The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 14, 1964 · Page 55
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 55

Ottawa, Canada
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Friday, August 14, 1964
Page 55
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THETVtJO URNAL 11 i AUOUST 14 - 20 EeadUftoRoll By ROBERT MUSEL & NEW -YORK (UPJ) -i ' A f' Jriend came upon actress Mar garet Rutherford resting on a chair' in the shadow of haunted t Beaulieu (pronounced Bewiey) t Abbey in England not long ago and asked what she was doing i; down in the" country, "What .would I be doing, my dear," : asked the 72-year-old Oscar wln-ner. "but'makina a television p film for. the. Americans. .Isn't everybody?" -, tM i . That's the way X goesSthese J V days: Anywhere1 In the world ; you are' apt- to come ; across ; . unit ' engaged on ; come, ot the-product that will make the 1964-g-r 63 television season one of' the ' most competitive,. ' if not i the ' most exciting, in years. Th pur-suit of ideas to tempt the tele v vision audience -has been-ex- ' tensive. TTMns!v and exhaust. -But has It been worth while? Only -r, the Nielsen .J.ttog:-;Jn4,lM71heMaim UNCLE,', an- November the accepted , in - dex of success or failure will A-: Jell. They will assess (he meas- -' ure of ' triumph or tragedy '. for'; millions of dollars worth of net-' ' work and private investment in ' this year's 'crop. Considering all J ' the heartbreak that goes into a, ; crorram , it: seems a city that - almost the only criterion for4ts existence is whether It Is a com-J merclal hit. V " v But no one has been able to figure out a better system (ex- ' cent the ' British, who do not ive the advertiser anv sav In the content of the program) and so high that there Is no short-iage of gamblers. - i '-C-V'.' ;--'.'. -V In New York, and Hollywood ir.the air Is filled with the Jargon , . cl the trade a . the 1 publicity i, guns - of August fire - away. "Prime Time'! . meaning the ; boura between iM p.m. and 11 ' . "Audience Ftow'! meaning the effort to keep viewers glued to one : network all night ."Bridge" the practice of pro- gramming 1 a show so it over- laps; the start of a program ,on competing network.- ..-. - - ' KThe idea of a "bridge" Is that people will . be less likely to switch- to another channel if the show there already has started. Whether ' a: man ' who cannot drive himself to - swtich , programs will be able to drive himself to buy a sponsor's prod- a klf S Ik. loa4 at per. , feet cola peratea' try atoaatag fat aaiy G2.G0J at Cleanaway Wect b: ItSS WHlB- ta St. Tat Smlrui bit Iii Shappera CKy (qaeeaiway al Blair 'ill -I ..-. Ceatra tewa: )1S Llafr at Bank m., t ' " " W w . 7.- ! ' r. - , : 1 ' - 1 v i v " ' ; ; ;' tf .'' f -' ' K : uct has not yet been determined. - This Autumn, 14 new series ; will be aimed at the 60 million television homes In Canada and the U.S. In addition to the rectum of many bid favorites, including the reigning champion, . "Beverly Hillbillies."' ABC has 1 14 new shows. CBS 12 and NBC 'eight. ' For what ks worth television " experts are showing acute ' in- ' terest in these new . entries" for ' "Profiles In Courage,'!, from -President Kennedy's T book . (NBC); ""The . Rogues" ,- with Charles Boyeir David Niven and Gig Young starring -in James Bondish adventures (NBC). : to- '. tertwined ; ; dramas 'of three familiesj The Bing Crosby Show (ABC) with Bing-playing an ; electrical i engineer .and,; . father 'of two daughters. f ; ".''" other descendant of James Bond (NBC)"Tbe First World War," 21 self-contained episodes out of thearchlves about the bloodiest War of all , dm t ABC1: "Tv- coon." ; Walter.; Brennan as an executive ;who won't , retire. . Daniel; Boone" . (NBC) Fess Parker's further -adventures', coonskln hat and all; "The Baileys of Balboa," Paul Ford (the Colonel of Sergeant Bilko) running a boat charter service (CBS) ; . o"Bewitched". an adver- Using man (Dick York) mar- neo o witch (LlxMont- gomery) v ;. , - '.; ?The Reporter! adventures of a - newspaperman written by Pulitzer Prize . winner,'- Jerome Weidman, with Harry Guardino and Gary . Merrill : (CBS); "The Addams ' FamUyr". a comedy with kookle characters drawn .from the Macabre cartoon of Charles Addams (ABC). . "Mf. Broadway (CBS), Craig Stevens as a public relations counsellor: who manages, to get -involved In most situations In the big city; always with a beautiful . girl (CBS). , a -J j 7 i. . . vvjii .. .. Take "A ciiance,' the "first show to be signed up for the CTV Network it returning for ''the fourth season on Sept. 28. Since the show's Inception over 11 years' ago over a million dol-' lars in prizes have been given away. r r -j t- ,-i ' V -1 , Normal Fell, co-starring with Lee Marvin, Angle t Dickinson, John Cassavetes ' and -Ronald Reagan in "The KUIerr as an .expert mechanic, was late to the first day of filming. He-couldn't get his car started.' CATC! CART -; REPAIR SERVICE r ' Complete JOHNSON OvtaoafS . ' Motor j Sal an Serrtce ! Wa feature NE-8TOP aerrlca for '.....' Lawa Mowora - i ' ,) Otrtf Eqnlpmeat -h. ' -;i Chala Saw.- "" ' '. AtooUe ItnlUo aai - " Carkaretloa : 'catiicart mm sntvicc m.Mala St j . Pkoa UMtil - : STITTSV1LU'. .; J r I- S5. 1! t respite the fact that this is an election year in the UJ3., heither Barbara Stanwyck nor Elvis ?resley intend any political inference to be drawn from the : ' favoritism- they are showing this elepha nt Both Elvis and Barbara are co-starring in "Roustabout," produced by ITal Wallis for. Paramount release. And-'' - the lucky elephant, who is having his trunk, petted by Barbara Stanwyck, Just, happens to be part of the picture s carnival atmosphere." r i is? Delia Reese Tops BiH On, Sullivan Show - Delia Reese, 'nighty-dub "and ..recording star,, gives her Inter-' preution r' Tof w Tm ; , Nobody's :v. Sweetheart Now . and .J"H lsv ' Eye Is on the Sparrow' when she headlines ' a new edition of , ' "The Ed Sullivan' Show taped ' earlier this' season for present- v,1 ation. Sunday, (S.00-9.00 p.m.) on CBOT.-. t-'t:: '' :(. - Additional highlights include the Kays Sisters, British vocal : trk. wbo recently' appeared ab New York's Latin Quarter, Singing "I Want To Be With You" . and a medley of . songs about ' London, and the . Highwaymen, vocal and instrumental quintet, who , offer "SUnding , By the Gate". and "Pretoria. Other guests are .'comic Bob -King; Bauraan's Tigers; Hrach -Yacoubian and his Greek sing-' ing, dancing and Instrumental' group; comic Pat Hennlng; Mac . t Ronay, ; French . comedy magi-' cian; . Harry Lorayne, memory . specialist,' and Jack- La Cayen and . Gelsomina, , Italian aero- - batic dance team.. - , w1 - ... .' . NON-POLITICAL ELEPHANT TROUSERS 1 . ;.r;-:: 1 1 ' M l .7.'-'::.i:'-Tiw 56 a ' " i .' '':.-:': : ' . - , ' : , y , M:f M ( 4 s 1 - tl- . llHUWlUHMrf and SHI ITS g for the CB0(S and . iff Leg lengths to 36 , Shirts to size 23 Sleeve lengths to 36 GYHOLS .. and - C0.-HL-.ILS to size 80 , StlH a Few Catalosues Available , MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR ' Opea. TaeaSay ta SatarSay S ajn. to S P-aa.' 393 BANK STREET v 233-1SC3 ROM

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