November 20, 2017

What's on TV: Thursday, November 25, 1965

The Minnesota State Editions aren't always my favorites, but I enjoyed this one immensely,  because of the variety in what different network affiliates decided to show. As I suggested on Saturday, there's just something about the programming today, how early it starts and how long it runs, that just makes the day seem special all day long. Of course, that turkey aroma doesn't hurt, does it?


 2   KTCA (EDUC.)

Afternoon

    5:00
CLASSROOM

    5:30
TO BE ANNOUNCED

Evening

    8:30
PRIVATE COLLEGE CONCERT

    9:00
THE PROFESSIONS

    9:30
TOWN AND COUNTRY

  10:00
WINGSPREAD

KTCA, like WDSE, doesn't begin broadcasting today until 5:00 p.m. Unlike WDSE, they don't seem to have a good idea of what they'll be showing. I wonder how many of their programs would ordinarily have been live. and aren't being broadcast due to the holiday?


 3   KDAL (DULUTH) (CBS)

Morning

    7:35
FARM AND HOME

    7:45
TREETOP HOUSE – Becker

    8:00
CAPTAIN KANGAROO

    9:00
THANKSGIVING PARADES   SPECIAL  

  11:00
PRO FOOTBALL – Colts vs. Lions   SPECIAL   COLOR 

Afternoon

    2:00
TO TELL THE TRUTH – Panel

    2:25
NEWS – Edwards

    2:30
EDGE OF NIGHT – Serial

    3:00
SECRET STORM – Serial

    3:30
NEVER TOO YOUNG – Serial

    4:00
SAMMY DAVIS   SPECIAL   COLOR 
“The Wonderful World of Children”

    5:00
YOGI BEAR – Cartoons

    5:30
NEWS – Cronkite

Evening

    6:00
NEWS

    6:30
MUNSTERS

    7:00
GILLIGAN’S ISLAND – Comedy   COLOR 

    7:30
MY THREE SONS – Comedy   COLOR 

    8:00
MOVIE – Fantasy   COLOR 
Thursday Night Movie: “Mysterious Island” (English; 1961)

  10:00
NEWS

  10:15
THE SAINT – Mystery

  11:15
CHANNEL 3 THEATER – Drama

At this point, Duluth is without an ABC affiliate; WDIO won't come on the air until January of the following year. With no CBS network programming to pose a conflict, it's not surprising that KDAL would be receptive to picking up Sammy Davis Jr.'s special The Wonderful World of Children. They also carry ABC's teen soap Never Too Young, which debuted in September and runs to June of the following year.


 4   WCCO (CBS)

Morning

    6:00
SUNRISE SEMESTER – Education

    6:30
SIEGFRIED – Children

    7:00
ALEX AND DEPUTY DAWG

    7:30
CLANCY AND COMPANY

    8:00
CAPTAIN KANGAROO

    9:00
DR. REUBEN K. YOUNGDAHL

    9:05
NEWS – Dean Montgomery

    9:30
MIKE DOUGLAS – Variety
Co-host: Shelley Winters. Guests: Juliet Prowse, Xavier Cugat

  10:00
THANKSGIVING PARADES   SPECIAL  
Joined in progress

  11:00
PRO FOOTBALL – Colts vs. Lions   SPECIAL   COLOR 

Afternoon

    2:00
NEWS

    2:15
SOMETHING SPECIAL

    2:25
WEATHER – Bud Kraehling

    2:30
EDGE OF NIGHT – Serial

    3:00
SECRET STORM – Serial

    3:30
I LOVE LUCY – Comedy

    4:00
MOVIE – Comedy
“Stop! Look! and Laugh!” (1960)

    5:30
NEWS – Cronkite

Evening

    6:00
NEWS

    6:20
DIRECTION – Religion

    6:25
WEATHER – Don O’Brien

    6:30
MUNSTERS

    7:00
GILLIGAN’S ISLAND – Comedy   COLOR 

    7:30
MY THREE SONS – Comedy   COLOR 

    8:00
MOVIE – Fantasy   COLOR 
Thursday Night Movie: “Mysterious Island” (English; 1961)

  10:00
NEWS

  10:30
MOVIE – Musical   COLOR 
“Walking My Baby Back Home” (1953)

  12:00
MOVIE – Melodrama
“Port Sinister” (1953)

Now this, had I been old enough to recognize it, would have driven me crazy - preempting the first hour of the Thanksgiving Day parades for Mike Douglas? Seriously? Yes, I know I could just have turned over to NBC to watch the Macy's parade; and yes, I understand that there may well be a contractural reason why WCCO had or felt compelled to bypass the parades for Mike. I don't care - it's still utterly ridiculous.


 5   KSTP (NBC)

Morning

    6:00
THANKSGIVING SPECIAL   SPECIAL   COLOR 

    6:30
CITY AND COUNTRY   COLOR 

    7:00
TODAY   COLOR 
Guests: Michael Dyne, Frank Jenkins

    9:00
THANKSGIVING PARADE   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  11:00
UNDERDOG   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  11:30
LET’S PLAY POST OFFICE – Game   COLOR 

  11:55
NEWS – McGee

Afternoon

  12:00
NEWS AND WEATHER   COLOR 

  12:15
DIALING FOR DOLLARS – Game   COLOR 

  12:30
COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Oklahoma vs. Nebraska   SPECIAL   COLOR 

    3:30
PRO FOOTBALL – Bills vs. Chargers   SPECIAL   COLOR 

Evening

    6:30
NEWS   COLOR 

    7:00
DIALING FOR DOLLARS   COLOR 

    7:30
MUSIC BY COLE PORTER   SPECIAL   COLOR 
Guests: Maurice Chevalier, Robert Goulet, Nancy Ames, Peter Gennaro

    8:30
MONA McCLUSKY – Comedy   COLOR 

    9:00
DEAN MARTIN   COLOR 
Guests: Milton Berle, Lisa Kirk, Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, Xavier Cugat, Charo and Company, Windsor Boys Choral Group, Ronnie Demarco

  10:00
NEWS   COLOR 

  10:30
JOHNNY CARSON   COLOR 

  12:15
MOVIE – Science Fiction
“Day the World Ended” (1956)

The "Thanksgiving Special" on at 6:00 a.m. is a half-hour of recorded hymns played by longtime KSTP host David Stone, a member of the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame. You can read about him here. He's also in the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.


 6   WDSM (DULUTH) (NBC)

Morning

    7:00
TODAY   COLOR 
Guests: Michael Dyne, Frank Jenkins

    9:00
THANKSGIVING PARADE   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  11:00
UNDERDOG   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  11:30
BEN CASEY – Drama

Afternoon

  12:30
COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Oklahoma vs. Nebraska   SPECIAL   COLOR 

    3:30
PRO FOOTBALL – Bills vs. Chargers   SPECIAL   COLOR 

Evening

    6:30
DANIEL BOONE   COLOR 

    7:30
MUSIC BY COLE PORTER   SPECIAL   COLOR 
Guests: Maurice Chevalier, Robert Goulet, Nancy Ames, Peter Gennaro

    8:30
MONA McCLUSKY – Comedy   COLOR 

    9:00
DEAN MARTIN   COLOR 
Guests: Milton Berle, Lisa Kirk, Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, Xavier Cugat, Charo and Company, Windsor Boys Choral Group, Ronnie Demarco

  10:00
NEWS   COLOR 

  10:30
JOHNNY CARSON   COLOR 

Underdog premiered on NBC in 1964, and 1965 marked the first appearance of the famed balloon at Macy's Thanksgiving parade. To piggyback off of the appearance, NBC is running a special Underdog cartoon today, in which "Underdog tries to thwart Simon Barsinister's plot to destroy Thanksgiving Day."


 6   KMMT (AUSTIN) (ABC)

Morning

  10:00
YOUNG SET – Discussion
Guests: Gloria Swanson, Budd Shulberg

  11:00
DONNA REED – Comedy

  11:30
FATHER KNOWS BEST

Afternoon

  12:00
BEN CASEY – Drama

    1:00
NURSES – Serial

    1:30
A TIME FOR US – Serial

    1:55
NEWS – Marlene Sanders

    2:00
GENERAL HOSPITAL – Serial

    2:30
YOUNG MARRIEDS – Serial

    3:00
NEVER TOO YOUNG – Serial

    3:30
WHERE THE ACTION IS
Guests: Bobby Vee, Len Barry

    4:00
SAMMY DAVIS   SPECIAL   COLOR 
“The Wonderful World of Children”

    5:00
CAPTAIN ATOM – Children

    5:30
RIFLEMAN – Western

Evening

    6:00
NEWS – Peter Jennings

    6:10
NEWS, SPORTS, WEATHER

    6:30
SHINDIG – Music
Guests: Len Barry, Ian Whitcomb, Glen Cambpell, Dodie Marshall, Bobby Sherman, the Welingtons

    7:00
DONNA REED – Comedy

    7:30
O.K. CRACKERBY! – Comedy   COLOR 

    8:00
BEWITCHED – Comedy

    8:30
PEYTON PLACE – Drama

    9:00
FIRST LADY’S TOUR   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  10:00
NEWS

  10:30
UNTOUCHABLES – Drama

  11:30
NEWS

In a day that's packed with specials, ABC is almost the odd man out; no parades, no football, just Sammy Davis Jr. in the afternoon and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson at 9:00 p.m., touring parts of Washington, D.C. that were targeted for improvement as part of her program to beautify America.


 7   KCMT (ALEX) (NBC, ABC)

Morning

    7:00
TODAY   COLOR 
Guests: Michael Dyne, Frank Jenkins

    9:00
THANKSGIVING PARADE   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  11:00
PRO FOOTBALL – Colts vs. Lions   SPECIAL   COLOR 

Afternoon

    1:30
COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Oklahoma vs. Nebraska   SPECIAL  
Joined in progress

    3:30
PRO FOOTBALL – Bills vs. Chargers   SPECIAL   COLOR 

Evening

    6:30
DANIEL BOONE   COLOR 

    7:30
MUSIC BY COLE PORTER   SPECIAL   COLOR 
Guests: Maurice Chevalier, Robert Goulet, Nancy Ames, Peter Gennaro

    8:30
MONA McCLUSKY – Comedy   COLOR 

    9:00
DEAN MARTIN   COLOR 
Guests: Milton Berle, Lisa Kirk, Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, Xavier Cugat, Charo and Company, Windsor Boys Choral Group, Ronnie Demarco

  10:00
NEWS

  10:30
SKI SCENE – Sports

  10:45
FUGITIVE – Drama

  11:45
UNEXPECTED – Drama

Had I not seen this with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed it; even now, holding the issue in my hands and looking at the listings, I can't be sure there isn't some kind of mistake. KCMT, Channel 7, the station that routinely preempted the second half of football doubleheaders while I lived in The World's Worst Town™, the station that always seemed to have a good reason for not carrying NBC programming, not only has both of NBC's football games, they're also picking up the CBS broadcast of the early game. I've never seen KCMT pick up a CBS program before - well, maybe once in six years, but still. Of course, they don't carry Tonight yet, but Rome wasn't built in a day. I tell you, it was worth it getting this issue just to see this. Excuse me, I have to go back and read it again.


 8   WDSE (DULUTH) (EDUC.)

Afternoon

    5:00
CLASSROOM

    5:30
BOOK BEAT – Mari Sandoz

Evening

    6:00
COLLEGIUM STRING QUARTET

    6:30
WHAT’S NEW – Children

    7:00
U.N. DAY CONCERT – Music   SPECIAL  

    8:45
FILM SHORT

    9:00
THE PROFESSIONS

    9:30
TOWN AND COUNTRY

That taped U.N. Day concert at 7:00 p.m. has a fantastic lineup, if you like classical music: Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic, with soloists Martina Arroyo, Regina Resnik, Jon Vickers, and Justino Diaz. Trust me, those are very big names.


 9   KMSP (ABC)

Morning

    7:30
MY LITTLE MARGIE – Comedy

    8:00
RILEY ‘ROUND THE TOWN

    8:30
GRANDPA KEN – Children

    9:00
ROMPER ROOM – Miss Betty

  10:00
YOUNG SET – Discussion
Guests: Gloria Swanson, Budd Shulberg

  11:00
ELEVENTH HOUR – Drama

Afternoon

  12:00
BEN CASEY – Drama

    1:00
NURSES – Serial

    1:30
A TIME FOR US – Serial

    1:55
NEWS – Marlene Sanders

    2:00
GENERAL HOSPITAL – Serial

    2:30
YOUNG MARRIEDS – Serial

    3:00
NEVER TOO YOUNG – Serial

    3:30
WHERE THE ACTION IS
Guests: Bobby Vee, Len Barry

    4:00
SAMMY DAVIS   SPECIAL   COLOR 
“The Wonderful World of Children”

    5:00
NEWS – Peter Jennings

    5:30
LEAVE IT TO BEAVER – Comedy

Evening

    6:00
STINGRAY – Children   COLOR 

    6:30
SHINDIG – Music
Guests: Len Barry, Ian Whitcomb, Glen Cambpell, Dodie Marshall, Bobby Sherman, the Welingtons

    7:00
DONNA REED – Comedy

    7:30
O.K. CRACKERBY! – Comedy   COLOR 

    8:00
BEWITCHED – Comedy

    8:30
PEYTON PLACE – Drama

    9:00
FIRST LADY’S TOUR   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  10:00
NEWS

  10:30
GALLANT MEN – Drama

  11:30
MAVERICK – Western

I don't know that I would have described Stingray as "Children" - I think I would have opted for "Puppets." I admit it; I thought those were fun when I was a kid.


10  KROC (ROCHESTER) (NBC)

Morning

    7:00
TODAY   COLOR 
Guests: Michael Dyne, Frank Jenkins

    9:00
THANKSGIVING PARADE   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  11:00
UNDERDOG   SPECIAL   COLOR 

  11:30
LET’S PLAY POST OFFICE – Game   COLOR 

  11:55
NEWS – McGee

Afternoon

  12:00
NEWS

  12:15
SHOW AND TELL – Mary Bea

  12:30
COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Oklahoma vs. Nebraska   SPECIAL   COLOR 

    3:30
PRO FOOTBALL – Bills vs. Chargers   SPECIAL   COLOR 

Evening

    6:30
DANIEL BOONE   COLOR 

    7:30
MUSIC BY COLE PORTER   SPECIAL   COLOR 
Guests: Maurice Chevalier, Robert Goulet, Nancy Ames, Peter Gennaro

    8:30
MONA McCLUSKY – Comedy   COLOR 

    9:00
DEAN MARTIN   COLOR 
Guests: Milton Berle, Lisa Kirk, Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, Xavier Cugat, Charo and Company, Windsor Boys Choral Group, Ronnie Demarco

  10:00
NEWS

  10:30
JOHNNY CARSON   COLOR 

You might have noticed Xavier Cugat earlier today with Mike Douglas. No word on whether or not his wife, Charo, appeared with him there as well.

11  WTCN (IND.)

Morning

    9:15
NEWS

    9:30
MOVIE – Comedy
“Have Rocket, Will Travel” (1959)

  10:55
NEWS – Gil Amundson

  11:00
DONNA REED – Comedy

  11:30
FATHER KNOWS BEST

Afternoon

  12:00
LUNCH WITH CASEY – Children

  12:45
KING AND ODIE – Cartoons

    1:00
MOVIE – Fantasy
"The Fabulous World of Jules Verne" (Czech; 1959)

    2:45
MEL’S NOTEBOOK – Interview

    3:00
GIRL TALK – Panel
Guests: Monique Van Vooren, Selma Diamond, Lynda Gloria

    3:30
BACHELOR FATHER – Comedy

    4:00
POPEYE AND PETE – Children

    4:30
CASEY AND ROUNDHOUSE

    5:15
ROCKY AND FRIENDS   COLOR 

    5:30
HAVE GUN – WILL TRAVEL

Evening

    6:00
DEATH VALLEY DAYS – Drama   COLOR 

    6:30
BOLD JOURNEY – Travel

    7:00
WILD CARGO – Travel   COLOR 

    7:30
AMERICAN WEST – Travel   COLOR 

    8:00
MOVIE – Drama
“Mission over Korea” (1953)

    9:30
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

  10:00
MOVIE – Western   COLOR 
“The Road to Denver” (1955)

  12:00
AMOS ‘N’ ANDY – Comedy
Time approximate

Have Rocket, Will Travel is one of two Three Stooges movies being shown today; the other is Stop, Look and Laugh on Channel 4. I don't know about you, but I think the Three Stooges make a pretty good choice for kids to watch while the adults are watching football.


12  KEYC (MANKATO) (CBS)

Morning

    7:30
NEWS – Mike Wallace

    7:55
FILM SHORT

    8:00
CAPTAIN KANGAROO

    9:00
THANKSGIVING PARADES   SPECIAL  

  11:00
PRO FOOTBALL – Colts vs. Lions   SPECIAL   COLOR 

Afternoon

    2:00
TO TELL THE TRUTH – Panel

    2:25
NEWS – Edwards

    2:30
EDGE OF NIGHT – Serial

    3:00
SECRET STORM – Serial

    3:30
TAKE 12 – Bob Gardner

    4:00
BART’S CLUBHOUSE

    4:30
ROCKY AND HIS FRIENDS

    4:45
BART’S CLUBHOUSE

    5:00
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND

    5:30
NEWS – Cronkite

Evening

    6:00
NEWS

    6:30
MUNSTERS

    7:00
GILLIGAN’S ISLAND – Comedy   COLOR 

    7:30
MY THREE SONS – Comedy   COLOR 

    8:00
MOVIE – Fantasy   COLOR 
Thursday Night Movie: “Mysterious Island” (English; 1961)

  10:00
NEWS

  10:30
MOVIE – Satire
“The Mouse That Roared” (English; 1959)

Mysterious Island is the second of two movies involving Jules Verne (good day for theme movies, isn't it?) - this one is based on the book by Verne, which is a sequel to Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and reunites us with Captain Nemo. The other film, The Fabulous World of Jules Verne, was the matinee movie on Channel 11.

9 comments:

  1. Bills-Chargers was a solid late afternoon game for 1965 Thanksgiving (first year that NBC carried the AFL). During yesterday's Bills-Chargers game with the score 54-24 (near the merciful end of the game), one announcer did make the statement that this score resembled an original AFL game. Nice to hear recognition for the colorful league of my youth.

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  2. Just to show you that I'm a sport, I gave the Thursday listings in my Chicago edition another once-over; as it turns out, there were a few odds and ends:

    - At 8pm, WGN-channel 9 is running a syndicated Color special: Family Night With Horace Heidt.
    Horace Heidt was a popular Big Band leader from a generation or two before; I'm guessing this may have been a pilot for a proposed comeback, a la Lawrence Welk.
    The emphasis was on music: there was a jam called "Hot Lips" featuring Al Hirt, Red Nichols, and Pete Candoli.
    Also appearing was Mary Ford, apparently just after her split with Les Paul; no idea what she was going to do, though.

    - Meanwhile on WTTW-channel 11 (still "Educational TV"), they'e got a three-hour BBC film production of Hamlet, filmed on location in Elsinore, Denmark (with the full cooperation of that nation's Royal Family). Cast included Christopher Plummer as Hamlet, Robert Shaw as King Claudius, and as Horatio, the then just-starting-out Michael Caine
    I think that NET (as it was then known) was syndicating this to its more well-off stations.

    - But truth to tell, the one I noticed here just ran on MeTV a few early mornings ago: A first run (then, anyway) episode of My Three Sons, just arrived on CBS and newly in color.
    The episode was called "My Son, The Ballerina": Robbie takes ballet lessons in order to impress a sweet, pretty, good-natured would-be ballerina.
    The stern Russian ballet mistress was played, naturally, by Jeanette Nolan, who was between mountaineer women that week.
    But what I got a boot out of was the sweet young ballerina: Sharon Farrell, who even at that early stage of her long career was usually playing more vixenish types.
    That's why they call it acting, I guess ...

    - The next night, Friday the 26th, WGN-channel 9 is rerunning an old Naked City called "Lament For A Dead Indian", with guest stars Neville Brand and Peter Falk.
    You can find this one on YouTube. When you do, watch the whole thing to the end.
    You'll see Peter Falk playing an Irish gangster, and doing something I guarantee that you'll never see him doing anywhere else in his career (no spoilers here - look it up).

    - ... and while you're over there, just look up The Edge Of Night for October 21, 1983.
    It's only 22 minutes, give or take; just watch it, and then tell us what you think about it ...

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  3. I was going to put this up at the month-old post that deals with this subject, but I wanted to be sure you read it.

    I've mentioned my friend Max Allan Collins here a time or ten.
    Today, in his regular Tuesday blog, MAC tells of how he's just completed two months of detailed research on his new Nate Heller novel, which he will begin the actual writing of soon.
    Nate Heller is MAC's best-known character - a Chicago-based private eye who gets involved with famous real-life crimes, investigating them on his own - and frequently coming up with his own solutions that are somewhat different than the "official" ones.
    The new novel, which is called Do No Harm, has Nate Heller becoming involved in the Sam Sheppard case.
    Since I've never figured out how to put links in here, I'll simply direct you to MAC's website: maxallancollins.com.
    The topmost entry, titled "Heller: The Starting Gate", sets out the MAC process for his Heller novels , which are historical mysteries (this will be the seventeenth novel; there are also two available collections of shorter stories).
    As I mentioned, MAC is just starting the actual novel; it should become available in about a year's time. That said, you really ought to read this post at MAC's site; You might learn a few things you weren't aware of before.
    The preceding was an unpaid plug for an old and valued friend.

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  4. The Baltimore/Detroit NFL game on Thanksgiving was the first time CBS ever broadcast an NFL game in color.

    The network would carry a handful of games over the balance of the 1965 regular-season and all 1965 playoff games in color.

    Staring in 1966, most CBS NFL regular-season games were broadcast in color; I believe the full slate of regional games was colorcast from 1967-on.

    By contrast, all but a few AFL games on NBC in 1965 and all of their AFL games from 1966-onward were broadcast in Living Color.

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  5. You're right Mr. Hadley, WCCO preempting even a smidge of the CBS "All-American Thanksgiving Day Parades", as they were known, because they went from the Macy's Parade in NYC to ones in Detroit, Philly and at one time, Hawaii, is idiotic even by today's standards-they're destroying the kiddies' fun, and for what-half an hour?! WTF, CCO?!

    I find KMSP showing the drama series Eleventh Hour in place of Donna Reed and Father Knows Best reruns to be an eclectic move. It seems apropos, given that WTCN (now NBC affiliate KARE) was the Twin Cities ABC station only just a few years ago.

    Looking over channel 11's schedule, I feel the most obvious Have Gun episode for this day would be "Fogg Bound" from season 4, with Patric Knowles as Phileas Fogg and Jon Silo as Jean Passepartout. IDK where they were at this point, but it would be worth it to be on the same slate as the film "The Fabulous World of Jules Verne", wouldn't it now?

    Once more, I feel your pain. But feel good that KCMT would actually THINK of picking up a CBS NFL game, much less show one. Oddly appropriate, since channel 7 would switch to that network during the 1980's. True, no Johnny Carson yet-but at least you caught up with Dr. Richard Kimble. And that, along with what NBC had on tap that night, made up for any other shortcomings, I would think.

    I know not what WKBT in La Crosse and WEAU in Eau Claire showed, but it was probably on a par with what KDAL and WDSM had-with local exceptions. All in all, it was a good time to be a kid, at home on Turkey day with family. So, praise the Lord and pass the Crescent Rolls! HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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  7. I just noticed in the preview shot among WEAU's offerings were two film shorts-one of which chronicled the final phase of the Revolutionary War. A move just as eclectic as KMSP's daily Eleventh Hour offerings.

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  8. WCCO continued the tradition of joining the Thanksgiving day parades in progress into the 80s and 90s (thanks, Donohue!)

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    1. It's the Donohue preemptions I remember the most - aargh! Would I have realized that I was missing part of the 1965 parade? Perhaps. But I definitely remember those Donohue years, and it still makes me bitter! :)

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