Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1969 · Page 16
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HfVaHMOV FAVtTTtVILLt, AMUNSM Strange, Funny Moments Seen On Sunday Specials played liis TV wife for five years had one funny musical number in which they ran through just about all the plots for married-life comedy shows. The dance number set in a ski lodge with everybody leaping around with one leg in a cast and waving a pair of crutches was off-beat, ingenious and must effective. Miss Moore, an excellent dancer n n d passable singer- · . . . . ,. .... r i w h v isn't she guest-starring on f u l l y to lie camera: l y e been L, · ,,, H t ^ circuil? _ hat | a ^ · ^ E l . ^ r ^ h e ' a n d ^ i c " " - »» m '- » TM* *** worked together in n reprise of "l.nuBh-In's" weekly bit star By CYNTHIA LOWKY AP Tolevislon Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- A special on NBC Sunday night that was close kin to a weekly show called "Laugh-In" had some strange and funny moments. H was called "Like Hen." Lucille Ball, playing the part of a fairy godmother, turned her TV competition. Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, into a chicken and a rabbit and confided glee- ,, r . . : ( _ . i _ i l _ _ ,.!' I I " ' l i n g the spinster and the dirty old man on the park bench. Diana Ross, without her sing 'lg teammates, the Supremes. traced the feminist movement. A cnuple of numbers didn't work too well-- a long sketch in which the stars played bricie and groom decorations on a wedding cake and an anthology of Fungs about food and drink. turned out to be as much at CAREFREE TOO HOURS cj.se m a dance number as m i Al ratc , , hf , two sprchlls c.osp harmony. And Dinah Shore-hostess and si;,r n! the show p a r t i c i p a t e d MI ^,11. Kag? and sharp one h n ,-.-, tt!,,cli adaed some spice Hi HOUR !t \ \ , : ^ a gav. giddy hour t h a t j : :iddcl TV's current nonviolence combined to provide a carefree couple of hours. Karlier CBS wound up its ex fcllcut coverage of the Masters yotf tournament at. Augusta. Ga.. \\hero George Archer won close finish. The work was good and the eom- wi!h a sketch about "nonvi- ·:i murrior." The sketch iB.i'etl the blood thirsty plots of 'tin- 1 ' Goo^e tales and still ndwic-hcd in some very elfoc- r singing and handsome ^ nrinL! number. One complaint I !p hand occasionally player! loj'd that the words of the ·.iicrs r-nuld not be heard. Ka'-i'er Die:; Van Dyke and i r v Tvler Moore were reunit- n'i CBS for an hnur t h a t was t a l i l e foi' a couple of innst i m i n a l i v e production numbers, ic theme, hnwovi"'. was largc- nost'il"!,-! -for thc good oldir,. o m vs of "The Dick Van Dyke! . mentary concise and restrained. Recommended tonight: "3 Revolutions per Monkee." \'BC. 7-8 CST, rock special starring tlie singing quartet: "Carol Channing Proudly Presents the Deadly Si'ns." ABC. 8-9. musical comedy special with Danny Thomas and Carol Bur n o t t : Academy Awards presentations. ABC. !) conclusion, live from Lns Angeles. ALL T 1 I K PLOTS DM-!; ,"nd t h e actress Shoes Dyed PHILADELPHIA Loan Repaid DENVER (API -- A farmer northeastern Colorado L'ave the government $250 Friday as payment in full for feder al loans of $1.100 he received in . U.S. Ally. Lawrence M. Henry said the farmer. Albert C. 0. Packer, apparently forgot about the debt and so did thc govern Amur,! the footwear gathered a i l m e n t . It w a s n ' t u n t i l December Pt. John's Hospice lor distribu- t:i.n to the poor was a pair of shucs donated by John Cardinal K-ol of Philadelphia. The cardinal's red shoes had hra dyrd black, following a cli- m.-tive i'rom Rome fur simplifi- r.-'tion of ceremonial garb. of Afj'ieiilftire sent a "payment due" notice to Packer, who lives in Ihe small town of Joes, Colo. "You know how a re. said Packer. "If you aren't reminded to pay them a person kiuda forgets." 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