Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 18, 1977 · Page 28
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Pag.28 Garden City Telegram Friday, November 18,1977 Thursday Channels Listed In Proaram Guide tint KM. •*•«•'. C*to. sarim CH», KIR. KUPMABC) CD KRMA (PBS) mmn w O KWGN (ND) M* KGLD Wl Thursday Evening November 24, 1977 Emif*. KM. O KTVC (CBS) — SPECIALS — 7:00 o Yabba Dabba Doo! 9:00 CD The Beatles Forever 6:00 All Ch. but OCB News O Lucy CB Misterogers' C0 To Tell the Truth 6:30 e Andy Griffith CD Adam-12 O F-Troop OD Electric Company CD Liar's Club 7:00 o Dick Van Dyke CD Chips O Yabba Dabba Doo! — The story revolves around an animated world where mice conquer cats, beats run tor president, cavemen are the next-door neighbors, and horses can become sheriffs. GB Zoom JB Welcome Back, Kotter 7:30 o Odd Couple GB Over Easy CD What's Happening? 8:00 o Sgt. Bilko CD James at 15 OD Esta Semana ro Barney Miller 8:30 o Adam-12 OB MacNeil/Lehrer Report CD Carter Country 9:00 O Movie — "UMC." Drama, 1969. James Daly, Edward G. Robinson. Life at a large university medical center is explored from the viewpoint of a doctor in his relationships with other doctors and patients. CD The Beatles Forever O Barnaby Jones (5) Robin Hood C0 Redd Foxx 9:30 3D Best of Ernie Kovacs 10:00 All Ch. but OQB News 3D Best of Families 10:30 CD Tonight Show O Movie — "Death Stalk." Vince Edwards. Anjanette Comer. (1974) Two couples take a rubber raft trip, but their leisurely vacation turns into a nightmare when lour ex-convicts kidnap the wives and take two of the rafts; the husbands try to rescue them. CD Movie — "How Sweet It Is!" James Garner, Debbie Reynolds. The romantic comedy concerns a housewife who becomes the playmate to a notorious playboy. 11:00 8 News 30 I. Claudius 11:30 o Movie — "Stella Dallas." Drama, 1937. Barbara Stanwyck, John Boles. A classic story of a mother's love and sacrifice. 12:00 CD Tomorrow 3D Dick Cavett Show 12:30 CD Police Story 1:00 CD News 1:30 CD Movies: Citizen Kane Having a Wonderful Time Petticoat Larceny 1:45 o News Thursday Programs November 24 2:30 P.M. — CBS FAMOUS CLASSIC TALES — "Five Weeks in a Balloon." An animated special telling a stirring adventure yarn about a courageous and ingenious trio traveling across the wilds ol 19th-century Africa. 7:00 P.M. - CBS YABBA DABBA DOO! THE HAPPY WORLD OF HANNA-BARBERA — The story revolves around an animated world where mice conquer cats, bears run for president, cavemen are the next-door neighbors and horses can become sheriffs. 7:00 P.M. — NBC CHIPS — "Hustle." Broderick Crawford guest-stars as a motorist who is flagged down by California Highway Patrol officers. 9:00 P.M. — CBS BARNABY JONES — Betty's brief mountain vacation suddenly becomes a nightmarish experience when her friendship with a local doctor involves her in a wartime vendetta dating back to his service in Vietnam. 9:00 P.M. — NBC THE BEATLES FOREVER — Diahann Carroll, Ray Charles, Anthony Dowell, Anthony Newley, Bernadette Peters, Tony Randall, Mel Tillis and Paul Williams will perform the music ol the lamed English quartel of Ihe 1960s, who changed forever Ihe thrust of popular music the world over. The Beatles — Paul, John, George and Ringo — will-be featured in a photo montage at the beginning of the show. 10-30 P M. — CBS CBS LATE MOVIE — "Death Stalk." 10:30 P.M.-ABC POLICE STORY — "Face for a Shadow." THANKSGIVING DAY SPECIALS 8:00 CD Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 10:00 CD All-Star Thanksgiving Festival 1:30 CD NCAA Football 2:00 CD NFL '77 5:30 CD NFL Football — Miami vs. St. Louis 7:00 o Yabba Dabba Doo — The Happy World of Hanna Barbera Public TV Highlights Thursday Cable TV Channel 7 9 p.m. ONCE UPON A CLASSIC "Robin Hood" Sir Richard of Lea, heavily in debt to the Abbot of St. Mary, seeks Robin's help. 9:30 p.m. THE BEST OF ERNIE KOVACS A miniature invisible motorcycle and a bean-counting contest are featured. 10 p.m. THE BEST OF FAMILIES "A Chill in the Bones" The deepening recession of 1893 finds the Wheelers enduring an illness, Dr. Strokes im- barking on an affair, and Sarah Lathrop launching her photographic career. 'Super Friday' Following are production credits and program data for "Super Friday," holiday presentation of three popular children's series regularly seen in the Saturday morning lineup, to be broadcast Friday, Nov. 25 (10:00-11:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network: "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids." (10:00-10:30 AM, ET, episode titled "Shuttered Window"), series now in its sixth season. Host Bill Cosby appears to set up the story and to underscore its moral and pro-social values. Regularly seen Saturdays, 11:30-11:56 a.m., CST, live and in animation. "Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle" (10:30-11:00 AM, ET, episode titled "Tarzan and the Sunken City of Atlantis"), animated series in its second season as part of "The Batman-Tarzan Adventure Hour," whose episodes underscore positive social messages to the Saturday set. Currently seen Saturdays at 10 a.m., CST, it moves to 10:3011:26 AM, ET, beginning November 19. "Space Academy" (11:0011:30 AM, episode titled "Countdown"), in its first season, tells fast-moving science-fiction adventures tales, live-on-film, designed to stimulate young viewers' imagination. Currently presented on Saturdays, 9:30 AM, CST, it moves to 10:30 AM, CST, beginning November 19. Friday Channels Listed In Program Guide , KS CD KUPK (ABC) Denver, CO f KWGN (INDl KRMA (PBS) Garden City, KS CD KGLD (NBC i Ensign, KS O KTVC iCBS Friday Evening November 25, 1977 6:00 All Ch. but 8 3D CD News O Lucy 00 Misterogers' CD To Tell the Truth 6:30 o Andy Griffith CD Adam-12 O Hee Haw — Part II 3D Electric Company CD Liar's Club 7:00 o Dick Van Dyke CD Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree O Gunther Gebel-Williams: Lord of the Ring 3D Zoom CD My Three Sons/Partridge Family Reunion 7:30 o Odd Couple CD Rockford Files 3D Over Easy 8:00 e Sgt. Bilko O Rolling Stone Anniversary 3D Colorado Weekly CD NCAA Football — USC vs. UCLA Adam-12 CD Miss Teenage America Pageant GB MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8:30 9:00 Q Movie — "The Flim-Flam Man." George C. Scott, Sue Lyon. A sometimes funny, sometimes sad story of a seasoned con man and his young AWOL protege who outwit an entire town. 3D Washington in Review 9:30 3D Wall $treet Week 10:00 All Ch. but O3DCD News 3D Nova 10:30 CD Tonight Show O M-A-S-hVKojak 10:45 CD News 11:00 o News 3D Soccer Made in Germany 11:15 CD Movie — "Flaming Star." Adventure- Drama. Elvis Presley, Barara Eden. In the Texas of the 1870s, a tightly knit family, comprising a white settler, his Kiowa Indian wile, his white son by a previous marriage and his half-Indian son, is caught in the midst of an Indian uprising. 11:30 O Movie — "The Two Mrs Carrolls." Drama. Humphrey Bogart, Baibara Stanwyck. Man's first wife dies suspiciously. When he remarries, his second wife begins to fear for her safety. 12:00 CD Midnight Special 3D Dick Cavett Show 12:30 3D Calendar 1:15 CD Movies: Love is a Many Splendored Thing Nine Hours to Rama Saturday's Heroes 1:30 CD News 1:35 o Movie — "The Treasure of Poncho Villa." Western-Drama. 1955. Rory Calhoun. Shelly Winters. Mexico-1944: American adventurer, supporting Villa for pay. masterminds robbery of a Federal gold train with a Villa colonel an old friend, for the revolutionist, but gold is never delivered to Villa. Friday Programs November 25 7:00 P.M. — CBS GUNTHER GEBEL-WILLIAMS: THE LORD OF THE RING — Special starring the current greatest performer of "The Greatest Show on Earth," Gunther Gebel-Williams. He is unchallenged as the top circus animal trainer in history and the leading star of Ringling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey Circus. 7:00 P.M.— NBC WINNIE THE POOH AND THE HONEY TREE — The whimsical antics of Pooh, "Ihe bear ol little brain." are illustrated as he seeks to satisfy his appetite for honey. 8:00 P.M. — CBS ROLLING STONE... THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY — The special will reflect the attitudes and culture associated with rock and its audiences. Comedy skits, musical performances, interviews and animation provide an entertaining retrospective look at the phenomenal influence of this music as presented over the past decade on Ihe pages of Rolling Stone magazine. 10:30 P.M. CBS M-A-S-H — When Col. Blake is transferred to Tokyo, things get so desperate under the ollicious leadership ol Maj. Burns that Hawkeye and Trapper John wrangle weekend passes, hoping they can convince Col. Blake to return. 11:00 P.M. — CBS KOJAK — "Kiss II All Goodbye." Alerted to a fur robbery, Crocker accidentally shoots a young woman, crippling her for life. His guilt is intensified by the girl's unrelenting bitterness. 11:15 P.M. — ABC BARETTA — "Runway Cowboy." Baretta has gained evidence to bring a ruthless extortionist to trial only to discover that the female judge trying the case — a dear friend of Baretta's — is the blackmailers latest victim who is being forced to pay off by ruling for an acquittal. — SPECIALS — 7:00 o Gunther Gebel-Williams, Lord of the Ring CD Winnie the Pooh & the Honey Tree CD My Three Sons/Partridge Family Reunion 8:00 o Rolling Stone Anniversary 8:30 CD Miss Teenage America Pageant — SPORTS — 1:00 C0 NCAA Football 8:00 CD NCAA Football — Southern California vs. UCLA 11:00 OB Soccer Made in Germany Public TV Highlights Friday Cable TV Channel 7 9:30 p.m. WALL STREET WEEK "Real Estate Investment Trusts" Louis Rukeyser welcomes Michael T. Oliver, Senior Real Estate Analyst, Alex, Brown &Sons. 10 p.m. NOVA "Linus Pauling: Crusading Scientist" This is the story of Linus Pauling, the only person ever to receive two unshared Nobel Prizes. Pitt-Dallas on TV Sunday Pal Summerall, play-byplay, and Tom Brookshier, analyst, describe the action when the Pittsburg Steelers play host to the Dallas Cowboys in a National Football League in- lerconference contest to be broadcast nationallyby CBS Sports, Sunday, Nov. 20 (3 PM. CST) on the CBS Televidion Network. The broadcast, which follows five regional presentations, will originate from Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pa. CBS Sports will also broadcast a doubleheader game on Sunday afternoons, Nov. 27 and Dec. 11, following regional presentations. ORANGE BOWL SPECIAL 14 Days 13 Nights See the Deep South at Yutetide and watch dose up the pageant Americans have been watching for years on their TV screens - The Orange Parade and the Orange Bowl Games. Cypress Gardens and Silver Springs, as well as Walt Disney World take on a special glow at Christmas time. Come along and experience it with Traflways. Departure: December 26 TraUways wM pay your bus fare to Wichita. Trailways 8th and Kansas 275-1641 276-3731

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