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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Harvey isn't a cold man Impulsive sharing marks actor Ckristtu Seiwce Dlscoverinf Laurence lUrvey Is like looking for a 6 86 brook nearly hidden under a winter blanket of only a glint of diver shows you it is. It is not that be is a coW man. Quite the opposite. We are having lunch In one of his favorite French Le and he Interrupts himself in had a very miserable time on that very... taste got to taste It. Super. And have a little of this 'fresh he sharinc his appetizer with this total stranger who has aimed a tape recorder at him. As we talk I begin to realize that the impulsive sharing is a small but characteristic gesture for a man who has carved out a film career play- ing quite another kind of role. Laurence Harvey often plays the dark the hand- saturnine like those in Room at the Butterfield 8 and A Dandy in Aspic. But there is a current in his character that catches the light from time to time a certain frost-bitten idealism there. Of bis roles he I love those dashing characters. There is no such thing as good or bad there are not black or white people they're all Nov. to Nov. 24th TA From Vegas Bonnie Dean and the Southern Belles At The INER'S 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Only i saturnine. day of Alan Ladd and those kinds of Boy Scout figures is has been fora very long time. The only ones that are interesting are the others. There hasn't been that much sentiment in the world to be sentimental And yet he in the man who has spent tborjands of dollars to rescue families trying toes- cape from Russia and who has donated even more thousands to that have never been to causes that never Born Larushka Skikne in he took his stage name from half of the London department store Harvey Nichols. But why did he leave Lithuania in the first like many peo- ple from Eastern Europe in the facing the rise of Hitler and the various pogroms going on. My father went to South Africa where the big news of the gold rush was the talk of the time I lived there till about the age of was educated in Graduating at still too young to go he joined a local drama society. I couldn't take it either the country cr the drams EO I ran away from home and joined the Army was still At the age most boys are learning to drive a car he was fighting for his serving with the South African Army in North Africa and Italy until World War II ended. Then it was a stint with the Army's entertainment the touring the Middle and playing to battalions of troops. After being mustered he used that Army grant to go to school in England the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. PARK PLAZA CABARET Sat. Featuring WE MAKE IT EASY AT Ttrestone Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 STORES M ll-OOJ-7 ONE GALLON ipt-H-OU I wd'honw A Wifl not ruvt of crock I Natalie Wood and Bob Wagner star in movie-of-week wife teamed for TV NEW YORK A Supreme Court justice has rul- ed that a book with some eyebrow raising quotations by Groucho Marx can go on sale despite the comedian's ob- jections. The 83-year-old actor claim- ed that The Marx Brothers Scrapbook contained overly frank remarks made by him about several well-known per- sonalities including Marilyn President Mxon and Charlie Chaplin. Justice Nathaniel in rejecting Groucho's request for an modern trend toward over-indulgence in free ex- combined with our loosely-worded obscenity have brought to modern literature a vocabulary once regarded as shocking Conn. A tempest is swirling around actor-director Paul Newman because of a magazine report quoting him as calling this city a depressing little The comment attributed to who lives in nearby appears in the current issue of Cosmopolitan magazine. an you're good. As a judge of no wrote the Bridgeport Post in an editorial. Radio station WICC broad- cast a commentary inviting Newman to a guided tour of the community's of Last year Newman filmed in Bridgeport' a movie called The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds. HOLLYWOOD Entertainer Martha Raye has received the Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding achievement in fostering the ideals of the acting Actor Dennis the guild presented the award to Miss Raye in ceremonies at the Hollywood Palladium. Weaver said of Miss unselfish many times at the neglect of her own she has trudg- ed the deserts of North Africa and jungles of Vietnam. She has endeared herself to people around the world as well as countless men and women in uniform whom she has not only entertained but nursed when the need OTTAWA Minister Trudeau's old Cadil- lac limousine went on the auc- tion block Saturday and sold lion Nock and sold for the price of a 1974 compact. The luxury 1967 Fleetwood cost an estimated new. It was sold at a Crown Assets Disposal Corp. vehicle auc- tion. A half-dozen bidders started the price at but the Claude Ouellette of Ot- said he was prepared to go as high as saw it and I wanted said Mr. a lumber salesman. He hasn't decided whether he will sell it or keep it for family use. The eight-cylinder limousine had miles on it. It was replaced last spring. someone brought that car into us on a trade-in it would take two weeks just to get a rough said a local Cadillac dealer. a specialty item and about the only buyer would be a funeral The car refused to start after the sale was made. The battery was dead LOS ANGELES -Ac- tors Natalie Wood and Robert who have had an un- usual love story of their star in an unusual story on television tonight. The film is called The Af- and it's an ABC Movie-of- the-Week about a polio- crippled heiress who enters a reluctant romance with a divorce-shattered lawyer. It is the first costarring of Miss Wood and Wagner since their film All the Fine Young Can- nibals in 1960. That was during their first marriage. Their own romance might make a though perhaps unconvincing movie. They met and married in 1957. The marriage fell apart in 1962 and both took other mates. After divorces in the pair pick- ed up their romance remarried. BONANZA NWUWaCHMSTUN SCHOOL NOV. 24 Auction vtf many more attractions. and tfw ton. FOU IMMMHICt CMIOTUM SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARD8TON Maytafr ThMtra In color. Starring Burt Alain and Paul Scbfleid. Tuesday and November 20 and 21. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. FORT MACLEOD SOUL OF NIGGER In color. Starring Fred D'Urvllle Martin and Denise Nicholas. November 20 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre in color. Starring Rosemary Murphy and Elizabeth Wednesday and November and 22. Tuesday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre in color starring Ursula Andress and David Wayne. November 20 shows at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. STARTING TOMORROW FOR 4 DAYS Weekdays 2 shows and p.m. Saturday continuous shows at 1 p.m.-3 p.m.-5 p.m.-7 p.m. 9 p.m. Children to 14 NO PASSES NO GOLDEN AGE paramount Tonite thru Thurs. it p.p. It's a dangerous world. But it's the only world they know. And they're the onjy friends Eddie has. RESTRICTED ADULT Mends Of EddteCoyftr SUrring by fM Show Times Novwnbw 20 PARAMOUNT THEATRE FRIENDS Of EDDIE 940 LAST COMPLETE 9-10 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short 7-15 9-20 BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY- LAST COMPLETE SHOW- ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLIOf CINEMA Short Subpcte. 7.00 THE STONE KILLER 930 LAST COMPLETE ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR Nothing is more important than friendship. Not not not death. Paramount Pictures Presents Bangthe drum slowly Color A Paramount MULT paramount cinema TONITE An THURS. ADULT NOT MNTAMJt PORCNUDMEM college cinema LAST TIMES TONIGHT OWECTIOMILE TO SME FIM CMMMM PMTIIMIA ;