TV Guide 365: Monday, October 26th, 1964

TV Guide 365: 1964-1965 explores the 1964-1965 television season through listings published in TV Guide. Each day I’ll post listings for the corresponding day from the 1964-1965 season, with complete cast and guest cast details for obscure, short-lived shows.

Monday, October 26th, 1964

7:30 90 BRISTOL COURT (NBC)
Karen: She already has a car and a driver’s license, but Karen can’t say “no” when Jim Fraser offers to teach her to drive. Steve: Richard Denning. Karen: Debbie Watson. Barbara: Mary La Roche. Mimi: Gina Gillespie. Candy: Trudi Ames. Peter: Teddy Quinn.
Guest Cast
Jim Fraser …………… Buck Taylor
Officer Muldoon …………………. Larry Thor
Motorcycle Officer …………………. Dennis Cross

VOYAGE–Adventure (ABC)
“Turn Back the Clock.” Nelson investigates a scientist’s story about spending a year in a tropical prehistoric world–located in Antarctica. (60 min.)

TO TELL THE TRUTH (CBS)

8:00 90 BRISTOL COURT (NBC)
Harris Against the World: For a wedding-anniversary surprise, Alan has purchased a mink stole for Kate and dancing lessons for himself. Alan: Jack Klugman. Kate: Patricia Barry. Dee Dee: Claire Wilcox. Cliff: Guy Raymond.
Guest Cast
Sharon McGuire …………… Joyce Jameson
Ernie …………………. Hal Baylor
Helen …………………. Fay deWitt
Norman …………………. Sheldon Allman

I’VE GOT A SECRET (CBS)
Actor Ray Walston of “My Favorite Martian” has a secret for the panel.

8:25 POLITICAL TALK–Republican (CBS)

8:30 90 BRISTOL COURT (NBC)
Tom, Dick and Mary: After a dressing-down by Dr. Krevoy, Dick decides to scrap his medical career. Dick: Steve Franken. Mary: Joyce Bulifant. Tom: Don Galloway. Krevoy: John Hoyt.
Guest Cast
Myron Sears …………… Woodrow Parfrey
Horace Moran …………………. J. Edward McKinley
Wilma Cartwright …………………. Linda Kennon

NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS (ABC)
“Will Gets a Right-Hand Man.” Grandpa Anderson joins Will on guard duty, but not by choice–he and Will are accidentally locked together in a pair of handcuffs. Will: Sammy Jackson. Grandpa: Andy Clyde. King: Harry Hickox. Milly: Laurie Sibbald. Captain Martin: Paul Smith. Blanchard: Greg Benedict.

ANDY GRIFFITH (CBS)
Barney gets himself a bloodhound to track down an escaped convict.

9:00 ANDY WILLIAMS (NBC)
[COLOR] Guests are Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Jonathan Winters. In a monolog, Jonathan describes working in a gas station where the customer is always right; and in a chat with Andy, he does impressions suggested by the audience. In a circus bit, Roy demonstrates his marksmanship and Jonathan portrays a lion tamer. Good Time singers, Osmond Brothers, Nick Castle dancers, Dave Brusin orchestra. (60 min.)

WENDY AND ME (ABC)
The Conway household has a visitor–Wendy is taking care of little Lissa Harris, whose mother is involved in divorce proceedings. George Burns is the landlord. Wendy: Connie Stevens. Jeff: Ron Harper. Danny: James Calahan. Bundy: J. Pat O’Malley.
Guest Cast
Ruth Harris …………… Sue Randall
Lissa Harris …………… Eileen Baral
Norman Robinson …………… George Ives

LUCILLE BALL (CBS)
Lucy and Viv think the ideal way to finance their sons’ stays at summer camp is to take over cooking chores for the camp’s 100 boys.

9:30 BING CROSBY–Comedy (ABC)
“The Education of Bing Collins.” Joyce is not happy about the prospect of her cultivated history teacher meeting her “lowbrow” parents. Bing and Ellie sing “Shuffle Off to Buffalo.” Ellie: Beverly Garland. Joyce: Carol Faylen. Janice: Diane Sherry. Willie: Frank McHugh. Carleton Van Ardley: Macdonald Carey.

MANY HAPPY RETURNS–Comedy (CBS)
Burnley’s sure he’s no longer welcome in Joan’s home, because she’s asked him to eat downtown while she throws a dinner party. Burnley: John McGiver. Joe: Mickey Manners. Joan: Elinor Donahue. Bob: Mark Goddard. Wilma: Jesslyn Fax. Shirley: Diane Sayer.

10:00 ALFRED HITCHCOCK (NBC)
“The Life and Work of Juan Diaz,” by Ray Bradbury. In a small Mexican village, poverty-stricken Juan Diaz’ life is nearing a close–and his lack of money forces him to bargain with the gravedigger for a cemetery plot. Directed and produced by Norman Lloyd. (60 min.)

BEN CASEY–Drama (ABC)
“A Woods Full of Question Marks.” An 11-year-old girl brought into Elementary for treatment is deaf and totally unable to communicate, and her parents are notably absent from the scene. Script by Ellis Marcus. (60 min.)
Barbara Bain, who plays the tutor in this episode, and Irene Wasell (the teacher) instruct deaf children in real life. June Reed and the other children they teach in this story are actually deaf.

SLATTERY’S PEOPLE–Drama (CBS)
“Question–What Became of the White Tortilla?” Freshman legislator Thomas Rodriguez shows great promise as a spokesman for his people, but he’ll have to learn to control his persecution complex. Script by William P. McGivern and Jack Raphael Guss. Slattery: Richard Crenna. Metcaff: Tol Avery. Radcliff: Edward Asner. (60 min.)
Guest Cast
Rodriguez …………… Ricardo Montalban
Elena Delgado …………… Mariam Colon
Harold Leeds …………………. Milton Selzer
Joe Anderson …………………. Lane Bradford
Old Man …………………. Felix Locher
Carol Sims …………………. Francine York
Gomez …………………. Alex Montoya


Source:

TV Guide, October 24, 1964 (Volume 12, Number 43, Issue #604) [Philadelphia Edition]

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