Rod Steisrer portrays a psycholir killer in "\o Way lo Treat a Ladv." 9 p.m.. Mnndav. fune 3 on ABC-TV. Sunda, "THE LEATHER SAINT,"U956)Â«,3p.m.,tB with Paul Douglas and Cesar Romero. Young minister becomes a fighter to aid polio victims. Undistinguished boxing drama has all the familiar plot ingredients. f- "HAREM GIRL," (1952) *Vi, 3 p.m., Â© with Joan Davis and Peggy Castle. Typical Joan Davis comedy set in an Arabian Night locale -- slapsticky. Â» "GOING STEADY," (1958) "Vz, 4 p.m., Â© with Molly Bee and Alan Reed Jr. High school seniors keep their marriage a secret until the bride becomes pregnant. Cute comedy-drama, nothing sensational, but entertaining. "TWO FOR THE ROAD," (1967) **", 5 p.m., (B with Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney. Refreshing sophisticated comedy-drama about a marriage which isn't working out after a number of years. Hepburn is not merely a fashion plate in this outing -- she gives a convincing portrayal of a woman who loves the man she married and hates what he has become. Finney is great as the husband who has a roving ' eye, but still wants his wife. The'flashback technique is used effectively throughout and directed with great flair by Stanley Donen, and the sprightly screenplay was authored by Frederic Raphael. Â· "THE YOUNG DON'T CRY," (1957) **, 6 p.m., Â® with Sal Mineo and James Whitmore. Confused melodrama a b o u t a badly run Georgia orphanage and one teenager in particular who gets involved with a escaped convict. Over acted. "YOU CAN'T WIN 'EM ALL," 8:30 p.m., (BS) with Tony Curtis and Charles Bronson. *Â· "OUT ALL NIGHT," II :30 p.m., 3 with Zasu Pitts and Slim Summerville. *Â· "TALES OF MANHATTAN," (1942) *'*, ll:30 p.m.,.O with Charles Boyer and Ginger Rogers. An all- star cast in a series of unrelated dramas around a dress suit. Vignettes range from superb to mediocre. An interesting film. *Â· "LITTLE SHEPHERD OF KINGDOM COME," (1961)**, ll:30p.m.,(Dwith Jimmy Rodgers and Luanna Patten. Kentucky mountain boy is a wanderer until taken in : by a loving family; but he takes the side of the North when the Civil War begins. Pleasing rural tale takes a bit too much time to tell its story. SAVE NOW! mm The Original Replacement Window Complete Exterior Casing Only $10Â°Â° per Window BEFORE This month you can have complete exterior casing and sills for only $10 per window when you replace your old windows with Nu-Sash... end painting and caulking problems, beautify your home ... but act now. For over 34 years, Nu-Sash has pioneered the window features that save you money and time while providing new comfort and beauty. Replace old windows and save in many ways. if Lower heating costs if Windows tilt-in for easy cleaning if Available with insulating glass to eliminate storm windows, reduce . outside noise Â·?, ..... 1 IT-, CHARLESTON 343-9484 W. VA. TOLL FREE 1-800-642-9014 OUT-OF-STATE TOLL FREE 1-800-624-8231 if Fast, "no mess" installation if Many styles to enhance your home AFTER Take the first step to savings, send coupon or call! C.H. 6-2-74 NU-SASH of Charleston P.O. Box 326 Charleston, West Virginia 25322 D I would like free literature at no obligation. D I would like a free estimate at no obligation. Best Day and time Name \' f SHOWTIMJE. June2,1974 Address City STATE Zip Phone CHARLESTQN,W.VA.
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