Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 25, 1977 · Page 25
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 25

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, November 25, 1977
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Sunday Coptltitf. KM. 09 KUPK (ABC) Channel* Listed In Proaram Guide Girtfei City. Km. CD KGLO (NBC) Dow, Co to. S KRMA IPBS 8 KWGN IIND< Emit*, KM. O KTVC ICBS' Garden City Telegram Friday, November 25, 1977 Page 11A CBS-TV Makes Some Mid-Season Changes Sunday Morning November27, 1977 6-.3Q CD Alamo Foundation 7:00 m Amazing Grace Bible Class CD Courage for Crisis Living 7:15 o Cristo Es La Esperanza 7:30 o Gospel Guitar m The Defenders CD Davey & Goliath 7:45 © Doodletime 8:00 Q TV Altar ID Get Together CD Come Along 8:30 a Larry Jones m Revival Fires CD Uncle Bijl 9:00 o Day of Discovery ID Herald of Truth CD Hot Dog 9:30 o Mass for Shut-ins O Jerry Falwell CD Jabberjaw m Oral Roberts 10:00 o Challenge CE> Great Grape Ape CD Rex Humbard 10:30 o City/State Report Q Faith for Today CD Animals 10:45 Q Your Congress Speaks 11:00 o Your Right to Say It OCD Church SB Lone Ranger 11:30 o Father Knows Best CD College Football '77 Sunday Afternoon November 27, 1977 12:00 o Wrestling a NFL Football — Philadelphia vs. New England & Dallas vs. Washington CD NFL '77 CD Directions 12:30 CD Meet the Press 09 Issues & Answers 1:00 Q Movie — "The Face ol Marble." John Carradine. Weird tale of a doctor who tiles to bring the dead back to tile. (90 min.) CD NFL Football — Kansas City vs. Houston (£• Pygmies OD Mexican-American Dialogue 1:30 CD Quinto Sol 2:00 Jj Good Old Days of Radio CD The Nunundaga — Part I 2:30 B Movie — "The Gorilla Man." John Loder. Wounded Commando learns that an English hospital is being used as a Nazi headquarters. (90 min.) CD The Monroes 3:30 CE' I Regret Nothing CD Movie — "Jack and the Beanstalk." Costello. while baby-silling, (alls asleep and dreams he's Jack in the lairy tale. (90 min.) 4:00 Q Movie — "Billy the Kid." 1941. Robert Taylor. Brian Donlevy. Saga ol the lamed oul- law who ouldrew all but one. (120 mm.) at FBI 5:00 I Laurel & Hardy 09 Garner Ted Armstrong CD House Call 5:30 All Ch. but od e News •; Rlflck Pp.ipo-'.vc Sunday Evening Novembers?. 1977 6:00 o Movie — "The Story ol Sabisruit." Shirley Temple. Barry Fitzgerald. A horse trainer Irom Ireland comes lo America with Niece, and develops, with laith. a champion racer. (120 min.) iD World of Disney O Sixty Minutes X Firing Line CD Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys 7:00 CD The Hobbit — Bilbo Baggins. short, squat, middle-aged and seemingly conlenl Ic live in the hobbil hole bequeathed him by his lather, suddenly discovers thai he is "doing and saying things altogether unexpected." O All in the Family 3D Parent Effectiveness CD Million Dollar Man 7:30 Q On Our Own 30 The French Chef SUNDAY EVE. Cont. 8:00 o National Geographic Special O Movie — "Three Days ol the Condor." Robert Hertford, Faye Dunaway. The espionage thriller revolves around a CIA agenl with the code name Condor. His job seems innocent, reading popular books and feeding information to a computer. He notices something a little odd during his research and brings it to the attention of CIA headquarters, but they seem unimpressed. But afterwards, while Turner is out getting lunch, his co-workers all are massacred. rjD Forsyte Saga eg) War Movies with John Wayne — John Wayne is the host-narrator of this special which oilers a portrait of Americans at home and abroad during World War II through scenes from the movies made just before, during and after the war that changed the world. 8:30 CD Doonesbury Special 9:00 O Movie — "Hour of the Gun." Western. James Garner. Jason Robards. Wyutl Earp aided by Doc Holliday. searches for his brothers murderer and must decide whether lo bring him in for trial or lake his own vengeance. (120 min.) CD Miss World Pageant e Evening '• Symphony 10:00 All Ch. but o O a CD News . ' .,IM«.u, 10:15 ti) News 10:20 O News 10:30 CD Movie —"A Fine Madness." 1966. Sean Connery. Joanne Woodward. A poet's struggle between artistic temperament and the demands ol domestic life results in a creative block. (120 min.) CD Mary Hartman 10:50 B Movie—"Skull Doggery." Susan Clark. Burt Reynolds. A safari in New Guinea is purposely misdirected so as to pass by valuable mineral deposits. 1V.OO 0 News •- OD Visions 11:30 o When a Child Is Born: AMatterof Choice 12:00 8 World at War 12:15 CD PTLClub 12:30 CD Movies: Not With My Wile You Don't The Rains ol Ranchipw Count the Hours 12:35 X Max Morathfc the Ragtime Years 1:00 o News 2-.15 CD News Sunday Programs Nouember 27 7:00 P.M. — CBS ALtlNTHE FAMILY —Part I. Archie is tempted to don the hooded robe ol punishment in a secret vigilante society without knowing the "catch" — his liberal son-in-law Mike is the group's next target. 7:00 P.M. — NBC THE HOBBIT — Bilbo Baggins. short, squat, middle- aged and seemingly content lo live in the hobbil hole bequeathed him by his lather, suddenly discovers that he is "doing and saying things altogether unexpected." 7:30 P.M. — CBS ON OUR OWN — Toni decides to bring in professional help Irom a therapist when she notices the office tension is unbearable and creates a whole new set of problems. 8:00 P.M. — CBS CBS SUNDAY MOVIE — "Three Days ot the Condor." 8:00 P.M. — ABC WAR MOVIES AND JOHN WAYNE — John Wayne is the host-narrator ol this special which oilers a portrait ol Americans at home and abroad during World War li through scenes Irom the movies made just before, during and alter the war that changed the world. 8:30 P.M. — NBC A DOONESBURY SPECIAL — Gary Trudeau's Pulitzer Prize-winning comic strip. "Doonesbury." comes to TV as an animated special. 9:00 P.M. — NBC MISS WORLD PAGEANT — Andy Williams is host for the telecast, live via satellite Irom London's Royal Albert Hall. Cindy Breakspeare. Miss World 1976. will participate in the 27lh annual event, which will introduce the year's exotic and beautiful contestants Irom all over the world. 10:45 P.M. — NBC NBC LATE MOVIE — "Doc Savage... The Man ol Bronze!" — SPORTS — 11:30 CD College Football'77 12:00 Q Wrestling O NFL Football — Philadelphia vs. New England & Dallas vs. Washington CD NFL'77 1:00 CD NFL Football — Kansas City vs. Houston Two new situation comedies — "Szysznyk" and "Another Day" — and a second night of motion pictures, "The CBS Friday Night Movies," highlight the mid-season changes in the CBS Television Network primetime program schedule announced by B. Donald Grant, Vice President, Programs, CBS Entertainment Division. At the same time, Grant announced that four series — "Kojak," "The Carol Burnett Show," "Maude" and "Switch" — will move to new time periods. Three programs — "Rafferty," "Busting Loose" and "The Betty White Show" — will be cancelled. • Details of the changes: "The CBS Friday Night Movies" will premiere on December 2 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET) beginning with "The Four Musketeers." "Szysznyk," half-hour situation comedy starring Ned Beatty, will be presented Wednesdays (8:30-9:00 PM, ET) beginning December 7, replacing "Busting Loose." "Another Day," half-hour situation comedy starring David Groh and Joan Hackett, will premiere Monday, Jan. 9 (9:30-10:00 PM, ET). "Kojak" and "The Carol Burnett Show" will exchange time periods beginning Saturday, Dec. 10, when — SPECIALS — 7:00 CD The Hobbit 9.-00 CD Miss World Pageant Public TV Highlights' Sunday Cable TV Channel 7 5 p.m. LAUREL AND HARDY This the first of three "Laurel and Hardy" silent films that will be shown during FESTIVAL '77. This one, entitled "Genesis" contains excerpts from such classics as "Love 'em and Weep" and "Sugar Daddies." 9 p.m. EVENING AT SYMPHONY "The Lark Ascending" by Vaughan Williams with violin soloist Joseph Silverstein, and Manuel de Falla's "The Three-Cornered Hat" with mezzo- soprano Beverly Morgan are presented. 11 p"m. VISIONS'"Nanook Taxi" A modern day Eskimo hunter must journey to the ticy to make extra money working as a cab driver. Shocker Of a Secret Stuart is more than a little perturbed when his kid brother, Sheldon, arrives unannounced with a new bride and moves in for a few days of free room and board, not to mention laundry service, on "We've Got Each Other," Saturday, Nov. 26 (7:00-8:00 PM, CST) on the CBS Television network. Will MacKenzie directed from a script by producer Jack Burns. After a few days, Stuart and Judy don't even try to hide their displeasure. Then Sheldon lets Judy in on a secret which puts her into shock. "Kojak" will move to its new time, 10:00-11:00 PM, ET. On Sunday, Dec. 11, "The Carol Burnett Show" will move to 10-11:00 PM, ET. "Switch," starring Robert Wagner and Eddie Albert and currently seen Fridays, 10:0011:00 PM, ET, beginning December 5. "Rafferty," currently seen at this time, will have its final broadcast Monday, Nov. 28. On Monday, Dec. 12, "Maude" and "The Betty White Show" will exchange time periods, with Maude" moving to 9:00-9:30 PM, ET, and "The Betty White Show" moving to the 9:30-10:00 PM, ET, time period until Monday, Jan. 2, its final broadcast date. On Monday, Jan. 9, "Another Day" will premiere in the 9:30-10:00 PM, ET, time period, replacing "The Betty White Show." 'Szysznyk," which had a successful summer run on the Network, stars Ned Beatty as an ex-Marine who returns to civilian life as supervisor of a Washington, D.C., community center. Featured in the cast are Olivia Cole, Leonard Barr is a Four's Company production. Jerry Weintraub is executive producer, Rick Eustis and Michael Elias are producers. "Another Day" stars David Groh and Joan Hackett as a married couple who find that their share of the American dream seems to be made up of problems involving their jobs, growing children and mounting bills. "Another Day" was created by James Komack, creator of "Chico and the Man" and "Welcome Back, Kotter." Featured in the cast are Hope Summers, Lisa Lindgren and Al Eisenmann II. "The Four Musketeers," Richard Lester's exciting adventure film which launched 'The CBS Friday Nifht Movies," stars Oliver Reed, RichardChamberlain, Michael York, Raquel Welch, Faye Dunaway and Charlton Heston. This sequel to "The Three Musketeers," in which the famous trio adds a new member, also features Frank Finlay, Geraldine Chaplin, Christopher Lee, Simon Ward, Jean Pierre Cassel and Spike Milligan. ZENITH T.V.-RADIO-STEREQS SALES & SERVICE SEE US FOR ZENITH COLOR T.V. ANTENNAS WE MAKE T.V. 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