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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania 00 DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY TIMES U75 Complete television programs WCAU-TV (CBS) Phila. ffl WNJS-TV (PBS) Camden (D WHYY-TV (PBS) Wilm. CD OWGAL-TV (NBC) Lane. ffl WPHL-TV (IND) Phlla. WKBS-TV (IND) Phila. (Programs listed are provided by the stations and are subject to last minute changes.> WEDNESDAY COPYRIGHT 1975 T.V. DATA. INC. August 6, 1975 0 THE MOD SQUAD 0 THE MERV GRIFFIN SHOW CQ DINAH! ULTRA MAN m THE THREE STOOGES CE MICKEY MOUSE CLUB MISTER ROGERS CD MARINE BOY m BEWITCHED 0 Q NEWS 09 THE ELECTRIC COMPANY Q SPIDERMAN VILLA ALEGRE QP HOGAN'S HEROES 2D THE MUNSTERS 0 JACKPOT EVENING "Ni.-oo O Q Q GD NEWS (0 TODAY IN DELAWARE (Q FAMILY AFFAIR ffi THE ELECTRIC COMPANY THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY THE LUCY SHOW 6 O NBC NIGHTLY NEWS Q ABC EVENING NEWS (0 CBS EVENING NEWS C0 TAKE 12 "Paoli Memorial Hospital" (Q LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE ffi PLAY CHESS S) ROOM 222 XOD McHALE'S NAVY O TREASURE HUNT "Love and the Co-ed Dorm" Q TO TELL THE TRUTH Q TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES GD NEWS JB WOMAN "Affirmative Action in Business" (B THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW QD ROMAGNOLIS1 TABLE "An Alpine Tradition" THE F.B.I. CD THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES Q NAME THAT TUNE Q THE PRICE IS RIGHT ID JANE MOORE AND Guest: Peter Benchley. (R) IB GET SMART ffi NEW JERSEY NEWS REPORT G3 DICK VAN DYKE SHOW >Q LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE "Child of Pain." At a town meeting Pa and Ma Ingalls differ on how to deal with a drunken father who bean his son. (R) O THAT'S MY MAMA "The Irnajee Maker." Clifton and Mama are picked as the subjects of a TV documentary oh a representa- tive middle class black family. (R) CD TONY ORLANDO AND DAWN Guests: Jinimie Walker. Shari Lewis, and Karen Mor- ris. (R) FEELING GOOD. Guests: DonaJd Byrd and the Blackbyrds (R) OF LANDS AND SEAS NO, HONESTLY "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner'' FRONT ROW CENTER 03 IT TAKES A THIEF 13 ABC WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIE "The Stranger Within" starring Barbara Eden, George Grizzard. An expectant mother's unborn child orders her bizarre diet, erratic behavior and mysterious dis- appearance to give premature birth to the stranger (R) MARK OF JAZZ MASTERPIECE THEATRE "Uptairs, Downstairs: A Sudden Storm." The advent of World War I threatens to change the course of the lives of all at Eaton Place. QD BICENTENNIAL MINUTES Narrator: Charles Grodin. 0 NBC NEWS UPDATE Q Q THE zoo GANG "The Lion Hunt.'' The arrest of a Latin American revolutionary upon entering France in disguise poses a matter of delicacy only to be solved by his escape from prison. "The Twisted Cross." The Zoo Gang re-enacts a war- time exploit to catch up with a mystery that had its beginning in the time when the Nazis were crumbling. ifD CANNON A lawyer and former football star makes a long broken- field run to the scene of his college triumphs to escape a crime syndicate bent on eliminating him. (R) C3 THEATRE IN AMERICA "In Fashion." A musical, marital merry-go-round sat- irizing the morals and mores of the late 19th century French society. (R) THE NINE O'CLOCK MOVIE "Red Skies of Montana" (1952) starring Richard Wid- mark, Jeffrey Hunter. Firefighters of the U.S. For- estry Service are caught in a blazing inferno, with no avenue of escape, SUMMER TIME CD THE MERV GRIFFIN SHOW O JIM STAFFORD SHOW (D MANNIX "Chance Meeting." A Vietnam deserter calls on motorcycle gang to take revenge on Man nix when the private detective searches for him as a murderer. (R) ffl SAFARI CAUGHT IN THE ACT "Jonathan Edwards" TO BE ANNOUNCED GD DEALER'S CHOICE 0 O Q fiD NEWS
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