Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 6, 1963 · Page 23
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I Channel Chuckle By BIL KEANE 3 Si SlEfl fl "This survey proves it, gentlemen. The commercials are not too loud the sound on the rest of the program is Just too low." On the Town With Vic Wilmot Phoenix, Wed., Marcli , 190 J , : j The Arizona Republic 23 MIDWEEK MADNESS: "The Longest Day" might be dubbed "The Longest Stay." The Oscar nominee has Just completed its seventh week at the Paramount, longest run In the theater's history. And the end isn't In sight . . . George Halas, Mr. Pro Football, has checked Into the Biltmore with his Mln for their annual Valley vacation. He's one of Our Town's biggest boosters . . . Isn't Hugh Hefner pulling out all the stops In a hurry-up effort to purchase the Crescendo in Hollywood? The bistro would be that city's new Playboy Club. It's adjacent to the site where the proposed Playboy hotel will rise . . . Puppet man Walker Edmiston, who exited KOOL-TV here last month, opened a new show on Los Angeles' Channel 5 this week. Same format that tickled the kiddies (and adults) here. w Wilmot Today's TV Tips . I a.m. (10), (12) and II a.m, (3) President Kennedy's Press Conference. I: SO p.m. (J) Wagon Train. "The Emmett Lamton Story." Best en try in many weeks. Duke rides Into trouble when he stops over in High Times, a small town run by a band of outlaws. He accidentally kills one of them who bullies him and, as a result, gradually earns the respect and as sistance of the townsfolk, begin-! ning with a crippled young nvn i a victim of the renegades' reign of' terror. j 7:30 p.m. (10) The Dick Van Dyke Show. This is a vaudeville! show and a very entertaining one. ! Rose Marie sings, Morey Amsterdam does a comedy monologue, and there's a song and dance routine by Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore. The highlight is Van Dyke teaming with rotund Henry Calvin for an amazingly good visual and vocal impression of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. 8 p.m. (12) Perry Como. (Color) Lively hour right from its windy opening number. "Breezin' Along With the Breeze." Comic Charlie Manna does his "Figaro" takeoff; Joanie Sommers solos to "Memories" and "Blues in the Night" and duets with Perry in a wacky "Arrangers" medley (a la Mitch. Lombardo, Welk, etc.) to "Just in Time." Gene Sheldon's banjo- trumming pantomine is fun and so Is his stint accompanying Perry, and the "One, Two, Three, Drum" Step Brothers dance routiine is grand. ' 1 . p.m. (12) The Eleventh Hour.l "A Tumble From a High White' 'Horse." Good acting, particularly) ,by Walter Mattau as a father! ,who isn't sorry he killed a dopej peddler after discovering his son; 'is an addict. Stars Jack Ging and Wendell Corey split duties here; iDSVchnlneist Grahm pvaniininol j (i - ....... ... the father, and pivchiatrist Bas-ett giving medicl aid to the pon. Good as Mattau's lawyer is Telly Savales, who pleads in vain Vith his stubborn client to allow ,a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. ! Be Informed , w iv nunc . t uiauu. Ten Years After Stalin." Another Intriguing and often provocative trans Atlantic conversation between correspondents stationed here and abroad, made possible through the medium of electronics. Eric Sevareid moderates from New York as CBS news chiefs in London, Moscow, Berlin fend Paris parry their thoughts )and assessments with CBS newsmen in Washington and New York. MEL TORME, one of show biz "hot" acts via a sudden burst of national publicity, was, perversely, only a lukewarm attraction during his first few days at Andy's. But the lively ones are now out en masse and reservations are heavy. Ills nightly humor Is as sparkling as his vocals. Sample lip from Mr. Hip: "Now a tune from that new album, 'Lawrence Welk Plays Ahmad Jamal-To Win!' " TIIAT GLOWING shiner on hotelman Jack Hogan's eye Is the result of a golfing incident. His electric cart flipped on the Century Club's course . . . Send get well cards to Art Leonard, manager of the Playmate Lounge in the Playboy. He's an ulcer victim at Maryvale Hospital . . . The special Invitations for the 1963 Sahara Invitational Golf Tournament in Vegas are being designed by ace cartoonist Walt (Fan Fare) Ditzen. And what's so humorous about a $77,777.77 event, Walt? . . . Comic Herb Sells, a Valley visitor, turns up on tonight's "Ranger" video show. It's a favor to his ol' buddy Lew j King. VALLEY SIGHTS: Lt. CoL Shorty Powers, voice of the NASA control program, following the route of a jet while sunning poolside at Mountain Shadows. And happy he has both feet on the ground . . . The comely brunette breezing Into Lute's Scott-dale drugstore for a quickie purchase, clad In little more than a chiffon nightgown. And smiling at the shocked double takes . . . The Robert Cummlngses, Gus Lam pes and Irving (talent agent) Salkows exchanging 2 a.m. laughs in the Arizona Manor's Holiday Restaurant, unaware that the room had been cleared long ago , . . The touch of yesterday seen dally at Adams and Central where the veteran paper man hawks his wares bellowing the day's headlines with "Read all about it!" RON RYAN AND HENRY THOME (currently at The Mews) taped their successful folk song concert at ASU last week and it looks like it will pay off. Two labels have already put in bids . . . ABC-TV presents a special on Marilyn Monroe March 24 . . . Carefree's International Restaurant opened quietly Monday and reports drifting in are that the Tom Darlington project is socko from the varied menu to the eye-opening decor . . . Maybe it's the St. Patrick Day influence, but whatever it is, Dennis Day's latest album of Irish songs is outselling the latest Sinatra effort here. 0 ring 0 wing-ding! ART NEFF overheard it at Greyhound Park: "I hope I break even tonight I'm due to win!" Taliesin Architect To Speak at Yale in New Haven, Conn. Peters, who was associated with Frank Lloyd Wright for 27 years, will discuss Wright's architecture. William Wesley Peters, chief architect of the Taliesin Associated Architects, will address members of the Yale University department of architecture today : Educational TV to Busi- Physical Universe Living World Tele' State Government Social Studies Tele- KAET CHANNEL 8 8:40 a.m. Introduction ness Telecourse. 9:40 a.m. Telecourse. 10:40 a.m. course. 11:40 a.m. Social Studies Tele course. 12:40 p.m Telecourse. 5: IS p.m course. 0 p.m. What's New? "Honeybees and Pollination." 0:30 p.m. State Government Telecourse. j 7:15 p.m. Introduction to Business Telecourse. 8 p.m. Once Upon a Japanese Time. "The Celestial Cave." 8:30 p.m. Living World Telecourse. 9:15 p.m. Physical Universe Telecourse. 10 p.m. Trio Thre Essays. 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