Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, Seplember 22, 1972 THE IfTHMIDGB HERAIO TV HIGHLIGHTS .FRIDAY COMEDY DRAMA: "The p.m., Ch. 1. Dick Van Dyke as a Stan Laurel-type comedian. CRIME DRAMAt "Streets of San p.m. Ch. 13. An old friend of Dct. Mike Stone is shot just be- lore his retirement. Chase scenes were filmed in tunnels being built for San Francisco's rapid transit system. COMEDY: Sonny and Cher, p.m., Ch. 13. Jerry Lewis and the Supremes are special guests in skils and songs. COMEDY: 8 p.m., Ch. 7. How to deal with black marketeers, Korean War-style. COMEDY: All In the Family, p.m., Ch. 7. Archie tries to weasel out of paying taxes on his Income as a moonlighting cab driver. MYSTERY DRAMA: McMillan and Wife, p.m., Ch. 13. Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James begin a new sea- son with a light touch. VARIETY: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Tommy opens his seventh season with a singer, a comic and Toronto pipers as guests. SPUUT: Hockey, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. A tape replay of to- day's Canada-Russia matcli in Moscow. MOVIE COMEDY: "Any a.m., Ch. 7. An amusing version of the Broadway hit play. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The Detroit Tigers meet the Red Sox at Boston. E Wateriield NTERTAINMENT tYE sorting out the casting of Max Von Sydow, Ellen Burslyn, J. Cobb, Jason Miller and Ian- da Blair. It is hard to knagine the satanic obscenity of the book being transferred to ura aim iaima uu screen, or how any child ac- p a g e should be quickie I tress could be involved without With some justification Na- ure is getting back at Man and the horror movie makers are having a heyday. In most cases it might be suggested that the first victims of flora and the ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs lined by the radio find televiiion notions. Any variation in program schedulft is duo to lost- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. a m. moviemakers of the genre whose gruesome excesses are an insult to the senses. Not so, however, in the case of Frogs, a very tasty shocker that Is far superior to the usual suspcnser-filler. Most of the credit must go to director George jMcG'owan, tautly effective in mounting horror upon horror as an ever- diminisliing group is attacked by a rcptiean hordes yet neat- ly controlled in holding the seat-edge suspense. .There's only one star name, Ray Milland in a brief appear- ance, but the cast is uniformly good. Real stars, of course are the assorted lizards, snakes, frogs, toads, and for good measure quicksand, and the photography by Mario Tosi (at Eden Stale Park in Florida) is mag- nificent. Yet another plus is the mood-enhancing score of Lcs Baxter. The squeamish, though, I should he well warned that Frogs requires Ihe company of a stronger stomached friend lo fill .gaps in story continuity aused by repeated under the FRIDAY NIOHT Dave Kfnrj Jack NeufeM FRIDAY NIOHT world al six John Walker Request Line John Charles CHEC Paul Tester CHEC-FM CJOC if Terry Vogl show SATURDAY News News, Wlhr, Sporls 5: CHEC FM SATURDAY 6.00 Buryl Clark Wayns Barry News JacK Thys Show Soccer ResuMs :4Q Sporls :53 News MOM. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler Concerls (Dob News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Consle) Don Hedm Don MacMasler Sign Olf Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Let me People Corrcspents Honie Run Sing Sound of Strings 6-00 world at Six Solo This Country 6'30 As LI Happens Bringing Back the Our Malive Land The Entertainers Fulure Football News, Sport, Wlhr. 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PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" eat retreats are fare. from the night- CLASSIC: British viewers nay be the first to glimpse the teat chiller Mystery of (he Vax Museum, a 1933 Warner rothers feature long thought o have been lost. A print was iscovered in the home film brary of Jack L. Warner, for- ner studio head, and acquired y the American Film Institute. Release will be on Granada TV nd in the movie memory book he names of its stars, Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Glenda Far- rpll and Frank McHugh should riffle a few pages. FUTURE: The filming of William Peter Blatty's novel The Excorcist. Director Is Wil- liam (French Connection) FYiedkiu and those who have read the book may have fun trauma. t'ANADA AM. A two week watching brief on CTV's flight into national early morning programming reveals one the big engines (Percy Saltz- man) misfiring. Saltzman's approach is to hassle his guests, a gut attack that, on too many occasions, is offensive and off-putting. He is also, for a veteran broadcaster singularly inept in making a smooth exit from interview lo station break. Carole Taylor and Denni Macintosh are fine but the camera work has been disap- pointing and the set ofter works against the establishmen of any rapport with those inter viewed. This was particularl evident in Miss Taylor's inter view recently with a paraplegi artist who, confined as he wa o a wheelcahir, had questions addressed to the side of hi bead. The show is Ihe baby of Tom Gould, director of information- al programming who has slam- med the prototype NBC Today show as being hampered by 11 year old violinists play- ing Brahms." Gould should have been monitoring Today on the occa- ncSsive television, impossible o watch without reacting trongly. Well worth a future erun. MARQUEE: Entertainer immy Logan, in town the Vhite Heather Concert .Party cached for his camera when he eyed the Paramount mar- quee. Reading from the top: Vhat Do You Say to a Naked Lady White Heather Con- cert, 8 p.m. An answer or an assignation? WORKSHOP: Here in the city September 28-30, the first Southland Writers Workshop First class speakers will be on and flic subject matter is inlriguingly titled: Breaking into radio and TV, writing school broadcasts, building (he short story, writing for young people, best article bests, ant much more. Co-orduiator ii Iva Brewster .and for high chool students, beginning rs, whatever, the level of cx- lerience or interest it should be a worthwhile experience. For uller details call the Bowman Arts Centre 327-2M3. And Bravo to Winston Churchill High School student Janet Russell who ripped off a eltcr (extensively quoted) to This Country in the Morning Wendy Burrows carrying :he role of Akdonza during re- hearsal until the arrival of Marian Marlowe for Man of La Liberal parly completes slale of candidates EDMONTON (CP) The Liberal Party completed its slate ol 19 candidates in Alber- ta for the Oct. 30 federal elec- as the final two nomina- tions were chosen. Rod Knaut, 48, won the nom- ination for Battle River riding when he was unopposed at a meeting in Camrose attended by about CO persons. A lawyer, he was a candidate in the 1967 provincial election and In the 1968 federal campaign. At Calgary, Roland Lambert, assistant dean of education ai Ihe University o! Calgary, won the nomination for Calgary North over John McCormack the university's student union president. No change 111 Mancha and to Ed Keeling and Bryan Wilson for bringing the 24lh annual print show of the Professional photographers of Canada lo Ihe University lor the official opening you'll see it in the east lobby of the Fine Arts-Fhys Ed. building as you tour the campus this week- end. Can Yul Brynner beat TV jinx? HOLLYWOOD (AP) Can ul Brynner beat Ihe jinx gainst film stars in television The answer won'I be known until the rating race narrows to n early winter climax. Critics icnerally seemed pleased with of an appearance by Ca- nadian singer Maureen Forres- ter. At the conclusion of two simple folk songs the camera caught the newsreader with tears in his eyes, caught emo- tionally, as the viewers must have been, by a magnificent performance. Still two weeks do not a show make or break. A little more warmth between the team, B little less hectoring and Canada AM may yet weaken, radio's solid hold on early morning au diences. WOW! Tuesday Night's abra sively revealing look at Pec- wee hockey. The pros and cons of the involvement of youth in our national sport can be de- bated elsewhere, but this was CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Multlev (O Penelope Pitstop Marine Boy (c) Basebal Sporls Week Wrestling World of Man Klahanle Bugl Bunny FRIDAY Sporls tc> Let's Make a Deal Tommy Banks Teleprobe 7 Movie: Movie: The Comic Any Wednesday MASH (c) SATURDAY All In 1hB Family Plnocchio (c) Tommy Hunter Flinlslone Hour The Untouchables George of Junglt News tc) Udsvllte News, Weather, Dastardley and CFCN-TV Uthbridge Chcmnet 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY UiX) Movie: TBA Tlieatfl Doris Day (c) SATURDAY Funky Phanlom News Udsvllle H. R. Pufnsluf The rWonkees Jackson 5 NCAA Foolball The Osmonds World of Sports Movie: Trtc Mad, Lillle People CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SKYJACKED" In Technicolor. Staring Chalton Heston and Yvetle Mimieux. Friday and Saturday, September 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Technicolor. Starring Charllon Heston and Yvette Mimieux. Friday and Saturday, September 22 and 23. P'riday shows at and p.m. Adnll. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "BAD- Color. Starring Alan Ladd. Saturday, September 23, Family. All scats 50c. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Technicolor. Starring Charllon Heslon and Yveltc MiJnieux. Friday and Saturday. September 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Technicolor. Starring Cbarlton Hestcn and Yvette Mimieiix. Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, September 22, 23, 25 ?.nd 26. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "THE SHEEP MAN" In Color. Starring Glenn Ford and Shirley MacCIaine. Family. Wins Lottery LITTLE FALLS, N.Y. (AP John Mizerak, a blind 76- year-old former butting mi worker, who came to the Uni ed States from Czechoslovak! almost 60 years ago, won special state lottery worth 000 a year to him for the res of lus life. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Salnrday Short Subjects :'Sky jacked" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday 'Nicholas Mid Alcxardra" One Complete Slrow Saturday Nicholas and Alexandra" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Frogs" Last Complete Show GHEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Mercenary" "Diamonds are Forever" One Complete Show THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in Ihe AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Piano sfylings by "ROY HAYNES" in lh> CABARET "BEAVER" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY if THURSDAY I FRIDAY Everyone Admitted Free of GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCi Sat., Sepf. 23-9 p.m. Music by JACK BLECH MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME 9th Avenue and 6th Street North TICKETS STILL AVAItABlE For The P.M. LECTURE OF DR. CLAUDE BISSELL Former President oF University of Toronto Lod-Jre to be held Saturday, September 23rd In the Physical Education Fine Arts Building University of Lethbridge Free Tickeli are available a I the Informal ion Booth Main Level Academic Residence Building MARQUIS HOTEL Is now accepting bookings for any of it's 3 spacious banquet rooms for Christmas, New Year's Parties, etc. DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED RESERVE EARLY PHONE 327-3191 BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE! ADULT T HOW SHOWING at and p.m. "A TAUT AND TIMELY HOllYWOOD REPO SKVUKKED CHARLTOM HESTON YVETTE MIMIEUX ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! Best Art Direction Best Costume Design A SAM SPI EGSb F1 fcNKUN J, SCHAFFNER PflODUCTIOM Nicholas and Alexandra A HORIZON MATINEE SATURDAY 2 P..M- EVENING 8 P.M. ADULT NOW SHOWING AT 8 P.M. ONLY ADULT COLLEGE NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. mmum -sw ELUOTT r> An AMlfMCJUJ tHIVtHVtat ADULT MERCENARY JACK PALANCE TONITE and SAT. GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 P.M.