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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 8 Drama-documentary on playwright HOMEOWNERS! CASH for any purpose 1st, 2nd, 3rd MORTGAGES LOANS MADE ON AGREEMENTS FOR SALE BORROW $1500.00 TO $50,000.00 OR MORE Tennessee Williams9 Smith During the filming of Tennessee Williams' South, a 90-minute special on the famous American playwright and his work, for telecast on CBC-TV, Monday, March 26, at 8:30 p.m., Williams (left) is photographed in conversation with the film-maker, Harry Rasky. Williams agreed to let Rasky do the film about his life and work after seeing The Wit and World of G. Bernard Shaw, Rasky's recent film seen on CBC-TV last fall. Color film footage shot by CBC cameramen Kenneth W. Gregg and Ed Long visualizes the American South, with its pastoral beauty and quaint street scenes, as a backdrop for Tennessee Williams' South, Harry Rasky's 90-minute drama-documentary to be telecast Monday, March 26, at 8:30 p.m. It is the fourth of five specials sponsored by Shell Canadc. limited on CBC-TV this season. Williams, thought by seme to be the greatest living playwright in the Western world, has used the American South as a canvas for most of his theatrical works. Yet even he finds the Sctrth eludes description, and in the film admits he has been "working at it for a long time." 'Sometimes, I think my South Is mostly right in here," he muses, tapping his head. In the 90-minute Film, some of his famous and lesser-known i (characters are brought alive in i excerpts from his plays, enact-' ed by a number of international s t a r s. In order of appearance: Burl Ives. Colleen Dew-hurst, John Colicos. William Hutt, Jessica Tandy, Michael York, and Maureen Stapleton. They are assisted by Carol Milliard, James Naughton and Francisco Castillo. Williams also recites his own poetry in the 90-minute film special, and at the end of the film reads the opening monologue of his latest play. Out Cry, which recently went to Broadway. Harry Rasky, who has been working on Tennessee Williams' South for a year, attended the opening of Out Cry, feeling so involved with the play- Stars reunited Two "Star Trek" stars are reunited on the set of Questor. part of a program development project filming at Universal for NBC-TV. Walter Koenig and Majel Barrett, both crew members of the USS Enterprise, play an administrative assistant and  doctor, respectively, in this World Premiere science-fiction movie, created by Gene Rod-deoberry, who guided "Star Trek" for its three-year run on NBC wright and his work that "I felt it was my play." Tennessee Williams' South was filmed in New Orleans (where the playwright wrote his early works) and Key West, Florida, (there he now lives'), as well as in various other locations in the South. NORMAN J. GIESBRECHT for 1. Spring Renovations 2. Major purchases 3. Consolidation of debts 4. Vacations 5. Any worthwhile purpose We come to you, loans are made confidentially in the privacy of your home. Call our office today at 327-2181, evenings and weekends 328-0005 or clip out and forward for further information: rNa~-----1 & A j^Jreess I midtown mortgage & loans ltd. |o*7.!!Z!!!"!!!!!'.| 1265 ^.A^fe^UE S. , pov iLETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA T1J 0K2 1 Phone .................. <*t* ~r \_______I ;