November 26, 2018

What's on TV? Friday, November 29, 1968

Well, here we are, the day after Thanksgiving. (Kind of funny to write that, since Thanksgiving was actually four days ago, in real time. Ah, the perils of the digital world.) As I mentioned on Saturday, one of the highlights of the day is ABC's annual cartoon festival, four hours of cartoons from the Saturday morning lineup. I always enjoyed this greatly, even though I didn't usually watch it; it was part of the fun of seeing shows outside of when you were used to seeing them. You get to thinking that tomorrow's Sunday, because today feels like Saturday. Then you wake up tomorrow, and—it's only Saturday! What a deal! (TVParty! remembers those day-after-Thanksgiving cartoon festivals here.)


Today's listings are from New York City—have fun!




 2  WCBS (CBS)

Morning

    6:30
SUNRISE SEMESTER—Education   COLOR 

    7:00
NEWS   COLOR 

    7:05
NEWS—Joe Benti   COLOR 

    7:30
NEWS—Joseph Benti   COLOR 

    7:55
NEWS   COLOR 

    8:00
CAPTAIN KANGAROO   COLOR 

    9:00
LEAVE IT TO BEAVER—Comedy

    9:30
DONNA REED—Comedy

  10:00
LUCILLE BALL—Comedy   COLOR 

  10:30
BEVERLY HILLBILLIES

  11:00
ANDY GRIFFITH—Comedy   COLOR 

  11:30
DICK VAN DYKE—Comedy

Afternoon

  12:00
LOVE OF LIFE   COLOR 

  12:25
NEWS—Joe Benti   COLOR 

  12:30
SEARCH FOR TOMORROW—Serial   COLOR 

    1:00
FARMER’S DAUGHTER

    1:30
AS THE WORLD TURNS—Serial   COLOR 

    2:00
LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING—Serial   COLOR 

    2:30
GUIDING LIGHT   COLOR 

    3:00
SECRET STORM   COLOR 

    3:30
EDGE OF NIGHT   COLOR 

    4:00
LINKLETTER SHOW   COLOR 

    4:25
NEWS—Edwards   COLOR 

    4:30
MIKE DOUGLAS—Variety   COLOR 
Guests: Roger Smith, Ann-Margaret, B.J. Thomas, Thodes Brothers, Frank Tallman

Evening

    6:00
NEWS—Jim Jensen   COLOR 

    7:00
NEWS—Walter Cronkite   COLOR 

    7:30
WILD WILD WEST   COLOR 

    8:30
GOMER PYLE, USMC   COLOR 

    9:00
MOVIE—Suspense   COLOR 
“North by Northwest” (1959)

  11:40
NEWS—Bob Young   COLOR 

  12:10
MOVIE—Drama
“Voice in the Mirror”

    2:15
NEWS   COLOR 

    2:20
MOVIE—Western   COLOR 
“California Conquest” (1952)

    3:55
MOVIE—Drama
“Young Man with a Horn” (1950)



 3  WTIC (HARTFORD) (CBS)
Morning
    6:30
SUNRISE SEMESTER—Education   COLOR 
    7:00
NEWS, WEATHER   COLOR 
    7:05
NEWS—Joe Benti   COLOR 
    7:30
COLLEGE CAMPUS—Discussion   COLOR 
    8:00
CAPTAIN KANGAROO   COLOR 
    9:00
HAP RICHARDS   COLOR 
    9:15
HUCKLEBERRRY HOUND   COLOR 
    9:30
MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY
  10:00
LUCILLE BALL—Comedy   COLOR 
  10:30
DONALD O’CONNOR—Variety   COLOR 
Guests: Irwin Corey, David Watson, Vivian Bonnett, Roy Stuart, Kellie Greene
Afternoon
  12:00
LOVE OF LIFE   COLOR 
  12:25
NEWS—Joe Benti   COLOR 
  12:30
SEARCH FOR TOMORROW—Serial   COLOR 
    1:00
VIRGINIA GRAHAM—Interviews   COLOR 
Guests: Dina Merrill, Helen Rose
    1:30
AS THE WORLD TURNS—Serial   COLOR 
    2:00
LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING—Serial   COLOR 
    2:30
GUIDING LIGHT   COLOR 
    3:00
SECRET STORM   COLOR 
    3:30
LINKLETTER SHOW   COLOR 
Guests: Carol Burnett, Greer Garson
    3:55
RANGER STATION   COLOR 
    4:30
HAZEL   COLOR 
    5:00
PERRY MASON—Mystery
Evening
    6:00
WEATHER   COLOR 
    6:05
SPORTS—Ehrlich   COLOR 
    6:15
NEWS   COLOR 
    6:30
NEWS—Walter Cronkite   COLOR 
    7:00
DEATH VALLEY DAYS—Drama   COLOR 
    7:30
WILD WILD WEST   COLOR 
    8:30
GOMER PYLE, USMC   COLOR 
    9:00
MOVIE—Suspense   COLOR 
“North by Northwest” (1959)
  11:40
NEWS—Bill Hanson   COLOR 
  11:55
WEATHER   COLOR 
  12:00
SPORTS—Webster   COLOR 
  12:05
MOVIE—Double Feature
1. “The Unforgiven” (Western; 1960)   COLOR  2. “Outside the Law” (Drama; 1956)



 4  WNBC (NBC)

Morning

    7:00
TODAY   COLOR 

    9:00
FOR WOMEN ONLY   COLOR 

    9:30
JOAN RIVERS   COLOR 
Guests: Louis Nizer, Lyle Stuart

  10:00
SNAP JUDGMENT—Game   COLOR 
Guests: Jayne Meadows, Bill Cullen

  10:25
NEWS—Dickerson   COLOR 

  10:30
CONCENTRATION   COLOR 

  11:00
PERSONALITY—Game   COLOR 
Celebrities: Godfrey Cambridge, Joan Rivers, George C. Scott, Peter Fonda

  11:30
HOLLYWOOD SQUARES   COLOR 
Players: Bill Bixby, Ruth Buzzi, Nanette Fabray, Arte Johnson, Paul Lynde, Garry Moore, Jane Powell, Morey Amsterdam, Wally Cox

Afternoon

  12:00
  12:30
  12:55
JEOPARDY   COLOR 
EYE GUESS—Game   COLOR 
NEWS—Newman   COLOR 

    1:00
PDQ—Game   COLOR 
Guests: Abby Dalton, Paul Lynde, Will Hutchins
Will be pre-empted if teachers’ strike continues

    1:30
MAKE A DEAL   COLOR 

    2:00
DAYS OF OUR LIVES—Serial   COLOR 

    2:30
DOCTORS—Serial   COLOR 

    3:00
ANOTHER WORLD   COLOR 

    3:30
YOU DON’T SAY!—Game   COLOR 
Guests: Raymond St. Jacques, Ruta Lee

    4:00
MATCH GAME   COLOR 
Guests: Joe Garagiola, Denny McLain

    4:25
NEWS—Kalber   COLOR 

    4:30
MOVIE—Adventure   COLOR 
“Rhino!” (1964)

Evening

    6:00
NEWS—Lew Wood   COLOR 

    7:00
NEWS—Chet Huntley, David Brinkley   COLOR 

    7:30
HIGH CHAPARRAL   COLOR 

    8:30
NAME OF THE GAME   COLOR 

  10:00
STAR TREK—Adventure   COLOR 

  11:00
NEWS—Jim Hartz   COLOR 

  11:10
WEATHER—Field   COLOR 

  11:15
NEWS—Jim Hartz   COLOR 

  11:25
SPORTS—Kyle Rote   COLOR 

  11:30
JOHNNY CARSON   COLOR 
Guest host: Peter Lawford. Guest: Vic Damone

    1:00
NEWS—Bob Teague   COLOR 

    1:15
MOVIE—Drama   COLOR 
“The Mark of the Hawk” (1958)



 5  WNEW (IND.)

Morning

    7:00
YOGA FOR HEALTH

    7:30
DAPHNE’S CASTLE   COLOR 

    9:00
MOVIE—Comedy
“Spy Chasers” (1955)

  10:00
OUTER LIMITS—Drama

  11:00
ALFRED HITCHCOCK—Drama

  11:30
DEAR ALAN   COLOR 

Afternoon

  12:00
MOVIE—Comedy
“Take a Letter, Darling” (1942)

    2:00
SKITCH HENDERSON   COLOR 

    3:30
MIGHTY MOUSE   COLOR 

    4:00
BOB McALLISTER   COLOR 

    5:00
FLINTSTONES   COLOR 

    5:30
SEA HUNT—Adventure

Evening

    6:00
McHALE’S NAVY—Comedy

    6:30
MY FAVORITE MARTIAN

    7:00
I LOVE LUCY—Comedy

    7:30
TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES—Game   COLOR 

    8:00
PAY CARDS!—Game   COLOR 

    8:30
MERV GRIFFIN—Variety   COLOR 
Guests: Sam Levenson, Peggy Cass, Maxine Greene, the Drifters

  10:00
NEWS—Bill Jorgensen   COLOR 

  11:00
DONALD O’CONNOR—Variety   COLOR 
Guests: Irwin Corey, David Watson, Vivian Bonnell, Roy Stuart, Kellie Greene

  12:30
SCIENCE FICTION THEATER

    1:00
BOLD JOURNEY—Travel

    1:30
NEWS



 7  WABC (ABC)

Morning

    6:50
NEWS

    7:00
CARTOONS   COLOR 

    8:00
MOVIE—Drama
“Ginger” (1946)

    9:30
MILTON THE MONSTER—Children   COLOR 

  10:00
CASPER—Children   COLOR 

  10:30
BULLWINKLE   COLOR 

  11:00
KING KONG—Children   COLOR 

  11:30
JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH   COLOR 

Afternoon

  12:00
GULLIVER—Children   COLOR 

  12:30
FANTASTIC VOYAGE   COLOR 

    1:00
GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE—Children   COLOR 

    1:30
HAPPENING ’68—Variety   SPECIAL    COLOR 
Host: Mark Lindsay. Guests: Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart

    1:55
CHILDREN’S DOCTOR   COLOR 

    2:00
NEWLYWED GAME   COLOR 

    2:30
DATING GAME   COLOR 

    3:00
GENERAL HOSPITAL—Serial   COLOR 

    3:30
ONE LIFE TO LIVE   COLOR 

    4:00
DARK SHADOWS   COLOR 

    4:30
MOVIE—Comedy
“My Favorite Spy” (1951)

Evening

    6:30
NEWS—John Schubeck   COLOR 

    7:00
NEWS—Frank Reynolds   COLOR 

    7:30
OPERATION: ENTERTAINMENT   COLOR 

    8:30
FELONY SQUAD—Crime Drama   COLOR 

    9:00
DON RICKLES—Comedy   COLOR 
Guest: Kirk Douglas

    9:30
GUNS OF WILL SONNETT   COLOR 

  10:00
MAN AND HIS UNIVERSE   SPECIAL    COLOR 
“The Scientist”

  11:00
NEWS—Roger Grimsby   COLOR 

  11:30
JOEY BISHOP   COLOR 
Guest host: Sammy Davis Jr. Guests: Ann-Margaret, Roger Smith, Josh White Jr., Rich Little

    1:00
MOVIE—Mystery
“Autopsy of a Criminal” (Italian; 1964)



 8  WNHC (NEW HAVEN) (ABC)

Morning

    6:10
NEWS

    6:15
INFINITE HORIZONS

    6:45
SACRED HEART—Religion

    7:00
MR. GOOBER   COLOR 

    8:30
THUNDERBIRDS   COLOR 

    9:00
CARTOONS   COLOR 

    9:30
MILTON THE MONSTER—Children   COLOR 

  10:00
CASPER—Children   COLOR 

  10:30
MOVIE—Comedy
“The Bellboy” (1960)

Afternoon

  12:00
STEVE ALLEN—Variety   COLOR 
Guests: Cliff Robertson, Peter Yarrow, Joanie Sommers

    1:30
I LOVE LUCY—Comedy

    2:00
NEWLYWED GAME   COLOR 

    2:30
DATING GAME   COLOR 

    3:00
GENERAL HOSPITAL—Serial   COLOR 

    3:30
MR. GOOBER   COLOR 

    4:30
MERV GRIFFIN—Variety   COLOR 
Guests: John Cassavetes, Gena Rowlands, Allan Sherman, Corbett Monica, Marty Brill, the Dells, Dr. Lendon Smith

Evening

    6:00
LOCAL NEWS—Norman

    6:15
WEATHER—Carroll

    6:20
SPORTS—Galiette   COLOR 

    6:25
SPORTS   COLOR 

    6:30
NEWS—Frank Reynolds   COLOR 

    7:00
TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES—Game   COLOR 

    7:30
MOVIE—Comedy   COLOR 
“The Marriage-Go-Round” (1961)

    9:30
GUNS OF WILL SONNETT   COLOR 

  10:00
MAN AND HIS UNIVERSE   SPECIAL    COLOR 
“The Scientist”

  11:00
NEWS—Thompson   COLOR 

  11:05
WEATHER—Bob Jones   COLOR 

  11:10
NEWS—Thompson   COLOR 

  11:20
SPORTS—Galiette   COLOR 

  11:30
JOEY BISHOP   COLOR 
Guest host: Sammy Davis Jr. Guests: Ann-Margaret, Roger Smith, Josh White Jr., Rich Little

    1:00
NEWS



 9  WOR (IND.)

Morning

    7:40
NEWS AND WEATHER

    7:45
IN DEPTH   COLOR 

    8:00
SCRUB CLUB   COLOR 

    9:00
ROMPER ROOM   COLOR 

  10:00
JOE FRANKLIN   COLOR 

  11:30
JOURNEY TO ADVENTURE   COLOR 

Afternoon

  12:00
NEWS—John Wingate, Mary McPhillips   COLOR 

  12:30
MOVIE—Comedy
“My Little Chickadee” (1940)

    2:00
LORETTA YOUNG—Drama

    2:30
WEAKER (?) SEX—Discussion   COLOR 

    3:00
DIVORCE COURT—Drama   COLOR 

    3:30
MOVIE—Western    COLOR 
“The Last Outpost” (1951)

    5:00
MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY

    5:30
REAL McCOYS—Comedy

Evening

    6:00
GILLIGAN’S ISLAND—Comedy   COLOR 

    6:30
I SPY—Drama   COLOR 

    7:30
STEVE ALLEN—Variety   COLOR 
Guests: Tony Martin, Jayne Meadows, Gert Mehr

    9:00
WHAT’S MY LINE—Game   COLOR 
Panelists: Joanna Barnes, Godfrey Cambridge, Arlene Francis, Soupy Sales

    9:30
MOVIE—Drama   COLOR 
“Tripoli” (1950)

  11:00
MOVIE—Science Fiction   COLOR 
“The Human Duplicators” (1964)

  12:45
FILM   COLOR 

    1:00
NEWS AND WEATHER



11 WPIX (IND.)

Morning

    7:30
SURVIVAL!—Documentary

    8:00
GUMBY—Children   COLOR 

    8:30
MIGHTY HERCULES

    9:00
UNDERDOG—Children

    9:30
JACK LA LANNE

  10:00
MOVIE—Drama
“Courage of Black Beauty” (1957)

  11:30
KIMBA—Children   COLOR 

Afternoon

  12:00
BOZO—Children   COLOR 

  12:30
LITTLE RASCALS   COLOR 

    1:00
ROCKY—Children   COLOR 

    1:30
CONTINENTAL MINIATURES

    2:00
MOVIE—Drama
“Adventures of Robinson Crusoe” (1954)

    3:30
SPEED RACER   COLOR 

    4:00
THREE STOOGES   COLOR 

    4:30
SUPERMAN—Adventure

    5:00
MUNSTERS—Comedy

    5:30
BATMAN—Adventure   COLOR 

Evening

    6:00
F TROOP—Comedy

    6:30
VOYAGE—Adventure   COLOR 

    7:30
RAT PATROL—Drama   COLOR 

    8:00
RUN FOR YOUR LIFE—Drama   COLOR 

    9:00
NEWS—Lee Nelson   COLOR 

    9:30
PASSWORD—Game   COLOR 
Guests: Betsy Palmer, Joel Grey

  10:00
PERRY MASON—Mystery

  11:00
NFL THIS WEEK   COLOR 

  11:30
MOVIE—Mystery
“Psychomania” (1964)

    1:00
NEWS—Lee Nelson   COLOR 
              


13 WNDT (NET)

Afternoon

    4:30
LITTLE ADAM   COLOR 

    4:45
FRIENDLY GIANT—Children

    5:00
MISTEROGERS—Children

    5:30
WHAT’S NEW—Children

Evening

    6:00
CAPITOL REPORT

    6:30
INGLES PARA TODOS

    7:00
NEW JERSEY SPEAKS

    7:30
WORLD WE LIVE IN   COLOR 

    8:00
WASHINGTON WEEK IN REVIEW—News Analysis   COLOR 

    8:30
NET PLAYHOUSE—Drama
“A Mother for Janek”

    9:30
FRANK GUARRERA—Profile   SPECIAL 

  10:00
NEWSFRONT—Mitchell Krauss



31 WNYC (IND.)

Morning

  11:00
HUMAN RIGHTS FORUM

  11:30
COMMUNITY ACTION

Afternoon

  12:00
FILMS

    1:00
INTERLUDE

    3:00
YOUNG MUSICAL ARTISTS

    3:30
NAVY FILM   COLOR 

    4:00
AROUND THE CLOCK—Police

    4:30
PERSPECTIVE—Documentary

    5:00
FILMS FROM FRANCE

    5:30
WINGS TO THE WORLD

Evening

    6:00
STATEN ISLAND TODAY

    6:30
NEWS—Paul Manacher   COLOR 

    6:45
FILM

    7:00
FILM

    7:30
BROOKLYN COLLEGE

    8:00
COMMUNITY REPORT

    8:30
CONSULTANTS AT LARGE

    9:00
SIGHT AND SOUND—Music

    9:30
NEWS—Paul Manacher   COLOR 

    9:45
FILM

  10:00
IN THE LAW LIBRARY

  10:30
LATIN AMERICA



47 WNJU (NEWARK) (IND.)

Afternoon

    5:25
NEWS

    5:30
MOVIE—Comedy
“Conflicto Inesperando” (Spanish; 1952)

Evening

    7:30
HABLA EL DUQUE DE ASALTA—Discussion   COLOR 

    8:00
MOVIE—Drama
“La Ilegitima” (Mexican; 1957)

    9:30
SPANISH DRAMA   COLOR 

  10:00
VARIETY HOUR—Lanza   COLOR 

  10:30
NEWS—Corrigan   COLOR 

  10:45
VARIETY HOUR—Lanza   COLOR 

  11:15
MOVIE—Comedy
“Conflicto Inesperando” (Spanish; 1952)

  12:30
NEWS—Arturo Rodriguez

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9 comments:

  1. Thanks for another great look back. I think, however, that HOLLYWOOD SQUARES appeared on WNBC-TV, not WTIC-TV, which was a CBS affiliate. You have nothing listed for 11:30 AM on WNBC-TV, and WTIC-TV's DONALD O'CONNOR SHOW ran for 90 minutes, judging by the listing for the same program on WNEW-TV.

    Roy Stuart, who was a guest on O'Connor's show that night, had recently left his recurring role as Cpl. Boyle on GOMER PYLE, USMC, to appear in movies for Nat Hiken. Unfortunately for him, just a couple weeks after this week, Hiken died and his projects died with him. Stuart's departure allowed Ronnie Schell, who'd starred in the recently cancelled GOOD MORNING, WORLD, to return to the show as now Cpl. Duke Slater, Sgt. Carter's new Corporal. Schell had previously appeared as a fellow PFC w/ Gomer Pyle and the other recruits.

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  2. Error Alert:

    The listing for Hollywood Squares should be under Channel 4 (NBC), rather than Channel 3 (CBS).

    What follows is CONFIDENTIAL:
    Dan Budnik has just officially posted #58 of Eventually Supertrain; there's a tease of the next Bourbon Street Beat episode, "Inside Man" (#15).
    Assuming that you and Dan haven't yet recorded your colloquy about this episode, allow me to possibly answer the Big Question you may have about "Inside Man" (consider this a Spoiler Alert for what follows:

    *******************************************************************************

    "Inside Man" is, as you likely noted, a highly abridged remake of the classic 1949 Warner Bros. crime movie White Heat, which starred James Cagney and Edmond O'Brien.
    The screenplay was written by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts, then under contract to WB (many years before their TV successes with The Rogues and Mannix).
    Under the prevailing contract rules, Goff & Roberts were paid for the script, with small royalty payments attaching for any other use that WB would put the property to, including remake rights.
    When ABC talked Jack Warner into going into TV, one of the persuaders was that WB could turn any story properties they owned into teleplays; this they did with impunity.
    Had WB chosen to do so, they could have turned White Heat into an eight-minute Looney Tune, with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig in the Cagney and O'Brien roles, and would have been perfectly within their contractual rights.
    A year before, WB used 77 Sunset Strip to do tab remakes of two Hitchcock movies, Strangers On A Train and Dial M For Murder, both WB properties: Richard Long appeared in both (and these likely got him the Bourbon Street gig - but I digress).
    WB TV used its 'library' freely throughout its early ABC years: watch the credits closely, and you'll see many credits for "screenplays" and "plays" that served as sources for episodes of any and every WB series - westerns, detectives, anything - and often multiple times.
    In re White Heat/"Inside Man", Goff & Roberts got a credit for their 1949 screenplay - and that was the entirety of their involvement with Bourbon Street Beat; Howard Browne (whose name you've seen before) did the TV abridgement solo.
    So that should answer your Big Question before you even ask it.
    You're welcome.
    See you in mid-month.

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  3. I don't know anything about the game show Personality, but with George C. Scott, Peter Fonda, Godfrey Cambridge, and Joan Rivers all taking part, that had to be pretty interesting.

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    1. That's what I was thinking, too. Just thinking of George C. Scott on a game show boggles the mind.

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    2. Personality was an unusual panel from Bob Stewart, after he left Goodson-Todman.
      Larry Blyden was host, his first such show in that capacity.
      The weekly panel would be three celebrities, who would watch clips of another celeb (different each day), who would answer questions about various personal aspects of their own lives.
      Blyden would give the panel three choices; one was the actual celeb answer.
      I can't recall the scoring mechanism, i.e., who would win or lose, but somebody must have …
      TV Guide's listings followed a protocol usually: the first three names were the week's panel, while the fourth name was the filmed celeb giving the answers.
      Problem for me is that I'm not sure; since you've got the issue, what you do is check the day-to-day listings and see which names are on every day. You should have three as daily panelists, and a different fourth one on each day's show.
      So check, and be sure to let us know, OK? OK!

      Footnote:
      Several years after this, George C. Scott and his then-wife Trish Vandevere put in a week on Hollywood Squares, in service of a movie they'd just done together (which Scott directed).
      From all indications, George C. Scott apparently enjoyed the experience.
      So There Too.

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    3. I've seen 2 existing episodes of PERSONALITY on GSN & YouTube. These were from very late in the series, consecutive days July 28 & 29, 1969 (Mon/Tues of their week), and Jack Cassidy, Joan Rivers & Flip Wilson were the guest celebrities, who played for viewers who sent in postcards (similar to what was done on EVERYBODY'S TALKING). Each celebrity would be prefilmed, asked questions revealing their personalities in various ways, such as "As what animal would Flip Wilson come back if reincarnation were possible?", and Larry Blyden would give 3 possibilities for an answer, asked of the other 2 celebrities, and those who guessed correctly would receive $25 for their home viewer, and the top home viewer winner would win a prize, like a trip to the Caribbean. Near the end of the show there would be a guest celebrity on film (probably always the 4th celebrity listed in TVG, and TVG would often designate this person as being "on film" or "on tape". Don Rickles was the guest celebrity on the earlier show, and Jack Cassidy's then-wife Shirley Jones was the guest on the later show. Shirley was asked the questions apparently in a room of their house, since Jack was seen in a picture behind her. Coincidentally Jack won that show. I think there was a 3-way tie on the earlier show, and all 3 home viewers won the trip. I loved the look of this show, along w/ Bob Cobert's great theme (which was also used later for THREE ON A MATCH), but I found the game play itself rather slow & dull. TV Guide had an article about this show in its issue of Oct. 28, 1967, which was about how Bob Stewart thought people would be interested in knowing how celebrities thought. Nowadays it seems that we can't get enough of their thoughts, at least in their minds.

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  4. Looks like slight false advertising on ABC's part - those poor New Haven kids only got two cartoons at 9:30 and 10:00am before they tossed a movie and variety show in. :( Thanks for posting this, Thanksgiving and day after listings, and what the networks do each year is something I've always found very interesting.

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Thanks for writing! Drive safely!