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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 77

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J I N K I CHARLESTON WCHSTV CBS HUNTINGTON WSflZ-TV NBC HUNTINGTON WHTN-TV ABC OAK HILL WOAY-TV A8C BLUEFIELD WHIS-TV N8C ROANOK6 WOJB-TV CBS ROANOKE WSLS-TV NBC CLARKSBURG WBOV.TV NBC HUNTINGTON WMUL TV PBSEEN GRANOVIEW WSWP-TV PBS-EEN Morning 6:30 © Now O TV Classroom (B Kentucky Afield 7:00 © Insight O Treehouse Club B In Touch 7:30 O Saturday Report © Uncle Hank © Lidsville O RFD 12 O Speed Buggy CD Cartoons fB Osmonds 8:00 O ® © © Lidsville © Vision On O CD Hair Bear Bunch (B ® Bugs Bunny 8 : 30 O ® © © flD Addams Family O CD Sabrina fB ® Yogi's Gang CD Misterogers 9:00 OS)©©© Emergency plus Four O CD Scooby Do (B ® Super Friends ® Sesame Street 9:30 O © ® © © Inch High Private Eye 10:OOO®®(S)©Sigmund Sea Monsters O CD My Favorite Martians (B (5 Lassie's Rescue Rangers ® Electric Co. 10:30 O CB © © © Pink Panther O CD Jeanie (BCD Goober Ghost Chasers ® Misterogers 11:00 O® © © © Star Trek CD Speed Buggy O Abbott Costello (B® Brady. Kids,,,.. CD Sesame Street 11:30® ©©©Butch Cassidy O CD Josie (B ® Mission Magic Afternoon 12 : 00 O ® © (3D © Jetsons O CD Pebbles Bam Bam IB ® Superstar Movie CD Electric Co. 12:300®©©© Go O CD Fat Albert CD Sesame Street 1:OOO Banana Splits ® Roller Games © Wrestling © Good News SD Lassie - O CD Children's Theater (B® American Bandstand 1:300© Greatest Sports Legends © Modern TV CD Electric Co. 2:00 O ® © © © Major League Baseball O Viewpoint CD "Island of Love" (B World Tennis ® "Son of Red Corsair" CD Zoom 2:30 O Arthur Smith O Electric Company 3:00 O Wrestling (B Fishing ' CD Hodgepodge Lodge 3:30 CD This Is the Life (B Tarzan ® "Tomorrow At Ten" ® Gilbert Sullivan ALL IN THE FAMILY. (Repeat). Trouble starts in the Bunker house when the family finds an 82-year-old pajama-clad stranger in their living room. Burt Mustin and Ruth McDevitt guest star. 8 p. m. CBS. O CD »· PARTRIDGE FAMILY. (Repeat). "Al in the Family." Rueben's nephew, Alan, encouraged by the Partridges in his ambition to become a comedian, has a problem -- he freezes before an audience of more than three people. 8 p. m. ABC. QD QD »· MASH. (Repeat). Hot Lips decides that life has passed her by, and she determines to drop her romance with Maj. Burns and request a transfer from the unit. 8:30 p. m. CBS. O CD »· MARY TYLER MOORE. ( R e p e a t ) . When Mary complains to Lou that she isn't given enough responsibility in the newsroom, her boss is only too happy to comply. He gives her the responsibility of hiring a new sports announcer if she will fire the present one. 9 p. m. CBS. O CD *· BOB NEWHART. (Repeat). Swinger Howard suffers a bad case of the blues when his young son tells him about his marvelous new "uncle" who seems to have taken up permanent residence with Howard's ex- wife. Unable to cope with the thought of losing his former wife to another man, Howard asks Emily to substitute for Bob in giving him some professional psychological advice. 9:30 p. m. CBS. O CD *· O W E N MARSHALL. (Repeat). "A Killer With a Badge." A police officer determined to find his partner's murderer is himself charged with murder when he accidentally kills a youth. Pat Smith and Scott Jacoby guest star. 10 p. m. ABC. (B 4:00 O Golf CD Great Mysteries © Wildlife Theater 4:30 (B Survival © French Chef GD Lennox Quartet 5:00 O Petticoat Junction ® Lassie © Today's Health ©JB® Wide World of Sports © I Spy O CD Kemper Open © A Bit With Knit CD Open Mind 5:30O New Dating Game . O Adam 12 © Wilburn Brothers © Let's Garden Evening 6:00 O ® O CD Local news © Porter Wagoner © Look At the Book © Yoga You O Family Album 6:30 Q © © © © CD Network News O Uncle Willie (B American Lifestyle ® Rock Concert ©Zoom 7:00 O Thrillseekers ® (5) © CD Hee Haw ©Wait Till Your Father Gets Home © IB Lawrence Welk © Catch 33 ® Book Beat 7:30 © NFL Highlights O Bobby Goldsboro © Course of Our Times 2) Washington Connection 8:00 O © © (S) © Emergency O CD All In the Family (B® Partridge Family © Book Beat (I) Nova 8:30 O CD MASH (B ® Movie ©Nova 9:00 Q CD Mary Tyler Moore O © O) © © "Climb An Angry Mountain" ® David Susskind 9:30 Q CD Bob Newhart © Silent Years 10:00 O(D Carol Burnett (B ® Owen Marshall 11:OOO®©@OCD Local news, weather, sports © Midnight Special fB Network News ® Wrestling 11:15 CB Local news, weather, sports © "Going Steady" 11:30O'"No Man Is An Island" , , . . :,.^, © Midnight" Special © " R u n a Crooked Mile" O "Trapped In Tan.- giers" CD "Appaloosa" (B "Mummy's Curse," "Mystery of E d w i n Dropd" 12:00 ® Network News theGreat" . ^Saturday * "ISLAND OF LOVE," (1963) ***, 2 p.m., CD with Robert Preston and Tony Randall. Bright comedy about a fast-talking promoter who cons a gangster into financing a movie stinker, then.promotes a Greek island as a paradise spot. The fun lets down before the end, but there's some funny dialogue. *· "SON OF RED CORSAIR," (1961) *4, 2 p.m., ® with Lex Barker and Sylvia Lopez. Lex Barker, who once played Tarzan in films, trades his loin cloth in for another costume, but not his film courage as he battles bad guy after bad guy. Foreign-made, English-dubbed. If you like to cheer for the good guys, tune in. K "TOMORROW AT TEN," (1963) **%, 3:30 p.m., ® with John Gregson and Robert Show. Kidnapper leaves his victim in a room with a time bomb, asks for ransom as the police race against time to nab him. Competent crime melodrama has quite a bit of suspense. »· CLIMB AN ANGRY MOUNTAIN," 9 p.m.,O® (3) © © with Fess Parker. »· "GOING STEADY," (1958) **%, 11:15 p.m.,® with Molly Bee and Alan Reed Jr. High school seniors keep their marriage a secret until the bride becomes pregnant. Cute comedy-drama, nothing sensational, but entertaining. »· NO MAN IS AN ISLAND.^' (1962) **%, 11:30 p.m., O with Jeffrey Hunter and Marshall Thompson. Story based on fact about a Navy radioman who is trapped by the outbreak of World War II, becomes a guerrilla in the hills of Guam. Done in straight forward manner, with a good performance by Hunter, this nevertheless looks like all the other war films, although the location shooting in the Philippines is an added asset. "RUN A CROOKED MILE," (1969) **VS, 11:30 p.m., © with Louis Jourdan and Mary Tyler Moore. A muddled made-for-TV-feature, greatly enhanced by the charm of Jourdan. He plays a schoolteacher who becomes an amnesia victim, and lives the life of a wealthy playboy for a two-year period, marrying Mary Tyler Moore in the interim. However, it is not a comedy. »· "TRAPPED IN TANGIERS," (I960) ·%, 11:30 p.m., O with Edmund Purdom and Genevieve Page. American sleuth exposes a dope-smuggling ring in Tangiers. » "APPALOOSA," (1966) **, 11:30 p.m., CD with Marlon Brando and John Saxon. A pretentious Western yarn which suffers from too much talk, arty camerawork, and a stilted performance by Brando as a wronged buffalo hunter who meets with adversity at every turn. The story has Brando pitted against a Mexican bandit, played with spewing intensity by Saxon, and their many confrontations becoming tiresome long before the shoot-out at the finale. Once again Brando has squandered his prodigious talent on meretricious, material. *·'.';-.·: "THE MUMMY'S CURSE," (1945) *%, 11:30 . p.m., (B with Lon Chaney. Kharis the m u m m y is searching for his ancient Egyptian love. Trite. · "MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD," (1935) "M a.m., 13 with Claude Rains and Heather Angel. This is an adaptation of Charles Dickens' final -- and uncompleted -novel. Concerns a choirmaster who leads a double life, giving choir lessons by day, smoking opium by night. Nicely played by Rains and moderately interesting. Falk, Columbo often alike By Jerry Buck . BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - Peter Falk was a pool playing fool. But he swore off and retired his pool cue about five years ago. But books on billiards still line the den walls of his $200,000 Tudor mansion in Beverly Hills, just off Sunset Boulevard. It looks like one of the rich places he is going to in "Columbo," shambling in wearing a wrinkled raincoat and dribbling cigar ashes on the carpet. Falk, 44, ordered a glass of soda at a restaurant near the home and considered himself and Columbo. "In my personal life I'm not the best dressed guy," he said. "But I don't have Columbo's insatiable curiosity. "I share with him a certain obsessiveness. He doesn't quit. I don't quit either. "I think he's a happy fellow. I think so am 1.1 think I probably have a bigger ego than he does. He gets his satisfaction out of doing his job. He knows who he is and he has no need for superficial recognition." Falk's first series, "The Trials of O'Brien," ran for 22 episodes in 1965-66. "Columbo is a man of few words," he said. "O'Brien was a man of a few thousand words. Columbo defers to others, O'Brien was brash. "Columbo" was a change of pace for me. It's the first time I had an opportunity to play someone who was as polite as him. He's a quiet man, extremely considerate of others. · T F ; alk-said .that-next season '.---- -.^. .A*.-"/. '..·?'.. ',?,)'* he will make only six "Columbo" episodes instead of eight. "The fewer you make the better they are," he explained. "And it gives me more time to make movies." Throughout much of his career, Falk played characters who came on strong. In "Luv" he was a philandering husband who got Jack Lemmon to take his wife off his hands. Two gangster roles, "Murder Inc." In 1961 and "A Pocketful of Miracles" in 1962, won him Oscar nominations. At his home his two Em- mys are stuck on a bottom shelf of a bookcase. He won the first in 1962 as the feisty truck driver in "The Price of Tomatoes" on "The Dick Powell Show".and his second in 1972 for "Columbo." Falk, born in New York City and raised in Ossining, N.Y., had acted much of his life, but resisted turning professional until 1955 when he was 26. He was more interested in sports in school, lettering in track, baseball and basketball. "The theater wasn't on my mind," he recalled. "In high school I never did anything until the senior play. Another student got sick and I took his place as a detective. "Come to think of it, he was a lot like Columbo. A shambling guy. "In college I went to the dramatics workshop at the New School because I thought it was a delightful way to get credits.. They of- fered me a scholarship to be a full-time acting student, but I turned down. I had no intention of becoming an actor. "Acting just didn't seem masculine. I couldn't conceive of myself being an actor. I couldn't tell my friends on the street corners of New York I was going to be an actor. They'd look at me funny. ROIL IS COMING IN CONCERT BACHMAN TURNER OVERDRIVE SPECIAL GUESTS MAGGIE BELL THE QUEEN OF THE NIGHT IHTMDUCIHC THE DUTCH SENSATION | GOLDEN EARRING SATURDAY JUNE 8 8P.M. | CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER TICKETS ON SALE NOW S5.00 ADVANCE S6.00DAV OF SHOtT CIVIC CENTER AMD ALL H.S. OUTLETS MAIL ORDERS BTO. C O CHARLESTON CIVIC CEKHR · ·REVKOIDS STREET. CHARLESTON. K.VA. PRESENTED BT HATIONU SHOWS AND WKAZ Mnv 26. 1974. Sundav Gazette-Mail t'.HApr wrn\j u/ UA

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