The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 10, 1959 · Page 17
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VULGAR LOVEMAKING AUSTIN (Mtnn.) HERALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959-5 Just to Watch/Says Borzage By JAMES BACON AP Motion Picture .Writer HOLLYWOOD Ml,— The man who made one of the screen's all- time great love stories calls modern , movie lovemaking vulgar. "It's embarrassing to watch," Bays Director frank Borzage, who Made "Seventh Heaven" with Charles Parrel! and Janet Gaynor In 1927, a picture that won the first, Oscars ever awarded an actress and a director. "Lovemaking on the screen used to, be tender and sweet," says Borzage. "It was left to the audience's imagination what was taking place. "Gum Chewing" "Now nothing is left to the imagination. Kissing is more gum chewing now, than lovemaking." Bofzag'e says lovemaking hasn't changed much through the centuries—except on the screen. "Most boys and girls"'are still stiy arid sweet about it like they always were. It should never be coarse nor sordid." Borzage didn't bring it up, but a remake of one o£ his old pictures serves > as-a perfect example. Quite a Change Frank made the first "Farewell to Arms" with Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes. It was an artistic and commercial success. . The recent one with Rock Budson and Jennifer Jones was not. In the original "Farewell," censors cut out a scene from the JANET GAYNOK script in which Cooper seduces Miss Hayes while the Italian troops march oft in the distance. Borzage convinced the censors that he could portray the scene in good taste. "I did it all with their eyes," he recalls. "The censors passed the filmed scene. The audience knew what was happening but was not offended." Illicit Angles In the recent remake, the illicit angles of the Hemingway story were stressed. One scene showed Miss Jones going through the pains of childbirth. The scene was so realistic that several persons, including actress Audrey Hepburn, fainted at- the premier. Yet the picture was far from being the commercial success its predecessor was. Borzage, inactive much of the last few years, is making one of HUDSON JENNIFER the biggest pictures of his career now. It's the lata. Loyd C. Poug- las' last novel "The Big Fisherman," a story of St. Peter. SILENCE IS GOLDEN Paul Winchell, star of "The Paul Winchell Show," smilingly tells all who ask him the secret of his long and successful career in show business: "I'm one of the few men who managed to hit pay dirt by learning to 'keep my mouth shut 1 ." ICE FOLLIES STARS — Richard Dwyer and Lesley Goodwin are two in the list of many stars who will sparkle in the 19'59 edition of the Ice Follies at Minneapolis. Ice Fol lies May Have Record Before Minneapolis Opening Ice Follies fans in this area will see what critics throughout the nation are calling "the,.best show the Shipstads and Johnson ever produced" when the 1959 production gets to the Minneapolis Arena April 8-26 on their current record- smashing rave-notice tour. Anticipating a Minneapolis attendance mark for the Follies based on its reception in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia and others, Minneapolis Arena manager Lyle Wright stated the mail order sale of tickets here will begin immediately. The follies opened with a new attendance mark at San Francisco. Twenty-seven straight performances were sold out in Los Angeles where Oscar Johnson estimated 50,000 customers were turned away because the Pan Pacific Auditorium couldn't seat them. The attendance In Chicago Stadium was 33 per cent ahead of last year, a new all-time Chicago mark. The Chicago crowds total- led 226,786 for 20 performances compared to 152,917 last year. In Detroit another record was set when 104,369 turned out for 15 performances. "This year's Ice Follies is like a dream, the best yet and. I've seen them all,"' wrote Charles Dawn in the Chicago American. "The Ice Follies has color, pace and talent. It has laughs and it has pretty girls. It has an eye- popping abundance of creative, artistic, stunning sets and costumes," stated Glenna Syse of the Chicago Sun Times. Robert Cromie of the Chicago Tribune wrote, "The capacity 18,000 crowd went O-o-o-o-o-o — there was tremendous variety and plentiful supply of talent." "Something for everybody," added Albert Jedlicka of the Chicago Daily News. REMOTE AFRICA — Wild regions of Africa serve as background for "The Roots of Heaven" starring Errol Flynn and Juliet Greco, opening at the Paramount Sunday, Seaburg's TV Service .,- .Ml 7-*W 0«»« Hi 3*T983 Ntahu 429 N. Roilw9y Acreu from Milwaukee Pep«l Night and Sunday Calls Aiuwtrtut Promptly % ! I Network Television 1 . • -«••«•> '"i.n^^gggm Wednesday, January 14 (C) Meaiti Program it Jrt Cater 6:0} a.m. S— David ' Stone 6:30 a.m. S, 10 — Continental Clon- IOOHI •7:00 a.m 4— SIcgfMd 5. 10— Today 8:00 a.m. 3, 4— Cool. Kangaroo $, 10- T odav 8:45 a.m. 1— Newt 9:00 a.m. 3, 4 — for Lave or Monty 10— Dough Re Mi 9:30 a.m. 1. 4. i— Godfrey ' 5, 10 — Trcoiurc Hunt ;0:00 a.m. 3, 4, 8 — 1 Love Lucy 5, 10— Price Is Right ft— Bill Hkkok 10:30 a.m. 3, 4, S— Top Oolloi 5, 10— Concentration (---This 1$ Answer 11:00 a.m 1, 10— Tic toe Dough 3, 4, «— Love ot Lift 6 — Music Bingo 11:30 a.m. S, 10— Could Be You (C) 3. 4, (—Search « — Peter Hov«» 11:45 a.m. l~Fllm Revfcw 12:00 m- 1— Kim 3, 4— Guiding Light 4. 5— News Woathtr 8 — Hand Arts 12:20 p.m. *— Trtaiiirt Chcit 13:30 p.m. 3. 4— At World Turni 5, 10 — Sports Page 6 — Ploy Hunch 1 — Ranch Party 7:00 p.m. S, 10 — Truth or Consequence (C) 3, 4 f 8 — Jimmy Dean 6— Libcrace 7:30 p.m. 5, 10 — Hoggus Boggus (C) 3, 8 — House Party 4 — linklcttr' 6— News, Weather, Clubs 1:40 p.m. *— Motinco 2:00 p.m. firlfi >. ... 3, 4, 8— Blq Payoir S. 10— Dr. Molone 6— Day In Court 5 • 3/J .ti .» f, JU ff.fff. 3, 4, 8— Verdict Tocn 5, 10 — From These Rootl 6— Charles Bover 3:00 p.m. 3, 4, 8 — Brighter Day S, 10— Queen tor Day «— Bent Clock 3:13 p.m. 1, 4, 8— Secret Storm • 3:30 p.m. }, 4, 8— Edge ot Night 5, 10— County Fair 6— Who Do You Trust 4:00 p.m. 3— Show 5— MorgM (—Am Bandstand 4 — Around Tow* 1 — Royal PlayhouM 10— What's New 4:30 p.m. 4 — Axel & Oog S— Last ot Mohlcafti 8— Film 10— Hand Arts .5:00 p.m. 3— Club HOUM 4— Woody Woodpecker 5— Robin Hood 8 — Big Picture 10 — Casey Jane* 5:30 p.m. 4 — Popeyc t— Mickey Mouse Club 8 — TCKOS Rangers 10 — Looncy Tunes 6:00 p.m. 3, 4, 3, 8, 10— News, Weather. Spo'tt 4 — Weatherman 6:15 p.m. . 4, 8 — News fr — Don Goddard 10— NBC News 6:20 p.m. S — You Shoulu Knew 3 — Bart's Club House 4 — Rescue 8 S, 10— Wagon Train 6- — Lawrence Wclfc • — Orcy Ghost 7:00 /•./;;. 3— Col. Flack 4— A'll Star Ja« 8 — Zorro 7:30 p.m. 3— Silent Service 3, 10— Price U Right (C) *. 8 — 0/.»1( & Harriet S:00 p.m. 3. 4, 8— Millionaire S. 10— Milton Boric (C) 6— Donna Reed * $:30 p.m 3, 4 — Cot Secret (—Accused 8 — i»n Hunt S, tO— Bat Maitcrson JO , A r t. H . «•</-? p.ni ( — Sport Tips 9:00 p.m. 3, 4— Steel Hour 5— -Your Life (, 8— Fights 10— New York Confidential 9:30 p.m. 5— -Flight 10 — Tugboat Annie 10:00 p.m. 3. 4, 5, 6 8— News, Weather Sports 10:15 p.m. (—John Oalv 70:20 p.m. 8 — Perry Moson 10:30 p.m. S— District Attorney 4 — P'ayhouse < — Hour of Stars 10 — Jack Poor Show in.-'tS'p.m 3 — City Detective 70:50 p.m. 8 — Charlie Chan /7.-00 p.m. S — Jock Poor 77:20 p.m. 8 — Charlie Chan 72:00 p.m. S— News New TV Series to Be Based on Actual Psychiatry Cases A young couple's honeymoon turns into a nightmare as Matt Conroy sees his wife, Sally, become "The Bride Possessed" in the premiere presentation of AB.Gv TV's new dramatic series, "Alcoa Presents," Jan. 20 (ABC- TV) '••'•'. ' While driving..off on 'her Aon- eyhtoon, Sally Conroy suddenly insists that her husband, Mntt, turn off, on a strange country road. Matt makes the turn and the couple takes one step beyond into their horrifying adventure. Sally begins to anticipate certain features of the surrounding terrain though she has never been in the area. After a time she asks Matt to stop the car, and she runs to Eagle Point overlooking the ocean. Like a woman possessed, she then speeds away in the car marooning her bewildered husband. Possession is described by doctors and psychiatrists as "the invasion of one person's body by the mind and soul of another," MaU later learns from Dr. Alex- ander Slawson that Sally has assumed the personality of a girl who died, supposedly by suicide, several weeks earlier. Virginia Lelth stars as SalJ^, with Skip Honieier and Harry Towncs co-starring as Matt and Dr. '31-iwson, resr::Uvely. VeteiMMv actor John Newlnnd is nbst-diiTec'tor of the series "which takes viewers one step beyond the realm of the known and explainable. Each of the cases to be presented on the series has been documented, attested to by reliable persons, verified and rechecked by medical and legal people of unquestioned standing. The cases will be culled from many scientific studies. Dance Bands AT THE TERP Friday — Fezz Fritsche. Saturday (Jan. 17) — Bob White orchestra, Sunday ( Jan. 18) — Leo's Pioneers. LANE'S CAMERA Dial HE 3-8903 LANE'S DRUGS Dial HE 3-6660 _- —-; -* — >»• '»• -nw -^•^ l -^•j^- ^^«^- —^«^- ~^^r --^••^- ~^BP OPEN SUNDAY 9:00 to 10:00 a. m. AND EVERY DAY * FILMS if DRUGS * CAMERAS * PRESCRIPTIONS 402 N. MAIN Registered Pharmacist on Duty FRIENDLY SERVICE ALWAYS Open Monday and Friday Night*

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