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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June 20, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOI HfRALO 37 1950s nostalgia reaches screen By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELES (AP) The 1950s nostalgia has reached the movies with a film that com- bines the McCarthy hearings and the Checkers speech with the music of Chuck Berry and other early rock stars. Bob Abel and Six Levin are co-directors: of Let the Good Times Roll, which Columbia Pictures is showing in New York for the first time this week. Both are experts at a new trend in films: depicting an era through its nvisic. "The success of Woodstock helped a great said Abel, a documentary veteran. "It showed how popular music can be used not only for entertain- ment, but as a social record.' Abel and Levin first created Mad Dogs and Englishmen, an account of rock star Joe Cocker's tour through the United States. It cost and returned million. Next came Elvis on Tour, a study of Presley in motion Filmed at a cost of it is expected to gross between million and million. Let The Good Times Roll is the most ambitious project of Cinema Associates, a partner- ship of Abel and producer Pierre Abidge. LEARNED FROM MUSIC "There is a great revival of Interest in the said Le- vin. "Not only is there nostalgia for the rock 'n' roll sound; it had a direct influence on the kind of music that is heard to- day. John Lennon, the Rolling Stones and others of today's stars admit that their music owes a great deal to figures of their youth like Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley.' The film-makers photo- SIMPSONS GASOLINE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE 9 Regular 47 Gallon Premium p K3 Gallon Use Your Simpsons-Sears Charge graphed two concerts of rock 'n roll stars playing their hits of the past. By use cf multi-im- age screen, the concert footage is combined with glimpses of the U.S. in the 1950s. "We have television shots of all the major figures of the e r Truman, Stalin, Khrushchev, Richard Nixon in a priceless bit from the Checkers said Abel. "We also show kinescopes of television dancing cigarette boxes, Dinah Shore's kiss, Guy Madison shooting at the camera." All this is prime nostalgia for anyone over 35. But they rarely go to the movies; it's the 17-35 crowd that supports the film in- dustry. That doesn't worry Abel and Levin. "The younger crowd will find in the music the roots of what they enjoy Levin said. Telesat operation 6a success' EDMONTON (CP) Telesat Canada operations that began last January have achievec "remarkable Ron Turta, vice-president for fi- nance, told the annual meeting of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta at the weekend. Mr. Turta outlined the devel- Day of rest idea promoted TORONTO (CP) The On- tario government is planning legislation to restrict the oper- ation of retail stores on Sun- days, says Justice Minister George Kerr. Mr. Kerr said in an interview yesterday that he will introduce a policy paper this fall, followed by legislation which will "try to promote the idea of a Pause apart from the reli- gious aspects." "We want to stop the ten- lency towards the seventh day being like any other he said. Mr. Kerr said the provincial government now is attempting :o decide what exemptions would be allowed and who should enforce the new law. opment of communications sat- ellites in Canada and was en- thusiastic about telesat selling services to several American companies. "At least two U.S. entities will be buying services from Telesat until they have been able to establish their own sys- tems and so we have a signi- ficant export an export that was not envisaged at the time Telesat was 'conceived." 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