The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on June 30, 1974 · Page 47
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 47

San Bernardino, California
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
Page 47
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D-l 0 THI SUN-TELEGRAM Sunday, Junt 30, 1 f 74 Disillusioned Nicholson rejects appeal by McGovern New York Tims. Ntwi Servlc. HOLLYWOOD - Jack Nicholson turned down George McGovern's request to appear on the weekend telethon (June 29-30) to raise funds for the Democratic party. "At this point," says Nicholson, a staunch Democrat, "I feel my responsibility to the party is not to get on television and say some things that are better off left unsaid. I'm disillusioned and weary over the fact that the men I bark never win Nicholson has absolutely no reason to be disillusioned about the way his career is going, however. Currently he's in rehearsals for Colum bia's "Fortune" with Warren Beatty. This fall he'll star in the film version of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." And richt now he's sitting back eniovins reports on the as founding business "China town" is Generating in the opening weeks of its release Nicholson says he's a partner with Paramount in "Chinatown," and as such should rake in a fortune. The outstanding suspense film about crime and corruption in the Los Angeles of the '30s could end up breaking box office records for Paramount In its first week of play in Los Angeles it grossed $100,000 equalling t h e record set by the record shattering "Godfather" dur ing Its first-week local run back in 1972. Not only is Nicholson happy with reaction to "Chinatown," he's delighted, he says, to have had the experience of working with Faye Dunaway in the film regardless of what anyone might say. What one gossip columnist has been saying about his feelings toward Faye really has him in a dander. It's not true, he insists, that he ever predicted Ms. Dunaway might end up in a mental institution. "I certainly don't feel that way. I know Faye's eccentric and she knows that. We have a lot of fun laughing about it, In fact. ' Neither he nor Faye feels the gossip chronicler's distorted report was any laughing matter. From the inside looking out: .3)11 and Brenda Bixby soon will be three. The couple, who married on Inde-pendence Day of 1971, are expecting their first child on Thanksgiving. Life's been a holiday for "The Magician" star and his bride. . . Kay Ballard hopes to go home again to Broadway. The comedienne, who starred on the Manhattan boards for a very short spell last year as "Molly," returns to the stage July 9 in "Sheba." The musical comedy version of William Inge's "Come Back, Little Sheba" gets its tryout at the windy city's First Chicago Theater, and if it succeeds there it could be back to Broadway for Kay. . . In spite of the disastrous reviews garnered by Bobbie Gentry's summertime series, CBS seems convinced she's the talent to bring back to the tube in January as a weekly variety show star. , . Gary Crosby is terribly grateful he's got a loyal friend in Jack Webb. It was Webb who took a chance on hiring Bing's eldest son for "Adam-12" after alcoholic problems made Gary's name poison in this town. It was Webb who cast Gary in his "Chase" series, and now that the show is off the air, it's Webb who's keeping Crosby on his payroll by returning him to the "Adam-12" cast. Jack's convinced it won't be long before he can line ttp another show for Gary that vll give him starring status. Sally Anne Howes has completed her starring assignment in "The King and I" at the LA. Music Center and has moved on to San Francisco and San Francisco. That doesn't mean the typewriter's stuttering. 1 1 means that Sally Ann now is appearing in "King and I" at San Francisco's Curran Theater and will be staying around the Bay City to guest on a segment of ABC's "The Streets of San Francisco." Here '.V There: MGM Records star Jim Stafford heads to London July 19 to host an "In Concert" program for ABC. Jim's recent hits ("Spiders and Snakes," "My Girl Bill" and "Wildwood Flower") are making him a star over there as well as over here. . . Irving Wallace's best-selling "The Fan Club" is up for review by Spain's National Censorship Board. Four previous Wallace novels have been banned in Spain because Marilyn Beck of anti-Franco statements or explicit sex scenes, but Edl-ciones Grijalbo is gambling that the censorship board will be kinder to Irving this time. Ediciones Grijalbo, a leading publisher in Spain, has plunked down a sizable amount for Spanish language rights to "The Fan Club". . . Ella Fitzgerald promises she'll be on hand Oct. 27 to dedicate personally the new performing arts center named in her honor at the University of Maryland. In upcoming months Ella also will be on hard In Dayton, Buffalo, Spokane, Cincinnati, Fort Worth, Jackson, El Paso and Bakersfield, where she's scheduled to be featured soloist with local symphony orchestras. . . The "M-A-S-H" TV company completed shooting for the season Friday minus one company jeep. The vehicle caught fire the previous day while cameras were recording a scene between McLean Stevenson and guest star. Harry Jorgan. Harry and McLean jumped to safety and no injuries were sustained except to the jeep. . . "The Bob Newhart Show" wrapped for the season on Friday with a mood of sadness permeating the set. The husband of Marvel Lawrence (stand-in for co-star Marcia Wallace) died on Tuesday, and the Newhart company is the type where everyone cares. Mary Tyler Moore Enterprises is making sure Marvel has enough work on other projects to keep her too busy to sit around an empty house while her series co-workers enjoy their six-week hiatus. Super swimmer Mark Spitz who was talking about becoming a movie and TV star now is going to try to make it as a nightclub star. He'll take the plunge as a live entertainer at Los Angeles' Magic Mountain entertainment center on July 23. According to S pi t z ' s publicist, ' Mark's career still is guided by agent. Norman Brokaw. "They did go a little astray at first," admits the press agent, but now they want to put together a tight, worthwhile package that will take Spitz places." What they're putting together is a "Mike Douglas-type show" involving guest stars and audience participation. Where they'd like Mark to go with it is to supper clubs around the world. Before he goes, he'll have to master the art of charm. Universal Studio's president Sid Sheinberg hopes he won't have a problem on his hands. "Earthquake," the epic due for fall release, includes sequences so realistic that it seems a major quake actually is occurring. A warning will be flashed across the screen asking audiences not to panic in alarm that the action, is all make-believe. 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