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Tre GAZETTE, Montreal, Jon. 4, 1972 26 Shoot-out, shoot-up take your choice Its U.S. election time again (sigh!) 1 rV survival marks) over from Saturday Merv Griffin, who leaves CBS next month, is now being shown by only half of the 212 stations on the network. TONIGHT: William F. Buckley, in London, discusses pornography and in particular the merits of the Oz case, in which editors of that magazine last summer were tried and convicted of obscenity charges (Ch.
33, 6 to 7); In a paid announcement on CBS, Edmund Muskie announces for the U.S. presidency (Ch. 3, 8.20 to 8.30); Peggy Lee is a guest of Carol Burnett (Ch. 6, 8.30 to 9.30); Yet another version of Gidget who, this time, gets married on ABC's Movie of the Week, with Monie Ellis as Gidget herself, and appearances by Don Ameche, Joan Bennett, Macdonald Carey and Elinor Donahue, whom you may remember from Father Knows Best (Ch. 8, 8.30 to 10); Jimmy Breslin and Bella Abzug testify in favor of New York City becoming America's 51st state on The Advocates (Ch.
33, 9 to 10); Geneticist David Suzuki is done by Telescope (Ch. 6, 9.30 to 10); Tuesday Night, in Three Men a program postponed from last month, has a study of the terms of office of United Nations Secretaries General Trygve Lie, Dag Ham-marskjold and Thant; Diane Cilento is among the cast and Roger Moore plays four members of the Sinclair clan on The Persuaders (Ch. 12, 10 to 11); Ralph Nader visits with Dick Cavett (Ch. 8, 11.30 to 1). the last Kennedy is to do the fellow a vast injustice.
Anyway, we shall see what occurs during this very long year. DASH ITEMS: The owner-president of a West Island radio station has been after the page 4 columnist of a metropolitan morning paper to do an evening talk show on his station. Our Mr. T. so far, is not persuaded In England, The Sunday Times conducted a poll of its readers to determine what movie they most wanted to have on television.
Their choice: The African Queen, in which Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn were so famously, and splendidly, partnered. The BBC, following the success of its previous costume dramas, is making ready to launch another, this in 13 parts about Henry VII No surprise department: Flip Wilson and Mod Squad have been renewed through next season by, respectively, NBC and ABC. Mod Squad, approaching its fifth season, will be in the rare situation of having its original, multiple-lead cast intact, as Michael Cole, Peggy Lipton, Clarence Williams III and Tige Andrews are all expected to return. Anthony Quinn's The Man and the City and Shirley MacLaine's Shirley's World, two of the season's disappointments, go out of business tomorrow night, after which ABC will move The Persuaders (now posting Theodore H. White has observed that no campaign for the American presidency begins in earnest until the World Scries is concluded.
By which he meant, 1 am now persuaded, the World Series of the previous year. A campaign's duration now almost rivals the term of office. In these events television is, of course, even more utilized. It is said, for instance, that President Nixon's managers spent no less than $12 million on TV during 1968, or about $7 million more than during his historic battle with JFK in 1960. Attempts to legislate limits on spending have met with indifference so that we may, during this presidential year, expect even larger blocks of network prime time to be purchased on behalf of the candidates.
Weeks ago, Edmund Muskie's people bought the last 10 minutes of tonight's Glen Campbell Show on CBS (Ch. 3, 8:20 to 8:30) for their man's announcement of candidacy to the Democratic challenge. Sen. Muskie's declaration will mark the first occasion on which prime time has been utilized to this end, signifying that Muskie, who uses the medium well, means to use it often. FREE TRIP And only last Sunday, the second day of the year, Mr.
Nixon consented to appear CBS with its White House Dan Rather who was until favor at the president's court. as with other exclusives count) the president has given networks and programs, and frequent announcements of importance, him and his party not a (there is no other word) his previous television handicaps of the age. To see him skillfully (albeit stiffly) instruments of television's orchestra, to recall his former pallid to have an appreciation of underrate his capacity to perform medium even against the or the glamorous Lindsay, or By L. Ion MacDonald CBFT CBOT WPTZ CBMT CHLT WMTW 0 a a a Montreal Burlington, Ottawa Pittsburgh, Montreal Sherbrooke for an hour on correspondent now out of The broadcast, (now beyond to television as with his cost farthing. Nixon's dogged overcoming of is a wonder now, conducting the many and then debacles, is tenacity.
And to in the gifted Muskie, of the people In Trash goes beyond the screen. You get the impression that the characters' screen roles account for only part of their weirdness. In that, Trash offers a look at a way of life, the junk, welfare, and a a ge-picking included, that's as disappointing and as rewarding as any. Incidentally, Trash also offers some colorful language and very explicit sex scenes. So if you're picky about these things, be warned.
The film includes several graphic scenes of junkies sticking needles in themselves, big sickening close-ups of it. It's amazing that that one act of making a tiny pinprick in the skin can be infinitely more nauseating and violent than all the phoney bloodbaths in movies like The Wild Bunch. SHOOT OUT This is strictly formula stuff. Director Hathaway joined the Hollywood community in 1914 as a property boy, and he has remained there ever since, functioning in a variety of capacities, the latest being director. He has worked on hundreds, probably thousands of movies, and has directed dozens himself.
They're always competently and confidently made. And even if they don't offer eye-opening cinema experiences, they are aimed at a mass entertainment market that nobody else seems to think still exists. The style reached its peak a couple of seasons ago with True Grit. Hathaway 's technique, the characters he was working with and the actors all came together at the right time and turned up a little masterpiece. John Wayne got an Oscar.
Not much chance of a repeat with Shoot Out. Gregory Peck plays an ex-con deadset on putting a hole in the villain who double-crossed him and sent him to jail. Barely into his quest and he picks up a five year old girl who complicates his life until she gets him in touch with a kindly widow and everybody lives happily ever after, etc. TV and the 'stylish' actress Vt. N.Y.
Poland Spring, Me. TV 1 Cornwall TV Cablevision Burlington, Vt. Burlington, Vt. TODAY 12.00 Midnight Movie Comedy The Archangels. Girl seeks her brother in Rome to aid parent's acceptance of her fiance.
(Roberto Bisacco, Virginia Onorato) 12.15 a.m. One of a Kind Would You Believe? LOS ANGELES (UPI) -It is one thing for today's audiences to see her in old movies in the fashions of the 40s, and quite another for stylish Europeans to see her on their television sets as an out-of-style hostess, Loretta Young argued in court action here. Miss Young testified in a suit asking $4.3 million in damages from NBC on the grounds the network sold unedited tapes of her old television series to foreign broadcasters. Miss Young, 57, complained 10.30 p.m. 4) Les Nouvelles 11) Telejournal 11.00 p.m.
4) Dialogue 5) News 11) Jean Pierre 11.30 p.m, 5) Movie 11) Cine-Club that the network did not delete her opening and closing appearances as narrator, in which she appears in hairstyles and dresses now out of fashion. She has no objection to screening of her old movies, because the audiences judge her in them as an actress, she testified. But the television appearances as hostess for the series of dramas harm her image. "I wanted to present myself as a well-dressed, fashionable woman with attractive manners," she testified. The United States is two or three years behind Paris in fashions anyway, she said, so it is even more important not to appear outmoded on European programs.
Lawyers for NBC argued that the network received approval for the foreign release of the television shows from her accountant, who held power of attorney to act in her name. Quebec TV listings By DANE LANKEN of The Gazette TRASH There are at least two movies in town about shooting. In one they're shooting bullets. That's Shoot Out, the new Henry Hathaway western at the Odeon Atwater II. In the other they're shooting heroin.
That's Andy Warhol's production of Trash at the Seville. Trash a semi-comedy on life in the Lower East Side. Joe, a handsome young athlete turned junkie, spends his time looking for dope and taking garbage home to his girlfriend who, when she is not picking up young boys at the Fillmore, makes money by selling salvagable refuse'. Joe runs into other people, too. There's the super-bodied stripper who wants to get him off dope and into sex.
"You used to be dynamite:" she says. There's the insane-talking housewife from Gros-se Point, trying to get him off dope and into sex. "Do you think you could rape me on that couch?" she says. And there's Joe's girlfriend's pregnant sister. "Did you ever make it with a pregnant woman?" she asks.
Joe himself is played by Joe Dallesandro, whose hips may or may not be on the Rolling Stones' album cover Sticky Fingers. Trash was written and directed by Paul Morrissey, a member, along with the cast, of Warhol's funny company. Morrissey definitely has a flair for movie-making. His style is, in a word, unsophisticated, but he gets everything down on film, and with a good feel for the comedy in situations, too. Some people have suggested that Trash and the other recent Warhol movies like Flesh and Lonesome Cowboys are the cleverest voices coming out of the Lower East Side the true mirrors of what's really happening down there.
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