THE SUMMER DAILY
Tuesday, June 19, 1'973
Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Tuesday, June 19, 1973
6:00 2 11 Baseball-Detroit at
4 7 13 News
9 Courtship of Eddie's Father
"0 Stagecoach wet
24 ABC News-Smith/Reasoner
56 Chan-ese Way-Cooking
6:30 4 13 NBC News-John Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith/Reasoner
9 I Dream of Jeannie-Comedy
?4 Dick Vans Dyke-Comedy
50 Gilligan's Island
56 How Do Your Children Grow?
7:00 4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
13 What's My Line?
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Bowling for Dollars
50 I Love Lucy-Comedy
56 French Chef
7:30 4 You Asked for It
7 Price Is Right
9 Wacky World of Jonathan
14 Truth or Consequences
:00 4 13 Movie
7 24 Roberta Flack ... The
First Time Ever-Music
20 Buke' Law-Crime Drama
511 American Odyssey
50 Dragnet-Crime Drama
8:30 2 11 HawaiI Five-O
7 24 Movie
"The Heist" (American; 1972)
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 9 News-Don West
20 There Is An Answer-Religion
56 International Performance
9:30 2 11 Pilot Films
20 Seven Hundred Club
10:00 4 13 NBC Reports
7 24 Marcus Welby, M.D.
9 Ascent of Man-Documentary
50 Perry Mason
56 Detroit Black Journal
10:30 56 Project 360
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
50One Step Beyond-Drama
1:30 2 11 Movie
"They Ran for Their Lives"
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 American Bandstand's
Special: Dick Clark salutes 20
years of dancin, fads and fash-
ions on the Bandstand.
Includes Cheech and Chong
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"THEATRE OF AMAZING
By GLORIA JANE SMITH
Sunday night, we dropped by
the Pretzel Bell for a nightcap,
and on stage a male singer/
guitarist was soloing his w a y
through old Beatles and Airplane
An amplified minstrel of sorts,
Rhone Bourdages is also a mem-
ber of "Leaves of Grass" (you
must remember them from your
THE GROUP, which has been
playing locally for over six years,
is keeping busy doing gigs f or
orientation freshies twice weekly.
And if you make it down to the
Art Fair this July, you'll pro-
bably hear them there.
We walked in on the end of
Rhone's set, so I'll save any in-
depth comments for later. He
tells me though, that most of his
material is original and that his
sets usually wind down (or up,
if you prefer) with more famil-
iar favorites. Catch this recent
addition to P-BELL fare n e x t
Sunday . .
For tonight: TATE BLUES
BAND (formerly Terry Tate and
United Supply) play at Mr.
Flood's Party; OKRA (jazz) play
at the Blind Pig; MOJO BOOGIE
BAND play at Flick's; POOH
(light rock) play at Bimbo's Ypsi.
20 New Directions
"Tower of Terror." (English;
12:00 0 Movie
"O s ind of Woman."(1951)
1:00 4 7 13 News
"Cavalry Command." (1965)
2:50 2 News
LOS ANGELES (P)- - It seem-
ed inevitable that television in
its insatiable hunger for success-
ful formulas would return to one
of the most successful of all
time - "Perry Mason."
"Perry Mason," which ran for
nine years on CBS and probably
will run forever in syndication, is
being revised, revamped and re-
cycled for the fall season.
THE ERLE Stanley Gardner
creation, a lawyer who never los-
es a case - at least not on the
air, will be played by M o n t e
Markham. Markham left t h e
Broadway production "Irene" af-
ter winning out over 300 other
actors in- a nine-month talent
hunt, The other parts are still
Ernie Frankel, who is coproduc-
er of the show with Art Seid,
professes not to be concerned
that Raymond Burr may be in-
delibly stamped in the minds of
most viewers as Perry Mason.
"With all due respect for Ray,
he did not create Perry Mason.
Erle Stanley Gardner did," said
Frankel, who was story consult-
ant the last year of the old ser-
"I THINK what Monte Mark-
ham will bring to the role is an
interpretation of Gardner's work
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ANCED FILM . UNIQUE
AMONG MOVIES BY OR
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7 Fr 9 p.m.
Dennis Hopper, Warren Oates
Soon: 007 in "LIVE & LET DIE"
In structure the show will be
the same. There will be no tam-
pering with that. Mason, aided by
Della Street and Paul Drake,
will confront Dist. Atty. Hamilton
Burger and Lt. Tragg in the
courtroom climax. His client will
be wrongly accused of murder
and each week Mason will sift
through the clues to determine
the real killer.
"We're going to preserve the
Gardner concept," said Frankel.
"HE WAS the most successful
mystery writer in the world.
That formula works.
"But this is 1973 and if Gardner
were alive today he would be the
first to say let's make it real.
His philosophy always was to be
with it and reflect the world.
Mason will' be a contemporary
In the original series Della
spent most of her time answering
the telephone. She will be a little
more liberated now, serving as
an assistant to Mason.
FRANKEL SAID, "We'll be
able to do things in the show
we couldn't do before. As long
as it's done in good taste.
"You won't see Della a n d
Perry getting out of bed togeth-
er, but you will see that they are
devoted to each other."
ASKED ABOUT Mason's win-
ning streak, Frankel said, "Gard-
ner s answer to that was he al-
ways won because he always de-
fended an innocent man. Mason
will lose cases - but not on CBS
on Sunday nights."
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