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By Harry MacArthur
Pick Temple, who reports from
the top of Old Sjnokey several
times a week via WTOP-TV,
stepped into the breach in a West
ern film the other Sunday and
led sharply with his chin. If he
had ever been a cub reporter on a
newspaper, he would have known
better. He would have known
more about the sensitive aspects
of human nature.
Being a man of good will, how
ever, it never occurred to him
that anyone would mistake any
thing he said for ill will.
What he did, during the pause
in the cinematic gunfire, was to
say something to the effect that
“That man Taggart’s the villain.
With a name like that, he couldn’t
be anything else.” The inevitable
happened immediately to the
WTOP-TV telephones and Mr.
Temple came back very soon to
aDolosrize. He didn’t, mpnn nil
honest, right-thinking Taggarts,
he said. Just the one in the
movie.
Mr. Temple was mc-ely the vic
tim of the system. In the mass
production of entertainment, Hol
lywood has set down certain rules.
In the run-of-Hollywooc. picture,
the characters are 'ainted in
black and white and there is no
doubt who the villain is. Another
rule is that the plot—a sort of
outline of what’s been going on—
must be restated every 15 minutes
for the benefit of those who came
in late.
This makes American movies
especially adaptable to the con
strictions of television’s time pe
riods. You can cut 30 minutes out
of a 1 hour and 30 minute Holly
wood fill* without confusing the
viewers, just so long as you leave
in enough of those restatements
of the plot.
* * * *
This doesn’t hold true of many
British films. You cut some minor
minute out of one of those British
suspense films and you are likely
to-find in the end that the picture
doesn’t make any sense at all. Cut
a little more than a third out, as
in the case of a 1 hour and 30
minute movie fitted into a TV
hour, and you are likely to wind
up with the plot completely lost,
with people acting with no moti
vation whatever and with flocks
of characters and sub-plots dan
gling at the end from the dipole
antenna.
Television has demonstrated
this intractible nature of Brit
ish movies several times this sum
mer and in so doing has clearly
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for Hollywood. The West Coast
movie-makers can win the battle
for the audience in a walk.
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their movies in inconvenient
lengths and abandon some of
those rules, especially the one
about clearing up the plot every
15 minutes. They can even give
their first run movies to television
then make money on them.
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saw part of ‘Disgruntled Sinners’
on TV last night! Find out what
it’s all about!! See it all tonight!!!
Complete!!! Uncut!! At the
Bijou!”
Any theater owner who wanted
to book “Corridor of Mirrors”
right now ought to fill his estab
lishment easily with people who
couldn’t make any sense out of
it on television *the other night.
* * * *
Premiere: Tonight at 8 WNBW
will send the NBC-TV network
some evidence that Washington
can produce something other than
news and interview programs. The
program will be the already-an
nounced “Heritage,” which will
have the WNBW cameras and
microphones at the National Gal
lery of Art for an hour of art and
music. Richard Bales will conduct
| the National Gallery Orchestra,
John Walker will discuss and
show paintings by Stuart, Copley
and West, and Rose D’Amore will
intreview John Ward. “Heritage”
is being produced by Ralph Burgin
and directed by Joseph Browne.
* * * *
School of Hard Knocks: Tim
Moore, who plays the Kingflsh on
“Amos ’n’ Andy” (WTOP-TV—
Thursday, 8:30 p.m.), is an ex
prizefighter with 104 professional
bouts to his credit. He likes to
reminisce about Joe Gans, with
whom he toured as an exhibition
bout sparring partner and who,
he thinks, contributed a lot to his
education.
He remembers, for instance, one
night when Gans asked him be
fore a bout, “Is your girl out
there?”
Moore said she was and Gans
said, “Okay, I’ll let you tag me a
couple.” A few minutes later Mr.
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“I forgot to tell you,” Gans ex
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Then there was the time when
Gans taught Moore a “secret
weapon” punch he had developed
Came that moment in their next
exhibition when Moore thought
he’d try the blow on its inventor,
He let it fly and immediately
found himself on the canvas
again.
“I never teach any one s
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P.M. WMAL 630 WRC980 WWDC 1260 WINX 1340 WEAM 1390 WOL 1450 WTOP 1500
:N Star News News, Eld Baseball Nears, Cavalcade News; Cactus Matt News; Background News; Edward*
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:Mf Congress Taday Bitters Platters Baseball News, Cavalcada News; Dancing II. N. Spotlight Eddie Callaher's
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:j| Lane Ranger News of the Warid At Cavalcade Places to Knew John Vandercoak ” "
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30 Bull of Twa Cities Mr. Disc Attorney At ’’ >’ ” " Charlie Bright Yours Truly,
:«5 ” " Drama Washington_Will Allen ” " ” Johnny Dollar
:pp News; Lawrence The Big Story Baseball News; Lowe News;~Cactus News; Frank Edward The Big Job
j A:15 Walk Orchestra Drama Cleveland Jackson Lowe Cactus Matt House Jack Built " "
111.30 News ef Tomorrow Private Files uf At ” '* •• •> News; House George Sloan
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Radio Tomorrow Thursday, August 2, 1951
A.M. WMAL 630 WRC 980 WWPC 1260 WINX 1340 WEAM 1390 WOL 1450 WTOP 1500
Niws—Click News; Bill Hersm Art Briwi Niws—Dull Weather; Cnliy News, Fmk Blair Niws-Mirh Evans
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8:15 Jin Sihbons Bill Hersan “ ” Herh Davis Zeb Turnir Frank Blair Sundial
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01 Breakfast Cluh NeisTBIH Hirsii Art Brawn Niws-davis- ~ Niws; Turnir Niws, Rail Naurs af America
9:15 Bon Mf'dilll Bill Hersm ’* "i Miss, fas Herh Davis Zeb Turner Conn. Avi. Shopper Yiu'ra the Tip
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;45 " ” " M. D. Fird ! ” " " ” Franklin Kennedy Nancy Dim
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M - •' '• " Tune Test; News ” “ ’* " *’ ” Our Gal Sunlay
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P.M. WNBW TCH.~4) WTTG *Ch7 5> WMAL (Ch. 7) WTOP~ChT~9i
:BB Foottipht Theoter Shop the Town Frontier Theitor Pick Temple
6:11 “Minstrel Dionne Contemn “Chest ef ot Sopebrush
30 Mon” Spoce CoPet Hidden Volley’' Top ef the News
:45 " News Time ter Beony Burn ’Em tip Bornes " *’
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45 News Corovoe Stope Entronoe lifetime TV's Top Tunes
| M Heritope Pursuit — Adult Education Arthur Godfrey’s
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•> « " World Series ” ”
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:5B Television Theoter Pursuit Cwinn Show Strike It Rich
9:15 “Hildo McKoy" Here Mopie " "
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.45 " ” •' ” " ” _ Mystery, Dromo
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1 ft.15 Beit Shew M M ” ” " ”
IU:3* Stars Over Hellyweed FIb-pr Wife
45 • •> Tony Wokemon Mup^nd Cone _
Til' News Nite Owl Theoter Connor BockT iports News, Sports
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Television Tomorrow Thursday, Aug^t 2,1951
WNBW—12, Pietro's Plict; 12:20, Inn’s Untie; 1, Peoples Playhouse; 2, ». Harkness; 2:15, Mostly
Music; 2:30, Matinee Theater; 3, Miss Susan; 7:15, Vacation Wonderlands; 3:30, How Yau
Talk; 4, Straw Hat Matinee 5, Hawkins Falls; 5:15, Cowhoy Playheuse; 5:30, Howdy Doody.
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Matinee Theater; 1:45, Midday Chapel: 7, TV Disc Jockey; 2:30, Shop the Town; 3, News,
Neel; 3:05 TV Blsc Jockey; 4, News; 4:05, TV Disc Jockey; 5, News; 5:05 TV Disc Joc
key; 5:45, Tony Wakeman.
WMAL—2, Hollywood Matinee; 3, Ruth Crane; 3:30, The X-Ray; 3:45, Jach Henry-News; 4,
Bailey Cess Show.
KTOP—10:30, Modern Homemaker (In chlor); 11, Western Theater; 11:30, Strike It Rich; 12, Steve
Allen Show; 1:30, Carry Moore Show; 2:30, First 100 Years; 2:45, Vanity Fair-, 3:15, Bride
and Broom; 3:30, Meet Year Cover Girl; 4, Homemakers' txch.; 4:30, Yep Kindertarten;
5, Cowboy Playhouse.
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Radio Today.
9:00, WTOP—Escape: The drama
is Millard Kaufman’s "The Gladi
ator.”
9:30, WASH — Family Theater:
Jimmy Durante stars in “Rhapsody
in Bop.”
9:30, WCFM—Faith of Our Fa
thers: The fourth episode of Paul
Green’s drama is presented. '
Evening news broadcast, di
rect from The Star’s news
room, Monday through Friday
over Stations WMAL and
WMAL-FM: 6 p.m.
10:00, WTOP—The Big Job: A
special half-hour human interest
program including dramatic narra
tion and interviews from the Kan
sas flood scene
10:00, WRC—Big Story : The dra
matization is based on the experi
ences of Reporter Jack Sutphin.
10:30, WTOP—George Sloan: Mr.
Sloan speaks on "Arms and the
Businessman.”
Television Today.
8:00, WNBW—Heritage: The new
program presents music and art from
the National Gallery of Art in
Washington; John Walker com
ments on famous pictures and art
objects; Rose d’Amore interviews
composers and musicians; Richard
Bales conducts the Gallery orches
tra.
8:30, WMAL—World Series: High
lights of the World Series of 1947
are shown.
9:00, WNBW—Television Theater:
“Hilda McKay,” a modern version of
Henrik Isben’s "Hedda Gabler,” is
presented, starring John Baragrey
and Polly Rowles.
9:30, WTOP—The Web: Walter C.
Brown’s story, “According to Regu
lations,” is dramatized.
10:00, WTOP — Sports Newsreel:
The newsreel features Jersey Joe
Walcott.
10:30, WNBW—Stars Over Holly
wood: Allen Mowbray stars in "It
Happened in Heaven.”
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