Television: Feb. 18, 1966

As part of an excellent series, U.S.A.: The Novel, National Educational Television (NET) stations in Boston, New York, Washington, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Milwaukee, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle this week are showing "The Nonfiction Novel," a self-portrait of Truman Capote, who talks about his bestselling book, /// Cold Blood. Dates and time vary locally. NET's 94 other stations will broadcast the show over the next few months.

Wednesday, February 16 CHRYSLER PRESENTS A BOB HOPE COMEDY SPECIAL (NBC, 9-10 p.m.).* Hope and Danny Thomas play poker with Jill St. John as the...

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