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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, January 15, 1961, Image 184

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Evening, Cent.
7:00 0 CANNONBALL.
Action. A girl without a driver's license
takes a car out for a midnight drive.
Paul Birch and William Campbell star.
7:15 0 NEWS. WEATHER.
McCaffrey. Allen.
7:26 0 TV EDITORIAL.
Jack Jurey reporting.
7:30 Q LARAMIE.
Western. 1 Hour. "Killer Without Cause."
Slim (John Smith) endures public re
sentment and a beating to bring his
Indian cowhand's killer to trial.
0 WRESTLING.
Sport 2 Hours. Ray Morgan reporting.
0 BUGS BUNNY.
Kids. “Daffy Duck Day." Featuring a
performing bear as guest entertainer.
0 PONY EXPRESS.
Western. "The Breadwinner." A new em
ploye is found to be a teen-age girl pos
ing as a man. Grant Sullivan stars.
8:00 0 RIFLEMAN.
Western. McCain (Chuck Connors) is
stranded in the desert without water. Paul
Fix and Lonnie Chapman are featured.
0 WTOP EDITORIAL.
Special. "Juvenile Court Crisis." Jack
Jurey, host. (
8:30 Q ALFRED HITCHC'K PR'S'NTS.
Drama. “The Landlady." A young man
(Dean Stockwell) discovers the startling
solution to a two-year-old mystery. Pa
tricia Collinge is featured.
0 WYATT EARP.
Western. Doc Holliday believes he is dying
and is determined to rid Earp of his ene
mies. Hugh O'Brian, Douglas Fowley.
0 DOBIE GILLIS.
Comedy. Dobie (Dwayne Hickman) reads
a book on marriage problems and decides
his parents (Frank Faylen and Florida
Friebus) are incompatible.
9:00 0 THRILLER.
Mystery. 1 Hour. "Man in the Cage."
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formity Tuesday, 10 p.m., WRC—4.
An American (Philip Carey) searches for
his missing brother (Guy Stockwell) and
becomes involved in smuggling, murder
and North African intrigue,
o STAGECOACH WEST.
Adventure. 1 Hour. “The Brass Lilly."
A young vocalist (Jean Hagen) is shot by
a pair of hoodlums before she has an
opportunity to perform.
0 TOM EWELL SHOW.
Comedy. Potter (Tom Ewell) plans a
brief vacation with his wife.
9:30 0 HIGHWAY PATROL.
Police. Chief Mathews (Broderick Craw
ford) traps a talented safecracker.
0 RED SKELTON SHOW.
Comedy. Garry Moore stands in for
convalescing Red.
10:00 0 ART CARNEY SHOW.
Comedy Revue. 1 Hour. Color. Songs,
sketches and dances will be built around
the theme of “Conformity." Featuring
Lee Remick and Alice Ghostley.

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