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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 29, 1972 THE IFTHMIOOI KCRA1D 7 TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: "Where's 6 p.m., Cli. T. A musical version of "Charley's Aunt" about an Oxford etudent masquerading as Ms own aunt. CRIME TJHAMA: Streets of San Francisco, p.m., Ch. 13. A prostitute is the frightened target a psychopath who lias already murdered three of her colleagues. COMEDY: Sonny and Cher, p.m., Ch. 13. Chad Everett and Bobby Sherman take part in tonight's comedy skits with the husband-wile team. COMEDY: M'A'S'II, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Cross and doublo cross involving a boxing match with a killer whose record includes 97 wins and no losses. COMEDY: All in Ilic Family, p.m., Ch. 7. An old war buddy appears whose wife is a gorgeous blonde and Archie's being awfully nice! CHIME DHAMA: McCIoud, p.m., Ch. 13. The New Mexico lawman traps his man in New York but someone is determined to set him free. CKIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. A gang of art thieves are being stalked by tlie FBI and an unknown gunman. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Young a.m., Ch. 7. Film adaptation of the novel about three reluctant soldiers during World War II. SATURDAY SPOUT: Hockey, II a.m., Ch. 13. Team Canada meets Czechoslovakia in a game telecast from Prague. SPORT: Wide World ol Sporls, p.m., Ch. 13. The Trenton 300 auto race worth also the World Parachut- ing Championships. 'Joan Watcrfield NTERTAINMENT UYE E ANGLO'S He was she "Sun- ny" but outside the intimacy of the boudoir they were the Emperor and Empress of all tlie Russias, and peasants kiss- ed their shadows as they passed. In bringing the Robert K. Massie bestseller Nicholas and Alexandra to the screen direc- tor Franklin J. Schaffner asks of the moviegoer a similar obeisance, a respectful silence in the face of the tragedy of the Romanovs. Unfortunately, Schaffner of- fers the shadow not the sub- stance of these concluding years of the last Tsar. Tlie film opens with the Em- press in labor, -about to bear a son, a longed-for heir since by decree of Tsar Paul (son Catherine the Great) the crow: could not be passed to any of the four daughters of their Ger man princess and Nicholas. The blow to the royal couple of course, is the discovery tha the Tsarevich is a hemophiliac that to Russia a crushing de- feat by Japan at Port Arthur. It might have been that thi director could have handlec the family relationship in term; of the minute delicacy of thi contents of a jewelled Fabergi easter egg, bobbing on th Radio TV Listings Programs ure listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program, schedule is due to last- mtnule changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and laelstrom of insurgerice. In- tead the characters are one- imensional, cardboard cut- uts placed on a paper revolu- tion. The closeness of the royal amily created in detail by au- hor Massie does not emerge in the film; Olga, Tatiana, arie and Anastasia are scarcely identified; the yoiing Alexis is involved in some of .he most improbable dialogue ever heard between father and son; revolutionaries Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin are name- dropped into the script and only Kerensky emerges as more fully-fleshed. Michael Jayston (Nicholas) is crushed by the film although Janet Suzman (Alexandra) fares somewhat better. It then becomes a game to identify a clutch of fine actors; Laur- ence Olivier (always magnifi- Jack Hawkins in a touch- ing performance, Michael Red- grave, Eric Porter (ex-Forsyte Saga) as the martyred Stolypin, and, best of all, Harry Andrews as the staunch Grand Duke Nicholas. The influence of Rasputin is sketched, his death and the murder of the royal family at Ekaterinburg detailed, the plight of the Russian people, the corruption of the court never developed. What remains is what won Nicholas and Alexandra its two Academy awards, superb cos- tume design and art direction. That, and one lovely little scene where the princesses dance wish their guards. For many it may be enough. ANASTASIA: The play that and an answer to several queries received. The Broad- way production starred Viveca Ldndfors and Eugenie Leonti- vich; the film tad Ingrid Berg- CHEC FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufctd FRIDAY NIOHV Worrtf at six Johri Walker Request Lino John Chwlea SATURDAY Bury! Clark k CJOC a.m. Terry Vogt Show SATURDAY News News, Wlhr, Sporls CHEC FM Wayne Bflrry NEWS Jack Thys Show soccer Resulls t Sports 5: S3 News News Hourly Wlhr MON. THRU SAT. ConsieJ Don MacMasler Concerts (.Bob Half Hour Den Hedman Don MacMasler Sign OK CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Let Tlie People Corrcspcnls Sound of Slringl D-CiO Sain This Counlry Bringfng BacV: Ihe Our N-itlvo Land Future Football News, Sport, Wlhr. SATURDAY Tin Musical PGM 10-10 Prom Ihe capitals Eye Opener 3-30 Musical Flva H Ignis a Week Morning Concert Home World Six As II Happens The Enterlalru Weather and Sports CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday ihru Friday Hourly Weather Half Hour 8-00 James Parscni Dave Ducll Willlami lOiOQ Jim Moju William! Rae Slawrw Ral Rampcl Due" Ken LABOR CUJB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment h The Clubrooms FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS 4 4 man and Helen Hayes; The Playgoer's ot Lethbridge pro- duction featured Susan Lan- caster and Dcnise Black, the latter as tire Empress Marie giving one ot the most stunning performances ever seen on the local stage. Incidentally the master manipulator Bounine was played by Cam CatUcart, formerly wth Channel 7 and now heard nationally on a fair- ly frequent basis from CBC, Newfoundland. HOKUM: There must be a salt mine somewhere for tlie wag who dreamed up the "Bay" commercials which interrupted the Team Canada hockey cov- erage. Only the two with Bobby Hull had a glimmer ot humor and Arle Johnson's rube Rus- sian made mie wonder whether Moscow's GUM store featured a clunk Canadian making the pitch for bargain day. Also, what has the CRTC to say about he use of imported talent on spots for what is a Canadian commercial institution? There are types bke Billy Van around who might enjoy making a buck at home. HARPS: And cherry blos- soms. Here next Thursday at the Yales the Mimura Harp En- semble from Japan. Tlio group of young musicians has performed in North Ameri- ca, Britain, Europe and Israel and one, their most interesting series of concerts, was in Ire- land under the sponsorship ol the Irish-Japan society, inter- esting because the girls per- form on the Irish harp. The director of the ensemble, Asulomu Miniura, is presidenl of the Japanese Harp Society and a permanent commissioner of the Tokyo Youth Symphony Orchestra. It should be a special deligli for the girls to discover the Nikka Yuko garden as it was for them to find the Japanese gardens at Tully, County Kil lare. Sponsorship of the per formance here which will in- clude works by Handel and Mo- zart is by the Allied Arts Coun cil. REMEMBER: World War Two vets stationed In Britain will remember Ben Lyon am Bebc Daniels and their moral boosting radio show, second fa vorite only to Tommy Handley ITMA. Both Ben and Bebe (sh was the screen's Hita) left Ho lywood careers to start atres in wartime London. Lyon, no 71, lost liis wife several years ago, and before returning America with his new bride (silent screen star Marion Nix- on) donated his scrapbooks and kindred show business memora- bilia to the National Film Ar- chives. COMING UP: A former Leth- bridge resident, Rod Bishop, will be seen in action tomorrow afternoon on the Wide World of Sports, on Ch. 13, in the world parachuting champion. Alberta may never see banned film CALGARY (CP) The Mm, Clockwork Orange, may ever be shown In Alberta un- ess the legislative committee tudying censorsliip procedures ecommends it be allowed, says lorst Schmid, culture, youth and recreation minister. It might never have bee n aimed, he said, had Its dis ributors appealed within 30 ays the censorship board decl ion to keep it off the screen The appeal was never made He added that it could be shown, along with others th'a lave been banned recently, 1 the committee recommend changing censorship procedure, so a new application or appea could be made. Mr. Schmid said in an inter view lhat two films the Lust ful Vicar and the Big Dollhous will never make it to Albert screens because the censorshi board felt they had no redeem ing social value and exploiter sex and violence. The legislative committee wi report Nov. 15 to the legisl ture, he said in an interview. MANY KILLED In the last 90 days of whal- g, moie than blue hales have been taken. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Piano styling! by "ROY HAYNES" CABARET "BOGUS BOOGIE BAND" THURSDAY, FRIDAY R SATURDAY THURSDAY I FRIDAY Everyone Admitted PITCHER PARTY EAGLES HALL DANCE TO MUELLER'S MUSICMAKERS FRIDAY, SiPT. 29th MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME ships Rod, now living on See It It's New ANGLO MODEL TC-30 SONY CAR CASSETTE SYSTEM Deluxe stereo playback car cassette tystem. Featoresi instaload tyslemj automatic continuous reverse system playj casseMe over until you push eject bulton; 12 watts output; fast forward and rewind buttons can Ije locked; automatic eject at end of lope in fast forward and rewind modes. mounting hardware. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Centet 419 5lh ST. 5. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONAtLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SEU" 1st BIRTHDAY SALE INTRODUCTORY OFFER ON KING 'ENERY CHICKEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 ONLY 10 A.M.-10 P.M. INDIVIDUAL PAK -09 Phone ahead 10 your order will be ready when you EAT WITH EASE CHICKEN PLEASE 722 23 St. N. Phone 328-4858 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Today's Showtimes 'ARAMOUNT 'rid ay hort Subjects Skyjacked" ,ast Complete Show aim-day Short Subjects 'Burglars" Last Complete Stow PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday 'Nicholas and Alexandra" One Complete Show Saturday and Alexandra" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects 'Boxcar Bertha" Last Complete Show Special Saturday Malinec 'Hillbillies in a Haunted House" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Pinocchio" "Bedknobs and Broomsticks' One Complete Show the west coast, is one of Can- ada's best. And an affectionate good-bye to Marg Luckhurst whose Herald columns, articles and comments were always enter- taining Rachael Lvca, bright young actress now head- ing for Malaysia and Wayne Barry, popular host of Wayne's Place, bound for new career horizons at CFCN- Radto, Calgary. COLLEGE SAT. MATINEE ONLY AT P.M. Children's Saturday Afternoon Matinee Show at p.m. FERLIN JOI HUSKY LANSING PON BOWMAN HlUBILLYS FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT All Seats This Show 50c ADUIT LAST TIMES TONITE ot and p.m. "A TAUT AND TIMELY THRILLER I" MOLLYWOOB HE FOR Til SKKJKKED CHARLTON HESTON YVETTE MIMIEUX ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! Best Art Direction Best Costume Design ft 5AM SP1EGE L-FRM1KU M J. S CHAFFNER PRODUCTION Nicholas and Alexandra M1QRIZOKFIIM from COLUMBIA PICTURES HE. MATINEE SATURDAY 2 P.M. EVENING 8 P.M. ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA am AVF ft ftih ST 3275100 TONITE thru TUES. at 8 p.m. only RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE NOW SHOWING at and p.m. KISSING and KILLING BOXCAR PLAYBOY MAGAZINE GAVE IT 6 FUU PAGES FAMILY Family and WAIT DISNEY'S 'PINOCCHIO' IN COIOR GWEN ACRES TONITE and SAT. GATES OPIN P.M. ONE COMPUTE SHOW 8 Kids This Attraction 50e CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cdblevision Ch, 6) FRIDAY News, Wealher, paslardle Marine Boy uasebai Sports Week Wrestlirvg oi Ma 4-30 Klahanic Sunny Maviiv Movie: 6 mere's Charlie S-OO fAASH fc> SATURDAY !l30 All In Ihe DiM Pmocchio (c) 9-00 Tommy Hunter Rmlslane Hou ikoo Win JUt1 News (c) Lidwilla CFCN-TV Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch, 4) 13-0) Movie: Slory Theatri Windom's Way SATURDAY Thought for Flintslcnes a-30 Where's Huddles House of Fright- enslein (c) Top Cat Waterville Gang Puppet People FRIDAY Deris Day tc> News (C? Streels of San Francisco Sonny and Cher Movie: McLoud Cc) FBI Me' BucVitiot Cannonball Musical Friends Wrestling Mr. Chips Sports Digest Outdoor Sports man World ot News (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 [Cablevision Ch. 9) Tonight Show SATURDAY Fat Albci Bugs Bunny Sebrina (c) Baseball tc) 20M (cl Around lha World Laisie (c) News Hee Haw FRIDAY News 6-WDJdkVaCn Dyke CGF Teleeoursi In tha Family Amazing Chan 7-00 Movie: Scooby Doo TkX Possycats Mission Impossible FlmlslonM News CO Archies KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Style [c] Ihe Professor (c> News Brady Kid) Movie: The Old1 Bevulehed Man and the Sea- Kid Power (c) SATURDAY Funky Phantom News Lldsvilte ilv H R. Pufnsluf The Monkees 6-30 J.ickion 5 World of Sporfi The Osmonds NCAA Foolball i 7.30 Movie: Nanny and The Rockies FRIDAY Password (c) or Consequences 7-00 Brady Bunch parlrldse Fan Room in 8'30 Ocfd Couple li Love America CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GROUNDSTAR CONSPIRACY" In Technicolor. Starring George Peppard, Michael Sarrazin and Christine Belford. Friday and Saturday, September 29 and 30. Fri- day shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suilable For Children. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "HIAWATHA" In color. Saturday, September 30. Show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE GREAT NORTIIF1ELD MINNESOTA RAID" In color. Starring Cliff Robertson and Robert Duval. Fri- day and Saturday, September 28 and 30. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee. "TARZAN'S LAST SAFARI" In color. Starring Gordon Scott. Saturday, September 30 at p.m. Family. All seats 50c. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MAN IN THE WILDERNESS" In Technicolor. Star- ring Richard Harris. Friday and Saturday, September 29 and 30. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "CARRY ON, HENRY" In color. Starring Sidney James and the 'Carry On Gang'. Friday, September 29. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "T1KO AND THE SHARKS" In color. Family. STARTING TOMORROW LAST TIMES TONIGHT Color 'SKYJACKED' Color CHARLTON HESTON JAMES BROUN COLUMBIA PICTURES Piesentj A HENRI VERNEUIL Production OMAR JEAN-PAUL DYAN SHARIF BELMONDO CANNON ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Showing at and p.m. ROBERT HUSSEIN- NICOLE CALFAH ;