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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 'War and Peace' filming problems were staggerin PAGE 7 Tolstoy's War and currently running Saturday nights on CBC-TV, presented a monumental handicap to the Russian film-makers. The phy- sical difficulty involved in transposing a giant of a novel into a giant of a movie was, at times, almost insurmountable. Yet, over a period of five years and at a cost of over one hun- dred million dollars the impos- sible was accomplished. The initial cost, the construc- tion of sets, the casting, the cos- tuming, even the gathering of props, set recoids that stagger the imagination. The physical direction of the army-sized cast had to be pie-planned and plot- ted in the manner of a full- scale war. At times, the direc- tor's office was likened to the Allied headquarters' pest af- ter D-Day. _Sergei Bondarchuk, directing his cameras fz-om a helicop- ter high above the action on the fields below, was faced with a variety of problems that even Napolean did not have in ordering his troops The simple logistics of war called for the French armies to advance against the Russians din-ing the Napoleonic campaign. In the case of War and Peace, Bondarchuk's army was called upon to advance, to retreat, to etand or fall in accordance for MOTHER'S DAY May 13th CARDS CHOCOLATES COSMETICS Cards Accepted! "The People's Drug Store" 418 13th Sr. N. Ph. 327-3445 Open Mon. thru Sat. 9 to 9 with a pre-determined script. To all this was added the necessity for interweaving one of the world's great love stor- ies into the action on the bat- tlefield, the personal direction of thirty of Russia's leading stage and screen stars, and the massive job of dubbing voices and background sounds into a variety of languages for world- wide distribution. Probably no film production in history has faced so many difficulties, and few have turn- ed out an end product of such magnificence, such overwhelm- ing proportions. The fourth episode of and Peace is scheduled for Saturday, May 12, starting at p m. on CBC-TV. Friday, May 18 O iljoul one- fourth I IIP time it nay take you. and ilo il boiler Wr use 10 different kinds of car- tons each di signed for a particu- lar job We know how to pack a box full, but not too full WP wrap articles to cushion r.icli ol'ier against lirpak.igu We; spa] each box against dust and dirt, t.ct nortliAmrnnn do llip foi Sav.p yourself for better thm.qs MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agents" 640 6th ST. S. Phone 327-3146 Founder oi Weight Is guest of Tommy Banks TORONTO Jean Nidetch, founder and president of Weight Watchers Internation- al, Inc. will be a guest on the Tommy Banks show which will be telecast on the CBC-TV National Network May 11. (This will be seen at p.m. on Saturday on Channel 7.) Mrs. Nidetch, who herself trimmed down from 214 to 142 pounds, will describe how more than fat men, women and teen-agers have been helped by the Weight Watchers Program since she founded her organization ten years ago. She will outline the pw-am, whose main thrust is to re-educate mem- bers in their eating habits, to teach them to eat sensi- bly, and to learn how to lose weight without suffering hun- ger and to keep the weight off. More than Weight Watchers classes, under the direction of Weight Watchers International, can be found across Canada each month. Long time radio singing star Dennis Day will be a guest on the same show am Mrs. Nidetch. 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY II! 4 DR. Green with black vinyl roof. 360, R. Cas- sette tope player. 9000 miles. 1971 VEGA 2 DOOR. HATCH BACK SEDAN Green, 4 cyl., 4 speed, low mileage. 1968 CHRYSLER 300 4 DOOR Blue, B, R Fully reconditioned. 1968 MONACO 4 DOOR SEDAN 318, P, S, R. 1965 FONTIAC 4 DOOR SEDAN Block, V'8, R. T971 DODGE POLARA 4 DOOR SEDAN Blue with white vinyl roof. 318, R, 1970 SUNBEAM ARROW 4 DOOR SEDAN Blue, 4 cyl., 1967 FORD CUSTOM 500 4 DOOR White, 6 cyl., 1967 p BONMIEVILLE 4 DR. Go'd, A T, P S, R. Air condition- ed. 1966 4 DOOR SEDAN Bronze, V, 0, A T, P S, P B, Highest Trade-In Allowances EVER CHRYSLER CREDIT FINANCING Open Evenings Till 9 p.m. Dependable USED CARS HI. CHRYSLER DfljffiE LTD. 3 Ave. and 11 St. South LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-9271 ;