The Kerrville Times from Kerrville, Texas on March 22, 1992 · Page 41
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Hill Country Television 3 How did Fonda die in 'Great Notion'? By Steven Alan McOaw Questions: t. How did Henry Fonda die in the film Sometimes a Great Notion! (Bonus: This film is also known by another title. What is it?) 2. Who played hoodlum guru Alan O'Dale in Robin and the Seven Hoods? 3. Identify the actor who played Buck (the reinsman) in 1939's Stagecoach. 4. What was the first Western motion picture allowed to film in Moscow's Red Square? 5. This epic film was set in Kirrary, Ireland. 6. Anne Bancroft's husband is ... 7. Who originally supplied the voice of Donald Duck? 8. Alphabetically speaking, the seventh dwarf is ... Answers: snoiqnp e upns papjcoos S«M aouoq in qons XO.M 'aunoo jo 'uapuoM 3UQ) iqsnpg saurar put jaWauazjBMips pioujy taunts 'JK>H pay s.g86I > 3U1A3Q *P«V '£ tit MIQ j3A3tf paipn osn si auotu aqj. •93JlBUMOp8utnn33|iqMp3ip3H 'I Look back at works of filmdom greats By Dan Rice Catch a star that's down to earth in the expanded, special edition of Refac- tions on the Silver Screen With Professor Richard Brown featuring Jack Lemmon. The highly respected actor, whose film credits include Some Like it Hot, The Apartment, The Fortune Cookie, Mister Roberts and The Great Race, will discuss his life and career in the one-hour program airing on AMC Wednesday, March 25. On the other skk of the Iras, director Martin Scorsese has guided many of Hollywood's most talented players through memorable performances. This week on Cinemax, Director's Chair Martin Scorsese presents daily selections from Scorsese's body of Work. Monday, March 23, brings the musical drama New York, New York, starring Robert De Niro and Liza Minnelli, while on Tuesday the network offer* The Last Waltz, an excellent documentary on The Band. Who's That Knocking on My Door?, the director's debut feature, airs Wednesday, followed by two more De Niro veiuctet, Taxi Driver on Thursday and GoodfeUas on Friday. Go to SM with ESPN Saturday, March 28. for the beginning of their live coverage of the 1992 America's (pup. Ship-board cameras bring home more than 100 hours of the yacht race through the America's Cup finals matches in May. This sensitive talk-show host once wore a dress on his show. The answer to the Crossword Quiz is found within the answers in the puzzle. To find the answer, unscramble the letters noted with asterisks within the puzzle. ACROSS I. Series sal in an airport 5. Hayes or Keller 9. Word in the title of Pat Sajak's show 10. Tennessee's Dolly 13. Wile o( a prince 14. Word in the title ol Danny Thomas' original series 15. Monogram for Sommer 17. Type of bicycle 19. Affirmative response 20. Black in Paris 22. Elaborate vases 24. Author of Murders in the Rue Morgue 25. One who currently stars with Bea Arthur 26. Center ol activity 27. Fraternity letter 28. Shine's partner, in phrase 29. 1965 Beatles movie 31. Edie's initials 32. Barbara's portrayer on Empty Nest 37. _Law 38. Star of TVs Batman 39. Continent: abbr. 41. George and Louise Jefferson's son 43. _ the Worid Turns 44. Mary _; girt on The Waltons 45. Nick DOWN 1. -Designing" people, in series title 2. Famous Kipling poem 3. Family dr. 4. Gilbert ol Roseanne 5. Down_ 6. Suffix for damp or dark 7. Mr. _; old series 8. Malkxys love on Family Ties 4 others II. Star of Happy Days 12. Upside-down dot OTVL»U«»I* 16. Role for Estelle Getty 17. Emcae from Canada 18. Role for Candies Bergen 19. Rote for Sharon Glass 21. Promissory notes 23. Trick 28. Delia _ 30. Old-fashioned 33. Weather forecast 34. Altar words (2) 35. Word with Jose or Juan 36. Govt. agents 40. O'Neill's rote on Married ...With Children 41. _Mans; 1971 Steve McQueen film 42. Seel 43. a loss; perplexed MARILYN MONROE'S last week of life is examined in Marilyn: Something's Got To Give Saturday on the Fox Network. 1940s star Diana Lynn died in December 1971 Belinda Martin of Pipe Creek writes, "/ just saw the film 'Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,' starring Diana Lynn. What has happened to her?" The 1940s star of light comedies was bom Dolly Loehr OcL 7,1926, in Los Angeles, Calif., the daughter of an oil company executive. Mrs. Loehr was an accomplished pianist, as was her daughter. The future actress broke into films playing a child pianist in the movie "There's Magic in Music" when she was 16. The following year, she made her concert debut in Los Angeles. At the outbreak of World War II. she played at numerous benefit concerts and in 1946 she produced a three record album on which she performed Mozart's "Rondo," "Laura" and "Body and Soul." The doe-eyed California native made her stage debut in Ibsen's "The Wild Duck" at the City Center in New York City. After appearing in several productions she returned to the Golden State where she appeared in such films as "The People Against O'Hara," opposite comedian Jerry Lewis, "My Friend Irma," with Marie Wilson in the title role, "Plunderer in the Sun" and "Track of the Cat." starring 1940s heartthrob Robert Mitchum. Also, "Henry Aldrich Plays Cupid," "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," "And the Angel Sings," "Every Girl Should Be Married," "My Friend Irma Goes West," Meet Me at the Fair." "You're Never Too Young," "The Kenluc- kian," "The Annapolis Story," and probably her most popular film, the hilarious comedy "Miracle at Morgan's Creek," opposite Betty Hutton. In the later film, made in 1944, JACK LEMMON, Oscar winner, is guest on AMC's Reflection on the Silver Screen Wednesday. I wonder what happened to...? The actress, though retired from the screen fcr 15 years, was returning to the screen in 1971 in Joan Didion's best seller "Play It As It Lays," when on Dec. 10, she suffered a stroke and died nine days later in Mount Sinai Hospital. Lynn played the friend of Hutton, who attends an all-night party, gets pregnant, and forgets who the father is. Risque for its time, the movie was one of the most popular of the year. Off-screen, the actress was married in 1948 to architect John C. Lindsay. That marriage ended in divorce in 1953. In 1956, she married Mortimer Hall, then president and general manager of Radio Station KLAC in Hollywood. Hall, who had previously been married to actress Ruth Roman, was the son of Dorothy Schriff, editor in chief and publisher of the New York Post. He later became treasurer of that newspaper. By Hall, Lynn had four children, Matthew, Dorothy, Mary and Margaret. The actress, though retired from the screen for 15 years was relum- ing to the screen in 1971 in Joan Didion's best seller "Play It As It Lays," when on Dec. 10, she suffered a stroke and died nine days later in Mount Sinai Hospital. — By MICHAEL BOWLIN Address your questions to "I WONDER WHAT HAPPENED TO... ?," P.O. Box 1428, KerrviUe 78028. SOLUTION TO PAGE 19 PUZZLE LJLJLd QQQ LJUyaiJLl LJUOCl LJLJLJ 3D LDuaaQ ULiaaa uoaaa 3aa Itagga ana aLJCiaau jaaa IQDQCJ Ljuauau aaaaa aaaa ago (jaaLia auuaa auaaaa DQB uaaaa uaaaa uaaaaa Guaaa Qua aaa aaaaa ui'iGOUU uLTJjii auaaoi J-i j uaagaa uauaa uGlnaa J11 aaaa auaun auat an 'juaaai anao aaaariu iitu LjiiLuuij aaa uaau;! utifjcu Licit magci ann annu uaui JLJ acid ndki Jfja 1U3CJL3 ilLjrjaa J Ljuuaan i.jancianu aa.j LJULIJ uiiiJUDjcjn ia in i i;u I hJ'J

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