Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 19, 1974 · Page 92
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 92

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 19, 1974
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MAY 25 CHARLESTON WCHS-TV CBS HUNTINGTON WSAZ-TV NBC HUNTINGTON WHTN-TV · ABC OAK HILL WOAV-TV ABC BLUEFIELD AHIS-Tv NBC ROANOKE VVDJB-TV CBS ROANOKE WSLS-TV NBC CLARKSBURG WBOV-TV NBC I PARKEKSBURG I WTAP-TV I NBC HUNTINGTON WWUL-TV PBS-EEN GRANOVIEW WSWP-TV PBS-EEN Morning 6:30© Now O TV Classroom QD Kentucky Afield . 7:00 (TO) Insight Q Treehouse Club (B In Touch 7:30O Saturday Report © Uncle Hank (TO) Lidsville © RFD 12 O Speed Buggy CD Cartoons (B Osmonds 8:00 O © 831 © Lidsville 0) Vision On O CD Hair Bear Bunch (B ® Bugs Bunny 8:30 O © 3® © © Addams Family O CD Sabrina (B GD Yogi's Gang S) Misterogers 9:00 © ® 3® © © Emergency plus Four O CD Scooby Do (B ® Super Friends CD Sesame Street 9:30 O © 8® © © Inch High Private Eye 10:00©® 3®©© Sigmund Sea Monsters ©CD My Favorite Martians B® Lassie's Rescue Rangers ® Electric Co. 10:30 O ® © © © Pink Panther 0 CD Jeanie (B® Goober Ghost Chasers OB Misterogers 11:000® 3 ® © © Star Trek CD Speed Buggy O Abbott Costello (B ® Brady Kids CD Sesame Street 11:30 ® 538 © 3D Butch Cassidy O CD Josie 09 ® Mission Magic Afternoon 12:00 O ® 3® © © Jetsons O CD Pebbles Bam Bam (B ® Superstar Movie ® Electric Co. . 12:30 O ® 01 ©© Go O (D Fat Albert ® Sesame Street 1:000 Banana Splits · ® Roller Games 3® Wrestling © Good News © Western Theater O CD Children's Theater (B ® Action(74 1:30O Greatest Sports Legends © Modern TV GD Electric Co. 2:00 O ® 3® © © Major League Baseball Q Viewpoint CD "Three Guns for Texas" (B Indy Festival ® "The Young Don't Cry- CD Zoom . ·2:300 Arthur Smith 16s CHARLESTON ,'W. © Electric Company 3:000 TBA ® Hodgepodge Lodge 3:30 CD "Evil of Frankenstein" ® "Seminole Uprising" © Gilbert Sullivan 4:000 Golf © Wildlife Theater (B Anything You Can Do 4:30 (B Survival © French Chef W Lennox Quartet 5:00 O 81) Family Circle Tennis ® ®) Memphis Open (BCD ©Wide World of Sports 0 Wrestling CD Great Mysteries © Bit With Knit ® Pacem In Terris 5:30 CD Other People, Other Places Let's Garden Evening 6:00OS)O(D Local news - O) Porter Wagoner © Look At the Book © Yoga You ® Festival of Dance 6:30 O ® 35) ©CD Net work News 0 Uncle Willie (B Reasoner Report ® Rock Concert ©Zoom 7:00 O Thrillseekers ® © 0 CD Hee Haw S® Wait Till Your Father Gets Home © QD Lawrence Welk - © Catch 33 CD Book Beat 7:30 © TBA O Bobby Goldsboro © Course of Our Times CD Washington Connection 8:00 O © 3® 83) 3D Emergency 0 CD All In the Family (B © Partridge Family © Book Beat OB Nova 8:300 CD MASH (B © Movie ©Nova 9:00 0 CD Mary Tyler Moore O © 3® 82) © "In the Heat of the Night" CD David Susskind 9:30 0 CD Bob Newhart © Toy That Grew Up 10:00 0 CD Carol Burnett (B © Owen Marshall 10:30 © Day at Night 11:00© Network News 0 CD Local news, weather, sports ® Wrestling 11:15 IB Local news, weather sports 11:30©®3® 82) Local news, weather, sports 0 "Dear Heart" CD "Back Street" (B "Blood and Lace" "The Man Who Reclaimed His Head" © Midnight Special 11:45 © "Harem Girl 12:00 © Network News O "Trial Run" ® Midnight Special 3® Movie 12:15 © "Walk East on Beacon" "THREE GUNS FOR TEXAS," (1965) "Vz, 2 p. m., CD with Neville Brand and Martin Milner. Three episodes of the TV series "Laredo" have been strung together and the result is a fairly amusing Western- comedy. Shelley Morrison is very good as a homely Indian maiden who falls madly in love with Texas Ranger Bill Smith and her devoted pursuit supplies laughs. »· "THE YOUNG DON'T CRY," (1957) **, 2 p. m., © with Sal Mineo and James Whitmore. Confused melodrama about a badly run Georgia orphanage and one teenager in particular who gets involved with an escaped convict. Over acted. SEMINOLE UPRISING," (1955) **, 3:30 p.m., ©with Montgomery and Karen Booth. The cavalry, naturally, emerges victorious over the Seminole Indians in this commonplace-Western. »· "EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN," (1964) ·», 3:30 p. m., CD with Peter Cushing and Peter Woodthorpe. Baron Frankenstein returns to his castle, finds his homemade creature encased in ice, and starts in all over again. Not only the monster, but also the Frankenstein series of horror thrillers seem indestructible; but seriously, it's time to put them to rest. i* "DYING ROOM ONLY," 8:30 p. m., (B © with Cloris Leachman and Ross Martin. »· "IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT," (1967) **»·, 9 p. m., O CD 35) (5) © with Sid- ney Poitier and Rod Steiger. Exciting, superbly acted and directed film about prejudice, manners and morals in a small Mississippi town. Poitier, portraying a Philadelphia detective who becomes accidentally involved in trying to solve a murder case, teams with Steiger to create one of the most fascinating duels of wits the screen has offered in a long time. Steiger won a richly deserved Academy Award, as did Stirling Silliphant's adaptation of the novel by John Ball. A first rate film in all respects. *· "DEAR HEART," (1965) ***, 11:30 p. m., 0 with Glenn Ford and Geraldine Page. This is the type of sen- timenal romance which' earns the label of heart w a r m i n g w i t h o u t even trying too hard. Ford is" a salesman who meets and woos spinster postmistress Geraldine Page in New York City during a convention. There's more gushing sentiment than need be, but the good cast keeps things in control. »· "BLOOD AND LACE," 11:30 p. m., (B with Gloria Graham. "BACK STREET," (1961) **, 11:30 p. m., CD with Susan Hayward and John Gavin. Third- version of Fannie Hurst's tearful tale of love on the sly, somewhat modernized, but still the old plot about a woman sacrifcing all for the love of a married man. Ladies will find the Ross Hunter production dress exquisite, but the film itself is a big yawn, not up to the standards of the previous versions. "HAREM GIRL," (1952) *Vz, 11:45 p. m., 32) with Joan Davis and Peggy Castle. Typical Davis comedy set in an Arabian Nights locale slapstick. *· "UP THE DOWNSTAIR- CASE," (1967)****, 12 mid., 3® with Sandy Dennis and Patrick Redford. Bel Kaufman's perceptive best selling novel about the experiences of a young teacher in a New York high school is transferred to the screen with taste and skill by director Robert Mulligan and writer Tad Mosel. Sandy Dennis has never been better and she's very moving, indeed. She's the dedicated teacher who overcomes the bureucracy of high school administrators, and a series of problems with 5 her students. The best film about American schools in years. · "TRIAL RUN," (1968) **Vz, 12 mid., O with James Franciscus and Diane Baker. Another slick made-for- TV feature film with the climaxes conveniently con- structd to fit the commercial breaks. However, Leslie Nielsen's expert performance as a self-made successful attorney with a troubled personal life, makes this one better than most. "WALK EAST ON BEACON," (1952) *·%; 12:15 a. m., ® with George Murphy and Virginia Gilmore. British made drama with a standard plot of intrigue in London. Stars tryiheir best to rise above the material. *· . .'·-" "THE MAN WHO RECLAIMED HIS HEAD," 1 a. m., (B with Claude Raines. Cronkite cameo guest ALL IN THE FAMILY. (Repeat.) Irene Lorenzo challenges Archie to a game VA. Dick Clark. Deb-E Chaffin. Alma Bojorquez. Tanya Edwards, and Pam Distefano are featured on "Action '74." 1 p.m.. Saturday. Mav25 on ABC TV. of pool at Kelsey's- Tavern. A r c h i e bets his money against her and is supremely confident of the outcome of the game until Frank Lorenzo claims to have put a Sicilian curse on him. 8 p.m. CBS. 0 CD »- PARTRIDGE FAMILY. . (Repeat.) "Maid in San Pueblo." A battle between Shirley's parents results in her mother seeking a job -as Shirley's maid. Rosemary DeCamp and Jackie Coogan guest star. 8 p.m. ABC. (B® - »· MASH. (Repeat.) Hawkeye and Trapper John are rewarded with an expenses- paid weekend spree at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo after operating successfully on a general's son. Upon their return, they find that the general has presented the MASH unit with an officer's club, which disturbs Hawkeye's and Trapper's democratic ideals. 8:30 p.m. CBS. - 0CD - »· MARY TYLER MOORE. (Repeat.) Ted Baxter always dreams that some day he'll meet his idol, Walter Cronkite, and the meeting would lead to his own fame and fortune in New .York. Ted does meet Cronkite -- but the occasion is not as suspicious in r e a l i t y as it is in Ted's dream, Cronkite makes a brief guest appearance.on the show. 9 p.m. CBS?©CD OWEN MARSHALL. (Repeat.) "The Sin of Susan Gentry." Owen is confronted with a case of archaic justice when a young girl is committed to a mental hospital for being promiscuous. Elayne Heilveil and Mark Jenkins guest star. 10 p.m. ABC. CD © FREE CA5E100Z. RCCOLA Summer Special PICNIC i COOLER Mav

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