The Town Talk from Alexandria, Louisiana on September 10, 1972 · Page 64
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TV SECTION PAGE FOUR ALEXANDRIA DAILY TOWN TALK. ALEXANDRIA-PINEVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1972 TELEVISION MOVIES (Continued from Page 2) he really wants. "AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS," Channels 8,9,10,(12) at 8 p.m. -(19f)(i) Charles Boyer, Joe E. Brown. Tells of Phileas Fogs, who bets 20,000 pounds he can circle the globe in 80 days. "WINCHESTER," Channel 3 at 10:30 p.m. (1950) James Stewart, Shelley Winters. The story follows a rifle from hand to hand in the Old West, with the weapon affecting the lives of those who possess it. "THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA," Channel 8 at 10:30 p.m. - (1958) Spencer Tracy, Felipe Paos. The Ernest Hemingway novel comes to life, with its story of the poor fisherman who wages an epic battle with a huge maiiin. "THE ROUNDERS," Channels 9, (12) at 1:30 p.m. - (15) Glenn Ford, Henry Fonda. Take a horse with a taste for whiskey and put him in a rodeo. Friday "PAT AND MIKE," Channel (3) at 8 a.m. (1952) Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn. A gal sports whiz finds her golfing is a bit off when she is caught between her proper fiance and a tough-talking sports promoter. "WINCHESTER 73," Channel 3 at 8:30 a.m. - See Thursday at 10:30 p.m. "THE ALL AMERICAN," Channel 3 at 3:30 p.m. - (1953) Tony Curtis, Lori Nelson. The misadventures of a great football player, trying to find peace of mind on a small college campus. "GO FOR BROKE," Channel (3) at 3:30 p.m. (1951) Van Johnson, Lane Nakano. This is the story of a World War II unit comprised entirely of Nisei (American-born Japanese) soldiers, and their commanding officer, played by Johnson. "AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS," Channel 8, 9, 10, (12) at 8 p.m. - See Thursday at 8 p.m. "TRACK OF THE CAT," Channel 3 at 10:30 p.m. - (1954) Robert Mitchum, Teresa Wright. Eight people in snowbound Northern California, search inside their souls while they worry about the mountain lion outside. "SWEE BIRD OF YOUTH," Channel (3) at 10:30 p.m. - (19G2) Paul Newman, Geraldinc Page. The full gamut of human relations from love, ambition, hatred, lust, cruelty and hypocrisy come into action in this fine screen adaptation of the famous Tennessee Williams play. "THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA," Channels 8,10, (12) at 10:30 p.m. - See Thursday at 10:30 p.m. "FRONTIER HELLCAT," Channel 9 at 10:30 p.m. - (1906) Elke Sommcr, Stewart Granger. Frontier scouts guide daughter of a diamond dealer through the Rockies; gang disguised as Indians kidnap her and wish they hadn't Saturday "HOUDINI," Channel 9 at 2 p.m. -(1953) Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh. The life story of the world's greatest escape art ist and a fine magician to boot "FLAME OVER INDIA," Channel 9 at 10 p.m. Kenneth More, Lauren Bacall. Efforts of a British army captain to provide safety for a maharajah's young son and his American governess during a violent Moslem uprising. "SOME COME RUNNING, " Channel (3) at 10:20 p.m. - (1959) Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine. Discharged from the Army, a bitter writer returns to his home town and to a welcome not at all cordial. "ALONG GAME A SPIDER," Channel 10 at 10:30 p.m. - (1969) Ed Nelson, Suzanne Plesnette. Late physicist's wife vows to probe cause of his death, despite all. "THE 48 HOUR MILE," Channel (12) at 10:30 p.m. (1970) Darren McGavin, William Windom. Triangle of tragedy is challenge for a private eye. "DESPERATE HOURS," Channel (7) at 10:35 p.m. - (1957) Fredric March, Humphrey Bogart. Three desperated convicts escape from prison and terrorize a family in whose house they take refuge from the law. "STRANGE BEDFELLOWS," Channel 2 at 10:45 p.m. Information unavailable. "WEEK-END AT DUNKIRK," Channel 8 at 11:30 p.m. - (1966) Jean Paul Belmondo, Catherine Spaak. The bid of a wandering group of French soldiers to the British to evacuate them, too, so that they can continue the fight against the Nazis "YOUR ONE STOP SEWING CENTER " HANCOCK FABRICS 2 Locations 920 MacArthti- Drive Alexandria, La. Phone 445-2212 Pine Plaza Shopping Center 1600 Mil. Hwy., Pineville JOpen Mon.-Fri. 9 A.M.-8 P.M. Sat.9A.M.-S:30P.M. Richard Castellano: the Sincere Guy By Dick Kleiner HOLLYWOOD - Richard S. Castellano, who was part of one kind of family in "The Godfather," spent his summer in an entirely different kind of family. He started in ABC's hot-weather series. The Super, which did so well it could become a regular on the network's schedule next January The series had originally been intended for the fall season but was rushed into production for July and August. "When I heard that," Castellano says, "I made some impossible demands and they met them all. But we had terrible script problems because we just weren't ready. It's done well, despite that, and now we're pretty sure that we'll go on again in January, possibly sooner." When he works, he loses weight, so he's down now to a relatively svelte 260, as opposed to the 295 he scaled when he did "The Godfather." The middle initial S. which he uses doesn't stand for Slim, however. He likes to say, grandly, that it stands for Salange, and he even got Dick Cavett to fall for that tale on Dick's talk show Richard Castellano But the truth is that his middle name is Salvatore. "My father wants me to use it," he says, because Salvatore was my oldest brother's name. He died before I was born He died from a kick in the stomach when he was 15 we lived in Hell's Kitchen, a tough section of New York." His is a loyal family, like the Corleones of "The Godfather," although engaged in more peaceful pursuits. Castellano hired his daughter on The Super. Margaret is as slender as he is big and he calls her Little Mouse. He's loyal to his friends, too. The girl who played his wife on The Super, Ardell Sheridan, is an old friend, and she's been his on-stage wife several times before, notably in "The Godfather." But he isn't as kindly disposed to producers. In fact, he gets angry about producers. He says, "they don't give the actors their fair share. And they don't make enough pictures. There's an audience out there, crying to be entertained, but the producers don't make pictures. "I get mad when I find myself acting with guys who are just hamburgers, when a lot of fine actors can't find jobs. George Sanders cuts his wrists because he can't find a job and I have to act with hamburgers." WMiftl IO fkf U 10 1H 1111 eelted GEGB PHONE RHONE For A Loan! FRANKLIN FINANCE 1100 4th St. Behind Kress Phone 442-7761 GREAT GIFT FOR ANY OCCASION ! Also the pe rfect gift for dad's office at home or for mom or the high school or college student. Free Gifts with the purchane of Model 22O-2I0.I20-110 or Classic 12 FRKK FOLDING T Mil K CIIOICK. OF I of 10 OTHF.K GIFTS. GARRETT OFFICE SUPPLIES, INC. 4 13 Murray Phone 4-424418 (iettrfie ny, "Get it from Garrett " WW. 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