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Wednesday, August 22, 1962
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18 tHU * S ' AUGUST 23,1962, Loke Charles Amcricon Press •Jurvar Editors Quit on- BIRDS AMUSEMENTS AND ARTS TV NETWORKS ENVIOUS Go/cfwyn Holding Onto His Backlog of /Movies I Rome. It explores some familiar' py lo he allnvcd into lh« 2oih] themes but with some new twists, century, plnys (he hardbitten' and a healthy cynicism through-j Yank in fine style, and he Rots OLlt. I • - - •;; ; y . . ;Charlton Heston, obviously hap-1 rmHi h<"Ip from a lively cast inclu.liriR Els a Martinelli and Harry Guardino. By BOB THOMAS AP Movfe-TelevfeNm Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP> — Samuel! .—the way comedies are selling (nowadays, that ain't bad." in warfare and it is largely suc-| cessful. The film, photographed in Italy with Hollywood interiors, is Joldwvn. whose 80th birthday will I " The Pige0n <Itiat Took Rome " I a '"netful 3*™ al »ut undercover " J "* \ i* «U—. 1 A.*.>..«. _ff*.*_& ** *: 1 i r. _ i • t_ _ c_ .1 . «.* . .» » th * * 1 ** QUESTION: Js the owl really a wise bird? ANSWER: When an owl looks at you with those huge starin t ryes, it certainly seems as if he knew a great deal. The idea that the owl is wise is a very ancient one: in Greece the owl was the sacred animal of the Goddess of Wisdom, Athena. Actually, however, the owl Is no smarter than other birds and there are ft number of birds, such as crows, which definitely have more brains. The wise look comes from the arrangement of the owi's eyes in his head. As our picture shows, most other tr'rds look sideways, some directly so, others partly. But the owl's eyes, besides being rery large so that he can see in the dark, are placed just as the eyes of a human being are, so that they look directly ahead, and this gives the owl a strangely human look. Perhaps an owl ilflght disagree, but it's true that human beings are smart, so that a bird which looks like or resembles a human being is called smart, whether he really Is so or not. • « » FOR YOU TO DO: Get a piece of stiff cardboard and mark out a circle on it, drawing it around a 10 inch dinner plate.'. Sketch a couple of ears as we show at lower left. Cut holes for your eyes and an opening for your nose. Then draw or paint in plenty of feathers, cut it out, hold over your face. You'll see an owl that really is smart! 8-*3 * • * (Nancy Shellady of Enid, OkJa., wins S10 for this question. Mail yours on a post card to Junior Editors i& care of this newspaper.) be marked by an industry dinner i Sunday night, shows no loss of his I powers as a negotiator. i The backlog of Goldwyn movies, i which he wholly owns, is one of the few remaining treasuries as \ yet untapped by television. i "The networks come every year to ask me about it."' . . . . 1 J. Binds nsaln he remarked recently with a con- 1R ineff*cttv« tented smile. 'The offers get bet- "'-tVh?" ter everv time. is. otth« find laughswork the Bating CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Sandbank t. Beaux 6. Baltic rlv«r 7. Head S.Of th* backbnoft I. Spokes of a wheel 11. Harass 12. Body jolnta around! 12- onform 12. DOWN 1. H»!r ornament it Moved J. Subsequently stealthily J. Ctoddes* of 17. Damage infatuation 11. Minister'* 4. Poisonous dwelling spider 34. Drunkard 5. remote J5. Brownie. 16. Astronaut'! word 17. Provided Z9. Rebuff 30. Wadln*bird 31. Peaceful 82. The I 33. Emergrencl** 3<. Rude hut 35. Overt *8. Propel 40. Cllmbinr fern (P.I.) 41. Alrplan* <5. A bribe. 47. Skate "When I turn them down, they! IJ- p' rhp "<. ; ask me what 1 would consider for '' ""• Samoan the films. I told them I am like j , s .R°,!{ u8k a young man who wants to get 2V.Throttled .married. He can't tell you what I7 '?f> r £™y 89 his future wife will be like, but he' »• Brazil : knows that he will recognize her »». inefficient when he sees her. 13. Jap. Tnpni»;;r» i ' of distance ; Goldwyn has had offers for the JJ-p'" r 1(1 i entire backlog and for "H a n s - it. K™.\ V- Christian Andersen" as a holiday tt '""t^n kick special. So far. no sale. ' eo't'.<: "I waited until feature pictures J,;'" t '' rh * were being presented importantly in prime time, not in the afternoon or late at night when working people can't see them," he re- leare rib." 46. A*c»nd*d (comb, form) ' of*!»eV» K marked. "Now that the networks ! so . PS, caife are showing them in the evening, j si. Watches I might be interested." Answer in Classified Section PHONE HE 6-2503 Feature 1:07—3:15 5:25—7:30 | COUNtt PICWSS prtMtft sawphi br IAJSY eawRT KA BUS EDWARDS ^•"Tii »wn aw Produwf bj RED KOHLUM NIGHTLT «:«0 - 10:00 ADULTS $2.95 SUNDAYS 1:00 * 9:00 CHILDREN .... $1.50 Also Serving BREAKFAST. 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Look, lhey wail. Bob Newhart lasted just one season. Sid Caesar is coming back only after a long convalescence from a bad case of ovor-e\pnsure. George Gobel no In:'-;;-:- has his own show. Danny Th nv:s. Joey Bishop, and some of the others have integrated their routines in situation comedies and are now mostly actors. Really, television doesn't seem to have any place for the comedian with set routines except for throe nv.rmtes onre in a while on an Ed Sullivan show or—for pea- mu.-—..i one of those late evening sessions. Bui while most comics fret, an The durable Skelton. at this moment, is so unconcerned about it that he is off on a vacation string of drunks. "I did comedy on the stage in my early career, but I never had from television—playing to audi- any in films until I played ences at state fairs in Illinois, In-j Men, Oh Women' on Broadway, diana and Ohio. ' Now I'm typed in comedy. Listen FREE OUR GIFT TO YOU REG. $3.95 VALUE 5x7 PORTRAIT of your child—all this work. 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