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Thursday 10PM to 11 PM August 18, 1963 PAY-MOVIE DETAILS BEGIN ON A-6 3 11 41 HILL STREET BLUES Two copes are ambushed with a handgun that had been evidence in another crime. Furrillo: Daniel J. Travanti. Henry: Joe Spano. Ray: Rene Enriquez. Renko: Charles Haid. Belker: Bruce Weirz. LaRue: Kiel Martin. Joyce: Veronica Hamel. Phil: Michael Conrad. Hill: Michael Warren. Lucy: Betty Thomas (Repeat; 60 min.) 8 15 18 WORLD WAR I BW "The Promised Lands." Narrator Robert Ryan explored the growth of nationalism during World War I era and its effects on the plans of the Allies and Central Powers. 30 TAKE 30 36 KUNG FU--Drama A warlord (Khigh Dhiegh) lays seige to the Shalolin temple in Part 2 of a two-part story. (60 min.) 46 700 CLUB--Religion 61 WILD WILD WEST-- Adventure West (Robert Conrad) plots to stop thieves from stealing an Aztec treasure. But when the's cauht with the loot, he has trouble explaining to the Aztecs. Johnson: Ray Walston. Slade: Jack Elam. Sanchez: Edmund Hashim. (60 min.) ART RICHARD STRAUSS-- Profile A profile of German-born composer (1864-1949) includes an examination of his tone poems and early operas. (35 min.) CNN FREEMAN REPORTS--Interview MAX MOVIE--Comedy-Drama "Breaking Away." (1 hr., 40 min) TMC MOVIE--Adventure "High Risk." (90 min.) WGN NEWS WOR NEWARK AND REALITY 10:10 17 NEWS 10:30 8 15 18 CREATIVITY WITH BILL MOYERS (CC) A 1982 conversation with actor-director John Huston, who recalls with youth and his beginnings as a painter and a writer. Huston, interviewed on the set of "Annie" and at his home in Mexico, also discusses working with Humphrey Bogart.(Repeat) 30 TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL NAACP director Benjamin Hooks is guest in the second of two shows analyzing black strategies for the 1984 Presidential election. Topics include the NAACP's voter-registration drive. SHO MOVIE--Thriller "Ghose Story." (1 hr., 50 min.) WGN INN NEWS-- Bosh/Harper WOR MEET THE MAYORS--Interview 11 PM 2 3 9 11 24 NEWS 8 15 18 EVENING AT POPS A celebration of Irvings Berlin by Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, who sing "All By Myself," "What'll I Do?" "Always" (said to be Berlin's favorite of his songs), "God Bless America" and an 18-tune medley. Also: John Williams leads the Boston Pops in his "Esplanade Overture" and music from the movie "Superman."(60 min.) 30 MacNEIL, LEHRER REPORT 36 BENNY HILL-Comedy Benny treats his hard-working side-kick to a sunny vacation. 41 CNN HEADLINE NEWS/LOCAL NEWS 46 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS ENCORE On stage: Pure Prairie League. Music includes "Amie," "Kansas City Southern," "Place in the Middle." 61 INN NEWS-Bosh/Harper CNN SPORTS-Hickman/Charles USA BASEBALL Montreal at San Francisco. (Live) [Joined in progress. Subject to black-out in the Atlanta metropolitan area.] [in box] Riddle: Name the brand new late-night show that's coming to channel 46 this fall that's going to prove that "Thicke" is best? Thicke milkshake [arrow pointing to picture of milkshake] Thicke steak [arrow pointing to picture of steak] Thicke hair [arrow pointing to picture of hair] ANSWER SEPTEMBER 5 [end of box] A-104 TV GUIDE Atlanta Edition
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