Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 19, 1974 · Page 91
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May 19, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 91

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Telly Savalas Cont. from 11s "If I created a lot of violence in the movies, my responsibility was to make it as unattractive as possible," he said. "Something no kid would ever went to emulate. I played. them as degenerates.' You saw the sickness. The irresponsibility I feel is when-you make violence attractive and glamorous. 'Toil-will seldom see Kojak with) a gun," he said. "Oh, he's armed, but he seldom pulls it out. He's used the gun in the show. But if I left it -up to the writers I would have killed 20 people. So far, I've only wounded one man. It's more exciting that., way. Trigger-happy cops' are;,not exciting. SayalSs believes it is the experiences in his life rather · than any» training that prepared him for acting. "My observations, viewing life as it is in this stage of my life, is how I portray c h a r a c t e r s , " he said. "There's no question that experience is more important and rewarding to one who is an actor. "My approach to Kojak in any situation would be my approach. How I would react and respond. That's basically true whether I'm portraying a cop or a candlestick maker."* Question Q. -- John Saxon recently appeared in a TV movie titled "Planet Earth," which was very good. I was wondering if this is going to become a series and if so, will John Saxon be in it? -- Mrs. R.D., Albany, N.Y. A.-"Planet Earth" didn't make it on the new series list for next season. As for John Saxon, he will continue along the guest star route. * * * Q. -- Why is "Toma" being canceled? It's the best cop show in TV. I can't believe that nobody watched it. Everybody I know watches it and talks about it the day after. I think the ratings system stinks. -- P.S., Arbuckle, Calif. A. -- Whether or not'you agree with the Nielsen firid- ingsjlthejr are very important when-if comes to the life and death of TV series. "Toma" just didn't make it big in the numbers game and will fade from;the scene after summer reruns. ' Q. -- There was an actor who played in the recent "Chadwick Family" show with Fred MacMurray. He really impressed me, playing the son-in-law who died in the show. Who is he and what else has he done? Also, what is he going to;be in next? -- L.C., Toledo, Ohio. A. -- Barry Bostwick is the actor's name. He has appeared in a number of TV shows and starred in the pilot film for the proposed series "Slither," shown on TV not too long ago. Barry scored with- Broadway audiences playing.,the male lead in the musical! 1 'Grease." He will probably appear in some of next season's TV series as a .guestj's'tar: '^-^-v^-;.,. Crossword Puzzle TTl ·MATE! BIAIHIT lElMll'lRl CRYPTOQUIP F P H Q Q N T X A W ' K . G X K B M ~ V U : B L S H B X W U W N X T R L A U B P U S M F B B P M B F M V U P M K B L L G M R N F M W L A X U K Today's Ctfptoquip due: F equals C Answer for Sunday, May 12, Cryptoquip: BIG WHEEL GOT OFF HIS BAND WAGON TOO SOON. NO LANDSLIDE. JH p|U|S|EBSIPIO|R|TBLlL|OIYIDIS LIGIOINIEBPIAIRlAISii^T| i |M|C|P|P|C:[ IVIEINIUIEBSIAIUIRIS SS3HI1 BnEM= HSiaiiz flLlHE] ACROSS 1. Among 5. U.S. ten-. nis star 10. U.S. tennis star 15. U.S. tennis star 19. "Dr. Zhivago" heroine "20. Eared seal 21. Tidal flood 22. Trudge wearily 23. Ancient country 24. Actor Greene 25. Dentist's concern 26. Chum (slang) 27. U.S. tennis star 29. Spar 31. Not at anchor 33. To the sheltered side 34. Name of eight popes 36. Knockout, in boxing 37. Carded 40. High crime * 42. Poison oaks of Pacific coast 46. City in Florida 47. City in Utah · 48. School of seals 50. Tally 51. Importune 52. Languished 53. City in Vermont .55. U.S. tennis star 56. Biblical name 57. Priscilla's John 58. Repulsive 60. Small rug 61. City in Washing- ·' ton 63. Climb 65. Style of brewing coffee 67. U.S. tennis star 69. Lambs 71. Father 72. Fantastic 76. Mother of Aphrodite 78. Revolved 82. The yellow bugle 83. Sooner 85. Horse opera 87. English rural festival 88. 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A tapestry 45. A'bput 47. Cover 49. Waste matter 52. A kind of wart 53. U.S. tennis star 54. British, et al. 57. Ammonia compound 58. Instinctive discernment 59. Mistake 62. Turkish weight 64. Genus of mosquitoes 66. Conger 68. Certain aircraft (short.) 70. Emitted explosive sounds 72. U.S. tennis star 73. Sheeplike 74. Title of address 75. Darken or obscure 77. Alleviated 79. Tibetan monks 80. The flower 81. Restrain through fear 84. Roman roads 86. Thrice (Music) 89. Naive persons 91. U.S. tennis star 92. Captivated 94. Lath 96. Roof edge 97. Man's name 99. Animal fats 101. Church festival 102. A sycophant 104. Word in the Psalms 106. European blackbird 107. Strike 108. Look searchingly 109. Banker's concern 110. Ascend 112. Tidy 113. Dark area on moon 114. Mythical king of Britain 115. Compass point ' 118. A mono- saccharide 120. 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