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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Writers' strike will delay some series Official premiere week opens on Monday By JERRY BUCK LOS ANGELES (AP) Hold your hats, folks, the new tele- vision season is around here somewhere. Monday begins the official premiere week for all three United States networks, but the writers' strike last spring will delay some new series for as long as six weeks, The new season wi'l bring you another hearty serving of cops and robbers, more comedy than ever before, a continuing trend toward mini-series and a return 'Apples of Stephen LaBell, NeHemiah Persoff and Academy Award winner Eileen Heckart star in the Sunday at Nine presentation Apples of Gold in Pictures of Silver, Sept- ember 9 on CBC-TV. to the old-fashioned anthology show. The police shows occupy by far the biggest slice of TV time. Of the 26 shows, 13 are new- comers. The new additions in- clude television's first black de- tectives, Shaft from the movies nd Tenafly. Comedy is more abundant han ever as holdout NBC de- cides to take the plunge. NBC has always had few half-hour :omedies, but this fall it adds our new shows. Mini-series include William Holdcn in The Blue Knight, Burt Lancaster as Moses in The awgiver, Brian Keith and John Mills in The Zoo Gang, Ben Gazzara and a distinguished cast in QBVII and the story of he Roosevelts, Eleanor and Franklin. Following is a brief look at some of the new regular series: MASON RETURNS Perry Mason, up- dated version of the Erie Stan- ey Gardner creation with Monte Marlcham as the shrewd, crime-solving lawyer. Lotsa Luck, DOTH Deluise as a long-suffering Bachelor still living at home in this adaptation of the zany Brit- ish comedy, On the Buses. Diana, Rigg as a classy British fashion designer who takes over her brother's New York apartment. Her brother has handed out keys to all his drop by at any hour. Hawkins, Jimmy Stewart as a slow-talk- ing lawyer who specializes in murder cases. This 90-minute show rotates with Shaft and made-for-TV movies. Chase. Webb de- parts from his usual factual form in this story of an under- cover police team that goes in for razzle-dazzle chases by mo- torcycle, car and helicopter. The Magician, Bixby as a rich magician who lives on a jet and solves cases with the fastest sleight of hand in the west. Police Story, police anthology created by police- man-author Joseph Warnbaugh, FOLLOWS MOVIE Bob nuil Carol and Ted and Alice, comedy ex- amines the different viewpoints and values of two couples, one in their 20s the other in their 30s. Stars Bob Urich, Anne Archer, David Spielberg and Anita Gillette. Kojak, Savalas as a hard-nosed New York police officer who sometimes fights the rules in pursuit of justice, Love Story, romantic anthology that borrows the title and theme from tlie hit movie. Toma, Tony Mu- sante in the exploits of real-life policeman Dave Toma of the Newark police department. Toma relies on wits. Imagina- tion and disguises. Adam's Rib, How- ard and Blythe Banner from Broadway star in this version at the battling legal couple. Caliicel's Dept. Coco leads a collection of mis- fits in a state unemployment of- fice In this comedy series. Roll Out, this com- edy about the Rod Ball Express of the Second World War, Stu Gilliam is the street-wise hits- tier and Billy Hicks is the coun- try mouse. Needles and Pins, comer Deirdre Lenihan is a girl from the Midwest who takes a job in a New York dress factory run by Norman Fell, Louis Nye and Bernie Kopell. ftriff, Greene, after 14 years in the series Bo- nanza, plays a police captain who comes out of retirement become a private detective. Special ivorld of Liberace is told by himself ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS MID-CITY MORTGAGE CO. LTD. 1265-3rd Avenue South-Phone 329-0556 The North American pre- miere of the Liberace Special will be seen on Channel 7, Tuesday, Sept. H at p.m. The show was produced by Hoi- broke Productions of London, England. Narrated by Liberace him- self, this is an autobiographical look at "the world of Lib- described as "a special world of opulent jewels and costumes, magnificent man- sions, one-of-a-kind hand-made automobiles, and heated gar- dens." The man who has won world-wide fame through his piano, candelabra and sequin- ned suits is seen at his Beverly Hills home, which has been compared to European pal- aces; retreat in Palm Springs; and with liis mother, his brother, and manager, as well as in performances in va ;