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Wednesday

9:00 P.M. (13) CHRISTMAS CHESTER MYSTERY PLAYS. A program of eight, short medieval plays interpreting well‐known tales from the Bible, that were originally performed by the Craft Guilds of Chester, England. Hal Holbrook will be the host.

Friday

9:00 P.M. (11) THE YULE LOG. Three hours of Christmas music, followed by Midnight Mass from New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral.

9:00 (13) THURBER. William Windom will portray the humorist and cartoonist James Thurber, in this oneman show.

10:00 (2) ON THE ROAD WITH CHARLES KURALT. A one‐hour compilation of the CBS News correspondent's travels through the United States in this Bicentennial year.

11:30 (2) RELIGIOUS SPECIAL. Videotaped highlights of Christmas activities at Graymoor Christian Unity Center in Garrison, N.Y., followed at midnight by a live broadcast of services at the Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, N.Y.

11:30 (4) THE SOUNDS OF CHRISTMAS EVE. A half‐hour of holiday music and other fare, with Henry Mancini, Victor Buono and the choir of St. Charles Borromeo Church in Los Angeles.

Midnight (4) CBRISIMAS, ROME 1976. From St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, Pope Paul VI celebrates the Midnight Mass. There will be English language commentary by Father Angellus Andrew.

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12:30 A.M. (13) THE BRANDYWINE TRADITION. A documentary about the illustrator Newell Convers Wyeth. (Captioned for the deaf.)

Saturday

5:00 P.M. (13) CINDERELLA. Sergei Prokofiev's interpretation of the children's tale is performed by the Columbia, S.C., City Ballet.

Channel Information

Channel 2 (WCBS)

Channel 9 (WOR)

Channel 4 (WNBC)

Channel 11 (WPIX)

Channel 3 (WNEW)

Channel 13 (WNET)

Channel 7 (WABC)

Channel 31 (WNYC)

Complete evening schedules from 8 P.M. onward for the following UHF stations are included in each day's listings.

Channel 21 (WLIW)—Garden City, L. I. Long Island Educational Council. School and PBS programs and Long Island news. Weekdays from 7:30 A.M., Saturday from 3 P.M., Sunday from 4 P.M.

Channel 25 (WNYE)—Board of Education. New York City School programs and public television repeats. Weekdays from 9 AM., Saturday from 4 P.M., Sunday from 9 A.M.

Channel 41 (WXTV)—Paterson, N.J. Films, Spanish serials. Weekdays from 4:30 P.M. and Sunday from 5 P.M.

Channel 47 (WNJU)—Newark. N. J. Mostly serials and variety programs in Spanish and Italian. Weekdays from 4:30 P.M., Saturday from 2:30 P.M., Sunday from 2 P.M.

Channel 50 (WKJM)—Little Falls, N.J. New Jersey Public Broadcasting. Mostly local New Jersey news, sports, PBS programs. Weekdays from 9 A.M. Saturday and Sunday from 5 P.M.

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Channel 65

(WBTB)‐Newark, N.J. Financial news, foreign language, sports, variety and religious programs. Weekdays from noon, Saturday from 2:45 P.M. and Sunday from 7:45 A.M.

Details received too late for this schedule are on the Weather Page in today's main news section.

● Notable Shows (R) Repeat (P) Premiere

TODAY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19

Morning

8:00 (2)In Tune (4)Vegetable Soup (R) (5)Wonderama (7, 9)Davey and Goliath (11) Dusty's Treehouse (13)Sesame Street (R)

8:30 (4)Maryknoll World (7)Hot Fudge (R) (9)Day of Discovery (11)Big Blue Marble

8:45 (4)Your Sunday Best

9:00 (2)Channel 2 the People (7) ●

CHRISTOPHER CLOSE‐UP: Bob Banner, David Wolper, guests (9)Oral Roberts (11)Penelope Pitstop (13)Mister Rogers (R)

9:15 (4)The Jewish Scene

9:30 (2)The Way to Go (4)Here and Now: John Dyson, Charles Jones (7)Accent On: “Black Americans in the Church” (Part V) (9)Percy Sutton Reports (11)Jesie and the Pussycats (13)Carrascolendas

10:00 (2) ●

RELIGIOUS SPECIAL: “A Nation of Nations” featuring the annual “Christmas Around the World” festival of Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry (R) (4)First Estate: “A Visit from St. Nicholas:” Fordham University Women's Chorale and the Men's Glee Club (7)Insight (9)Sunday Mass (11)Dastardly and Muttley (13)Sesame Street (R)

10:30 (2) ●

BLESS THE LORD, ALL YE BEASTS: Beatrice Straight, host. The significance of animals in religion (R) (4)Sunday: Gary Graffman, West Side Brass Quintet, guests. Recipes for hangovers (7)New Adventures of Gilligan (9)Point of View (11)Superman

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11:00 (2)

CAMERA THREE: Profile of film director Peter Bogdanovich (5)Flintstones (7)The Oddball Couple (9)Rex Humbard (11)F Troop (13) ●

WNET REPORTS: “To Have a Child.” Live community outreach program on childbearing adoption, teenage pregnancy, midwifery and abortion. Viewers call‐in

11:30 (2) ●FACE THE NATION: Mayor Kenneth A. Gibson of Newark and Mayor Coleman Young of Detroit (7)Animals, Animals, Animals (11)Movie: “Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy” (1955). Head‐on

Afternoon

(4) ●MEET THE PRESS: Secretary of the Treasury William E. Simon (5)Movie: “Flying Wild” (1940). The East Side Kids. Saboteur trouble (7) ●

LIKE IT IS: Discus. sion of five metropolitan area alternative schools (9)Hour of Power

12:30 (2)Public Hearing (4) ●

CONVERSATION WITH ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER

1:00 (2)To Be Announced (4)East of the Wild (5)

●MOVIE: “Duck Soup” (1933). The Marx Brothers, Margaret Dumont, Louis Calhern, Raquel Torres. A marvelously funny war spoof. Hail Freedom and four brothers! (7)

●DIRECTIONS: “Christmas in Wales.” Clifford Evans, narrator (R) (9)Movie: “The King's Pirate” (1961). Doug McClure, Jill St. John, Guy Stockwell. 18th‐century Madagascar. Swing it, boys (11)

●MOVIE: “The Little Foxes” (1941). Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, Teresa Wright, Patricia Collinge, Richard Carlson, Charles Dingle. Wondrously fine, strong expansion of the play. Bette superlative, the others merely exelient

1:30 (4)Grandstand

2:00 (4) ●

FOOTBALL: AFC Playoff. Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh (13)Golf: Pepsi Mixed Team Championship (Final round)

2:30 (5)

●MOVIE: “Yankee Doodle Dandy” (1942). James Cagney, Joan Leslie, Walter Huston. Simply dandy, as always

3:00 (7)Eyewitness News Conference (9)Movie: “Flying Leathernecks” (1951). John Wayne, Robert Ryan. Exactly what you'd expect

3:30 (11) ●MOVIE: “The Pied Piper” (1942). Monty Woolley, Anne Baxter, Otto Preminger, Roddy McDowall. Warm, engrossing war drama, with marvelous, moving surprise at the end

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4:00 (7)Wild, Wild World of Animais (13) ●

HANUKKAH (R) (31)Visions (R)

4:30 (7) ●

CHRISTMAS IS: Hans Conreid, narrator. A little boy's search for the true meaning of Christmas (R) (13)Inside Albany

5:00 (2)NFL Today (4)Grandstand (6) Mission: Impossible (7)

●THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS: (Animated musical) How Clement C. Moore came to write the children's poem (R) (9)Movie: “The Man Who Never Was” (1956). Clifton Webb, Stephen Boyd Gloria Grahame. Anti‐Nazi spy scheme, about twothirds okay. Marred by lofty Webb, lippy Gloria and plot embroiderery (11) ●

MOVIE: “To Have and Have Not” (1944). Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Walter Brennan, Very effective. Hemingway, especially the first part. The rest is fairly studied Hollywood, introducing a looker named Bacall (13)Washington Week in Review (R)

5:30 (2)

FOOTBALL NFC Playoffs. Dallas vs. Los Angeles (4)Positively Black (7)Let's Make a Deal (13) ●

ONCE UPON A CLASSIC: “Heidi” (Episode Four) (R) (31)Documentary Showcase

Evening

6:00 (5)

MOVIE Wiracle on 34th Street” (1947). John Payne, Maureen O'Hara, Edmund Gwenn, Natalie Wood. The Macy's Santa comedy, nice and comfy as ever (7)News (13)WaII Street Week: Norma Pace, senior vice president of the American Paper Institute, guest (R) (21, 50)Consumer Survival Kit (R) (41)Siempre en Domingo (47)Lucha Libra

6:30 (4)NBC News

(13)●DANCE IN AMERICA: The American Ballet Theater performs Eugene Loring's “Billy the Kid” and Sir Frederick Ashton's “Les Patineurs” (R) (21,31)Agronsky at Large (50)World Press (68)Gerald Derstine Shares

7:00 (4)Movie: “Babes in Toyland” (1961). (Part I). Ray Bolger, Ed Wynn. Tommy Sands, Annette Funicello. Latest version, but don't ignore the Laurel and Hardy feature. It's around (7) ●

ARCHIE: Comedy special. The comic strip character and his pals (9)Ironside (11)

●HOME FOR CHRISTMAS: Musical‐variety special. The King Family (R) (21)Executive's Roundtable (31)At Issue (47)Ja Ja Ji Ji Jo Jo (50)Agronsky at Large (68)Rex Humbard

7:30 (13) ●EVENING AT SYMPHONY: Hector Berlioz's “Romeo et Juliette” will performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Seiji Ozawa The Adams Chronicles (R) (31)Inside Albany (50)Fireside Kitchen

8:00(4) ● CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD: Variety special. Gene Kelly, Liv Ullman, William Conrad, Dick Van Dyke, Marcel Marceau, Jonathan Winters, Vikki Carr, Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis, Jr., guests (5)Lawrence Welk, (7)Six Million Dollar Man: Jennifer Darling, Alex Cord, guests (9)

●MOVIE: “Laura” (1944). Gene Tierney, Clifton Webb, Dana Andrews. The peerless, sophisticated mystery‐teaser. Golden moment: the fade‐in, the music (11)Oral Roberts Christmas Dream: Natalie Cole, Koffs puppets, guests (31)Book Beat (47)Luis Vigoreaux (50)Dance in America (68)Nighttime TV Magazine

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11:30 (2)Anyone for Tennyson (R) (31)Kup's Show

9:00 (2)Kojak (5) ●

JULIE ANDREW'S CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Peggy Lee, Peter Ustinov, Dougie Squires' Second Generation, others (7)Movie: “Jeremiah Johnson” (1972). Robert Redford. A wilderness survivor. Rugged, picturesque and all Redford, if that's your pleasure (11)News (13) ●

MASTERPIECE THEATER: “Five Red Herrings” (Episode One) Lord Peter Wimsey mystery (21)Waltz of the Toreadors (47)La Inconquistable Viviana Origuera (50)In Performance at Wolf Trap (R) (68)Chinese Variety Show

9:30 (4)

●TV MOVIE: “The Moneychangers” (Part IV). Kirk Douglas, Christopher Plummer, Lorne Greene, Timothy Bottoms (9)Word of Life (11)Focus: New Jersey: David Bardin, state environmental commissioner

10:00 (2)

●60 MINUTES (5)News (11) Puerto Rican New Yorker (13)The Adams Chronicles (R) (50)The Waltz of the Toreadors (68)Polish Program

10:30 (5)Sports Extra (9)American Lifestyle: “Henry Ford” (R) (11)Black Pride (31)Brooklyn College Presents (47)Cine Colossi

11:00 (2, 4)News (5) ●

MADISON AVENUE ON TV: “Corporate Advertising.” Participants from Textron, Mobil and other companies (9) ●

MOVIE: “Captain's Paradise” (1953). Alec Guiness, Yvonne De Carlo, Celia Johnson. Sprightly British bauble of double life. Good but ungreat Guinness (11)Sergeant Bilko (13)Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (41)Encuentro (68)Happiness Is

11:15 (7)News

11:30 (4)Sammy and Company (11)The Burns and Allen Show (13) ●

VISIONS: “Scenes from the Middle Class” (R)

11:45 (2)Name of the Game

12:00 (5)David Susskind: “The Middleage Blues”; “Famous Mothers” (7)Movie “Carter's Army” (1969). Robert Hooks, Stephen Boyd. A company of Negro soldiers, World War II (11) ●

NEW YORK, NEW YORK: Roger Starr, former New York City Housing Commissioner, guest

1:00 (4)Movie: “The Millionairess” (1961). Sophia Loren, Peter Sellers. George Bernard Pahaw, tilted toward Minsky (9)David Niven's World (11) Suburban: Closeup State Senator John R. Dunne, guest

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1:20 (2)Movie: “City Beneath the Sea” (1970). Robert Wagner, Stuart Whitman. New to us, Your move

1:30 (7)Movie: “The Bounty Killer” (1964). Dan Duryea, Rod Cameron, Audrey Dalton. Middling Western

3:12 (2)Newsmakers

3:42 (2)Public Hearing

4:12 (2)Movie: “Tartan Triumphs” (1943). Johnny, Welssmuller, Frances Gifford, Typically

MONDAY, DECEMBER 20

Morning

6:10 (2)News (7)Listen and Learn

6:20 (5)News

6:26 (5)Friends

6:30 (2)1976 Sunrise Semester (4)Knowledge (5)Gabe (11)Felix the Cat

6:40 (7)News

7:00 (2)CBS Morning News (4)Today (5)Rin Tin Tin (7)Good Morning America (11)The Little Rascals

7:05 (13)Yoga for Health

7:30 (5)Flintstones (9)News (11)The Banana Splits (13)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (R)

8:00 (2)Captain Kangaroo (5)Bugs Bunny (9)Focus: Connecticut (11)Penelope Pitstop (13)Villa Alegre

8:30 (5)The Monkees (9)The Joe Franklin Show (11)Magilla Gorilla (13)Mister Rogers

9:00 (2)To Tell The Truth (4)Not for Women Only: “Divine, Delicious and Good for You, Too” (R) (5)The Brady Bunch (7)AM New York (11)The Munsters (13)Sesame Street

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9:30 (2)With Jeanne Parr (4) Concentration (5)Partridge Family (9)Lassie (11)The Addams Family

10:00 (2)The Price Is Right (4)Sanford and Son (R) (5)Andy Griffith (7)Movie: “Let's Make Love” (Part I) (1960). Marilyn Monroe, Yves Montand. And they do. Big deal in a plastic thimble. Milton Berle supplies the oxygen (9)Romper Room (11)Get Smart (13)The Adventures of Timothy Pilgrim (Part I)

10:30 (4)Hollywood Squares (5)I Love Lucy (11)I Dream of Jeannie (13)The Fables of Jean De La Fontain (Part I)

11:00 (2)Double Dare (4)Wheel of Fortune (3)Movie: “Christmas in Connecticut” (1945). Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan, Sidney Greenstreet. Cozy and painless (9)Straight Talk (11)Good Day! (13)Folk Tales

11:30 (2)Love of Life (4)Stumpers (7)Happy Days (R) (11)700 Club

11:55 (2)CBS News: Douglas Edwards

Afternoon

12:00 (2)The Young and the Restless (4)50 Grand Slam (7)The Don Ho Show (9)News (13)

●GREAT ZOOS OF THE WORLD: “San Diego Zoo (Part I)” (31)The Electric Company

12:30 (2)Search for Tomorrow (4)The Gong Show (7)All My Children (9)Phil Donahue Show (11)News (13)The Electric Company (31)Villa Alegre

12:33 (4)NBC News: Edwin Newman

1:00 (2)Tattletales (4)Somerset (5)Midday! (7)Ryan's Hope (11)New York, New York (13)The Black Tulip (Episode I) (31)Sesame Street

1:30 (2)As the World Turns (4)Days of Our Lives (7)Family Feud (9) Celebrity Revue (13)Woodcarver's Worksho

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2:00 (7)$20,000 Pyramid (11)The Magic Garden (13) ●

GREAT PARKS OF THE WORLD: “Yellowstone National Park” (31)Mister Rogers

2:25 (5)News

2:30 (2)The Guiding Light (4)The Doctors (5)Mickey Mouse Club (7)One Life to Live (9)Take Kerr (11)Bozo the Clown (13)

●EVENING AT SYMPHONY (R) (31)In and Out of Focus

2:35 (9)Movie: “Battling Hoofer” (1936). James Cagney, William Frawley, Swinging bandleader

3:00 (2)All in the Family (R) (4)Another World (5)Lost in Space (11)Popeye (31)Casper Citron

3:15 (7)General Hospital

3:30 (2)Match Game '76 (11)Magilla Gorilla (31)Lee Graham PresentS

4:00 (2)Dinah! (4)Marcus Welby, MD (R) (5)Bugs Bunny (7)The Edge of Night (9)Mavie: The Man from Laramie” (1955). James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy, Wallace Ford. Above‐average Western with revenge theme (11)Banana Splits (13)Villa Alegre (31)Woman

4:30 (5)Flintstones (7)

●MOVIE: “An Affair to Remember” (Part I) (1957). Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr, Pretty, often affecting romance but far better as the old DunneBoyer “Love Altair” (11) Mighty Mouse (13)Sesame Street (R) (31)The Way It Was

5:00 (2)Mike Douglas (4)News: Two Hours (11)The Jackson Five and Friends (31)Consumer Survival Kit

5:30 (5)Partridge Family (11) Batman (13)Mister Rogers (R) (31)The Electric Company

Evening

6:00 (2, 7, 41)News (5)The Brady Bunch (9)Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (11)Star Trek (13)The Electric Company (R) (21, 50) Zoom (25)Mister Rogers (31)Infinity Factory (68)Uncle Floyd

1:30 (5)I Love Lucy (13)Zoorn (R) (21)El Espanol Con Gusto (25)Electric Company (31)Inside Albany (47)La Indomable (50)Contemporary Society (68)Peyton Place

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7:00 (2)News: Walter Cronldte (4)News; John Chancellor, David Brinkley (5)My Three Sons (7)News: Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters (9)Bowling for Dollars (11)The Odd Couple (13) ●

ONCE UPON A CLASSIC: “Heidi” (Episode Five) (21)Black Perspective on the News (R) (25)Zoont (31)On the Job (41)Premier Del Lunes (50)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (68)Journey to Adventure

7:30 (2)

● THE MUPPET SHOW: Rita Moreno, guest (4)In Search of: “Strange Visitors” (5)Adam‐12 (7)Hollywood Squares (9)Liars Club (11)Dick Van Dyke Show (13)

●THE ?dACNEIL/ LEHKER REPORT (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (25)Hableme en Espanol (31)News of New York (47)Echando Pa Lante (50)New Jersey News Re‐ port (68)Wall Street Perspective

9:00 (2)Rhoda (4)Little House on the Prairie: Burl Ives, guest (5)The Crosswits (7)The Captain and Tennille: Tom Bosley. The Pointer Sisters and Don Knotts, guests (9) ●

BASKETBALL: Princeton vs. Rutgers University (11)Movie: “The Wonderful Country” (1959). Robert Mitchum, Julie London, Pedro Armendariz. Down Mexico way. As colorful as it is uneven (13)

●A CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION: Richard Kiley host. A musical look at the genesis of Christmas (R) (21)Great Composers (25)Washington Week in Review (31)Getting On (47)El Show de Iris Chacon

5:30 (2)Phyllis (5)Mery Griffin

(13)●THE MUSIC OF CHRISTMAS: The Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus, guests (R) (21)Masterpiece Theater (R) (25)Three American Goldsmiths (31)Consultation (50)Jerseyfile (68)Jimmy Swaggart

9:00 (2)

●MAUDE (7)

●FOOTBALL: The Liberty Bowl (Live) (13) ●

THE FIGHT AGAINST SLAVERY: “Tight Packers and Loose Packers” (25)The Adams Chronicles (R) (31)Nova (R) (47)Mariana de La Noche (50)Masterpiece Theater (68)Maria Papadatos Show

9:30 (2)All's Fair

(4)●TV MOVIE: “The Loneliest Runner.” Brian Keith, Lance Kerwin. A 13‐year‐old athlete experiences shame, fear and humiliation because of his bed‐wetting problem (21)Evening at Symphony (R) (41)Lo Imperdonable

10:00 (2)Executive Suite (5,11,41)News (9)Steve Allen's LaughBack

(13) ● THE SOUTH AFRICAN FORTRESS (R) (31)Black Herspective on the News (47)Un Extrano en Nuestras Vidas (50)New Jersey News (68)The Eleventh Hour

10:30 (31)News of New York (47)News (50)Woman (R)

11:00 (2, 4, 41)News (5)Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (11)The Odd Couple (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (R) (47)Hugo Leonel Vacaro (68)Wall Street Perspective

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11:30 (2)Movie “The Singing Nun” (1966). Debbie Reynolds. Ricardo Montalban. As slick and spiritual as a greased pig Show (5)Love, American Style

(9)●FIRING LINE: William F. Buckley; Jr., host “The Future of the Private College” (11)The Honeymooners (13)

●MOVIE: “The Blue Angel” (1930). Marlene Dietrich, Emil Jennings. Falling in love, again? Ye gods. But still a goodie (41)Cinema 41

11:45 (7) News

12:00 (11)Bums and Allen (47)Su Futuro Es El Presents

12:15 (7)Movie: “An Eye for an Eye” (1966). Robert Lansing, Pat Wayne. Man in pursuit of his wife and son's murderer

12:30 (5)Movie: “God is My CoPilot (1945). Dennis Morgan, Dane Clark, Raymond Massey. That's what they think. Tepid (9)

●MOVIE: “Cry the Beloved Country” (1952). Sidney Poitier, Canada Lee, Charles Carson. Racial and tensions in South Africa, Strong, moving and altogether superb. One of the best (11)The F.B.I.

1:00 (4)Tomorrow

1:30 (2)

●MOVIE: “Boys Town” (1938). Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney. Solid drama (11)News

2:00 (4) ●MOVIE: “The Naked Spur” (1953). James Stewart, Robert Ryan, Janet Leigh. Good and tough

2:15 (7)News

2:26 (5)Outer Limits

2:30 (A)News

3:21 (2)With Jeanne Parr (R)

3:51 (2)Movie: “Faithful in My Fashion” (1946). Donna Reed, Tom Drake. Soldier on leave finds his girlfriend engaged to someone else.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21

Morning

6:10 (2)News (7) Listen and Learn

6:20 (5)News

6:26 (5)Friends

6:30 (2)1976 Sunrise Semester (4) Knowledge (5)Withit (11)Felix the Cat

6:40 (7)News

7:00 (2)CBS Morning News (4)Today (5)Rin Tin Tin (7)Good Morning America (11)The Little Rascals

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7:05 (13)Yoga for Health

7:30 (5)The Flintstones (9)News (11)The Banana Splits (13)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (R)

8:00 (2)Captain Kangaroo (5)Bugs Bunny (9)An Ounce of Prevention (11)Dastardly and Muttley (13)Villa Alegre

8:30 (5)The Monkees (9)The Joe Franklin Show (11)Magilla Gorilla (13)Mister Rogers

9:00 (2)To Tell The Truth (4)Not for Women Only: “Divine, Delicious and Good for You, Too” (R) (5)The Brady Bunch (7)AM New York (11)The Munsters (13)Sesame Street

9:30 (2)With Jeanne Parr (4)Concentration (5)Partridge Family (9)Lassie (11)The Addams Family

10:00 (2)The Price Is Right (4)Sanford and Son (R) (5)Andy Griffith (7)Movie: “Let's Make Love” (Part II) (1960). Yves Montand, Marilyn Monroe. And they do. Big deal in a plastic thimble. Milton Berle supplies the oxygen (9)Romper Room (11)Get Smart (13)The Adventures of Timothy (Part II)

10:30 (4)Hollywood Squares (5)I Love Lucy (11)I Dream of Jeannie (13)The Fables of Jean De La Fontaine (Part II)

11:00 (2)Double Dare (4)Wheel of Fortune (3)Movie: “Paris Does Strange Things” (1957). Ingrid Bergman, Mel Ferrer, Jean Marais. And this is one of them (9)Straight Talk (11)Good Day! (13)Animal Tales

11:30 (2)Love of Life (4)Stumpers (7)Happy Days (R) (11)700 Club

11:55 (2)CBS News: Douglas Edwards

Afternoon

12:00 (2)Young and the Restiess (4)50 Grand Slam (7)The Don Ho Show (9)News (13) ●

GREAT ZOOS OF THE WORLD: “The San Diego Zoo (Part II)” (31)The Electric Company

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12:30 (2)Search for Tomorrow (4)The Gong Show (7)All MY Children (9)Phil Donahue Show (11)News (13)The Electric Company ($1)Villa Alegre

12:35 (4)NBC News: Edwin Newman

1:00 (2)Tattletales (4)Somerset (5)Midday! (7)Ryan's Hope (11) Puerto Rican New Yorker (R) (13) ●

ONCE UPON A CLASSIC (R) (31)Sesame Street

1:30 (2)As the World Turns (4)Days of Our Lives (7)Family Feud (9)Celebrity Revue. (11) Contemporary Catholic (13)Woodcarver's Workshop

2:00 (7)$20,000 Pyramid (lone Magic Garden (13)Great Parks of the World: “High Tetras” (31)Mister “Rogers

2:25 (5)News

2:30 (2)The Guiding Light (4)The Doctors (5)Mickey Mouse Club (7)One Life to Live (9)Take Kerr (11) Bozo the Clown (13)A Touch of Renaissance at Christmas (31)Once Upon a Classic (R)

2:35 (9)Movie: “Apache Drums” (1951). Stephen McNally, Coleen Gray. Gambler in Indian country

3:00 (2)All in the Family (R) (4)Another World (5)Lost in Space (11)Popeye (13) ●

EUROPEAN VISION OF AMERICA: Peter Ustinov, host (31)Carrascolendas

3:15 (7)General Hospital

3:30 (2)Match Game '76 (11)Magilla Gorilla (31)The Urban Challenge

4:00 (2)Dinah! (4)Marcus Welby, M.D. (R) (5)Bugs Bunny (7)The Edge of Night (9)Movie: '711 Ocean ‘Drive’ (1950). Edmond O'Brien, Joanne Dru. Standard crime‐doesn'tpay, but modest, wellmeant, well‐detailed (11)Banana Splits (13)Villa Alegre (31)

● ALL ABOUT TV

4:30 (5)The Flintstones (7)

● MOVIE: “An Affair to Remember” (Part II) (1957). Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr. Pretty, often affecting romance but far better as the old DunneBoyer “Love Affair” (11)Mighty Mouse (13)Sesame Street (R)

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1:00 (2)Mike Douglas (4)News: Two Hours ( 11) Jackson Five and Friends (31)Jeanne Wolf with

1:30 (5)Partridge Family (11) Batman (13)Mister Rogers (R) (31)The Electric Company

Evening

6:00 (2, 7, 41) News (5)Brady Bunch (9)Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (11)Star Trek (13)The Electric Company (R) (21, 50) Zoom (25)Mister Rogers (31)Rebop (R) (18)Uncle Floyd

6:30 (5)I Love Lucy (13)Zoom (R) (21)Once Upon a Classic (R) (25)Electric Company (31)New York Reports (47)La Indomable (50)1977 Good Neighbor Awards (68)Peyton Place

7:00 (2)News: Walter Cronkite (4)News: John Chancellor, David Brinkley (5)My Three Sons (7)News: Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters (9)Bowling for Dollars (11)The Odd Couple (13)Vision On (21)Guppies to Groupers (R) (25)Zoons (31)University Broadcast Lab (41)Barata De Primavera (50)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (68)Journey to Adventure

7:30 (2)Bobby Vinton Show: Karen Black, Foster Brooks, John Byner, guests (R) (4)Celebrity Sweepstakes (5)Adam 12 (7)Match Game P.M. (9)Liar's Club (11)The Dick Van Dyke Show (13)

● THE MACNEIL/ LEHKER REPORT (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (25)General Educational Development (31)News of New York (41)Vamos A Cantar (47)Desafiando a Los Genios (50)New Jersey News (68)Wall Street Perspective

7:55 (21)Vamos Amigos!

8:00 (2) ● MOVIE: “Tom Sawyer” (Part II). (1973). Johnny Whitaker, Celeste Holm; Warren Oates. Excelient musical version. Fine for all (4)Baa Bea Black Sheep, (Part I) (F) (5)The Crosswits (7)Happy Days (R) (9)In Search of Ancient Astronauts: Rod Serling, narrator (R) (11)Movie: “The Bishop's Wife” (1947). Cary Grant. Loretta Young, David Niven, Cozy, rather coy exercise of rectory and still another business‐suit angel (13,50)

● IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP: Rohan McCullough, guest (R) (21)Crockett's Victory Garden (R) (25)In Performance at Wolf Trap (31)At Issue (41)El Show De Eduardo II (47)Un Angel Liamado

5:30 (5)Mery Griffin (7)Laverne and Shirley (21)Woman (R) (31)Lee Graham Presents (68)Yugoslav Sports

9:00 (2) M*A*H (4)Police Woman (7)

● RICH MAN, POOR MAN BOOK II (Chapter XI) (9)Science Fiction Theater (13)

● HANUKKAH (R) (21)Brooklyn College Presents (25)Getting On (31)Masterpiece Theater (R) (41)Espectscular '77

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9:30 (2)One Day at a Time (R) (9)Oral Roberts Special: “Christmas Dream.” Natalie Cole, guest

(13)●WORLD WAR I: Documentary series. “America the Neutral.” Robert Ryan, narrator (21)Soundstage (R) (25)Woman (R) (41)Lo Imperdonable (50)Crayons and Small Talk (68)Indian Program

10:00 (2)Switch (4)Police Story (Part II) (5, 11, 41)News (7)

● FAMILY: Sheree North, John Beal, John Rubenstein, guests (13) ●

CIVILISATION: “The Pursuit of Happiness” (R) (31)About the Arts (4)Un Extrano en Nuestras Vidas (50)New Jersey News (68)Eleventh Hour

10:30 (9)Journey to Adventure (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (R) (31)News of New York (R) (47)News (50)The Way It Was (R)

10:55 (21)Vamos Amigos! (R)

11:00 (2, 4, 7, 41) News (5)Mary ● Hartman, Mary Hartman (9)Topper (11)The Odd Couple (13) ●

MOVIE: “L'Avventura” (1960). Monica Vitti, Gabriele Ferzetti, Antonioni's highly‐touted web of whatzit. Brilliantly spun but less here than meets the eye (21)Lilias, Yoga and You (R) (47)Lucha Libre (65)Wall Street Penmen.

11:30 (2)Kojak (R) (4)The Tonight Show (5)Love, American Style (7)TV Movie: “The Daughtens of Joshua Cabe Return.” Dan Dailey, Dub Taylor. Three shady ladies are hired by an old rancher to pose as his daughters (R) (9)Movie: “The Prince Who Was a Thief” (1951). Tony Curtis, Piper Laurie, Small peanuts (11)The Honeymooners (41)Cinema 41

12:00 (11)Burns and Allen Show (47)Su Futuro Es El Presente

12:30 (2)Movie: “Two Weeks in Another Town” (1962). Kirk Douglas, Edward G. Robinson. Hollywood in Rome. Authentic but sour grapes. Dig the music making comeback (5)

● MOVIE: “One Foot in Heaven” (1941). Fredric March, Martha Scott. A minister and his family, Splendid (11)The F.B.I.

1:00 (4)Tomorrow

1:07 (7)Movie: “African Adventure” (1973). Documentary about an American who tried to adapt to the lifestyle of a nomadic bushman tribe

1:30 (9)The Joe Franklin Show (11)News

2:00 (4)Movie: “Orice You Kiss a Stranger” (1970). Paul Burke, Carol Lynley. A ruthless girl

2:20 (2) ● MOVIE “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town” (1936). Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur. The comedy classic of a rich yokel in Manhattan. Still grand

2:48 (5)The Saint

4:38 (2)With Jeanne Parr (R)

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22

Morning

6:10 (2)News (7)Listen and Learn

6:20 (5)News

6:26 (5)Friends

6:30 (2) 1976 Sunrise Semester (4)Knowledge (5)Withit (11)Felix the Cat

6:40 (7)News

7:00 (2)CBS Morning News (4)Today (5)Rin Tin Tin (7)Good Morning America (11)The Little Rascals

7:05 (13)Yoga for Health

7:30 (5)The Flintstones (9)News (11)The Banana Splits (13)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (R)

8:00 (2)Captain Kangaroo (5)Bugs Bunny (9)Percy Sutton Reports (11)The Wacky Races (13)Villa Alegre

8:30 (5)The Monkees (9)The Joe Franklin Show (11)Magilla Gorilla (13)Mister Rogers

9:00 (2)To Tell The Truth (4)Not for Women Only: “Divine, Delicious and Good for You, Too” (R) (5)The Brady Bunch (7)AM New York (11)The Munsters (13)Sesame Street

9:30 (2)With Jeanne Parr (4)Concentration (5)Partridge Family (9)Lassie (11)The Addams Family

10:00 (2)The Price Is Right (4)Sanford and Son (R) (5)Andy Griffith (7) ●

MOVIE: “Hand in Hand” (1967). Loretta Parry, Philip Needs, John Gregson, Sybil Thorndike, Finlay Currie, Gentle, sentimental but sterling British drama of two children exposed to religious barriers. Heartily recommended (9)Romper Room (11) Get Smart (13)The Adventures of Timothy Pilgrim (Part III)

10:30 (4)Hollywood Squares (5)I Love Lucy (11)I Dream of Jeannie (13)The Fables of Jean De La Fontain (Part III)

11:00 (2)Double Dare (4)Wheel of Fortune (5)Movie: “Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows” (1968). Rosalind Russell, Stella Stevens. A progressive‐minded young nun, and none too funny or tasteful. Strictly transparent (9)Straight Talk (11)Good Day! (13)Beauty and the Beast

11:30 (2)Love of Life (4)Stumpers (7)Happy Days (R) (11)700 Club (13)The Music of Christmas

11:55 (2)CBS News: Douglas Edwards

Afternoon

12:00 (2)The Young and the Restless (4) 50 Grand Slam (7)The Don Ho Show (9)News (13)Great Zoos of the World: “The Tucson Zoo” (31)The Electric Company

12:30 (2)Search for Tomorrow (4)The Gong Show (7)All My Children (9)Phil Donahue Show (11)News (13)The Electric Company (31)Villa Alegre

12:55 (4)NBC News: Edwin Newman

1:00 (2)Tattletales (4) Somerset (5)Midday! (7)Ryan's Hope (11)Focus: New Jersey (13)The Black Tulip (Episode II) (31)Sesame Street (R)

1:30 (2)As the World Turns (4)Days of Our Lives (7)Family Feud (9)Celebrity Revue (11)Jewish Dimension (13)Woodcarver's Workshop

2:00 (7)The $20,000 Pyramid (11)The Magic Garden (13)Great Parks of the World: “Bayerischer Wald (31)Mister Rogers

2:25 (5)News

2:30 (2)The Guiding Light (4)The Doctors (5)Mickey Mouse Club (7)One Life to Live (9)Take Kerr (11)Bozo the Clown (13)How the Animals Discovered Christmas (31)Consultation (R)

2:35 (9)Movie: “Mr. Moto Takes a Chance” (1938). Peter Lorre, Rochelle Hudson. A hidden munitions base

2:45 (13)Christmas in the Village: Family life in early America

3:00 (2)All in the Family (R) (4)Another World (5)Lost in Space (11)Popeye (13)In Performance at Wolf Trap (R) (31)About the Arts

3:15 (7)General Hospital

3:30 (2)Match Game '76 (11)Magilla Gorilla (31)Public Policy Forum

4:00 (2)Dinah! (4)Marcus Welby, M.D. (R) (5)Bugs Bunny (7)The Edge of Night (9)Movie: “Away All Boats” (1956). Jeff Chandler, George Nader, Naval warfare. Overdone, familiar, but it moves (11) Banana Splits (13)Villa Alegre

4:30 (5)The Flintstones (7)Movie: “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” (1973). Cliff Robertson, Diane Baker. The one to see is the original beauty, made back in 1945. Wait (11)Mighty Mouse (13)Sesame Street (R) (31)To Be Announced

5:00 (2)The Mike Douglas Show (4)News: Two Hours (11)Jackson Five and Friends

5:30 (5)The Partridge Family (11)Batman (13)Mister Rogers (R) (31)The Electric Company

Evening

6:00 (2, 7, 41)News (5)Brady Bunch (9)Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (11)Star Trek (13)The Electric Company (R) (21, 50) Zoom (25)Mister Rogers (31)Infinity Factory (68)Uncle Floyd

6:30 (5) I Love Lucy (13)Zoom (R) (21)El Espanol Con Gusto (25)Electric Company (31)Black Perspective on the News (47)La Indomable (50)The Way It Was (R) (68)Peyton Place

7:00 (2)News: Walter Cronkite (4)News John Chancellor, David Brinkley (5)My Three Sons (7)News: Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters (9)Bowling for Dollars (11)The Odd Couple (13)

●REBOP (R) (21)Vegetable Soup (25)Zoom (31)On the Job (41)Barata De Primavera (50)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (68)Journey to Adventure

7:30 (2)The $25.000 Pyramid (4)Andy: Robert Goulet, guest (5)Adam‐12 (7)

●CAN PRIMITIVE PEOPLE SURVIVER (R) (9)Liar's Club (11)Dick Van Dyke Show (13) ●

THE MACNEIL/ LEHRER REPORT (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (25)General Educational Development (31)News of New York (41)Lucha Libre (47)Viendo a Biondi (50)New Jersey News (68) Wall Street Perspective

8:00 (2)●

GOOD TIMES (4)

● CPO SHARKEY (5)The Crosswits (7)The Bionic Woman (Part II) George Maharis, guest (9)In Search of Ancient Mysteries: Rod Serling, narrator (R) (11)Movie: “Beachhead” (1954). Tony Curtis, Frank Lovejoy, Mary Murphy, Eduard Franz. Small but lean, atmospheric war drama of South Pacific. Pretty good, considering (13)Wonder Anew: The 1975 Christmas Festival held at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota (R) (21)In Performance at Wolf Trap (R) (25)Afro‐American Perspective (31)

●ALL ABOUT TV (47)Con Chucho Avellanet (50) ●

BASKETBALL: Seton Hall vs. Fairfield

8:30 (2)The Jeffersons (4)The McLean Stevenson Show (5)Mery Griffin (25)Crockett's Victory Garden (R) (41)La Criada Bien Criada (68)Movie

9:00 (2)Movie: “Cahill, U.S. Marshal” (1973). John Wayne, George Kennedy. Like it says (4)

● SIROTA'S COURT (7)

● BARETTA: Samantha Eggar, guest (9)It Takes a Thief (13)

● GREAT PERFORMANCES: “Christmas Chester Mystery Plays.” Hal Holbrook, host. Tom Courtenay, Michael Hordern. An interpretation of some wellknown tales from both the Old and New Testaments (21) ●

WRESTLING: Lehigh University vs. California State Polytech (25)Masterpiece Theater (R) (31)Woman (R) (41)Noches Tapatias (47)Mariana De La Noche

9:30 (4) ●

THE PRACTICE (31)In and Out of Focus (41)Lo Imperdonable

10:00 (4)The Quest: John Ireland, guest (5, 11, 41) News (7)Charlie's Angels: Andra Akers, Dick Sargent, guests (9)New York Report (31)The Urban Challenge (47) Un Extrano En Nuestras Vidas (50)New Jersey News (68)Eleventh Hour

10:30 (9)Meet the Mayors (13) ●

THE MUSIC OF CHRISTMAS (R) (31)News of New York (R) (47)News (50)Fireside Kitchen (R)

11:00 (2, 4, 7, 41)News (5)Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (9)Topper (11)The Odd Couple (13)

●MOVIE: “Black Orpheus” (1959). Breno Mello, Marpessa Dawn. Orpheus and Euridice in carnival Rio Haunting, dazzlingly beautiful and simply must be seen in color (47)Esto No Tiene Nombre (68)Wall Street Perspective

11:15 (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (Time approximate) (R)

11:30 (2)Movie: “Dirty Dingus Magee” (1970). Frank Sinatra, George Kennedy. A Western about a slippery crook (4)The Tonight Show (5)Love, American Style (7)The Rookies (R) (9) ●

MOVIE: “Saboteur” (1942). Robert Cummings. Priscilla Lane, Otto and Alma Kruger, Norman Lloyd. Twisty, gripping cross‐country chase and Hitchcock to the hilt, with marvelous climax. Dig opening smoke with credits (11)The Honeymooners (41)Cinema 41

12:00 (11)Burns and Allen Show (47)Su Futuro Es El Presente

12:30 (5) ●MOVIE: “Passport to Pimlico” (1949). Stanley Holloway, Margaret Rutherford. British humor at its most delightful, if not cut to mincemeat as before (7)TV Movie: “The Werewolf of Woodstock.” Michael Parks, Meredith Macrae. A man is turned into a werewolf by an electrical storm (R) (11)The F.B.I.

12:45 (13)Captioned ABC News

1:00 (4) Tomorrow

1:30 (2) ● MOVIE: “The Shop Around the Corner” (1940). James Stewart, Margaret Sullavan, Frank Morgan, Joseph Schildkraut. Perfectly delightful, with real charm, real people. And exquisitely directed by Ernst Lubitsch (9)Joe Franklin Show (11)News

2:00 (4)Movie: “Gladiators Seven” (1964). Richard Harrison, Lorendana Nusoiak. Like it says (5)Outer Limits (7)Movie: “Captain Pirate” (1953). Louis Hayward, Patricia Medina

2:30 (9)News

3:28 (2)With Jeanne Parr (R)

3:45 (7)News

3:58 (2)Movie: “Tenth Avenue Angel” (1948). Margaret O'Brien, George Murphy, Angela Lansbury. A little child named Cupid. Count sheep instead

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23

Morning

6:10 (2)News (7)Listen and Learn

6:20 (5)News

6:26 (5)Friends

6:30 (2)1976 Sunrise Semester (4)Knowledge (5)Withit (11)Felix the Cat

6:40 (7)News

7:00 (2) CBS Morning News (4)Today (5)Rin Tin Tin (7)Good Morning America (11)The Little Rascals

7:05 (13)Yoga for Health

7:30 (5)The Flintstones (9)News (11) The Banana Splits (13)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (R)

8:00 (2)Captain Kangaroo (5)Bugs Bunny (9)Medix: The Shape Your Stomach's In” (11)Josie and the Pussy cats (13)Villa Alegre

8:30 (5)The Monkees (9)The Joe Franklin Show (11)Magilla Gorilla (13)Mister Rogers

9:00 (2)To Tell the Truth (4)Not for Women Only: “Divine, Delicious and Good for You, Too” (R) (5)The Brady Bunch (7)AM New York (11)The Munsters (13)Sesame Street

9:30 (2)With Jeanne Parr (4) Concentration (5)Partridge Family (9)Lassie (11)The Addams Family

10:00 (2)The Price Is Right (4)Sanford and Son (R) (5)Andy Griffith (7)Movie: “The Christmas Tree” (Part I). (1969). Virna Lisi, William Holden, Brook Fuller. A loving father, his dying little son. Well‐aimed but rambling and glum, glum (9)Romper Room (11)Get Smart (13)The Adventures of Timothy Pilgrim (Part IV)

10:30 (4)Hollywood Squares (5) I Love Lucy (11) I Dream of Jeannie (13)The Fables of Jean De La Fontein (Part IV)

11:00 (2)Double Dare (4)Wheel of Fortune (5)Movie: “Larceny, Inc.” (1942). Edward G. Robinson, Jane Wyman, Broderick Crawford. Tongue‐incheek crime caper. Entertaining but should have been better (9)Straight Talk (11)Good Day! (13)People Tales: Three films featuring people in strange situations

11:30 (2)Love of Life (4)Stumpers (7)Happy Days (R) (11)The 700 Club

11:55 (2)CBS News: Douglas Edwards

Afternoon

12:00 (2)Young and the Restless (4) 50 Grand Slam (7)The Don Ho Show (9)News (13) ●

GREAT ZOOS OF THE WORLD: “The London Zoo” (31)The Electric Company

12:30 (2)Search for Tomorrow (4)The Gong Show (7)All My Children (9) Phil Donahue Show (11)News (13)The Electric Company (31)Villa Alegre

12:55 (4)NBC News: Edwin Newman

1:00 (2)Tattletales (4)Somerset (5)Midday! (7)Ryan's Hope (11)Suburban Closeup (R) (13)Vision On (R) (31)Sesame Street

1:30 (2)As the World Turns (4)Days of Our Lives (7)Family Feud (9)Celebrity Revue (11)Overseas Mission (13)Wonder Anew (R)

2:00 (7)$20,000 Pyramid (11)The Magic Garden (31)Mister Rogers

2:25 (5)News

2:30 (2)The Guiding Light (4)The Doctors (5)Mickey Mouse Club (7)One Life to Live (9)Take Kerr (11)Bozo the Clown (13)A Polish Christmas (31)In Performance at Wolf Trap (R)

2:35 (9)Movie: “Comanche Territory” (1950). Macdonald Carey, Maureen O'Hara. Unstartling and okay

3:00 (2)All in the Family (R) (4)Another World (5)Lost in Space (11) Popeye (13)Fireside Kitchen

3:15 (7)General Hospital

3:30 (2)Match Game '76 (11)Magilla Gorilla (13)How the Animals Discovered Christmas (R) (31)Masterpiece Theater (R)

3:45 (13)Christmas in the Village (R)

4:00 (2)Dinah! (4)Marcus Welby, M.D. (R) (5)Bugs Bunny (7)The Edge of Night (9)Movie: “Six Bridges to Cross” (1955). Tony Curtis, George Nader, Julie Adams, Sal Mineo. Pretty good crime melodrama, fine Boston (11)The Banana Splits (13)Villa Alegre

4:30 (5)The Flintstones (7)Movie: “A Pocketful of Miracles” (Part I) (1961). Glenn Ford, Bette Davis, Hope Lange, Peter Falk. Runyon's guys and dolls, with some Frank Capra gleams. But can't touch his old “Lady For a Day.” The surprise here Is a zingy Hope (11) Mighty Mouse (13)Sesame Street (R)

5:00 (2)Mike Douglas (4)News: Two Hours (11) Jackson Five and Friends (31)Getting (R)

5:30 (5)The Partridge Family (11) Batman (13) Mister Rogers (R) (31)The Electric Company

Evening

6:00 (2, 7, 41)News (5)Brady Bunch (9)Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (11) Star Trek (13)The Electric Company (R) (21, 50) Zoom (Captioned) (R) (25)Mister Rogers (31)Once Upon a Classic (R) (68)Uncle Floyd

6:30 (2)News (5) I Love Lucy (13)Zoom (R) (21)Executive's Roundtable (25)The Electric Company (31)Agronsky at Large (47)La Indomable (50)Fireside Kitchen (R) (68)Peyton Place

7:00 (2)News: Walter Cronkite (4)News: John Chancellor, David Brinkley (5)My Three Sons (7)News: Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters (9)Bowling for Dollars (11)The Odd Couple (13) ●

THE GOODIES: British Comedy Series (21)Getting On (25)Zoom (31)Brooklyn College Presents (41)Barata De Primavera (50) MacNeil/Lehrer Report (68)Journey to Adventure

7:30 (2)New Treasure Hunt (4)Wild Kingdom: “Realm of the Rhea” (5)Adam‐12 (7)Hollywood Squares (9)Liar's Club (11)Movie: “The Bells of St. Mary's” (1945). Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman. Only one Ingrid Bergman, ditto Bing, but this gets slicker and slicker every time (13) ●

THE MACNEIL/ LEHRER REPORT (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (25)Agronsky at Large (31)News of New York (41)Super Show Goya (47)Tres Patines (50)New Jersey News (68)Wall Street Perspective

8:00 (2) ●

THE WALTONS (4) ●

DOUG HENNING'S WORLD OF MAGIC: Michael Landon, host. Joey Heatherton, guest. Live performance of his latest illusions (5)The Crosswits (7)Welcome Back, Kotter (9) ●

HOCKEY: Rangers vs. Boston Bruins (13) ●

MASTERPIECE THEATER: “Five Red Herrings” (Episode One) (R) (21)Consumer Survival Hit (R) (25)Black Perspective on the News (31)In Performance at Wolf Trap (R) (47)Noche De Gala (80) ●

NEW JERSEY NEWS: SPECIAL REPORT

8:30 (5)Mery Griffin (7) ●

BARNEY MILLER (21)Great Composers (R) (25)The Way It Was (41)La Hora De Carmita (50)Anyone for Tennyson? (68)The Joy of Christmas

9:00 (2)Hawaii Five‐O (4) ●

BEST SELLERS: “Once an Eagle” (Chapter Five) (7) ●

THE TONY RANDALL SHOW (13) ●

VISIONS: “The Phantom of the Open Hearth” (R) (21)It Happened on Long Island (25)The Thin Edge (47)Mariana de La Noche (50)A Christmas Celebration

9:30 (7)

●THE NANCY WALKER SHOW (31)Great Performances (41)Lo imperdonable (50)The Music of Christmas (68)Gerald Derstine Shares

10:00 (2)Barnaby Jones (4)Gibbsville: Jack Aranson, guest (5, 11, 41) News (7)The Streets of San Francisco (31)In Performance at Wolf Trap (47)Un Extrano En Nuestras Vidas (50)New Jersey News (68)Eleventh Hour

10:30 (9)Rex Humbard from the Holy Land (13)Inside Albany (21)Long Island Newsinagazine (R) (47)News (50)Jeanne Wolf with

11:00 (2, 4, 7, 41) News (5)Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (11)The Odd Couple (13) ●

MOVIE: “Beauty and the Beast” (1946). Jean Marais, Josette Day. Lovely, shimmering fairy tale from Jean Cocteau. One of his best (47)El Show de Tommy (68)Wall Street Perspec tive

11:30 (2)Kojak (R) (4)The Tonight Show (5)Love, American Style (7)The Streets of San Francisco (R) (9)Racing from Yonkers (21)Lilias, Yoga and You (R) (11)The Honeymooners

(41)Cinema 41

12:00 (9)Movie: “Silent Night, Lonely Night” (1969). Lloyd Bridges, Carrie Snodgress, Shirley Jones. Two lonely adults on Christmas Eve (11)Burns and Allen Show (47)Su Futuro Es El Presente

12:30 (2)Movle: “They Call Me Trinity” (1972). Farley Granger, Terence Hill. Cowboy and cattle‐rustling (5)Movie: “Mother Wore Tights” (1947). Betty Grable, Dan Dailey. Sweet old bon??n, and oozy (11)The F.B.I. (13)Captioned ABC News

1:00 (4)Tomorrow

1:30 (11) News

1:45 (7)Movie: “The Early Bird” (1965). Norman Wisdom, Edward Chadman. Milkman stands up for his rights. British

2:00 (4)Movie: “I Monster” (1972). Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing

2:20 (2) ● MOVIE: “Pride and Prejudice” (1940). Greer Gerson, Laurence Olivier, Mary Boland, Edmund Gwenn, Edna May Oliver. And perfection

2:30 (9)News

2:47 (5)One Step Beyond

3:22 (5)Hitchcock Presents

3:45 (7)News

4:41 (2) With Jeanne Parr (R)

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24

Morning

6:10 (2)News (7)Listen and Learn (R)

6:20 (5)News

6:26 (5)Friends

6:30 (2)1976 Sunrise Semester (4)Knowledge (5)Withit (11)Felix the Cat

6:40 (7)News

7:00 (2)CBS Morning News (4)Today (5)Rin Tin Tin (7)Good Morning, America (11)The Little Rascals

7:05 (13)Yoga for Health

(5)The Flintstones (9)News (11)The Banana Splits (13)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (R)

8:00 (2)Captain Kangaroo (5)Bugs Bunny (9)The Jimmy Swaggart Show (11)Funky Phantom (13)Villa Alegre

8:30 (5)The Monkees (9)The Joe Franklin Show (11)Magilla Gorilla (13)Mister Rogers

8:00 (2)To Tell The Truth (4)Not for Women Only: “Divine, Delicious and Good for You, Too” (R) (5)The Brady Bunch (7)AM New York (11)The Munsters (13)Sesame Street

9:30 (2)With Jeanne Parr (4)Concentration (5)Partridge Family (8)Lassie (11)The Addams Family

10:00 (2)The Price Is Right (4)Sanford and Son (R) (5)Andy Griffith (7)Movie: “The Christmas Tree” (Part II) (1969). William Holden, Virna Lisi, Brook Fuller. A loving father, his dying little son. Well‐aimed but rambling and glum, glum (9)Romper Room (11)Get Smart (13)The Adventures of Timothy Pilgrim (Part V)

10:30 (4)Hollywood Squares (5) I Love Lucy (11) I Dream of Jeannie (13)The Fables of Jean De La Fontaine (Part V)

11:00 (2)Double Dare (4)Wheel of Fortune (5)

● MOVIE: “Come to the Stable” (1949). Loretta Young, Celeste Holm, Hugh Marlowe, Thomas Gomez, Elsa Lanchester. Two enterprising nuns. Bit coy but brightly entertaining (9)Straight Talk (11)Good Day! (13)How the Animals Discovered Christmas (R)

11:15 (13)Christmas in the Village (R)

11:30 (2)Love of Life (4)Stumpers (7)Happy Days (R) (11)700 Club (13)A Christmas Celebration

11:55 (2)News: Douglas Edwards

Afternoon

12:00 (2) The ??oung and Resuess (4)50 Grand Slam (7)The Don Ho Show (9)The City That Forgot About Christmas (13)The Music of Christmas (31)The Electric Company (R)

12:30 (2)Search for Tomorrow (4)The Gong Show (7)All My Children (9)The Three Musketeers (Animated) (11)News (13)The Electric Company (31)Villa Alegre

12:55 (4)NBC News (5)News

1:00 (2)The Tattletales (4)Somerset (5)Midday! (7)Ryan's Hope (11)Black Pride (R) (13)The Black Tulip (Episode III) (31)Sesame Street

1:30 (2)As the World Turns (4)Days of Our Lives (7)Family Feud (11)Pulpit and People (13)Visions (R)

2:00 (7)The $20,000 Pyramid (9)Silent Night (Animated) (11) ● FOOTBALL: 39th Annual Blue‐Tray Football Classic from Montgomery, Alabama (31)Mister Rogers

2:25 (5)News

2:30 (2)The Guiding Light (4)The Doctors (5)Mickey Mouse Club (7)One Life to Live (9)Take Kerr (31)Consumer Survival Kit (R)

2:35 (9)Movie: “Blockheads” (1938). Laurel and Hardy. And how we love 'em

3:00 (2)All in the Family (R) (4)Another World (5)Lost in Space (13)Masterpiece Theater (R) (31)Woman (R)

3:15 (7)General Hospital

3:30 (2)Match Game '76 (31)Kup's Show

4:00 (2)Dinah! (4)Marcus Welby M.D. (R) (5)Bugs Bunny (7)The Edge of Night (9)Movie: “Gunga Din” (1939). Gary Grant, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Victor McLaglen. Plenty of both, period (13)Villa Alegre

4:30 (5)The Flintstones (7)Movie: “A Pocketful of Miracles” (Part II). Glenn Ford, Bette Davie, Hope Lange, Peter Falk. Runyon's guys and dolls, with some Frank Capra gleams. But can't touch his old “Lady for a Day.” The surprise here is zingy Hope (13)Sesame Street (R)

5:00 (2)Mike Douglas (4)News: Two Hours (11)Jackson Five and Friends

5:30 (5)The Partridge Family (11)Batman (13)Mister Rogers (R) (31)The Electric Company

Evening

6:00 (2, 7, 41) News (5)The Brady Bunch (9)Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (11)Star Trek (13)Electric Company (R) (21, 50)Zoom (25)Mister Rogers (31)University Broadcast Lab (68)Uncle Floyd

6:30 (5) I Love Lucy (13)Zoom (Captioned) (R) (21)EI Espanol Con Gusto (R) (25)The Electric Company (31)Brooklyn College Presents (47)La Indomable (50)Villa Alegre(68)Peyton Place

7:00 (2)News: Walter Cronkite (4)News: John Chancellor. David Brinkley. (5)My Three Sons (7)News: Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters (9)Bowling for Dollars (11)The Odd Couple (13)Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe: “Stark Treachery” (R) (21)Woman (R) (25)Zoom (31)On the Job (R) (41)Barata De Primavera (50)The MacNeil/Lehrer Report (68) Journey to Adventure

7:30 (2)

● JERRY AND LISA: Two clowns put on a magic show (R) (4)$100,000 Name That Tune (5)Adam 12 (7)The Gong Show (R) (9)Liar's Club (11)Dick Van Dyke Show

(13) ●THE MACNEIL/ LEHRER REPORT (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (25)LLeaiving, Loving and Learning (31)News of New York (41)Aqui Esta... Leopoldo Fernandez (47)Tres Muchachas De Hoy (50)New Jersey News (68) Wall Street Perspective

8:00 (2)

● THE HOMECOMING ‐A CHRISTMAS STORY: Patricia Neal, Richard Thomas, Edgar Bergen, William Windom. Christmas Eve for a mountain family during the Depression (R) (4)Sanford and Son (5)The Crosswits (7)Donny and Marie (9)Movie: “We're No Angels” (1955). Humprhey Bogart, Aldo. Ray, Peter Ustinov. Three convicts play Mister Fixit to civilian family. Talky and elephantcoy (11) ●

CHRISTAIAS CONCERT: Edward and Kim Shipley, hosts. Traditional carols and songs (13, 50) ●

WASHINGTON WEEK IN REVIEW (21, 25)Anyone for Tennyson (R) (31)Visions (R)

8:30 (4)Chico and the Man (5)Mery Griffin (13,50) ●

WALL STREET WEEK: Louis Rukeyser, host. Benjamin Zucker, executive vice president of the Precious Stones Company, guest (21)The Music of Christmas (R) (25)Consumer Survival Kit (R) (41)El Show De Roista (68)Specialty Quiz Show

9:00 (4)The Rockford Files (7) ●

MOVIE: “Yours, Mine and Ours” (1968). Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda. Two wise, winning pros, with 18 kids, make this one

(11) ●THE YULE LOG: Four hours of uninterrupted Christmas carols and traditional music

(13) ●THURBER (21)Great Performances (25)Documentary Showcase (47)Mariana de la Noche (50)Masterpiece Theater (R) (68)Jack Bilby's Talent Showcase

9:30 (31)Public Policy Forum (41)Lo Imperdonable

10:00 (2)

● NEWS SPECIAL: “On the Road With Charles Kuralt” (4)Serpico (5, 41)News (9)Garner Ted Armstrong (13) ●

A CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION (47)Un Extranci En Nuestras Vidas (50)New Jersey News (68)Eleventh Hour

10:30 (9)Journey to Adventure (13)Dateline New Jersey (21)Long Island Newsmagazine (R) (31) News of New York (R) (47)News (60)Jerseyfile

11:00 (2, 4, 7, 41) News (5)Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (9)Hour of Power Christmas Special (13) ●

MOVIE: “The Importance of Being Earnest” (1953). Joan Greenwood, Michael Redgrave, Edith Evans. Expert, delightful filming, literally, of Wilde's comedy, grand cast (21)Lilias, Yoga and You (R) (41)La Navidad Es (R) (47)Estudio 2 (50)Wonder Anew (68) Wall Street Perpective

11:30 (2) ●

CHRISTMAS EVE RELIGIOUS SPECIAL: From Graymoor Christian Unity Center, Peekskill, N.Y. (4) ●

THE SOUNDS OF CHRISTMAS EVE: Doc Severinson, host. Henry Mancini, Victor Buono, St. Charles Borromeo Church Choir, guests (5)Love, American Style (7) ●

CHRISTMAS IN NEW YORK: John Lindsay, host. Diahann Carroll, the King Sisters, the King Cousins, the Voices of East Harlem, the Ice Capades, guests (R)

12:00 (2)

CHRISTMAS EVE RELIGIOUS SERVICE: From the Grace Baptist Church, Mount Vernon, N.Y. (4.41) ●

CHRISTMAS ROME 1976: Christmas Midnight Mass from St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City (9)Movie: “A Holiday Affair” (1947). Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh, Wendell Corey. Medium (11)

● MIDNIGHT MASS: Live from St. Patrick's Cathedral (47)Su Futuro Es El Presente

12:30 (5)Movie: “The Cardinal” (1963). Tom Tryon, Carol Lynley, Romy Schneider, John Huston. Lavish, entertaining but far from profound. Best work: Huston (13)

● THE BRANDYWINE TRADITION: The life and works of the illustrator Newell Conyers Wyeth

1:00 (2) ● MOVIE: “A Christmas Carol” (1938). Reginald Owen, Gene Lockhart. Good, director plum‐pudding version by Hollywood (7) Movie: “Francis of Assisi” (1961). Bradford Dillman, Dolores Hart, Stuart Whitman. Lavish and Leaden

1:15 (4)Movie: “And Now Miguel” (1966). Guy Stockwell, Clu Gulager. Tam?? yarn, nice backgrounds, the squealy kid is awful

1:30 (9)The Joe Franklin Show

2:25 (2)With Jeanne Parr (R)

2:54 (2) ● MOVIE: “Three Godfathers” (1949). John Wayne, Pedro Armendariz, Harry Carey Jr. Typical, expert John Ford Western of outlaw trio and abandoned child

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25

Morning

(9:00) (2)Bugs Bun??y‐Roadrunner (5)The Monkees (7)Scooby Doo/Dynomutt (9)David Niven's World (11)Friends of Man

9:05 (13)Sesame Street (R)

9:30 (5)Mayberry R.F.D. (9)Magoo Premiers (11)Superman

10:00 (2)Tarzan—Lord of the Jungle (4)Speed Buggy (5) ●

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Marble Collegiate Church Choir, guests (9)Mass for Christmas Day (11)Movie: “Pippi in the South Seas” (1974). Inger Nilsson, Maria Persson. Girl rescues her father from pirates (13)Once Upon a Classic (R)

10:30 (2) Shazam/Isis (4)The Monster Squad (7)Krofft Supershow (11)Movie: “Lost in Alaska” (1952). Abbott and Costello. Tom Ewel. And how (13)Zoom (R)

11:00 (4) ●

CHRISTMAS AT THE WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL: Live coverage from Washington, D.C. (5)Soul Train (9)Movie: “Maryland” (1940). John Payne, Walter Brennan (13)A Touch of the Renaissance (R)

11:30 (2)Ark II (7)Super Friends (13)Rebop

Afternoon

12:00 (2) Fa?? A??ert (4)Land of the Lost (5)Movie: “Bowery Blitzkrieg” (1941). The East Side Kids. Take 'em or leave 'em (7)Junior Almost Anything Goes (11)Pro Football Playback (13)Mundo Real (R)

12:30 (2) ●

BASKETBALL: Chicagogs Bulls vs. Kansas City Kings (4)Muggsy (7) ●

CHRISTMAS MASS: From the Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul in Providence, Rhode Island (11)NFL Game of the Week (13)Sesame Street (R)

1:00 (4)Spint of '76: Oscar Brand, host. “Raiders at Sea” (R) (5)Movie: “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians” (1964). John Call, Leonard Hicks. Very nice one for the children, up to about age nine. Neat plot, some cute surprises (9)Movie: “Angel in My Pocket” (1969). Andy Griffith, Lee Meriwether, Kay Medford. A preacher's family. Clean, often winning and amusing but gagged‐up and formula‐flattened. Andy and Lee fine (11) ●

MOVIE: “Oklahoma!” (1955). Gordon MacRae, Shirley Jones, Charlotte Greenwood. Quick, what's the plot. It ain't got. Otherwise grand, with Chariotte leading

1:30 (4)Movie: “The Snow Queen” (1960) (Animated). Featuring the voices of Sandra Dee, Patty McCormack, Tommy Kirk, Louise Arthur

(7)● JOURNEY TO HOPE: John Raitt, narrator. A documentary on the Volunteers of America (13) ●

ST. THOMAS'S CHOIR SCHOOL

2:00 (7)Salty (R) (13) ●

GREAT PERFORMANCES: “Christmas Chester Mystery Plays”

2:30 (5)The Brady Bunch (7)

● MOVIE: “A Dog of Flanders” (1959). David Ladd, Donald Crisp, Theodore Bikel. Excellent filming of the children's classic, fine background, equally fine Ladd (Alan's son)

2:45 (4)Movie: “Small Miracle” (1973). Vittorio DeSica, Marco Della Cava. An orphan and his donkey

3:00 (2) ●

FOOTBALL: The Fiesta Bowl. University of Wyoming vs. University of Oklahoma (5) I Love Lucy (9)Movie: “Houdini” (1953). Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh. Entertaining but skin‐deep

3:30 (5)Andy Griffith (11) ●

MOVIE: “Guys and Dolls” (1955). Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, Jean Simmons, Vivian Blaine. Classy repackaging of Broadway musical with everything but the original ebullience. Jean is best (13) ●

VISIONS: “The Phantom of the Open Hearth” (R)

4:00 (4)Audubon Wildlife Theater: “Nature's Skyscrapers” (5)Adam‐12 (31)Great Performances

4:30 (4) ●

THE HEALTH FIELD: “A Gift.” The need for kidney donors (5) Mission: Impossible (7)Let's Make a Deal

5:00 (4) ●

LIFESTYLE WITH BEVERLY SILLS: “Teenagers.” Dr. Robert Gould, guest (7)Wide World of Sports (9)Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (13) ●

CINDERELLA: Sergei Prokofiev's interpretation of the children's tale. Performed by the Columbia City Ballet (31)Dance in America

5:30 (5)The $128,000 Question

Evening

6:00 (2) World of Survival (4)Kidsworld (5)Break the Bank (9) ●

MOVIE: “Miracle of Morgan's Creek” (1944). Betty Hutton, Eddie Bracken, Brilliant. One comedy that has everything (13)All Star Soccer (25)The Music of Christmas (41)Christmas from Spain (47)Tribuna Del Pueblo (50)Getting On (R)

6:30 (2)CBS News: Dan Rather (4)NBC News: John Hart (5) ●

MOVIE: “Holiday Inn” (1942). Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, Marjorie Reynolds. Good and standard, fine Irving Berlin. Once a year, why not? (7)ABC News: Ted Koppel (11)●

MOVIE: “The March of the Wooden Soldiers” (1934). Laurel and Hardy, Charlotte Henry, Felix Knight. Fine, lavish version of Herbert's musical, “Babes in Toyland” (21)Christmas on the Sidewalks of Long Island (25)Anyone for Tennyson? (R) (31, 50)Black Perspective on the News (47)La Communidad En Marcha

7:00 (2)News (4) ●

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: “Peegee.” A family visits a senile woman in a nursing home at Christmas time (7) ●

PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS: “Yes, America, There is a New York” (13)Dateline New Jersey (R) (21)Rebop (25)The American Ballet (31)On the Job (47)Lo Mejor Del Cine Espanol (50)Rebop (68)Bulgarian Program

7:30 (2)Candid Camera (R) (4) ●

FIRST ESTATE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (7) ●

INSIGHT CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (13) ●

AGRONSKY AND COMPANY (21)In Performance at Wolf Trap (R) (31)Consumer Survival Kit (50)Once Upon a Classic (R)

8:00 (2)

MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW (4) Emergency (7) Wonder Woman (9)

● MOVIE: “A Christmas Carol” (1951). Alistair Sim, Kathleen Harrison, Mervyn Johns. Good British roast‐beef Dickens, with a rather mannere, neurotic Scrooge by Sim. Heavy on the Freudian sauce (11) ●

MOVIE: “Days of Thrills and Laughter” (1961). Keystone Kops, Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy, others. Chase parts, sight gags of silent flicks. Nicely (13)Wolf Trap (R) (31)Casper Citron Interviews (41)Adventuras De Capulina (50)Crossroads to Victory (68) Yugoslav Program

8:30 (2)

BOB NEWHART SHOW (5)Peter Marshall Show: Variety. John Davidson, Susan Clark, John Byner, Maxine Nightingale, Susan Sulivan, guests (21)Visions (R) (31)Once Upon a Classic (41)Chespinto, El Capulin. Colorado (68)Armenian Show

9:00 (2)

● ALL IN THE FAMILY (4) ●

MOVIE: “Camelot” (Part I). (1973). Richard Harris, Vanessa Redgrave, Franco Nero. Stunning visually and musically, a bit cumbersome but ultimately says something. Best line: Arthur's last (7)Starsky and Hutch: Kristy McNichols, guest (13) ●

THE FIGHT AGAINST SLAVERY: “Tight Packers and Loose Packers” (R) (31) In Performance at Wolf Trap (41)Lo Mejor De Los Poli votes (47)Goranger (50)Washington's Crossing (68)Thy Kingdom Come

9:05 (50)McKonkey's Ferry (R)

9:30 (2) Alice (9)Journey to Adventure (47)Nanairo — Tongarashi (50)The Music of Christmas (R) (68)Arab World

10:00 (2) ●

THE CAROL BURNETT SHOW: Variety. “The Family Show” (5)News (7)Most Wanted (9) ●

MOVIE: “Bell, Book and Candle” (1959). James Stewart, Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon. Not‐bad witchcraft comedy with nice use of color and some fine, sideline witchery

(13)

MOVIE: “Children of Paradise” Jean‐Louis Barrault, Arletty, PierreBasseur. Paris theater folk, 19th‐century. Big and sweeping still, but seems less profound now (21)The Korean Variety Hour (31)Masterpiece Theater (41)Boxeo De Mexico (50)Visions (R) (68)Eleventh Hour

10:30 (5)Black News (11) ●

MOVIE: “Wuthering Heights” (1939). Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier. Memorable. Beware of cuts (47)News

10:45 (47)News from Japan

11:00 (2,4,7)News (5)DOLLY: Pure Prairie League, guests (47)Tokugawa Sangokushi

11:30 (4)

SATURDAY NIGHT

(5) ● MOVIE: “Fanny” (1961). Maurice Chevalier, Leslie Caron, Charles Boyer, Horst Buchholz. Grand. Not the simple, prewar gem of old Marseilles but richly atmospheric, warm and superbly played by all. Chevalier leading (7) ●

MOVIE: “White Christmas” (1954). Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Vera Ellen. Back once more and right off the assembly line. Very nice if you can stand it again (68)Nancy Harmon Love Special

11:40 (2) ● MOVIE: “Meet John Barbara Stanwyck, Edward Arnold. Interesting idea, brilliantly served Americana. We still say he should have jumped

12:00 (9) Championship Wrestling

12:30 (11) Music Hall America: Tom T. Hall, Barbara Man‐drella, Jody Miller, Ronnie Milsap, Rex Allen, Jr., Rip Taylor, guest

1:00 (4)DON KIRSHNER'S ROCK CONCERT: Poco, George Benson, George Carlin. Natural Gas, guests (9) ●

MOVIE: “The Invisible Man” (1933). Claude Rains, Henry Travers, Gloria Stuart, Ned Harrington, Una O'Connor. Man for all seasons still. Best part: the opening and the country inn

2:24 (2) ● MOVIE: “Meet Me in St. Louis” (1945). Judy Garland, Tom Drake, Margaret O'Brien, Leon Awes. Judy's lemonade punch, delectable to the lest drop

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