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6:30 0 TWENTIETH CENTURY. History. "Battle of Cassino." The Allied breakthrough in Italy during World War 11. Walter Cronkite narrates. 7:00 Q SHIRLEY TEMPLE SHOW. Drama. Color. 1 Hour. “King Midas." A musical version of the classic fable about a greedy ruler (Paul Ford) whose idea of a "personal gold standard" becomes un controllable. Anne Helm appears as Midas' daughter, Julius La Rosa the handsome commoner. Wally Cox, Arthur Treacher also appear. 0 FIVE-STAR FEATURE. Movie. IVj Hours. "Count the Hours." 1953. A ranch worker and his wife are accused of murdering ranch owners. Teresa Wright, Macdonald Carey. 0 LASSIE. Drama. Timmy (Jon Provost) comes home to tell his parents of a wild stallion he and Lassie have seen in the neighborhood. 7:30 Q MAVERICK. Western. 1 Hour. "The Cactus Switch." Bart (Jack Kelly) offers aid to a lovely stranger (Fay Spain) and finds himself in the middle of a swindle. Peter Hansen and Edgar Buchanan are featured. 0 DENNIS THE MENACE. Comedy. Dennis (Jay North) runs a political campaign for good old Mr Wilson (Joe Kearns). 8:00 Q NATIONAL VELVET. Drama. Edwina (Carole Wells) loses her boy friend (Carl Crow). 0 THE GERSHWIN YEARS. Musical. 1V» Hours. A special program reflecting American life in the '2os and '3os. Starring Ethel Merman, Maurice Chevalier, Frank Sinatra, Florence Hen derson, Ron Husmann, Julie London. . Richard Rodgers, host. 12 The Sunday Star TV Magazine, Washington, D. C, January 15, 1961 8:30 0 TAB HUNTER SHOW. Comedy. Cartoonist Morgan (Tab Hunter) demonstrates his icemanship to impress a beautiful girl (Suzanne Pleshette). 0 A WAY OF THINKING. Public Affairs. Dr. Albert Burke. O THE LAWMAN. Westirn. "The Frame-Up." Troop (John Russell) risks his life to re-establish his prestige after being accused of murder. Randy Stuart and Peter Brown are featured. 9:00 0 ROY ROGERS SHOW. Variety. Color. 1 Hour. "The Second Annual Aquarodeo." Featuring under water acts. 0 AN AGE OF KINGS. Shakespeare's Histories. Approx. 1V« Hours. "The Hollow Crown." Richard 11, Acts 1, 2 and 3 (Repeat of January 13.) 0 THE REBEL. Western. Johnny Yuma (Nick Adams) helps a terrified girl (Gigi Perreau). Peter Whitney is featured. 9:30 0 THE ISLANDERS. Intrigue-Adventure. 1 Hour. “The Gen erous Politician." Zack (James Philbrook) accepts a commission to fly medical sup plies to the island of Marula, but the medicine turns out to be bootleg whisky. Phillip Ahn, Charles Bronson are featured. 0 JACK BENNY SHOW. Comedy. Jack Benny salutes Don Wil son's 27th anniversary with the show. John Daly will present Wilson with a plaque. 10:00 0 LORETTA YOUNG SHOW. Drama. "This Subtle Danger." Concerns a devoted wife (Loretta Young) of a man (Richard Coogan) addicted to a narcotic prescribed to ease his pain after surgery." 0 CANDID CAMERA. Candid Interviews. Guests: Vivian Vance. 10:15 0 JOHN CROSBY SHOW. Discussion. Premiere. 1 Hour. "State of the Theater." Guests: Josh Logan, Anne Jackson, Leland Hayward. 10:30 0 THIS IS YOUR LIFE. Biographies. Ralph Edwards, host, o THE VALIANT YEARS. Documentary. "Take One With You."