Television: May 12, 1967

Wednesday, May 10

BOB HOPE PRESENTS THE CHRYSLER THEATER (NBC, 9-10 p.m.).* A private eye (Ricardo Montalban) focuses on a privae secre- tary (Joanne Dru) during the search for murder cles in "To Sleep. Perchance to Scream."

Thursday, May 11

THE COLGATE COMEDY HOUR (NBC. 10-11 p.m.). Thirteen first-ranking comedy stars bring back the routines that made them famous. Bob Newhart reverts to his hilarious role as "The Driving Instructor," Shelley Berman repeats "Is Your Mommy Home?" and Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks revive their "2,000-Year-Old Man." Phyllis Diller, to absolutely no one's...

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