Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 15, 1975 · Page 36
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The Idaho Free Press The News-Tribune, Saturday, February 15,1975- B-l WEDNESDAY'S TV Ch. 2 KBCI(CBS) 6:30 7:30 8:30 9;30 10:30 11:30 17:30 Rt.illv Hum- Cannon ens L d h fj»u,i t '"""^ Hl - lt ""'l ·* Ch.4 K AID (PBS) Electric Cfimpanv Fhcjrn- m America Ch. 6 KIVI(ABC) Hiqh C h j p a r r d l Wednesday NigTil Movie Gel ChnsNt Lo*c Corr.bai Ch KTVB .7 (JBC) Lucas Tanner Pflrocelli Ncwsbeat f Ihc Tomyhl Show THURSDAY'S TV Ch. 2 KICK CIS) 6 : 3 0 7:30 1:30 9;30 10 30 11:30 11:30 The WaMon* The FBI Story CB5 Life Movie Morn.n, H,.dl.n« Ch.4 K AID (PIS) Idaho WitdlMe Bill Movers R c p s r l Thr Japanese F i m Ch. 6 KIVI(ABC) High Chaparral Barney Mil'e SUeeli, ol S F Harry O Combit Good News Ch KTVB .7 (NBC) The Mac Davn Show A (Cher * iiornirJo Nrwibear 1 The Tcmghi show Tomorrow | Program Highlights | Program Highlights WEDNESDAY 7:00 (2) THE WALTONS"The Song" T (III M i IDAHO WILDLIFE This series is produced in cooperation with the Idaho Fisliand Game Department. 7::U) i 4 » C O N S U M E R SURVIVAL KIT - "Fat Chance: A Look al Weight Control" A m e r i c a n s a r e spending over Sl.OtW.000 per hour to gel skinny. Symlee Harden reports on the pros and cons of health sp;is; Hob Smith explores dieting; host Lurry L e w tn a n i n t r o d u c e s liehavinr modification; Fran Johnson explains this week's Survival K i t . «:("' H i B I L L M O V E R S ' .1 0 i: H ,\ A L : I N '. TEUNATIO.NAL REPORT ·-- Emmy Award-winning journalist Hill Movers hosts t h i s new international ;if- fairs scries which features interviews w i t h w o r l d leaders, d i s c u s s i o n s w i t h foreign journalists of world events, and f i l m reports on global issues. K : 0 0 ( 7 ) A R C H E R - W h i l e investigating a claim that u building fire was actually arson. Lew Archer is drawn into a homicide in which he becomes [he prime suspect v in "Shades of Blue." V8:00 (2) THE'F.B.L'.STpRY-r. V.".'Tv%'..F.-p,]v\?rsus . t h e ; K u . THURSDAY Klux Klan" Part 1. Wayne Rogers, Dabney Coleman, Ed Flanders, and Andrew Duggan in a two-part presentation. The f a c t u a l dramatization of the story of civil rights workers murdered in the South. 8:00 (6) STKEETS OF SAN F R A N C I S C O - " A s y l u m " After two mysterious deaths in a menial i n s t i t u l i o n , Inspector Steve Keller has himself committed to the asylum. He uncovers some disturbing facts, but then lias a narrow scrape with death while under the influence of drugs administered to him without his knowledge. 0:00 (4) THE JAPANESE FILM -- " N i g h t D r u m " The conflict between love and a harsh code of honor is the subject of Tadashi Imai's l%a film of 17th century Japan, when adultery was punishable hy death. 5:110 I7( 1 H O N S I D K -- " T h e Q u i n c u n x " A f o l k - s i n g i n g trio into drugs leads Ironside to n search for a missing gir! and a murderer. 9:00 (6) HARRY 0-"Lester" A college student is accused of two sexually oriented rpurders. SHOW-Johnny, w)lT . b e ; visiting with Lily Tomlin and others. 10:35 (2) CBS LATE MOVIE-"Beg Borrow or Steal" with Mike Connors, Michael Cole. BUY VINEYARD HOLLYWOOD · UPI)~Peter Falk and James Caan have purchased a 500-acre vineyard near Paso Robles, Calif. ON LOCATION HOLLYWOOD (UPl)--French director Francois Truffaut will film "The Story of Adele H." on location on the isle of Guernsey with tsabelle Adjani and Bruce Robinson starring. DEWOLFE'S LEGACY HOLLYWOOD (UPI)--The late comic actor Billy DeWolfe left his collection of stage, screen and television memorabilia to the University of Southern California. TVS 'HUSTLING' HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Lee Remick will star in "Hustling," a television film dealing w i t h prostitution in New York City. PRODUCER RAQUEL HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Raqucl Welch will produce and star in "Chu Chu ano\lhe Philly Flash'.' ,ip, conjunction 'with Columbia .Pictures... ; 6:00 (2) DR. SEUSS-"Hoober · Bloob Hiway" New animated special w r i t t e n especially for television by Theodor (Dr. Seuss) Geisel. The Hoober-Bloob is the route all creatures follow when they are f i r s t "dispatched" to earth. 6:30 (2) REALLY ROSIE- With Maurine Sendak's Nutshell Kids. The animated special revolves around an imaginative little dynamo named Rosie, dressed as a movie star, who enchants her young friends into making musical-film screen tests, and the antics bring to l i f e all the f a v o r i t e characters from Maruice Sendak's popular ".Nutshell Library." 7:00 (2) DOHIS DAY TODAY- Music-and-comedy special highlighting the "now" world, starring Doris Day and guest stars Tim Conway, Rich Little, The Lockers and special guest star John Denver. 7:00 (4) CLASSIC F I L M FESTIVAL - "Arsenic and Old Lace" The cast for this movie includes Cary Grant. Josephine Hull. Raymond Massey, and Jean "Adair. Two sweet, but crazy old ladies are consumed by a zany desire to end the existence of lonesome old men. lured into their home and treated with a friendly glass of elderberry wine, liberally spiked with arsenic. There's plenty of fun with corpses in the adaptation of the Broadway hit 1194'D 7:00 (7) LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE-Julia Cobb guest-stars as a mother-to-be who, with Pa, faces mob action by angry farmers when they think her husband has absconded with their seed money. KAIN brings NAMPA -- A touch of radio and American lite of the 40's will unfold Sunday afternoon, Feb. 16th al 1 p.m. when radio station KAIN presents a three-hour musical documentary on the life of band leader Glenn Miller. According to W i l l i a m S. Black, program director of KAIN, the program will feature many interviews with former band members and friends of the Miller family. A visit to the Glenn Miller Ballroom and M u s e u m in Boulder, Colo., will be a h i g h l i g h t of the program. Veteran a n n o u n c e r Ford Roberts will host the special. KAIN manager Brent Larson says that every song Glenn Miller popularized will be included in the program. Much of the conversation in the documentary copters around the'.' events of the 40's, including me war. · · . . . . . . . 7:00 (6) THAT'S MY MAMA-"Trial and Error" Leonard is arrested by police at Foxy Flo's establishment while Tracy is out of town. 7:30 (C) WEDNESDAY MOVli'J OF THE WEEK--'The F a m i l y Nobody W a n t e d " starring Shirley Jones and James Olson. The heartwarming story of a minister and his wife who face many c o m p l i c a t i o n s when they adopt 12 r a c i a l l y - m i x e d children. 8:00 (2) M A N H U N T E R "Death Watch" Dave Barrett seeks the killer who set off an explosion in which his friend was critically hurt, and he learns that a beautiful woman fears the blast was meant for her. 9:00 (2) CANNON--"Missing at FL307" An ex-convict, bound for a reunion with his daughter after 10 years in prison, steps on an airliner in Atlanta but is missing when the plane lands in Los Angeles. 9:00 M) T H E A T R E ?N AMERICA -- "Brother to Dragons" Robert Penn Warren's poetic drama of man's confrontation with the dark side of his nature centered around a bizarre yet little known incident in American history -- will receive i t s television premiere. The T r i n i t y -Square Repertory Company of Providence performs this a d a p t a t i o n of its own production, taped al historic locations in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. 10:35 (2) CBS LATE MOVIE-"Hec Ramsey: The Mystery of the Yellow Rose" with R i c h a r d Boone, Diana Mutdaur. While pursuing a fugitive, Hec Ramsey runs into a woman he loved years ago and learns that she is accused of murder. When the jury finds her guilty and she is sentenced to h a n g , Ramsey comes to her aid. OPEN TILL 9 HR BLOCK KNOWS ABOUT INCOME TAX LET US HELP YOU THIS YEAR! THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE ' « BLOCK NAMPA C A L D W E U «U«D»tS 9 W 9 I ' M S*' S i HO W P O i T U S H ' 1ECIS5"" D o - v n t p w n

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