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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California Uoi t.llf., MM., II, TV KNXT Channel 2 KAIC Channel 7 KRCA Channel 4 KHJ Channel f KTLA Channel 5 KTTV Channel 17 KCOP Channel 13 MONDAY, MAY 18, 1959 P. M. 'n' Andy Lee Giroux Show Frank's Cartoons Bandstand J. Anthony (conclusion) "I Was an Ad- Zorina, Rich- ard Greene the Ciown Mouse Club Predicts Fiction Th. Willis the News P. M. News Sports Tom Hatten Hemingway Express Ward, News Bowie Huntley-Brinkley Kelley; M. Klein Tinney Sees Curt Massey Roberts Reports Eve Arden Show Hood, R. Greene Jack Latham Big Three (News) Putnam, News Vane P. M. o'clock Report (News' Choice, J. Cooper Otis Show Clooney Show with Rex Allen Little Rascals Collie, Tom Rettig League Boots, Jack Douglas: "Iran" Edwards, News That Tune Tommy Nolan "Her Husband's Franchot Tone, Lucille Ball ('58) Temple's Story- book John Ericson, Nyra Monsour, J. Carrol Naish Ken Tobey Three Stooges "Land of the 12 Tribes" P. M. Pauses for the Merry Month of May, Burgess Meredith, Art Carney, Marian Ander- son, Connie Russell, Carol Haney, Teddy Rooney, Connie Towers Gun, John Payne Current Trooper Rod Cameron Are There, Walter Cronkite: "First Modern Use of Penicillin" Tomorrow "The Flying Giants" of Wells Fargo, Dale Robertson LOOKING' AND LISTENING' Galaxy of Stars to Play in 'Merry Month of May1 By TERRY VERNON Journey, Jack Doug- las: "Congo" (pt. 2) Paul Birch T. Mitchell "The Man Who Came to Monty Woolley, Bette Davis P. M. Danny Thomas Shaw Gunn, C. Stevens of Firestone, John Daly: Boston Pops Orch., Arthur Fiedler, Dorothy Kksten "Sky's the Fred Astaire, Joan Leslie 3 Ann Sothern Show Theater: "Boyden vs. Bob Trum- bull, Kathy Reed Diary, Bill Bradley Sanctum: 'The Silent Bride" P. M. Playhouse (re- peat) "K. 0. Lu- cille Ball, Aldo Ray, Wm. Lundigan Arthur Murray Big Three Final March, Scotland Yd. Putnam, News Ward, News Coates File Duggan Show A new concept in "spec- taculars" was tried last March when "America Pauses for Springtime" used videotape to put entertainment stars in natural backgrounds for a cross-country musical tour. It was moderately successful and was "panned" by only one national columnist (who "pans" Tonight on (2) at 8 "Amer- ica Pauses for the Merry Month of May" with the help of Burgess Meredith as host, Art Carney, Marian Anderson, Carol Hancy, Larry Blyden, Connie Russell, The Four Aces, Connie Towers, Molly Bee, Russell Arms and Teddy (son of Mickey) Rooney. (Teddy is all alone at Pacific Ocean Park and is also fea- tured in Life Magazine this week.) In putting this show to- gether the producers ran into some problems. New Orleans is the scene of Connie Rus- sell's version of "The Saints :ome Marching In" and crews Adventures of Char- lie Chan, J. Carrol Naish -Municipal Court Daly, and the News Irwin Reports Willis the News "Barkleys of Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers P.M. o'clock Report: Flem starring Paul Birch and Wil- lain Campbell as truck driv- ers. Opener has them being hijacked by fake policemen and fighting desperately for a cargo they don't even have aboard. An enigmatic stagecoach robber, known only as "the little 'gives Jim Hardie of "Tales of Wells Fargo" (4) a run for his money. It takes a clever trap to catch the bandit. "Wells Fargo" is re newed for fall. 9 P.M. Herschel Bernardi, the Lt Jacoby of "Peter Gunn" (4) was injured in a traffic eras! and has been only a voice on a phone recently. He is bacl in action tonight in the epi sode filmed in the hospita To account for more show :o be made in the antisepti aroma, Lt. Jacoby is shot to night. A double is used i scenes prior to the shooting but after that Bernardi is see in his hospital bed, in person had to inform the neighbor- hood that this sequence would be f jlmed at 5 a.m. with six Dixieland bands tak- ing part in the parade.- In Winchester, Va., where The Four Aces needed a back- ground of apple blossoms, it was learned the Apple" Blos- som Festival wouldn't have any blossoms at the time, so the producers put two truck- loads of blooms in cold stor- age. Trees had to be planted on a street in Teaneck, N.J., for Larry Blydens song-and-dance number Pacific Ocean ing, Stout, Stratton Latham, News Informal, Larry Finley (to 1) Dance, Al Jarvis Your Problem, May Mann "Jane Or- son Welles, Joan Fon- taine Jack Paar Show 12 MIDNIGHT "Pier Hugh Beaumont "Child of Di- Sharon Moffett News Wrap-up "Man Shelley Winters, Wm. Bishop Bruce Anson "A Bullet for Edw. G. Robin- son, George Raft A. M. Fairbanks Th'tr: "Personal Call" Park had to be opened just for the short sequence with Teddy Rooney. TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1959 Classroom Report A.M. Kangaroo Dave Garroway Holcomb, News A. M. Miss Brooks Frank's Cartoons Sales Meeting of the Sea Rowe Show Fun to Reduce Dean Western: "Tioga Kid" Milan! A.M. the Go, J. Linklette G. Ray- burn Sam Levenson Show Hunt, J. Murray of the Town Jack LaLane Show A.M. Love Lucy, Lucille Bal Is Right, B. Cullen Cartoons Little Margie Dollar, Jack Narz H. Down Babbitt Show Show A.M. of Life Tac Dough, B.Wende Room Married Joan, J. Davis Stars of Hollywood for Tomorrow Could Be You a Great Life, Rogers Movie: "Saga of Death Valley" Guiding-Light 12 NOON Movie "This Is My Linda Darnell, Rick Jason for Day, J. Baile Luther (cartoons) Hamilton IV Show John, J. Rovick Haggis Baggis Quiz, Mike Stokey "7 Days Victor Mature, Lucille Ball ('42) P.M. Dr. Malone "Silver Edw. G. Robinson ('32) Bingo, J. Gilbert and Costello the World Turns These Roots I. Q., Tom Kennedy D.A., David Brian P. M. Jimmy Dean Show Truth or Conse- quences, Bob Barker in Court, H. Simms Coates Show a Dream Home on Parade Linkletter House P'ty Bert Parks Gale Storm Show Fun-for-AH Martin's Martinee (Maps) P. M. Claudette Col- bert: "Do They Marry Too "Together Charles Boyer, Irene Dunne the Clock, B. Collyer "Ex-Mrs. Brad- Wm. Powell, Jean Arthur ('36) Thaxton's Record Shop Corris Guy Do You Trust? P.M. Brighter Day Frank's Cartoons Bandstand Doctor, R. Allen "The Man Who Game to Monte Woolley Secret Storm It is an hour-long musical and should prove entertain- ing. P.M. The story on the repeating "Shirley Temple Storybook" (7) is "Hiawatha" with John Ericson in the title role and featuring Nyra Monsour, Per- nell Roberts and narrator J. Carroll Naish. An attractive girl and her uncle try to defraud the resi- dent of "Buckskin" (4) using an old mine as the bait in a sucker game. Oliver Sturgess and Murvyn Vye are featured. 8 P.M. "America Pauses for May" See above. Show pre- empts "The Texan" and "Father Knows Best" for to- night only. Rafael Campos guest-stars as El Diablo, a bandit exert- ing an evil influence on a young Mexican whom Vint Bonner of "The Restless Gun" (4) sets out to save. Vint tries.to join El Diablo's band and is involved in murder. MATS is the Military Air Transport Service and "Ad- venture Tomorrow" (13) takes "Gunn" has been renewed fo fall. The Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedle plays for "The Voice of Fin stone" (7) and guest soloist are Dorothy Kirsten an Thomas L. Thomas. P.M. A fresh freshman stands staid college on its ear wit his outlandish conduct durin "Alcoa Theater" (7) starrin Bob Trumball and Kath Reed. He broods chicks in h dorm room, stows away in coed's room and is final asked to leave the colleg thus precipitating a n o t h e crisis. Katy gets a romantic hoo for her boss' affections, usin a handsome actor as bait, on to find herself on the hoo during "The Ann Sother Show" Jack Wagner, de jay-program director of KBIC is featured in the cast as A fred. 10 P.M. Rebroadcast on D e s i 1 Playhouse" (2) is the story a dance teacher, who becom manager of a prizefighter. t can only win when she is ringside singing a certain song. Lucille Ball and Aldo Ray are starred with William RADIO KLAO-STI KH-S49 KHI-S3I KFWI-MI KBIQ-T40 KFOM2IO K8EIM3II KWIZ-I4II KPOL. 1541 MONDAY, MAY 18, 1959 P. M. I-Ntwj. Weelhcr Carroll Crcwell Edward R. Murrow Thomns, Ntwt Alrwalch; H. Weaver SpK. Alcotl 5'50 Fuller, News Wlnlert Alrwalch GER-Rtv. Al Marian Wealher WBC-Evdle Cornn P. M. Is Lewis Jr. KGER-Fsmlly BlbH XFI-Relax, Al Poskt (ABC-Sidney Wallon. 'n1 Harmon ------.-Builders GER- ol Faith Shaw. Mews Anderson NX-Frnnk Goss; Nevn P. M. Fl-BIII haworth. New; MPC-Bob Kelley, Soorls P. Moroan Henry Travis Slorev GER-BKk lo the Bible
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