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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Face familiar but not the name The name 'Harold J. Stone" certainly doesn't have a deaf- ening ring of familiarity for most television viewers or m o v L e g o er s. But his face speaks jr.uch louder. Show any- one a picture, and it's an in- stant "Oh, I know him" rec- ognition The plight is a frequent one for most of Hollywood's top character actors. This season, "him" stars in the role of Sam Steinberg, the Jewish owner a delicatessen whose son has married an Irish-Catholic girl, in the CTV Television Network comedy scries, "Bridget Loves tele-casting Saturdays at Stone is certainly no stranger to ethnic roles. His years as a performer include portrayals that range from a Polish faHwr (in his first Broadway play, "The World to an Italian janitor in "Mr. and Mi-s. to a Jewish snorts editor in "The Harder They his first movie. He claims that just LOOKing like a character is not enough to make one a character actor. "You have to know what you're playing" he says, "and you can't learn it in a classroom. My school was the streets of New York. I'd go from section to section. I'd ivalch and ob- serve I listened to the lan- guage. I picked up certain characteristics, like how they used their hands." Harold says he applies all this learning by BEING Italian or Jewish, not by merely think- ing it. "'It's more than a di- alect" he adds. "You almost have to have an ear for mu- sic. It's like comedy. There's a certain syncopation. If you don't have the timing, the words don't mean anything." He says people in public places don't recognize him for cny particular role, they just know they've seen him some- place. "Many tliink they've seen me as Frank Nilti on 'The Un- touchables' says Stone, "but that's because Bruce Gordon played it, and many say we look alike." He did, however, play Nitti in a movie. "Also I guested on "The Untouchables' seven times" he recalls, "but played the good guy on TOUT ot those." "MORTON HEARS A WHO" On Monday, Nov. 27 at p.m. over Channel 13 the CTV Television Network presents this animated color special. Ho? One from ArcJic Cat ON .DISPLAY NOW Free Air 0 Twin Carbs 15" Track Tach Spoedo 9 Capacitor Discharge Igni.ion AVAILABLE IN 250, 340, 400 cmd 440 AMPLE FREE PARKING LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 327-8889 Monday. Open Dnily 8 30 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday Q.m. to 9 p.m. CHARGEX Alberto's largest and meat CAN YOU NAME HIM? Harold J. Stone, who stars as Sam Steinberg, Jewish delicatessen owner whose son marries an Irish-Catholic girl, is used to playing ethnic roles and the parts have made his face familiar, but not his name. Walch "Bridget Loves Berrrie" on Saturday even- ings. TV Guide plans split VANCOUVER TV Guide magazine plans to split its Al- berta-Eastern British Columbia edition into separate editions effective with the Dec. 9, 1972 issue. Headquarters for bcth editions will ermirnue here. The new editions will give TV Guide seven regional edi- tions in Canada and a total of 04 in the United States' and Canada. 3 Sunday, november 26 (Tj) ff) (3 O Q) (9) 09 QI Thought for the Day 4-H Club Time Farm News Rev. Solbreckten 4rJiie's Fun House House of Frlghtenstein Christopher Closeup Harlei. Globetrotters This is the Bex Humbard Gospel Hcur Revival Fires Gospel Hour Katbryn Kuhlman Uncle Bobby Captain Scarlet Face the Nation Make a Wish Sunday Hour Faith for Today Day ol Discovery Day ol Discovery Curiosity Shop Oral Roberts O Lidsville Reach lor the Top C0 Rural l-eport (D NFL E> NFL Highlites (0 CFL Pre Game Show OD CFL 61 NFL (O NHL Rex Humbard Prince and the Pauper CT) District 7 SQ Pentecost Presents O Reach for the Top F1 Garner Ted Armstrong f) Sixty Minutes dti) Untamed World Q Country Canada One consequence ot the Brit- ish Empire was the Australian character. This character is supposedly independent, self- reliant and fiercely resistant to authority. This unique Australi- arism was born, not in the (Towing cities of the seaboard, but in the outback, the harsh, unyielding environment, somewhere "beyond Ihe black a mythical landmark which supposedly marked the end of the known world. The emergence of Australia as an independent ration and the history of the island conti- nent is told in "Beyond The Black part nine of the CTV Sunday Night documen- tary series, "The British Era- telecasting Sunday, Nov- ember 26 at p.m. Stylish clothes take a beating The stylish clothes George Peppard wears in NBC-TV's "Banacek" took a beat'ng when the series filmed a fight se- quence in a North Hollywood junkyarO for a forthcoming seg- ment, "Ton Thousand Dollars a Page." (0 Garner Ted Armstrong 0 Here's Lucy IEJ Movie: In Broad D.iyligllt Q Music to See ID Wild Kingdom This is Your Life 0 Doris Day fj rdd Couple QJ Lawrence Welk Q Disneyland Q Bridget Loves Bernie Sanely Duncan O Mod Squad SO The FBI eWorld of Disney Beachcombers History of the British Empire SAnna atid the King Movie: Once Open r Time in the West g Julie Andrew's Show Mystery Movie fli) Let Them Live 03 Mannlx Q Sunday at Nine (0 W5 gMASH Weekend ft Mary Tyler Mcore ft News (B) News Q Bold Ones CT) CJOC News Q) News IB News (fj Oil Report 11-30 Question Period Sunday Hour Q News tD Billy James Hargis 3) Merv Griften B Movie: Lilies of the Field YOU GOTTA BE KIDDIN' 1972 OlDS CUTLASS 2-dr. hdt., PS, PB, radio, auto. V8, electric rear window de frost. With reasonable trade and O.A.C. 1970 ACADIAN coupe, PS, PB, 6 cyt., auto., 1 miles. With reasonable trade ond O.A.C. 2-dr. sedan, factory stereo. 1970 FORD CUSTOM SPORT Va ton, V8, aura., radio. Sommerfeldt Car Sales 321 13th SI. N. 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