/""" / Art bfc y^ -/ l / ^ I MM 1 Km .*ME 1 J %« I . He bought them — yellow Cadillacs, pink Cadillacs, station wagons, Rolls-Royces. W Dr Scholls Zino-pads 63 MAKE-UP ON THE GOLD STANDARD 64 Robbin Bain, NBC-TV's charming "Today Girl," loves the look of gold make-up for gala evenings and holiday dances. We asked Robbin Bain — a model, actress and former "Miss Rheingold" who realizes the importance of make-up in dramatizing natural good looks.

I E GLEASOJV : i una »i last ■ Some five years ago, Jackie Gleason con- fided to a reporter: "Somewhere along the road, I lost a fine family. These three women — and you can take my word for it — are the greatest! He washed them himself, tinkered with them constantly, improved them in ingenious ways. Scholl's Zino-pads speedily relieve painful pressure on sen- sitive spot, soothe and cushion it. by BARBARA MARCO ■ The Golden Look is definitely in for holiday evenings, and all that glitters is very likely to be the real thing! "I'm all for the Golden Look for evening," Robbin stated when we interviewed her in her Manhattan apartment. Besides Robbin's favorites, here are a few more ways to glitter this holiday season: Try gold foundation under flesh-toned powder for a subtle, luminous complexion.

It took some appropriate wisecracks from his daughter Linda, 20, to bring back the familiar grin known to so many millions of TV viewers and moviegoers. (Cnvtinupd on pnqp 62) 23 ' V I 0m Baby scenes in Paramount film "G. Blues" played for laughs — but gave true picture of the star's own innate tenderness and win- ning ways with small fry. Oh, people recognize me on the street and in restaurants. There's a great big crack in the back of my sacroiliac! V Ue S ° me era ' Rudol Ph Valen- no tomed the ladies and turned them back into the soft, creatures God intended "Fads and Foibles." seen Sunday. " 'Tis a sad, sad day for me, this day of lemonade and tea. You cannot make your shimmy shake on tea." And during the '50s, we had: Hula hoops, Liberace, panty raids, the sack dress, Bermuda shorts, beatniks, the motorcycle boy. Most harassed neighbors of all are the childless couple who live next door to Dennis The Menace (Jay North) and his parents (Herbert Anderson and Gloria Henry, both at left below): The Mitchells — as played by Sylvia Field and Joseph Kearns (at right). Sparring partner is Joey's old friend Charlie Faffif, known to boxing as "Young Charlie Zivic. "But I wouldn't be happy at any other job," he says. Born in Medford, Massachusetts, Richard was about to audition for a musical group in 1939, but — "the program director of WLAW in Lawrence got to me first and asked me if I'd consider an announcing job. He spent three days in Berlin, covering both the East and West sectors. Robert Goulet (Continued from page 36) like Garbo and Sinatra. This substance is now available in sup- pository or ointment form under the name Preparation H®. WANTED Songwriters, with publisher contacts, CS»/*%) want song ideas. Be sure to include color of hair, eyes and clothing for prompt infor- mation on having your enlargements beautifully hand-colored in oil and mounted in FREE FRAMES. Right now, I'm go- ing to concentrate on guest appearances and specials." Although Goulet had early operatic training, he has no ambitions toward the opera as such. And to be recognized as such by myself, as well as by the pub- lic. A fellow may be able to fool others, but it's difficult to fool yourself. And vaudeville had great, truly great, per- formers. Probably worth it — of the five top-rated specials last season, three were Hope's. You see, he's been a sub- stitute father so often already.

The vivacious girl was everywhere at the same time. It has the movie and TV industries and their stars; glamorous night clubs; unusual structures such as the Capitol Records building (shaped like a stack of discs) ; cultural centers such as the Hollywood Bowl; dozens of other attractions which long have made the film capital a prime tourist target. zl * i i LAWRENCE WELX AND MIS CHAMPAGNE MUSIC Welk looks at the lights and says: "It's a long way from North Dakota! Just because an actor plays the principal role in a weekly Western series on television, that doesn't necessarily make him a star, although he may like to think of himself as being one. 41 ■ The beautiful bride and the handsome groom sat at the bridal table holding hands. * /» ^ 43 ■ The beautiful bride and the handsome groom sat at the bridal table holding hands. For five years, these boon companions of the Nelsons (left) have added spice to The Adventures Of Ossie And Harriet: Movie veteran Lyle Talbot, as Joe Randolph; Mary Jane Croft — also known as TV voice of basset hound "Cleo"! Mina Kolb helps Cara Williams prove two head ■ Good fences may make good neighbors, as Robert Frost's farmer said. Certainly, Jackie Gleason's The Honey mooners would have been only half as funny without their pals Ed and Trixie Norton (Art Carney and Joyce Randolph). For five years, these boon companions of the Nelsons (left) have added spice to The Adventures Of Ozzxe And Harriet: Movie veteran Lyle Talbot, as Joe Randolph: Mary Jane Croft — also known as TV voice of basset hound "Geo"! Mina Kolb helps Cara Wi ■ Good fences may make good neighbors, as Robert Frost's farmer said. Certainly, Jackie Gleason's The Honeymooners would have been only half as funny without their pa's Ed and Trixie Norton (Art Carney and Joyce Randolph). Wife Gladys — never seen in the earlier series, but plenty talked-about — came to life in the pretty person of Cara Williams. And that sunshine's just fine for taking family pictures with Sylvia! It was hard to leave the old home in Englewood, New Jersey— near the golf club he owned with pals Buddy Hackett, Phil Foster and Dick Shawn . Seldom has a new personality arrived on the New York scene and been ap- plauded so warmly by the skeptical circle of critics. I hope to keep de- veloping as a performer until I'm sixty. It scares me a little when I consider that, in one appearance on a program like Ed Sullivan's or Garry Moore's, I'm seen by more people than will see 'Camelot' in a year. You'd think Joan Craw- ford and Perry Como were trying to work out a disarmament plan, they're having so much trouble setting a date for her appearance on the show. To those cars of his — he nurses them the way a mother takes care of a baby. Even to his own folks, in a way — providing for them, giving them a home, looking after them as if he were the parent himself.

She gave out details of the gowns to the press, intro- duced her mother to Jackie's friends, fixed the hems and adjusted the frills of other girls at the wedding party, joshed and kidded with her father and sister, kept everyone's spirits up. There was a movement in the shadows back of the soundstage. In ten minutes, he seemed to have aged as many years. And now Hollywood has a new lure for out-of-town visitors: Lawrence Welk! " But many in the vast crowds travel even farther — to see the former farmboy, his musicians and singers (such as Norma Zimmer, pictured with the maestro on the opposite page). I know of an actor who played bit roles in a couple of TV dramas and had a better part in a commercial. Around them, in the Four Arts Club, more than 350 guests at the wed- ding reception milled and chattered. "Perry Como went to the ceremony in a brown business suit. Around them, in the Four Arts Club, more than 350 guests at the wed- ding reception milled and chattered. "Perry Como went to the ceremony in a brown business suit. But TV writers find many a bonus in tearing those fences down, let neighbors swarm as they may! It seems as though — like double dates in real life — foursomes are more fun in television. In fact, some TV "neighbors" have become so popular Neighbors As Flora and George, they add to the feudin', fussin' and fun on The Real Mc Coys: Madge Blake, who started acting after her sons were grown; Andy Clyde, who was a Keystone Cop in silent films. But TV writers find many a bonus in tearing those fences down, let neighbors swarm as they may! It seems as though- like double dates in real life— foursomes are more fun in television. In fact, some TV "neighbors" have become so popul 8 ' 1 on Pete And Gladys 1 . And now their show has added its own Pair of neighbors! Sparring partner is Joey's old friend Charlie Faffif, known to boxing as "Young Charlie Zivic." ■ No doubt the sad-eyed comic felt a pang, moving West for The Joey Bishop Show. hard to leave the Jack Paar gang, where he'd won TV fame and friends. Jack O'Brian, syndi- cated TV columnist of the New York Journal-American, had this to say fol- lowing one of Robert Goulet's guest- shots on the Sullivan program: "As a handsome, virile young singer, Goulet is far different from most of the young- er stars ... There is no point where you can say to yourself, 'I've learned it all. But I'll always be grateful for my big break in 'Camelot' because it has been responsible for my TV ap- pearances." Goulet and his wife, Louise, are sep- arated, and he lives in a bachelor apartment near Manhattan's Central Park. Santa Says: Did you know that Laramie is the highest rated show — in Japan? "If Dee had had the baby, it would have happened all over again, only more so.

Texas A.&M.'s Ty Hardin would be a foot- pro today — instead of Bronco on The Cheyenne Show — if it hadn't been for gridiron injuries. For a while, he developed what was almost an obsession about cars.

WHAT'S NEW ON THE WEST COAST (Continued from page 6) Personal Notes: Edd Byrnes — just about the only Warnerite who hasn't submitted and sold an original story to his own series — explains: "The only writing talent I have is to endorse my weekly paycheck! Before Fabian zoomed to teen-age stardom, he was tops on club-sponsored basketball teams in Philadelphia also halfback on his high-school football team. In near- despair, Elvis tried to fill his life with substitute loves.

Former "Champagne Lady" Roberta Linn wed bandleader Freddie Bell in Las Vegas when he was "between shows" at the Sahara Hotel. Anyway, I'm lucky they remember those guest shots at all. The Surf Side 6 sleuth played football for Texas Christian, once taught skin-diving in Hawaii. And after the death of his mother, after his father's remarriage, the void was even greater.

Broderick Craw- ford bought two houses in Europe — one on the island of Rhodes, an- other off the coast of Spain. But this co-star spot on The Dick Van Dyke Show is a real break. People come up to me and say, 'Hey, I saw you on The Ed Sullivan Show the other night.' And maybe I did the Sullivan spot two years ago. 12 Van Williams — above, setting a high- school record in 1952 — is an all-around athlete. NBC has already contracted Meredith Will- son, composer of "The Music Man," to do an hour-long weekly show begin- ning in the fall of '62. He had his parents, of course, but parents, however loving, cannot fill a young man's life entirely.

I have worshipped him, believed in his talent and been awestruck by his brilliance. by JAMES TAYLOR Despite what he says, Goulet is billed as very much a star on "The Enchanted Nutcracker," big ABC-TV musical special. Then he went on the road in a play and was billed as a television star! In this corner, The Vamp, Theda Bara, who destroyed every man who wandered into her parlor. 38 PREVIEW OF THE MONTH FOIBLES In the 1930s and '40s, people went mad about Latin American dances. Producer Dillion finds it most relaxing to read scripts in his comfortable apartment. "These friends have done more to influence me than any other group, throughout my life. "However, because of Don's urging, I did apply for an audition and was told to come to New York. As a girl, she worked her way through college washing dishes. From the beginning, Elvis was fond of them and they of him. ...5.00 GELATIN-PLUS El Segundo California POEMS WANTED Songs recorded. Perhaps you might say that the dream was not really born in Florida, after all.

But I have never entirely understood him." At Geraldine's wedding in New York City, Jackie made a serious effort to recapture the feeling that once existed for the Gleason family. ■ "When did I first realize that I'd become a star? "I'm not sure that I know what a star really is, or what it means to be one. During the same era, Rudolph Valen- tino tamed the ladies and turned them back into the soft, compliant creatures Sod intended. After a while, some of us — including Alice Ghostley — said, "That's enough, that's enough, take it back; my spine's out of whack! he'd have more time to live at home, eat with the family, play games with his son. Dillion's series is now aired on Saturday afternoons from 2 to 2: 30, with one major exception — four of the 30-minute shows will be ex- panded into 60 or 90-minute dra- mas early this year. Below, his charming wife is the subject of his oil painting hobby. v With way-out antics, Jim keeps the whole staff on the go. Perhaps the strongest of these is Jack Thay- er, general manager of WHK. All loans supervised and regulated by the State of Colorado Department of Banking, your assurance of the highest standards of busi- ness ethics. At the same time, I learned that the producers wanted Laurence Harvey for the part, but didn't give it to him because he couldn't sing. Paul Anka sent enough money back to Canada to buy an Ottawa TV station. Visitors to Graceland often found him playing football with them on the wide, grassy lawns, and the boys' rooms were crowded with the toys Elvis sent them from his tours. Created especially to help grow more beautiful, stronger fingernails faster Ask your Doctor then ask for GELATIN-PLUS at Drug and Department Stores everywhere , . You might say it was born years before, in Tennessee, when a thin, shabby, tow-headed child tried to scrape up courage to make friends with the children in the school yard at recess.

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