The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on February 28, 1972 · Page 27
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TV 4 - THE HERALD, Provo, Utah Monday, February 28,1972 Children's Show Begins Woodrow Parfrey Makes Change June Reig comes well prepared for her role as producer and writer of "Watch Your Child-The Me Too Show," Channel 2's new dally children's program service. The series began Monday, Feb. 14. Since her first association with NBC in 1962 she has been writer, director or producer — and in many cases all three — of numerous outstanding specials for children including "A Day With Bill Cosby," . "Pets Allowed," "As I See It," "Little Women," "The Enormous Egg," '"Hie Reluctant Dragon," "Rabbit Hill," "The World of Stuart Little," "The -Heart of Christmas" and "Kristie." Before coming to television, Miss Reig was a teacher. For three years she was on the faculty of New York University in the department of dramatic arts and speech, specializing in children's theatre. She also was director of the New York University Theatre for three years. Before that jhe taught in high schools in Schenectady, N.Y., and New York City for seven years. For the New York State Department of Education she wrote and produced "People Through Puppets" on Schenectady's WRGB-TV. For the same station she was commentator on a women's feature program. Miss Reig received her B.A. degree (summa cum laude) from the New York State University in Albany, and her M.A. from New York University in New York City. She continued in the latter university for her doctoral work. A lifelong lover of animals, she is a member of the Friends of Animals organization and The Audubon Society. She has written on the subject of animals and received awards from the Humane Society. Numerous awards have been given to the television programs "she has worked en: the Ohio State Award and Christopher Award for "As I See It"; the Peabody Award and Prix Jeunesse for "The World of Stuart Little"; the award of the American Library Association for "Rabbit Hill"; and the Brotherhood Award by the National Conference of Christians and Jews for "The Reluctant Dragon." "Quillow and the Giant" and "The World of Stuart Little" received nominations for Emmy Awards. June Reig resides in New York City with her husband, composer-conductor Robert Maxwell. Allen Ludden Marks 2,000th Password Anne Francis and Arte Johnson will be Allen Ludden's guests on Channel 4's "Password" the week of Feb. 28 at 10:30 ajn. to help him celebrate the 2,000th edition of the popular game show. "Password" premiered on Channel 5 in October, 1961, and enjoyed a seven-year run. The show bowed as a Channel 4 daytime presentation on April 5, 1971. The 2,000th show airs Tuesday, Feb. 29. During the week, Miss Francis and Johnson will be joined by two other contestants in attempting to guess the passwords from one-word clues. TV Cinemascope Movie schedules are presented on a tentative basis by TV Studios. Deadline for publication is Friday noon prior to the week of publication and Movie titles are printed as noted at that time. The Daily Herald cannot be responsible for changes made by individual studios after date of publication. MONDAY , 8:00 2 "The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County," Dan Blocker, Nanette Fabray 8:00 4 "The Blue Max," Part II, George Peppard 8:00 5 "Four for Texas," Frank Sinatra, Anita Ekberg 11:40 5 "Man Without a Star," Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Cra in 12:00 2 "You Came Along," Robert Cummings, Lizabeth Scott TUESDAY 2:00 2 "The Young Doctors," Frederic March, Ben Gazzara 2:00 5 "Battle at Apache Pass/1 John Lund, Jeff Chandler 7:30 4 "The Eyes of Charles Sand," Barbara Rush, Peter Haskell 10:40 5 "The Trace McCloud Story," Larry Pennell, Audrey Dalton 12:00 2 "The Young Doctors," Frederic March & Ben Gazzara WEDNESDAY 2:00 2 "Dead Ringer," Bette Davis, Karl Maiden 2:00 5 "The Redhead and the Cowboy," Glenn Ford, Rhonda Fleming 8:00 2 "The Hellflghters," John Wayne, Katharine Ross 8:00 5 "Is Paris Burning?" Kirk Douglas, Leslie Caron 10:55 5 "At Gunpoint," Fred McMurray, Dorothy Ma lone 12:00 2 "Dead Ringer," Bette Davis, Karl Maiden Pink Panther," Nlven, Peter Pink Panther," Nlven, Peter THURSDAY 2:00 2 "The David Sellers 2:00 5 "The Perfect Furlough," Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh 8:00 5 "Harper," Paul Newman 11:00 5 "The Great Imppster," Tony Curtis, fdmond O'Brien 12:00 2 "The David Sellers FRIDAY „ .. „ 2-00 2 "Yellowstone Kelly," Clint Walker, Edward 2-00 5 "One Foot in Hell," Alan . Ladd, Don Murray 6:30 2 "Speedway," Elvis Presley, Nancy Sinatra 7:00 4 "Some Like it Hot," Marilyn Monroe 8:30 5 "Heat of Anger," Susan Hayward 10:30 5 "Journey to the Center of the Earth," Pat Bodne, James Mason 11:30 4 "Godzilla'.s Revenge. 12:00 2 "Yellowstone Kelly," Clint Walker, Edward Byrnes SATURDAY „ 1:00 2 "Black Horse Canyon," Joel McCrea 7-30 4 "A Very Missing Person," Eve Arden, Julie Newmar 11:00 2 "Night Gallery," Joan Crawford, Barry Sullivan 11:'45 5 "Signpost to Murder," Joanne Woodward, Stuart Whitman SUNDAY 4:30 4 "Women of the Pre-Historic Planet," Wendell Corey 5:30 5 "A Fine Madness," Sean Connery , „ 6:30 4 "In Search of America," Vera Miles, Carl Betz 8:00 2 "55 Days at Peking," Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner, David Nlven 9-00 4 "Fireball Forward," Ben Gazzara, Eddie Albert 11:30 2 "It Started in Naples," Clark Gable, Soph la Loren 11:30 4 "Lilith," Warren Beatty, jean Seberg 11:30 5 "Trog," Joan Crawford 2:00 2 "Rio Grande," John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara 2:00 5 "Submarine Command," William Holden, Nancy Olsen Brockbank ••i ollortonai F'°™ Mechanic and PO W f o Acfor n^ By the time the war was over This week's "BYU During World War II, a young Devotional" assembly features Jewish-boy from New York an address by Elder Bernard named Woodrow Parfrey was Brockbank, an Assistant to the a™ 1 * ™ GIs who served Council of the Twelve Apostles of' the LDS Church. Television •=£^*V« KAWJS& Saturday at 7 p.m. on Channel automobile mechanic. "• ... The Army tested him to find a Elder Brockbank's principal Suita bi e occupation and the assignment is that of supervisor resu its were surprising. They of the South American Missions, indicated Woody should become He has been managing director of the Mormon Pavilions at the New York's World Fair, Hemlsfair '68 in San Antonio, Texas, and Expo '70 in Osaka, "I don't play a scene for the audience. I play it for me. The thing that I'm concerned with is what my life character force is in a given situation." On Tuesday he guest-stars as Reese in "The Tangled Web" on Channel 4's "The Mod Squad" at 6:30 p.m. Reese is a security guard in a building that is robbed. As played by Woody, Reese is not one of those guards who stands around and doesn't do very much. You have never really seen a security guard until you've seen Woody play one. 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