The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio on January 26, 1973 · Page 13
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The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio · Page 13

Hamilton, Ohio
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Friday, January 26, 1973
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Friday, January 2«, 1913 Journal-Newt, Hamilton, Ohio Page 13 love/ American Style 1 looks at Berkeley There's a long winding stairway to nowhere. And boys and girls in elaborate costumes singing and dancing their way up and down the steps. Sound like a vintage Busby Berkeley musical on the very late show? It's a vintage Busby Berkeley- style musical segment on the ABC Television Network's very contemporary "Love, American Style," tonight at 10. The musical comedy with the vintage movie musical aura, a first for the long- running series, is "Love and :.the Swinging Suitor," written by Ed Scharlach from a story by Mimi Greenberg and Harold Clein. It was born in the smoke- filled room of a writers conference... "We all (the "Love" staff writers and executive producers, Jim Parker and Arnold Margolin) had our feet up on our desks, couches and coffee tables during one of those insane weekly events we call story sessions when an interestin question came up. 'When are we going to something new and ex I remember someone saying petulantly -- and we sometimes are rather petulant around here -- that we'd managed to do all right for the past four years or so," Parker said, stroking his beard. "And I put him down by saying that that was because we always came up with the unexpected, something that made TV viewers decide to see what 'Love' was up to, even if another channel had all the ~," saints and angels as well as . Bob Hope and Duke Wayne citing?,' sounded off. Scharlach on it." "That's when someone WXIX to televise Golden Global Awards this Sunday The 30th annual Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Golden Globe Awards ceremonies will be televised live from coast to coast on a special Metromedia Television Network on Sunday, January 28. Allan Ginsberg, Vice President of M e t r o m e d i a , S t a t i o n Manager and Program Director of WXIX-TV, announces that Television 19 will carry the live telecast beginning at 9:00 pm on Sunday, January 28. · The Golden Globe Awards, which originates from the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, is the first Awards Presentation of the year. Statuettes, symbols of excellence, are awarded to the motion picture and television industry for distinguished performance in selected categories. :.'The festive ceremonies are considered one of Hollywood's biggest events, ,on a par with the motion picture Oscar awards and the television industry Emmy ceremonies that follow later in the year. It has been dubbed by many as ?the biggestj most glamorous star-studded event in 'Hbllywbqd;--^; : f*-;"';; : $ To quote the Chicago Sun Times, "The Golden Globe as usual outdrew the Oscars for stars in attendance." Master of Ceremonies for the event will be Richard TALAWANDA THEATRE-OXFORD 12 N. kech Ph. 923-5999 TONITE THRU TOES. "CHILDREN SHOULDN'T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS" --PLUS -"THE BODY STEALERS" Look Fri.-Sat. MIDNIGHT Underground Cinemo X-Rated Feature 1 Performance Each Nile at 11:30 p.m. Owns open 11:05 SEE The Midnight Graduate Mull !· 111. Hov« 1.0. Control Mm. 12.00 UMMCifJUMWrrnii -- """" A FRANK PERRY FILM TUESDAY WELD ANTHONY PERKINS In "PLAY IT AS IT LAYS" olta starring TAMMY CRIMES · ADAMROARKE i ·nanw ·!»·* Crenna, internationally famous actor, writer, director and producer. Crenna is the star of such television shows as "Slattery's People," "The Real McCoys." and "Our Miss Brooks" and such movies for TV as "Thief" and "Footsteps." He has also starred in such motion pictures as "A Cop," "Marooned," and "The Sand Pebbles." Richard Dunlap, who has served as producer-director of ten Oscar shows and five Emmy telecasts, has been signed as Producer-Director of the 30th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra will be musical director for the second consecutive year. Participating in 1972 were such personalities as Walter Matthau, Joan Crawford, Sally Struthers, Ali McGraw, Robert Young, Ginger Rogers, Clint Eastwood, David Janssen. Rita Hayworth, Shelley Winters, Glenn Ford, and a score of other top stars. The 30th Annual Golden Globe Awards is produced by FunCo Corporation. mentioned the Greenberg- Clein idea." Scharlash said. "For a minute I was down on it, but the next second offered to write it." The Greenberg-Clein idea was about a young executive, Murray, who was raised and conditioned, especially in his attitude toward love, by the lavish movie musicals that made Busby Berkeley a household word when he was a youngster. "Murray's a real shy dude who never really makes it with the chicks," Parker explained. "When he does fall in love, he thinks he has to sing to .them like the hero in a Berkeey opus. He falls in love with his new secretary (played by Bridget Hahley) and 'gives her this treatment. She is frightened at first, then decides he's a harmless nu ' : we end it with the tun Berkeley treatment -stairs, clouds, the effect of a full orchestra, girls and boys dancing, girls and boys singing," Scharlach enthused. "We never had such a cast and a production budget for one segment before," Parker said, looking for a minute like a budget- conscious Hollywood TV producer. "At first, we thought of going all out and getting a top-name: singer-dancer from the Berkeley era to do the role, but then we realized the part called for a shy guy who doesn't really sing or dance that well, so we got Warren Berlinger. Berlinger's the guy we've been using a lot lately. He's going places, very versatile and funny. He's a regular on that new ABC show, 'A Touch of Grace,' with Shirley Booth (Saturdays, 8:30-9 p. m., EST)." "Love and the Singing Suitor is a really different show," Scharlach said. "Ah, that's what you always say when you write them," Parker muttered. MIAMI UNIVERSITY RADIO PRESENTS FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSIONER BENJAMIN L HOOKS HEAR JUDGE HOOKS- JANUARY 15TH MIAMI UNIVERSITY CIVIL RIGHTS DAY SPEECH TONIGHT AT 7:30 P.M. WMUB(FM) 88.5 mHz Hamilton "s Unt'st ,S7i«ir llnr .. * l * Bonnie's Kids "THE JESUS TRIP" Cocktail Lounge S15MAINST. Mr. Shnwhiz Dave Baney f i ' i i * lor an exclusive 2. week engagement - 3 Show* Nightly - Wed. - Fri. - Sat. 9-1 1 and 1 a.m. Your one-stop for values Sale .. .note thru Sunday Reservations suggested ;ene Branhain · Owner SEA FOODS to satisfy the most articulate Seafood Platter SHRIMP-OYSTERS--SCALLOPS--HALIBUT FRENCH FRIED POTATOES COLE SLAW ... HOT ROLL AND BUTTER S2.15 Shrimp Platter 6 LARGE ROUND SHRIMP FRENCH FRIED POTATOES COLE SLAW ... 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