CTVA Canada Talk Show - "Flick Flack" (Global TV)(1974) host William Shatner

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Flick Flack (1974)
   a.k.a. " Flick Flack - Movie Talk"
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox [Uploaded April 2020]
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)
Info from Detroit Free Press, The Windsor Star, Ottawa Journal,
Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal


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FLICK FLACK
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Global TV
Filmed in Toronto, Ontario.
Producer Henry Comor

Canadian Talk Show 1974 14 episodes x 30 mins

Host William Shatner





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Aired on various days at 7pm or 10pm

[01] Flick Flack [Premiere]
07Jan1974 Mon 7pm [rerun 22Jun74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Some of the great Animal Stars are featured.
Host William Shatner meets with some of the people who with skill
and love coach the animals for their parts.

[02] Flick Flack
12Jan1974 Sat 7pm [rerun 20Jul74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
"The Canadians" host William Shatner examines the film industry in Canada.

[03] Flick Flack
18Jan1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 29Jun74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
An interview with Oscar-winning actress Anne Bancroft
and her husband writer-director Mel Brooks.
Mel Brooks the talented Oscar-winning writer and director of "The Producers" and "Twelve Chairs".

[04] Flick Flack
25Jan1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 05May74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Violence on the motion picture screen is discussed by the
World's biggest box office draw Clint Eastwood.

[05] Flick Flack
02Feb1974 Fri 10pm
Host William Shatner
Summary
Three aspects of filmmaking are examined.
The birth of a production is shown, through scenes from "White Dawn" being shot in Baffin Island.
Also featured is the world-wide talent search for an actor to star in a new film -"Doc Savage".
Academy award winning actor Joel Grey talks about his role in "Cabaret" and claims, "the harder I work, the luckier I get".

[06] Flick Flack
08Feb1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 19Apr74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
"Above the Line"
Presents interviews with people involved in different aspects of movie-making.
writer Garson Kanin, producer Martin Ransohoff, director John Frankenheimer
and actor Richard Harris.

[07] Flick Flack
15Feb1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 26Apr74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
"Pot Pourri of Movie Production"
A montage of features about the film industry.
Included scenes from the filming of "The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz" being made in Montreal.

[08] Flick Flack
22Feb1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 11May74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Costume designer Edith Head winner of seven Oscars and twenty-five nominations,
demonstrates with models, sketches and movie clips, the talent that has kept her
at the top of her profession for over forty years.

[09] Flick Flack
01Mar1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 18May74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Host William Shatner traces 72 years of the history of Science Fiction films.

[10] Flick Flack
08Mar1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 25May74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
A talk with movie directors George Cukor and John Schlesinger.

[--] Flick Flack
15Mar1974 Fri 10pm [repeat from 19Jan74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Some of the great animal stars are featured.
Host William Shatner meets with some of the people who with skill
and love coach the animals for their parts.

[11] Flick Flack
22Mar1974 Fri 10pm
Host William Shatner
Summary
Interview with actor Lloyd Bridges and sons actors Jeff and Beau Bridges

[12] Flick Flack
29Mar1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 22Jun74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Scenes from Serpico, The Godfather, The Great Gatsby and Love Story are featured
in a look at the history of Paramount Studios in Hollywood from 1912 to 1974.

[13] Flick Flack
05Apr1974 Fri 10pm
Host William Shatner
Summary
Jack Lemmon is the subject of tonight's show.
His life and career are discusses, and clips are shown of many of his greatest performances.
Unique insight into the life of Jack Lemmon.
He talks to host William Shatner about his early days in Hollywood, and how he
gradually reached the height of his career by winning an Oscar for "Mister Roberts".

*Note: This was scheduled to be the first episode of the series but due to
a dispute between United Artists and Global, the studio withdrew approval for Flick Flack's use
of clips from "The Apartment" and "Some Like It Hot".

[14] Flick Flack [Final New Show]
12Apr1974 Fri 10pm [rerun 15Jun74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
"Special Effects"
William Shatner deals with the creation of special effects for the movies.

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Flick Flack - Repeats
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[--] Flick Flack
19Apr1974 Fri 10pm [repeat from 08Feb74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
"Above the Line".
Interviews with Garson Kanin, Martin Ransohoff, John Frankenheimer and Richard Harris.

[--] Flick Flack
26Apr1974 Fri 10pm [repeat from 15Feb74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
"Pot Pourri of Movie Production."
A montage of features about the film industry.

[--] Flick Flack
04May1974 Sat 6:30pm [repeat from 26Jan74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Violence on the motion picture screen is discussed by the
World's biggest box office draw Clint Eastwood.

[--] Flick Flack
11May1974 Sat 6:30pm [repeat from 22Feb74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Costume designer Edith Head winner of seven Oscars and twenty-five nominations,
demonstrates with models, sketches and movie clips, the talent that has kept her
at the top of her profession for over forty years.

[--] Flick Flack
18May1974 Sat 6:30pm [repeat from 01Mar74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Host William Shatner looks at 72 years of science-fiction movie-making.

[--] Flick Flack
25May1974 Sat 6:30pm [repeat from 08Mar74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Two great directors George Cukor and John Schlesinger are on tonight's program.

[--] Flick Flack
01Jun1974 Sat 11pm [repeat from 29Mar74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
The history of Paramount Studios.

[--] Flick Flack
08Jun1974 Sat 11pm [repeat from 26Jan74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Clint Eastwood and movie violence.

[--] Flick Flack
15Jun1974 Sat 11pm [repeat from 12Apr74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
The creation of special effects for movies.

[--] Flick Flack
22Jun1974 Sat 11pm [repeat from 19Jan74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Some of the great animal stars are featured.

[--] Flick Flack
29Jun1974 Sat 11pm [repeat from 22Mar74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Interviews with Anne Bancroft and Mel Brooks.

[--] Flick Flack
06Jul1974 Sat 11pm [repeat from 19Jan74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Jack Lemmon interview

[--] Flick Flack
13Jul1974 Sat 11pm [repeat from 01Feb74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
Interviews with writer Garson Kanin, producer Martin Ransohoff,
director John Frankenheimer and actor Richard Harris.

[--] Flick Flack [Final repeat]
20Jul74 [repeat from 12Jan74]
Host William Shatner
Summary
"The Canadians" host William Shatner examines the film industry in Canada.


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