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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbrutcje Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 197O LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 Of Lenin' Reviews History- Russian Revolt 1970 Is the year of the lOOffli anniversary of the birth of Rus- sia's Lenin. October is the month of the 53rd anniversary of the Russian Revolution. In an unusual dramatic docu- mentary on October 13, 10 to 11 p.m. over Channel 7 CEC-Tirs Tuesday Night series examines man, the revolution ha made, and the legend Us suc- cessors hare created: The Le- gacy of Lenin, written and as- sembled by Noel Moore, pro- duced by Gordon Donaldson, uses footage of the revolution- ary events, interspersed with historic photographs and a seg- ment of film from the 1920's Eisciistein silent feature film. :i According to Moore, Lenin Raw the discredited spectacle of the Czarist regime as "a thea- Bettyf Tommy Barbara's Guests BETTY ROBERTSON Talented Canadian singer Betty Robertson joins hostess Barbara McNair and guests Tommy Hunter, The Stairsteps end Professor -Irwin Oorey for ftn hour of music and com- edy in CTV's new weekly se- ries "The Barbara McNair Snow" to be telecast Tuesday, October 13, p.m. on channel 13. PoW SUPPORT "Former prisoners of war are our program's biggest boosters and often contribute plot idea for our writers to work says Bob Crane, star of the PoW camp-Jocaled television fcomedy series Hogan's Heroes. trical spectacle the audience vans allowed to applaud from afar but was not allowed to par- ticipate in. He said to the au- dience, Take over the stage yourselves.' The plot is class warfare and violent revolution in Russia. The last act is world revolution." The film opens with the changing of the guard at Lenin's tomb, switches to news sequences of Russia's contem- porary leaders at celebrations in Moscow, and clips of many of the Communist leaders around the world. The historical film showing revolutionary scenes of the 1917 peasant-worker uprising, which marked the overthrow of the oppressive Czarist regime and the birth of a Communist world is from Russian ar- chives, made available to the world in this year of the Lenin anniversary. Other sequences are trom Canadian film ar- chives. Even more remarkable is the footage from the silent film "October" by Ote great Russian film maker Eisenstem. Epic and symbolic, it recreates Hie real-life events on a heroic scale a cast of literally thou- sands pitting the noble pea- sants under Lenin's leadership against foe decadent Czarists. Says Moore, "It's a propagan- da art film, made in the twen- ties, in which everything is overstated." Superimposed on this is the Tuesday Night sound track, relating the historic events as ttiey happened, and quoting excerpts from the writ ings of Lenin and his contem- poraries and the revolutionary poetry of Mayakovsky. The Tuesday Night program takes viewers through the his- toric revolution with Lenin, and the aftermath of invasion from the outside world (by the Allies, including and the re- construction. Lenin, by allying worker to peasant, mads the revolution which was the dawn of world Communism. Says Moore, "His successors have altered but not abandoned the script he wrote. The aim is same, but the means change. Lenin's ideas are still alive in Hie world." The documentary also deals with Lenin's latter years, his death, and bis legacy to his successors. TRIBUTE TO FRANZ IEHAR One of the most beloved of Vienna's composers music and operetta, Franz Lehar, is the subject of a nostalgic tribute on CBC-TV, Sun- day, Oct. 11 at 9 p.m., in color on Channel 7. baritone Andre Jobin (of the Paris opera) and soprano, Christine Anton sing as writer-narrator Otto Lowy sets the scene touring and describing Vienna today. Other outstanding performers are: soprano, Doreen Hume; tenor, Tiber Kelen; and members of the National Ballet. 100th Anniversary Of Composer's Birth Nostalgic Tribute To Lehar The city of Vienna, with its magnificent Hapsburg palaces, the fabulous opera house, the wine taverns of Grinzing, the Wiener Wald and the River Danube, has always been a perfect home for artists and musicians. One of the most beloved of Vienna's composers of light mu- sic and operetta, Franz Lehar, is the subject of a nostalgic tri- bute on CBC television, Sun- day, Oct. 11 at 9 p.m., in color on Channel 7. Celebrating the one hundred- th anniversary of his birth, Lehar (1870-1948) is an hour of the songs, waltzes and operetta aii-s that captivated three gen- erations of Vienna's "golden age." Writer narrator Otto Lowy sefs the as he tours and describes Vienna today, much of it the same as ever, and the music is sung by a quartet of outstanding opera artists: soprano Christine An- ton, who will sing the role of Gretel in the forthcoming CBC- NOSTALGIC (Concluded on Page 2) End Frozen Water Pipe Problems This Winter With EASY HEAT ELECTRIC PIPE HEATING CABLE water pipes from freezing. Simply wrop around pipe and connect to I1O volt electrical supply outlet. Available in 6', 9', 12', M RO 15', 18', 24', 30' lengths (with or without thermostat PRICED FROM ONLY.................................. W COME IN ANYTIME FOR EXPERT ADVICE- ON CORRECT CABLE TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS! OPEN Till 9 P.M. THURS. AND Htl. NIGHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS DOWNTOWN, 600-608 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE. 374 13th St N 378-4441 ;