The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri on August 6, 1976 · Page 15
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The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri · Page 15

Sedalia, Missouri
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Friday, August 6, 1976
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Pull Out and Save The Sedalia Democrat and Capital TV Programs for the Week of Aug. 8,1976 Television Highlights Multi-talented lady SUNDAY, AUG. 8 (CBS) — The fourth annual $100,000 Volvo International Tennis Tournament moves into its final sets at North Conway, N.Y. Matched up are Jimmy Connors, Arthur Ashe, Manual Orantes and Ken Rosewall. (ABC) — A gripping study of the sea’s most dangerous creature stars in “Sharks,” on the Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau. (Repeat) (NBC) — A movie version of one of Ellery Queen’s novels is being filmed. However, the actor (Troy Donahue) playing Ellery is shot. (Repeat) (NBC) — McCloud gallops after “The Gang That Stole Manhattan,” as a near­ perfect multi-million dollar jewel heist takes place during a movie filming on the Sunday Mystery Movie. (Repeat) (ABC) — It’s international intrigue, deceit and romance wrapped up in Harold Robbins-style in “The Adventurers.” This 1969 sprawl stars Charles Az- navour, Candice Bergen, Ernest Borgnine and Olivia de Havilland. (CBS) — Cannon becomes the target of a South Korean officer’s personal vengeance. (Repeat) MONDAY, AUG. 9 (ABC) — Sophia and Luis Valdez fail to dissuade oldest son Victor from telling cousin Jerry his girlfriend stepped out on him in Viva Valdez. (NBC) — Inheriting a tugboat far from settles financial woes for Della Reese and her son on Flo’s Place. (NBC) — Harold .Gould and Red Buttons take a crack at being the “old couple” playing two widowers who share a house in Flannery and Quilt. (NBC) - A “by the book” police lieutenant hampers Joe Forrester when he tries to arrest a deranged and dangerous Vietnam veteran peacefully. (Repeat) TUESDAY, AUG. 10 (ABC) — The Fonz suggests Richie and his pals stage a fixed beauty contest to get prettier dates on Happy Days. (Repeat) (NBC) —- Movin’ On brings Sonny to a prison farm where he’s kidnapped by an inmate fighting the state over his son’s custody. (Repeat) (ABC) — Shirley gets tipsy on beer so a devious executive promotes her to official beer tester on Shirley andLaverne. (Repeat) (CBS) — Alex Rocco and Anne Meara are newlyweds whose children by previous marriages complicate their second try on “This Better Belt.” WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11 (ABC) — Jaime winds up behind bars when framed while delivering a multimillion dollar decoder to a secret test site on Bionic Woman. (Repeat) (CBS) — Destined to be a TV classic, ‘‘The Autobiograph y of Miss Jane Pittman” stars Cicely Tyson as the former slave whose life reaches to the birth of the civil rights movement. (Repeat) (NBC) — Lt. Hawk figures out gangster’s scheme to make police the executioners of a stool pigeon. THURSDAY, AUG. 12 (NBC) — Spider freaks, and the wary, will get a tight briefing by expert John Cooke with Peter Ustinov narrating a close-up of spiders on “Come Into My Parlor.” (ABC) — Inspector Steve Keller’s life is in jeopardy as he protects a female murder witness on The Streets of Ian Francisco. (Repeat) (NBC) — Jane Fonda woo an Oscar for her role as a prostitute being stalked by a killer in “Klute,” a 1971 movie, on NBC Thursday night at the Movies. (Repeat) (CBS) — Barnaby Jones unmasks a young girl who has infiltrated society to set up burglaries for her boyfriend. (Repeat) FRIDAY, AUG. 13 (NBC) — An argument during their 20th anniversary dinner leads Jack Weston and Marge Redmond to a marriage counselor in For Beti3r or for Worse, first in a comedy three-parter. (CBS) — Dedicated cop (Martin Balsam) fights police corruption and the syndicate in “Confessions of a Police Captain,” on the CBS Friday Night Movies. A 1971 release. (ABC) — Scenery stars as an international assassin stalks his prey through the Costa Del Sol, Tangier and Brussels on the ABC Friday Night Movie. A 1969 movie with James Coburn and Lee Remick. (Repeat) SATURDAY, AUG. 14 (CBS) - CBS Sports Spectacular spotlights George Foreman and Scott LeDoux at the Utica, N.Y., Memorial Auditorium in a heavyweight match and the American Bicentennial Mount Everest Expedition and its efforts to climb the mountain in September. (ABC) — Live coverage of the third round of the PGA Championship on ABC Sports comes from the Congressional Country Club in Washington, DC. (CBS) — Mary Richards feels guilty when she thinks a handsome priest is leaving the church because of her on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. (Repeat) (NBC) — Defending Super Bowl champions, the Pittsburgh Steelers, meet the Washington Redskins in D. C. in a pre-season contest, (CBS) — Telly Savalas, singer Jon Lucien and Sammy Davis Jr., give Diahann^ a rousing send-off on The Diahann Carroll Show. visits Hollywood HOLLYWOOD - Annett Wolf is a beautiful, brown­ eyed redhead from Denmark who is visiting Hollywood and its film sets, making documentaries on entertainment personalities for Danish television. She's a multi-talented women who produces, directs, writes, sings, acts and is good-looking enough to be a high-fashion model. She is — as several of her subjects have told her — the best interviewer they have ever met. She is also a sensitive and eloquent filmmaker. While here, she is scouting American TV for shows for Danish television, where they never dub but merely add the sketchiest of subtitles. Mostly because the majority of Danes understand a good bit of English. Of the new shows she has seen, she likes Serpico best and will recommend it “1 kind of like old Harry 0. but that has been cancelled,” she said. “Starsky and Hutch would go for a certain period, then the audience would tire of it.” She also loves Welcome Back. Hotter and has picked such special events as “The Adams Chronicles,’’“Queen of the Stardust Ballroom,” “Eleanor and Franklin” and m 1-STOP »^^SERVICE fiNSUtANCfl- ^ sMuofswiiu For your Life Health Home Car Farm Business LEWIS C. TAYLOR 107 East 2nd Downtown 826-1622 Swing MFA policyholders for 20 years “Mitzi Gaynor’s Roarin’ 20s” as shows for Danish audiences. ' F^urther, she plans to make selections from variety series and mini-senes, picking one Sonny and Cher, one Lola Falana and so on. Presently, Kojak, Columbo and McCloud are popular Danish TV fare. “You see, we like heavier things.” she says. I’ve viewed several of her documentaries One, an interview with Jerry Lewis, is a powerful piece of film which will never be shown because it dealt with a film he was producing and directing from his own script and which was never completed because money ran out It’s rare to see an interview with a star which leaves the viewer in tears, but that’s what happens here as Lewis himself is seen crying and totally vulnerable A remarkable portrait of a human being But then Annett’s very humanity is the essence that permits her to gently and deeply probe her subjects until they strip away the professional facade and reveal the human beneath A rare art. not generally known to American TV interviewers, Annett is due to return to Denmark soon with the film she has shot on such people as Jack Lemmon, Alfred Hit chcock, Walter Matthau, Steven Spielberg. John Cassavetes and soon She plans to return to the I’ S in January, 1977, already having a commitment for a series of lectures at Cal State Northridge. For fast lift truck service — ff/GHT HERE IN SEDA LI A! Call MORRIS DePRESTE at (816) 827-3980 He's our factory trained mechanic in your area And he has a fully-stocked service truck for performing maintenance or most major overhauls right at your plant That's service you can depend on ClflRKl»! TRUCK SALES 2720 Nicholson Kansas City. Missouri CHARLES E. HARTMAN 1501 S. Limit Sedalia PHONE 826-1520 AMERICAN FAMILY IIMSUFIAISICE junv HOME HEALTH LIFE r*MILV MUTUAL IMtUMAMCC CO AMtmCAN STANDAttO INtUNANCC CO MIMtCAt or AMCNICAN fAMILT INtUAAMCf CAOU» MADISON WKCONtlN tlTOI

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