Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 33
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MONDAY *« ».*.--FATHER KNOWS BEST. In "Bud Branches Out," Bud experiences puppy pangs for the new French teacher. Robert Young and Jan* Wyatt star. (Channel 13) 1:4* p.M,--DANNY THOMAS. A rerun of the show in which Hie 6-year-old Chinese pianist, Ginny Tiu^ makes a guest appearance. (Channel 4) t:M p.m.--STEVE ALLEN. Diana Dors and Mort Sahl join the regulars. (Channel 4) fcM p.m. - ADVENTURES IN PARADISE. Rerun of "The Raft" in which Patricia Owens plays t girl who is passenger on » boat which strikes a mine. Gardner McKay Stars. (Channel 9) TUESDAY 1:11 p.m. - GEORGE B U R N S SHOW. Jack Benny, Polly Bergen, Betty Grable and Bobby Darin round out the guest roster for this hour-long special variety show. (Channel 4) T:* p.m.--MURRAY PARTY. The guests are Beatrice Lillie, Denis* Dtrcel and Frank Next Week On TV Lovejoy. (Channel 4) !:** P.M.-THE RIFLEMAN. i« "The Hawk," Mark catches the bird, but then his life is threatened by a rattlesnake. He takes home the stranger who saves him. Chuck Connors stars. (Channel 9) GARRY MOORE. Eydi« Gorme and the Baird puppets join the regulars. (Channel 13) I.M p.m. - ALCOA PRESENTS. In "House of the Dead," a girl disappears when her fiance comes to claim her in Hong Kong. Mario Alcade, Laya Raki and Stephen Cheng top the cast. (Channel 9) WEDNESDAY 7: M p.m.--B OX ING. Heavyweights Eddie Machen and - Alonzo Johnson in a scheduled 10-round bout at the Chicago Stadium. (Channel 9) HAPPY. Debut of a situation comedy about a young couple who manage a Palm Springs Hotel and their baby. Ronnie Burns and Yvonne Lime play the couple, but it takes two to portray the baby, Happy -- 18-month-old twins, David and Steven Born. In the first episode, "Wedding Anniversary," Ronnie forgets the importance of the day. (Channel 4) 7:31 p.m.--TATE. Debut of a new western about a one-armed Bible-quoting gunfighter who battles on the side of the law. In this episode, " H o m e Town," Tate returns to his boyhood home to repay a debt to a friend. David McLean stars. (Channel 4) S:M p.m.--SUMMER NIGHT. A half-hour modern-dress version of "Tosca" sung by Heidi Krall, Davis Cunningham and Walter Cassel. (Channel 9) CIRCLE THEATER. "Illegal Entry," about the U.S. immigration service's work in preventing illegal entry. Douglas Edwards narrates. (Channel 13) »:M p.m. -- HAWAIIAN EYE. "The Kikiki Kid," a rerun of the one about a small-time singer who has a special interest in a world-famed woman columnist- Robert Conrad plays the eye who solves the mystery. (Channel 9) THURSDAY 7:W p.m. -- ZANE GREY THE-, ATER. Van Johnson in "Deadfall," about a gunman just out of prison who is framed on a robbery charge. (Channel 13) S:M p.m. - THE U N T O U C H ABLES. "The Tri-State Gang" has to do with hi-jacking. Robert Stack stars. (Channel 9) PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Arnold Moss and John Gass- her co-host this new series designed to better acquaint the audience with develop- ment of the actor and Mi medium. Tonight -- "Drama: How It Began." (Channel ·) 1:31 p.m. -- P R O D U C E R ' S CHOICE. Rod Steiger in "A Thing to Fight For," about a Civil War veteran who Becomes overseer of a Florid* plantation, but does not find the peace he hopes for. (Channel 4) ; ' . - ' . - ' ; · - " · · " / ' · FRIDAY 7:*^na^EHAPKNSHIP BOXING. Sugar Ray Robinson trys to regain his middleweight championship t i t l e from Paul Fender in a scheduled 15-round match in the Boston ArensL; (Channel 4) D E SIL U^PLAYHOUSE. Dina Merrii and David Brian in "Murder I« Private Affair;'V about a one-time gambling czar; and the daughter of an old friend who believes her husband is plotting lief murder. (Channel 13) «:M p.m. - SACCO-VANZETTT. thesecond portion.of Reginald R o s e' s documentary drama, based upon the Sacco- Vanzerti anarchy trial held in Boston in 1921. 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