The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 7, 1975 · Page 24
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April 7, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 24

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TV4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Monday, April 7, 1975 TV Movies This Week Two Dozen Films Offered Area Viewers By LYNN TILTON Herald TV Writer (Editor's Note: The ratings listed here, as well as the movie plot information, come from Broadcast Information Bureau, Inc., and are as follows: **** excellent; very good; poor.) good; *'2 fair; and MONDAY "What's the Matter with Helen?" 8 p.m., Channel 2, no rating listed, Debbie Reynolds and Shelley Winters star in this. "Sign It Death." 11:30 p.m., Channel 4, no information given. TUESDAY "Journey to the Far Side of the Sun." 2 p.m.. Channel 5. 1969, **. Space exploration drama set in the last decade of this century, concerning the discover and exploration of an unknown plant behind the sun. Hoy Thinnes, Lynn Loring, star in this. "Legacy of Blood," 11:30 p.m., Channel 4, no information given. WEDNESDAY "Crisis," 2 p.m., Channel 5, 1950, *"/2. Adventure and intrigue: American brain specialist, on vacation, is kidnapped in a Latin American country and forced to perform brain operation on dictator. Cary Grant and Jose Ferrer star. "Boy Ten Feet Tall," 7 p.m., Channel 5, 1965, "Vz, Ten year old boy heads for his aunt in 3D TUESDAY TUESDAY, APRIL 8,1J7S 3:00 11-KiAsNews 3:30 2— The Addams Family 11— J'erspectivc 4:00 2— TheKlinLstones 4-Gilligan's Island S-Oinah 7-Psychology 101 11-VillaAlegre 4:30 2—1 Dream of Jeannie 4— Lucy Show 7— The Electric Company 11— Msterogers Neighborhood 5:00 2-Hogan's Heroes 4— Evening News 7— Misterogers Neighborhood 11-Sesame Street 5:30 2-NightlyN'ews 4— Andy Griffith 5-Cronkite News 7— Sesame Street 6:00 2~-Newswatch 2 5— Eyewitness News il-The Electric Co 6:30 4— Truth or Consequences i— 1 lollywtod Squares 7-1 lunter Safely • 11— Newsroom 11 7:00 2-Adam 12 4—HappyLXiys 5-Ckxxi Times 7-tlowlo. . . 11— Bill Moycr's Foreign Keport 7:30 2-Wild Kingdom 4—Tuesday Movie of Week S-MASH 7—Assignment America 8:00 5-News Special 7—SoiarEhergy 11—10-Stake Fireside - Fcatherstone 8:30 7—Championship of Skating 8:15 11-LDS Conference Report 9:00 5-HawaiiS-O 4-MarcusWelbyM.D. 1 l-2nd Session Conference 9:30 7-Woman 10:00 2—Newswatch 2 4—Love American Style 5-Eyewitness News 7—Interface 10:30 2—Bob Hope Cavalcade of Champions 7-Convenation With 10:40 5-Uaymond Burr Show 11:00 4—\t'H»4 Nightside 7—Uiplioned News 11—IJlias, Yoga&you 11:30 4—Wide World of Entertainment 11:40 5-lig Valley 12:00 2—Tomorrow 12:40 5—iVws Final Durban after his parents death. He has adventures with a Syrian peddler, an American tourist, and a dimaond smuggler. Edward G. Robinson, Fergus McClellant, Constance Cummings, Harry Corbett, star. THURSDAY "In the Good Old Summertime," 2 p.m., Channel 5, 1949, ***. Pen pals working in a music store immediately dislike each other not knowing their true identities. Van Johnson, Judy Garland, Buster Keaton star. "The Music Man," 7 p.m., Channel 2,1962, ****. Iowa 1912; Fast-talking traveling salesman arrives to organize a boy's band and to his amazement falls in love with lovely librarian and can't run out when he should. Robert Preston, Shirley Jones, Buddy Hackett, Hermione Gingold and Paul Ford star. "Generation," 8 p.m., Channel 5, no rating listed, David Janssen stars. FRIDAY "To Die In Paris," 2 p.m., Channel 5,1968, no rating given. The leader of an underground movement in Paris during World War II, arrested by the Nazis, escapes from a supposedly escape-proof prison and is hunted not only by the enemy but also by an underground assassin who is fearful he will be forced to reveal top secrets if he is caught again. Louis Jourdan, Kurt Krueger, Philippe Forquet and Stuart Nesbet star. "Kate McShane," 7:30 p.m., Channel 5, no information given, Anne Meara stars. "Don Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate," 8 p.m., Channel 4, 1971, **V 2 . Four old ladies create a fictional girl to answer a computer questionaire — a joke that ends in murder. Helen Hayes, Vince Howards, Myrna "An Eye for an Eye," 11:30 p.m., Channel 2, no information listed, Robert Lansing, Pat Wayne. "Peyton Place," 11:40 p.m., Channel 4, ****, From the best seller of the 1950's, starring Lana Turner, Hope Lange and others. SUNDAY "The Little Norse Prince," noon, Channel 4, 1969, no rating listed. Adventures of a little Norwegian boy who is given the Sword of the Sun by Gigantic Loy, John Beradino and Mildred Rock Man in order to fight evil »i_i • i. _i ''TVtrt CVt***>mittn«t IV^oti " A r\ TY1 Natwick star. "The Raven," 11:30 p.m., Channel 4. "Do Not Disturb," 11:40 p.m., Channel 5, 1965 **'/2. Young executive of an American wool company is tranferred to England, accompanied by his wife. After the encounter of an antique dealer, wife is in a bind, and there are numerous misunderstandings. Doris Day, Rod Taylor, Her- minone Baddeley, star. SATURDAY "Battle of the Worlds," noon, Channel 4, 1963, **, dubbed English, Hostile planet hurdling towards Earth on a collision course is exploded by scientists with rockets. . .but not before the earth is terrorized. Claude Rains, Bill Carter, Maya Brent, star. The Forgotten Man," 4 p.m., Channel 4,1971, no rating given. Soldier believed killed in action returns after five years in POW camp and finds his wife remarried and his business sold by his partner. Confused and desperate, he kidnaps his daughter hoping she will bring normalcy to his shattered life. Dennis Weaver, Anne Francis star. "Nothing but the Best," 10:30 p.m., Channel 4, "*Vz, 1964, PLUMBING CHEATING •Ambitious real estate agent teams up with a down-on-his- luck socialite for help in the social graces, then murders him and conceals the body in his landlady's house. Everything is fine until he hears the house is to be razed and his crime will be discovered. Alan Bates, Denholm Elliot, Harry Andrews star. MONDAY "Tall Target," 2 p.m., Channel 5, 1951, ***. New York detective uncovers plot to kill president-elect Lincoln when he stops in Baltimore to make a speech. When his superior doesn't believe him, he sets out alone to prevent the crime. Dick Powell stars. Cavett to Host 'Feeling Good' •ft VOUCAN RELY ON US FOR... 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Robinson 7:30 4 "Pretty Boy Floyd," Marfin Sheen THURSDAY 2:00 5 "In the Good Old Summertime," Judy Garland, Van Johnson 7:00 2 "The Music Man," Robert Preston, Shirley Jones 8:005 "Generation," David Janssen FRIDAY 2:00 5 "To Die In Paris," Lpuls Jourdon, Kurt Kreuger 7:00 5 "Kate McShane" Anne Meara 8:00 4 "Do Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate" 8:30 5 "2,000 Year Old Man" Cartoon 11:30 4 "The Raven" 11:405 "Do Not Disturb" Doris Day SATURDAY Noon 4 "Battle of the Worlds" 7:00 2 The Turning Point of Jim Malloy" and "Striking Force" 8:00 4 "Sweet November," Sandy Dennis 11:30 2 "An Eye for an Eye" Robert Lansing, Pat Wayne 11:40 5 "Peyton Place" Lana Turner, Hope Lange SUNDAY Noon 4 "The Little Norse Prince" 4:00 4 "The Forgotten Man" 8:00 2 "Baptism of Fire," Jessica Walters as Amy Prentlss 8:00 4 "The Big Bounce" 10:30 4 "Nothing But the Best" 11:002 "Man in the Looking Glass," Steve Forrest, Sue Lloyd. MONDAY 2:00 5 "Tall Target," Dick Powell, Paula Raymond Dick Cavett will host "Feeling Good," the new experimental TV series on health for adults, when it returns to the Public Broadcasting Service in April. Channel 11 will carry the series Mondays at 7 p.m. beginning April 14. Cavett, who for five years hosted his own late night talk show on Channel 4, will appear in each of the 30-minute programs in the new series as host and narrator. Cavett said, "What attracts me to the show (besides hypochondria) is that the subject matter is vital — in the original sense of the word. It tells people about real problems in a way that can improve — or even save —their lives." Cavett is no stranger to public broadcasting audiences. Three years ago he narrated "VD Blues," a two-hour special aimed at teenagers. His irreverent style was credited with stimulating thousands of calls for additional information and medicaf assistance by young people throughout the country. "Feeling Good" TV's first attempt to motivate health behavior and provide health information on a sustained basis for an adult audience, was originally introduced as a 60-minute weekly series. Among format changes being made by Kobin and his staff are shortening of each program to 30-minute length and the decision to treat fewer topics, usually one or two per show, in greater depth than in earlier shows which sometimes covered four or five tooics. Wood-Burning Fireplaces! Freestanding, Builtin And Gas te-HEATILATOR America's Leading Fireplace Systems The uncertainties of the energy shortage makes it so important for every home to have a , fireplace! Easily installed in new or old homes — main floor, basement, any floor. See Utah's largest fireplace selection at Fireplaces, Inc. § j Mtkcnd jtu c«i mull 1 It* HtMri«« rutpljct Spurn, ttd «M B* Mid CIMPI 4 IHt(44cm{ lull *>d 'unttiwl )0u, taxnt Ini * litllt

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