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Saturday, March 25, 2017


Noon Matinee

“The Screen Directors Playhouse” from March 3, 1950—“The Paleface” with Bob Hope and Jane Russell

“Vic and Sade” from March 1, 1944—“Hank Gutstop Throws A Party”

6 p.m.

“The Bob Hope Show” from March 4, 1953—"Income Tax Forms"

“Bill Stern's Sports Newsreel” from March 4, 1949—guest Zachary Scott

“Lum n Abner” from February 13, 1935—“Lum Is Out Of Jail”

7 p.m.

“Dragnet” from February 28, 1952--"The Big Plant"

“The Police Reporter” episode #7 from 1932—“The Case of Rudoph Falk”

8 p.m.

“Escape” from February 28, 1950--"The Man Who Won The War"

“Calling All Detectives” from August 19, 1948--"The Habitual Jaywalker"

9 p.m.

“My Favorite Husband” from March 3, 1950--"Women's Rights" with Lucille Ball

“The Couple Next Door” from January 15, 1958--"Hot Water Heater Broken"

10 p.m.

“Mr. District Attorney” from March 1, 1953--"The Case of the Frying Pan Murder"

“The Adventures of Superman” from February 16, 1940--"Keno's Landslide"

11 p.m.

“Suspense!” from March 1, 1955--"The Screaming Woman" by Ray Bradbury

“The Unexpected” from May 16, 1948--"Find the Man"

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