The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 3, 1959 · Page 17
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ROMANTIC TEAM — Shirley MacLaine, the air! from the wrong side of the tracks, falls in love with Frank Sinatra, in Some Came Running," a top film based on best-selling novel, now showing at the Sterling. PREHISTORIC THRILLS — A huge elasmosaurus surges from murky depths in "The Land Unknown" starting at the Paramount Wednesday. NEW FILM PROCESS — Dynamation a new moving- making technique, brings to vivid life a duel to the death scene between Sinbad and a skeleton, in "The 7th Voyage of Sinbad" starting at the Sterling Wednesday. FLOCK OF MEMORIES Movie Calendar AT .THE PARAMOUNT Tndny-Tuestlay "Bell, Book and Candle" wifh Kim Novak, James Stewart, Jack Lemmon. Wednesday-Thursday Double Feature: "The Last of the Fast Guns" with Jock Mahoney. Plus "The Land Unknown." Friday Only Double Feature: "The Terror from Beyond Space" and "Curse of the Faceless Man." AT THE STERLING Tonight-Tuesday "Some Came Running" with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Shirley MacLnine. Wednesday-Saturday "The 7th Voyage of Sinbad" with Kerwin Mathews, Kathryn Grant. AT THE STATE Sunday-Tuesday "The Naked and the Dead" with AJdo Ray, Raymond Massey. Wednesday-Thursday "Safecrackers" with Ray Milland, Barry Jones. . Friday-Saturday Double Feature: "Escape from San Quentin" with Johnny Desmond, Merry Andrew, and "Tia Juane Story" with Rodolfo Acosta, James Darren. Dance Bands AT THE TERP SUNDAY — Richard Maltby, in person, and his orchestra. FRIDAY — Old time dance with Ray Stolzenberg and Northern Playboys. SATURDAY — Jules Herman and orchestra, featuring Lois Best at- the organ, in modern dancing. Fred Astaire Repeat Feb. 11 The press and public have said, "Why don't we do this more often?" referring to the 'colorcast, "An Evening With Fred Astaire." So Chrysler Corp. will repeat the hour-long show on Feb. 11, at 0 p.m. (NBC-TV.) Besides the press and public, praise was given to the show by the N a t i o n a 1 Audience Board, whose members are leaders identified with 48 national civic-religious - educational organizations. NAB reviewers awarded almost 100'per cent approval to the Astaire ' Special in a questionnaire circulated throughout the United States. NAB reviewers gave a 100 per cent affirmative vote for more programs of a similar nature. A 97 per cent vote of approval went to the entertainment value of the program and to the caliber of the technical work. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1959-5 Hoot Gibson's Limp No Block to Role in 'Horse Soldiers' By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Hoot Gibson is back before the movie cameras, and that news should evoke a flock of memories from veteran movie goers. TV viewers, too. The Hoot Gibcon westerns have been a staple in the television market since the early days of the medium. How does he look? Older, of course. Hoot marked his 66th birthday last August. And he's not as spry as he used to be. He re- broke a hip three years ago and it hasn't really healed. Painful Injury "I broke it the first time when I crashed in the air races in Los Angeles in 1933," he recalled. "Three years ago, I was climbing up a ridge on a horse. The horse slipped, and I couldn't get out from under. I smashed all the cartilage in the joint." Hoot now has to limp along, and that's exasperating to a man who has devoted his life to speed. But he's still agile enough to be making his 275th film, his first in six years. He's making "The Horse Soldiers" for John Ford, who directed Hoot's first big film, "Action," in 1022. Real Westerner What a life he has had. He's a real Westerner, born and reared in Tekamah, Neb. He got his nickname as a kid, because he liked to hunt for hoot owls in caves. At 16, he left home to drive horses from Nevada to California. "Then I got started riding in rodeos," he said. "I'd do that in the summer, then come to Hollywood in the winter and ride in pictures. Started down here in 1910. It was pretty good money— $5 a day, and $2.50 if you had to fall off the horse." Hoot became one of the great Western stars in the era that in- cluded Tom Mix, Tim McCoy, Buck Jones and Ken Maynard. Lives in Las Vegas After finishing a long series for Monogram in 1945, he quit films. He came back briefly to play in "The Marshal's Daughter" for Ken Murray, but has devoted most of his time to real estate and oil interests. "My wife and I live in Las Vegas now," he said. "No, I don't miss Hollywood at all. Too much smog." It was in Las Vegas that Hoot saw his old friend Ford. The director suggested that Hoot play the blacksmith in "The Horse Soldiers." Hoot hesitated, saying his bad hip wouldn't allow him to climb up on a horse. We'll get a couple of cowhands who can throw you up on the horse," Ford replied. So now Hoot's back in the tad- die, right where he belongs. I Network Television 1 — _ - — — «•• wejatuwwe^m^H^n^g Wednesday, Jan. 7 (C) Mean: program a in Colo* 6:05 a.m. S — David Stone 6:30 ».i». S, 10 — Continental Clou- room •'.•00 t.m 4 — Slegfrdd 5. 10— Today 3, 4 — Copt. Kangaroo S, 10- 'odd* 8:45 ».m. 9:00 a.m. S, 4 — for Love 01 Money 10— Dough Re Mi 9-W t.m. 3, 4, 8— Godfrey 5, 10 — Treasure Hunt 10:00 *.m 1, 4, S — 1 Love Lucy S, 10 — Puce is Right ' 6— Bill Hickofc 10:30 t.m i, 4, t — Top Dollar i. 10 — Concentration t— Thli Is Answer 71/00 ».m S, 10— Tic 'at Dough 3, 4, S— Love at Life 6 — Music Bingo 11:30 a.m. S, 10— Could 8c You (C) 1. 4. S— Search t— Peter Have* 11:45 a.m. I— Film Review 7.2/00 m t— Him 3, 4— Guiding Light 4. 5— N?wi W wirier S— Hand Arts 12:20 p.m. t~ Treasure Chest 12:30 p.m. t. 4— -As World Tumi 3, JO — Sports Page 6— Play Hunch I — Ranch Party 1:00 p.m. S, 10 — Truth or Consequence (C) 3, 4, 8 — Jimmy Dean 6— Libtrace 1:30 p.m. S, 10 — Hoggus Baggus (C) 3. t — Houio Party 4 — t fnklettp* ft— News, Weather, Clubs 1:40 p.m. t— Matinee 2:00 f.m. S, 4, t~ Dig Pavoff S. 10— Todav It Outt 6— Day in Court •9 3t *:w p.m. 3, 4, t— Verdict focff S. 10 — From These Roots 6— Charles Boyor 3:00 p.m. 3, 4, 8 — Brighter Dor S, 10— Queen tor Day 6 — Beat Clock 3:15 p.m 3, 4, S— Secret Storm 3:30 h.m 3, 4. <— Edge ot Night 5, 10 — Countv Fair t— Who Do You Trust 4/00 p.m. 3— Show 5 — Margie t — Am Bandstand 4 — Arounc Tow* t — Royal Playhouse 10— Vhafl New 4:30 p.m. 4— Axel & Ooo S — Last of Mohicans 8— Film 10 — Hand Arts 5/00 p.m. 3 — Club House 4— Woody Woodpecker S — Robin Hood 8 — Big Picture 10 — Casey Jonc* 5:30 p.m. 4 — Popcyt i— Mickey Mouse Cle* 8 — Toas Rangers 10 — Looney Tunes 6/00 D.m. 3, 4, S, 8, 10— Newt. Weather. SpO'ti 6— Weatherman 6:15 p.m. 4, 8 — News 6- — Don Gaddard 10— NBC News 6:20 p.m. S— Y»u Shoui. *no» 6.' 10 f>.*rt. 3— Batt's Club Houit 4 — Rescue 8 S, 10— Wagon Train 6 — Lawrence Welk 8— Grey Ghost 7/00 p.m. 3— Col. Flack 4— AM Star Jan 7/30 p.m 3 — Silent Service 5, 10— Price Is Righl <C> 4, »— Ozile & Harriet 8:00 p.m. 3, 4, S— Millionaire S, 10— Milton Bcrle (C) 6— Donna Reed c7/30 p.m. 3. 4— Got Secret 6— Accused • — Sea Hunt 5, 10 — Bat Mastcrson 8:45 p.m. *— Sport Tips 9/00 p.m. 3, 4 — Circle Theater S— Your Life *, 8— Flghtf 10— Now York Confidential 9/30 p.m. S— Flight 10— Tugboat Annie JO/00 p.m. 1. 4, S, 6, t— Newt, Weather. Sport* 10:15 p.m. 4V— John Daly 10/20 p.m. t — Perry Mason 70/30 p.m. 3 — City Detective S — District Attorney 4 — H'ayhouse 6— Hour of Stan 10— Jack Poor Shov in,t(\ . S— Charlie Chan H/00 p.m S— Jack Paar 11:30 p.m. 3, 4 — Catholic Carols 12/00 p.m. 5— News TWO OF 1958'S brightest feminine stars were Miyoshi Umeki, (left) Japanese charmer in the new Rodgers- Hammerstein musical hit, "Flower Drum Song," and France Noyen, Marseilles-born daughter of a French mother and a Chinese father, who takes the bows in "The World of Suzie Wong." GEORGE HOWES Austin Manager NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION Have you made one yet? Then how about a sug« gettion. Resolve now to rid yogrtelf of that collection of Holxfoy bill* end other obligations with an 1C PLAN loan. You can borrow from $300 to $3,000 and moke only one smaller repayment each month. This it one resolution you'll appreciate all year long. Phono HE 3-2314 201 N. Mata Austin INDUSTRIAL CREDIT COMPANY

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