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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGf 4----------------------------- Folk-rock star Paul Horn's guest Folk-rock star Valdy, is shar- ing the stage with Paul Horn on the "Paul Horn tele- casting Wednesday, June 13 at p.m. on the CTV Televi- sion Network. His name may be short but he has one of the longest lists of credits possible. Valdy has been playing the nightclub and college circuit for the past year, receiving rave reviews and packing them in for his performances. His excellent musical abilities were recognized and praised by critics, after he appeared in performance with the Edmon- ton Symphony Orchestra. They're, always working on their scripts One, big enthusiastic Writing award from Arthritis Foundation David Moessinger, who wrote and directed the "Mar- cus Welby, M.D." episode "Ja- son Be Nible, Jason Be has been awarded a special citation for outstanding writing in network television entertain- ment by The Arthritis Founda- tion. The special citation was voted by the judges of the 17th Annual Russell L. Cecil Writ- ing Awards contest. The con- test was established in 1936 to honor the late pioneer rheuma- tologist, Dr. Russell L. Cecil, and presents annual awards for outstanding writing about ar- thritis in newspapers, maga- zines and broadcasting'. IT'S UP TO YOU Host Alai Miner, welcomes con- testants to new Friday af- ternoon stow that takes a peck and sometimes a poke at consumerism with an In- formative and entertaining format. Comedian Marvin Coldhar and actress Julie Atncto assbt acting sketches and skits with con- testants. Tone in to Channel 13 at p.m. CHINESE FOOD WESTERN MEAIS LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS: Open Doily 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed on Sundays and Holidays! 612 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-7511 THE CLUB: Only hard-working giing ho actors aeetl apply. By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD Whether or not becomes a big hit is still in the lap of the rat- ings but it already occupies a unique spot in TV history. I doubt that any previous television show has a cast with as much enthusiasm as this one. A visit to the set is enough to substantiate that claim. Just look around, on the soundstage at Fox, and what do you see? All the cast between shots is working on the script. With other shows the cast members are off, reading or knitting or doing crossword puzzles. Not here. In one corner of the stage, Alan Alda and Loretta Swit are running over the lines. There's another huddle between Larry Linville and Wayne Rogers. And a third with Gary Burghof f and McLean Stevenson. Alda says the cast is so en- thusiastic that they often re- hearse on their own for hours after the day's shooting is wrapped up. Th-sy have even Pig and Whistle in sixth season The Pig and Whistle returns for its sixth season this fall on CFTO-TV, with Kay Turner, John Hewer and the Carlelon Show Band. But he gets it! Wynn Irwiii, one of the stars of NBC-TV's new fall comedy series, "Lotsa says that he gets mail addressed to Win Erwin, Wyn Erwyn or Wynn Nerwin. Monday, June 11 Movie: Courageous g Another World Let's Make a Deal Q) General Hospital 0 Hollywood's Talking ID One Life to Live O Klara's Korncr fD Days of Our ives Q Galloping Gourmet 0 Secret Storm Joan Waterfield 0 Mike Douglas IB Somerset ID Dinah's Place ID Three On A Match Another World _ Take 30 Dating Game CB What's the Good Word O Edge of Night (D Split Second 0 Joker's Wild O Family Court IS Anything You Can Do Of Bewitched CD Buckshot In 0 News C9 Star Trek Hollywood Squares 0 News ID Password 0 News 0 Get Smart 01 TV-5 Newi (g) News m 0 Baseball (7) News Q) Truth or ConsequencM O Outdoor Living IB Beat the Clock ID The Rookies IE) Doris Day O Wildlife Unlimited QD O Going Places Q Partridge Family QJ Sanford and Son ID Movie: TBA O Cannon Medical Centre 0 Here's Lucy CD Pig 'n Whistle 0 Doris Day Q This is the Law Q V.I.P. ID News Q News t0 Ironside 0 Tonight Show Q What on Earth fD Movie: Welcome Home Johnny Bristol ;7) (0 News J0 News CJOC News Q Crossfire fB Merv Griffin O David Frost been known to get together at somebody's house, over the weekend to rehearse some more. This Is unheard of hi televi- sion. Generally TV show casts have the of a sleepy sloth. Alda attributes the experience to two factors one, they're all stage- trained actors and, two, they all love the show. This enthusiasm has taken a curious twist. Many of them are trying to write show epi- sodes. Stevenson and Alda al- ready have and Burghoff is working on a script. He was writing his, in longhand, when he wasn't rehearsing. All this doesn't preclude the usual on-set fun and games, however. A Hollywood set without pranks would be like a hamburger without meat. On the set, for example, it's interesting to read the actors' chairs. Gen- erally on the back of a canvas chair is the actor's name. Here, however, tihcre is more, Burghoff's chair reads: "DANGER! This chair was last used in San Quentin. Sit in it and get the shock of your And Stevenson's says: "If your name isn't McLean Stevenson, you're sitting on him." There is also a sign posted on the operating room This is a permanent set, roped off because it wasn't in use. The set designer didn't wort any- one moving things around, however, and had pwted this sign on the ropes: "Keep away. This is pro- tected by a gypsy The script they were shoot- ing was the one Alan Alda had written, Of all the oi-tors on (lie show, Alda had the repute lion of being the toughest on writers. He's the oeie who al- ways questions words and asks for rewrites. time, however, Ifa? script was on the other foot. As the writer Tie was defending his words. At one point <5irector Bill Wiard decided to ctiange one of the lines. "Do you mind, Wiard asked him. "No, said AMa. "I don't tlank I mind." But you could tell he did, at least a Jittlc bit The soundsfeige at Fox where they shoot has one intriguing feature. The set is the hospi- tal compound, seven or edght tents, trees on a plnin dirt floor. But the dirt floor isn't a dirt floor at all. It's rub- ber, molded to look like dirt. "This could be a very popu- lar floor of the crew said. "Think how it would go over with they could have wall-to-wall dirt." MONDAY to FRIDAY 12 NOON TO P.M. BUSINESSNESS SMORGASBORD LUNCHEON Featuring HOT ROAST BEEF WIO u s PAI on HOLIDAY VILLAGE And other hot and cold dishes a great variety of salads. PER PERSON BEVERAGE INCLUDED 2.50 NOW APPEARING IN THE PUB TAVERN 'WYNNE HANSON" Guitar Vocalist ;