The Times from San Mateo, California on January 28, 1967 · Page 83
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The Times from San Mateo, California · Page 83

San Mateo, California
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Saturday, January 28, 1967
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LOU Dim more symphony M; (60 min.) Peter Herman fidler conducts the orchestra in Mozart's "Serenade no. a ii u, n. u ; and "Rnmeo ana Juliet Ballet Suite by Serge rrumjiLts. O Museum Open House: (30 min ) "A Contemporary Collection." Russell Connor comments with wit :mA perception on recent painting and scurpiure. 9:00 0 Rational Alf - Star Wrestling (60 minO OO (S) Friday Night Movie: "Island of Lave" (comedy) 'G3 Robert Preston, Tony Randall, .A dashing can man persuades a New York gang lore? to invest two million dollars in a Tavish film starring the mobster's girl friend. a fSM CS & Rango: (30 min ) "Gunfight at the K.O. Saloon." RangO dlSEUises liimsplf ac miii, Gaytord Ashtan to help the Rangers recover iuu,uuu trom a robbory Jean Staley guests. Tim Conway stars. QK.E.T, Mayhouse: (90 min) "Knife in the Water." A Polish sus - pEnae - thfiller directed by Roman Polanski. G3 & Movie: 'The Happy Years" (drama) '50 Dean Stockwell, Darryl Hickman, 9:30 O 0 T.KE. Cat: (30 min.) "If Once You Fail." T.H.E. Cat stalks a prolessional killer whn ha munrcA Mr. Cal's girlfriend almost before his very eyes. Pippa Scott guests. N.EJ.Ptayhause: (30 min.) "A Comedy of Errors." The Royal Shakespeare Company perform Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken identity, one of the most successful produc tions ever staged by this internationally famous theater. Q & The Phyllis DUler Show: (30 min.) "Portrait of Krump." Phyllis Pruitt tries to stop a feud between her boarders by having one paint uie prcture of the other. Billy De Woffe guests as Vernon Bradley Marty Ingels as Norman Krump. Ted Casscrfy is featured as Maxie. 10;OOOT"W' O'clock Report: (30 min) Al Hermso, Mai Alberts. OO Laredo: (50 min.) "The Bitter Yen of Generai Ti." Chad and Erik as crime syndicate thugs w trap a Chinese opium loid operatic from Mexico. QfDfBQThe Avengers: (60 min.) "The Sce - Throurh Man." 10:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (30 1 ? Q Aaron Copland: (30 min.) "Music "i the Twenties." 11:00 Q Movfe: "They Who Dare" (drama) 3? - Dirk Bogarde, Akim Tami - iwi. O O 0 lit m New: 11:15 Sports: Boh Jouts. Qa) News ll:0p Movie: - The Secret Life of n - iwr Minjr (comedy) '47 Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo. 11:25 O Weather: Linda Richard. 11:30 O0 Tonight Show O Movie: "Female on the Beach" drama) - 55 Joan Crawford, Jeff Chandler. O Movier "Monsieur Gangster1' (adventure) '60 - Lino Ventura, Sabine Singer. Movie: "San Francisco Story" (advenluje) '52 Joel McCrea. Yvonne De Carlo, ID Movie: "illegal Entry' (drama) 49 - Howard Duff, Marta Toren. MovEe: "Qne of Our Aircraft Is WlSSinff1' iJwar Hj - ama 'AV r - : Partman, Godfrey Tearfe. 11:45 fiS Movie: "Headline Him w fori venture) '55 - Rod Cameron, Julie nisnop. 1:00 0 News O Movie: "Double Jeopardy" (dra ma) '55 Rod Cameron, Jack Keliy Gale Rabbins. CD Laramie 1:20 O Movie: "Made for Each fllh - H (drama) '39 Carole Lombard, James Mewart. 1:25 Q Movie: "Curse of th Snake" (mystery) 63 Joachim ruensucrger, HnKas Braum. 4:25 O Movie: 'Tflft Tnin Man Goes Home" (mystery) '44 William Powell, Myrna Loy, 5:30QCheytnne WORTH MENTIONING 9:00 Q N.ET. Playhouse: "Knife in the Water." This PoNsrvmade suspense thriller, directed by Roman Polanski, caplured prices in whichever film festivals it was entered. It was ihe winner of the International Film CrilFes Award at the 1962 Venice Film Festival, and it tells of how a chance encounter by three people on a Sunday yachting cruise becomes a major psychological crisis. J0:00 OQ Laredo: 'The Bitter Yen of General Ti." stilt one ol the best saliricaF series done for television Laredo is reminiscent of Maverick, except that it has a lot more action. Tonight's title doesn't mean much to the younger generation, but their parents may remember a brilliant 1933 movie tilfed 'The Bitter Tea ol General Yen;' which starred Barbara Stanwyck, NiJs Asther and Walter Connolly. Tonight's comedy isn't vaguely connected to the movie, but tells Ihe story of some misadventures as the rangers set out to trap a Chinese opium lord who is operating from Mexico, John van Dreelen: Versatile Actor nnBv u. ' - nm 4lvfl RvRn' nnft I nil ' r - Vifl nin ' - nil John van Dreelen is a man of three faces, Foremost is the face of the actor. The second is that of the Continental socialite - sportsman. The third is one of a man, neither young nor old, who finally has found himself. Countless television viewers ns well as patrons of the movie house and the legitimate theatre (both here and abroad) know Dutch - horn van Dreelen as. a talented and versatile performer. The best example of his abiliiy to switch with ease from completely different roles is found in 'The Diamond" segment of Mis sion: Impossible fon CBS, Saturday at 8:30 PM), the - motion prcture "Madame X" and the itac production of "Sound of Music." In "The Diamond1 the handsome Sorbonnc - cducatcd actor is cast as a top political figure in South Africa. In "Madame X," as one of Luna. Turner's co - stars, he portrays Ihe compassionare Danish concert pianist, at once a warm and kindly and affectionate man who enjoys to the full a romance with the mysterious, beautiful young woman after rescuing her from death. With "Sound of Music" he traveled the United States for 40 weeks, starring as Baron Von Trapp, the widower who rules his children with a heavy militaristic K'lrt 'tnA . - . . - 1 . t hie . - u uu u(jjj;jiem love unlil tils hard and icy mannerisms arc (hawed and softened bv the young governess who comes into their lives. Van Drcrfen, son of a Dutch actor d a French countess, was from ,hT X rearCd T?.n. El,roP aristocracy. He emerged L, Sorhonne as a bnliian! student of classic drama and VP,ehfiCh ?7'Sn ? hr (E"8lish' Flch - Germa" d Italian) Yet he had time for his favorite sports: cross country motorcar riicmg, swimming and horseback riding. motorcar Today he is as much at home with the jet set in Paris or Venice rlfSfP? eTLain in,ei'ht:r f hiS h0'"es - oSe in Brentwood lisS" " LS fashi"able His lire has been far flung, exciting, sometimes dangerous, some - dX"TPHk,,?'J5Ut VeVer t"1' rl Ca" '"" anything but dullness. ) His friends always have included a certain type of rnTsLuTa'ingCCSSarlly beaU'ifU bl" a,(raClivC and Chic' c"'turcd Today van Dreelen has closed the door on a pan of his former S'l H3S hnC th,rU8h a sdf'stud dee? 1 H ha changed, set a new pattern for himself - but lost not one iota of his constant desire to enjoy full living. ,J7!?jnd my5el. H' laSt'" he sas - "FinalV 1 hv grown up, .md I am becoming interested in the lives of other., especially the young people - the scnous, intelligent young people - and their problems Perhaps because of some of my experiences I can bctfe understand Ihem and know how best to offer help 1o them Mil - hor. rJ" eXA"?,ratlrne awakenfng - an awakening to (he solid sort of living which, after all, is the most exultant kind " 21

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