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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST RURAL CIRCULATION The LetUbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KINGKOIN LAUNDERETTE Sewing Mending Dr> Cleaning Phone 328-8944 TV 3 Ave. 4 12 St. B. S, Open 24 Hours Attended Mon. thru Frl. FRIDAY, JUNE 7 ,1974 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. JUNE 8 TO FRIDAY, JUNE 14 Good life Doug Magrath Paul Bradley and Jayne Eastwood in a scene from the CTV Wednesday Night Movie, June 12, Goin' Down the Road. CBC offers publication service As an extension of its program services the CBC makes available through the media of print, LP recordings, and audiotapes, a wide range of significant material originally broadcast on CBC networks. Sale of audiotapes (on either reels or cassettes) is restricted to institutions for educational, non broadcast use only. Official purchase orders, inquiries, and catalogue requests regarding audiotapes should be sent to CBC Learning Systems, Toronto. The complete address for both CBC Publications and CBC Learning Systems is Box 500, Station A, Toronto, Ont. M5W 1E6 Ghost of Raymond Burr hovers over Mason set HOLLYWOOD The spectre of the old Perry Mason hovers over the set on the 20th Century-Fox lot where the New Perry Mason is being filmed. Raymond Burr has mov- ed on to other things. And now CBS has resurrected the Mason character, cast Monte Markham in the role and has its corporate fingers crossed. Maybe lightning can strike twice. They were shooting a courtroom scene. All the old characters were there Mason, Hamilton Burger, Delia Street, Sgt. Tragg with a whole new set of actors playing them. And yet, always, there seemed to be an unspoken comparison being made between the old show and the new, between the old characters and the new. Perhaps one of the reasons is that, accidentally or not, the crew numbers many men who worked on the old show Director Art Marks did many of the old ones. So did the cameraman, the make-up man, the wardrobe girl, some others. "This is an exciting ex- perience for Marks said. "But it's a new show. New sets and new actors. The only thing the same are the names of the characters. This is 1973, the other was in the '50s and "60s." This will deal with 73 situations. There is one show about ecology, for ex- ample, a word the old Perry Mason probably never heard of. This will make no bones about un- married people living together. The old Perry Mason would have been shocked. Monte Markham, unlike Raymond Burr, doesn't use cue cards to help them through his long courtroom speeches. He says he can't operate that way, that he can only act when he memorizes his lines com- pletely. He admits this makes it tough on him. Markham is one of those actors who has had several shots at TV series. For whatever reason, they've all failed. Yet he is always so good that everybody believes one day he will get together with the right property and be a smash. Maybe this is the time. Many people think so. The odds are heavily in favor of the show making it. Already long before the success-or-failure decision is in, he's in demand for other things. Even Magazine paged him to do a nude centrefold. "I said I Markham says, "if they let me wear a floor-length breech cloth." Like most of the new shows this season, The New Perry Mason was delayed by the writers' strike. To catch up, they'll have to shoot straight through, without a break. "I'm not looking forward to going until March without a Markham said. "It's tough, not only because of having to learn all those lines, but because of the mechanics It means no social life for the Markhams for a long time." (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) SPOTLIGHT Racing car fever Two young Puerto Ricans, Jose and Raul, have racing car fever. In order to afford a racing machine and do something about it, they run a 'nickel and dime' trucking firm that gives them more fun and trouble than they bargained for. Sunday, June 9 on CTV stations, Jose Perez and Raul Julia star in the title roles of the trucking entrepreneurs trying to build a racing car to carry them to glory. The film is titled. Aces UD' Crocodile people Over a thousand miles from the Atlantic in the uplands of the Niger River basin live a remote tribe called the Dogon, Here in one of the most inaccessible regions of the continent the Dogon live in villages sheltered and protected by enormous cliffs. June 23, CTV's Untamed World visits The Dogon examining their lifestyle. Film-maker signs John Hirsch, head of CBC-TV drama, has announced the appointment of award-winning film maker Julius Kohanyi as producer of the new Canadian Film Makers series, to be seen this coming fall-winter season in prime time (Fridays iji: at p.m.) on CBC-TV network. Mr Kohanyi, 37, has been an active film maker since his early twenties, and his films have been seen in iheatres, festivals and on television in many countries. Henry Moore, his film on the famous English sculptor, has won six international awards. Images, a current theatrical short, won three awards. Henry Moore and Rodin are among his many films telecast on CBC-TV, and he has also sold to networks in Scandinavian countries, Australia, and elsewhere. Golf analyst Canadian golf hall-of-famer, Stan Leonard, has been added to CBC's coverage team at this year's Canadian Open Golf Tournament. Canadian Open producer Bob Moir of Toronto says Leonard will join Canadian PGA tour advisor i George Clifton as an analyst and color commentator on the telecasts of the Mississauga 1 event, July 27 and 28. Clifton, who was captain of the Canadian PGA for three years and president of the Ontario branch for three years, will be working on his sixth Canadian Open. 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