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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "The Double 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A complex spy thriller with Yul Brynner as a CIA agent in- vestigating his son's death in the Austrian Alps. COMEDY: Sonny anil Cher, p.m., Ch. 13. Ken Berry and the New Seekers are the guests with a musical finale about vaudeville at the turn of the century. COMEDY: All In The Family, p.m., Ch. 7. The con- clusion of a two part flashback story as the Bunkers get ready for Mike and Gloria's wedding. CRIME DRAMA: MacMillan and Wife, p.m., Ch. 13. The new Cop of the Year is Sergeant Enright but he's just been booked for murdering his ex-wife. SPECIAL: Anne Murray, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Glen Campbell and Canadian singer R. G. Brown join Anne for an all- music hour. MOVIE DRAMA: 12 midnight, Ch. 7. An adap- tation of Arthur Hailey's novel about life at a plush New Orleans hotel. MOVIE COMEDY: "Come Blow Your 12 mid- night, Ch. 13. Kid brother of a playboy adapts easily to the swinging life and keeps up the family tradition when the older brother settles down. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Sanla Claus Parade, a.m., Cli. 7. The 63th annual parade from downtown Toronto on CBC-TV. The CTV Network coverage will begin at 10 a.m. on Ch. '13. SPORT: Pro Foolball, 12 noon, Ch. 13. First game of the Eastern Conference final between Hamilton Tiger-Cais and the Rough Eiders at Ottawa. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings ore lilted by the radio and television itationt. Any variation in program ichedulfl ii due to latl- minute chongei by the itationi and ii not the respon- tibility of the Herald or Anglo Diitributon Slereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morlsy WcGIII and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Dow Farm News; Music Wo Remember Sunday Morn Trigs. FRIDAY NIGHT Paul Tessier SATURDAY Dave King CHEC-FM Buryl Clark Jack NeuTtld CJOG ir News wlrh Bill Skelton, Rad Whltl, Bill Malhescn; Sport Brent Swly Dor Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY NIGHY world at John Walker Request Lire John Charlts News Jack Thys Johnny walker Soccer Resulls Johnny Walker CHEC FM Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MON, THRU SAT. Consicl Don Hedman Don MacMesler Don MacMasler Sign Off Concerts (Bob CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Five NIghls a Week Notice Board Atlantic Symphony R'9ht _or Jazz Canadians FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News News World al Six As It Happens The Enlerlainors News, Spori, Wlhr. opener From the Cepilals Morning Concert This Country _ Our Native Land FutSe9 Western College Musical Program The Scene e-.io Identities SATURDAY See it it's New at ANGLO NEW CF 400A SONY MU1TI FEATURE RADIO-CASSETTE- RECORDER COMBINATION Automatic shut-off stopi of end of cossellc; buit- i in eleclrel condenser microphone; 3 digit Uc recording level con- Irol; AFC Jwilch; 1.5 woll oulput. AC cord, boHeries, carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Centet 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY IL-JO CJOC News Lers Make g Deal crossllre CJOC News Movie: Holol tAfn SATURDAY All in Ihe Family 7 .15 Splderrnfln 9.00 Anne Murray Sp. Flinlslonc Hour Doan Marti News (C) Gcorqc of the Jungle Atlantic College Bowl 3-30 Wrcsllinn Safety Round-Uo Santa Clous Parade Buqs Bunn LirJsville NHL Hockey CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cphlevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Dons Day (c) News ici Movin' On Swiny find CRT Mystery Movie FBI Nowi Newi SATURDAY Thnunhl for Day Prorcisrr Kilicl ion fat Flinlslcncs Where's Huddles House of Frlgnl- (c) WOTlq 01 Movie: Conic Blow Santa Claus Pnrado News (c) PupDCt People Professor Klticl CFL Pre-Gama Show cn. 2.-.W CanrwilMll Mr- Chios 3.30 Sporls DlgCil Pendulum (c) World of Sportl KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY JclSons Newi News (c) I Dick Van Dykn All Movie TRA CGT cUdSB 7-00 Amailnci Chan Scooiiy Doo Pussycais ily riinhlDnei 10.00 Archies Tal Albert Mission Impossiiblo Duns Bunny News (c) Salirlnn Tonight Show Underdog Pink Panther Hound Cflls Roman Holidays Berkleys .1.00 Srfl'flb Around Ihe World LASSle (c) News Hoc Emergency KFBB-TV Groat Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY Password News (c) News Truln or Brflriy Qunrh r-nmlly The Hands o( Ne.... Movie: Vnlley of Ihe Gwflngl SATURDAY Now.i M. R. Pofniluf Jncksnn 5 Tho Osmonds Movin: Glclqpl Mnkr-, n Wrong Connoamn 8 nrntiy Klrll 9. DO Bewllched Kid Power (c) Funky Phanioni Lldsvllla Morikeci NCAA Wide World of Sporls Rookies Pflrlridui Family A.00 NCAA Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E visiting Ihe church when a sing le line in the play, "I eve went lo Ihe priest" capsule the emotional tension. Also, Isaac Stern's playin, is magnificent but is hardly simple tune scraped out" b the Fiddler, and the nighlmar scene is robbed of ils humo and. becomes "Nighl Gallery in effect. But however weighted by pro dueta, Fiddler on the Roof i a glorious movie filled with lov and music, and the spontaneous eruption of applause at its con elusion proved that its audienc saw far beyond "shadows on a screen" and Jewison's fonci pas Uche lo Ihe soul of a people. TOPOL: The Israeli aclor be gan his career as a barrack clown in his country's army He became such a success am his performances such a mor ale factor that he was ordered by Ihe brass to become an act or! Born in 1935, he became the Tevye of the London production of Fiddler, and was seen steal ing the movie from the always expert David Niven in Befon Winter Comes. CHEERS: A search for re- views of Bill Fruel's Wedding in While had been imsuccess ful until this month's Macleans hit the stands. Director-Grit! John Holsess has pulled out al stops in praising this Canadian Film Festival winner. Sonv quotes "Bill Fruel ha the superbly right talents for probing how and why people limit the care and craftsmanship tlia went into this film is unstinl When you sec a film like Weddirg in Wm'le, you realize what shallow, pointless entertainment we usually ge at Ihe movies." Now, can not gel a gala showing of wha Hoffscss calls the best Canadian movie I've seen this year" here in Bill Fruet's hometown? NIGHTCOMERS: The Mich- ael Winner production slippec in and out of the local cinema wfore you could say Henry James. Which is too bad. It is much better Marlon Brando :han has been seen for some time. Brando has a bad time with accents, but leaping over 'quaint" Quint he delivers a marvellously subtle perform- ance that permits a "begorrali Jie man's a great actor." He s at the centre of what Is honest approach to the mystery of "The Turn of the Screw, LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th Sf. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT HIS, HERS and MINE NEW YEARS FROLIC TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE Members and their invited guests fllBffiTfl MUMS MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS'' In Technicolor. Starring Angela David Toinlinson and Hoddy McDowell. Friday and Saturday, November 17 and 10. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's "NOW YOU SEL5 Hill, NOW YOU DON'T" In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russell, Cesar Komcro and Joe Flynn. Friday and Saturday, November 17 and 18. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday dt p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Wall Disney's "BEDKNOBS AND BROOMSTICKS" In Technicolor. Starring Angela Lansbury, David Tomlinson and Roddy McDmvnll. Friday and Novcmbcr 17 and 18, Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2.00 p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "DUCK YOU SUCKER" or "FISTFUL OF DYNAMlTli1' In color. Starring Hod Slci'ecr and Jnmcs Coburn. Friday and Saturday, November 17 and 18. Friday shows al and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Saturday afternoon at p.m. "TARZAN GOES TO INDIA" In color. Starring .lock Mahoney. Family. All seals.We. ;Col. Klink' conducts orchestra DETROIT CAP) Werner Klemperer, best known for his role as the bumbling Colonel Klink in the television series Logan's Heroes, conducted the Detroit Symphony and received cries of "bravo" from the musi- cians for his efforts. Klemperer, son of German conductor Otto Klemperer, was invited to wield the baton by symphony conductor Siiten Stirling after the actor showed up at a rehearsal with a ecore. Klemperer is appearing as Uncle Mai !n a Detroit produc- tion of The Sound of Music. One observer said Klemperer was "obviously a very (erloul student of music." He led the orchestra through part of the irst movement of Cesar Franck's Symphony in D Minor. Christmas mass at rail site VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul will say his Christmas midnight mass before workers it a big railway construction ite 25 miles north of Borne, the Vatican announced Wednesday, stmas Eve this year falls a Sunday. The construction sile Is near he town of Sant'Cresle on a cw rail line being built be- ween Rome and Florence. During his nine years as pon- iff, Pope Paid has twice left he Vatican lo say Christmas Eve mass away from Rome. He said mass in the Florence lathcdral in 1966 as a sign of olidarity for the Renaissance ity which had suffered a dis- strous flood months ear- ier. In 1968, Pope Paul flew to Ta- anto in southern Italy and said mass for workers and their amilies near the blast furances the local steel works. The Ten Worst Things Ahout a Man and Cleve Haubold's Big Black Box. A sell-out audience would encourage and at a buck for adults, 50 cents [or students and senior citizens, how can you lose? One problem is trans- portation to the College. Buses anyone? MOVIES: On television that is. Listings of Hitchcock's (1935) The 39 Steps, With Rob- ert Donat and Orson Welles' Magnificent Ambersons on channel's not available here make the teeth water but you'll do alright with a re-run of Brian's Song (Sonny Patton vith George C. Scott at his best, The Anderson Tapes and A Fine Madness, both with Sean Connery, Life With Father (remember Irene Dunne and William and Arthur Penn's Bonnie and Clyde. All are better viewing than. the comedy stinkers, the series and specials that are making this a bad, bad television season. If you feel that movies ol late have been marred by a certain meanness of spirit, take joyfui flight to Fiddler on the Hoof. The world may indeed have shrunk to the size of the human heart but if the heart is that of Sholom Aleichem's Tcvye then it would seem that man has the mystery of life within his grasp. And Tevye as interpreted by Chaim Topol is the very im- age of the Jewish father whose humble clothes are no reflec- tion of poverty of spirit; a performance that is far remov- ed from the brashness of Zero Mostel, much closer to that of Jack Warburton of the local L.M.T. production. Topol offers an enchanting combination of warmth and au- thority, a man with a fiddler on the roof to carry his eyes and heart to heaven, to a God of strength and compassion, not above a wry but testing joke on this most humble of His creatures. The three elder daughters of his .brood of five, Tzeitel, Hodel and Chava, are charming but it is Tzeitel who emerges most strongly. The face is not particularly pretty but tile radi- ance that sufluses it when Tevye agrees that she may marry her Motel is heart break- ingly beautiful. And Leonard Prey's Motel, shy and diffident, growing to the point where Tevye ex- claims, "But this Motel is a man." capering in delight to "Miracle of Miracles" is worth the price of admission. In transferring this great mu- sical to the screen director Norman Jewison has both suc- cess and failure. The tiny world of Analevka sprawls across the screen and its inhabitants (the Rabbi, his son, the bookseller, are robbed of the character defini- tion so telling in the stage production. Mam victim Is the delicious Molly Picon (Yente) and it seems unexplainable that her parting from Golde would be cut. The scene conceives that the grandchildren of Tevye and Golde will be the GI's who will 'ight in the second World War, hat the children of Tzeitel, Chava and Hodel may be wiped out in ghetto, pogrom or the gas ovens of Belsen, but Yente the matchmaker will go to the Promised Land and will match- make for the "Sabras" to come, for "Tradition." We are given no hint of this yet we are allowed to see Golde Quint the complex man before the evil shadow. The film is slashed by dreadful editing an a disastrous screenplay, bu Winner and Brando work well together that one may hope there will be real greatness In future association. TIIEATHE CALGARY: At tentlon school superinlendants teachers, principals and stuc ents T.C.'s Children's Tourin Company will hit junior higl schools January, February 1973 with a specially commis- sioned play by Claudia Gibson AH you supply is a maximu: audience of 250, the gym fo one hour, room for the actors to change. The cost? About School drama programs at th junior high level, are tough sledding for teachers and stu dents; bringing in a company like this could mean a rea breakthrough. And there's a bonus: a workshop after the performance for 70-80 students Better book the company cow THE HARLEQUINS. The newest group in town, the drama club at the Community College. Director Betty Soren sen was disappointed when ur able to cast Ten Little Indians but has rallied magnificantly and will present a three nigh run, November 30, Decembe 1 and 2 titled Comedy Tonight Offered will be Beckett's Ac Without Words, Jean (Please Don't Eat The Daisies) KBIT'S Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday "Fiddler on the Roof" One Complete Show Family Saturday Special Matinee------ "Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny" One Complete Show Family "Fiddler on the Hoof" two Complete Shows Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday "Funny Girl" Two Complete Shows Family COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "They Call Me Trinity" Last Complete Sow Adult Special Saturday Matinee "Santa and the fee Cream Bunny" Two Complete Shows Family Friday, November 17, 1972 THE LETHBRIDG! HtRMD Taylor film ban remains CAIRO (AP) Because ac- tress Elizabeth Taylor refuses to give the Arabs million to match her contributions lo Israel, her films will contin- ue to be banned officially by the 18-nation Arab League, it was reported. The ban on her wu Im- posed because of her assistance and donations lo Israel. She Is reported to bivt ap- pealed against the ban last year, offering to act in sin Arab film or In support of the In THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL AZTEC LOUNGE PIANO and SONG STYIING by "BOBBY VAN" in the CABARET HULLABADIG A GO-GO THURSDAY, FRIDAY ft SATURDAY THURSDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Charge THE NEWLY RENOVATED GARDEN HOTEL TAVERN presents THE SOUTHERN COMFORTS THURS., FRI., SAT. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SAT., NOV. 18th P.M. Music by "RAYMOND CANADIANS" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME 9th Avenue and 6th Street North college cinema TONITE thru SUNDAY Joseph EXerint An Avco Embassy Film Call Me Trinity" paramount cinema TONIGHT and SATURDAY St. Bt 4th 327-5100 Brought Back by Popular Request GXUaAKTJRESH BARBRA OMAR STREISAND-SHARIF THEWIU1AMH NOTE 2 Shows Daily At onrf p.m. HHf paramount NOW SHOWING FINAL 6 DAYS St. BI 4th Art, South. DON'T MISS SEEING THIS GREAT FAMILY SHOW TiddlerontheRoof United Hrlistl WE'RE NOT FOOLING! WEDNESDAY IS THE LAST DAY SHOWS DAILY AT P.M. SPECIAL MATINEES SATURDAY AND WEDNESDAY AT P.M. college cinema 20A AM. Miyor Mtyith Dr, 3 SATURDAY at and p.m. SATURDAY and SUNDAY SUNDAY at p.m. only SHOWING SATURDAY ONLY AT THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE EARLY MORNING MATINEE DOORS OPEN II A.M.-SHOW AT A.M. SHOWING SAT. MATINEE ONIY AT ARMOND THEATRE-CRANBROOK ORPHEUM THEATRE-BLAIRMORE ROXY THEATRE-COLEMAN ;