rumwm sunnny — 4 Eve's Back In TV With Mothers-In-Law' J V Over 100 "" Stars Set For NBC-TV •"The Mothers-in-Law" to the story of two couples, Eve and Over 100 stars will perform on Herb Hubbard (Eve Arden and the NBC Television Network * r Herbert Rudley) and K a y e the new season in more than 50 and Roger B u e l l (Kaye color entertainment specials, as part of NBC-TV's "Year of Ballard and Roger C. Carmel) Event Television," which be* — Their friendship and their gins with the start of NBC fights — and their involvement Week Sunday, Sept. 10. and meddling in the lives of The following performers are their married children. R also scheduled to appear on NBC-TV during the 1967-68 season: Is the story of the children: Don Adams, Woody Allen, Jerry Buell (Jerry Fogel) and Herb Alpert, Ed Ames, Nancy Suzie Hubbard Buell (Deborah Ames, Dame Judith Anderson, Walley) and how it is for them Edward Andrews, Louis Armto go to college when married— strong, Fred Astaire, Pam Ausand how they react to their tin, Jim Backus, Pearl Bailey, meddling in - laws. Premiere: Lucille Ball, Baja Marimba Sunday, Sept. 10, 1967. Band, The Beatles, Jack Benny, The Hubbards and the Buells Claire Bloom, Benjamin Britten, have lived next door to each Erik Bruhn, Genevieve Bujold, other in a suburban area of Los Victor Buono, George Burns, Eve Arden Deborah Walley Roger C. Carmel Angeles for 15 years. Eve and Raymond Burr, Red Buttons. Herb Hubbard are fairly conAlso, Sid Caesar, Johnny Carventional people who do the teur champion and has lots of doing scripts for western and wanders in, acting out the parts son, Angela Cartwright, Geralright things, support worthy trophies from club tournaments. adventure shows. The Buells are of the spy, the criminal, or dine Chaplin, Syd Charisse, BarHer husband is a partner in a unconventional. Her house can whomever he is writing about causes and p l a y excellent rie Chase, Petula Clark, Joan bridge. Eve's roses are the envy successful law firm and is on best be described as "lived in." at the moment. But even though Collins, Hans Conreid, Perry of the neighborhood and she is the board of trustees of his col- Roger works at home, wearing their modes of life are different, Como, Richard Conte, Bill Cosan ancient bathrobe and smokes the couples are genuinely fond an excellent cook. She plays lege. by, Noel Coward, Bing Crosby, of each other — when they are golf and is very proud of the Kaye's husband, Roger, is a a beloved pipe. He is apt to James Daly, Bill Dana, Bobby fact that she was once an ama- television w r i t e r , currently try out his plots on anyone who not fighting. Darin, Dennis Day, Phyllis DU1er, Mike Douglas, Jimmy Durante. Also, Barbara Eden, Duke Ellington, Maurice Evans, Nanette Fabray, Peter Fatk, Barbara Feldon, Ella Fitzgerald, Eddie 9 Fisher, Henry Fonda, Tennessee Ernie Ford, John Forsythe, EdThe "Bell Telephone Hour" uard Franz, James Garner, "Bonanza," the television's perennially popular Western ser- Television is taking its pick Also scheduled are M a r t h a will continue its two highly suc- Nancy Gates, Eydie Gorme, ies starring Lome Greene, of talent from two continents to Raye, Al Hirt, Inger Stevens, cessful policies started this past Lome Greene, Buddy Hackett, Dan Blocker and Michael Laav appear with star Jerry Lewis Nanette Fabray, Ben Gazzara, season in the 1967-68 season. R Rusty Hammer, Van Heflin, don, starts its ninth season of in "The Jerry Lewis S h o w " Dorothy Provine, Connie S t e v - will continue to offer full hour Charlton Heston, Bob H o p e , colorcasts Sunday, Sept. 17 (9 to during the upcoming season, ens, Dick Shawn, The Doodle- documentary studies in music, Rock Hudson, Burl Ives, Caro10 p.m.) David Canary, 29-year- and the accent is on variety. town Pipers, Roddy McDowall, presenting portraits of artists, lyn Jones, Jack Jones, Gene old former collegiate football Exemplifying the variety of Janet Leigh, Clive Revill, Paul organizations, cities and noted Kelly, Carol Lawrence, Steve star and music major, will be- talents, England's Lynn R e d - Ford, Metropolitan opera star festivals. Also it will continue to Lawrence, Michele Lee, Marpresent all of the commercials jorie Lord, the Norman Luboff come a permanent member of grave and America's S o n n y Anna Moffo and others. the cast in the role of Candy, a and Cher and the Baja Marimba "Many of the names suggest grouped at the end of the pro- Choir, Paul Lynde. professional cowpoke, beginning Band are set for the first Lewis the type of performance o u r gram, rather than have them Also, E. G. Marshall, Dick Martin, Hugh Masekala, Rayshow colorcast on Tuesday, guests will turn in," said Fink- spacer throughout the hour. Sept 24. mond Massey, Willie Mays, Sept. 12 (8-9 pjn.) el. "With Jack Webb and Har There will be 14 programs Created and produced by David Dortort, "Bonanza" was "Lynn will star opposite Jer- ry Morgan, for instance, we this season, as there were last ^ " W Megna, Zubin Mehta, television's first hour color ry in one of the two major com- may stage a take - off on season. This fall, however, the Sid Melton, Yehudi Menuhin, filmed series when it was ini- edy sketches we plan for the 'Dragnet.' But you can look for program will be seen at a new Burgess Meredith, Ethel Mertialy aired in the Fall of 1969. first show," said executive pro- many of the other guests to ap- day and time. Twelve of the man, Liza Minnclli, Roddy McThe award - winning series is ducer Bob Finkel. "In t h e s e pear in roles entirely foreign programs will be shown on Fri- Dowall, Stephen McNaUy, Max seen in over 70 countries and sketches, Jerry will re - create to their usual performances." day evenings, at the rate of Morath, Edmond O'Brien, Jack approximately every third week Paar, Nehemiah Persoff, George has an international audi- the funny characters with which (10-11 p.m.). The first program Plimpton, Michael J. Pollard, ence of some 350,000,000 persons his name is identified such as will take place on Friday, Sept. Juliet Prowse, Tony Randall, the Nutty Professor and t h e each week. 22. The other two programs will Amanda Randolph, Lou Raw Is, Poor Soul. Also in the premiere The stories center around the program, S o n n y and Cher and be offered on Sundays at 6:30 Aldo Ray, Carl Reiner, Don Cartwright family — Ben, Hoss "Weekend," a half - hour of p.m. These latter two will be Rickles, Jason Hobards, the Ba a and'Little Joe — and the color-l^ aja 3 . Marimba ^ u u u 8 Band oaiw wii: w IM hilarious comedy about the teeii- X T V C ^ - T ^ i v-^L nrZ Rockettes, George Rose, Dan ^ wworld o r l d „_ vt, ^^ r W 1 ; t b e Christmas and Easter proful characters who lived during sing and play and mix it up age on JL leave from sschool Rowan. the exciting mining, ranching, with Jerry a bit, Jerry will do and homework, will be present- grams. Also, Phil Silvers, Frank SmaV and timbering days of Nevada a couple of comedy vignettes, ed as a "sneak preview" in col- Among the programs set for,. this year are a musical portrait r ? ' Sonny and Cher, Robert in the mid-19th century. The and there you pretty well have or tonite (7:30-8 p.m.) Stack, Kim Stanley, Connie Cartwrights' v a s t ranch is the show." During this period of surcease of the city of Chicago, a Bach Stevens, Kaye Stevens, Barry named the Ponderosa after the To line up top European per- from the cares of academic life program from the Bach Bethle- Sullivan, Joan Sutherland, Tony great stands of p'une in the Sier- formers such as Miss Red- the cast of "Weekend" demon- hem Festival in Bethlehem, Pa., Tanner, Jam Taylor, Danny ra Nevada mountain range near grave, Oscar nominee for h e r strates what kind of non-schol- a portrait of the conductor Zu- Thomas, Mark) Thomas, Bobby Lake Tahoe. The fictitious ranchr'Georgy Girl" role, Finkel or arly activity they can get in- bin Mehta, an hour visit with Van, Jerry Van Dyke, Jackie) covers 1,000 square miles and his talent scouts have paid sev- volved in, much to their own noted voilmist Joseph Fuchs in Vernon, Edward Villella, Dionne its economic basis is cattle and eral visits to the continent since delight, frequently to the despair bis role as music teacher, s Warwick, Andy Williams, Robin "The Jerry Lewis Show" was of their parents. portrait of ballet dance' Edward timber operations. Wilson and Norman Wisdom7~ The Cartwrights' ranchhouse firmed into the fall schedule. Tun Matthieson plays t h e Villella of the New York City • Finkel himself recently returnBallet and a program of operaIs "located" about two hours teen-age hero, Randy Dobbs, a ride from the bustling town of ed from London where he open- clean-cut but gangling, indus- tic groups titled "Duets to Virginia City. The "town" and ed negotiations with, among oth- trious bumbling youth who suc- Sextets." Others will be announthe ranchhouse are maintained ers, Simone Signoret, Y v e s cumbs to all the latest fads. As ced, as permanent sets at Para- Montand, Robert Morley and a result he is misunderstood by Red Buttons, who recently mount Studios, Hollywood. Ex Margaret Rutherford. Another his parents, taken for granted completed a starring rote in Unitartar locations range from the top English star, L a u r e n c e by his girlfriends and regularly versal^ forthcoming new fen* Lake Tahoe region, various Si- Harvey, Is already set for an foiled in his mad attempts to ture-for-TV, "WORLD PREMgrow up just a little too fast. erra Nevada mountain areas, early Lewis show. IERE! 'Breakout,' " got a new the Mojave Desert, to ranch- "We're looking to European Randy's sidekick is a lad named Celebrity panelists Eve Arden insight into the meaning of a talent because it's a good way Eldon, played by Rick Kelman. and Kaye Ballard (co • stars of newspaperman's regular daily es outside Los Angeles. "The Mothers-In-Law") a n d column." to bring fresh faces to AmerTop guest stars win continue actor Cliff Robertson will help -Fuming on location at Califorican television," Finkel explainON LOCATION IN HJDIAto appear in the series throughhost Larry Blyden play "Pered. "An of our guest talent, The elephant who plays the title nia's maximum security prison out the season. " both European and American, role in "Maya," hour - long ad-jsonality' on the network Mom- at Folsom, Buttons was reading Filming activities on "The will present an interesting blend venture series being filmed day through Friday, Sept 11-15 the prison's newspaper, T h e High Chaparral" were held up of both new and familiar faces." here for 1967-68 season, has a (11-11:80 a.m. in color). Folsom Observer, between shots recently on location near Tuc- Among those set for appear- mind of her own. Jay North, Pre - filmed "guest s t a r s ' when he spotted a column writson, Ariz., when buzzards miss- ances on the Lewis show dur- star of the series, reports that whose inner personalities w i l l ten by one of the inmates. T h e ed their cue. Director Bin Clax- ing the initial weeks of the sea- Maya spotted a sparkling lake be discussed are: Eva Gabor column was titled—Here Today, ton was filming a violent battle son are Jack Webb and Harry during filming recently, wander- (Monday); Bob Newhart (Tues- Here Tomorrow. Drsffnct" scries ed in for a swim and held up day); Sid Caesar (Wednesday); "WORLD P R E M I E R E : when buzzards suddenly!Morgan of appeared. Said he, "Why could-'Robert Goulet, Joey Heather- production for an hour while Steve Allen and Jayne Mead 'Breakout,' ** a l s o starring n't they have waited five min- ton, Imogene Coca and Herman cast and crew tried to lure her'ows (Thursday) and Sammy James Drurv, 1s for future airv until the end of the battle." and the Hermits. out ' " [Davis (Friday)r ling on the NBC Network. 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