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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, March 18, 1962, Image 200

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MOVIES ON TV
Sunday A.M.
"Border Saddlemates." 1952. Rex Allen.
11:00—4
Sunday P.M.
''Mr. Moto In Danger Island." 1938. Peter
Lorre. 1:00 —5
"After The Ball." 1957. Pat Kirkwood.
2:30—4
"Casbah." 1948. Tony Martin. 4:00—5
"Night Song." 1948. Dana Andrews. 11:00 —5
"The White Cliffs of Dover." 1944. Irene
Dunne. .11:20 —9
"Scotland Yard Dragnet." 1957. Roland Culver.
12:15—4
Monday P.M.
"Loves of Edgar Allen Poe." 1942. Linda
Darnell. 1:00 —5
"The People Versus Dr Kildare." 1941. Lew
Ayres. 5:00—9
"The Hucksters." 1947. Clark Gable. 9:00—5
"An Act of Murder." 1948. Fredric March.
11:20—9
"Female Jungle." 1956. Lawrence Tierney.
11:30—7
"Ringside Maisie." 1941. Ann Sothern. 1:00 —9
Tuesday P.M.
"Too Many Wives." 1937. Anne Shirley.
1:00—5
"Espionage Agent." 1939. Joel McCrea. 5:00—9
"Grisbi." 1953. Jean Gavin. 11:20 —9
"Song of the Islands." 1942. Betty Grable.
11:30—7
"Andy Hardy's Private Secretary." 1941.
Mickey Rooney. 1:05 9
Wednesday P.M.
"Sky Giant." 1938. Richard Dix. 1:00 —5
"Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever." 1939.
Mickey Rooney. 5:00 9
"The Exile." 1948. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
11:20—9
"The Wild Heart." 1952. Jennifer Jones.
11:30—7
"Valley of Decision." 1945. Greer Garson.
1:05—9
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Thursday P.M.
"Saints Vacation." 1941. Sally Gray. 1:00—5
"Singapore." 1947. Ava Gardner. 5:00 —9
"Cass Timberlane." 1947. Spencer Tracy.
11:20—9
"Carbine Williams." 1952. James Stewart.
11:30—7
"Pride and Prejudice." 1940. Greer Garson.
1:30—9
Friday P.M.
"The Millionaire." 1931. George Arliss.
1:00—5
"A Woman's Face." 1941. Joan Crawford.
5:00—9
"Road House." 1948. Ida Lupino. 9:00 —5
"3:10 To Yuma." 1957. Glenn Ford. 11:20—9
"The Saxon Charm." 1948. Robert Montgomery.
11:30—7
"Charge of the Light Brigade." 1936. Errol
Flynn. 1:05 —9
Saturday A.M.
"Roll Along Cowboy." 1937. Cecilia Parker.
10:00—5
"Road Block." 1951. Joan Dixon. 11:00—5
Saturday P.M.
"Thunder Over Tangiers." 1957. Robert Hutton.
1:00—4
"The Seventh Victim." 1943. Tom Conway.
1:00—5
"For Whom the Bell Tolls." 1943. Gary Cooper.
2:00—9
"Up Goes Maisie." 1946. Ann Sothern.
5:00—9
"No Highway in the Sky." 1951. James Stewart
9:00—4
"Week-end At the Waldorf." 1945. Ginger
Rogers. 11:00—5
"Death of a Salesman." 1952. Fredric March.
11:15 —9
"Mother Is A Freshman." 1949. Loretta Young.
11:40—4
"The House of Frankenstein." 1945. Boris
Karloff. i:2Q—9

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