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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, March 18, 1962, Image 185

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THURSDAY
0 THE UNTOUCHABLES.
Crime. 1 Hour. "Element of Danger."
Ness matches wits with a psychotic
narcotics dealer. Lee Marvin and Victor
Jory are featured.
0 CBS REPORTS.
Public Affairs. 1 Hour. "Mr. Europe and
the Common Market." The program ex
plores the promise of the common mar
ket, the potential of the new "nation"
that may be formed by its members, and
the future economic • relationship between
a United States of Europe and the
United States of America.
11:00 Q NEWS AND LOCAL NEWS.
Color. Harkness. Rash.
0 PM.
Variety. Interviews. IVa Hours.
0 ELEVEN O'CLOCK FINAL.
ABC News, Weather, Sports, Local News,
Editorial.
0 11 P.M. REPORT.
News, Weather, Sports and TV Editorial.
11:15 Q WEATHER, SPORTS.
Color. Forrester. Simpson.
11:20 0 THE LATE SHOW.
Movie. 2 Hours, 10 Minutes. "Cass Tim
berlane." 1947. Spencer Tracy.
11:25 0 ENTERTAINMENT NEWS.
Color. Gene Archer reporting.
11:30 0 JACK PAAR SHOW.
Variety. IVa Hours. Color.
0 MOVIE.
Approx. 2 Hours. "Carbine Williams."
1952. James Stewart.
12:30 0 NEWSBEAT.
1:00 0 INSPIRATION.
1:30 0 WORLD NEWS.
0 THE LATE, LATE SHOW.
Movie. 2 Hours. "Pride and Prejudice."
1940. Greer Garson, and Mary Boland.
1:35 0 DAILY WORD.
3:30 0 MEDITATION. WEATHER.
Friday Listing* Cant, on Page 46
The Sunday Star TV Magazine, Washington, D. C., March 18, 1962
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