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BUGS BUNNY ' 1 '- I ( BU6S.H0W ) fASOuT F:v 8JCKS.H ri CN PO VA A I I I II Z Z f3 WUCH WILLS PUNA: TEMP08A8VJ08 1 ' ff ll y "YOU CHA?SE TO v THAT'LL KEEP OUT TH' . ! (FIX THAT CgACK JN KOjT?AGEOjS ! Pg AUGHT FEg A9UC! 1 TELEVISION IM REVIEW: 'Adult Ghbstern'. Chilling, In Henry James TV Novel By FRED DANZIG UPI Staff Writer NKW VOIIK I I'l ' IU-nry .la-ncs' ir-vcl. "Tlie Turn of the iwrew." iWf l a chilling, skill nil uml riii'iniuiil'lc intcroretation I'liBsiliiy nitilil as XBC'-TV's Slar timc M-mimitc presfnlalion. In this TV aue. tin- Jiinu-s stor' iai probably he culled an "aJull nhostwn," (or it deals with ai K)lish coverreis who sees or does she? ghosts a', the lMtli t'enlury country estate ti which she sues to -care for two young sters. Do the appa itiohs actually fight for the souls of the children cr is it all in the warped, lonely frustrated mir-J of the governess' This is the question that leaves the reader's imagination buzzing along after the final sentence is read. The story has a multi-level impact and I especially like the meaning that lleywood Broun once gave it: "We cai do anything," he said, "We must do anything, raUier than try to go it alor.e, with our helpless and terrified loneliness clutching at us in the night." The TV version, a magnificent ly staged color production, was not as subtle as the book. Where the book buill slowly but relent lessly toward its climax, the three acts in the teleplay each generat ed their own chills. Where the book po'trayed Flora as an inno cent, sweet child, the teleplay dis torted her character to make her a weirdy, presumably to expedite the sus-K'nse-generating appara tus. The juxtapositions of scenes by the TV adapter, James t'osti gan, nevertheless remained re markably faithful to the spirit of the story. And no pun intended. Director-producer ,John Krank- enheimer used thunderstorms, mists, mirrored reflections, shad- o.vs and winding staircases to punctuate his story- The James stcry is more matter-of-fact than this in raising goosebumps, but in the TV play there were goose bumps aplenty when the appari tions of I'eter Quint and Miss Jessel appeared. In the starring role as the tor tured governess, Ingrid Bergman was majestic. Completely in com mand of her difficult role, her portrayal imparted proper de li its of hysteria, courage and de votion. Her debut in a TV drama was a rouser. Hey wood Morse, 11 years old. was suiierb as young Miles but Alexandra Wager, age it. had difficulty as his sister. Had her part remained true to the original, she no doubt would have managed much better. As 'ghosts,'' Laurinda Barrett and I'aul Stevens were blood curdling and Isobel Elsom as the elderly Mrs. Grose was effective, although her role has little mean ing since make no mistake about it the night belonged to Miss Bergman. The Chanr.tl Swim: Alan Jay l.ei.:er. who created the book and lyrics lor My fair Lady. is got out pi educing tw o comedy adventure drunk." halt-hour shows for MGM-TV. Ur.e, Me and My Gals, is alwul a scng-and-dance man touring Kuro:e with a showgirl troupe. The other is called P S. From I'aris and is basrd on the ex ploits of Art Buchwald, a news paper columnist. Eleven other new properties also are being de veloped by MOM-TV (or the 19M 61 season. Harry Bclafonte's Dec. 10 CBS TV special will feature Odc'.ta. popular among folk song aficiona dos. Kileen Farrell stars on NBC TV's Kaster Sunday Bell Tele phone snccial next April. Comedi an George Burns gees dramatic in a GE Theater play. "Platinum on the Rocks," being filmed this week in Hollywood. The support ing cast for Alec Guinness' NBC TV special, "The Wicked Scheme of Jebal Decks," includes Charles Coburn. Henry Jones and Patricia Hairy. Telecast date is Tuesday, Nov. 10. Who said the era of the "big TV prize' is dead? Dick Clark's ABC-TV American Band stand Show is running a contest for teen-agers. The best essayist on "Why I would like to have din ner with Fabian" gets to dine with the rock 'n roll idol. Obsrvr, La Grande, Ore., Wed., Oct. 21, 1959 .Page 6 Side Glances j T.M. Rf. V . Pwt- OK "What did you buy with the money you saved On uargam Errol Flynn; Rash, Bold When He First Invaded' Hollywood (This , M 'fib ttcone) in thre part series on the life and times of Errol Flynn. To dty "Errol Flynn's Career.") By VERNON SCOTT - UPI Hoilywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD lUPI' Callow, cocksure and green as grass when he invaded the land of movie giants, Errol Flynn tackled Hollywood with the confidence of a platcon of marines. He was brash, and an atrocious actor, but Klynn had years of roUjT-and tumble adventure be hind him from gold mining to pearl-diving. Hojlywood was just another stop, a temporary one, on his zig-zag course through life. His lack of dedication to the acting arts worked in his favor. Warner Brothers studio found him playing bit parts in England and signed him to a contract. Starring for Warners at the time was a group of tough, eccentric he-men who specialized in gang ster films Humphrey Bogart, Jimmy. Cagney, Edward C. Rob inson and George Raft. Tough as they were, Flynn made 'em look like tabby cats. Bogart Growled Admiration A few years before his death Bogart growled grudging admira tion for the young FTynn of the mid 1930s. "We were all working hard in those days, taking a lot of abuse from the big shots whenever we of line or got a little Bogey recalled. "Then DAILY JV LOG 2KREM m KXLY g KHQ TV f TV O TV WEDNESDAY ii Oil. r.l.-i-ii Nowe Sports Movie (Omi.) I . 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I'' l...e That Huh Staire 4 The Thin Man 11:45 " " " 1 Miimi- Hiimo Tike 4 Tounf Dr. Malone 1-, Pan Smoot - 1 : Iliirna A Allen An the World Turn From These Root 1 4 5 " " " Teii Pay In t'ourt For lleiter or Wnrn llonae on Hih St.. ; ii dale Storm Show- llouae Party Split Personality 4 5 " " .1 n Ileal The I'loek HiK Payoff Matinee on BIS J .15 .1 in Xnt. Ilanilnland Verdi.-t Is Yours ill - " - "T''.! " llriahier Pay - 4 15 Seetet St.. rill . 4 i l'..Me lalse of Night ' " 4 41 " " rnlnt-O-Pete imi lianiar o uvimk Movie 5 li " 5 .la llin-ky ,4 His Itobin Hood 1 l . F'rlend " inn lOfi; It ITMiae wp i.w.ii iii.vt msTion 1 iiion 3Teriom I muilty cannot bo guaranteed by the La Grand Onierver. this big Irish palooka comes along and makes screaming head lines with his romances and stuff. "The studio brass would give all of us heavies hell for weeks, but Flynn would charm his' way out of the dog house in five min utes." Flynn always admitted he was something less than a great ac tcr, but from his very first lead ing role the magnetism of star dom came . across. After playing a corpse in his first picture. "The Case of The Curious Bride," he was assigned a miniscule role in a Turkey titled "Don't Bet On Blondes." It was enough for Flynn's engaging. guileless grin to catch the eye of the Brothers Warner. Star In "Captain Blood"1 In his third movie he starred in the title role of "Captain Blood." Like they say in Holly wood, he became a star over night. Love scenes and fights duels, fist fights, wrestling matches- and barroom brawls were his cine matic strong points, perhaps his only points as a performer. These limited talents were enough to earn him 10 million dollars and world wide fame. When he appeared in dull movies the public forgave him his pri vate life more than making up for the duds. In 1942 he played his biggest off-screen role during a lurid court battle in which he was ac cused of statutory rape by Pejgy La-ue Satterlee, 16. and Betty Hansen, 17. It was a front page carnival throughout the fall and winter of that year. He won the case and his popularity soared. Then there ere his fights. Flynn a f'rmcr amateur boxer was sort of an uncrowned champ of the bistro-weights. Going to the Dogs Nightclub outings frequently re sulted in brawls. Among Flynn's opoonents were Canadian million aire Duncan McMartin, Daa Top ping, Jimmy Fidler and director John llustcn. . N ,'v Appeared In Costume Epics An imieccable dresser off screen, the dashing playboy rare ly appeared in films other than costume epics. He cut a mighty figure in tights, flaring capes and boots. ' At the height of his career, in the early 40s, Flynn became a social lion among Hollywood's elite. He held a position some what similar to Frank Sinatra's current pinnacle high llama of the high livers. He bought a huge white ranch house atop Mulholland Drive, overlooking both the Pacific Ocean and Los Angeles in one side, and the San Fernanlo .Val ley on the other. He entoitained lavishly, lustily and, accorling to his critics, lasciviously. ' i 1 But Flynn was no crudefrough neck. ' His home was tasbfully furnished and suoerb art works from every corner of the rvorld crowded the rooms. t Asked about the house shirtly before his death, he said it had gone for taxes, adding. "On of my wives nationalized it."i He was deeply fond of the home, but he would rather make jokei than let anyone suspect the sentiment he felt. ii As his career zoomed from "Chtrge cf The Light Brigade" to "The Adventures of Robin Ho d" to "Gentleman Jin," Er rol Flynn was one of the busiest and most successful sUrs in Hollywood, ar.d he speet the rroney as fast as it rolled in on fast cars, fast women and slow yachts. 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