Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York on September 3, 1966 · 19
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Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York · 19

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Saturday, September 3, 1966
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SEPTEMBER 5 (C) Denotes Color 6:00 P. M. CD Six O'Clock Report OCDCDNewt O Movie, "Kidnappsd" 6:30 P. M. ESQ) News O Syracuse U. Football fD Superman (C) ID Huntley-Brinkley fD News (C) GJ Margie 7:00 P. M. Q Twilight Zone O Littlest Hobo OED News CD Huckleberry Hoynd CD CD Giants vs. Dodgers CD Fashions for Milady CD Star Performance 7:30 P. M. CD Honeymooners O Q(BS) To Tell the Truth OQ6D 12 O'Clock High 8:00 P. M. CD Hawaiian Eye OOCDEB I've Got a Secret 8:30 P. M. OOED Jesse James OOQEB Vacation Playhouse 9:00 P.M. OQCDED Andy Griffith (C) CD Movie, "The Woman and the Hunter" OOED Shenandoah 9:30 P. M. O Movie OOED Peyton Place COED Hazel (C) O Law and Mr. Jones ' 10:00 P.M. CD Run for Your Life OOED Big Valley (C) OQCDES Talent Scouts (C) 10:30 P.M. CD Zane Grey Theater 11:00 P.M. OOOCDCDES6DCD News Q Route 66 CD Movie 11:20 P.M. QQ Movie 11:30 P.M. OCD Movie CD Johnny Carson (C) ED Movie Midnight O Divorce Court 1:00 A.M. OCD News ED News, Movie Frank Cady, Sam Drucker of "Petticoat Junction,,, played a" season of British repertory in London at J.B. Priestley's Westminster Theater after graduation from Stanford University. Star Gazer's TV Cinmiels CD O o o o CD CD ED CD CD WSYE WBEN WHEN WKBW WNYS WPIX WNBF WDAU WINR WBJA NBC CBS CBS ABC ABC Ind. CBS CBS NBC ABC ! ANNIVERSARY Both Mary Stuart and "Search for Tomorrow," oldest daytime serial on tv, mark their 15th anniversary on Monday (12:30 p.m.) on CBS. Miss Stuart created the role of Joanne Tate when "Search for Tomorrow" originated on the network, Sept. 3, 195L Noon (Channel 7) "The Actress." (1953) (Part I) Spencer Tracy, Jean Simmons, Teresa Wright, Anthony Perkins. 1 p.m. (Channel 18) "Johnny Concho." (1956) Frank Sinatra, Keenan Wynn. 4:30 p.m. (Channel 4) "Once Upon a Time." (1944) Cary Grant, Janet Blair. 4:30 p.m. (Channel 40) "Vice Squad." (1953) Edward G. Robinson, Paulette Goddard. 5 p.m. (Channel 5) "It's a Big Country." (1951) Ethel Barrymore, Keefe Braselle. 6 p.m. (Channel 7) "Kidnapped." (1938) Warner Baxter, Freddie Bartholomew. 9 p.m. (Channel 11) "The Woman and the Hunter." (1957) Ann Sheridan, David Farrar. 9:30 p.m. Channel 5) - The cast ana crew of The Hawk, filming the ABC-TV series in New York, has discovered one big advantage: if you happen to set up cameras near someone celebrating, you are apt to be asked to join the celebration. While shooting a street scene on East End Ave., one of the city's most exclusive streets, a couple in a first floor apartment was celebrating a birthday with champagne. They supplied the whole crew with champagne as part of the celebration. Another time The Hawk stopped traffic when it didn't mean to. They were filming a scene in a Rolls-Royce as it moved through city streets. In order to pick up dialogue, two sound men were tied in the trunk of the car, with their equipment. Reactions to this sight were so many and so loud the plan had to be abandoned. Joey Heatherton taped a segment of The Andy Williams Show set for Sept. 25 in which she does a dance that starts Monday's Top Shows VACATION PLAYHOUSE (8:30 p.m., Channels 4-5-12-22) "Off We Go." Michael Burns plays a teenager who is a colonel in the Air Force. Dick Foran Is his commanding general. RUN FOR YOUR LIFE (10 p.m., Channels 140) Hoodlums on Wheels." John Drew Barrymore and Mar sha Hunt star in melodrama about motorcycle beat niks. MOVIE ( p.m.. Channel 7) "Kidnapped." (1938) Warner Baxter, Freddie Bartholomew; An unscrupulous Scotchman kidnaps his nephew and attempts to ship him to the Carolina as a slave. MOVIE (0:30 p.m., Channel 5) "Windom's Way." (1957) Peter Finch, Mary try a reconciliation after Spanish Castles in 'Camelot' HOLLYWOOD Although a large portion of Warner Bros.' studio space is being filled by sets for "Camelot," the film company has scheduled several weeks of advance production shooting for the picture in Spain. Castles believed to resemble those of the shadowy Arthurian period will be photographed. Jack L. Warner, the studio chief who is personally producing "Camelot," and Director Joshua Logan have selected seven castles in Spain and another "Winaoms wa." U5l) Peter Finch, Mary Ure. 11 p.m. (Channel 11) "The Cheaters." (1945) Joseph Schild-kraut, Billie Burke. 11:20 p.m. (Channel 4) "Border Incident." (1949) Ricar-do Montalban, George Murphy. 11:25 p.m. (Channel 22) "Lonely Heart." (1958) Montgomery Clift, Robert Ryan. 11:30 p.m. (Channel 7) "It Takes a Thief." (1959) Jayne Mansfield, Anthony Quayle. 11:30 p.m. (Channel 12) "Practically Yours." (1944) Claudette Colbert, Fred Mac-Murray. 11:35 p.m. (Channel 5) "Bhowani Junction." (1956) Ava Gardner, Stewart Granger. 1:05 a.m. Channel 22) "That Other Woman." (1942) Dan Dur-yea, Virginia Gilmore. REPORTS when she breaks through a pop art "carpet." Throughout a week of rehearsal, Joey was unable to break through the heavy gauge paper used. So, when taping time came, everyone held his breath that Joey would make it through the paper. She did. Frankie Laine, back from a tour of Japan, claims the best restaurant in Tokyo has only two tables, each seating only seven people. "The chef cooks the dinner right at your table," laughs Frankie, "and you help him. It's sort of an audience participation show." Danny Thomas may yet top the famed Sarah Bernhardt's record for number of retirements. Danny has tried each year to quit the grind of weekly television. He finally succeded, and will be seen next season only In a series of NBC specials. But, rumor has it, the season after will see Danny coming back Into the weekly grind. How can you come back when you have never been away? mmmmmmmmsmsm Ure; A doctor and bis wife many months apart. on the island of Majorca as settings for the musical play. The Majorca ancient fortress will be Sir Lancelot's estate in the story. Work at the studio is to begin about Oct. 1, with Richard Harris portraying King Arthur, Vanessa Redgrave as Queen Guen-evere, and Franco Nero as Lancelot. The picture will have a four months filming schedule at the studio. "Camelot" is based on the famed stage hit by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe. PAST. PRESENT, FUTURE Julie Christie's three major starring roles have covered a lot of ground in terms of time. "Dr. Zhivago," was past history, "Darling" was contem-pory, and her latest, Universale "Fahrenheit 451" is a science fiction thriller dealing with the future. Give yourself a raise ... higher returns! By placing your funds where they achieve our liberal earnings, you can give your-self a raise. Your savings will be a source of income as well as provision for future security. Open your account soon. Our present rate of earnings . . . 4Vi 9H NORTH MMN STREET EiMlRA This Star Shows Real Generosity NEW YORK Jill Haworth, who gets top billing in the upcoming Broadway musical, "Cabaret," indicated why she is one of the show world's better-liked ingenues. European star Lotte Lenya is featured in the play. By tradition, Jill would get the star's dressing room, which is on the stage floor. Jill insisted that Miss Lenya, in her 60's, take the more convenient dressing room while she hikes up the stairs to the one originally allotted Miss Lenya. Chain Dretsert Deik Table Bench Comer Cabinets Many Other DRAKE Fuel Builders Supply Company CATON AVENUE Tel. RE 3-6558 Open Mon. Evenings Till 8 P. M. UN PAINTED FURNITURE One of the Largest Stocks la This Areal CHEMlijNG VALLEY 1 AVI KIT, PM0N1 73X9i

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