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F4 MONDAY, JULY 13, 1992 R I.OS ANGELES TIMES Carson Signs Deal With NBC for New Shows Franklin MORNING REPORT Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation 's press. TELEVISION Franklin tO Return: Gary Franklin and his Franklin scale of reviewing movies will soon be back on TV in Los Angeles, but on KCOP Channel 13. Jeff Wald, head of news at the station, said that Franklin will begin his new job as entertainment reporter on Aug. 3, and he'll again use his well-known scale to rank films. Franklin had given 1-10 ratings 10 being best to movies as a reviewer in Los Angeles since 1981 before quitting to go to work as a TV consultant in Germany last year. At that time he said he was no longer interested in reviewing movies. But after his experiences in Germany, he changed his mind. "I had six months of loneliness and non-recognizability, and I realized how lucky I was (in L.A.I. I did not appreciate what I was able to do here," Franklin told The Times. "As long as I could do reviews that exercise my social conscience, 1 wanted to get back on the air." ROggin'S Heroes: KNBC Channel 4's Fred Roggin is Barcelona-bound. The sportscaster will cover the 1992 Summer Olympics live from Spain beginning with the opening ceremonies on July 25. His reports, focusing on highlights from the games and features on Southern California athletes, will air daily throughout the Olympics. POPROCK Axl Arrested: Federal agents arrested Guns N' Roses lead singer Axl Rose at Kennedy International Airport in New York Sunday on misdemeanor charges filed after violence broke out at a St. Louis concert a year ago. Rose was cooperative when arrested by U.S. Custom agents on a warrant from St. Louis prosecutors, a spokesman said. Rose was turned over to the New York police. He was taken into custody after he arrived on a flight from Paris. MOVIES Cruising. Tom Cruise and his agent of almost 11 years, Creative Artists Agency's Paula Wagner, are forming a film production company. CAA announced Sunday that Cruise and Wagner's company will develop and produce movies, some of which will include Cruise as an actor or director. The new company has not been named yet. THE ARTS Real-Time 'T0SCa': Following a true-to-Puccini timetable, a cast led by tenor Plicido Domingo staged a live version of "Tosca" in Rome over the weekend, singing the opera at noon, night and the following morning in the actual Roman church, palace and castle where the composer set the action. The production, with Catherine Malfitano in the title role, was broadcast live to millions of viewers in about 50 countries. During the opera, conductor Zubin Mehta cued the orchestra and chorus from a television production center. There was one mishap: Domingo took a fall during Act I, but was not seriously hurt. The production did not air in the United States over the weekend, but is scheduled on PBS in the fall. GoOdby Old Glory: Barbara Kruger's monumental mural, "Untitled (Questions)," a landmark work on the south wall of the Museum of Contemporary Art's Temporary Contemporary in Little Tokyo, is scheduled to be painted over this weekend as part of an agreement between MOCA, Kruger and Little Tokyo community groups that the mural would be taken down after two years. The mural, nearly the size of a football field, depicts an American Flag whose stripes are made up of nine politically themed questions , such as "Who is beyond the law?" "Who is free to choose?" "Who ; salutes longest?" and "Who prays loudest?" Spat in SpoletO: The Vatican slammed the Festival of the Two Worlds in Spoleto, Italy, for putting on a dance show by New York-based choreographer Bill T. Jones because it ends in nudity. "The Last Supper at Uncle Tom's Cabin," opened in a deconsecrated church in Spoleto last week. The performance, a protest against racism and discrimination, ends with all the dancers stripping naked to symbolize equality and was staged in Los Angeles recently. "The shameless ostentation of mass nudity . . . was a pointless and stupid provocation which seeks out scandal by offending spectators," the Vatican newspaper said. The jamboree of European and U.S. culture began on June 24 and ended Sunday. BETH KLEID bo LIZ SMITH Don't Fence Her In NEW YORK People are talking about Ann Richards. And New Yorkers are clawing to get a little itty-bitty piece of the popular governor of Texas. ( Please, even if you are our best friend, don t keep calling joe Armstrong ana yours truly asking us to help you meet Ann.) It's only been a short time since Ann found out that she had to co-chair the Democratic Convention in New York. Before that, she was coming up here "just for the ride" like any other good Democratic governor, sup porting Bill Clinton. And she was to attend a private party being given for her by two Texas-in-New-York pals, me and Joe. Back then, the governor had a staff of six. TnHflv shf is runniner the convention and has Richards a staff 0f 40. Says her aide, Chula Reynolds: "Ann is really excited about the Russian Tea Room get-together. I think it's the only 'fun' thing she now has on her agenda." People are talking, all right 1 went to lunch at the Four Seasons with one of Conde Nast's jewels in its crown, Art Cooper of GQ. The place was full of magazine types and we discovered they are still speculating as to what Tina Brown will do to the New Yorker. (Far from being upset, I think the majority of New Yorker rank and file see it as a plus, a chance to keep the publication alive and thriving.) So the latest round of gossip has to do with Tina's having been seen in a ground-breaking confab with Richard Avedon up at Conde Nast. Maybe there will be a whole new concept in the future for the mag created by Harold Ross and carried on by William Shawn and Bob Gottlieb. Change it must, seems to me. Photographer Avedon is, of course, the greatest of the great, a legend in his own lifetime. In the '40s, he and Diana Vreeland daringly changed the face of fashion magazines. He helped make both Harper's Bazaar and Vogue what they are today. One of the first calls made by the savvy Liz Tilberis when she took over Bazaar recently was to that's right Avedon. She is said to have numerbus consultations with the master over the look of her new covers. Robert Duvall is right now traipsing through the streets of Buenos Aires with a film crew from National Geographic, in order to bring all of us the history of the tango! Duvall's wife, Sharon, their dog and several friends are along for the tour. This will be a cinema v&nte look at the the sensual tango and the sensual people who perform it, including Mr. Duvall himself, who makes his dancing debut on this show! You can see the Oscar winner do his stuff later this.year on PBS' "Explorer" series. Television: Former Tonight' host will originate programs, including specials in which he will star. By RICK DU BROW TIMES TELEVISION WRITER Less than two months after he retired as host of "The Tonight Show," Johnny Carson has signed a new contract with NBC, network Entertainment President Warren Littlefield announced during the weekend. Littlefield said Saturday that Carson, who left "Tonight" after 30 years in an emotional farewell May 22, has agreed to an exclusive "multi-year contract" in which he would "star in andor develop a variety of original programs." Carson's company will produce the shows. It is understood that the contract is for two years Carson's usual pattern with NBC in the past and that the programs will include specials in which he would star. "Our appetite for Johnny Carson is huge," Littlefield told the nation's TV columnists at the Century Plaza hotel during their semiannual press tour. Littlefield said that he "sleeps better at night" knowing that Carson is in NBC's camp again. He added that "John has not decided exactly what he wants to do" but that he "has decided he wants to do it at NBC. ... We are thrilled to have Johnny back 'home' with NBC." The NBC entertainment chief X gave a vote of confidence to Carson's successor on "Tonight," Jay Leno. "We're thrilled with what Jay is doing," he said. But Littlefield indicated that there were still problems in ascertaining whether David Letterman will remain at NBC after expiration of his contract next April. "We want him to continue," Littlefield said, but he declined to discuss details of any possible negotiations. "Dave is a very tough guy to read," he said. Littlefield also announced that "Saturday Night Live's" Dana Carvey, rumored to be a candidate as a late-night host if Letterman OPENINGS Orange County openings can be found in What Goes On. F2 . JAZZ BILL WATROUS, RUTH PRICE (Moonlight Tango Cafe, 13730 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, 818 788-2000). The facile trombonist leads his invigorating Refuge West big band and is joined by the ace singer. 8 p.m. REGGIE HAMILTON (Le Cafe. The Room Upstairs. 14633 Ventura Blvd.. Sherman Oaks, 818 986-26621. This musician, one of the town's top contemporary jazz bassists, invites a few colleagues in for spontaneouscombustion. 9 p.m. STAGE "THE FISHMAN COMETH" (First Stage, United Methodist Church. 6817 Franklin Ave.. Hollywood. 213 850-6271). Reading of a play about a Hollywood hopeful by Robert Thompson 7 p.m. "SEVEN SUNDAYS" (Odyssey Theatre, 2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd., West Los Angeles. 310 477-2055). Theatre 40 s production of Michael Scott Reed's play about an unlikely friendship between two young men. 8 p.m. Regular schedule: Monday-Wednesday 8 p.m. Ends Aug. 5. "SINGING RINGMASTER" (Tom Rolla's Gardenia. 7066 Santa Monica Blvd.. Hollywood. 213 467-7444). Equity Fights AIDS benefit cabaret series presents Eric Gillett from the Barnum & Bailey Circus. 9 p.m. POPROCK LIVE (Roxy. 9009 Sunset Blvd., 310 276-2222). "Mental Jewelry" is the debut album by these young Pennsylvania alternative popsters. Also. Wire Train, Spent Poets. 8 p.m. ART "CAUGHT BETWEEN THE SHEETS" (L A. Photo Center, 412 S. Park View St.. 2 13 383-7342). Multimedia exhibition dealing with the struggles, conflicts and advantages of second-generation Korean-American women, featuring 30 paintings, photographs, videotapes and installations by 19 artists. 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He said Carvey will remain with "Saturday Night Live" at least through the November elections. In other announcements, Littlefield said Henry Winkler will also star in a new comedy series, John Candy will appear in a group of one-hour specials, and the network has acquired the network rights to such motion pictures as "Batman Returns," "JFK," "The Addams Family," "Star Trek VI," "Wayne's World," "Doc Hollywood," "Thel- ma & Louise," "Russia House," "Bugsy," "The Fisher King" and "The Prince of Tides." Littlefield said that NBC will have its 1992-93 season premieres of "Seinfeld," "Blossom" and "I Witness Video" in August, rather than the traditional month of September, and that a new series, "Secret Service," about the federal agency, will also have its debut in August. Asked about the recurring rumor that NBC is up for sale, Littlefield said: "I'm not allowed to comment on it." TAKE THE RIDE OF YOUR LIFE DIME MORE TIME! 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