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Golesburg Register-Moil, Galisbura, III. Thursday, Moy 17, 1973 7 Television Can't Afford Bronson Even for Mini-Series HOLLYWOOD (NBA) You may wonder why Charles Bronson, that International hero, doesn't do a television series. Ilia aniwir is simple: he costs too much. And he admits It. with a kind of understandable pride. "They don't hound me to do i series," ha says. "When they find out what I earn they donH bother me. I don't think T*e Lively Arte I'll aver do one — not even a mini-series. Besides the money thing I don't like them. There's too much formula to GREAT WIG EXCHANGE •ring in Your Old Wig AND SAVE $10 Make yourself happy with one of our instant loveliness wigs. Choose from Alice, Celeste or Star by a famous manufacturer. 10 Days Only. Alice Kanekalon® wig with the natural hairline. Celeste Dynel® modacrylic, looks and feels like real hair. Star . . . Kanekalon® short wig for the small head look. Reg. $29.99 $J999 BOWICM-TIES 239 E. MAIN ST. Ph. 343-2713 series and I hate that." HE WAS shooting another of his (formula?) movies, about a cop and a gangster. This one is called "The Complete State of Death," and it's being directed by Michael Winner, who was at the helm of Branson's "The Mechanic." Winner is one of the fastest directors. He prides himself in his speed. As usual, he was ahead of schedule and the schedule called for 78 Los Angeles locations in 46 days. He was shooting in Echo Park, a little oasis of apart' ments, built around a lake, only an orange-throw from downtown Los Angeles. By the afternoon, he would be finished here and move to a location in Pasadena. He'd shoot a scene and, within 10 minutes, be ready for the next one. Bronson didn't have much chance to relax and get the sun. He kept moving his chair and his picnic basket full of snacks around, following the sun. "WE'RE MOVING right along," Winner said. "I'm a week ahead of schedule. On most productions, there's a lot of time wasted on lighting. I always lean on my lighting cameraman. "We're doing 30 scenes a day. I heard of a much cheaper film which is doing only eight. That's ridiculous — if we can do 30 perfectly well they surely can do more than eight. I don't work fast to save money. I enjoy working quickly." Bronson shifted his chair again and stuck his face up to catch the sun. "I have no desire," he said, "to do anything more important or weighty. All that is so much nonsense. That's why Shakespeare isn't successful with the general public. The best acting isn't groaning or yelling or crying. The best acting is subtlety. "ACTING — IF you're successful at it —is the greatest ON THE GO — The fast pace of shooting "The Complete State of Death" keeps English director Michael Winner, standing, and Charles Bronson on the run from one setting to another in Los Angeles. NEA career in the world. If you're not successful, it's terribly frustrating. The best actors I've ever seen were not successful They haven't been able to sell themselves and Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE March 21 to April 20 (Aries)— Look in the section your birthday comes and find?nevertheless what your outlook is, according'steadily to to the stars. 1 Don't think FOR FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1973 in which I You have a bright outlook but find?nevertheless will have to strive attain your goals, you can scale the heights without proper planning and consistent effort. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus)— Begin new, creative work, take up a refreshing diversion, practice a skill. Day especially favors the arts and science; also friendships and romance. May 22 to Jane 21 (Gemini)— Restlessness or overzealousness could send you off too readily on a detrimental bent, a truly wrong turn. Emphasize your bherent keenness of perception — and halt! June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) — Venture where a belief is sound and data readily available. In the latter connection, you may have to search more. Rewards for the effort. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — Logic, reasoning MUST be stressed. Do not rely on hunches or someone's say-so. Seek more knowledge of your subject — and be sure. Aug. 24 to Sept 23 (Virgo) — Strategy and common sense will be the biggest factors in your I success picture now. THINK I your way through obstacles. I Sept. 24 to Oct 23 (Libra)— jEe sure that whatever it is in • which you invest time, money :or energies has meaning — not ! just for the present, but for the future. Care in handling details! Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— JGood offerings indicated. Stress ;ycur competence and do not hesitate to accept others' ideas if practical. Intellectual pursuits favored. j Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — Avoid indecision and inflexibility if you would make jREAL progress. No matter 'what the external conditions, 'you can accomplish with pluck. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — As with Sagittarius, you also cculd be caught in tides of indecision, moods of lethargy or downright obstinacy. All must be curbed if you would have a satisfactory day. ' Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) !— Don't wait for help. Many \ would like to aid your project. bui can't find the time. So go on tbe assumption that it's your ba! 1 to carry, and carry it. Feb. 20 to March 20 .Pisces) — Avoid agitators and troublemakers, but DO stand up for what is right or you will give . tnern strength through your pas- ,»iveaess. that's half of being a successful actor." Bronson has sold himself. Around the world, he's probably today's most successful actor although his reputation here has yet to catch up to the rest of the world. Even though overseas he's the biggest, he and his wife, Jill Ireland, would rather stay here and work here. He always can find something to do here, which is why he's in "The Complete State of Death" at the moment. IT IS, AS Winner says, "a meat - and - potatoes picture." The English director accuses Hollywood of being "scared to take chances these days and artistic ideas are out — Hollywood is sticking to the tried-and-true." This film is a production of the famed Italian movie­ maker, Dino DeLaurentiis, the first of a slate of seven he is planning to make in the U.S. "Los Angeles is my least favorite city," Winner says, "but economics dictate that we shoot here. The crew lives at home — we don't have to put them up in hotels." He shot the earlier "The Mechanic" here and says he is able to find places in Los Angeles that have never before been filmed. •T SCREENED 'The Mechanic' on the so-called Bel Air circuit," he says, "and people asked me where I had shot it. " 'What do you mean, where did I shoot?' I said. 'I shot right here in Los Angeles.' They didn't recognize their own city." He says he likes to make Death," but he also likes to old-fashioned entertainments, * ary his clnemattic <Ue{. He ,„ , m „ . i has a new one out now, "Scor- like "The Complete State of P i 0f » which he describes as "entertaining but weighty." Then it was back into the scene again. He practically ran into the set. SAVE Thursday* Friday, Saturday SUMMER IS A WHITE HANDBAG And they're on sale too! Newest envelopes, pouches, vagabonds, satchels, shoulder straps in those washable, long-wearing vinyl lustre calfs and galaxy crinkles. All in cool wanted white. reg. 10.00 and 12.00 7.90 OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9; SAT. TILL 5 Cool as a waterfall-and carefree as a lazy afternoon in easy to-wash cotton blends and smooth acetates. Splashed wiih paisley, abstract and floral prints. Fashion neck- ines plus burton and embroidery tr;ms. Muted and bold multi-colon. A fine value for sizes 8 to 18.

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