' ' ' ' . " D-2 THE SUN-TELEGRAM Sun., Mar. 16, 1973 Star of ' 'Barney Miller - has no regrets rape and violence. I've gotten great satisfaction out of 'Barney Miller.' " But then Hal Linden has gotten some degree of satisfaction out of everything he's done successes and failures, too. I V ' step of his involvement as "Barney Miller." "I enjoy the character. Barney is what I'd like to be, what I try to be, strong but compassionate and understanding. And I enjoy the concept of the show about witty cops, good cops. Not dumb cops, but real cop? who function and do a job but who possess the sort of human comedy you need if you're not going to go crazy in this crazy world of murder, on weekends to be with his wife and four children. It's also meant the frustrations of having to rely on such sample public polls as the Nielsens to determine if he's relating to an audience. 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And believe me, I didn't win it because I was a nice guy, because I was the sentimental favorite. I won because I was good." Such self-confidence has only come after many years of paying his professional dues, of competing for parts, of racking up credits on Broadway and off. And of profiting from both his successes and failures. New York born and raised, he started out as a musician and singer who saw service with the Sammy Kaye, Bobby Sherwood and the Boyd Raeburn bands. Drafted into the Army during the Korean conflict, he was assigned to Special Services where work in revues led to his interest in acting. Returning to civilian life, he enrolled at the American Theater Wing for a year, then studied with . Paul Mann and Lloyd Richards. After that it was 16 years of perfecting his talents, of waiting for the big breaks. Then came the night of the biggest break of all when he stood with a Tony in hand. Regardless of the rating results, he also considers "Barney Miller" a proud accomplishment. The show has meant hardships and hard work, has meant commuting to New York By JEAN LEWIS Hal ..-.Linden feels good about the work he's applied to "Barney Miller" this season. But then, he says, "I've always felt good about the things I've done." Even his failures have given him some degree of satisfaction. "Acting is such an inside reaction," explains the soft spoken actor with the gentle eyes and sensitive face. "If your character starts to feel real to you, then you think everythirg else has to work, too." The one thing not working for Hal are the Nielsen ratings. His ABC series debuted to critical acclaim in January but like most ABC products this year has been swamped by CBS and NBC competition. 'People have tried to explain the Nielsen numbers to me," sighed the man who is a novice to the ways of TV. "Frankly, I just don't understand them. So 1 have just concentrated on the work and left the ratings problems to the network and its representatives." The network assured Hal it "was prepared to give his series a chance to grow in popularity. And he's been given the line of encouragement that even "The Waltons" - his powerful CBS opposition needed time to find public favor. He wants the show to survive as a matter of pride, as a matter of continuing a work project he has enjoyed. But, as he pointed out when we discussed t h e situation, "it's not a matter of life and death. I've got other things to turn to. I've been associated with a lot of failures and have managed to survive." Among those failures was a "Mr. Inside, Mr. Outside" pilot he made in 1 Ollirini i initly ol Mttli tni VipUMts I ma. mitfllN. Wti. tfirw Thwri. 11 A.M. I J JO P.M., 4 w I F.M. HI. 4 SAT. CONTINUOUS 1 I A.M. t. I tM. SUNDAY 1 t A.M. t 7 PM. 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"He had seen me in The Rothschilds' in Los Angeles' Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and decided I had the warmth and sensitivity he needed for the detective lead of the show." "The Rothschilds," the Broadway version featuring Linden as the patriarchal head of the 18th century Polish ghetto family who founded what would become one of the most influential financial dynasties of modern times, ended up earning Linden a Tony Award as Best Actor of 1971. The honor turned out to be the turning point in his life. "I guess some people Dr. J.C Campbell DENTIST COME IN OR PHONE FOR DETAILED INFORMATION. No appointment necessary. Hours: 9:00 to 6:00 Monday through Friday. Closed Saturday. 370 NORTH "D" ST., SAN BERNARDINO PHONE 888-4222 OFFICES IN OTHER CALIFORNIA CITIES oysv Club foresees 9. 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