Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 98
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THE LATE James Dean's "Rebel Without a Cause" will be shown today, 7:30 p. m., on channel 9. A scene from the picture shows friend restraining Dean. SUNDAY 8:00 A. M. 2 Lamp Unto My Feel: "Forward into the Past" The Bible in the light of contemporary knowledge. 4 Sgl. Preston of the Yukon 5 In God We Trust 8:30 2 Look Up and Live: "The Pcacemongers," satirical play about a peace award. 4 Rex Allen Western: "Colorado Sundown" 5 Herald of Truth 7 Rocky and His Friends 9 Rev. Oral Roberts 11 R a m a r of the Jungle 13 The Christophers: "Schools," Dean Jaggcr 9:00 A. M. 2 Camera Three: "Dialogues in Dance," pas de deux 5 The Advenlist Hour 7 Don Barry Western: "Frontier Vengeance" 9 Movie: "Cariboo Trail," Randolph Scott, Gabby Hayes ('50) 11 Grand Ole Opry. From Nashville, Tcnn. 13 Hispanorama 9:25 2 Harry Reasoner, News 9:30 2 Plays of Shakespeare: "Much Ado about Nothing" 4 Teleplay: "Second Sight, Merle Oberon, Phil Carey 11 Open House, Roy Acuff 10:00 A. M. 2 Light of Faith (Jewish) 4 This Is the Life: "Blind Hatred" 5 Home Buyers Guide, tours Moroccan-style home of Ricardo Montalban 7 Sunset Carson Western: "Red River Renegade" 11 Grand Ole Opry 13 Code 3: 'The Search' 10:30 2 Learning '61: "Beautification Projects" 4 Frontiers of Faith: "Is Christianity Standing Up to Communism?" 9 Movie: "Johnny Apollo," Tyrone Power, Dorothy Lam our ('40) 11 Open House, Roy Acuff 13 Faith for Today 10:55 8 Baseball (see sports box) 11:00 A.M. 2 L.A. Report, G. Holcomb 4 The Big Picture 5 Movie: "Suez," Tyrone Power, Loretta Young, Annahella ('38) 7 Bob Livingston Western: "Laramie Trial" 11 Great Churches: Church of Religious Science 13 Church in the Home 11:30 2 The International Hour "The Astronauts," an Australian drama of four men Iraining for a space shoot. 4 (Color) Movie: "Fair Winds to Java," Fred c MacMurray, Vera Ralston ('53). Piracy. 4 10 Baseball (see sports boa) 12:00 NOON 7 770 on TV, L. Shane 9 Movie: "Yankee Doodle Dandy," James Cagney, Joan Leslie, Walter Huston ('42) 11 Movie: "Dangerous Partners," James Craig, Signe Htissp, Edmund Gwcnn ('45) 13 Rev. Oral Roberts 12:30 2 Movie: "The Fighting O'Flynn," Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Richard Greene, Patricia Medina. Najxjlcon era. 5 Gardena Auction Center 7 Big Story, B. Meredith 13 Gospel of Christ 1:00 P. M. 4 Teleplay: "The Poachers," Ernest Borgnine, Dan Barton 5 Movie: "To the Shores of Tripoli," John Payne, Randolph Scott (''.2) 7 Christian Science Heals 13 Voice of Calvary 1:15 7 Public Service Film 1:30 4 (Color) Existence (agric.) K e n n e t h Smoyer: "Youlh Opportunities in Agriculture" 7 Message of the Master ] 1 Dan Smoot Reports: "Invisible Gov'l." (pt. 1) 13 Cnl'n Corral. Six Western bands (to 4:30) 1:45 )1 Bni'ders Showcase. Tour of 9 model homes. 2:00 P. M. 2 Movie: "Mutiny in the Arctic." Richard Arlen, Andy Devine 4 Spotlight on Opera, Prof. Jan Popper: "Verdi" (1) 7 Rough Riders, K. Taylor 9 (Color) Movie: "Gog," Richard Egan ('55). Science fiction. 2:15 11 Movie: "The Rare Book Murder," Melvyn Douglas 2:30 4 (Color) College Report "Polar Culture," Mt. St. Mary's College 5 Champ'nship Races, Dick MAJOK LEAGUE BASEBALL, 10:55 a.m. on channel 8 (San Diego), has Dizzy Dean with the Red Sox- Yankees game from Yankee S t a d i u m ( b l a c k e d out on channel 2). MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, 11:30 a.m. on channel 10 (San Diego), has Lindsey Nelson with t h e P i r a t e s Braves game from Milwaukee's C o u n t y S t a d i u m (blacked out on channel 4). O L Y M P I C WRESTLING, 11 p.m. on channel 5. Tapes of last Wednesday's card including the Sharpe-Zcbra Kid vs. Torres Bros, main event. Lane (Western, Raceway) 7 EichriiamV on Trial. . Weekly report of trial. 3:00 P. M. 2 'Hie Touch of Fame: "Wolfgang Mozart" 4 Your Man in Washington: Art Barriault 7 Issues and Answers: Liberal Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore), and conservative Sen. John G. Tower (R- Tcx) debate fed. aid lo educalion bills. 3:15 4 (Color) Davey and Golialh (animated relig. film): "Mechanical Man" 3:30 2 American Musical Th'tr.: "Sports Songs," Susan Johnson, Merrill Staton singers 4 Movie: "City That Never Sleeps," Gig Young, Mala Powers ('03). Crime. 7 Movie 9 Movie: "Days of Glory," Gregory Peck, Tamnra Tonmanova ('43). Russian guerrillas. 3:45 31 Movie: "Phantom Haiders," Walter Pidgcon as Nick Carter, Joseph Schildkraut ('39) 4:00 P. M. 2 Insight, Dean I.eonidas Contos. Guest: Dr. Eugene Carson Blake w i t h nis plan to unite 4 Protestant churches. Cycle finale. 4:30 2 TV Journal, Mauiy Green 13 Social Security in Action 4:45 13 Jungle! 5:00 P. M. 2 Accent, James Fleming (see box) 4 International Zone (U.N.), Alistair Cooke: "The Diplomalic Interpreter" 5 The Californians 7 Matty's Funday Funnies 9 Movie: "Leopard Man," Dennis O'Keefe, Margo, Rita Corday ('43) 11 Territory, Underwater: Sunken vessels off Catalina Island 13 Robin Hood, R. Greene 5:30 2 Ted Mack and the Original A m a t e u r Hour. Juggler Tommy C u r t i n returns for 4th appearance. 4 This Is NBC News, Robin McNeil. Reports on Shannon airport, Teamsters' convention 5 Sunday Cartoons 7 Rocky and His Friends 11 Movie: "The Human Comedy," Mickey Rooney, Butch Jenkins, Frank Morgan, Marsha Hunl, Van Johnson ('42). Saroyan's optimistic philosophy on the human race. 13 Press and the Clergy: "Modern Image of Man" 6:00 P. M. 2 1 Love Lucy, Lucille Ball, Lucy wants second honeymoon. 4 (Color) Meet the Press: James R. Hoffa, re-elected president of Teamsters Union. 5 The Invisible Man 7 Adventures of William Tell, Conrad Phillips 13 Newsroom, Don Rose, Prof. Harold Fishman 6:15 9 Post Time at Hollywood Park, Bill Brundige 6:30 2 The 20th Century, Waller Cronkite: "Batlle of the Bulge" (repeat). Gen. Anthony (Nuts!) McAuliffe is eyewitness guest. 4 World Artist Concert Series: Jan Peerce, Nadine Conner, Andre Segovia 5 Polka Parade, D. Sinclair 17 Walt Disney Presents: - -"End of the TraiI,-"-Tom - Tryon as John Slaughter ACCENT--First in a summer tour of the European c u l t u r a l scene. Alexander Kendrick visits Stratford-on- Avon to talk with Peter Hall, director of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and performers Christopher Plummer and Vanessa Redgrave. It's at 5 p.m. on channel 2. ED SULLIVAN -- Scenes from the Bergman-Montand movie, " G o o d b y e Again," plus acls by Felicia Sanders, the B r o t h e r s Four, Joey Adams and Al Kelly, Phyllis Diller, Gali Gali and Timmie Rogers. Taped in advance for showing at 8 p.m. on channel 2. OPEN END -- The drama critic and his reviews ore discussed by Peter Ustinov, producer Peter Glenville and critics from New York, Boston, Paris, Toronto and London. The theatre and new playwrights are other topics, at 9:30 p.m. on channel 11. (repeat). Slaughter pursues Geronimo. 9 Championship Bowling: Blulh vs. Maehren 13 Magic Keys to Success: Charles Simmons 7:00 P. M. 2 Lassie, Jon Provost (repeal). Timmy finds litter of starving orphaned puppies. 4 (Color) Shirley Temple Show (repeat): "The Terrible Clockman," Miss Temple, Eric 1'ortman, Sam Jaffe, Jules Verne tale of clock that becomes obedient monster. 13 Bitter End, Don Rose 7:30 2 Dennis the Menace, Jay N o r t h (repeat). Dennis' good deed backfires as Mr. Wilson goes out of retirement. 5 Meet the Star, Bill Bradley with singer- actress Connie Stevens and panel of newsmen. 7 Maverick, Jack Kelly (repeat). Wealthy passengers are slain at stagecoach stop. 9 (Color) Movie: "Rebel without a Cause," James Dean, Sal Mineo, Natalie Wood, Dennis Hopper, Ann Doran ('55). Juvenile delinquency. 11 Movie: "The Big House," Chester Morris, Wallace Berry, Robert Montgomery ('30). Prison melodrama. 8:00 P. M. 2 The Ed Sullivan Show (see box) 4 National Velvet, Lori Martin (repeat). Grandpa (Edgar Buchanan) sees K i n g run. 5 Bon Voyage, Gunther Less: "Exotic Polynesia" 13 l.incly Theatre, Sidney Linden and guest stars. 8:30 4 The Tab Hunter Show. Paul and Peter follow a gambling hunch and win a casino and chorus line. 5 Brit. Movie: "Bond of Fear." Dermot Walsh 7 The Lnwman, John Russell (repeal). Surgeon poses as limping, bearded porter. 9:00 P. M. 2 G-E Tbeatre (repeat): "The Money Driver," Mickey and Teddy Rooney, Jocelyn Brando. Sulky driver destroys son's love as he strives for top prize money. · -4- (Color) Eurrday Mystery -' :. Hour: "Fear Is the Parent," Mona Freeman, ·· Arthur Franz (repeat)'. Man divulges secret fear to his wife, then she is afraid, too--for her life. 7 The Rebel, Nick Adams (repeat). Michael Ansara guests as boxer victimized by his manager. 13 I-'ishing and Fun in Paradise, Tom Malone 9:30 2 Holiday Lodge, Wayne Shuster. Miller (Wayne) poses as dowager and Boone (Shusler) ;is southern gentleman to protect widow from adventurer. 5 Playboy's Penthouse, Hugh Hefner w i t h Count c Basie, Joe Williams, ^ Tony Bennett, Phyllis Diller 7 The Asphalt Jungle, Jack Warden (repeat). Vera Miles guests as secretary to attorney involved in killing of city employee. 9 (Color) Kingdom of Sea: "Sea Birds, Sea Elephants" 11 Open End, David Susskind (see box) 13 China Smith, Dan Duryea 10:00 P. M. 2 Candid Camera, A r t h u r Godfrey. Pat Harrington Jr. (Guido Panzini) plays shoeshine boy; Dorothy Collins sings to elderly audience. 4 Loretta Young Th'lr. (repeat): "These Few Years," Miss Young. Tragedy is averted by wife's decision to leave New Year's Eve party. 9 I Led Three Lives, Richard Carlson 13 Newsroom, Don Rose, Prof. Harold Fishman 10:30 2 What's My Line, .1. Daly Guest panelists. Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows 4 This Is Your Life, R a l p h Edwards (repeat): Dr. Bob Pierce 5 Business O p p o r t u n i t i e s Show, Jack Rourl'.e 7 Editors' Choice 9 Movie: "Juarez," Paul Muni, Brian Aherne, Bctte Davis ('49) 11:03 P. M. 2 News Special, G. Holcomb 4 Bob Wright, News 5 Olympic Wrestling (see sports box) 7 Lew Irwin Reports 13 Lloyd Taxton Show 2 Movie: "Massacre," Dane Clark, James Craig 4 The Changing Times 7 Rosemary Clooney Show Guest: Carol Channing 11:30 4 Movie: "Decameron Nights," Louis Jourdan, Joan Fontaine, Joan Collins ('53-macle in Italy). Author tries to win girl's affection by telling her two spicy tales. 1:00 A.M. 2 Movie: "Wintertime," Sonja Henie, Cornel Wilde, Jack Oakie, Carole Landis (M3). Skating star saves hotel from bankruptcy. 'WE'LL. H»/e TO TAKE TURNS WATCHIW TV-IT'S THROWN 1 ! THE BOAT OPP TRIM.'"

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