The Bridgeport Telegram from Bridgeport, Connecticut on May 1, 1967 · Page 15
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The Bridgeport Telegram from Bridgeport, Connecticut · Page 15

Bridgeport, Connecticut
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Monday, May 1, 1967
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THE . BRIDGE PORT TELEGRAM, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1967 FIFTEEN On Television Today Radio Highlights 7:35-THE MONKEES. "Monkee See, Monkee D i e." (Repeat). This way-out, super-hip series about the misadventures "of the Dinging foursome comes off like a combination of the Marx Brothers and Agatha Christie here. Funny dialogue and silly antics abound in a tale about the reading of a '..ill in a creepy mansion on a desolate island, complete with a young imbcmuc v-nrttyy maxwell} ann dark and sinister spiritual. (Lea Mariner). (Color). (4) :;:nt 7:30 — IRON HORSE, of Way Through Paradisi peat). Action fans are served up a full dish of blaring guns and brawling in this western railroad yarn. Calhoun and company are having a lot of trouble securing the rail's right of way through the peaceful town of Paradise, and there are four new gun - happy "gandy dancers" to make things even worse. (Color). (7) (8) 8:00 — I DREAM OF JEAN NIE. "Happy Annivr-rs ury.' (Repeat). Barbara Eden and Larry Hagman celebrated the opening of their second season by returning to the beach on which the met in the show's ni lot film. Trouble erupted when astronaut Hagman opened the wrong bottle and released a vil lainous genie, played, inciden raiiy, ny Barbara s on screen husband, Michael Ansara. (Color). (,) 8:00 — MOVIE GREATS "Vacation From Marriaac.': (1945). Utterly delightful, capti vating comeay arama anout a stuffy married couple, separated when the war comes to England and they join the services. The vast changes wrought in their personalities in the process, provide a high level of amusement throughout. Excellent performances bv Robert Donat and Deborah Kerr are memorable, and so are Glynis Johns and Ann Todd, among otners, in support. (5) 9:30 — FAMILY AFFAIR. Par ents will sympathize with Uncle Bill tonight as he suffers pangs or guilt alter being strict with the kids. Little Jody even de- elops a strange itch to com pound the supposed error. The episode succeeds In maintaining a balance between the cute children scenes, and those involv ing male - mother discussions by Brian Keith and Sebastian Cabot. (Color). (2) (3) 10:00 — SPECIAL. "Zero Hour." A one-man show by one of the theatre's most talented comic artists, and a man whose previous TV exposure has been limited. In addition to singing a winninc medley from his "Fid dler on the Roof" role, Zero Mostel performs a variety sketches and special material which permit him to run the gamut from clown to satirist. Older fans who remember Zero from his nightclub days will be delighted as he docs'"One Tooth, Half a Tooth." but for the most part, the show consists of tresh material written especial ly for him and this TV concert If you like Mostel, you'll enjoj nour — it you re noi lamn iar with his work, here's e chance to sample it. (Color) V) (8) ' - THE LAS VEGAS SHOW. (Premiere). Dill Dana is host of the latest of the I night shows which will compete with the others on Mondays and Wednesdays, but move to pnm( time (9:00 - 11:00 PM) on Thurs days, Saturdays and Sundays with their variety - oriented for mat. Las :Vegas is the show's point of origination, with many of the acts performed in thi famous hotels on the Las Vega Strip itself. The long list o opening night guests includes uovernor Paul Laxait ol N da, seven U.S. astronauts. ton Berlc. Billy Daniels. Ailen and Rossi, Chad and Je: Sarah Vaughan, Rich Little, etc. (Color). (11) 8:30 - THE LUCY SHOW (Repeat). Comic Don R gives star Lucille Ball a run for show honors, playing an over-the-hill fighter Lucy is training for a comeback. The Ball-Rick-ies training sequences are fun, with Lucy working harder than her boxer, and Rickles scores right off asking for a bank loan to open a flower shop. (Color). 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