Television: Jun. 16, 1967

Wednesday, June 14

BOB HOPE PRESENTS THE CHRYSLER THEATER (NBC, 9-10 p.m.).* "And Baby Makes Five," the story of a successful Madison Avenue type who finally decides that he'd rather switch jobs and fight the system. Cliff Robertson plays the adman turned crusading small-town editor; Angie Dickinson is his fashion-model wife. Repeat.

ABC WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIE (ABC, 9-11 p.m.). Curt Jurgens, Orson Welles and Sylvia Syms star in this drama about a man without a country, forever exiled to life aboard a Ferry to Hong Kong (1961).

THE STEVE ALLEN COMEDY HOUR (CBS, 10-11...

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