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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS FHIOAY CRIME D11AMA: "nanyoiT, 6 p.m., Ch, I. A whodunit privalc eye cml to solve a murder committed wilh hLs own gun. SPHC1AL: Bob Hope, p.m., Ch. 13. Mark Spitz of Olympic fame, David Cnssidy and Tho Carpcniers arc Bob's guesLs. COMEDY: Sonny nnil Clior, p.m., Ch. 13. Tony Curtis and BavbaiB McNair arc special guests (or this comedy hour. COMEDY: M'A'SMI, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. The medical pcr- Bonncl go Uirough tlicir paces in full view o[ a flabber- gasted general. COMEDY: All In The Family, p.m., Cli. 7. Gloria holds forlh on women's lib and Archie and Mike get in- volved in the argument. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Longest p.m., Ch. 13. A chilling kidnap drama about an heiress buried alive in a coffin-like box. MOVIK DIIAMA: Her Name midnight, Ch. 13. The kirk is initialed into a. resistance. h 12 ,icr after Dun- lo aid the French SATURDAY SPORT: CFL Football, 12 noon. Ch. 7. The Calgary Stam- peders meet the Tiger-Cals at Hamilton. SI'OHT: Baseliall, 2 p.m., Ch. D. Tlic Eastern Division champions meet the Western Division winners in the Am- erican League play-off opener. SPOUT: Wide ol gporls, p.m., Cli. 13. Motor- cycling and yacht racing are featured on this program. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programt Ln I'rted by the radio and Ulevliion nations. Any" vdHallon fn pngnm tchedute it due to loit- mlnuli changtl by HIB ttalions and li not the respon- sibility of the Heratd or Anglo Dhlribulori Stereo and CHEC FRIDAY NIGHT Paul Teller SATURDAY Dave King CIIEC-FM Bury! Clark Jack Neufeld -A- CJOC News wilh Bill Skelton, Rod Whin. Bill Mathesc Sport Brenl Seely and Don Maclean Farm and Ranch Doug Card FRIDAY NLGHV S' ThY5 John WalkT Request Line John tharlet SATURDAY "f 6.CO Nev.5 jchnny Jim Elliolt Soccer Resulli News, Wthr, Sporls Spona Johnny News CHEC FM -A- News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOM. THRU Cm Don W.acWaslcr 3.M Den iViacrYaslsf 1-W Sign Concerli (Dob Radio 1010 Calgary Jaiz CanadlanJ Correspondents Back the Scund of Slringi Fulu're Tlis Counlry Wthr, Sjw! Our Nalivs [.and _______ _______ _ SATURDAY Vancouver Comedy News, Sporl, Vrflhr. Eye opener Family F-avonles From the Capital Morning Concert Program Five Nlghls a Musical Program Fool Dal I U uf C Aflanllc Symphony and Sports at UBC FRIDAY NIGHT 03 Home Run DO World at 30 As U H appeal The Enlerlainera See It It's New ANGLO MODEt TC-30 SONY CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxe slereo playback car cassette syslem. Features! Instaload system) automalic conlinuoui reverse system cassetle over unlil you push ejecf but Jon 7 12 output; fast forward and rewind buttons can ba locked; automalic eject of end of tape In fast forward and rewind modes. mounliny hardware. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and trhotojftapliic Cenlet 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONAILY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" w ------Frldoy, Ollobir t, 1771 TH[ UTHBRIDGI HtRAtD 5 Triumphant slago return Joan Water field NTERT AINMENT L YE E Goldie blossomed on Laugh- n, bloomed in Caclus 1'lowcr mil then her special brand of vidc-cycd innocence and chilcV ikc honesty got drowned in a watered down consomme call- ed There's a Girl in My Soup. That same movie diluted the alents of Pclcr Sellars and rom his recent movies there seems to be no improvement in sight for the Scllars' film ca- reer. However, things are looking >eUer for the delicious Miss lawn appearing here this weekend in the film adaptation of the Broadway play Biillcr- [iies are Free. Too often much is lost in the iranslation from one medium to another. Not so with Butterflies are Free, possibly because the play's author Leonard Gershe also handled the screen play- Beyond the move in setting from New York to San Fran- cisco (this year's favorite tele- vision city) and the shift in character emphasis from the mother (Eileen Heckart) to the girl (Goldie) all lhat was excel- lent in the play remains and is enhanced, thanks to Gershe's mastery of dialogue. Tiie story of the blind boy in search of his ifonlity, his over- possessive mother and the catalytic girl next door is never swamped by the sprawl of the city but develops Ihe joy and pain of the interrelationship. Someone in his infinite wis- dom not only retained the writ- er for the movie but director Milton Katselas and Eileen Heckart (whose appearances on the screen are all too rare) from the original production. There's a fine bit of casting too in the choice of Edward AY bert as the blind boy Don, E performance that is touching without becoming mautllin. And Goldie; well it is hard not to write in superlatives. Her very special talents so grossly "Soup" are here nourished with a delicacy that is z tribute to Ihe actress, writer and director. Technically the movie Is out- standing and although not quite perfect, be prepared to control your laughter so that you may catch the many wonderful lines; he prepared also to weep at the painful truths it exposes. Want to That half the Ijody ajid most of tlic staff of Winston Churchill were uned to Channel 13 Wednesday evening watch ing Oklahoma, t's official, Ihe Rogeis and lainmcrslein smash is the school's choice for the annual musical and should make follow-up to this year's The King and I. Lily Larter will direct, and young Albert Azzar- ra will still be taking some classes at Winston most certain he'll so it's al- tradc the kingly drapes to jean-up for [his season's production. Audi- tions will be held in Novcm her. FOOTNOTE: Edward Alberl of "Butterflies" is the son o: Margo, the Mexican actress and Bridie Albert, a fine acto mired for too long in the mud o Green Acres and the Ali Hakim of the filmed Oklahoma. WEEKEND: Last Sunday' edition of the CBC public af- fairs show (Msplayed some nice pre-planning wilh the filming of cross-Canada reaction to Team Canada's Russian activities. The youngish women in Hie cafe with the cigarette passing nervously from hand to hand was hilarious, the beautifully spontaneous kiss Jolin Diefen- baker planted on his wife's cheek when Henderson netted that great goal heartwarming. AL-L-STAR: With election fever above and below the bor- der, a timely satirical look at politicking will brighten Thanksgiving evening on Chan- nel 7- Carroll O'Connor deserts Ihe Bunker family to play Jolin Wintcrgreen running on the ,ove ticket for President in George S. Kaufman's great 1931 musical Of Thee 1 Sing. From the Mary Tyler Moore show will come Ted Knight (Baxter) and Academy award winning Cloris Leacliman (Phyllis) and the cast will also have Jim Backus (Mr, Jack Gilford and Herb Edel- maji. The great George and Ira Gershwin songs include Love is Sweeping the Country and there's notliing wrong with that. MEMORIES: The picture of an early Playgoer's production published in The Herald lias al- ready led to the identification of Charles Hiscocks, Judge Fairbairn and F. Sterndale- Bennetl as cast mejnbers. That leaves 71 faces yet to find names. A lead is being follow- ed up on two more early shows, the musical Oh, Oh, Katchop! and the one-actor Lit. Contact (he Bowman Arts Cen- tre if you can help. LONDON (liculer) -Debo- rah Kcrr made a triumphant return to the Ixindcm stage yes- terday alter 2'J years. She plays a Victorian lady in The Day After the Fair, drawn by Frank Harvey from one of Thomas Hardy's ironical sto- ries. Now 51, Ihe British-tarn Hol- lywood star, was acclaimed by the first-night audience at ths Lyric Theatre. She played Edith llarnham, prosperous brewer's wife who involves herself vicariously in her pretty hut Illiterate maid- servant's first love affair. HAVE CA11S About one of every three Nor- wegian has a car. SHACK A N I) SONS: Dad Shacklcford (All) showed a lot of heart when he staked the young people altcncYng the spe- cial matinee of Nicholas and Alexandra to parking meter money, then picked up the lab for a couple of tickets Son GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "POCKET MONEY" In Color. Starring Paul Newman and Lee Marvin. Friday and Saturday, October 6 and 7. Friday shows al and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "MAYA" In Color. Starring Clint Walker. Saturday, October 7, at 2 p.m. Family. All scats 6oc. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SILENT RUNNING" In Technicolor. An incredible that joumeys beyond imagination. Fri- and -Saturday, October 6 and 7, Friday shows at and p.m. Malince Saturday at p.m. Fam- iiy- TABER Tower Theatre "LAST OP' TIIE RF.D HOT LOVERS'' In color. Alan Arkin anil Paula Prenfiss. Friday. Oclobcr fi. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon mat- inee "FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON" In color. Sat- urday, October 7 at p.m. All seats 50c. Family. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Hiort Subjects "Napoleon and Samanlha" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Napoleon and Samantha" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday 'Nicholas and Alexandra" One Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "BiiUerfties are KTce'1 Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Culpcpper Gallic Co." Last Complete Show RIIF.KN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday anil Saturday "Chubasco" "The Cowboys" One Complete Shovr Dob is just back Irom the Fa- mous Players conference in Banff he's been lining up goodies for the local screen and son Doug swears he saw old Central school chum Conrad llain in the TV comedy scries Maude. Any details on Mr. Bain's career he wel- comed. X.MAS: Tho annual Christ- mas present to the community of Pantomime sponsored by Allied Arts Council and written and directed by Muriel .lollitfe. This year it's The Old Woman In the Shoe and the return of L II a t great Frank rcatkerstonc. And congratulations to the top three in the IODE public speaking contest junior high students Darren F c p p n r (Edith Bowles trophy) Kelly1 Walker and Susan Konrad. TONIGHT and SATURDAY! He was like a father to them...and they did what any good sons would do. ADULT HIT "CHUBASCO" ,N COLOR NO. 2 9 RICHARD EGAN ANN SUTHERLAND THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in Iho AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Piano stylfngs by "ROY HAYNES" CABARET "TROJAN HORSE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Charge CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevmon Ch. 6) FRIDAY Nsws, Dasfardli-y and Lets MaKe Dsal Sporli (c) Mullley (c) Te'eprobe 7 Sing Alcng Juhlleii Pilalop Mtvie: Mavie: Bridge of Splrferman (c) Banycn (c) Fu V.anchu (c) CFL (cl SATURDAY Scorfs Week All In Ihe Family Pinocchio -j.w Tommy Hunler Hour _. Dean Martin Grcrne c( Ji-nglt Children s Cinema Nev-i (c) IS CO Lldiville Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lethbrrdge Channel T3 (Cablevlsion Ch. 4) Ifri.-.ie with Prlds Tfiealffl FRIDAY If Dor.i Da? (c) Nev.-s it, SATURDA Dot Hone Scwdal Thoufihl f Mivi e: The Long Hi Mghl 9.M Hc FBI ens Top Cfll Ganr Movie: Carvt Her 11 ;M r Peopla Day ei Huddlei f FrlgM- [c) I :tn Musirnl Fritndi Mr. Chips Sporli Pendulum tc) World of Sports (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (CabTivlsion Ch. 9) lo-.r-o News (c) Fllnlilones Albert FRIDAY News 4-W1 VaCn SATURDAY All In fhe Family CC.F TelecDuri! Movie: Amaiing Chan To Sir With Love DM MUirwi Irr-poulbln Pussyca's 10-iO Fal Bi'tball LB-.il- (r Kffl Maw KPBB-TV Great Fa Hi Channel 5 (Cablavlsion Ch. T1) FRIDAY Hews tc) Trulh or Consequence Brady Ouncr Pflrirldnt? Ro-im 717 Odd CnupFr A-.icrii (c.J News Movie: A Placa for Lovers (cj SATURDAY H R. Pufniluf Jackson 5 Tnff C.nicr-.tfi 7 :j ivi- 1'crfVP Ma i Moic'j Lauyhlcr Brady Kidi Power (c) Funky Phonrom LldiVJIle i.H Lilllc INTERESTED IN SHOW BIZ? TrocJucliort pcoplo needed for lellibrklgo Musical Thealre) Production of "MAN of LaMANCHA" 9 Pciiniing Props Scenery Costumes Makeup MEETING AT 8 O'CLOCK FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th YATES CENTRE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat., Oct. 7th 9 p.m. FOR YOUR DANCING PIEASURI fEATURE MUSIC BY "SUNSET 4" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME ADULT TONITE thru TUES. CUI.PEPPER jnve you s. il you could ilive! CULPEPPER CATTLE CO. zOTII fLVTL'RVrOX COLOK BY DL LUXE1 2 SHOWS TONIGHT and SAT. at and p.m. TONITE thru TUESDAY GRAND FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT vo {vnawzys and a guardian lion. WAtrmsHtY NAPOLEON SAMAOTHA Mirliad DOUGLAS Will GEE R TECHNICOLOR s ADDED WALT DISNEY'S 'THE HOUND WHO THOUGHT HE WAS A RACCOON' SATURDAY CONTINUOUS 1o pm. CHILDREN: MATINEES 50c EVENINGS TONIGHT cl tinH p.m. T -W LABOH CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND T3lh STREET NORTH EVENING ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY ond SATURDAY "ALBERTANS" FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ALBERTANS" MEMUERS AND INVITED GUESTS STARTING SATURDAY "I could loveyou if you'd let STARTING SATURDAY A GRAND ATTRACTION FOR THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND ADULT ENTERTAINMENT A FRANKOVICH PRODUCTION BUTTERFLIES ABE FREE MATINEE SATURDAY nl p.m. Evenings p.m. NOW IN ITS 6th WEEK IN CALGARY LAST TIMES TONIGHT The long-run hit piny on the screen, with all its humor and all its heart. An unusual love story One we know you will long remember! 'NICHOLAS and ALEXANDRA' IN CO1OR ONE SHOW ONLY AT S P.M. ;