The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on May 15, 1967 · Page 19
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TV REVUE AND PREVUE Ogden Standard-Examiner, Monday, May 15, 1967 7B Poor's Odds, Ends A Great Collection (Editor's note: The Jack Parr ihow will be seen on a delayed basis in the Ogden area next Saturday night.) By CYNTHIA LOWR Y NEW YORK (AP) - J a c k Paar turned a curious jumble of jokes, gags, blow-ups and guest s t a r s--plus the casual atmosphere show, of his into a old late-evening highly diverting hour on NBC Sunday night. itrated the verses with chalk cm huge sheets of paper, sketching j the beasts in broad, funny | strokes in time with the music. It was as much fun for grownups as the kids. All three networks started Saturday's satellite coverage of the Pope's pilgrimage to Fatima too early, with the resuli that there was a lot of time-filling talk until the papal party got into camera range. After Only Paar, with his own indi-| tha ( the coverage went smooth vidual approach, could havejjy made it work so smoothly since there was almost no shape or form to the show. Titled'"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Hollywood," Paar opened the show with a string of wisecracks -- TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS The Lucy Show. Ch. 5. 6:30 p.m. (color), (repeat). A typical Lucy affair with a frantic wind-! up..TV mogul Sheldon Leonard 1 ,. ..,,,,,.,_ appears as himself, hoping to "Hollywood, a drive-in Sodom j film a TV pilot at the bank Nat- and Gomorrah." "Even those lurally, Lucy recognizes Leon- palm trees are fakes - tele-M as a movie gangster and phone poles with wigs." "A fine thinks he's trying to rob her place to visit and a fine place to bank- ,, , _ _ _ ^ die-I've called Forest Lawn a j The Monkees. Ch. 2 7 p m . Disneyland for shut-ins." He brought on Bob Newhart, hardly a Hollywood fixture, for a repeat of his great sketch about the new night guard reporting in the night King Kong climbed the Empire State Build- (color). "Your Friendly Kidnaper." (repeat). A funny romp tuned in on the wave-length of the teen-agers, who get most out) victims of ing. There was no need for the .,. this , The Monkees an unscrupulous press agent who c o n c o c t s a wild kidnaping scheme in conjunction with a usual expensive dance numbers. Paar used film clips from 30- year-old movies instead. One of Busby Berkley's hideously elaborate production numbers of the 1930s was matched with recordings of "Down Town" and "Winchester Cathedral" and worked out nicely. GREAT SKETCH There was a batch of scenes from old movies showing James Cagney belting people around, a piece of salvaged fpm shot when the late W, C. Fields was surprised in mid-scene by a mild earthquake and then a faked interview with Paar asking questions that matched "answers" by Ronald Reagan, clipped from the former actor's very old movies. Judy Garland came out for a wandering conversation that sounded as if she and Paar were picking.up threads from a talk that started the previous night. It was funny stuff. The best was almost the last -- a series of "bloopers," saved from the cutting room floor. There was the dramatic scene spoiled with a cigarette lighter failed, another scene ruined with the door stuck and another when a workman walked across the "sky" behind a pilot in a plane worrying about his shortage of gasoline. It was just a lot of odds and ' ends pulled together, and it was just fine. Another delightful period Sunday was NBC's "CMdrens Theatre" special. The Boston Pops Orchestra played "Carnival of Animals" while Hugh Downs read Ogden Nash's amusing verses. But the star was artist Lisl Weil who illus- "boss" rock 'n roll logue is fast and hip i quartet of regulars are in all departments. Andy Griffith. Ch. 5. 7 p.m. (color), (repeat). Fans may en- a novice along on the opening day of the fishing season. Mama's boy Howard Sprague joins Sheriff Andy and son Opie by inviting himself, and manages to irritate everyone with, his ignorance and fancy equipment. Family Affair. Ch. 5. 7:30 p.m. (color). The show bypasses the twins tonight and concentrates on teen-age Cissy. She has date problems involving a s c h o o l dance and considers going with a movie actor friend of Uncle Bill's. The teen-ager scenes are relatively painless, and star Brian Keith carries the episode by underplaying his role. The Rat Patrol. Ch. 4. 7:30 p.m. (color). "The Life Against Death Raid." (repeat). Beautifully mounted as usual, this entry keeps moving at a rapid clip. The he-men of the desert campaign in North Africa disguised as German medics, take a big risk when they drive into a German field hospital to get aid for, a wounded member of their)' group. Felony Squad. Ch. 4. 8 p.m (color). "Fear B e l o w ! " peat). Tense and suspenseful cops and robbers yarn. Detective Jim Briggs is shot pursuing a thief and is left to die in a deserted sewer complex. Though the thief is picked up, he isnt talking, and Jim's co-workers are fighting time trying to locate him. semor. "Dr. T E L E V I S I O N P R O G R A M S ACCURACY of television schedule is the responsibility of the stations. The following is printed exactly as submitted to the Ogden Standard-Examiner. CHANNEL B KUTV (NBC) CHANNEL Q KCPX (ABC) CHANNEL 0 KSL (CBS) EDUCATIONAL TV STATIONS 7 KUID, Silt laka; 9 KOIT, 0|4lK; 11 KITU, Prove; II KWH, Ojdtl ·Denotes Color MONDAY, MAY IS EVENING 6:00 0 TV2 News at 6* O Cheyenne (In Progress) § Mr. Terrific* Captain Nice* The Iron Korse*. @ The Lucy Show* 7:00 B Tne Monkees* 0 The Andy. Griffith Show* 7:30 B * Dream of Jeannie* Q Rat Patrol* @ Family Affair* 8:00 B The Road West* O Felony Squad* 0 Monday Night Theater, "The Iron Mistress" :30B 400 :45 Q 00 B with Alan Ladd, Virginia Mayo Peyton Place* Run for Your Life* The Big Valley* TV 2 News at 10 The Big News Channel 5 News" The 10:20 Movie, "The Gun That Won the West" with Dennis Morgan, Richard Denning Tonight Show* Las Vegas Show* Joey Bishop Show* The Late'Show, "Boomerang" with Dana Andrews, Jane Wyatt RADIO NETWORK STATIONS KLO-1430 S:JO i.m. » 1 a.m. daily Newi, spirts, music KSL-1160 24 hours dally, txctpt Sund«r mKn 1o A ·.m. Monday KCPX-1320 24 bovrs 4e!!y, Haws, sports, music INDEPENDENT RADIO STATIONS KANN-1090 i KBUH-800 | XVOG-1490 i KSVN-730 S-lJ«.m.-7:«p.m. 5:15 a.m..7:4S p.m. I 3:M to IJ M!nl»ht I J:U«.m.-7:45 p.m NIWI Sports, Music ' News, Mullc Niwl, Sports, Music ' Nfwi, Sportl, Music KBOC (FM) 101.9, 5 to 11 p.m., HI-Fldelity Mu«lc SIDE GLANCES t A ^.. 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