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4:00 AM77 Sunset Strip 
The cases of Hollywood private eyes, whose offices were located at 77 Sunset Strip. In the 1959-60 season, this was ABC's highest-rated series, and its breakout star was teen heartthrob Edd `Kookie' Byrnes, whose expressions (like `you're the ginchiest') became national catchphrases, and whose recording of `Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb' (with Connie Stevens) was a hit.
5:00 AMPeter Gunn 
Sleek and noirish Blake Edwards series about an ultracool, jazz-loving L.A. private eye who operates out of a nightclub (where his girlfriend is a singer) and gets assistance on his cases from a cop buddy. It features a memorable Grammy-winning score by Henry Mancini.
5:30 AMNight Gallery 
A stylish anthology of tales focusing on the nightmarishly macabre and the supernatural. Some episodes were adaptations of classic stories, others based on original scripts---including some by host Rod Serling, creator of `The Twilight Zone.' His entries include the deeply moving, Emmy-nominated `They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar,' with William Windom; and `The Caterpillar,' with Laurence Harvey, an episode that Stephen King has described as `one of the most frightening ever telecast on TV.'
6:00 AMThe Facts of Life 
A long-running `Diff'rent Strokes' spin-off set at a girls boarding school, with the Drummond's former housekeeper, Mrs. Garrett, now a housemother. The venues for her charges' escapades moved off-campus in later years when Mrs. Garrett opened a series of eateries in town, but her core group of young women remained largely unchanged.
6:30 AMDiff'rent Strokes 
A long-running sitcom about Park Avenue millionaire who adopts two Harlem orphans after the death of their housekeeper mother.
7:00 AMThe Beverly Hillbillies 
CBS hit a ratings gusher with this rustic sitcom about a poor mountaineer turned oil baron who relocated, along with his eccentric clan, to 'the hills of Beverly.' The series frequently topped the Nielsens during its nine-season run. It also spun off the long-running 'Petticoat Junction' (which, in turn, spun off 'Green Acres'), but a 1993 feature film based on the original proved unsuccessful.
7:30 AMMy Three Sons 
One of TV's most durable and wholesome sitcoms is about widower Steve Douglas and his boys, who shared a house with their maternal grandfather, and later, their crotchety uncle. The series was originally scheduled to be a vehicle for the Lennon Sisters of `Lawrence Welk Show' fame. Characters came and went, but this was an endearing, highly rated series throughout its 1960-72 run; when it moved from ABC to CBS in 1965, Mike, the eldest, was written out, and replaced by adopted son Ernie.
8:00 AMLeave It to Beaver 
The clean-cut 1950s sitcom, about young `Beaver' Cleaver, his brother Wally and their folks was a family favorite over its six-year run. Unlike most other sitcoms of that innocent era, the stories were told from the kids' point of view, with their stalwart parents always on hand to get them out of jams and give practical advice. In the '80s, the Beav and company enjoyed a comeback in a syndicated show, `The New Leave It to Beaver,' starring many from the original cast.
8:30 AMLeave It to Beaver 
The clean-cut 1950s sitcom, about young `Beaver' Cleaver, his brother Wally and their folks was a family favorite over its six-year run. Unlike most other sitcoms of that innocent era, the stories were told from the kids' point of view, with their stalwart parents always on hand to get them out of jams and give practical advice. In the '80s, the Beav and company enjoyed a comeback in a syndicated show, `The New Leave It to Beaver,' starring many from the original cast.
9:00 AMPerry Mason 
Classic courtroom drama about an L.A. lawyer (adapted from author Erle Stanley Gardner's novels) who seemed incapable of losing a case, thanks to his brilliant deductive reasoning and his uncanny ability to break witnesses on the stand. The formula was as predictable as the verdict, but the long-running series (nine seasons) was crisply paced and beautifully acted. Nearly 20 years after the series ended, Raymond Burr returned to his Emmy-winning role in a number of successful TV-movies.
10:00 AMMatlock 
Courtroom drama about a cagey Atlanta defense attorney with a down-home demeanor and uptown strategy. Many of the Harvard-educated lawyer's cases were on the sensational side and often decided by `Perry Mason'-like last-minute revelations on the witness stand. The stories were hardly intricate, but this proved to be Andy Griffith's second monster hit, and like his classic 1960s sitcom, it got a lot of mileage out of his considerable folksy appeal.
11:00 AMDiagnosis Murder 
Dr. Mark Sloan dabbles in detective work to help the L.A. police department in this hit for Dick Van Dyke, who first played the sleuth on an episode of 'Jake and the Fatman' in 1991, and then in three TV-movies.
12:00 PMIn the Heat of the Night 
A white Southern police chief and a black detective put aside racial animosity to solve crimes in a Mississippi hamlet. This tense drama was inspired by the Oscar-winning 1967 film, which was based on John Ball's 1965 novel. Despite the occasional health-related absences of star Carroll O'Connor (Joe Don Baker and Carl Weathers each briefly filled the chief's chair), the series had a hearty run, premiering on NBC in 1988 before moving to CBS in 1992 for its last two seasons.
1:00 PMGunsmoke 
This landmark adult Western centered on Marshal Matt Dillon of Dodge City.
1:30 PMGunsmoke 
This landmark adult Western centered on Marshal Matt Dillon of Dodge City.
2:00 PMBonanza 
Ben Cartwright and his three sons (by three wives) ride herd over the sprawling Ponderosa spread in 1860s Nevada in one of the most handsomely mounted and beloved series of all time.
3:00 PMThe Rifleman 
A widowed homesteader raised his son on a New Mexico ranch and helped the local sheriff battle desperadoes using a modified Winchester rifle. The series aired during the heyday of the Western on network television. During the 1958-59 season, this show's first, the genre accounted for seven of the Top 10 shows. `The Rifleman' ranked fourth, below `Gunsmoke,' `Wagon Train' and `Have Gun, Will Travel.'
3:30 PMThe Rifleman 
A widowed homesteader raised his son on a New Mexico ranch and helped the local sheriff battle desperadoes using a modified Winchester rifle. The series aired during the heyday of the Western on network television. During the 1958-59 season, this show's first, the genre accounted for seven of the Top 10 shows. `The Rifleman' ranked fourth, below `Gunsmoke,' `Wagon Train' and `Have Gun, Will Travel.'
4:00 PMWagon Train 
This classy Western followed the trials of a California-bound wagon train after the Civil War. There were regulars and some action, but the emphasis was on strong storytelling and top guests such as Bette Davis, Jane Wyman, Ronald Reagan, Lee Marvin and Joseph Cotten. John Ford even came on board to direct 1960's `The Colter Craven Story.' John McIntire replaced Ward Bond after the latter's death in 1961. The Bond shows aired in syndication as `Major Adams, Trailmaster.'

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