Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 6, 1976 · Page 33
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 33

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Saturday, March 6, 1976
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TV film fare Tonight's 5:00 (6) SATURDAY EARLY CINEMA - "Naked Prey" -- Starring Cornell Wilde. A while hunter and his party are captured by a primitive Iribe, and are all tortured and killed except the white hunter. He is then set free, naked and weaponless, to be tracked down by the tribe's besl warrioi'S. 7:00 (4) SATURDAY FILM CLASSIC - "Red River" (1952) -- John Wayne and Montgomery Clift. The story of a cattle baron who makes the first cattle drive over the now-famous Chisholm Trail, past the Red River, into Missouri. The Idaho Free Press i The News-Tribune, Saturday, March 6,1976--B-5 and Stanley Baker. The brother of the queen of the twin cities Sodom and Gomorrah is nursed back to health by Lot's daughter. 7:15 (2) ALL STAR THEATRE -- "Search" -- Starring Hugh O'Svian, Elke Sommer and Sir John Gielgud. A space age detective investigates the disappearance of a gem collection valued at 22 million dollars. 8:00 N B C S A T U R D A Y NIGHT AT THE MOVIES "Young Billy Young" -Starring Angie Dickinson, Robert Mitchum anil Robert Walker. A young man falsely accused of homicide returns to (he town where it happened to clear his name and finds the deputy marshal- designate struggling to fight entrenched corruption. 10:00 (6) HOLLYWOOD'S BEST -- "Sodom and Gomorrah" -- Starring Steward Granger 10:20 (2) MOVIETIMK - "Old Fashioned Way" -- Starring W . C . Fields anil Baby LeHoy. Just two jumps ahead of the sheriff and weeks behind in pay, the M c G o n i g l e R c p e r a V o r y Company travels through the nation's small towns. AND IM GOING TO PATRICK HENRY I'M GOING TO BE BETSY ROSS IN OUR SCHOOL PLAY AND JOE WILL BE THOMAS JEFFERSON WHO WILL BE GEORGE WASHING-TON HE5 PRACTICING THROWING DOLLARS ACROSS /W, THE RIVER

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