Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 53
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 53

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
Page 53
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"China Seos." Clark Gable, Jean Horlowe. Tough skipper has dangerous assignment of steering voluable gold cargo through pirate-ridden China Seas. llillNtovle tMKI0,MIS "Night of the Grizzly." Clint Wolker, Martha Hyer. One man's life in Wyoming territory of the '80s, with ex-lawman and a grizzly the chief protagonists. HiMMevIt 7,BC*,M*,T "Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows." Rosalind Russell, Stella Stevens. A mother superior is upset'by the antics of a progressive young nun. ISiltStvlTraiii • ItM toiMMlarukUc Affairs ON THE SET Kaye Stevens, the nightclub singer now a member of the cast of Days Of Our Lives, is a palm reader for fun. And she says she can read her own palm, a talent which once enabled her lo save herself from some moments of fright. She was on an airplane which developed engine trouble and began going down - fast. She says everybody was scared to death, some even getting hysterical. But she remained calm throughout the ordeal -because there was no airplane crash visible in the lines of her palm. "I knew there was nothing to worry about," she says. Whafs Happened To Actors? Jimmie Walker, the eldest son on Good Times, says he's never going to get married. "I dig chicks too much," he says. "I can't see myself tied down to just one." HOLLYWOOD, Calif. John Anderson, currently one of the finest character actors in town, is depressed. What is bothering him is that, in his view, he and his fellow actors have sunk to a low state in the eyes, minds and pocketbooks of Hollywood producers. Anderson cites three reasons why he believes this is true. First, he says, is the matter of actors' credits, especially on television shows. He is, at present, chairman of a Screen Actors Guild subcommittee, studying the problem. "If someone wants to find out of an actor who plays a small role on a TV show," he says, "it's almost impossible. The credits at the end of a show go by so fast and they are usually in such small type that nobody can read them. I clocked a horrible example recently - there were 11 credits in five seconds." To him, that's symptomatic of the fact that TV producers do not hold actors in high regard. Perhaps even more basic is the question of the money paid to actors by TV shows. "It seems as though," he says, "a few years ago the producers just decided to cut actors' salaries. It is now almost impossible to make a living as a guest star on television." A case in point: some time ago, he did a particular show for the lop money offered •• $3,500. Then, just a few weeks later, he did another show of exactly the same length and importance and again got the top money. Only this time the top money was only $1,750. "I'd love to do The Waltons," Anderson says. "That's my kind of people. But Hooks — RESTAURANT Kin *" Special For This Week HAM STEAK Combination salad, French Fries, Hot Rolls* & Butter i SO BUD ON TAP OPEN 5 AM TO 9 PM 7 DAYS Phone For Take Out Orders 785-2952 4420 W. HWY 98 Custom Built!!! V PATIOS and CARPORTS i Price includes installation ... B& K Remodeling Phone 265-5856 or 265-3314 FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION THIS WIIK IN PANAMA CITY

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