Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 18, 1976 · Page 77
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July 18, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 77

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July 18 HUNTINGTON WSAZ-TV NBC ^CHARLESTON I WCHS-TV ' CBS .HUNTINGTON I WOWK-TV ' ABC CLARKSBURG WBOY-TV NBC PARKERSBURG WTAP-TV NBC , HUNTINGTON \ WMUL-TV ' PBS-EEN GRANDVIEW WSWP-TV PBS-EEN Morning 6:30 © Jubilee O Viewpoint CD Forum 7:00 O Closeup ® Ernest Angley O Talking Hands ® Jerry Falwell 7:30f Life © Christian Viewpoint O Jerry Falwell CD Human Dimension CD Bible Class 8:00 f) Mormon Choir © What the Bible Says O) Jerry Falwell CD Life CD Rev. Click ® Leonard Adkins 8:30 O Oral Roberts ® Gospel Sing © Rev. Repass © Open Bible O Discovery CD Friends of Man CD Rex Humbard ® Rev. Repass W Sesame Street 9:OOO Jubilee © Oral Roberts 3® Gospel Sing IS) Gospel Party © Across the Fence O Leonard Repass CD Archie 9:30 © Leonard Repass 0® Church © Discovery © Insight O What the Bible Says CD Globetrotters CD Christ is the Answer ® Deliverance CB Blue Marble 10:00 O Jim Franklin * © S® Discovery © Viola Hosey © Faith O Christian Center CD Oral Roberts CD Jimmy Swaggart ® Revival O Electric Company 10:30 O Blue Marble ® Rex Humbard 3® Revival © Gospel Light ©Life 0 Rev. Schuler CD It Is Written QD Newsmaker ® Goolies CB Hodgepodge Lodge 11:00 O Vegetable Soup S® Jubilee ' © © O Rex Humbard CD Assignment CD Rev. Mahan 3) Days CB Sesame Street 11:30O Chapel CD Fishing fl® Church CD People to People CD Rev. Evans ® Make a Wish Sm CHARLESTON. W.VA. Afternoon 12:00 O At Issue ® Viola Clark 3® Insight · IS) Testimony © A Happy Place O CD Face the Nation CD Lower Lighthouse ® Rex Humbard CB China 12:30 O © Qffi © © Meet the Press O Thinking in the Black CD "Sorry, Wrong Number" CD World of Tomorrow 1:OOO Antiques ©Film IS) TEA © Faith © Wrestling Q Virgil Ward ID Town Topics ® Victory O Bill Moyers CD Washington Week 1:30 O Reds vs. Pirates ® Adventure © "Safe At Home" O NFL Action CB Issues Answers ® 700 Club CB Wall Street 2:00 O "Forum" © TEA CD Medix Onedin Line CB Goodbye, America 2:30© Bowling Capitol · - -..-....» ·.."..·.-· ..··'.·..-·. SUNDAY Morning 10:00 "Common Touch" (Greta Gynt -- Joyce Howard 1947) 11:30 "Command Performance" (Arthur Tracy -- Lilli Palmer 1931) Noon 1:30 "Shocking Miss Pilgrim (Betty Grable-Dick Haymes 1947) 3:00 "The Cobra Strikes" (Shelia Ryan-Leslie Brooks 1943) 4:30 "Come On Leathernecks" (Leon Ames-Marsha Hunt 1938) Evening 6:00 Christian Network (D "Arrivederci, Baby" CD NFL Action 3:00 (3) CD (B Olympics 0 Patsy Awards 9 Rivals of Sherlock Holmes 3:30 (!® Spirit of '76 ® Saint OTBA CB Musical Masterpieces 4:00 O Green Acres d® Macaroni O CD Westchester Classic ® Let's Garden CD Mister Rogers 4:30 O "Shenandoah" © NFL Action French Chef CB Sesame Street 5:00 © © Religious Special 0® Sports Challenge 8 Inner Tennis ' 5:30O)NFLAction O Guppies to Groupers CB Washington Evening 6:00 ® Dragnet 8® Homer Formby . © Yugoslavia © Workshop O Sports Challenge CD World of Animals CD Championship of Magic ® Issues and Answers Wall Street Week CB Consumer Survival 6:30 O © 3® © © CD Local News O Special Report a CB World Press" ffl Medics 7:00 O ® 3® © ® World of Disney O CD Post Convention CD ® Olympics ® Onedin Line CB Cities at War 8:00 O © Q® © © Ellery Queen 0CD Sonny and Cher (9 CB Evening at Pops 9:00 O CD Kojak O ® 5® © © McCloud CD CD "In Harm's Way" ® CB Masterpiece Theater 10:000 Bronk CD Candid Camera 09 CB Great Performances 10:30 CD Assignment · ll:00fl®l!®©©0 Local News CD Network News © Picadilly Circus 11:15'® Rock Concert O Network News CD This Week 11:30O Star Trek ® Moments of Inspiration 5® Sports Special © "Ride Beyond Vengeance" O "Under Two Flags" CD Virginian 12:00 S3 Janaki 12:30 CD® News 12:45 ® Rev. Repass 1:00 CD Ironside 1:15® Prayer Robert Merrill and Roberta Peters in a scene from "Evening at the Pops," 8 p.m., today on channel 9. "SORRY, WRONG NUMBER,"(1948) *** = with Barbara Stanwyck and Burt Lancaster. Bedridden woman overhears a plot to murder her, frantically tries to summon help. Classic suspense radio show loses something on film, the effort to stretch things to the limit going too far. 12:30 p.m., CD. "THE SHOCKING MISS PILGRAM," (1947 'Vz, with Betty Grable and Dick Haymes. Tedious bore about women's suffrage and the first lady secretary set in 1874 Boston. 1:30 p.m., cable channel 10. "SAFE AT HOME," (1962) **, with Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. Little Leaguer runs away to the Yankee spring-training camp to try to get Mantle and Maris to attend a banquet. Thin baseball story might get by with the youngsters. 1:30 p.m., channel (5). "ARRIVEDERCI, BABY," (1966) ***, with Tony Curtis and Rosanna Scliiaffino. An amusing comedy about a money-hungry young man who keeps discarding guardians and wives for their fortunes. He meets his match in the widow of a nobleman, and their stormy marriage provides many laughs. 2:30 p.m., CD. "SHENANDOAH," (1965) **'/ 2 , with James Stewart and Glenn Corbett. Family entertainment with Stewart playing the head of a household torn apart by the Civil War, and giving one of his best performances. 4:30 p.m., O. "IN HARM'S WAY," (1965) **%, Big stars John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, Henry Fonda, Patricia Neal, and Tom Tyron fail to register a strong impact in this WWII drama. . There are too many subplots and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor merely serves as a back drop to the love stories of the principals. 9 p.m., CD®. "RIDE BEYOND VENGEANCE," (1966) **, with Chuck Connors and Michael Rennie. Familiar Western drama told in flashback by a saloon keeper. Connors returns to his home after getting a stake and is robbed and branded by a band of outlaws. 11:30 p.m.,©. "UNDER TWO FLAGS," (1936) **'/2, with Ronald Coleman and Claudette Colbet. Creaky, perennial story of love and adventure in the Foreign Legion gets new life in this film, but still falls short of top notch entertainment. 11:30 p.m., O. 18. 1976. Sunday Gazette-Mail

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