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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS! FIUDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "We Joined Uic (i p.m., Cli. 7. A 1962 English comedy of a young British naval officer who is usually right when his superiors are wrong. He's as- signed to an American ship and stars Kenneth More and Lloyd Nolan. SPOUT: Pro Football, C p.m., Cli. 9. A sports special, Super Bowl V revisited, featuring the Dallas Cowboys vs. the Baltimore Colls. This is telecast live amt in color. COMEDY WESTERN: Alias Srailh anil Jones, 7 p.m., Ch. 1U. "Wrong Train to Brimstone" is a trap set for Heyes and Curry and their ex-gang. VARIETY: Here Conic The Stars, 8 p.m.. Ch. 7. George Jessel's guesli are Lorno Greene, Gypsy Rose Lee, Frankie Avalon, Sliari Lewis and David Canary. CltnfE DIMMA: Capetown 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A 1967 macie-for-TV tale of spies in South Africa. James Brolin of Dr. Wclhy, M.D. is featured inlhis rerun. VARIETY MUSICAL: Tommy Hunter Show, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Singers are Jutld SInink, DIETIO Leigh and The Bells. Debbie Lori Kaye is also among Lhe guests. CRIME D11AMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Kirk Douglas' son Michael stars in "The Adventure becomes a nightmare for a young woman who accepJs a ride with an AWOL soldier who has just robbed a bank. MOVIE MYSTERY: "The p.m., Ch. 7. A priest matches wits with a jewel thief who is plotting to sleal a valuable cross. Stars Alec Guiness. MOVIE SUSPENSE: "The Boy Cried Ch. 1.1. A grim variation on the fable about the boy who cried wolf. SATURDAY SPORT: Golf Tournament, p.m., Ch, 11. Closing play in the 71sl U.S. Men's Amateur Championship telecast from Wilmington, Del., Country Club. SPORT; Horse Race. 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Tha Prince of Wales Stakes from Fort Eric, Ont, Race Track. Post time is approximately p.m. ore Jltted by Ihe radio and television i Afiy fc due to lasf-minvle channel by Ihe and ii not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on ihe Hour , on ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT John Oliver bhow News John Oliver Show Ran Lcqqe Show News, Sport: Country Digest Barry Hcgland 9.00 John Oliver Back lo Ihe Bible Voice of Ch The ving World Richard Gordon Hr. of Informatio Mike Murry John Oliver CJOC FRIDAY NIGHT World at Requesl Aclion Line John Walker Show News, Mhr, Sporfs Douq Anderson Wayne Barry Show News SATURDAY Wayne Barry am Show News Soccer Results ic CHEC FM ic News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. NEWS Malar News Mike Murry a.m. Don McMasler Don Hedman Do Major News Bob Cencic CER Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run Road Bans News Home Run Livestock Reporl World at Six Pick of 1he GDC Sounds Canadian Redlo Free Friday No' Naiional Nev.s Morning Concert Week Correspondents Theatre Notice Board LeT Ihe People Sing Infer Top Team 11 33 Sounds Like Europe Action Set Wlhr., Music Past Wlhr., Road Report Sound of Britain I 1 Mldnighl SATURDAY Eye Opener Regional Wthr. Opera Tllme Salurday West Playriale Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llth St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL With Lhc lalesi, (-Icnlronic equipment you pel 20 v i I :i 1 services and performance chucks. Come in today! All repairs fully guaranteed! PLUS PARTS 8 CYLINDER Sg.OO PLUS PARTS LET JIMMJE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Ripcord J1.-00 Kimba Trulh or (c) 11-30 Marine E Consequence u) 11 Tolr-probe 7 Wrestling Trleprtibc 7 Movie: Prince of Wa Movie: The Dcloclivo -Slflrs Fireball XL 5 Tommy Hunlnr (c) Docile Bailey Hollywood and Ific Da Wulley Slars Penelope Pilstop Slake. Kalciclosport A Place ol Your Own Klahsnnie S'OO Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lelhhridgo Channel 13 (CcbJevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Rocky ,ind ____ Friends (r) Nows I Drprtm ol >nnnic Movie: Bewitched Roy Cried Murder Sporls Digesl l.M Marc's Music Shop (c) Aniiridl World (O In Conversalion Movie: TBA Alms Smilh ond SATURDAY of Benson Jones (r) Thought (or Day Wide World ol Movio: Capetown Kiddies on Kamera Sporls (c) Affair (c) Sporls Roundup Come Together (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY Aninidi world Hews (c) Anily Gnllilh Sliow NFL SATURDAY A'OO Grocvie Goollcs Dr. Doolllllc (C) H.-irlrm G'obelrollers (c) 5 r" DC" Mulllay (t.) Jelsons (c) Hasebnll Hoi Doq [c) Dugs Bunny (c.) Mission Impossible lonigM .Show (c) Pftstiirdly nnd KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY News (c) iinrf Ihe SATURDAY S Ne l.nnrelDl Link I'rolf-'r.r .Ifrry I owls Hnvlv [lunrti Hero Como IhP 6.03 I'.n Ii I ,imily Pouhlf Deckers WHhy II.nil Movio; Yuin.i (c) fl.-ifl Sky M.iwks Molor (c) P.-JO RolJcr Drrhy (f.) M.irdy Days (c) Amr. O.indsland Mnvlo: TDA IRA I100 Goll .1 .10 Mnn Alivft (c) JifiO Lot's MflKi a Doal (c) Advenluro Thoa'r oy, Septcmhor 3, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 More slnled tor (all Film nostalgia still Ily IIE11B JOHNSON as MGM's "forthcoming cxlra- Enlcrtainmcnt Writer vaganza." It is her film It will "She sings like Dcanna Dur- lmdoubfedly be awaited witli bin, dances like Ginger Rogers, batal by a ol ;ans and will he Ihe biggest thing since Marilyn Monroe." Who is she? According lo "famed filmmaker" Ken Rus- sell she is none other than The filming of The Boy Friend, which harks to a time before the Second World War (ancient history .0 today's younger generation) is part of Twiggy. It's enough to inako L deluge of nostalgia Ihal seems one wonder aljoul Hollywood to be nowhere near running its prcss-agentry. Especially the part about her being "the big- gest Uiiiig since Marilyn Mon- roe." One doubts if she could pass the physical. Twiggy is apparently lo be magically transformed from a animated (sometimes) stick of wood into the singing, dancing star of The Boy Friend, billed Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Anderson Tapes'' Last Complete Show Saturday: Special "Yogi Bear" "Flintstones" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday ami Saturday Short'Subjects 7-15. a-an Last Complete Show COLLKGE CINEMA Friday Start Subjects 'Billy Jack" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects :Billy Jack" 2r35. Last Complete Show GliF.EN ACRES DHIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Boatniks" "Computer Wore Tennis Shoes" One Complete Show NOW OPEN HOLIDAY BARBER SALON (Formerly Shoppers' World) course. Even a cursory glance at some of Ihe advance malerial for the fall and wjiler season is enough to make a body quiv- er with apprehension, unless one happens to be ihe kind of person who enjoys looking back on "the good old days." It can be terribly easy lo fall victim Lo the urge lo retreat intr one's youth anil the enter- tainment business well aware of the fact is unstinting in its efforts to make sure there is no lack of opportunity to do so.' The success Love Story probably gave the filmmakers j their cue. Since then i audiences have had al least one I film that was obunusly slanted J to the over-35 set The Sum- mer of '42, just concluding a successful run locally. If upcoming movies are as' good as that one. (here's not too much to worry about. But wait, there's a cloud on the horizon in the form of Ross Hunter, the man responsible for one of the all-time bad movies Airport. (In all fairness to Mr. Hunter, he also produced Love Story and Airport, whici managed to make a cast of experienced and respected actor; and actresses look uniformly bad, is to be followed by a film entitled Hollywood! Holly-rood! The film will be a musical that examines tie "splendors and miseries" of making a Hollywood musical. It looks as if it just might bf an irresistible opportunity for He producers to indulge at some length in a gor- geous, Technicolor orgy of self- adulation. Hopefully, theie will be some attempt at objfrtivily, maybe even Ihe odd louch of wryly humorous criticism of the old Hollywood era tint is fast com- ing to an end. It's very unlikely, but it would he nice. Also very big these days are the revivals of old movies. A current Canadian example is the Mary Pickford Festival, part the Film Festival at Stratford, Ont. One film from the Pickford repertoire will be shown each night between Sept, 1 and Sept. A little more easily accessi- ble to the average person will be another large dose of nos- talgia to be served up this sea- son in the form of a new C'BC television show called In 111? Mood. You're right, tho title refers to the old Glen Miller hit The host on the variety scries will be Jack Duffy, who sang with the Tommy Dorsey orchestra back in the old days. Duffy, who apparently will restrict his singing to the songs he used to do with the Dorsey band, has been making a come- back in recent years after over- coming a serious slump in his career, LABOR j CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invifed Guests! 4 4 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CHISUM'' In Technicolor. Starring John Wayne, Fri- day and Salurday, September 3 and 1 Friday shows at and p.m. years and under admitted with guardian. Special Saturday Matmec at p.m. 'SNOWFIRE" In color. Starring McGowan Family and Snowfire the Horse. All the Thrills of a Disney Hit. Family. All seats 50c. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "M.A.S.H." In color. Starring Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould and Tom Skerril. Friday and Saturday, September 3 and 4. Friday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THE LOST FLIGHT" In color. Slarriiig Lloyd Bridges. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 3, 4, and 5. Friday show at p.m. Familj. PINCHER CREEK Fox Tlieafre 'TATTON" In Technicolor. Starring Academy Award winner 'BEST ACTOR' George C. Scott and Karl Maiden. Friday and Salurday, September 3 and -t. Friday show at p.m. Adult. Matinee Saturday at p.m. "THE Errol Flynn. TABER Sky Voe Drive-ln "THE ODD COUPLE" In color. Starring .laek Lcmmon and Walter Malthau. Friday and oalnvday, September 3 and Friday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "VAl.DKZ IS COMING" In color. SlurriiiR Burl. Lan- caster and Susan Clark. Friday and Seplem- ber 3 and 4. Friday show at and p.m. Adult smess Starling Sept. 16 network viewers will Iw treated to the sounds of Bcnnv Goodman, Kenton, Count. Basic, Woody Herman and all the oth- er old names. The CBC will also work in a few Canadian names such as Bert Niosi, Marl Kenny and the late Jack Kane. II could be a real Ireat for the old-timer.s. It will be interesting ID ice liow the acid-rock set reacts. The pop music scene has been gettirig progressively quieter and smoother lately; maybe the big bands will pro- vide a common meeting ground for the two generations. TRASH EXPLOSION While the population of tho UniVl States has been growing one per cent a year, the coun- try's trash production has been increasing four per cent. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th p.m. MUSIC BY MOONGLOWS MEMBERS AND GUESTS BE SURE TO ATTEND OUR ANNIVERSARY SUPPER AND DANCE SEPT. 18 Tickets to this dance sold in advance only! Get youri now til Old Country Sausage Shop, Norbridge Meats or Norlhside Bakery. MINUS ONE CLUB REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, SEPT. 4 FROM 9-1 POtlSH HALL-13th Street N. Music by the "BRIDGETOWN TRIO" FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY -ACES IIIGIP SATURDAY RIDERS" AT THE 733 13th SI. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONtYl 4 4 4 MAKE UP A PARTV COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET Friday "JAWB" (formerly the Jusl Us) Saturday "SHAMEN" IN THE LOUNGE Friday and Saturday "CONQUISTADORS" IN THE TAVERN Friday and Saturday "THE 4 K's" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. fo I a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE The El Rancho Malor Hotel is now licensed lo serve liquor and wine in its Outrider Tavern AFTERNOON MATINEI DOORS OPEN AT P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. ON THE SCREEN "HEY THERE ITS YOGI BEAR' AND "THE FLINTSTGNES" All Cartoon Features ir. Color KIDS All OTHERS NOW SHOWING EVENINGS at and p.m. "SEAN CONNERY" as you like him. Rough- Tough and Charming The runaway bestseller is on the screen. Sean Connero mAROBOTWWimiMtraODllCTIOR Anderson Tapes ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA Showing Tonight and Sat. NOW IN ITS 3rd BIG WEEK MATINEE SAT. EVENING AND P.M. Just a person who protects children and other living things BILLY JACK STARTS TOMORROW Durtih Hoffman wants to know LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT, SAT, and SUNDAY 2 BIG FAMILY ATTRACTIONS 2 For This Show Children 50c WALT DISNEY pmtellm GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW STARTS P.M. j SECOND DISNEY FEATURE 'shore or afloat, ttieg're rocking the boat! MORSE POWERS SILVERS Kellerman x and why is he saying things about flhtfl 2 SHOWS DAILY AT and p.m. A CINEMA CENTER FILMS PRESENTATION co-staring Barbara Harris Jack Warden David Burns-Dom De Luise POSITIVELY ENDS TONIGHT COLOR 'SUMMER OF '42' COLOR ;