Radio: The Week in Review

The forecast for good TV entertainment was largely in the stars. TV's pitchmen offered Julie Harris, Cyril Ritchard, Walter Slezak, Lee Tracy, Hume Cronyn, Bette Davis and Peter Lorre. Unhappily, the stars were not always bright enough to twinkle through the cloudy scripts.

The week's best prospect was Ferenc Molnar's The Good Fairy, produced by Maurice Evans on Hallmark Hall of Fame (Sun. 4 p.m., NBC). For a while it looked as if three expert players could bring off the tender, sophisticated, 25-year-old Hungarian fantasy about a "little glowworm" usherette (Julie Harris) who wants to be a good fairy to a highly...

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