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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Great novelist portrayed in docturtp.ntary Dickens: the wilier and the man The great 19th century Eng- lish novelist, .Charles Dickens, is brought into focus in a 90-min- utc drama documentary Cor telecast on CBC-TV, Monday, Nov. 20, at p.m. The Hero Of My Life, from Thames Television in Britain, was shot on location in many of the places Dickens knew and wrote about, including the Dick- ensian backstreels and byways of Old London. Michael Jayston portrays Dickens, and "ages" in the process from middle twenties to late fifties. The film special illustrates the life and work of "the greatest novelist in the English lan- whose novels brought about sweeping sccial reform The Hero Of My Life illumi- nates its subject on three inter- connected levels: his public image, his private life, and the reflection of his own life in his writing. It is an intimate and refreshing portrait, revealing many aspects of Dickens' col- orful life previously known only to experts. Thames Television made the film in 1970, to mark the centenary of Charles Dickens' death. The program traces the man's dramatic rirc from rags to riches. At 12, the boy Dick- ens was slicking labels on bot- tles in a factory, because his father was bankrupt. At 25, he was the most popular novelist in London. His sense of neglect and degradation as he wandered the streets of London as a child laborer stayed with him all his life, and provided the recurring 25 million records! The Jackson 5, the popular singing group, has sold nearly 25 million records in the last three years. You'll find our storage fa- cilities the most modern in lawn, and our rates the most reciio-table. We'll be glad to give free packing and storing your belongings CALL McLEAN MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agenl" 640 6th St. S. Two Phone For Your Convenience 327-2097 328-0611 themes of his novels. He kept his experiences secret, even from his family, but the autobi- ographical facts that he needed to tell came out in Oliver Twist, David Coppsrfield, and Great Expectations. It gave him understanding and sympathy for Uie exploited, the poor and the underprivileged, and led him into a life-long campaign for social reform. Dickens' biography is also the story of a search for the ideal woman. His first passion (at 20) ended in rejection, and he married Catherine Hogarth on the rebound, immediately fall- ing in love with her 16-year-old sister Mary. Mary died a year later and Dickens never recov- ered from the blow He rcincar- nalcd her as "liMle Noll" in The Old Curiosily Shop and ideal- ized clii'd like heroines i n many of his novels. At 46, Dickons bet-amp attach- ed lo an IB-ycar-olil actress, Ellen Tcrnan, and a scandal ensued. Dickers printed a pub- lic rejection of his wife, and set up two homes, cne for Ellen and himself but she was not to live up lo Dickens' ideal, and Ellen reappears in Great Ex- pectnlJnns as Estclla, the cold- hearted girl who breaks Pip's heart, Michal Jayrron (Dickens') is a stage actor v.ho has played a number of classical roles with the Royal Shakespeare C o m- pany, Stratford On Avon, and who appeared on Broadway in the Royal Shakespeare Com- pany's production of The Home- coming, by Harold Pinter. Jay- ston has also done some film work, in Cromwell and A Mid- summer Night's Dream, as well as roles on British televi- sion. The 33-year-old actor began his working life as a bookkeeper and accountant be- fore switching to the theatre. -----------------------------P'-GE 7 SAVE CHINATOWN VICTORIA (CP) Victoria's Chinatown is a. "blighted neigh- borhood'' that is worth saving for historical and commercial reasons, a University of Victo- ria geographer told a confer- ence here. The geographer. Dr. David Lai, said that of the 28 China'ov.TS in North in 1940. only 16 remained- in 1369 because of urban renewal. Al- though Victoria's Chinatown isn't threatened now by any im- mediate urban renewal plans "it's run down and can't be left much he said. Friday, November 24 I I 8.30 Q Truth or Consoqu3nccs (E) Movie: The House That Would Not Die Ano'.hcr World Q) General Hospital Q Secret Storm Q Klara's Korncr One Life to Live 0 .Ike Douglas Q Hollywood Squares (D Our Lives Q Ed Allen Show (0 Somerset Q) Dinah's Place (50 Take 30 Q) Three on a Match Q) Another World (B What's the Good Word O Edge ot Night Q Family Affair ff) Dating Game g Galoping Goumiet Anything You Can Do O Joker's Wild Q} Split Second (73 Drop In AU My Children Star Trek O Let's Make a Deal Let's Make a Deal Doris Day 5D News Q Dick Van Dyke (O News Q Movie: A Fine Madness (Q News Q) Streets of San Francisco ff) Truth or Consequences AH in the Family The Brady Bunch Movie: TBA Movie: hive a Little. Love a Lit Lie Partridge Family Sonny and Cher MASH d Room 222 Q All In The Family (D Odd Couple t0 Movie: Lieuler.ant Schuster's Wife (JJ Love American Stylo 0 Mission Impossible Q Tommy HiuKer O FBI O News (JD News Q Dean Martin JfJ Tonight Show (Q Movie: The Poppy is Also a Flower fH News ff) News (7) CJOC News O Crossfire (B Movie: Interlude f3 Movie: Bonnie and Clyde I.D.A. "PENNY PINCHER" 5ALE NOV. 2O-25 LOVE PAfTTY HOSE 3 pairs for Sl.OO TOOTHBRUSHES (Reg. 59e eoch) 2 for 59C BARY PUNNY POPYCOCK 1.69 1.39 "The People's Drug Slcre" 418 13lh Si. N. Ph. 327-3445 Op-n Mon. thru Sat. 9 to 9 Sundays and Ho'icldys 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. RON'S 'An Eslab'ishmenf Of Good Taste' RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday ihru a.m. to 1 lOO a Fri. and a.m. to a.m.; Sun. and Holidays a.m. to p.m. Phone 328-5666. 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