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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1971 Canadian obtains rights to nine Chaplin classics TORONTO Canadian rights to nine Charlie Chaplin movie classics have been obtained by Leslie Allen, who describes himself as a "renegade" in this country's film industry. The million dollar deal names Allen's companyf All- World Cinema Ltd., as sole Ca- nadian lease-holder of the clas- sics for movie theatres, all tele- vision showings, libraries, schools and every ship and air- line flying the Canadian flag. Movies included are: The Gold Rush, City Lights, Modern Times, The Great Dictator, Monsieur Verdoux, Limelight and A King in New York. "I chased the Chaplin films for 14 Mr. Allen said. 'I deal t with all kinds of agents and members of the Chaplin family. I ran up and down a lot of blind alleys." He said he honestly thought he had a deal for world rights to the Chaplin films, but "in the end I just got Canada and, you know, I'm just as happy." Chaplin, 82, lives in Switzer- land and recentty sold world rights of his nine classics for a reported million. Poppy Family guests Hosts-singers Kenny Rogers and The First Edition weigh anchor to take the crew, the guests and the passengers of their riverboat for a leisurely cruise on RolUn' On The River, Saturday. Oct. 16, p.m. Providing the guest enter- tainment this week are Kris Kristofferson and the Canadian singing duet, the Poppy Fam- ily. When Kenny and his band aren't strumming they will get together for short interludes of horse-play that are sure to bring a chuckle from the au- dience. Thursday, Oct. 21 B IB m B B fB O m CB B B fB {D fB CB fB B tB Somerset In Conversation AD My Children A C'Hy Story As the World Turns All About Faces Friendly Giant Lets Make a Deal Chez Helece Sesame Street Pierre Berton News Newlywed Game News 55 North Maple The Doctors TEA Bewitched Another World Bay City Secret Storm Beat the Clock Our Town B The Edge oE Night CD One Life O Movie: Lawless Breed B Gomer Pyle ID Our Lives CB Movie: Thunder in the Sim B Merv Griffin SO General Hospital fD Three on a Match B Galloping Gourmet ID Dating Game fB Man Trap fB Another World g Hillbillies That Girl 30 Anything You Can Do O Edge of Night B Family Affair ID Bewitched B Psychiatrist Friday, Oct. 22 B Another World Somerset C0 In Conversation CD All My Children B A City Story (D Let's Make a Deal CB All About Faces B Friendly Giant B As the World Turns CB Chez Helene B News f0 Pierre Berton B Sesame Street g Newlywed Game The Doctors CB 55 North Maple (H) News Afternoon CB TEA B Another World City ID Secret Storm CB Bewitched B The Edge of Night gOfle Life Beat the Clock CB Our Town CB Movie: Doctor in the House B Movie: Lady Godiva B Gomcr Pyle fD Our Lives B Merv Griffin ID General Hospital (D Three on a Match fD Dating Game CB Man Trap B Galloping Gourmet B Hillbillies SThat Girl Another World CB Take 30 fB Anything You Can Do B Family Affair HI Bewitched B Edge of Night B Psychiatrist ra 33) B CB B to fB B B ID fB CD OJ B IB B B 80 {D fB fB m a B B a OB B m IB a (7) m O fB (T) m SB B fB Password Dick Van Dyke News Drop In News News Buck Shot Truth or Consequences News News Flintstones O'Hara Hawaii Five O Teleprobe 7 Chronolog Evening Get Smart News Movie: Goodbye Raggedy Ann Movie: Death Lends a Hand Room 222 Odd Couple The Partners Movie: The Forbin Project (Colossus 1980; Love American Style Laugh-In Cannon News Tommy Hunter Show News Tonight Show Night Gallery FBI NFL Action Bob Kees Roller Games News News Teleprobe 7 News Speaking of Sports Movie: The Music Man Movie: Moment to Moment Meet your friends at the Majorette Restaurant The finest In Chinese Food Western Meals Light Lunches 612 3rd Ave. t. Phone 3J7-751I HOURS: Open Daily 8 a.m. to B p.m. Closed On Sundays And Holidays! m B m 33) 30 (Tj B at (B oo o (B SO B .'10 Q fB CB ID oo o B CD 30 Q fB oo SB B 30 fB oo o B ID so fs :00 O :30 fB B m :00 fB :30 CD :00 S3 fB :20 (B (B :40 (O) :4S O Password News News Dick Van Dyke Drop In News News Buck Shot Truth or Consequences Flintstones News News Here's Lucy Gunsmoke Teleprobe 7 Brady Bunch Petticoat Junction Nichols Picasso at 90 Movie: Tank Force News Funny Face Dean Martin Chicano Longstrcet O'Hara U.S. Treasury Flip Wilson Owen Marshall Dean Mai tin Movie: Seven Days in May News News Here Come the 70's Tonight Show Longstreet The Bold Ones Dick Cavett News News Teleprobe 7 News Directions Movie: Eye Creatures David Frost Calgary singers with Anne Anne Murray returns to Ca- nadian television screens this fall and the first of her three specials on the CBC this sea- son is shaping up to be a pow- erhouse. Producer Bill Langstroth has announced that the show's guests will include the hit sing- ing group The Stainpeders from Calgary, the amazing young singer-composer Shirley Eikhard, and a special appear- ance by Anne's two younger brotliers Bruce and Stewart Murray, talented singers in their own right. Entitled "Anne Again" the color special will be telecast on the full CBC-TV network Mon- day, Nov. 8 at p.m. Wayloii Jennings special guest of Ian Tyson Imagine a half hour of non- stop country western music where the artists are the best and the entertainment is the greatest, and you have the in- gredients that malce up The Ian Tyson Show. On Tuesday, Oct. 19, p.m. Ian goes all out with guests The Poppy Family, Dr. Music, and special guest star Waylon Jennings. Disney Concluded Front Page sun or both. Because of the prevalence late afternoon Florida has more thunder- storms annually than any other state the taller buildings are equipped with lightning rods. The big castle's spire is a light- ning rod, for example. The planners profited from mistakes made at Disney Hind. The California p a r k's restau- rants and shops must be sup- plied by truck, which is incon- venient. Here, they built a base- ment they believe it is only the second basement in the state, the other being in a Tam- pa bank and the establish- ments will be supplied via un- derground. Building the basement was probably the single biggest en- gineering feat. Florida's water table averages only two feet below surface, so the entire area had to be built up, before they could dig down. The re- sulting basement, looking like some futuristic city, rims under most of the park. It holds of- fices, storage facilities, roads, computer rooms. The public won't ever see it, but its pres- ence will help them have a good: time. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) PRODUCTIVE MAN Robert Evans, production chief at Paramount, has 32 movies in the works for the next two years. 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