The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 12, 1976 · Page 228
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 228

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, December 12, 1976
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TV14 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, December 12, 1976 it s it at p.m. (6) "Rocky Mountain," (1950), Errol Flynn, Patrice Wymore. Lumbering Flynn vehicle set in Civil War times, with Rebs and Yankees fighting off an Indian attack. II t 8:00 (5,7) The Little Drummer Boy . Book II: A musical sequel to the popular children's tale of a poor, gentle drummer boy whose only gift to the Christ Child is a song. Voices of Greer Garson and Zero Mos-tel. 8:30 (5,7) Bob Hope Christmas Show: Bob's annual Christmas show features John Wayne, Neil Se-daka, Lola Falana and the Associated Press College All-Star Football team. Also on hand will be Miss America (Dorothy Benham) and the Queen of the 1977 Tournament of Roses (Diane Ramaker) and her court. 9:00 (2) Edward R. Morrow: "Goodnight and Good Luck." This program contains some excerpts from some of Murrow's famous broadcasts and includes interviews with Senator Hubert Humphrey, Fred W. Friendly, Charles Collingwood, Murrow's widow Janet and Sir Hugh Greene, former director of the BBC. 10:00 (5,7) Perry Como's Christmas in Austria: Sid Caesar, Senta Berger, and the Vienna Boys Choir in a musical holiday special from different locales in Austria including the town where "Silent Night" was composed. three hour David L. Wolper Production dramatizing the daring Israeli rescue raid on the Ugandan airport in July. The first screen recreation of the stunning and unexpected maneuver that freed terrorist hostages in a lightning-swift attack on their captors. (Premiere) 1:00 a.m. (51) "Desert Trail." Action western starring John Wayne. 3:30 (51) "Blue Peter," Kieran Moore. Ex-soldier faces problem of adjusting to new life after Communist brainwashing. KEY TO RATINGS Excellent Good Fair Poor f 4:30 ( 34) "Your Past Is Showing," (1958), Terry-Thomas, Peter Sellers. Droll hi-jinks of a strange grouping of folks brought together to rid themselves of the editor of a smut-expose magazine. 8:00 (6) "The Big Land," (1957), Alan Ladd, Virginia Mayo. Cattle owners and grain farmers join together to bring railroad link to Texas; easygoing, familiar. M 8:00 (10,12) "Victory at Entebbe," (1976), Linda Blair, Kirk Douglas, Helen Hayes, Burt Lancaster, Elizabeth Taylor. A Cloris Leachman (center), as Phyllis, congratulates 86-year-old Judith Lowry, portraying Mother Dexter, and 92-year-old Burt Mustin, playing Arthur Lanson, after their marriage, in the second of a two-part episode of "Phyllis," tonight at 8:30 on Channels 4 and 34. MONDAY MORNING 5:30 (7) University of Florida (5,7) Bob Hope Christmas Show: See Spotlight. 5 Bob Hope's Christmas Show. John Wayne, Neil Sedaka, The All 6:00 (4) Sunrise Semester 1:30 (4,34) As the World Turns (5,7) Days of Our Lives (12) Family Feud 2:00 (10,12) $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 (4,34) The Guiding (7) Open College (10) Newsmakers (34) PTL Club 6:25 (5) Picture of Health in a concert of old time New Orleans jazz. (6) Alan Burke Show (23) Noticias 11:00 (4,5,7,10,12,34) News (6) Wild Wild West (23) Cine (51) Blueboy Forum 11:30 (2) ABC News: Captioned. (4,34) Movie (5,7) Tonight Show: Johnny Carson. (10) Ironside (12) Monday Night Special: "Honeymoon Suite." A quartet of comedy vignettes starring Rose Marie and Morey Amsterdam. (R) (51) A Psychic Called Elizabeth Garth tor some of Mary's first aid; Grandpa is after a job for which he is eminently qualified; Loretta and her latest plan only make Charley mad. (5) Wild Kingdom (6) Hogan's Heroes (7) Hollywood Squares (10) Don Shula Show (12) Match Game PM 8:00 (2) The Adams Chronicles: Charles ultimately loses the battle for control of the Union Pacific Railroad to Jay Gould. (4.34) Rhoda: A wealthy restaurant owner sweeps Brenda off her feet with a proposal of marriage. (5,7) Little Drummer Boy Book II: See Spotlight. (6) Movie: "The Big Land." (10,12) Movie: "Victory at Entebbe." (23) Cine (51) Comedias (6) My Three Sons (12) The Brady Bunch (23) Una Muchacha Llamada Milagros (51) Investment Digest 5:30 (2) Electric Company (5,10) News (6) Partridge Family (12) Andy Griffith (51) Financial Final 5:55 (4) Weather MONDAY EVENING 6:00 (2) Zoom (4,7,12,34) News (6) Emergency One (23) Noticias (51) TBA 6:25 (12) Athlete of the Week 6:30 (2) Villa Alegre (4,34) CBS News (5) NBC News (10,12) ABC News (51) Biscayne Dog Show 7:00 (2) The Mac-NeilLehrer Report (4) Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau: Coral Divers of Corsica. (5) Adam-12: Officers Malloy and Reed cope with their lack of holiday spirit on their tour of duty. (R) (6) I Dream of Jean-nie (7) NBC News (10) Newswatch Extra (12) Hogan's Heroes (23) Barata de Primavera (34) Real Estate 34 (51) Horse Racing 7:30 (2) Mary Hartman, America Football Team - Adv. 9:00 (2) Edward R. Mur-row: See Spotlight. (5,7) Maude: Even after her home is cleaned out by burglars, Maude is determined to keep her neighbors from arming themselves. Walter and Arthur want to form a local militia, but Maude insists that guns are not the way to go. (51) Cine 9:30 (4,34) Alt's Fair: Richard is falling prey to the newsman's nightmare that he has been scooped by a rival columnist. 10:00 (4,34) Executive Suite (5,7) Perry Como's Christmas in Austria: See Spotlight. 5 XMAS IN AUSTRIA- with Perry Como, Sid Caesar, Senta Berger & Vienna Boys Choir Adv. (6) News 10:30 (4) Magazine: Mrs. Betty Williams, founder of the nonpartisan, non-sectarian People for Peace organizationof Northern Ireland, is interviewed. (5,7) Hollywood Squares (10) Don Ho Show (12) Bonanza 11:00 (2) Electric Company (5,7) Wheel of Fortune (6) Not for Women Only (10) The Edge of Night (34) Double Dare 11:30 (4.34) Love of Life (5,7) Stumpers (6) Love American Style (10,12) Happy Days 11:55 (4) Weather (34) CBS News MONDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 (4,5,10) News (6) Perry Mason (7) 50 Grand Slam (12) Don Ho Show (34) Young and Restless (51) Stocks and News 12:30 (4,34) Search for Tomorrow (5) Gong Show (7) News (10,12) All My Children 12:55 (5) News 1:00 (4) The Young and the Restless (5,7) Somerset (6) Movie: "Rocky Mountain." (10) Donahue (12) Ryan's Hope (34) Around the Town 12:00 12:30 light (5,7) The Doctors (10,12) One Life to Live 3:C0 (4,34) All in the Family (5,7) Another World (6) Flintstones (23) Cultura Cubana 3:15 (10,12) General Hospital 3:30 (4,34) Match Game (6) Three Stooges (23) Cocadrila 4:00 (2) Sesame Street (4,34) Tattletales (5) Dark Shadows (7) The Odd Couple (10) Brady Bunch (12) The Edge of Night (23) Mundo de Juguete 4:30 (4) Merv Griffin: Ben Vereen, The Pointer Sisters, Eartha Kitt, and author of "Roots" Alex Haley. (5) Big Valley (6) Bewitched (7) Dinah: Don Rickles, Mel Tillis. (10) Medical Center (12) Howdy Doody (23) Muy Agradecido (34) Movie: "Your Past is Showing." (51) Stock Market Close 5:00 (2) Mister Rogers Neighborhood 6:30 (4) Batman (6) Fran Carlton (7) Sunshine Almanac (10) Noticias 6:45 (7) Community Report (10) Joblir.e (12) What's On Your Mind: Dr. Robert Alsofrom 6:55 (5) News 7:00 (4) Skipper Chuck (5,7) Today (6) Popeye and Friends (10) Arthur and Company (12) Good Morning America (34) CBS News 7:30 (10) A.M. Miami 8:00 (4,34) Captain Kangaroo (6) Duck Duck Goose (10) Good Morning America (51) PTL Club 8:30 (6) Community Close-up 9:00 (2) Sesame Street (4,12) Mike Douglas (5) Perry Mason (6) Life in the Spirit (7) Bonanza (34) PTL Club 9:30 (6) 700 Club 10:00 (5) Sanford and Son (7) The Gong Show (10) Family Feud (34) Price is Right (51) News and Stocks 10:25 (7) News (6) Untouchables (51) Sea Hunt (10) Monday Night Special: See 11:30 p.m. Ch. 12 listing. (51) I Led Three Lives (5,7) Tomorrow: 1:00 Dick Clark discusses his career and rock and roll music with host Tom Snyder. (6) Noticias (12) What's On Your 8:30 (4,34) Phyllis: Phyllis Lindstrom turns the Dexter living room into a wedding chapel when she hilariously mismanages Mother Dex-ter's marriage to Arthur Lanson, in the concluding episode of a special two-part story. Mind: Dr. Robert Alsofrom. (51) Movie: "Desert Trail." 2:00 (10) Jobline 2:15 (10) Noticias 3:00 (51) Laurel and Har dy 3:30 (51) Movie: "Blue Peter." 5:30 (51) Bat Masterson (23) Imperdonable 10:30 (2) In Performance at Wolf Trap: "Preservation Hall Jazz Band." The six members of the band Mary Hartman: Pat drops in with

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