TV Guide 365: Thursday, November 19th, 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.

Thursday, November 19th, 1964

7:30 MUNSTERS–Comedy (CBS)
“Knock Wood, Here Comes Charlie.” Herman’s dapper twin brother Charlie appears at the Munster home with a gadget he claims can extract uranium from sea water.

“A Short Walk to Salem.” Simon Girty plays dirty, and so do his three hard-hearted sons. They plan to relieve the Boonesville settlers of their season’s take of furs. (60 min.)
Postponed from an earlier date.

[COLOR] Fred and Barney want to enter Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm in a contest to select the most beautiful baby in Bedrock.

“The Case of the Tragic Trophy.” Returning home from a trip, movie director Anthony Fry introduces his fiancee Kathy Anders to the press and then hurries off to a parked car–where another woman waits. A perturbed Miss Anders asks Drake to find out who the “mystery woman” is. (60 min.)

“Anyone Can Drive (?).” When Jeff tries to teach his girl friend to drive, Mary recalls what happened when her boy friend attempted the same feat.

8:30 DR. KILDARE–Drama (NBC)
“Rome Will Never Leave You,” second of three parts. Rome seems to be distracting our medical researchers: Kildare meets the other man in Francesca’s life, Gillespie tries to rekindle a wartime romance and Dr. MacDuff is determined to improve the sordid life of a street urchin. Script by Sally Benson. (60 min.)

Impressed with Robbie’s folk-singing talents, fellow band member Sherry Norton introduces him to the way-out coffee-house set.
Postponed from an earlier date.

9:00 PASSWORD–Game (CBS)
Actress Jayne Meadows and “I’ve Got a Secret” host Steve Allen are the celebrity guests. Allen Ludden is the host.

Shakespearean actor Maurice Evans is seen tonight as Samantha’s father Maurice. What should be a joyous family reunion becomes an unearthly nightmare when Maurice learns that daughter Samantha is married–and to a mortal!

9:30 HAZEL (NBC)
[COLOR] “Mix-Up on Marshall Road.” Hazel agrees to help sell next-door neighbor Howard North’s house–but George isn’t happy with her choice of buyers.

Buck unwittingly buys a “hot” Thanksgiving turkey from a black marketeer. Sam: Paul Ford. Wyntoon: John Dehner. Buck: Sterling Holloway. Barbara: Judy Carne. Hans: John Banner. Jim: Les Brown Jr.

A patient’s life is jeopardized when Dr. Rossi is forbidden to operate.

[SPECIAL] Goulet’s guests include Lessie [sic] Caron, comic Terry-Thomas and dancer Peter Gennaro. For details, see the Close-up on page A-69. (60 min.)
“Defenders” is pre-empted.

[TV Guide Close-Up] ROBERT GOULET–Variety

[SPECIAL] Tonight’s hour with Robert Goulet features singing and dancing, and guest appearances by Leslie Caron, British cut-up Terry-Thomas, TV host Ed Sullivan, dancer-choreographer Peter Gennaro and columnist Earl Wilson.

[COLOR] “The Jack Is High.” Raymond Shipley, a mild-mannered English professor, pulls a multimillion-dollar robbery with the help of an unusual foursome: a night-club comic, a truck driver, a Koren War hero, and an ex-convict. Then the quintet attempts an unusual getaway–hidden inside a gasoline tank truck. Script by William Wood. (60 min.)

Jimmy’s guests are singers Carmel Quinn and Jerry Vale and comic instrumentalists Buck and Smitty.


TV Guide, November 14, 1964 (Volume 12, Number 46, Issue #607) [Western New England Edition] *Read my review of this issue*

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2 Replies to “TV Guide 365: Thursday, November 19th, 1964”

  1. Fun Fact:
    On My Three Sons, Robbie’s singing girlfriend was played by Tina Cole – who came back several years (and one network) later as a different character and married the guy.
    Small world, isn’t it?

    1. I remember seeing Tina Cole on another probably later B&W M3S episode. In this one she played a steady girlfriend of Robbie’s who agrees to sit w/ a child for an evening to see if they’d be able to raise children together. At some point in the evening, she ends up abandoning Rob to take care of the child alone and disappears for the rest of the episode (and the series), only to show up as Rob’s future wife, Katie, a couple years later.

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