August 20, 2018

What's on TV? Friday, August 26, 1966

T
his week we're in western New York, thanks to John Rowe, the source of this week's TV Guide, who replied earlier in the year to an appeal for issues to fill some gaps. John's not only a loyal and faithful reader, he's also contributed his knowledge and insights, as well as his share of TV Guides.

We haven't been outside Minnesota much lately, which goes for the Hadleys personally as well as our TV Guide; just as this changes with this week's issue, it also changes for us next month, as we'll be in Maryland for the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention, where I'll not only be lecturing on TV Guide and promoting my new book, I may even be picking up a few more issues for next year. In the meantime though, enjoy this one and see if you recognize any of your favorites.




 2  WGR (BUFFALO) (NBC)

Morning

    6:30
WINDOW ON THE WORLD

    7:00
TODAY  COLOR 
Guest: Robert Crichton

    9:00
BOZO—Cartoons  COLOR 

    9:30
JACK LA LANNE  COLOR 

  10:00
EYE GUESS—Game  COLOR 

  10:25
NEWS—Sander Vanocur  COLOR 

  10:30
CONCENTRATION—Game

  11:00
CHAIN LETTER—Game  COLOR 
Guests: Barry Sullivan, Barbara Eden

  11:30
SHOWDOWN—Game  COLOR 

Afternoon

  12:00
JEOPARDY—Game  COLOR 

  12:30
SWINGIN’ COUNTRY—Music
Guest: Molly Bee

  12:55
NEWS—Newman

    1:00
MERV GRIFFIN—Variety

    2:00
DAYS OF OUR LIVES—Serial  COLOR 

    2:30
DOCTORS

    3:00
ANOTHER WORLD—Serial  COLOR 

    3:30
YOU DON’T SAY!—Game  COLOR 
Celebrities: Dan Rowan, Dick Martin

    4:00
MIKE DOUGLAS
Co-Host: Skitch Henderson. Guests: Kirby Stone Four, Ronnie David

    5:30
PASSPORT TWO—Travel  COLOR 

Evening

    6:30
NEWS—Huntley, Brinkley  COLOR 

    7:00
NEWS

    7:30
CAMP RUNAMUCK—Comedy  COLOR 

    8:00
HANK  COLOR 

    8:30
SING ALONG WITH MITCH—Songs  COLOR 

    9:30
MR. ROBERTS  COLOR 

  10:00
MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.—Adventure  COLOR 

  11:00
NEWS

  11:15
TONIGHT—Variety  COLOR 
Guest Host: Hugh Downs



 3  WSYR (SYRACUSE) (NBC)

Morning

    7:00
TODAY  COLOR 
Guest: Robert Crichton

    9:00
LADIES’ DAY—Women

    9:30
POPEYE PLAYHOUSE

  10:00
EYE GUESS—Game  COLOR 

  10:30
CONCENTRATION—Game

  11:00
CHAIN LETTER—Game  COLOR 
Guests: Barry Sullivan, Barbara Eden

  11:30
SHOWDOWN—Game  COLOR 

Afternoon

  12:00
JEOPARDY—Game  COLOR 

  12:30
DENNY SULLIVAN GANG

    1:00
MOVIE—Drama
“The Hour Before the Dawn” (1944)

    2:30
DOCTORS

    3:00
ANOTHER WORLD—Serial  COLOR 

    3:30
YOU DON’T SAY!—Game  COLOR 
Celebrities: Dan Rowan, Dick Martin

    4:00
MATCH GAME  COLOR 
Panelists: Abe Burrows, Barbara Feldon

    4:25
NEWS  COLOR 

    4:30
LET’S MAKE A DEAL—Game  COLOR 

    4:55
LOCAL NEWS

    5:00
POPEYE FUNHOUSE

Evening

    6:00
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

    6:30
NEWS—Huntley, Brinkley  COLOR 

    7:00
DR. KILDARE—Drama   COLOR  

    7:30
CAMP RUNAMUCK—Comedy  COLOR 

    8:00
HANK  COLOR 

    8:30
SING ALONG WITH MITCH—Songs  COLOR 

    9:30
MR. ROBERTS  COLOR 

  10:00
MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.—Adventure  COLOR 

  11:00
NEWS  COLOR 

  11:30
TONIGHT—Variety  COLOR 
Guest Host: Hugh Downs


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 4  WBEN (BUFFALO) (CBS)

Morning

    6:30
SUMMER SEMESTER
Afro-Asian Politics

    7:00
NEWS

    7:05
NEWS

    7:30
POPEYE PLAYHOUSE

    8:00
CAPTAIN KANGAROO—Children

    9:00
YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

    9:30
LOVE OF LIFE—Serial

    9:55
NEWS, WEATHER—Oglivie

  10:00
I LOVE LUCY—Comedy

  10:30
McCOYS—Comedy

  11:00
ANDY GRIFITH

  11:30
DICK VAN DYKE

Afternoon

  12:00
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

  12:15
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE

  12:30
SEARCH FOR TOMORROW—Serial

  12:45
GUIDING LIGHT—Serial

    1:00
MEET THE MILLERS—Interview

    1:30
AS THE WORLD TURNS—Serial

    2:00
PASSWORD—Game
Celebrities: Lee Remick, Jack Cassidy

    2:30
HOUSE PARTY  COLOR 
Guest: Jan Murray

    3:00
TO TELL THE TRUTH—Panel

    3:25
NEWS—Edwards

    3:30
EDGE OF NIGHT

    4:00
SECRET STORM—Serial

    4:30
MOVIE—Drama
“Desperate Search” (1953)

Evening

    6:00
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

    6:30
NEWS—Cronkite  COLOR 

    7:00
PEOPLE ARE FUNNY

    7:30
WILD, WILD WEST

    8:30
HOGAN’S HEROES  COLOR 

    9:00
GOMER PYLE, USMC—Comedy  COLOR 

    9:30
PRO FOOTBALL—Colts vs. Browns  SPECIAL 

  12:30
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

  12:50
MOVIE—Comedy
Time approximate. “He Laughed Last” (1956)



 5  WHEN SYRACUSE (CBS)

Morning

    7:05
NEWS

    7:30
MORNING CALENDAR

    8:00
CAPTAIN KANGAROO—Children

    9:00
MAGIC TOY SHOP—Children

    9:30
ANDY GRIFFITH—Comedy

  10:00
I LOVE LUCY—Comedy

  10:30
McCOYS—Comedy

  11:00
PDQ—Game  COLOR 
Celebrities: Michael Landon, Ruta Lee, Robert Q. Lewis

  11:30
DICK VAN DYKE

Afternoon

  12:00
LOVE OF LIFE—Serial

  12:25
DOCTOR’S HOUSE CALL

  12:30
SEARCH FOR TOMORROW—Serial

  12:45
GUIDING LIGHT—Serial

    1:00
GYPSY ROSE LEE—Panel
Guests: Mala Powers, Artie Shaw

    1:30
AS THE WORLD TURNS—Serial

    2:00
PASSWORD—Game
Celebrities: Lee Remick, Jack Cassidy

    2:30
HOUSE PARTY  COLOR 
Guest: Jan Murray

    3:00
TO TELL THE TRUTH—Panel

    3:25
NEWS—Edwards

    3:30
EDGE OF NIGHT

    4:00
SECRET STORM—Serial

    4:30
JET SET—Cartoons  COLOR 

    5:00
MOVIE—Adventure  COLOR 
“Oregon Passage” (1957)

Evening

    6:45
NEWS

    7:00
NEWS—Cronkite  COLOR 

    7:30
WILD, WILD WEST

    8:30
HOGAN’S HEROES  COLOR 

    9:00
GOMER PYLE, USMC—Comedy  COLOR 

    9:30
PRO FOOTBALL—Colts vs. Browns  SPECIAL 

  12:30
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

  12:55
HORSE RACES—Vernon Downs

    1:05
MOVIE—Comedy
Time approximate. “Two Way Stretch” (English; 1961)



 6  CBLT (TORONTO) (CBC)

Afternoon

  12:00
LUNCHEON DATE—Interview

  12:30
SEARCH FOR TOMORROW—Serial

  12:45
GUIDING LIGHT—Serial

    1:00
LUNCHEON DATE—Interview

    1:30
AS THE WORLD TURNS—Serial

    2:00
CUISINE—Cooking

    2:30
CORONATION STREET—Serial

    3:00
TO TELL THE TRUTH—Panel

    3:25
BONNIE PRUDEN—Exercise

    3:55
MILESTONES—Documentary

    4:00
SUNSHINE SEMESTER

    5:00
FOREST RANGERS—Adventure

    5:30
OUTLOOK—Children
“An Evening with Mel TormĂ©”

Evening

    6:00
MR. MAGOO—Cartoons

    6:30
LET’S TALK MUSIC

    7:00
NEWS—Chet Huntley, David Brinkley

    7:30
ADDAMS FAMILY—Comedy

    8:00
LENNIE BREAU—Variety

    8:30
GET SMART—Comedy

    9:00
MOVIE—Drama
Friday Night Movie: “The Children’s Hour” (1961)

  11:00
NEWS

  11:15
VIEWPOINT—News Analysis

  11:20
NEWS, WEATHER

  11:40
MOVIE—Double Feature
1. “The Fugitive” (Drama; 1947)
2. “The Great Man Votes” (Drama; 1939)



 7  WKBW (BUFFALO) (ABC)

Morning

    6:45
WINDOW ON THE WORLD

    7:15
RELIGION TODAY

    7:20
NEWS

    7:30
ROCKETSHIP 7—Children

    8:55
DIALING FOR DOLLARS/GIRL TALK

  10:30
DONNA REED—Comedy

  11:00
SUPERMARKET SWEEP

  11:30
DATING GAME

Afternoon

  12:00
MOVIE—Comedy
“Claudia” (1943) Part 3

    1:00
BEN CASEY—Drama

    2:00
NEWLYWED GAME
Celebrity players: Mr. and Mrs. James Farentino

    2:30
A TIME FOR US—Serial

    2:55
NEWS—Sanders

    3:00
GENERAL HOSPITAL

    3:30
SUPER CLUB—Adventure

    5:00
CHEYENNE—Western

Evening

    6:00
MOVIE—Adventure
“King on Horseback” (French; 1958)

    7:20
NEWS, SPORTS

    7:30
FLINTSTONES—Cartoon  COLOR 

    8:00
SUMMER FUN  COLOR 
“The Pirates of Flounder Bay”

    8:30
ADDAMS FAMILY

    9:00
HONEY WEST—Mystery

    9:30
FARMER’S DAUGHTER  COLOR 

  10:00
COURT MARTIAL

  11:00
NEWS

  11:30
MOVIE—Double Feature
1. “The Mummy’s Tomb” (Melodrama; 1942)
2. “The Beast with 1,000,000 Eyes” (Science Fiction; 1955)



 8  WROC (ROCHESTER) (NBC)

Morning

    7:00
TODAY  COLOR 
Guest: Robert Crichton

    9:00
BIG PICTURE—Army

    9:30
SMILE TIME—Children

  10:00
EYE GUESS—Game  COLOR 

  10:30
CONCENTRATION—Game

  11:00
CHAIN LETTER—Game  COLOR 
Guests: Barry Sullivan, Barbara Eden

  11:30
SHOWDOWN—Game  COLOR 

Afternoon

  12:00
JEOPARDY—Game  COLOR 

  12:30
SWINGIN’ COUNTRY—Music
Guests: Molly Bee

  12:55
NEWS—Newman

    1:00
DIALING FOR DOLLARS/GIRL TALK
Guests: Joyce Brothers, Gunhilde Carrod, Gay Gaer Luce

    1:30
LET’S MAKE A DEAL—Game  COLOR 

    1:55
NEWS  COLOR 

    2:00
DAYS OF OUR LIVES—Serial  COLOR 

    2:30
DOCTORS

    3:00
ANOTHER WORLD—Serial  COLOR 

    3:30
YOU DON’T SAY!—Game  COLOR 
Celebrities: Dan Rowan, Dick Martin

    4:00
MATCH GAME   COLOR 
Panelists: Abe Burrows, Barbara Feldon

    4:25
SKIPPER SAM—Children

    4:30
YOGI BEAR—Cartoons   COLOR 

    5:00
SUPERMAN—Adventure

    5:30
DOBIE GILLIS—Comedy

Evening

    6:00
HOW’S BUSINESS—Nusbaum

    6:10
WEATHER, NEWS

    6:30
NEWS—Huntley, Brinkley   COLOR 

    7:00
MR. ROBERTS—Comedy   COLOR  

    7:30
CAMP RUNAMUCK—Comedy   COLOR 

    8:00
MOVIE—Drama   COLOR 
Stopover: Tokyo” (1957)

  10:00
MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.—Adventure   COLOR 

  11:00
NEWS

  11:30
TONIGHT—Variety   COLOR 
Guest Host: Hugh Downs



 9  WNYS (SYRACUSE) (ABC)       

Morning

    7:00
CHARLIE’S PLACE—Children

    8:00
ROMPER ROOM—Children

    8:30
LEAVE IT TO BEAVER—Comedy

    9:00
MERV GRIFFIN—Variety
Guest: Cleo Dawson

  10:30
DARK SHADOWS—Serial

  11:00
SUPERMARKET SWEEP

  11:30
DATING GAME

Afternoon

  12:00
DONNA REED—Comedy

  12:30
FATHER KNOWS BEST

    1:00
BEN CASEY—Drama

    2:00
NEWLYWED GAME
Celebrity players: Mr. and Mrs. James Farentino

    2:30
A TIME FOR US—Serial

    2:55
NEWS—Sanders

    3:00
GENERAL HOSPITAL

    3:30
BARON AND HIS BUDDIES

    4:30
MIKE DOUGLAS—Variety
Co-Host: Robert Cummings. Guest: Giselle MacKenzie

Evening

    6:00
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

    6:30
MAVERICK—Western

    7:30
SPORTS WORLD   COLOR 

    8:00
SUMMER FUN   COLOR 
“The Pirates of Flounder Bay”

    8:30
ADDAMS FAMILY

    9:00
HONEY WEST—Mystery

    9:30
FARMER’S DAUGHTER   COLOR 

  10:00
COURT MARTIAL

  11:00
NEWS

  11:15
ROUTE 66—Drama

  12:15
DIVORCE COURT—Drama



 9  CFTO (TORONTO) (CTV, IND.)

Morning

    8:15
LOCAL NEWS

    8:30
TV UNIVERESITY

    9:00
ROMPER ROOM—Children

    9:30
UNCLE BOBBY—Children

  10:30
SUMMER FUN

  11:00
MR. AND MRS.—Game

Afternoon

  12:00
TORONTO TODAY

  12:30
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

    1:40
MOVIE—Drama
“A Day to Remember” (English; 1956)

    2:30
PEOPLE IN CONFLICT

    3:00
FRACTURED PHRASES—Game

    3:30
IT’S YOUR MOVE—Game

    4:30
MOVIE—Comedy
“Follow a Star” (English; 1959)

Evening

    6:30
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

    7:00
FLINTSTONES—Cartoon   COLOR 

    7:30
SMOTHERS BROTHERS

    8:00
PATTY DUKE—Comedy

    8:30
A GO GO ’66—Variety
Guests: Jack Hardin, Kelly Jay, Dianne James, Tom Wilson

    9:00
MOVIE—Comedy
“One Desire” (1955)

  11:00
NEWS

  11:30
MOVIE—Drama
“A Stranger in My Arms’ (1958)

    1:15
INTRODUCTION TO COLOR

    1:30
MOVIE—Drama   COLOR 
Time approximate. “To Hell and Back” (1955)
This is a color test.



10 WHEC (ROCHESTER) (CBS)

Morning

    7:00
SUMMER SEMESTER
Western Religious Trends

    7:30
NEWS

    7:55
PASTORAL CALL—Religion

    8:00
CAPTAIN KANGAROO—Children

    9:00
LITTLE RASCALS—Comedy

    9:30
CHILDREN’S WORLD

  10:00
I LOVE LUCY—Comedy

  10:30
McCOYS—Comedy

  11:00
ANDY GRIFITH

  11:30
DICK VAN DYKE

Afternoon

  12:00
LOVE OF LIFE—Serial

  12:25
NEWS

  12:30
SEARCH FOR TOMORROW—Serial

  12:45
GUIDING LIGHT—Serial

    1:00
SECRET STORM—Serial

    1:30
AS THE WORLD TURNS—Serial

    2:00
PASSWORD—Game
Celebrities: Lee Remick, Jack Cassidy

    2:30
HOUSE PARTY   COLOR 
Guest: Jan Murray

    3:00
TO TELL THE TRUTH—Panel

    3:25
NEWS—Edwards

    3:30
EDGE OF NIGHT

    4:00
SEA HUNT—Adventure

    4:30
MOVIE—Musical
“Sunny Side of the Street” (1951)

Evening

    6:00
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

    6:30
NEWS—Cronkite   COLOR 

    7:00
CISCO KID—Western   COLOR 

    7:30
WILD, WILD WEST

    8:30
HOGAN’S HEROES   COLOR 

    9:00
GOMER PYLE, USMC—Comedy   COLOR 

    9:30
PRO FOOTBALL—Colts vs. Browns   SPECIAL 

  12:30
NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS

  12:45
MOVIE—Comedy
Time approximate. “It Should Happen to You” (1953)



13 WOKR (ROCHESTER) (ABC)

Morning

    7:30
CARTOON CAPERS—Children

    7:45
KING AND ODIE—Cartoons

    8:00
FILM FEATURE

    8:30
JACK LA LANNE   COLOR 

    9:00
ROMPER ROOM—Children

  10:00
WHERE THE ACTION IS—Music
Guests: the Syndicates of Sound, the Five Americans, the Robbs

  10:30
DARK SHADOWS—Serial

  11:00
SUPERMARKET SWEEP

  11:30
DATING GAME

Afternoon

  12:00
DONNA REED—Comedy

  12:30
FATHER KNOWS BEST

    1:00
BEN CASEY—Drama

    1:30
LET’S MAKE A DEAL—Game   COLOR 

    2:00
NEWLYWED GAME
Celebrity players: Mr. and Mrs. James Farentino

    2:30
A TIME FOR US—Serial

    2:55
NEWS—Sanders

    3:00
GENERAL HOSPITAL

    3:30
NURSES—Serial

    4:00
MIKE DOUGLAS
Co-Host: Skitch Henderson. Guests: Kirby Stone Four, Ronnie David

    5:30
MOVIE—Western   COLOR 
“The Proud Ones” (1956)

Evening

    7:20
WEATHER, NEWS

    7:30
FLINTSTONES—Cartoon   COLOR 

    8:00
SUMMER FUN   COLOR 
“The Pirates of Flounder Bay”

    8:30
ADDAMS FAMILY

    9:00
HONEY WEST—Mystery

    9:30
FARMER’S DAUGHTER   COLOR 

  10:00
COURT MARTIAL

  11:00
NEWS

  11:30
MOVIE—Melodrama
“The Ghost of Frankenstein” (1942)



17 WNED (BUFFALO) (EDUC.)

Evening

    6:30
LIVING FOR THE 60’S

    7:00
TALES OF POINDEXTER

    7:15
FRIENDLY GIANT—Children

    7:30
WHAT’S NEW—Children

    8:00
STITCH WITH STYLE—Sewing

    8:30
SCIENCE REPORTER

    9:00
LOCAL ISSUE—Documentary

    9:30
SIBELIUS FESTIVAL—Concert   SPECIAL 

  TV  

12 comments:

  1. Specifics for a summer night:

    - Tonight's a Lloyd Bochner Fest!
    On Wild Wild West, Bochner has the title role in "The Night Of The Puppeteer", one of that show's early forays into out-and-out surrealism (and this is still when The Avengers was only starting to get known Stateside).
    … And later that same evening …
    Bochner turns up on Honey West, as a crooked insurance man who's masterminding a major museum heist.
    Some things never change, I guess …

    - Summer Fun was ABC's version of 'Failure Theater', unsold pilots for your amusement.
    Tonight's 'No Sale' is The Pirates Of Flounder Bay, set in Colonial times, about a would-be buccaneer who can't quite pull off the menace part of it.
    Bill Cort, one of the blandest actors of his generation, has the lead here; his crew includes Jack Soo, Charlie Dierkop (you'd definitely know the face), and Burt Mustin; also in the cast are Keenan Wynn as Captain Jack Slash and Hal Peary as the local mayor.
    And Special Guest Star - Basil Rathbone as the Colonial Governor.
    There reputedly exists a blooper from this episode: Rathbone gets up to address a banquet in his honor - and before he can say anything, out comes one of the great belches in recorded film history.
    Never saw that, sorry to say; also never saw the pilot, which somehow hasn't been included on any of the DVD collections of such shows that occupy a place of pride on my DVD Wall - still, I live in hope …

    - Man From UNCLE, still in farce mode, offers "The Round Table Affair", in which a toy duchy is slated for a takeover by The Mob, under the supervision of Lucho Nostra (quick - before checking back, see if you can guess who's playing Mr. Nostra).

    - Local notes:
    - Channel 9 has a White Sox night game from Comiskey Park, playing the Twins.
    This is immediately preceded by The Ray Rayner Theatre, showing Laurel & Hardy in Sons Of The Desert. (Insert your own joke here.)
    - Meanwhile, newly-minted UHF Channel 32 is still feeling its way.
    Bill Veeck is still doing his five-night-a-week talk show at 10:30 pm.
    Tonight's topic is the Peace Corps; for what it's worth, none of Bill's shows this week (in the middle of the baseball season) have anything to do with baseball.




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    1. After I stood down, I suddenly remembered something:

      In a few weeks, Amazon will make available another of those unsold pilot collections I love so much.
      This one is supposed to include the 1959 Nero Wolfe pilot with Kurt Kasznar and William Shatner, which was supposedly all set for CBS until Rex Stout personally stopped the project.
      In the domain of Unsold TV, this is one of the Holy Grails - and my order is in (it's supposed to drop in mid-September).
      Just so you know …

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    2. My first guess at Mr. Nostra was Bruce Gordon, the go-to mobster of the day. What do I win? :) Gordon was a few weeks away from spoofing his image on RUN, BUDDY, RUN. Not the first time he'd done it---he was a riot in a memorable CAR 54 that had Gunther Toody unwittingly joining the mob.

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    3. Congratz, Hal! Your No-Prize isn't in the mail …

      Well into his 90s, Bruce Gordon was still doing autograph shows, resplendent in a pearl-gray suit with matching tie and homburg, and toy machine-gun for photo ops.
      I recall one Chicago show where Bruce Gordon had a fond reunion with Paul Picerni (RIP to both men).
      Those definitely were the days …

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    4. Dierkopf was one of Angie Dickinson's fellow cops on POLICE WOMAN, wasn't he?

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  2. I was hoping to see WWNY-7 Watertown NY and CKWS-11 Kingston ON.

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    1. I'm not sure about CKWS, but WWNY had split off to the E NY State Edition, along with the stations from my native NY Capital District (Albany/Schenectady) and WKTV in Utica, in Sept 1965, when the NY State Edition split into East & West editions. The ENYS Edition no longer had the Rochester stations but it eventually included the stations from Burlington VT/Plattsburgh NY.

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  3. The Guide was always conflicted about what to do with Central New York where I lived. Syracuse was always a constant but each week when the mail came, we never knew if we were getting the Western NY or Eastern NY Guide.

    In the Finger Lakes, we could get Syracuse and, if I turned the antenna north (with the help of my dad's monkey wrench locked onto the pole), we could easily get WWNY from Watertown and CKWS from Kingston, ON. On a clear evening, CJOH from Ottawa would boom in...all handy for Hockey Night in Canada and CFL football...

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  4. Mrs. James Farentino was in fact Michele Lee...a marriage that became infamous for his abuse of her.
    (this was after the previous Mrs. Farentino, Elizabeth Ashley, had traded him in for George Peppard)

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  5. Toronto's CBLT (the CBC-TV flagship) is now on "mapped" Channel 5.

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  6. Canadian regulators didn't allow full-fledged color television broadcasting until the fall of 1966; so like the late-night movie on CFTO, the "Flintstones" episode on that station at 7 P.M. was also a "color test".

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  7. The TV Guide listed the Toronto stations (CBLT and CFTO), but didn't list Hamilton, Ontario's CHCH Channel 11, which I thought was around back then.

    I do know that for many years, CHCH was Canada's only independent (non-network) station, not affiliated with either CBC or CTV.

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