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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOC 3 Canadians air their views Top military historian first guest on new series A military historian who re- veals how politicians tend to obstruct the writing of honest history, a novelist who tteclare" that beneath their surface blandness Canadians are ''The Blue Knigh? series to star William Holden HOLLYWOOD (NBC) Aca- demy Award-winning actor Wil- liam Holden will make Ms first major television dramatic ap- pearance as star of "The Blue the four-part "Mini- series" dramatization of the best-selling Joseph Wambaugh novel, to be colorcast next sea- son on the NBC Television Net- work, it was announced by Law- rence R. White, Vice President, Programs, NBC-TV. Holden will portray Bumper Morgan, a Los Angeles police- man nearing retirement. The story focuses on Morgan's last days on the force. "The Blue publish- ed in February, 1972, met with highly favorable critical re- sponse, and was on the New York Times best-seller list for 16 weeks. The Associated Press said the novel carves a real slice of life and praised Wambaugh's ability "to make characters and their mi- lieu thoroughly believable." Gil- bert Highet, writing for the Book-of-the-Month Club, called "The Blue Knight" a "solid novel." Author Wambaugh, himself a member of the Los Angeles Police Department, also auth- ored "The New which was on the New York Times best-seller list for 32 weeks following publication in January, 1971. That novel is the basis of the recently re- leased motion picture starring George C. Scott, one of the ma- jor bos-office successes of 1972 and early 1973. As recently announced, Wam- baugh will also serve as story consultant for the new NBC-TV series, "Police which premieres this fall. William Holden, who won an Academy Award as Best Actor of 1953 for his performance in "Stalag 'has been a major stage and screen star for more WILLIAM HOLDEN than three decades. His first mVtion picture was "Golden produced in 1939. He has appeared in such films as "Love Is a Many- Splendored "Born Yes- "Bridge on the River Executive "The World of Suzie Wong1' and "Sunset for which he received an Oscat nomination. mong the world's most color- id people, and a farm leader vho urges city folk to learn rom rural ways these are few of the noteworthy Ca- ladians who air their views nd share their memories on :BC-TV's new series called mpressions. The series of 11 half-hour :olor programs feature some of the country's more promi- nent people, including authors Robertson Davies and Mar- i-aret Atwood, literary critic Northrop Frye, Statistics Can- ada head Sylvia Ostry, theolo- gian philosopher George Grant and National Farmers Union president Roy Atkinson. Impressions will be telecast Sundays at p.m. on Chan- nel 7. It makes its debut on Sunday, July 1 with Col. C. P. Stacey, Canada's foremost mil- itary historian. Stacey is acknowledged to be Canada's foremost military his- iorian. Age 67, he is the author of about ten military vol- umes such as Canada's Battle in Normandy, The Canadian Army, 1939-45, and, his most recent, published in 1970, Arms Men and Government. Impressions' host inter- viewer is Prof. Ramsay Cook an author and historian him- self who currently teaches his- tory at Toronto's York Univer sity. Guest on the series' second program, which airs Sunday, July 8, is novelist Robertson Davies. He disputes the notion that Canadians are a dull, col- orless people. The author of Fifth Business, Davies also pokes away at the book re- viewers because, as he puts it, "nobody criticizes the cri- tics." WE ARE NOW FEATURING A SUNDAY FAMILY SMORGASBORD SERVED FROM TO P.M. 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