Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper by by Ancestry
The Paducah Sun from Paducah, Kentucky • Page 29
A Publisher Extra® Newspaper

The Paducah Sun from Paducah, Kentucky • Page 29

The Paducah Suni
Paducah, Kentucky
Issue Date:

PAGE 3 TVSECTION PADUCAH, KY. 0 Wednesday Evening March 26 A I I (3) (2) Wednesday Movie of the Week. "The Girl Most Likely To An ugly duckling, dreaming hopelessly of love, becomes beautiful after plastic surgery and re-enters the lives of the men who made her miserable to gain her revenge. Ed Asner and Joe Flynn star. (21) Behind the Lines. 8:00 P.M. (6) (4) Lucas Tanner. A difference of opinion between a student and his instructor erupts into classroom turbulence. (21) Theater In America. "King Lear." This production of Shakespeare's masterpiece -of filial love features James Earl Jones. 9:00 P.M. (12) (5) Tony Orlando and Da wn Easter Show. (3) Get Christie Love. Christie and Gallagher cope with the latter's elderly uncle Fin-negan, who endangers their lives by meddling in an industrial robbery investigation. (2) Oral Roberts. (29) Weather. (6) (4) The Law. Judd Hirsch, as attorney Murray Stone, finds himself in a delicate legal area when a client, who demands prosecution of the man who raped her, turns out to be an admitted prostitute. 9:05 PiU. (29) PTLClub. 10:00 P.M. (3) (4) (5) (6) (12) Weather and Sports. (6) Nashville Music. (12) Price Is Right. (5) To Tell the Truth. (3) News. (2) Name That Tune. (21) Human Relations and School Discipline. 29 77 Sunset Strip. (3) (2) That's My Mama. Clif-, ton's romance with Stephanie, a former love, is threatened to be broken up by her former boyfriend. (21) Arabs and Israelis. (6) (4) Little House on the Prairie. Despite assurances from their father, Laura and Mary, worry as they prepare, for the first time in their lives, to go to school. (12) (5) It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown. As Charlie and his friends busy themselves with colored eggs and candy baskets, Linus protests that they're wasting their time, "because the Easter Beagle does all that." 7:30 P.M. (12) (5) The Easter Promise. The story revolves around the Mills family 12-year-old Addie, her devoted grandmother and her sour widowed father and their life in a small Nebraska town in the 1940s. James Robards and Lisa Lucas star. (29) Mike Douglas Show. Ed Ames, Marty Allen and former Mouseketeer Darlene Valentine are among the guests of Mike and cohost Tony Randall. T1 i JEAN SIMMONS, as a Broadway actress who hag fallen on bitter days, gets friendship and comfort from young Lisa Lucas, as Addie Mills, in "The Easter Promise," drama special to be seen Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. on Channels 12 and 5. Friday Evening March 28 Thursday Evening (2) Movie. "Hammerhead." British security borrows an American- secret agent to aid in capturing a master criminal wh is suspected of planning to steal some secret reports of a foolproof nuclear defense system. Vince Edwards stars. 10:30 P.M. (12) Movie. "Gold of the Seven Saints." Two men ride across the badlands toward the frontier town of Seven Saints, fighting the desert, bandits and the guardian of a beautiful senorita, only to accidentally lose the gold in the river rapids. Roger Moore and Clint Walker star. (6) (4 Tonight Show. (5) Ironside. (3) Wide World Special. David Frost hosts the show, which centers around the premiere of the movie "Tommy." 11:05 P.M. (29) Movie. "Saloon Bar," starring Gordon Harker and Elizabeth Allen. London pub customer, convicted of murder, is saved by his fiancee. 11:30 P.M. (5) Movie. 12:00 Midnight (6) (4) Tomorrow Show. Four noted magicians Mark Wilson, Walter Gibson, Dai Vernon and Diana demonstrate illusions. (3) Late News. 12:30 A.M. (12) Late News. March 27 out a scheme of revenge from the sidelines. (5) Ironsides. 11:05 P.M. (29) Movie. "What's Up Tiger lily?" International plot to steal the recipe for the best egg salad in the world finds superspies as well as seductive beauties involved. Woody Allen stars. 11:30 P.M. (5) Movie. 12:00 Midnight (3) Late News. (6) (4 )Tomorrow Show. 12:30 A.M. (12) Late News. VIOLINISTS PLAY ON KREISLER BIRTHDAY BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Twenty-seven advanced violin students who study with Josef Gingold at Indiana University performed in unison at a concert here observing the centenary of the violinist and composer, Fritz Kreisler. They played Kreisler 's "Praeludium and Allegro." .7 Prof. Gingold played the first violin part in a performance of Kreisler 's only string quartet, composed in 1919, with Eva Janzer, cello, Yuval Yaron, second violin, and Chihiro Kudo, viola. Part of a famous recording by Kreisler and Rachmaninoff of Schubert's "Duo in A Major" was played. The rest of the program was devoted to solo performances of best-loved Kreisler pieces, including "Caprice Viennois," "La Gitana," "Re-citativo and Scherzo Caprice" and "Tambour in Kreisler, who died in 1962, was born Feb. 2, 1875, in Vienna. He became famous as a child and later was one of the most popular artists who has ever lived. 6:30 P.M. (12) Treasure Hunt. (5) To Tell the Truth. (6) (2) Holly wood Squares. (3) News. (21) Ky.GED Series. (29) 77 Sunset Strip. (6) (4) SanfordandSon. (3) (2) The Night Stalker. (21) Washington In (12) (5) Friday Comedy Special. 7:30 P.M. (29) Mike Douglas Show. Les Brown, Bob Hope and Fran Jeffries are guests of cohost Tony Randall and Mike: (6) (4) Chico and the Man. (12) (5)-We'll Get By. George's great job opportunity, involving a transfer to Atlanta, gets a grim reception from the kids even though the warmer climate eliminates such chores as shoveling snow off the sidewalk. (21) Wall Street Week. 12) (5 Friday Night Movie. (6) (4) Friday Night at the Movies. Part one of "The Greatest Story Ever Told," starring Mar Von Sydow as Christ. The movie details Christ's mission on earth and the events leading to the Crucifixion. (3) (2)-HotL Baltimore. (21 Great Performance. 8:30 P.M. (3) (2) The Odd Couple. In order to cover a $500 gambling loss, Oscar tricks Felix and his society type band into playing a free gig. 9:00 P.M. (3) (2) Baretta. (29) Weather. 9:05 PM. (29) PTLClub. (12) (5) Stat. Frank Converse and Michael Delano star in the medical drama set in the emergency room of a major urban hospital. The story tells of two young doctors who work under extreme pressure to treat injuries and save lives. (3) (4) (5) (6) (12) News, Weather and Sports. (2) Movie, "Seconds," starring Rock Hudson and Salome Jens. A middle-aged banker gets a second chance at youth, with horrifying results. 10:30 P.M. (3) In Concert. The show, from Nashville, will feature Tammy Wynette and Conway Twitty. (5) Ironside. (6) (4) Tonight Show. (21) News. (12) Movie. "Quo Vadis," starring Robert Taylor and Deborah Kerr. 11:05 P.M. (29) Movie. "Crosby Case." Doctor's mistress and her former sweetheart are the police's prime suspects when he is found dead. The sweethearts resume their old relationship and together they find the real killer, Wynne Gibson stars. 11:30 P.M. (5 Movie. 12:00 Midnight (6) (4) Midnight Special. 1 12:30 A.M. (12) Late News. (3) Movie. "Sweethearts." Musical comedy team, kept apart by their manager's ruse, finally get together in a Broadway show Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy star. Funny phone sequence During filming of the last scene of the season on "Harry David Janssen, who stars as private Detective Harry Orwell picked up the phone to call the stood there and uttered nary a word. Director Richard 71 finally called; "cSr SdES asked Janssen the reason foi the long silence. "Dick," JaWn repliedeadpan, "ha've yoTever toed getting an outside lAv" these studio phones?" (3) News. (2)-Sale of the Century. (6) Porter Wagoner Show. (12) Wild World of Animals. (5) To Tell the Truth. (29 77 Sunset Strip. (21) Career Education. 7:00 P.M. (6) (4) Sunshine. When Jill is chosen to be a maple tree in a school play, Sam is elected to make a costume for her. (12) (5) The Waltons. John-Boy's first day in college turns out to be the most hectic in his life as everything goes wrong. (21) Bill Moyers' Journal. (3) (2) Barney Miller. 7:30 P.M. (3) (2) Karen. Karen is forced to stay home because of a cold and finds out who her real friends are. (6) (4) Bob Crane Show. Bob's home life and school atmosphere frost over when two of his classmates fall in love with his visiting sister-in-law (29) Mike Douglas Show. Bob Hope, Valerie Perrin and Kitty Bruce, Lenny Brace's daughter, are guests of Mike and cohost Tony Randall. (21) Japanese Film. (12) (5) Perry Como Springtime Special. Olivia NewtonJohn, the Pat Boone family and Bob Newhart are Perry's guests. (3) (2) Streets of San Francisco. Mike and Steve race against the clock in an attempt to thwart the attempts of an assassin who disguises himself as a nun to carry out his mission to execute a Chinese delegate. (6) (4) Mac Davis Show. Mac's guests are Tennessee Ernie Ford, Gabe Kaplan and Helen Reddy. (29) Weather. (12) (5) The Legendary Curse of the Hope Diamond. Samantha Eggar and Bradford Dillman star in the dramatization of the history of the Hope diamond, and the bizarre, tragic events which befall of its former owners. (3) (2) Harry O. An emotionally disturbed boy turns to Harry for help when he is framed on a murder charge. (6) (4) Petrocelli. 9:05 P.M. (29) PTLClub. 10:00 P.M. (3) (4) (5) (6) (12)-News, Weather and Sports. (2) Movie. "Dark City." Social misfit, after an unfortunate romantic experience during the war, turns to gambling. Finds himself assassin's target after gambling victim commits suicide. Charlton Heston stars. 10:30 P.M. (6) (4) Tonight Show. (21) News. (3) Wide World Special. "Geraldo Good Night America. (12) Movie. "Someone Behind the Door," starring Charles Bronson and Anthony Perkins. A -neuropsychiatrist finds himself in complete control of the mind of an amnesiac murderer and decides to use his power to carry Speaks Serbian fluently Karl Maiden, starring as Detective Lt. Mike Stone on "The Streets of San Francisco," Thursdays, speaks fluent Serbian. His father came from Serbia and his mother from Bohemia. The Academy Award-winning star did not learn how to speak English until he attended kindergarten in Gary, Indiana.

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Paducah Sun
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

About The Paducah Sun Archive

Pages Available:
Years Available: