The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on July 27, 1969 · Page 44
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 44

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Which of your many projects is taking up most of your time at the moment?" i That is calculated to elicit whether the chap is a lion- tamer or. a turf accountant. A titled English friend of Frost's was more specific. When completely baffled about somebody who'd Just come up, he would say, "Art you writing a book at the mo* ment?" At least that was hit opener until one unrecognized oM acquaintance said, "No, I'm still behind the counter at Dunhill's." Frost, who is 30 and unmarried, and definitely intending to stay unmarried (he tells girls that at the very outset), says he has given up satire since taking over the Westinghouse program which Merv Griffin left to CBS. "Satire is for younger people, and I wanted to go on to other things," Frost says. He's now a hearty participant in American fun. He's the son of a Methodist minister who says a TV audience is considerably like a church congregation; he's a friend of Billy Graham, and he is on good you TV nailbag Dovld Frost interview terms with Prime Minister Wilson and President Nixon. David thinks Rex Harrison was one of his best subjects. He had asked Harrison who was his favorite leading lady. Harrison, who had just finished the homosexual picture, "The Staircase," said, "Audrey Hepburn" — and then, after a dramatic pause, "Next to Richard Burton." UMCD UkJMd aOWfJO -iBca rarcfM* nflwcro Q. - Will "Here Come the Brides" be on TV next season? G. H., Manly. A. — Yes, at 8:30 p.m. on Fridays. Q. — Can you tell me how long "The Beverly Hillbillies" and "Bonanza" have been running on TV? How long and what is the name of the oldest show still on TV? C. W., Des Moines. A. — Bonanza started in 1959 and the Hillbillies in 1962. The longest-running show is Ed Sullivan's, which has been going continually since 1948. Q. — 7s there going to be a concluding program' on "Guns of WiU Sonnett" where Jeff andWiUunUbe reunited* with Jim? What is Clint Eastwood's age, height and will he stick to /timing westerns? S. G., Iowa City. A. — No inkling from producers as to how the "Will Sonnett" series will end. Eastwood was born May 31, 1930, and is 6 feet, 4 inches tall. He has had success in westerns so may stick to them. Q. — How many times was Tyrone Power married, and which wife is the mother of his son who was born after Power died and now lives in Mexico City? M: D., Davenport. A. — Power was mar- ried three times — to French actress Annabglla, Linda Christian and the third to the former Debbie Ann Minardos who is the mother of the boy born in 1959 after Power died. Q. - Will the "Mod Squad" be back next seaason? B. S., Vinton. A. - Yes, at 6 30 on Tuesdays. . 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