Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 79
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 79

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Phoenix television Movies to mew on video 'KTVKABC Channel * ,KPHO Channel 5 JKAET-NET channel 8 "KOOL-CBS Channel 10 *KtAR~NBC Channel 12 ;KPAZ Channel 21 I* Black and White Programs *; Others in Color * WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5 :! 6:30 (12) Today *• 7:6(1 (10) Joseph Benti *7:25 (12) Today in Arizona 7:30 ( 3) Cartoons ' * r * 5 1 ' ~'~" / * n \ m J ' " : (12) Today 8:00 ( 3) News ( O\ YT ^ A 8) Yoga* (10) Andy Griffith* (12) Today in Arizona 8:30 ( 3) Jack LaLanne ( 8) TV High School* (10) Love of Life (12) Romper Room 9:00 ( 3) Bewitched* ( 8) Return to Nursing* (10) Where the Heart Is (12) Jeopardy 9:15 ( 5) Paul Harvey 9:20 ( 5) Community Corner 9:25 (10) News 9:30 ( 3) That Girl ( 5) Phx. College Classes ( 8) Spanish I* . (10) Search 9:55 (12) Name Droppers 10:00 ( 3) Dream House , ( 5) Cartoons ( 8) Pocketful of Fun* (10) News (12) It Takes Two 10:25 (12) News 10:30 ( 3) Make a Deal "••••• ( 5) Sea Hunt* ( 8) Once Upon a Day* (10) World Turns (12) You're Putting Me On 11:00 ( 3) Newlyweds ( 5) Doctor Kildare* ( 8) Spanish II* (10) Splendored Thing (12) Our Lives 11:30 ( 3) Dating Game ( 8) Brother Buzz (10) Guiding Light (12) The Doctors 12:00 ( 3) General Hospital ( 5) (12) News ( 8) Misterogers* (10) Secret Storm 12:30 ( 3) One Life to Live ( 5) Ladmo Show ( 8) What's New?* (10) Edge of Night (12) Bright Promise 1:00 ( 3) Dark Shadows ( 5) Open House ( 8) Friendly Giant* . (10) Corner Pyle (12) Letters to Laugh-In 1:15 ( 8) Art Studio*. 1:30 ( 3) Betty Waters ( 8) Canciondela . Raza* (10) Lucy (12) Concentration 2:00 ( 3) (5) Movie* ( 8) Techniques (10) Beverly Hillbillies* (J2) Sale of Century 2:30 ( 8) Brother Buzz (10) Mike Douglas (12) Hollywood Squares 3:00 ( 8) Pocketful of Fun (12) Another World 3:30 ( 3) Batman ( 5) Cartoons ( 8) Once Upon a Day* (12) Steve Allen (211 Movie* \ W* f 1TXU V J.C 4:00 ( 3) Flintstones ( 5) Wallace & Co. ( 8) What's New?* (10) David Frost 4:30 ( 3) News ( 8) Friendly Giant* (12) Truth or Consequences 4:45 ( 8) Art Studio* 5:00 ( 3) (12) News ( 5) Dennis the Menace* ( 8) Misterogers* 5:30 ( 3) Hazel* ( 5) News ( 8) Spanish I* (10) Walter Cronkite . (12) Huntley-Brinkley (21) Of Land and Seas 6:00 ( 3) What's My Line? ( 5) Dick Van Dyke* ( 8) Spanish II* (10) (12) News 6:30 ( 3) Flying Nun ( 5) Gilligan's Isand* ( 8) Return to Nursing (10) Beverly Hillbillies (12) The Virginian (21) Peter Gunn* 7:00 ( 3) Courtship of Eddie's Father ( 5) Movie . ( 8) TV High School* (10) "Sinatra" (21) Untouchables* 7:30 ( 3) Room 222 ( 8) Cancion de la Raza* 8:00 ( 3) (21) Movie ( 8) NET Special (10) Hawaii Five-0 (12) Meet the Candidate* 8:30 ( 8) Book Beat 9:00 ( 5) Run for Your Life (8) News in Perspective (10) Glen Campbell 10:00 ( 3) (10) (12) News ( 5) He Said-She Said (8) Agriculture (21) Movie* 10:30 ( 3) Joey Bishop ( 5) Movie* (10) Merv Griffin (12) Tonight 10:45 (21) Movie* 12:00 ( 3) (12) News (10) Perry Mason* 12:10 (12) Movie* 12:30 ( 5) Paul Harvey arming generation gap Frank Sinatra adheres to the time-tested policy of bowing to the musical tastes of youth and their parents io his one-man special tonight at 7 on Channel 10. ' TCTR Chuckles ;*,;;?. By BIL KEANE w*%< ?***&x><&t*%f*i$¥*Fj» w ' YOU'RE WTIN<3| ME ON I'm going to 4o housework*" w* " Nj-xon speech topic Q|KAET»TV program president Nixon's Vietnam speech and results of key may* oral races around the country will be analyzed by New Y^k fines reporters on. Art' zoaa g)ai§ University's KAST- T$, Channel §, et 9 p-ro. to•night,;- ' Television highlights 4 p.m. (10) David Frost: Guest include Biff Rose, Tommy Cooper, Tony Kahmann, Danny Kaye and Frost's sister, Mrs. Jean Pearson (c): 7 p.m. (3) Courtship of Eddie's Father :,Mrsi Livingston brings out the girl in tomboy Joey Kelly, thereby saving Eddie from more black eyes (c) 7 p.m. (10) Frank Sinatra; An hour musical starring , Frank Sinatra in a "pne-man show" (c), 3 p.m. (8) President's Men: Robert Finch, 1 secretary of health, education and welfare, is interviewed (c). 8 p.m. (12) Meet the Candidates: Appearance of-all candidates for Phoenix mayor—a question and answer session (c). 8:30 p.m. (8\ Cook Beat: "The Trial of Dr, Spock" is discussed, by Jessica Mitford (c). 9 p.m. (S) Hun for Your Life:. The kidnapping plot of two brothers who are holding Paul for ransom turns into tragedy (c), 2 p.m. (5) "Second Chance"; 1953; Roy Roberts, Jack Palaiice: An American in South America helps a lady in distress (c). 3:30 p.fn. (21) ''Lady aiid the Monster"; 1944; Richard Arlen, Vera Ralston: Eerie story of a brain that completely dominates a man. 7 p.m. (5) "The Wackiest Ship in the Army"; I960; Jade Lemmon, Ricky Nelson: Slightly different mixture of war heroics and corned]' blended into a fairly entertaining film (c). Best-of-Show: 8 p.m. (3) "A Man and a Woman"; 1966; Anouk Aimee, Jean-Louis Trintignant: A sensitive love story about a man and a woman, both widowed, who meet while visiting their children in a boarding school (c). 8 p.m. (21) "Captain from Castile"; 1947; Tyrone Power, Jean Peters: Action classic about Spain during the inquisition and the conquest of Mexico. 10:30 p.m. (5) "the Proud and the Profane"; 1956; Deborah Kerr, Thelma Ritter: A mixture -of war, with soap opera overtones. 10:45 p.m. (21) "Monte Cas- stoo"; 1946; Alberto Lolli, Gilberto Soveri: Italian dramati- CBS places eight shows in top 10 NEW YORK (AP) - The latest television ratings look like old times: CBS won the period and put eight of its shows in the top 10. The Nielsen ratings for the week of Oct. 20-26 were CBS 18.6, NBC 16.9 and ABC 14.9. The top program was CBS's "Gunsmoke," followed by NBC's "Bonanza." "Laugh-In" on NBC dropped to seventh place. The Doris Day show on CBS moved into the top 10 for the first time. Here are the top 10: 1. "Gunsmoke," CBS. 2. "Bonanza NBC. 3. Charlies Brown- special, CBS. 4. "Here's Lucy," CBS .5. "Family Affair," CBS. 6. "Mayberry. R.F.D.," CBS. 7 "Laugh-In," NBC, 8. Red Skelton, CBS. 9. "My Three Sons,'' CBS. 10. Doris Day, CBS. The Jhn Nabors variety hour was the only new show to make it into the top 20. It placed 15th. Among news shows, CBS's Walter Cronkite had 17.1 and NBC's Huntley-Brinkley 13.9, which is the biggest lead Cronkite has had since the news shows went to half an hour in 1963. . In 2:00 DIALING FOR DOLLARS (C) Robert Mitchum stars "SECOND CHANCE" 3:35 CARTOONS 4:00 WALLACE AND CO. 5:00 DENNIS 5:30 PHOENIX REPORT (C) 6:00 DICK VAN DYKE Laura fumes while Rob contemplates accepting a job on a ma n-a bout-town type magazine . . . , 6:30 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND 7:00 WEDNESDAY MOVIE (C) Jack Lemmon, Ricky Nelson, "WACKIEST SHIP IN •THE ARMY." Comedy drama about a Navy lieutenant who's bewildered. when he is given command of an old hulk of a sailing vessel . . . 9:00 RUN FOR YOUR LIFE . (C) 10:00 HE SAID SHE SAID 10:30 MOVIETIME William Holden, Deborah Kerr, Thelma Ritter star in "THE PROUD AND THE PROFANE," personal problems of a war-time ro> manca . . . 8:30 Cartoons 9:00 Jack LaLanne 9:30 NEWS-RUSS UPTON 10:00 Bewitched 10:30 That Girl 11:00 Dream House 11:30 Let's Make A Deal 12:00 Newlywed Game 12:30 Dating Game 1:00 General .Hospital 1 :30 One Life to Live 2:00 Dark Shadows 2:30 Hprne Fair w. Betty W«ter« 3:00 f ho Real McCoys 3:30 flatman . •• 4:00 Th* Flintitones 4f39 ABC Evening News with Frank Reynold* &* How-rd K. Smith News . Art' Broplc Jack 6;JM> WHAT'S MY UNE? 6?30; THE FLYIN©; NUN 75QR THE CpURf SHIP OF PPDIP'S FATHER 7:30 RQQM m 8:00 A BC WEPNESPAY NIGHT MQVIE "A Man and A Wprnan" IDiQQ 10 P.M. New? Report w, Art Brock and Jack Rainbolt 1Q:3Q The .Joey Biihpp $how Milton Berl«, Barbara M?N«lr, Kr»fk!n 12M Uti.N with A. ttttiftittiftttttttft APT. HUNTING? DIAL 279*5030 RECORDED MESSAGE station of one of the more brutal episodes of World War II. 12:10 a.m. (12) "Calcntta"; 1947; Alan Ladd, Gail Russell: An "A" budget adventure flick made with a "B" plot. ybHANEVEil 3:30 C!n«m8-l-ADY AND THE MONSTER S:N OF LANDS * SEAS (C) U.S.S.R. «:30 PETER GUNN 7:08 THE UNTOUCHABLES 1:00 Hwd Classlc-CAPTAIN FROM CASTILE. Tyron* Power 10:00 Cinema—MONtECASSINO Deborah Kerr William Holden Thelma Ritter "THE PROUD AND THE PROFANE" 8:00 KTVK-TV Channel 3 ABC WEDNESDAY NIOHT MOVIE. ®FimilEOIf TELEVISION! WINNER OF TWO ACADEMY AWARDS A LIFETIME OF LOVE IN ONE FILM. STARRING ANOUK AIMEE AND JEAN-LOUIS TRINTIGNANT. 3:30 THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW . . . Groucho Marx, Maureen Arthur, the Landan Girls. 4:30 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES. 5:00 NEWS 90 ... Jim Peterson, Harry Martin, Ewell Butler, HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY, Duane Brady, Bob Vache 1 , Frank Peddle, Bill Stull, Joe Patrick. 6:30 THE VIRGINIAN ... . "The Substitute" . . . Trampas is accused In the homicide of a beloved doctor and faces lynch-minded townsfolk. 8:00 ASK THE CANDIDATES ..... Channel 12 will cover live the question and answer session set up by the Phoenix Jaycees, for you to meet the four candidates for mayor. ROBERT BURNS JOHN DRIGGS MILT GRAHAM CLARENCE SHUMWAY PHONE 271-3504 or 271-3526 i • 'Ray Thompson and Duane Brady are the anchormen on the,program. 10:00 THE RAY THOMPSON NEWS . . . Frank Peddle -—Weather; Bob Vache'—Sports; Joe Patrick- Views & Comments, 10:30 THE TONIGHT SHOW ... From Hollywood, Bob Hope, Bill Cosby, Rose Marie, Bob Darin. 12:00 NEWS FINAL . . . Ted Brown. IfclQ MOVIITWELY!.., "Calcutta" .., Alan <• l.add, ©ail Russell, Phoenix, Wed., Nov. 5, 1969 O The Arizona Republic 39 You get the story straight from Dave Nichols. 22 years of news broadcasting experience from Washington D.C., to Phoenix. He is one important reason why Arizonans in the know tune to NITELINE NEWS WITH DAVE NICHOLS at 10PM weekdays. THE BEST TELEVISION NEWS ON TELEVISION 5:20 FARM & RANCH Denney 5:30 SUNRISE SEMESTER 6:00 CBS NEWS -Benti 7:00 CAPTAIN KANGAROO 8:00 LUCY 8:30 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 9:00 ANDY GRIFFITH 9:30 LOVE OF LIFE 10:00 WHERE THE HEART IS 10:25 CBS MID-MORNING NEWS—Edwards 10:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 11:00 MORNINGLINE NEWS —Jim Murdock 11:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS 12:00 SPLENDORED THING 12:30 GUIDING LIGHT 1:00 SECRET STORM 1:30 EDGE OF NIGHT 2:00 GOMER PYLE 2:30 MIKE DOUGLAS — Spupy Sales, Martha Reeves & the Vandel- las, Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier 4:00 DAVID FROST-Danny Kaye, Tommy Cooper, satirist Biff Rose. 5:30 CBS EVENING NEWS —Walter Cronkite 6:00 THE BIG NEWS — Bill Close 6:30 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES — Aconman (guest star Phil Silvers) sells the Clampetts Central Park. 7:00 SINATRA - Frank Sinatra stars in this "one- man show" which features many of his hit songs. 8:00 HAWAII FIVE-0-Ac- tor-folksinger Theodore Bikel guest stars when a sketch drawn by a U.S. agent exposes Me- Garrett to a possibility of germ warfare. 9:00 GLEN CAMPBELL- Barbara Feldon, George "Goober" Lindsey, Waylon Jennings. 10:00 NITELINE NEWS- Dave Nichols 10:35 MERV GRIFFIN — Zsa Zsa Gabor, Lainie Kazan and Jack Benny guest star from Las Vegas. 12:00 PERRY MASON-"The Case of the Final Fade Out." 9 P,M, GLEN CAMPBELL Guests: Barbara Feldon, George ..'; "Goober" Lindsey, Waylon Jennings KOOL

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