Biddeford-Saco Journal from Biddeford, Maine on June 25, 1966 · Page 12
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Sheila MacRae To Flay Alice Kramden Singer -. comedienne Sheila MacRae has been signed by Jackie Gleason to play the role; of his television wife, Alice Kramden, In 10 full - hour segments of “The I loneymooners” in color ne\i season (19<>(>-(>7) on Channel 13. Gleason announced previously that Art Carney would rejoin him next season in his famed role as Ed Norton, sewer worker, neighbor and pul of the lovable, laughable and blustery bus driver, Ralph Kramden (Gleason ). For Sheila MacRae, half of the famous show - business team of Gordon and Sheila MacRae, this will be her first continuing role in a television se ries. Since 1957, she and her husband have been headliners in the nation's top supper clubs and guest stars on many television programs. Sheila MacRae Is one of the most versatile performers in show business, possessing a fine singing voice, a face that can change from pixie to grand dame in seconds, and a marvelous talent for mimicry. Durward Kirby Is Joining Garry Moore Durward Kirby has been signed as a regular on “The Garry Moore Show,” new comedy variety series in color which makes its debut on Channel 13 in September (Sundays, 9:00 10:00 p.m.,), it was announced by producer Perry Cross and executive producer Sylvester L. (Pat) Weaver. Kirby is resuming an association with Moore on television that goes hack 15 years, and even more than that on radio. For the past six years, he has also served with Allen Funt as co host of “Candid Camera” on the Network, as assignment in which he will continue for the balance of the season. “I am delighted to be reunited with Garry on his new show.” said Kirby. “It means the resumption of an association that started back in 1938. i hope it will continue for a long time to come.” Kirby met Moore while appearing on Ransom Sherman’s radio comedy program, “Club Matinee.” They have been buddies ever since. For a number of years, Kirby ranked among the 10 most popular announcers in the country On Garry Moore’s show-, he had the added opportunity to display his talents as a dramatic actor and Cornell m lie appeared often with ( rol Burnett and the many sp cial guest stars Kirby is married to the former Mary Paxton Young. They have two sons, Randy, an actor, and Dennis, a stu- <' lit and live in Bronxville, N. Y. Sheldon Leonard Signs NBC-TV Pact In the largest production commitment ever made by the NBC Television Network, producer Sheldon Leonard has been signed to a long term exclusive arrangement, it was announced by Don Durgin, president, NBC Television Network, The agreement with NBC TV' calls for the exclusive services of Leonard as executive producer on all new projects and for all new program series produced by Sheldon Leonard Enterprises. In announcing the signing, Durgin said: “Sheldon Leonard is a television giant, a man whose production genius ranges from hit comedies — ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show,’ ‘Comer Pyle* and ‘The Andy Griffith Show’ — to one of this season’s dramatic hits, ‘1 Spy.! “We are delighted to welcome Sheldon to NBC TV’s production team of the future, which represents the strongest array of creative production talent in television history. So in 'V,v , t\ vuuw*-* in exclusive agreements Norman Felton, executive producer of ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E./ Bol) Finkel, executive producer of ‘The Andy Williams Show* and the Julie Andrews special, and now Sheldon Leonard. Each of these award winning CHANNEL 6 (5:10 First Radio Parish Church tf:4. US Department of Agriculture 6:50 Farm Market Report 7:00 Today Show 7:25 News 7:30 Today Show 8:25 News 8:30 Today Show 9:00 Astro Boy 9:30 Space Angels 10:0 Eye Guess* 10:25 News 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Morning Star* 11:30 Paradise Bay* AFTERNOON 12:00 Jeopardy 12:30 Let’s Play Post Office* 12:55 News 1:00 Weekday on Six 1:30 Let’s Make A Deal* 1:55 News 2:00 Days of Our Lives* 2:30 The Doctors 3:00 Another World 3:30 You Don’t Say* 4:00 The Match Game* 4:25 News 4:30 People Are Funny 5:0° ***ventr In Paradise EVENING 6:00 News Journal 6:30 lluntley-Brinkley Report* 7:00 The IJttlest Hobo 7:30 Daniel Boone* 8:30 London Palladium Show* 9:30 Mickie Finn’s* 10:00 Dean Martin Summer Show * 11:00 News and Weather 11:15 Tonight Show* CHANNEL 6 6:10 First Radio Parish Church 6:45 US Department ot Agriculture 6:50 Farm Market Report 7:00 Today Show 7:25 News 7:30 Tod:;» Show 8:25 News 8:30 Today Show 9:00 Astro Boy 9:30 Space Angels 10:00 Eye Guess* 10:25 News 10:30 ConcentraP-otC 11:00 Morning Sf ir* 11:30 Paradise Bay AFT Fit NOON 12:00 Jeopardy ' 12:30 Let’s Play Post Office* 12:55 News 1:00 Weekday on Six 1:30 Let’s Make A Deal* 1:55 News 2:00 Days of Our l ives* 2:30 The Doctors 3:00 Another World 3:30 You Don’t Say* 4:00 The Match Game* 4:25 News 4:30 People Are Funny 5:00 Adventures In Paradise EVENING 6:00 News Journal 6:30 Huntley.Brinkley Report* 7:00 Zorro 7:30 Camp Kunutnuck 8:00 llank 8:30 Sing Along With Mitch* 9:30 Mr. Roberts 10:00 The Man From U.N.C.L.E.* 11:0 News and Weather 11:15 Tonight Show* CHANNEL 6 6:55 First Radio Parish Church 7:00 Gene Autry 7:30 Adventures In Paradise 8:30 Fury 9:00 The Jetsons* 9:30 Atom Ant* 10:00 Secret Squirrel* 10:30 Underdog* 11:00 Top Cat* .... . _ producers will make major contributions to NBC-TV’s future schedules beginning with the 1967-68 season.” Producer - director - writer - actor Leonard, a man with a Phi Beta Kappa key who made his showbusiness reputation in CHANNEL 8 7:45 Farm and Home* 8:30 Town & Country Time 8:15 Cartoon Carnival 9:00 9 O’Clock Land 9:55 Mountain Morning Report 10:00 Where The Action Is 10:30 Never Too Young 10:55 Arlene Dald’s Beanty Spot * 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 The Dating Game AFTERNOON 12:00 Donna Reed Show' 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Bon Casey 2:00 Confidential For Women 2:30 A Time For Us 2:55 Nows with a Woman’s Touch 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 The Nurses 4:00 The Early Show 5:30 News Extra 5:40 Weather 5:15 Peter Jennings With The News EVENING 6:00 Capture* 6:30 The Baron* 7:30 Batman* 8:00 Gidget* 8:30 Death Valley Days* 9:00 Bewitched 9:30 Peyton Place 10:00 -Talent Spotlight 10:30 Eel’s Play Golf 11:00 Mountain Report 11:25 Movie 8 CHANNEL 8 7:15 Farm and Home* 8:30 Town & Country Time 8:15 Cartoon Carnival 9:00 9 O’Clock l and 9:55 Mountain Morning Report 10:00 Where The Action l> 10:30 Never Too Young 10:55 Arlene Dalit’s Beauty Spot* 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 The Dating Game AFTERNOON 12:00 Donna Iteed Show 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Ben Casey 2:00 Confidential Fur Women 2:30 A Time For Us 2:55 News with, a Woman’s Touch 3:0ft General Hospital 3:30 The Nurses 4:00 The Early Show 5:30 News Extra 5:10 Weather 5:15 Peter Jennings With The New s EVENING 6:00 Friday Six O’Clock Movie 7:30 The Eiintstones* 8:00 Tammy* 8:30 The Adda ms Family 9:00 Honey West 9:30 Farmer’s Daughter* I0;00 The Greatest Show on Earth* 11:00 Mountain Report 11:25 Movie 8 CHANNEL 8 gangster roles, has been one of the chief guiding forces behind the success of “I Spy.” The only theatrical ambition comedy star Andy Griffith can remember as a youngster was to master the trombone-which he did CHANNEL 13 7:00 Newsbeat 7:05 Mike Wallace 7:30 The Lone Hunger 8:00 Capt. Kangaroo 9:00 B’Wuna Don 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10:00 I Love I.uey 10:30 The Real McCoys 11:00 Mike Douglas AFTERNOON 12:00 Love of I-ife 12:25 Maine News 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 The Guiding l.ight 1:00 Girl Talk 1:30 As The World Turns 2:00 Password 2:30 House Party 3:00 To Tell The Truth 3:25 Maine News 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Family Theater EVENING 6:00 Newsbeat 6:30 Walter Cronkite 7:00 Sea Hon* 7:30 The Munsters 8:00 Gilligan’s Island* 8:30 My Three Sons* 9:00 Thursday Night at the vies* 11:00 Newsbeat 11:15 The Lute Show CHANNEL 13 7:00 Newsbeat 7:05 Mike Wallace 7:36 The Lone Ranger 8:00 Capt. Kangaroo 9:00 IPWana Don 9:15 King and Odie 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 The Real McCoys 11:00 Mike Douglas Show AFTERNOON 12:00 l.o\’o ot Life iZiVi Maine News 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding I ight 1:00 Girl Talk 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password 2:30 House Party 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 Maine News 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Family Theater EVENING 6:00 Newsbeat 6:30 Walter Cronkite 7:00 Huckleberry Hound 7:30 Wild. Wild West 8:30 Hogan’s Heroes* 9:00 Movie Of The Week 10:00 Fashions For You 11:00 Newsbeat 11:15 The Late Show CHANNEL 13 7:00 Captain A the Kids 7:30 Love That Bob 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:mi Heckle A Jeckle* 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo* 10:00 Mighty Mouse 10:30 Adventures of Lassie 11:00 Tom A Jerry II-‘to Oiiirlt Drawr WCBB PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS CHXNNEL 10 MONDAY 8:30 The Evil Queen — Prize winning Swedish ballet based on the Snow White theme and starring Gerd Anderson as the graceful fairytale heroine. 20:30 I'.S \ : Artists — Robert Rauschenberg, winner of the 1964 Biennale, International Art Competition, and perhaps our foremost young painter, has recently stopped painting altogether. This program examines the reasons for his change in mid - career to experimental work in dance, sculpture and films. TUESDAY 8:00 Showcase — “The Good Lieutenant.” The final production in this series is an original play by Robert Murray. A striking melodrama in three acts, its theme is the conflict between good and evil, brutality and humaneness and takes place in a U.S. guardhouse in Italy immediately after the war. 10:30 The Great Society — “The Sizzling Economy.” An examination of the American economy, the influences that control it. and its central place in virtually all of the Administration’s Great Society programs. WEDNESDAY 8:00 Changing World: The Food Crisis — In examining the lack of food, this program reports on starvation throughout the world with special emphasis on India and the Philippines. 10:00 The Open Mind — “The Police, The Courts and Individual Rights.” A discussion on whether the courts, by limiting the use of confessions obtained without benefit of counsel or evidence obtained by so - called “unlawful” search and seizure, are tying the hands of the police. THURSDAY 6:00 The Pathfinders —This program takes place in Hollywood where a singularly creative man named Mack Sennett added an important chapter to America’s cultural history early in the present century. 8:30 Science Reporter — “Room at the Top.” M l T. science reporter John Fitch learns about what equipment the astronauts will have and how they will he prepared for their in - flight environment in the Apollo spaceship. FRIDAY 7:00 Survival In The Sea — “The Life Cycle.” Dr. Storr’s underwater action photography intimately reveals the close - linked chain of life in the sea 8 00 Ghosts ——A ruthless exposure of the brutal realities that underlay so many apparently “respectable” Victorian marriages, Henrik Ibsen s drama stars Katina Paxinou and Edmond Knight. Channel 8 Is (Continued from Page One) old Collins house. The program will be carried on a 7 day delay telecast schedule, Monday through Friday at 10:30 a.m. starting July 4. Other daytime program changes will find “The Nurses” returning to it’s ‘live’ network time of 3:30 p m., and on July 11, a new addition, “The Newlywed Game,” testing new spouses’ knowledge of one another, will premiere at 2 p.m. BRANDED Michael Rennie is guest star as an alleged murderer who offers lo clear the name of Jason McCord (Chuck Connors), in “Salute the Soldier Briefly” on Channel 6 s “Branded” colorcast series Sunday June 26 (8 30 9 p.m.). SUMMER MUSIC HALE Folksinger - composer Rod McKuen and comedian Richard Pryor are guest stars on Channel 6’s colorcast of “The Kraft Summer Music Hall” Monday, June 27 (9 10 p.m.). John Davidson is star host of the 8:0.) Word of Life 8:30 Faith For Today 9:00 Discovery ’66 9:30 Popeye 10:00 Porky Pig* 10:36 The Beatles* 11:00 Casper Cartoons* 11;XO r.nrllla* THURSDAY TELEVISION PROGRAMS * DENOTES COLOR PROGRAMS FRIDAY TELEVISION PROGRAMS * DENOTES COLOR PROGRAMS SATURDAY MORNING PROGRAMS • DENOTES COLOR PROGRAMS

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