Biddeford-Saco Journal from Biddeford, Maine on September 7, 1963 · Page 12
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m ®r Mr. Ed’s Neighbor Dies In Hollywood Larry Keating, who for the past three years played Alan Young’s next v. i neighbor, Roger Addison, on the “Mister Ed” series on the CBS Television Network, died at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Ixis Angeles. He was 64. Keating was admitted to the hospital late last week after completing work on the third episode of the series’ new season. Keating was an actor during most of his adult life. He began his career with a stock company, and during his lifetime appeared in half a dozen Broadway plays. In 1935 he became a master of ceremonies for NBC radio special events broadcasts He later assumed countless radio roles and appeared in some 40 pictures. In 1953 Keating was signed to plav Harry Morton, the next door neighbor on tl»e Burns and Allen television show', a role which continued for six years. After he completed work on the Burns and Allen series, he assumed the role of Roger Addison on “Mister Ed.” Keating was t>orn in St. Paul, Minn He is survived by his wife, Ruth; two sons, Robert S Keating and Larry Keating, Jr ; a stepson, William Evans; a brother. .John I) Keating, and two grandchikiren. Richard Egan To Star As Redigo Richard Egan will star in "Redigo" a new halt hour filmed dramatic series set in the con* temporary American West. 'Redigo/* an act ion-ad vent tire program based on the central character of "Empire’’ on NBC- TV, will premiere Tuesday, Sept. 24 <8:30 p.m. i, Egan will portray Jim Redigo the role in which ho starred on last season’s "Empire.” Andy White, one of two producers of ‘ Empire," will produce "Redigo,’’ which will lie filmed in HollywiHKl by Screen Gems in association with the NBC-TV Network. In the new series, Redigo has left the Garret Ranch to start his own working ranch. Here in the American southwest, his ranch is devoted to sheep cattle, Winter wheat and small timber. Working his own much smaller holding than the vast Garret Ranch, Redigo spends much of his time now in the saddle. Harry’s Girls To Bow On Friday "Harry’s Girls.” a filmed-in- Europe, half-hour situation comedy series, will have its premiere on NBC TV Friday, Sept 13 1 9 30-10 p.m.), with star Larry Blyden ami three American beauties Susan Silo. Dawn Nickerson and Diahn Williams. Harry Burns is an American hoofer with a pretty good vaudeville act. Tlie only trouble with the act is that it is about thirty years out of date for American audiences. The snappy songs, dunces and patter are still appreciated in Europe, however, as a bit ot "Americana” ami that is why "Harry's Girls” -. as the act is Called - is in Europe. They play theatres ami clubs in many European countries. In the act with Harry are three girls: brunette Rusty (Susan Silo) blonde Lws (Dawn Nickerson) and redhead Terry (Diahn Williams'. Rusty is apt t<» I** over-romantic ami gullible Lois is a tut of an innocent. She is wide-eyed in certain respects ami looks all over Europe for hot dogs. Terry is the most sophisticated ami ex|K*r- ieneed of the three. Harry keeps watch over the* girls, who are very talented in finding trouble. Now and then Harry comes a crop(>er too, and the girls have to give him a helping hand. The programs are tfhot on location in Europe with the Riviera home base Interiors are filmed mostly in N»c«* ami exteriors on location on the Riviera, Rome, Paris ami other locales. ART I INKI ETTER Guest star Gisele MacKen/ie joins regular panelists Jayne Meadows and 1 ' Reiner on "The Art I,ink i Shaw," Monday, Kei* 9 <9 ;so p. mj Channel 6. Many News Specials Set During Season A number of special NBC’ News programs, ranging in subject from an insider’s look at the nation’s capital to a probe of the moon, will l>e presented in the 10-11 p m. time period on various Tuesdays during the 1963-64 season on the NBC—TV Network. The first of these specials will be "Apollo - The Lunar Mission” Tuesday. Oct. 1, in color, a comprehensive TV report on the manned moon - mission the United States expects to launch liefore 1970. All h* U.S. astronauts will participate in the hour-long program. which will feature NBC News correspondent Merrill Mueller as anchorman. Other programs will include "Our Man in Washington,” in which David Brinkley, drawing on his 20 years experience covering the nation's capital, will guide viewers on a liehiwl thc-scenes tour of the city’s social and political life. The Tuesday night programs will be among more than 40 planned. nighttime NBC News specials to be presented during the season. The planned specials, many to be produced in color, will l>^ in addition to NBC’s "instant specials” which are designed to cover fast-breaking news ami are scheduled within hours of the event. Ben Casey Will Introduce Stars The stars of ABC—TV's new “Breaking Point" series of dramas dealing with psychiatry will be introduced by "Ben Casey” in the first segment of a two- part drama, "Solo For B-Flat Clarinet,” Monday Sept. 9 from 10 to 11 p.m. Vincent Edwards, in his Casey title role, and Sam Jaffee. as Dr. Zorba, confer with Paul Richards ami Eduard Franz, who co-star respectively, as Dr. McKinley Thompson and Dr. William Itay- mer in the new psychiatric dramas. In the first portion of the story, Dr. Raymer has a consultation with Dr. Casey and Dr. Zorba concerning the baffling case-history of Jason Landros, a youth who blames his father for the death of his mother when the Nazis invaded his native Greece. Casey decides the youth cannot be treated medically, and summons the psychiatrist, Dr. Thompson "Breaking Point” has its pro miere in the time period on Mon day, Septemlier 16. with part two of "Solo For B-Flat Clarinet." "Ben Casey” opens its 1963-64 sea son in a new slot Wednesday September 18. from 9 to 10 p.rn STUMP THE STARS Dean Jones, television’s Ensign O'Toole, and actor Roger Smith are tlie special guests on “Stump the Stars" Monday, Sept. 9 (10:30 11:00 p.m.), on Channel 13. CHANNEL 6 6:50 Farm Report 7:00 Today Show 7:25 News 7:30 Today Show 8:25 News 8:30 Today Show 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Groueho Marx 10:00 Sav When 10:25 News 10.30 Plav Your lluneh 11:00 Concentration 11:30 Missing Links AFT F It NOON 12:00 Your First Impression 12:30 Truth or Consequences 12:55 New® 1:00 Werkdav On Six 1:30 People Are Funny 2:00 People Will Talk 2:25 News 2:30 The Doctors 3:00 - orelta >oung 3:30 You Don’t Say 4:00 Match Game 4:25 Nows 4:30 Make Room for Daddy 5: (Ml Trooper 6 5:30 The Hilleman EVENING 6:00 Channel 6 News Journal 6:30 Hunttey-Brinkley Report 7:00 llennesev 7:30 Checkmate 8:30 Dr. Kildare 9:30 The I ively Ones 10:(Ml The Real West 11:00 News and Weather It: 15 Tonight CHANNEL 8 8:15 Farm and Home 8:45 Teddy Beat Playhouse 10:30 Town and Country Time 11:00 The Price is Right 11:30 Seven Keys AFTERNOON 12:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 General Hospital 1:30 Matinee 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 Lisa Howard and the News 3:00 Ouecn For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4MM) Trailmaster 5:00 Superman 5:5i) Early Show EVENING 7:00 Ron Cochrane 7:15 Evening Report 7:25 Watch Your Weather 7:3k Oz/ie and Harriet 8:00 Donna Reed 8:30 Leave It To Reaver 9: (Ml My Three Sons 9:30 Mcllale’s Navy 10:00 Premiere 11 MM) Murphy Martin—News 11:10 Mike Boyd 11:15 Weather Final 11:20 World’s Best Movies CHANNEL 13 7:00 Wonderful World 7:30 Cartoon Carnival 8:00 Capt. Kangaroo 9:00 Jumping Jiminv 9:30 Good Morning, Maine 10MM) Mike Wallace 16:30 I Love Lucy 11:00 The McCoys 11:30 Pete & Gladys AFTERNOON 12:00 Love ot Life 12:25 Maine News 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Girl Talk 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password 2:30 House Party 3:00 To loll the Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Captain and the Kids 3:00 Supper Show EVENING 6:15 News and Weather 6:30 Walter Cronkite 7 MM) Sea Hunt 7:30 Wanted:l>ead Or Alive 8:00 Perry Mason 9MM) The Twilight Zone 10:00 The Nurses ! 1.00 News and Weather 11:15 Steve Allen 12:45 News Weather, Sports CHANNEL 6 6:50 Farm Report 7MM) Today Show 7:25 News 7:30 lodai Show 8:25 News 8:30 Today Show 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Groueho Marx 10:00 Say When 10 25 News 10:30 Play Your lluneh 11 MM) Concentration 11:30 Missing Links AFTERNOON 12:00 Your First Impression 12:30 Truth or Consequences 12:33 News 1:00 Weekday on Six 1:30 People Are Funny 2MM) People Will Talk 2:25 News 2:30 The Doctors iMMI Loretta Young 3:30 You l>on’t Say 4:00 Match Game 4:25 News 4:30 Make Rm»m tor Daddy 5MM) Trooper S 5:30 The Rifleman EVENING 6MM) Channel 6 News Journal 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7. HO | lie Mui \ of ... . 7:30 International Showtime 8:30 Sing Along With Mitch 9:30 Harry’s Girl*® 10MM) Jack Paar 1 1 MM) News and Weather 11:15 1 anight CHANNEL 8 8:15 Farm and Home 8:45 Teddy Rear Play house 10:30 Town and Country Time 11:00 The Price is Right 11:30 Seven Key® AFTERNOON 12:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 12 30 Father Knows Best 1MM) General Hospital 1:30 Matinee 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 Lisa Howard and the New® 3MM) Q iiccii For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 Trailmaster 5:00 Superman 5:30 Early Show EVENING 7MM) Ron Cochrane 7:15 Evening Report 7:25 Watch Your Weather 7:30 Cheyenne 8:30 The I'lintstones 9:00 I’m Dickens—lie’s Fenster 9:30 77 Sunset Strip 10:30 Death Valley Day* II MM) Murphy Martin—News 11:10 Mike Royd—New® 11:15 Weather Final 11:30 World's Best Movie® CHANNEL 13 7:00 Wonderful World 7:30 Cartoon Carnival 8:00 Capt. Kangaroo 9MH) Bwana Don 9:30 Good Morning, Maine 10:00 Mike Wallace 10:30 I Love Lucy II MM) The McCovs II 30 Pete & Gladys AFTERNOON 12:00 Love of Life 12:25 Maine New® 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light I MM) Girl Talk 1:30 As the World Turn* 2:<M) Password 2:30 House Party 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 (IIS News 3MM) Edge of Night 4.00 Secret Storm 4:30 Captain and the Kids 5MM) Supper Show EVENING 6:15 News and Weather 6:30 Walter Cronkite 7MM) Huckleberry llound 7:30 Rawhide 8:30 Route 66 9:30 Allred lliteheock 10:30 Portrait II MM) News and Weather 11:15 Steve Allen 12:15 News, Weather, Sport® WCBB CHANNEL 10 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS MONDAY 7:30 Firearms in American History—The Civil War (the Confederacy). History of American Firearms. 9MM) Court of Reason—Kducation- al Testing: Statistical Tyranny or F'air Evaluation? TUESDAY 7:30 Elliot Norton Reviews—Norton interveiws the stars of "MO in the Shade” playing at the Schubert Theater in Boston. 8:30 Harvard Summer School Chorus—A concert of choral music directed by the distinguished conductor and teacher, Miss Iva Dee Hiatt. WEDNESDAY 7:30 Youth Wants to Know — A panel of high school youth will question Senator Jacob Javits. 9MM) Lyrics and legends — Singing Styles—An analysis, with performances, of the various kind of folk songs now sung in the United States. THURSDAY 7:30 Album: F'olk Music Now and Then: Julie Ann sings “Tom Dooley”, "Ten Thousand Miles” and "Pretty Marv." 8:30 The Open Mind—The Turmoil in Textbooks—A discussion of the controversy on the censoring of texltxMiks in public schools. FRIDAY 7:30 The Gardener’s Almanac — Final program of this weekly series for "backyard gardeners.’’ 8:30 Prokofieff — A biographical documentary of the lamed Russian composer and pianist Serge PrekolielV. highlighted by a number of his works. Godfrey Is Planning Thanksgiving Show "The Arthur Godfrey Thanksgiving Show,” a full-hour musi- eal-variety color special performed by a group of notable entertainers, will l>e presented on NBC-TV Thanksgiving Dry Thursday, Nov. 28 . 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., it w:is announced by Mort Werner, Vice President, Programs, NBC Television Network. In addition to Godfrey the full-hour special will star singer Tony Bennett, singer-daneer Carol Lawrence, ami vocalist Liza Minnelli. Supporting performers will l>e announced. This year’s Thanksgiving show will Ik* produced and directed by Kirk Browning, who has many distinguished TV credits. He has lK*en director for the NBC Opera Company since 1951 awl also has directed such NBC-TV shows as "The letter, “Cyrano de Bergerac” “Festival of Music,” "Caesar and Cleopatra” awl a number of "Hallmark Hall of Fame” awl "Ford Startime” shows. Roots Of Freedom Premiere Slated "Tlie Roots of Freedom,** the series of special CBS News broadcasts devoted to an examination of Hie major civilizations which have contributed to Western cultural, artistic and political freedom, will have its premiere on tlie CBS Television Network in September with two broadcast! taped on l<Kaation in Greece. "Athens, Wliere tlie Theater Bogan.” Wednesday, Sept || <10 00-11 00 p.m.), has Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne as stars awl narrators. "ITie Golden Age of Greece,” Sunday, Sept 2 2 6 00 7 oo p.m.), will have King Paul and Queen Fredenka of Greece as guides. ( BS News Correspondent Eric Sevareid is tlie reporter. (These s[>ecial broadcasts will pre-empt "Armstrong Circle Theatre” on Sept 11 and "Tlie Twentieth Century” awl "Mister Ed” on SejM. 22.1 THE NI ICSES Madlyn Rbue awl William Shat- ner guest star in "A Question of Mercy,” drama about a nurse arrested on a charge of homicide after she shuts off medication for her liance, a staff physician who is dying of cancer, on * The Nurses” Thursday, Sept 12 (Mi no­ il p .m.) on Channel 13. Shirl Conway awi Zina Bethune star in the series as head nurse Liz Thorpe and student nurse Gail Lucas.

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