Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 18, 1976 · Page 20
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 20

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, June 18, 1976
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Wednesday Page 20 Garden City Telegram Friday, June 18,1976 Denver, Colorado' O KWGN (INO) .1 KRMA(ED) Ensign, Kansas O KTVC (CBS) Channels Listed In Proaram Guide Cable 2 Cable 7 Cable 4 Wednesday Evening .June 23, 1976 6:00 All Ch. but O CEO fD News O Jeannle (XI Sociology fB To Tell the Truth 6:30 O Father Knows Best (H Family Affair , O OH 33) News 'OCH) The Jeffersons (E Psychology CD To Tell the truth O Electric Company OD Don Adam's Screen Test (D Name That Tune fB Partridge Family 7:00 Q Andy Griffith (3) to House on the Prairie "RememberMe." Asan incurably ill widow searches for a home for her three children, she is led to the Ingall's farm. O Bobby Vlnton O OD (BBSD The Jacksons OB Contemporary Literature CD (B Blonic Woman O Zoom (H) Movie — "Who Killed the Mysterious Mr. Foster?" Ernest Borgnine. Judy Beeson 7:30 O Adam-12 8 Don Adam's Screen Test 0 03 33)01) Kelly Montelth QD America History O Book Beat 8:00 O Movie —"Broadway Melody of 1940." 8 House on the Prairie (See Ch. GD at 7 p.m.) GODCEKID Cannon QD Firing Line CD SB Baretta O What's Cooking? 8:30 O Martin Agronsky 9:00 3D Hawk O 09 Cffi) Blue Knight (DO Group Portrait (D CD Starsky & Hutch (D Burt Bacharach & Associates OB Movie —"Miracle Worker." Ann Bancroft. Patty Duke (33) Baretta 10:00 All Ch. but OS) O OH 33) News O Hawk CEO Great Performances 33) Starsky & Hutch 10:30 C£fD Tonight Show O (D Cffi) CBS Late Movie "Baron Blood." (I972) Joseph Cotten, Elke Sommer. An evil spirit is unleashed upon an unsuspecting world when a dead man comes to avenge his end. (B Wide World 10:4SQ} 'Bonanza 11:00 O Love, American Style 033)33) News CEO Mozart In Seattle 11:308 Bonanza 8 Tonight Show 33) Bold Ones 11 :35 OJ) CBS Late Movie "Baron Blood." (SeeCh. 8 at lCh30p.m.) 11:45 CD Wide World 12:00(3301 Tomorrow 12:05 (B News 12:308 Night Gallery (33) Movie OD Movie—"The Captive City." '52John Forsythe 1:008 Reflections (3D Devotional 8 Tomorrow (D News 2:008 News 8B Movie —"Pardon My Friend." ' • "52-Paul Henried Garden C«y, Kansas O KGLD(NBC) • Copcland, Kansas CD KUPK (ABC) Cable 10 Cable 12 A Second Season For Mary Hartman Wednesday Programs June 23 7:00 P.M. — NBC LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE — "RememberMe." PatriciaNealguest-stars as an incurably ill widow whose search for a home for her three : cTiildreri'takes her to the Ingall's farm. After herdeath it appears that the children will have to be separated, until Mr. Edwards makes a surprise announcement. 7:00 P.M.-ABC BIONIC WOMAN,—."Deadly Missiles." Jaime Sommers and Steve Austin are reunited to tiy to stop a missile threat that is aimed at Los Angeles — hut the missiles seem to be launched from inside our country. 8:00 P.M.-CBS CANNON — Guest star Nancy Mehta plays a grieving movie star who finds her husband's death dive from the Acapulco cliffs incomprehensible. 8:00 P.M. -ABC BARETTA — "Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth." Tony fights to save his partner's future after the officer is suspended for al• legedly shooting a murder suspect in the back. 9:00 P.M. — CBS BLUE KNIGHT —A dangerous criminal, armed with a stolen anti-tank gun and eager louse it.goes looking for a big score with his reluctant sidekick, as Bumper tries to find them before they can strike. 9:00 P.M. - NBC HAWK — "Ulysses-and the Republic." When a friend. Ulysses Frost is slain by foreign agents. Hawk becomes the heleag- ured man-in-the-middle and is even kidnapped. 9:00 P.M. - ABC STARSKY & HUTCH —"Silence." A cop-killing safecrucker posing as a priest in charge of a halfway house fprex-cons. leads Starsky and Hutch on a wild chase. 10-30 P.M. — CBS CBS LATE MOVIE —"Baron Blood." Public TV Highlights Cable TV Channel 7 Wednesday 9 p.m. GROUP .PORTRAIT. This program portrays the work of four contemporary artists - their ideas, personalities and lifestyles. In documentary vignettes, each artist is shown in a way he or she considers appropriate. 10 p.m. GREAT PERFORMANCES. "Tchaikovsky .Symphony No. 4". Performed by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, under direction of Leonary Bernstein. Cross-Country Race Terminates Happiness "Shok and Sher," a much- acclaimed film from Russia about the love of a. boy for his horse, will be rebroadcast on "The CBS Children's Film Festival," Saturday, June 19 (12 noon-1 p.m., CST) in color on the CBS Television Network. (Originally presented on 9-2-74). The film centers on a young . Russian boy named Sher whose mare dies after giving birth to a chestnut foal. Sher and a young friend raise the colt, name him Shok, and train him for races. When the day of a big cross- country race arrives, Shok and Sher are ready, but during the race Sher falls and breaks his arm. When he later is released from the hospital, his brother picks him up with a new motorcycle. Sher is delighted with the motorcycle until he learns that, in order to buy it, his brother has sold By JAY SHARBUTT AP Television Writer NEW YORK (AP) - It's official now. Producer Norman Lear will offer a second season of his hit "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" satire-andsoap opera series, still selling it on a syndicated, non-network basis. There'd been some question whether his saga of life in Fernwood, Ohio, would return, as the five-show-a- week series had run its first season in the red — $1.2 million worth of red, by one estimate. *•--.•' But Lear, in town this week on business, said the stations buying a second MH season have been so willing to "escalate" the fees they formerly paid for the show Phyllis Oilier Displays Comedienne Versatility Phyllis Diller displays her versatility as a comedienne, singer and pianist, and Charles Nelson Reilly shows that he is just as quick on his feet as he is with his wit when they guest star with Dinah Shore on "Dinah and Her New Best Friends," Saturday, June 19 (9-10 PM, CST) on the CBS Television Network. Joining Miss Shore are her troupe of regulars —Diana Canova, Bruce Kimmel, Gary Mule Deer, Mike Neun, Leland Palmer and Michael Preminger. In addition to her monologue kidding her unique methods of cleaning house, Miss Diller solos wtffi "Before the Parade Passes By" and duets on the piano, playing Bach while Diana Canova sings and plays rock. Charles Nelson Reilly and Leland Palmer sing and dance to "I Love to Dance Like They Used to Dance," then Reilly plays court jester to Michael Preminger's Henry VIII, a king from whom a laugh was hard to get. Retaliation Triumphs Western Adventure David Janssen plays an escaped prisoner who is out to even up some scores but finds himself up against a woman bent on getting revenge, in the western adventure drama, "Macho Callahan," to be . shown for the first time on "The CBS Friday Night Movies," Friday, June 25 (8-10 PM, CST) in color on the CBS Television Network. Also starring in the film are Jean Seberg and Lee J. Cobb, with David Carradine and Diane Ladd in supporting roles. (Originally announced for broadcast at an earlier date.) Callahan escapes from his solitary confinement in a squalid Confederate prison with one thought on his mind. He is determined to settle, accounts with the man he holds responsible for putting him behind bars. He guns the man down in front of his bride, Alexandra, and she sets out to avenge her husband's death. Alexandra enlists the aid of Duffy, and the two try to trap their prey. But Callahan turns the tables when he rescues "Alexandra"from a'wild'bear.' V,.' that the fiscal outlook is rosy indeed. He insisted he didn't know what the series would cost next season. But he 'said the new fees paid by purchasing stations are such that "we're pretty confident we'll make up the losses this year, be able to pay the escalations (higher salaries) of the actors — everyone deserves a raise and every show in television faces that each year — and we also hope to make a profit." He said 45 stations already have signed up for a second "Hartman" season and that another 45 are negotiating to buy, all of them stations that carried the series this season. "And there are new stations coming in, so we think more than 100 stations will be showing the program next fall," he added. He said taping will begin in early August, the showings in early October. Unlike the first season, in which there were 26 weeks of first-run episodes and 13 weeks of reruns, season No. 2 will serve up 39 weeks of new' shows followed by a 13-week repeat cycle, Lear said. He said actress Louise Lasser, 37, the deadpan star of the show, and all the other regulars on this season's .episodes will be back next fall, with some new characters introduced to ease their workload. Miss Lasser, .who made headlines in May when arrested on ' a cocaine possession charge after a disturbance in a Beverly Hills, Calif., boutique, currently is in a six-month, "court-ordered drug diversion program. Diversion is a California drug education program in which' criminal proceedings against first offenders are dropped if they successfully complete the program. Lear, asked whether her arrest and participation in the program will have any effect on the "Hartman" production for next season, said' 'we don't anticipate any problems:" Last question: Any lingering complaints from stations about the occasionally controversial subject matter of this season's shows? "No," Lear promptly replied.-"! think it has passed over that precipice into an area — it seems to us of total acceptability." Sailor Shelter MFA Boatowners Insurance Van G. Ryan 1006 N. Main 275-4566 SMIID Of SMEUU

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