This is the WTWVDT2 TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Memphis Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|2:08 PM||The Nat King Cole Show |
The gifted singer-pianist did not attract large enough ratings despite strong guest stars (Count Basie, Tony Bennett, Peggy Lee and Sammy Davis Jr. among them) and top production values in this superb, all-too-brief music-variety series, which started as a 15-minute program preceding NBC's nightly news.
|2:32 PM||Lock Up |
|2:58 PM||Hop Harrigan |
|3:21 PM||Hi Diddle Diddle |
Problems plague the honeymoon of a sailor (Dennis O'Keefe) and his bride (Martha Scott). Adolphe Menjou, Pola Negri.
|4:36 PM||The Lawless Years |
Roaring '20s crime show loosely based on the cases of real-life New York cop Barney Ruditsky.
|5:03 PM||Sherlock Holmes |
London-filmed cases of the renowned sleuth and his companion, Dr. Watson, based on the works of Arthur Conan Doyle.
|5:30 PM||The Fighting Devil Dogs |
|5:50 PM||The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp |
Story of the life of a British officer. Roger Livesey, Deborah Kerr, Anton Walbrook, Roland Culver.
|8:34 PM||Richard Diamond, Private Detective |
An above-average PI series with David Janssen at his sullen best as the shamus. Perhaps the show's best mystery involved his sexy answering-service girl Sam, whose face was never seen, just her shapely legs. Readers of TV Guide learned the answer in 1959 when it was revealed that it was Mary Tyler Moore who provided the sultry voice. The series was retitled `Call Mr. D' when it ran in syndication.
|9:01 PM||Four Star Playhouse |
|9:31 PM||Philo Vance's Gamble |
Murder among thieves. Alan Curtis, Frank Jenks, Terry Austin, Tala Birell, Gavin Gordon, Cliff Clark.
|10:33 PM||Jungle Drums of Africa |
|10:49 PM||Rebellious Daughters |
How unsympathetic parents cause girls to leave home. Marjorie Reynolds, Verna Hillie, Sheila Bromley, Dennis Moore.
|12:00 AM||The Phantom Creeps |
In this 1939 serial, a scientist plans to use his extraordinary inventions to rule the world.
|12:21 AM||The Kid Rides Again |
Larry “Buster” Crabbe plays Billy the Kid, on the trail of the outlaws who framed him. Al St. John, Iris Meredith, Charles “Slim” Whitaker.
|1:16 AM||Tales of Tomorrow |
An early-'50s sci-fi anthology offering both original stories and adaptations of classics like `Frankenstein' ( Lon Chaney Jr. was the monster) and `20,000 Leagues Under the Sea' (with Thomas Mitchell, Leslie Nielsen and Brian Keith). Others who appeared included Boris Karloff, Richard Kiley, Veronica Lake, Cloris Leachman, Raymond Burr, Darren McGavin, Burgess Meredith and Rod Steiger (who costarred with James Dean in a May 1953 episode).
|1:37 AM||Shadow of the Eagle |
An abductor falls for his prey. Richard Greene, Valentina Cortesa, Greta Gynt, Binnie Barnes.
|2:05 AM||Gunsmoke Ranch |
Bob Livingston, Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Kenneth Harlan, Julia Thayer.
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