Independent from Long Beach, California on March 29, 1964 · Page 118
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 118

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, March 29, 1964
Page 118
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WEDNESDAY April 1, I9G4 6:30 , 2 Amcr. Political Heritage ·1 Educ. Kxchange: Freedom 7 Guideline (adult educ.) 7:00 A.M. 2 Captain Kangaroo 4 Today, Hugh Downs 7 Cartoon Capers 7:30 7 Zoorama (San Diego) 11 Columbia Univ. Seminars 7:45 f For Kids Only (cartoons) !) Curloonsville 0:00 A.M. 2 Panorama Pacific, R. Rowe 7 Cartoon Capers 9 Pancake Man (cartoons) ' 11 The Chucko Show 8:30 7 1 Married Joan, J. Davis 9 BiR Babysitter (cartoons) 9:00 A.M. 2 News with Mike Wallace 4 Say When, Art James 5 The Romper Room 7 The Pamela Mason Show x 11 The Jack LaLanne Show 9:15 13 Guideiwsts (to !1:30) 9:30 2 I Love I.ucy, Lucille Ball 4 (Color) Word for Word 11 Movie: "Desire Me," Greer Garson ('47) 10:00 A.M. 2 The McCoys, W. Brennan 4 Concentration, H. Downs 5 Restless Gun, John Payne 9 Movie: "Bundle of Joy," Debbie Reynolds ('56) 10:30 2 Pete and Gladys 4 (Clr) Jeopardy, A. Fleming 5 Yancy Derringer 7 Price Is Right, Bill Cullen 11:00 A.M. 2 Love of Life , 4 (Color) First Impression n The Cheaters, John Ireland 7 Get I he Message, Buxton 11:30 2 Search for Tomorrow 4 (Cir) Truth-Consequences B Peter Gunn, Craig Stevens 7 Missing Links, Dick Clark Guest: Eddie Albert 9 Latin America: Ecuador 11 Sheriff John, John Rovick 13 The Ann Sothern Show 11:45 2 The Guiding Light 12:00 NOON 2 Burns and Allen Show 4 (Color) Let's Make a Deal 5 Thin Man, Peter Lawford 7 Father Knows Best, Young 9 Community of Condemned 13 Movie: "I'll Sell My Life," Michael Whalen ('41) 12:30 2 As the World Turns 4 The Doctors, J. Pritchett 5 TV Bingo, Colin Male 7 Tennessee Ernie Ford Guest: Minnie Pearl 9 Movie: "Flight.for Freedom,"~Rosalind Russell 11 Movie: "Comrade X," ' Clark Gable,.Hedy Lamarr 1:00 P.M. 2 Passwprd.'Allen I.udden 4 I.oretla Young Theatre 5 Movie: "Barricade," Alice Faye ('39) 7 The Mike Douglas Show 1:30 2 Art Linkletter House Ply. Guest: Edith Head 4 (Color) You Don't Say! 13 Robin Hood, R. Greene 2:00 P.M. 2 To Tell the Truth, Collyer 4 Match Game, G. Rayburn 9 Movie: "Outpost in Morocco," George Raft ('49) 11 Movie: "Bride Goes Wild," June Allyson ('47) 13 Vagabond: "Rio Grande" 2:SO 2 The Edge of Night 4 Make Room for Daddy 5 Movie: "Charlie Moon," Max Bygraves (Br.-'55) 7 Day in Court: Damages. 13 The Ann Sothern Show 3:00 P.M. 2 The Secret Storm 4 Bachelor Father, Forsythe 7 Gen'l Hospital, J; Beradino 13 Felix the Cat (cartoons) 3:30 2 My Little Margie, G. Storm 4 Movie: "Loves of Carmen," Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford ('48) 7 Queen for a Day, J. Bailey 11 Deputy Dawg/Dick Tracy 34 Reloj Musical (variety). 4:00 P.M. 2 Life of Riley, Wm. Bendix 5 Just for Fun, Tom Hatten 7 Trailmaster, Ward Bond 9 (Color) Mighty Hercules 34 Cocktel Musical 4:30 . 2 Movie: "Crooked Web,". Frank Lovejby ('55) HAVE YOU TRIED? THE NEW ELECTRONIC DYNA-VISION MOTOR TUNE-UP We Specialize in Complete Repairs on all Foreign a*d Domestic Con FMtl liiiit «rl«l Mi* M Mim Kilt lie ||IW«I M ·« TfW «l "*· "· CHUCK ft IDE'S · GARAGE 8443 COMPTON SLVD. ,r .1 OupKl «. » I*1M*I At*., PHMt. CALL MEteaH 3-7353 ARLENE HARRIS, radio's "Chatterbox," r e p e a t s her gossipy phone monologue during "The Dick Van Dyke Show" at 9:30 p. m. Wednesday, channel 2. 11 The Lone Ranger 34 Escuela KMEX (English) 5:00 P.M. 7 Hawaiian Eye, A. Eisley 9 (Color) Engineer Bill Show 11 Superman, George Reeves 13 The Lloyd Thaxton Show 34 Novela Juvenil 5:30 5 Whirlybirds, Ken Tobey 11 The Mickey Mouse Club 34 Club del Hogar (women) 6:00 P.M. 2 Big News, Jerry Dunphy 4 (Clr) KNBC News, Latham 5 You Asked for It, J. Smith 7 News Hour, Baxter Ward 9 Follow the Sun, Brett Halsey, Tuesday Weld 11 Wanted: Dead or Alive 13 (Color) Touche Turtle 34 La Madrastra (serial) 6:30 4 Huntley-Briiikley Report 5 The News, Joseph Benti 11 George Putnam Dateline 13 (Color) Rod Rocket Show 34 Noticiero 34 (News) 6:45 7 Ron Cochran with News 7:00 P.M. 2 Walter Cronkite, News 4 Death Valley Days:."The Paper Dynasty," James Hampton, Barry Kelley, Robt. Cornthwaite. James Hearst gives his son William Randolph one year to have the San Francisco Examiner show a profit. 5 Leave It to Beaver 7 World of Giants ' 9 People Are Funny 11 The Gallant Men 13 .(Clr) This Exciting World "Land of the Vikings" 34 Janina (dramatic serial) 7:30 2 CBS Reports: "Viet Nam: Deadly Decision" (box) 4-(Color) The Virginian, Roberta Shore, Jane Wyatt. Betsy is among . four young p'eople invited to spend a,weekend in an. old mansibWwith a Woman who suspects one of them of murdering her daughter a year beforje. 5 Addograms, Jack Barry 7 Ozzie Harriet'. Harriet and Clara want their husbands to enter the local newspaper's "Why I Love My Wife" contest. 9 Dobie Gillis, D. Hickman 13 Crusade in the Pacific 34 Un Canto de Mexico 8:00 P.M. 5 The Lawman, John Russell 7 The Patty Duke Show. Patty fears she's allergic to Cathy. 9 (Color) Movie: "Alexander the Great," Richard Bur- . ton ('56) 11 Sam Benedict, Edmond O'Brien, Miyochi Umeki. 13' Story of..-.. a Foreign Correspondent: George Bailey 34 La Me sera (drama serial) 8:50 2 Suspense: "I, Christopher Bell," Charles Bickford. A big man takes on a big challenge--a mountain-that questions the very purpose of his life. 5 Stump the Stars, Mike Stokey (repeat from Mon.) 7 Farmer's Daughter, Inger Stevens, Roger Smith. Glen's anthropologist brother is sidetracked from his mission when he becomes smitten with Katy. 13 SurfSide 6, Troy Donahue 34 Festival de Canciones 9:00 P.M. 2 Beverly Hillbillies, Buddy Ebsen. The local society event of the year is made A even more momentous by Granny's annual brewing of her potent spring tonic. 4 Espionage: "The Incurable One," Ingrid Thulin, Steven Hill. Wartime espionage agent, trained to kill Germans, continues her vendetta in civilian life in first of repeats to continue through Sept. 2. 5 Wrestling (sports box) 7 Beri Casey, Vincent Edwards, Frank DeKova, Burt Brinckerhoff, Mario Alcade. Dying Indian, who wants to make peace with . the family he deserted years before, becomes the symbol of courage to a yoiith fearing surgery. Cheyenne actor Rodd Redwing does a rare Apache sun dance during a dream sequence. I l l Search for Adventure 34 Agonia de Amor (serial) WRESTLING, 9 p.m., ch. 5, with Dick Lane at Olympic. ENLARGE YOUR HOME! ENJOY IT MORE! ACTORY Y T O°U PATIO COVERS Building Code Approvtd to ARTISTIC BUILDERS, ING. 849 W. Washington Blvd., Montebello "YOUR f WN'NG SUPERMARKET" · Sturdy Aluminum And StMl Contraction In 15 Hi-Bike Enanul Colon! · Ideal, too, tor Carport* and Marttuceji SAVE 50% on Installation HE 6-1224 MAMC 7J2-J60S VIET NAM: The Deadly Decision -- A p r o b i n g depth report on' the military and political aspects of,, the war in Vietnam . is -anchored by Charles' Collingwood at 7:30 p.m., ch. 2, with Far Eastern correspondent Peter Kalischer reporting on the military aspects of the crisis while Southeast Asia correspondent Bernard Kalb dwells on the political ones. A 13- man CBS task force, including four camera teams, flew to Saigon three weeks ago, and, in Paris, Collingwood examined the French role in the Vietnam crisis and interviewed the widowed Mme. Ngo Dirih Nhu. How America got involved there in the first place, and what we are planning to do in the weeks ahead, will be detailed in a round-table wind-up, and in interviews with Amb. Henry Cabot Lodge, and Vietnam's leader Gen. Nguyen Khanh. ' DICK VAN DYKE--Brainstorming for a new program idea, Rob decides to do something never before done on television--radio. F o r the cast, he assembles a trio of old-time radio stars to recreate their memorable roles. During the 9:30 p.m., ch. 2 show, we see Arlene Harris (The Chatterbox) and Bert Gordon (The Mad Russian) playing themselves, with Edwin Carp (The Fish Man) portrayed by actor Richard Haydn, author of "Diary of Edwin Carp." 9:30 2 Dick Van Dyke (see box) 1 1 Bold Journey: "Acon- cagua" 13 Silents Please: "3 Musketeers," Douglas Fairbanks ('21) Part two. 34 Novilladas (bullfights) 10:00 P.M. 2 The Danny Kaye Show, with Dorothy Collins, Howard Morris. 8-year-old I.aurie Ichiro. Skits involve a matador, friendship club and spoof of "Your Hit Parade." 4 The 1 Uh Hour, Jack Ging, Kim Stanley, Kim Darby, Philip Abbott, Jayne Meadows (pt. 2). The move to oust Graham as school counselor gains momentum when a party socially* aTrntritious Carp 1 ' ' " ' ' forcing his attentions upon her. 7 Charming, Henry Jones, Michael Pollard. Young hitchhiker steps in as mediator in a feud between faculty members. 9 Movie: "Bride and the Beast," Charlotte Austin 11 George Putnam, News 13 News, Johns andFishman 10:30 13 International Detective 11:00 P.M. 2 News: Dunphy and Story 4 (Clr) KNBC News, Latham 5 The News, Joseph Benti 7 Bob Young; News Final It Movie: "7th Cross," Spencer Tracy ('44) 13 Boston Blackie, K. Taylor .11:15 4 (Color) Tonight, Johnny Carson with Woody Allen, John Gary, Vance Packard, Phyllis-Newman 5 T. Snyder; Duggan/Stout 11:30 2 Movie: "Shepherd of the Hills," John Wayne ('41) 5 Steve Allen Show, with newlyweds Troy Donahue and Susanne Pleshette, the Staple Singers, snake dancer Athena, psychologist Dr. Gary A. Steiner 7 New Breed, Leslie -Nielsen 13 Movie: "Shockproof," Cornel Wilde ('49) 34 Noticiero 34 (News) 11:45 9 Clete Roberts, News 12:00 9 Michael Jackson Show 7 Movie: "Invisible Wall," Jeff Chandler ('47) 9 Movie: "Bundle of Joy," Debbie Reynolds 1:00 11 All-Night Movies: "Come Live with Me," "Barkleys of Broadway" and "Between Two Women" 13 Movie: "Tale of 5 Women," Gina Lollobrigida - . * . (Br.-'52) -, .'ir-ibeebmes a ·tewfea "···· -falsely

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