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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 5 ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. All your insurance needs looked after THONE 328-7748 WESTMINSTER MALL LT PHILIP NOLAN RECEIVES A SWORD FOR BRAVERY AT SEA Reliable Carpet Care STEAM CLEANING 327-4493 Membvr of Albtrta Rug Cleanara Aaaociatlon with over 7 yeart Stringam Property Sales Ltd. __________543-13th St. S. Woody Stringim Phone 328-6161 PTUItVMt or 328-9617 3 BEDROOM See this nice family home excellent location to schools and shopping centre new garage Available December 1 1974 9'.% mortgage PI T payments S236 00 per month For A Square Run Sonomrttldl Salts See Us! Don Johnson Sales (NMson Hoims) Classic tale of the sea reflects timeless concern In a year when "pardon" is in the news and U S draft resistors are surfac- ing from an "underground" existence that has separated them from family, friends even country, the repeat of the television adaptation of Edward Everett Hate's The Man Without a Country takes on a new perspective First presented in April 1973, the 90 minute program will be aired again Dec 6 on ABC-TV Eastman Kodak Company, sole sponsor of the first showing, will be half spon- sor of the repeat presen- tation Lt Philip Nolan, played by Cliff Robertson in the Norman Rosemont produc- tion, inadvertently sentences himself before an Army court martial by shouting, "Damn the United States' I wish I may never hear of the United States again'" He subse- quently serves a life sentence 56 years of exile at sea "Nolan's story, thanks largely to Robertson's warm, sympathetic perfor- mance, evokes deeply am- bivalent emotions that make the film wrote Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times, after the first showing "What makes the story get to us suggested UPI's Rick Du Brow, "what makes it timely and timeless, is the sym- pathetic understanding of how a man can be overly punished for a brash and youthful mistake and yet maintain his honor within himself and with those around him, by continuing to love and not grow bitter Variety commended director Delbert Mann "for handling the patriotic theme with considerable restraint so that the irony of the tale made its own point without being over- done Hale, a Unitarian minister, wrote his 36-page short story in 1863 because he was troubled by the Civil War and the dissen- sion that was tearing his country apart He wove real names, places and events so carefully into his fiction that many believe The Man Without a Country is a true story Actually, the haunting tale was triggered by a remark made by an Ohio THE FINEST IN CHINESE FOOD WESTERN MEALS LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS Open Daily 8am. to 8 p m. 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Phone 327-7511 politician, Clement L Valladingham, who said he did not want to live in a country governed by the party of Abraham Lincoln Faithful to the original, the television adaptation was filmed entirely on location at Mystic, Conn Newport, R I, and Fort Niagara, N Y The a replica of a frigate based in Newport, and the "Charles W a wooden whaler in Mystic, served as the succession of ships carry- ing Nolan Cmematographer Andrew Laszlo, used color negative film, forced processing, and natural lighting to preserve the atmosphere in ships' holds and on deck Noted actor to perform in powerful Miller play Christopher Plummer, the Toronto born actor with an impressive inter- national reputation for his roles on stage and screen, makes a rare appearance on Canadian television next month in the world film premiere of an Arthur Miller play Plummer, with co star Faye Dunaway, will be seen on the CBC national television network Dec 9, m Miller's controversial work, After the Fall One of Miller's finest plays it continues to raise considerable speculation about characters in the play who bear a striking resemblance to people in Miller's own life notably Marilyn Monroe Quentin the leading character, played by Plummer, is reputed to be Miller himself, and Maggie (Faye Dunaway) has oeen likened to Monroe The autobiographical speculation adds further interest to the television debut of a play which is one of the most moving dramas of our time The action focuses on a chain of flashbacks in the life of Quentin His visit to an Austrian concentration camp, the women in his life, the witch-hunting fanatics of the McCarthy era, all pass across the screen in a kaleidoscope of high drama These events, says playwright Miller, are etched in Quentm's mind "like rocks deposited by a receding glacier The world premiere is being sponsored on the CBC network by MacMillan Bloedel PHOTOGRAPHY Family or Ind-vidual Portrait Package You get... x 10 and x 5 Photos.all in color yours to Keep, All For Only Make your appointment now 416-13 Street North ohone 327-7449 MEMBER ma mm Fill 175I 26 INCH Solid State Colour Console 100% solid-state circuitry with Trimatic Automatic Tuning System Locks in fine tuning and Fine tuning and tone control AGO control and automatic degaussing Giant screen in compact console cabinet Mediterranean style in Walnut finished cabinet x x 728 each DEPARTMENT College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9-30 a m. to 6 00 p m and Friday 9-30 am to 9-0 p m Saturday 9-00 a.m to 6 00 p m. 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