The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on August 3, 1963 · Page 8
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The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts · Page 8

North Adams, Massachusetts
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Saturday, August 3, 1963
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MASSACHUSETTS transcript TC * Radio-TV Timetable Week of Aug. 4th-Aug. 10th SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AUG. 3. 1963 Disney-Land Pirates Show to Repeat SUNDAY, AUGUST 4 7.30-8.30 (NBC) .-Walt Disneys' Wonderful World of Color repeats the two-part adventure of 19th Century land pirates, "The Moon- cussers," this week and next. (Color). 8-9 (CBS) -There's a new edition of The Ed Sullivan Show highlighted by the delightful Italian Mouse, Kate Smith, Jackie Mason, Joya Sherrill_and the Antonio Ballet Espand. 10-11 (NBC) — Show of the Week repeats "Emergency Ward," a real-life documentary about the activities of an interne in. New York's Bellevue Hospital. * * * MONDAY, AUGUST 5 8.30-9 (CBS) - "Hide and Seek," on Vacation Playhouse, is a pilot that made it. Starring Glynis Johns and Keith Andes, it will be the basis for a series next September. 9-10 (CBS) —The Comedy Hour Specials again presents the nuttiness of Jack Benny and Phil Silvers, and Siis week adds the charm of Julie Andrews. 10-11 (ABC) —Don O'Herlihy plays an ugly man and Mariette Hartley a blinded girl who find- peace with each other during the Ben Casey repeat. * * * TUESDAY, AUGUST 6 8.30-9.30 (CBS) —Art Carney, Ann Sheridan, Van Johnson. Dick Shawn and Monique Van Vooren are Talent Scouts. 9.30-10.30 (NBC) —The Dick Powell Show repeats a suspenseful story of a psychotic killer (Lee Marvin), who decides to kill the World "War I: officer (Ricardo Montalban) who taught him to kill in the first place. 10.30-11 (ABC) — Focus on \merica presents the "Picture of a Cuban," a portrait of refugee life in Florida. * * * WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7 7.30-8.30 (ABC) - Eddie Albert gives a good performance as Wagon Trahi repeats an episode about a cripple, his love for his dog, and the frightened widow who tries to care for the man. . 9-10 (NBC) — There's no mystery on The Kraft Mystery Theater, but there is a repeat of a Premiere episode which starred Dana Andrews as a detective who wants to adopt the son of a criminal. 10-11 (CBS) -Hollywood: The Fabulous Era, a fascinating look £D SULLIVAN SHOW—The Italian mouse. action on the Ed Sullivan's latatt discovery, nvstles In Sunday from 8 the hands of bis discoverer. Both will be in Ed Sullivan Show over CBS to 9, back at the last 35 years of the movies, is repeated, with Henry Fonda as narrator. * * * THURSDAY, AUGUST 3 9:30-10 (NBC)—Barrie Chase, the Eddie Cano Quartet, June Christy, Roy Eldredge, Charlie JULY CLEARANCE of LIVING ROOM FURNITURE 20^ OFF ENTIRE STOCK • COLONIAL • MODERN GEORGE M. HOPKINS CO. Established 1688 STUDENT AND HOME FURNISHINGS SPRING ST. SL 8-3719 WILLIAMSTOWN Shavers, Bobby Bryant" and a piano roll performance • by the late George Gershwin are The Lively Ones. (Color) 9:30-10 (ABC) — Tile men of McHale's Navy decide to raise money by having » raffle, and .what more obvious way than to raffle off a date with'a French beauty? 10-11 (ABO—Premiere repeats a powerful episode witb Keir Dullea and Shirley Knight us a pair of young lovers who find themselves after he is paralyzed in an accident, * * * FRIDAY, AUGUST 1 S 8:30-9:30 (CBS)—Rwte M repeats a fantasy set in .Florida's Weeki Wachee Springs-wbtre Tod (Martin Milnert " meets Diane Baker, who may be a real mermaid. 9-9:30 (ABC)—Everybody connected with I'm Dicken . . . Re's Fensler, except Fenster, keeps buying engagement gifts when Arch announces he has, at last, experienced true love. 9:30-10:30 (CBS)—Tfce Alfred Hitchcock Hour repeats "Captive Audience" in which James Mason, as a novelist, sends • tape recordings to his publisher who can't figure out whether they are an outline for a murder story or a real-life plot to kill. * * * SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 7:30-8:30 (NBC) — Sam Benedict winds up in the middle when he handles a pair of clients—one a radical rightist and one a Communist. James Gregory and Nina Foch are guest stars. 8:30-9:30 (CBS)—The »e(»d- ers begins the repeat of the two- part "Madman," a powerful drama in which Don Gordon turn* in a notable performance. 10-11 (CBS)—Kathy Nolan appears in (he Guuimke repeat aa 'a sunny • personality who fleet from cruelty in the orphanage where she ha* been raised. TV in Hollywood By JAMES BACON AP Mbvfe-TetevMM Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Mario Thomas is finding out that a good rote in a ihowcase play can do more for you than a famous father. The actress, 23, is starring in "Sunday in New York" at the Civic Playhouse. The other day she was signed for an episode on television's "Wagon Train" after a casting director had spotted her ' in the play. "Everything is opening up for me in snow business since I went into the play (our months ago," says the pretty daughter of Danny Thomas. "Before • that, thing* were tough." Mark) started out to be an English teacher. For her thesis at the University of Southern California, she did a paper on "Acting, as an approach to teaching." Her logic was so convincing that she gave up the idea of teaching—and has been in show business ever since. "Of course, I have never been out of the business—Dot in our bouse," Mario says. "For years, I was the only teen-ager who regularly received lectures from her father on a coasUo-coast television show." • • * When she -was IS, she was a tomboy and consistently beat her boy friends at tennis and golf. A few weeks later, she tuned in her father's show and heard him lecturing hie teen-age daughter (then played by Sherry Jackson): • "Worst mistake a teen-age girl can make • is to beat her boy friend at sports. She can turn him into a compulsive chocolate milk drinker." ' . Mario got the message — and went on a dress-buying spree. She next wound up*Sn Danny's night club act as "Charge Ac- «ount Susie," in one of his funniest routines. A Home To Please You A Price TVPlease Your Budget N?c» Living Ro«m — F!r<«J.c« Kitck*« — Laundry — Lav*t»ry 2nd H.or 4Cwnr.rt.kl* IWdroomi — Amfil* Cl*»ti tvM Attic — Extn. Urj, ».Jr l .<» Oil H««t $«r... — Stor«« l»m 2 Acr.i L.v.l U»d Price: $17.900 Beauty and Comfort, Too! In A Charming Ranch E«ic;»»t Cabinet Kiteh.n EUetric Stow* And F«n Cozy Dininf sAr«« — Pl«»<nt LMlf R««n Picture Windtw with OuUi Vi«w 3 Attractive l*dr.ont( — AmpU Clout* Tl* .Bathroom lmpr«nir. r^naUd Family Room L«.di=9 t. lnvit(H9 P.tio New Awnino DES1RA1LE NEIGHBORHOOD Price: $20,000 ALTON L PERRY AGENCY Spring Street. Wim«m»town 6L «-4l 19 Mr«. Francis J. >4»«l. Jr. MOhawIt 3-7636

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