Independent from Long Beach, California on February 25, 1969 · Page 27
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C-IO-INOEFfNDENT (AM) Uw Buck Cilll., Tun., Frt. B. Hit TELEVISION LOGS- Vt An * indicates B-W. Other shows in color. KNXT Channel 1 KAIC Chonwl 7 KCOr Channel 1J KNIC Channel 4 KHJ Channel* KWHY Channel 22 PRESS-TELESRAM (PM) TELE-WES Stocks Channel 22 in Financial Bind I'BKMNS by John Mile* KTLA Ck«,«l$ KTTV ChwiHl 11 KMU Channel 34 KCET ChonnclJI TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1969 * PAID ADVERTISEMENT 8:30 2 Contemp. French Lit. ·1 Women As People: "Women Alone" 7 'Teacher In-Service 11 'German Lessons 7:00 A.M. 2 Conflict, Change Social Action (USC) 4 Today, Edwin Newman, Mortimer Adler, 8 a.m. report on Nixon's trip, feature on Sealab I! 7 Exercise with Gloria 11 Mr. Wishbone Shnw 13 Felix the Cat 7:30 2 Douglas Edwards 7 Morning Show, Nelson 9 Morning Meditation 11 The Flintstones 13 Hobo Kelly Show (R) 7:55 2 KNXT News 8:00 A.M. 2 Captain Kangaroo . 9 The Big Babysitter 11 Mighty Mouse Show 8:15 2 Nixon in London, Morley Safer. The President visits the Westminster Tomb of the Unknown Warrior. 8:30 2 Captain Kangaroo 5 Cartoon Time 11 The Popeye Show 13 Winky-Gumby Show 9:00 A.M. 2 Lucy Show, L. Ball 4 Snap Judgment 5 *Leave It to Beaver 7 "'Prize Movie: "It Grows on Trees," Irene Dunne, Dean Jagger 9 *The Real McCoys 11 Jack La Lanne Show J3 Rocky His Friends 9:25 4 Nancy Dickerson 9:30 2 The Beverly Hillbillies. ·1 Concentration, Clayton 5 *Movie: "This Woman Is Mine," Franchot Tone ('41) 0 ''Marshal Dillon 11 *Dennis the Menace 13 *Reconciliation (relig.) 10:00 A.M. 2 *Andy Griffith Show 4 Personality, Larry Blyden, Leonard Nimoy 9 *Movie: "File on Thelma Jordan," Barbara Stanwyck ('49) 11 Truth or Consequences 13 *This Too Is America 10:30 2 *Dick Van Dyke Show 4 Hollywood Squares 11 From the Inside--Out 13 *Robin Hood 10:45 7 Nixon in Europe 11:00 A.M. 2 The Love of Life 4 Jeopardy, Art Fleming 7 Galloping Gourmet: "Gooseberry Bombe" 11 Sheriff John, Lunch 13 The Romper Room 11:25 2 Douglas Edwards 11:30 2 Search for Tomorrow 4 Eye Guess, B. Cullen 7 Anniversary Game 13 America! "Texas" 11:45 5 Johnny Grant Show . 9 Doug Dudley, News 4 Edwin Newman (11:55) 12 NOON 2 Boutique, Steve Dunne 4 Hidden Faces (serial) 5 Cartoon Time 7 *Bewitched 9 Tempo, Roy Elwell, Bob Dornan, Richard Dawson (to 3:15) 11 Jack Latham, News 13 Bill Johns, News 12:30 2 As the World Turns 4 Day of Our Lives 5 Stingray (puppets) ' 7 Funny You Should Ask 11 *Movic: "Murder Is My Business," Hugh Beaumont ('46) 13 Dailing for Dollars 1:00 P.M. 2 Love Is a Many- Splendored Thing ·1 The Doctors (serial) fi 'National Velvet 7 Dream House (game) 1:30 2 The Guiding Light 4 Another World (serial) n "'Dobie Gillis 7 Let's Make a Deal 13 Travel with Don Bettina: San Francisco 1:45 11 : 'Movie: "Happiest Days of Your Life," Alistair Sim (Br.-'50) 2:00 P.M. 2 The Secret Storm 4 You Don't Say! 5 *Love That Bob* 7 The Newlywed Game J3 *Movie: "Headin 1 for Heaven," Stu Erwin 2:30 2 The Edge of Night 4 The Match Game 5 'Father Knows Best 7 The Dating Game 2:55 4 Floyd Kalbcr news 3:00 P.M. 2 The Linklctter Show ·1 PDQ, Dennis James 5 'Highway Patrol 7 General Hospital 13 Felix the Cat 28 Cancion de Raza (R) 3:15 9 'led Meyers, News 3:30 2 Lucky Pair, Geoff Edwards, Beverly Garland, Pat Harrington ·1 Mike Douglas Show 5 Divorce Court 7 One Life to Live 9 *Movic: "Crime Wave," Sterling Hayden ('54) 11 'My Favorite Martian 13 Hobo Kelly Show 4:00 P.M. 2 *Mr. Ed, Alan Young 5 ' : '0zzie and Harriet 7 Dark Shadows (serial) 11 Pay Cards! Art James 4:30 2 Movie: "Perfect Furlough," Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh ('59) 5 Please Don't Eat I he Daisies, Pat Crowley 7 Bill Bonds, News 1 1 George Putnam, News 13 Bozo's Big Top 5:00 P.M. 4 KNBC Newservico 5 Dick Carton, News 9 Groovy Show, Morgan 13 *The Addams Family 5:15 28 *The Friendly Giant 5:30 7 Frank Reynolds News 9 Rat Patrol, C. George 11 Donald O'Connor, Janis Paige, Kent McCord 13 Gilligan's Island 28 Misterogers' Neighbors 6:00 P.M. 2 Big News, J. Dunphy 4 Huntley and Brinkley ( f u l l hour, for report on Nixon trip) 5 Steve Allen Show, Rudy Vallee, Jackie Mason, James Brown, Leigh French T 6 O'CLOCK MOVIE--Color ~k Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda-"WARLOCK"-Part II Anthony Quinn ('59) 9 I Spy, Robert Culp, Bill Cosby, Clive Clerk. 13 Batman, Adam West, Cesar Romero 28 'What's New? 6:30 13 Voyage to Bottom of Sea, Richard Basehart 28 'Reading with Your Child, M. Marshall 7:00 P.M. 2 Walter Cronkite News 4 KNBC Newservice 9 What's My Line? 11 Password, A. Ludden 28 'French Chef, Julia Child: About Potatoes 7:30 2 Lancer, Andrew Duggan, Cloris Leachman, Elizabeth Baur, Mark Richman, Joyce Bulifant. Flamboyant dance- hall girl proves to be the long-missing mother of Teresa -and announces she wants legal custody of Murdoch's ward. 4 Jerry Lewis Show, with Mel Torme, Kaye Ballard. All three join for medley of songs about love. 5 Lost in Space, Bob May, Sue England. Robot romance. 7 Mod Squad, Michael Cole, Clarence Williams, J. D. Cannon. Sean Garrison. Arch- conservative tycoon is forming a private militia to "right the country's wrongs." 9 Movie: "The 4-D Man," Robert Lansing ('59) 11 Truth or Consequences, 13 * Perry Mason, Burr 28 *Cancion de Raza (R) 8:00 P.M. 11 Hazel, Shirley Booth 28 World Press (60 min.) 8:30 2 The Red Skelton Hour. Vikki Carr is singing guest, and also joins Red in Sheriff Deadeye sketch. 4 Julia, Diahann Carroll, Lurene Tuttle, Ned Glass. Julia tries her hand at m a t c h m a k i n g for her landlord and her supervising nurse. 5 Bruins in A c t i o n , John Wooden. Highlights of Saturday's Pauley .slaughter of Oregon 7 It Takes a Thief, Robert Wagner, Barry Sullivan, Carol Lynley, Roddy McDowell, Will Kuluva, designer Luis Esteycs with $250,000 of his gowns and furs. While Mundy's hosting a high-fashion gala for Washington bigwigs, he also must try to disarm a self-destruct device in a briefcase manacled to a courier's wrist. 11 Merv G r i f f i n Show, Charo Cugat (without Xavier), Michael York, Bob King, Lori Rogers 13 Beat the Odds. Johnny Gilbert (game show) 9:00 P.M. 4 Movie: "Perils of Pauline," Pal. Boone, Terry-Thomas, Pamela Austin, l£dw. Everett By GEORGE ERES TV-Radio Editor For the TV ladies and gentlemen who like to play the stock market, the condition of KWHY-TV, Ch. 22, is of some concern. So there will be no unnecessary' suspense. it should be immediately reported that the rumored death of the station is not correct. Boradcasting was suspended Monday because road conditions made it impossible for engineers to get to the station's transmitter in the mountains. The station has not discontinued broadcasting. KWHY-TV for the past two and one-half years has had a daily financial, business and stock market f o r m a t , broadcasting from 6:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Viewers who like to watch the reports from I h e i r own homes, rather than travelling down to the brokerage houses and watching the boards, have been Ihe station's mainstay. Morton ('67-1 st run). 5 Showcase 5 (R): "A Visit with Maurice Chevalier." Includes visit to his home. 13 Run for Your Life, Ben Gazzara, Peter Graves. 28 The Film Generation: "On Woman," with varying styles in attitudes and creative teatment. 9:30 2 CBS Playhouse: "The Experiemnt," Barry Sullivan, John Astin, Rosemary Murphy, M. 1C Douglas, Tisha Sterling, Susan Strasberg, Hazel Scott, Janet MacLachlan Second generation talent is starred, with Kirk Douglas' son as an idealistic, non-conformist young scientist, and Ann Sothern's daughter (Miss Sterling) as the student protest leader he lives with. Martin Manulis produced. 7 NYPD: EXCELLENT POLICE if ACTIOK MELODRAMA Jack Warden, M. Emmelt Walsh. Both police and the suspects search for a missing valise containing $150,000 9 Ted Meyers, News 10:00 P.M. 5 Dick Carton, News 7 That's Life: "Gloria Dickson Does Her Thing," Robert Morse, E. J. Peaker, Tony Randall, Chita Rivera, Rodney Dangerfield. Gloria searches for her own identidy, and finds it acting with a little theatre group. 9 "Marshal Dillon 11 George Putnam, News 13 That Show, Joan Rivers, Pat Cooper 28 'Black Peispuctive: "Lawrence Schulncr," !0:30 9 Movie: "Mondo Cane" (Ital.-'63). Documentary 13 Bill Johns, News 28 Gov. Reagan News Conference (tape) 11:00 P.M. 2 11 o'clock Report 4 Tom Brokaw, News 5 *Alfred Hitchcock "Woman Who Wanted to Live," Lola Albright 7 Bill Bonds, News 11 Liars Club. Rod Serling 13 "Movie: "Blackout," Maxwell Reed (Br.-'50) 11:30 2 The President in London. Review of Nixon's second day there. 4 Tonight, Johnny Carson, Jerry Lewis, James Garner, Mel Torme, Susannah York 5 'Movie: "The Law vs. Billy the Kid," Scott Brady ('54) 7 Joey Bishop Show, Edward G. Robinson, Sarah Vaughan, Harry James, Sidney Skolsky (discussing Oscars) 11 ' I Love Lucy, L. Ball 12 MIDNIGHT 2 v Mnvic: "Beware, My Lovely," Robert Ryan, Ida Lupino ('52) 11 *77 Sunset Strip 12:20 9 "'Movie: "Dangerous Passage," Robert Lowcry ('44) 12:30 13 'Movie: "Confirm or Deny," Don Ameche 1:00 A.M. 4 KNBC Newservice 5 Community Bulletins 7 The Late Report ] I From the Inside--Out 1:30 11 "Movies: "Lisbon Story," "Yellow Tomahawk" and "Assigned to Danger" 1:45 2 *Movie: "The Strip," Mickey Rooney ('51) As a commercial broadcasting concern, however, the station, owned by a group of Los Angeles area people has not felt financially comfortable. The station recently announced a drive for 6000 subscribers who would donate $25 each to keep the station in its current format. "Subscriptions h a v e beon coming in," said Frederick D. Custer, station manager, "and we'll decide in two or three weeks whether we have onough viewer support to continue the present format." In any event, KWHY owners are not giving up their license. If support isn't forthcoming for con- t i n u i n g the present format, the station w i l l switch to a more general type of programming, although il will continue to stress business and financial news. " D E A D L O C K E D " a movie for TV aired on Ch. 4 Friday night dealt with race and riot and my experience with this material on the air hasn't led me to look forward to viewing with any great anticipation that I would be enlightened. I watched "Deadlock," the pilot for a new show next season, "The Now People," which will be shown at 10 p.m. Sunday nights. It will alternate with two other shows, one dealing with law and lawyers and the other with medicine and doctors. The series will star Hari Rhodes and Leslie Nielsen who play respectively a Negro deputy district attorney and a white police lieutenant. The plot was not particularly auspicious. The Kf?. Ti» ttiter . :i-lf problems and the reactions of principals in the drama follows the usual TV formula. Rhodes and Nielsen snarl at each other, but at the same time they have this basic respect for each other that makes them look with yearning for a better relationship. So far so good, and maybe now that they've snarled at each other they will gel along in the regular series -- in keeping with one of the "new" concepts in marriage counselling: "The family that fights together sticks together." BASICALLY, what I found disappointing about the show was that the pretext for a potential riot seemed an over-reaction of Ihe script writers. The murder (if a w h i l e newspaperman in a "ghetto" is cause enough for police action. II is h a r d I y a cause for sending armies of police cars and motorcycle squads screaming into the district. Even the most ardent exponent of "law and order" would have to a d m i t t h i s was carrying things to the ridiculous. But I wouldn't want to just write "Deadlock" off. There was some consideration given to one aspect of the ghetto problem that hasn't been as fully explored as it might on TV. Thai's the power struggle going on among the black people themselves. There was something of this touched on in the show. And il was well acted. I wonder a b i t , though, at the philosophy expressed by the D.A. who attempts to talk a m i l i t a n t out of r i o t i n g by pointing out In him that you can TOP 3 VIETWING- 9:30 P.M.--THE EXPERIMENT. CBS Playhouse original drama about youth and business with Barry Sullivan, John Astin, Rosemary Murphy, Tisha Sterling, Hazel Scott, Richard Mulligan, M. K. Douglas, Janet MacLachlan, Max Julien, Susan Strasberg, John Hoyt; Ch. 2. admire a bull for charging against a locomotive, but the results are a foregone conclusion. The figure of speech is colorful enough and, in itself true, but it sticks in my craw as one of those sophistries that somehow ignore the central problem of action. 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