The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio on March 30, 1975 · Page 49
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The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio · Page 49

Hamilton, Ohio
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Sunday, March 30, 1975
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Friday, and Noble Willingham. The comedy revolves around Ihe first black sheriff of a Western town peopled primarily by racial bigots, and the difficulties he encounters. 3DJ1 Kolchik: Night Sulker W$£*, Washington Week In Review "Is It Unamerican To Sell Short?" G u e s t : Meyer A. Berman, The Herman Group, Merkin and Company. fffl Dragnet 8:28 (DBkentennial Minutes 830 fODChko The Mm (ffl "Old Dog" Ed (Jack Albertson) is shamed back into action by Chico (Freddie Prinze) after being s t u m p e d by a minor repair job on a foreign car. (D Well Get By (See Highlights) ftSXJMD Wall Street Week (11) Men Griffin £00 (JO Rock/ord Files Cfi) "Exit Prentiss C a r r " Rockford (James Garner) checks on a philandering husband and finds him dead under mysterious circumstances. CD King, A Filmed Record-Montgomery to Memphis 'TX3D CBS Friday Night Movie "The Other" (See Movie Guide) 02® HOT L BALTIMORE =!14Xt6;®) Masterpiece Theatre April 4 9:30 (EMS) Odd Couple CfiJ (See Highlights) 10:00 ; 2; Police Woman QD "Warning: All Wives..." Pepper (Angle Dickinson) and Sgt. Crowley (Earl Holliman) work to trap a rapist after two hospital patients' wives are slain. OSijiit; Get Christie Loie! "I'm Your New Neighbor" Christie pulls out all stops to find and protect h e r n e w n e x t d o o r n e i g h b o r , a y o u n g woman who appears to be in perilous jeopardy. ilSXUD American Airlines (Q) Mission: Impossible 0$ 1975 VS. Ski Jumping Championship 10-JO it4sl(ii Tennis Games 11:00 CJGdXIXH) News § Dragnet Green Acres (g Aviation Weather 1 130 {JXD Tonight Show ! XB CBS Ute Movie "Rainlree County" (See Movie Guide) (3) FBI OS Late Snow ig; ABC Wide World of to ( eft ii one Hi I he I wo L)c*i t ns ot Sean Doolittle" Starring George Grizzard. 12:00 (3) Rock Concert 12 JO QD ABC Wide WorU of EatertalnnKfit 1:00 COB Midnight Special 1 JO QD Night People Movies I: "Story of Three Loves" II: "Honeymoon Hotel" III: " L o v e r s a n d Lollipops" (See Movie rt -i\ Guide) GD Sacred Heart 2 JO 3D Inspiration fSl Petlon Pl»r» ·ummmmaaaaaaall. .^p,-.-^----- ^__^_-_ · ' Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa?^ '^^aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVP^iiafliaaaal aaaaaaaaaaaaaaVliftJLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai^^aaaaaf^aaaa BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB**V^^^^^BiiH^I^B^HmaBBBl ·^^..^^^^KI^HNHI LaaaaaaalLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaulaaaaaflliif^at^L^Laaaaaaaaal '^taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHESi^ataaiwaaPiaa^Haaaa! aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa^EiPiaaaaaaaKll aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaailLaaaalalaaaaata^^l^'aaaaaaaav^TB · ^^^^^^^^^^IB^^^I^^IU V^^aaaaaiv^i : - « ·aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa^^aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV ^^aaaHiBaWl Laaaaaaaaaaaaa^^^^^ J^LaaaaaaaaaaaV ' ^^^laaafjfi mm^y^ .^·mav''^ka«Laaaa^Lr .aaaaaw · ^^^ · t^ffi^^y i^miaV ^·aaaaaw^^'^^^^ * W aaaffeaW ^ '^^BaByf - ^^ ' - · ' ^^·mar v% IV^aaaW/i "* ' \ Lou Goisselt. as a hip, contemporary sheriff in Ihe Old West. confronts a comically bigoted town in "Black Bart." a presentation of "The Friday Comedy Special," to be broadcast on CBS Friday, April ·!. There's still a lot of Emma Peel left As Emma Peel, Ihe sleek, "judoesque" sleuth-heroine of Ihe tongue-in-cheek British-made adventure series "The Avengers," Diana Rigg, in flashing sportscar and mod jumpsuits, quipped and kamte-f hopped her way through some incredible confrontations. Included were struggles with such enemies of the people as mad Venusians, electrically charged "Slbemauts" and ostensibly mild-mannered English persons who evidenced signs of wishing to destroy civilization in a variety of ways. Although it was through this role that Miss Rigg became best known to American television audiences. she has also earned a reputation as a serious dramatic aad classical actress, which she demonstrated in James Cosligan's version of Ru mer Codden's best-selling novel "In This House of Brede," broadcast as a dramatic "GE Theater" special on CBS. "One of the reasons for my choosing to do 'Brede' (in which she portrayed » so- phislicaled London businesswoman who became a cloistered Benedictine nun) was for diversify," explained the tall auburn-haired British actress as she was driven toward her London Hat from the city's oulskirt of Mill Hill. "I've played the part of a nun before, but a nun of a rather different sort, in ·Abelard and Helolse' (both the London and Broadway productions of the play) and also in a picture called 'The Assassination Bureau* where 1 was disguised as a nun briefly. My 'Brede' nun Is, of course, a very different role-serious and dramatic." Miss Rigg spoke about her role at some length with Rumer Godden. Ihe book's author, who visited Ihe London set 'during the Decem- , ber filming, and Ihe actress was pleased with Miss Godden's appraisal of her as giving the role "a cool, emotionless" lone that is necessary until emotions must be unleashed. When Ihe production moved to Drishane Convent in County Cork, Ireland, Ihe following week, the nuns of that community proved an htspirali on to the actress. "The sisters at Drishane are really marvelous," said Miss Rigg. "One elderly nun advised me to enjoy my part but not to take the role of a nun overly seriously because, after all, a nun is a happy woman fulfilling her vocation in life." The actress evidenced little of the Emma Peel in her until after filming was completed and she flew to New York lo rehearse for a production of Moliere's "The Misanthrope." She accidentally left her bMdbHinaNewYorktaxi. And, before it was out of sight, she had hailed another aad was speeding after the first, having directed Ihe second driver to "follow that eih." Aad, in tree Emma Peel style, she caught yp and ac- cooaplisaed her mission-but without flinging the driver over ber shoulder in the process. 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