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Television Schedule - New York Area - September 19, 1970 · 6:51pm Jan 24th, 2019

SOURCE: New York Times (article excludes Connecticut stations)

STATIONS
NEW YORK CITY
2 WCBS-TV (CBS)
4 WNBC-TV (NBC)
5 WNYW-TV (ind.)
7 WABC-TV (ABC)
9 WOR-TV (ind.)
11 WPIX-TV (ind.)
13 WNET-TV (NET)
31 WNYC-TV (ind.)

PATERSON, N.J.
41 WXTV-TV (ind.)

LINDEN, N.J.
47 WNJU-TV (ind.)

Morning

5:30
( 4 ) Modern Farmer (COLOR)

6:00
( 4 ) Community at Large (COLOR)

6:30
( 2 ) Summer Semester (COLOR)
( 4 ) Across the Fence (COLOR)

7:00
( 2 ) 131ack Letters
( 4 ) Colonel Bleep (COLOR)
( 7 ) Project Know (COLOR)
(11) Silver Wings (COLOR)

7:30
( 2 ) Having a Ball--Exercise
( 4 ) Dodo—Cartoons (COLOR)
( 5 ) Faith to Faith
( 7 ) Davey and Goliath
(11) The Christophers

7:45
(11) Davey and Goliath (COLOR)

8:00
( 2 ) Bugs Bunny/Road Runner (COLOR)
( 4 ) Heckle and Jeckle (COLOR)
( 5 ) Top Cat (COLOR)
( 7 ) Reluctant Dragon and Mr. Toad (COLOR)
(11) Oral Roberts (COLOR)
(13) Sesame Street (COLOR)

8:30
( 4 ) Woody Woodpecker Show (COLOR)
( 5 ) The Beatles (COLOR)
( 7 ) Motormouse and AutoCat (COLOR)
( 9 ) Insight (COLOR)
(11) This Is the Life (COLOR)

8:56
( 2 ) In the Know (COLOR)

9:00
( 2 ) Sabrina and the Groovie (COLOR)
( 4 ) Tomfoolery Show (COLOR)
( 5 ) Movie—Comedy-Drama
“Bright Eyes.” (1934) The first film written and developed specifically for Shirley Temple, it stars her as an orphaned godchiled for whom an aviator becomes involved in a custody battle with a rich, elderly gentleman. During the film, she introduced the children's standard "On The Good Ship Lollipop." (90 min.)
( 7 ) Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp (COLOR)
( 9 ) Government Story (COLOR)
(11) It Is Written (COLOR)

9:30
( 7 ) The Bugaloos (COLOR)
( 9 ) Connecticut Report (COLOR)
Interview with William Cotter (D), a Congressional candidate from the first district
(11) Aprenda Ingles (COLOR)

9:56 (2) In the Know (COLOR)

10:00
( 2 ) Josie and the Pussycats (COLOR)
( 4 ) Dr. Doolittle (COLOR)
( 7 ) Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? (COLOR)
( 9 ) New Jersey Report (COLOR)
Interview with Newark Community Affairs commissioner Edward T. Hume.
(11) Continental Miniatures (COLOR)

10:30
( 2 ) Harlem Globetrotters (COLOR)
( 4 ) Pink Panther (COLOR)
( 5 ) Movie—Comedy
“Blondie.” (1939) The first of 28 adaptations of the comic strip, it stars Arthur Lake as Dagwood, who loses his job the day before he and Blondie (Penny Singleton) are set to celebrate the fifth anniversary of their wedding, (90 min.)
( 7 ) Here Come the Double-deckers (COLOR)
( 9 ) Movie—Adventure (COLOR)
“Fury of Hercules.” (1962) Hercules leads a rebellion to overthrow the evil ruler and queen of a tyrannical kingdom; the queen in particular is seeking him for his attraction to a handmaiden. Hercules; Brad Harris. Daria: Brigitte Corey. Menistus: Serge Gainsbourg.
(11) Insight (COLOR)

10:56
( 2 ) In the Know

11:00
( 2 ) Archie's Fun House (COLOR)
( 4 ) H. R. Pufnstuf (COLOR)
( 7 ) Hot Wheels (COLOR)
(11) Movie—Crime Drama
“Port of New York.” (1949) Two fedral agents, one from Customs, the other from Narcotics, are out to stop the distribution of opium that came on a ship in the port of New York but had been smuggled off by a group of drug dealers, led by the suave Yul Brynner in his film debut. (90 min.)

11:30
( 4 ) Here Comes the Grump (COLOR)
( 7 ) Sky Hawks

11:56
( 2 ) In the Know

Afternoon

12:00
( 2 ) Scooby‐Doo, Where Are You? (COLOR)
( 4 ) Hot Dog (COLOR)
( 5 ) Movie—Comedy
“Ghost Chasers” (1951) The Bowery Boys, aided by a ghost, attempt to capture a gang of groups led by a mad doctor. (60 min.)
( 7 ) The Hardy Boys (COLOR)
(11) Continental Miniatures (COLOR)
(41) Teatro Fantastico (COLOR)

12:30
( 2 ) The Monkees (COLOR)
( 4 ) Jambo (COLOR)
( 7 ) American Bandstand (COLOR)
Bill Cowsill and Bobby Bloom are the guests.
( 9 ) Burke's Law
(11) Survival

12:56
( 2 ) In the Know

1:00
( 2 ) Dastardly and Muttley (COLOR)
( 4 ) Research Project (COLOR)
“A Possible Vaccine for Cancer,” with Dr. Chester M. Southam of Sloane Kettering Institute.
( 5 ) Black News (COLOR)
(11) Burns and Allen
(13) Misterogers’ Neighbor hood (COLOR)

1:30
( 2 ) Jetsons--Cartoon (COLOR)
( 4 ) Jets Huddle (COLOR)
Kyle Rote and Weeb Ewbank
( 5 ) Black News (COLOR)
Scheduled: John A. Williams, author of “The King God Didn't Save”; Metropolitan opera singer Grace Bumbry; tennis player Arthur Ashe.
( 7 ) Islands in the Sun (COLOR)
( 9 ) Outdoors (COLOR)
(11) The Law and Mr. Jones
(13) Hodgepodge Lodge (COLOR)
(31) Eye on the Universe (COLOR)
(41) Exitos del Uno (COLOR)

2:00
( 2 ) Opportunity Line (COLOR)
Scheduled topics: The job market, advice about training, counseling and employment featuring interviews with representatives of the United Parcel Service and the State Division of Veteran Affairs. Hosts: Jim Jensen, Joan Murray.
( 4 ) Baseball (COLOR)
Chicago Cubs at Montreal Expos (Live)
( 5 ) Death Valley Days
( 7 ) Wide World of Sports (COLOR)
Scheduled: Stock car racing, finals of America's Cup Yacht races, World Professional Target Diving Championship, from Hollywood Beach, Fla.
(11) Drinkin' (COLOR)
For teenagers, facts relating to alcohol and drug use
(13) What's New? (COLOR)
(31) Major American Books

2:10
( 9 ) Baseball (COLOR)
Pirates at New York (Live)

2:15
(11) Baseball (COLOR)
Yankees at Detroit (Live)

2:30
( 2 ) The Learning Experience (COLOR)
“New Techniques in Intergroup Relations.”
( 5 ) Rifleman
(31) Eye on the Universe (COLOR)

3:00
( 2 ) The Urbanites (COLOR)
Scheduled topic: High density urban living and its effects on the personal well‐being of city dwellers; Herb Goro, author of “The Block.” (5) The Champions
(31) Humanities (COLOR)
(41) Boxing (COLOR)

3:30
( 2 ) The World Youth Forum (COLOR)
American students discuss observations on countries visited in recent European tour
( 7 ) College Football Today (COLOR)
(31) Rise of the American Nation (COLOR)

3:45
( 7 ) Football (COLOR)
Minnesota at Missouri. (Live)

4:00
( 2 ) Repertoire Workshop (COLOR)
“Who's New,” all musical review, jazz and folk sounds of Eddie Fisher and the next 100 years
( 5 ) Secret Agent
(31) Rise of the American Nation (COLOR)
(41) Bullfights (COLOR)

4:30
( 2 ) Horseracing (COLOR)
The Futurity at Belmont. (Live)

5:00
( 2 ) Movie—Western (COLOR)
“The Far Horizons.” (1955) Sprawling epic centers on the United States sending surveyors Lewis and Clark (Fred MacMurray, Charlton Heston) to chart the Louisiana Territory after it is purchased from France; they are assisted by their Shoshone guide, Sacagawea (Donna Reed). (90 min.)
( 4 ) Movie—Comedy
“Jitterbugs.” (1943) Laurel and Hardy team up with a likable con man to help a pretty singer's mother who has been taken in by swindlers. Vivian Blaine. (90 min.)
( 5 ) Man from U.N.C.L.E. (COLOR)
( 9 ) Movie—Documentary (COLOR)
“Below the Sahara.” (1953) Writer-director-narrator Armand Denis accompanies his wife Michaela on a journey through Africa. (60 min.)
(11) Movie—Documentary
“Days of Thrills and Laughter.” (1961) A profile on silent films, narrated by Jay Jackson. (120 min.)

5:30
(31) Maggie and Her Won derful Machine
(41) Lucha Libre

Evening

6:00
( 4 ) It's Academic (COLOR)
( 5 ) Big Valley (COLOR)
( 9 ) Get Smart (COLOR)
(31) Noticias (COLOR)
(47) Greek Hour (COLOR)

6:15
(31) Italian Panorama (COLOR)

6:30
( 2 ) News—Jim Jensen (COLOR)
( 4 ) NBC News—David Brinkley, Frank McGee, John Chancellor (COLOR)
( 9 ) Dick Van Dyke
(31) Urban Challenge

7:00
( 2) CBS News—Roger Mudd (COLOR)
( 4) New York Illustrated (COLOR)
“Different But Equal” explores the Women's Liberation movement; narrated by Aline Saarinen.
( 5) I Love Lucy
( 7) News (COLOR)
( 9) Sing Along With Mitch (COLOR)
(11) Movie—Musical (COLOR)
“Cream: Farewell Concert.” (1969) Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker perform live in a performance from the Royal Albert Hall in London which was recorded on November 26, 1968. (90 min.)
(31) On the Job (COLOR)
(41) Noticias (COLOR)

7:30
( 2) Mission: Impossible (COLOR)
The IMF attempt to stop a contract assassin (Robert Conrad) who bases all of the decisions he makes on random chance. (60 min.)
( 4) Andy Williams (COLOR)
Guests include Barbara Bain, Martin Landau and The Supremes, now sans Diana Ross.
( 5) The Fugitive (COLOR)
( 7) Let's Make a Deal (COLOR)
(31) NET Playhouse (COLOR)
(41) Festival de Clne (COLOR)
(47) Frente a la Vida

8:00
( 7 ) The Newlywed Game (COLOR)
( 9 ) The Avengers

8:30
( 2 ) My Three Sons (COLOR)
Dodie throws a "surprise" party for Steve and Barbara on their first wedding anniversary. Ronne Troup joins the cast as Chip's girlfriend Polly, and Doris Singleton and Norman Alden appear as her strict parents.
( 4 ) Adam‐12 (COLOR)
Malloy and Reed investigate various beatings at a plant which resulted from a loan shark operation. However, the employees refuse to talk until the son of one employee stands up to testify. An armed robber could only bring himself to steal $2, then was robbed himself.
( 5 ) Movie—Horror
“The Haunted Strangler.” (1958) A researcher investigates a notorious serial killer who was hanged 20 years earlier and seemingly becomes possessed by the long dead strangler.
( 7 ) Lawrence Welk (COLOR)
(11) Hines & Dad

9:00
( 2 ) Arnie (COLOR)
Herschel Bernardi as a loading dock worker whose work and family life get turned upside-down when he suddenly gets promoted to a high-level management position.
( 4 ) Movie—Action-Adventure (COLOR)
“P.J.” (1968) George Peppard stars as a down-on-his-luck private eye from New York who takes a bodyguard job for the mistress of a shady millionaire who has been threatened with death; he gets involved in murder and conspiracy. (120 min.)
( 9 ) Movie—Adventure (COLOR)
“Atlantis, the Lost Continent” (1961), An thony Hall, Joyce Taylor, John Dall.
(11) Chiller Theater: “Valley of the Zombies” (1946), Bob Livingston
(31) Forsyte Saga (COLOR)
(41) La Constutuclon
(47) Movie—Comedy
“Marido Ambulante.”

9:30
( 2 ) Mary Tyler Moore (COLOR)
On the rebound from a broken relationship, Mary Richards relocates to Minneapolis, where she quickly finds a new apartment, an associate producer's job at WJM-TV, and new friends.
( 7 ) Engelbert Humperdinck (COLOR)

10:00
( 2 ) Mannix (COLOR)
Mannix matches wits with a systematic psychotic killer. Guest stars Darren McGavin, Dane Clark.
( 5 ) (11) News (COLOR)
(31) The Show (COLOR)
(41) Gran Teatro Miller (COLOR)
“Tumba Para Un Foragido”

10:30
( 5 ) All American College Show (COLOR)
( 7 ) One Man Show (COLOR)
(11) Equal Time
Scheduled: “The Prob lems of the Handicapped,” a discussion with Louis Salzman, State Vocational Re habilitation Division, and others
(47) Wrestling

11:00
( 2 ) ( 4 ) ( 7 ) News (COLOR)
( 5 ) Movie—Drama
“One Potato, Two Potato.” (1964) Hotly topical film produced during the Civil Rights Movement centers on the complications resulting from a white divorcée's marriage to an African-American man. Barbara Barrie, Bernie Hamilton. (90 min.)
( 9 ) Movie—Adventure (COLOR)
“The Last Adventure.” (1967) Three down-on-their-luck losers fail while trying to pursue individual goals. Lino Ventura, Alain Delon, Joanna Shimkus. (120 min.)
(11) This Week in Pro Football
(31) Soul!
(41) Gran Teatro (COLOR)

11:30
( 2 ) Movie—Western (COLOR)
“The Tall Stranger.” (1957) An ex-Yankee officer returns form the Civil War to aid a wagon train of former Confederates as they settle in a prosperous valley marred by land-grabbing feuds and cattle rustling. Virginio Mayo, Joel McCrea. (100 min.)
( 4 ) Johnny Carson (COLOR)
( 7 ) Movie—Drama (COLOR
“Lolita.” (1962) James Mason as a college professor who develops a secret obsession with a young adolescent female. With Sue Lyon, Peter Sellers, Shelley Winters. (170 min.)
(47) Noticias

12:00
(11) Movie—Horror
“The Killer Shrews.” (1959) Low-budget creeper about a small group of people terrorized by giant voracious shrews in the midst of a hurricane on an isolated island. (90 min.)

1:00
( 4 ) Movie—Drama
“Nightmare Alley” (1947), Tyrone Power stars as a mentalist who falls from grace as a result of his lies and deceit. With Coleen Gray, Helen Walker, Joan Blondell. (120 min.)

1:10
( 2 ) News

1:15
( 2 ) Movie—Western (COLOR)
“Sign of the Pagan.” (1955), Jeff Chandler as Attila the Hun, who battles a brave centurion, a beautiful princess and Christians on his way to assuming power in the divided Roman Empire. (115 min.)

2:20
( 7 ) Movie—War
“Heroes Die Young” (1960), Scott Borland, Erika Peters star in this adaptation of the true story of a female Romanian resistance fighter helping Allied forces destroy a Nazi oil field.

3:10
( 2 ) Movie—Drama
“FBI Girl” (1951), Audrey Totter as a female FBI employee who becomes heavily involved in a government plot which involves corruption and murder. With Cesar Romero. (90 min.)

4:40
( 2 ) Movie—Drama
“Tarzan and the Trappers” (1958), Gordon Scott as the Ape Man who, after dispatching a ruthless, animal-trapping hunter, has to contend with his vengeful brother. With Eve Brent. (80 min.)

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