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Evening TV Schedule for January 16, 1973

What are you watching?

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by Anonymousreply 145February 6, 2023 3:49 AM

I’m looking forward to “The Voyage of the Yes” at 9:30 with DL faves Desi Arnaz Jr, Della Reese and Beverly Garland.

by Anonymousreply 1January 17, 2023 1:26 AM

To men on a boat, learning about life together.

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by Anonymousreply 2January 17, 2023 1:30 AM

I’m all in for Margaret Hamilton as Professor Crabwell.

by Anonymousreply 3January 17, 2023 1:30 AM

I didn’t realize Maude was already on in the early 70s. I imagined it being solely a late 70s show.

by Anonymousreply 4January 17, 2023 1:31 AM

Temperature's Rising, followed by The Voyage of the Yes for the shirtless Desi!

by Anonymousreply 5January 17, 2023 1:41 AM

For Singles Only (1968) - see link

then

Carson

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by Anonymousreply 6January 17, 2023 1:46 AM

Hawaii 5-0 was our show.

by Anonymousreply 7January 17, 2023 1:56 AM

I'm pretty sure I watched the tv movie The Night Strangler. There were a lot of tv movies back then as well as mini series.

by Anonymousreply 8January 17, 2023 1:57 AM

I'm staying up late and watching "Frankenstein Part I".

by Anonymousreply 9January 17, 2023 2:15 AM

Johnny Carson with The Borg and Joey Heatherton.

by Anonymousreply 10January 17, 2023 2:19 AM

Maude then The Night Strangler then Marcus Welby, MD.

But during the commercials I would switch over to Desi, Jr.

by Anonymousreply 11January 17, 2023 2:22 AM

Temperatures Rising with DL fave Joan Van Ark!

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by Anonymousreply 12January 17, 2023 2:25 AM

R10, did the Borg assimilate Joey Heatherton?

by Anonymousreply 13January 17, 2023 2:30 AM

NBC Reports looks good.

by Anonymousreply 14January 17, 2023 2:32 AM

Fuck this, I'm going to the adult book stores on route 1 and 9 and suck cock.

by Anonymousreply 15January 17, 2023 2:36 AM

For Singles Only has John Saxon shirtless.

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by Anonymousreply 16January 17, 2023 2:40 AM

I’ll be watching the saucy “For Singles Only”

by Anonymousreply 17January 17, 2023 2:43 AM

[quote]Fuck this, I'm going to the adult book stores on route 1 and 9 and suck cock.

^ hawt!

by Anonymousreply 18January 17, 2023 2:46 AM

[quote]For Singles Only has John Saxon shirtless.

^ hawt! # 2

by Anonymousreply 19January 17, 2023 2:46 AM

Night Strangler. I loved those shows like the later The Night Stalker.

by Anonymousreply 20January 17, 2023 2:48 AM

My mother would have watched Bonanza, then Hawaii Five-0, then Marcus Welby.

by Anonymousreply 21January 17, 2023 2:51 AM

I'm the nerd with yellow fever that wants to see the 10pm NBC Reports from Peking. After that I'll watch Frankenstein.

by Anonymousreply 22January 17, 2023 3:29 AM

For Singles Only:

“…a California apartment complex for singles only where all the occupants are looking to hook up with Milton Berle” - and DL knows why.

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by Anonymousreply 23January 17, 2023 3:35 AM

Jess Walton was on every episodic show in the 70s - the Bold Ones here. She showed up in that Cannon clip that listed every guest star about 3 times, at least.

by Anonymousreply 24January 17, 2023 3:37 AM

Voyage of the Yes about two men on a boat "fighting their inner prejudices" sounds like must-see TV.

by Anonymousreply 25January 17, 2023 3:39 AM

I want to see the vivacious Miss Joey Heatherton on [italic]The Tonight Show.[/italic]

by Anonymousreply 26January 17, 2023 3:39 AM

For Singles Only

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by Anonymousreply 27January 17, 2023 3:40 AM

This really takes me back. I had just turned 12 the month before. I know we most likely would have watched Maude and Marcus Welby. My dad died 11 days after this.

by Anonymousreply 28January 17, 2023 3:42 AM

R21, Your mother? I would have! Now I must go watch that "Hawaii 5-O" episode, as I bought all seasons!

by Anonymousreply 29January 17, 2023 3:42 AM

I don’t feel like watching television 📺 tonight. I’m going to drive my brand new 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix with a 400 cubic inch V-8 to Loyal Inn Bowling 🎳 Alley and play a couple of games.

by Anonymousreply 30January 17, 2023 3:43 AM

[quote] I didn’t realize Maude was already on in the early 70s. I imagined it being solely a late 70s show.

It ran from 1972 to 1978.

by Anonymousreply 31January 17, 2023 3:44 AM

[quote] Jess Walton was on every episodic show in the 70s

Thats before teh Bells got there hands on her and corerupted her.

by Anonymousreply 32January 17, 2023 3:44 AM

I've stayed up late to watch Frankenstein, only to quickly realize it is made for TV-filler, not the original. Here's Elvira giving it to us a decade later:

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by Anonymousreply 33January 17, 2023 3:48 AM

Was this episode of Maude the introduction of Florida Evans to America?

Seminal!

by Anonymousreply 34January 17, 2023 3:51 AM

Who wouldn’t want to miss the FINAL Bonanza!?

by Anonymousreply 35January 17, 2023 3:53 AM

THE BOLD ONES

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by Anonymousreply 36January 17, 2023 3:58 AM

R30, In 1973 I was driving Datsun 240-Z!

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by Anonymousreply 37January 17, 2023 3:59 AM

[quote] Who would want to miss the FINAL Bonanza!?

We can barely get Channel 4 on our set, unfortunately.

by Anonymousreply 38January 17, 2023 4:04 AM

What market is this? Is this NYC?

by Anonymousreply 39January 17, 2023 4:09 AM

John Saxon shirtless and sporting a bad hairpiece...

by Anonymousreply 40January 17, 2023 4:09 AM

If only instead of John Saxon

it was

John Gavin

by Anonymousreply 41January 17, 2023 4:11 AM

R 39 - Must be a small market. no PBS or independent stations. Though it does have the channels match major markets. 2 CBS, 4 NBC, 7 ABC. It is either Eastern or Pacific time.

by Anonymousreply 42January 17, 2023 4:22 AM

R42 wait, that might be LA then.

by Anonymousreply 43January 17, 2023 4:23 AM

The networks all aired the same shows during Primetime hours throughout the country. Maude was not only aired out East and not West. I’m confused by the weird discussion at r41 r42

It airs out East at 8. Central is one hour behind and then when they hit 8 it airs. And later when it turns 8 out West it airs.

What is the confusion?

by Anonymousreply 44January 17, 2023 4:36 AM

[quote]Was this episode of Maude the introduction of Florida Evans to America? Seminal!

Don't be bringin' JIZZ into it, pervert!

by Anonymousreply 45January 17, 2023 5:23 AM

Here's the entire 1972-1973 TV season schedule.

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by Anonymousreply 46January 17, 2023 5:58 AM

I watched some Beatles shit on FH. Meh

by Anonymousreply 47January 17, 2023 6:01 AM

[quote] who informs Joe he has only fours to escape

[quote] in-genius electronic plants

Oh, dear.

by Anonymousreply 48January 17, 2023 6:08 AM

Why do the call it "Johnny Carson" instead of "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson"?

by Anonymousreply 49January 17, 2023 6:09 AM

I only knew Robert Foxworth from Falcon Crest, but I guess he got a lot of work.

by Anonymousreply 50January 17, 2023 6:10 AM

[quote] It airs out East at 8. Central is one hour behind and then when they hit 8 it airs.

Prime time begins at 7 Central time. If Maude was on at 8 Eastern, then it was on at 7 Central.

by Anonymousreply 51January 17, 2023 1:21 PM

[quote]R49: Why do the (sic) call it "Johnny Carson" instead of "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson"?

To save space in the printed media.

by Anonymousreply 52January 17, 2023 1:25 PM

I hope I make it home in time to watch Bonanza but I’ve got to pull into this service station and get the car filled with regular.

Hello, fill it with regular. Yes you clean 🧽 my windows, thank you. Gasoline is expensive nowadays- 37 cents a gallon!

by Anonymousreply 53January 17, 2023 1:46 PM

Yes you CAN clean my windows.

by Anonymousreply 54January 17, 2023 1:47 PM

I like the way TV Guide listed the guest stars.

by Anonymousreply 55January 17, 2023 2:09 PM

[quote]I'm staying up late and watching "Frankenstein Part I".

Yes. There’s little enough Susan Strasberg out there as it is!

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by Anonymousreply 56January 17, 2023 2:22 PM

Joey Heatherton was pretty talented. All the crazy stuff came later.

by Anonymousreply 57January 17, 2023 2:22 PM

I was two years-old and an only child at that point. Maude, Jack Lord, and Johnny were in my consciousness at that point. As it was 1972 Liza would loom large later that year in a most fabulous way.

by Anonymousreply 58January 17, 2023 2:32 PM

Bonanza description that Tom Skeritt informs Joe that “he has four to escape”? Four what? Hours? Seconds? Days? On all fours with his tight tush exposed for msn to man action?

by Anonymousreply 59January 17, 2023 2:38 PM

When I was a kid, I frequently referred to the show Bonanza as Ponderosa.

My grandparents thought that was funny.

I never sat through more than two minutes of the show; learning its actual name was not a priority for me.

I was a Bewitched gayling, through and through.

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by Anonymousreply 60January 17, 2023 2:51 PM

r49 r52 I remember seeing his show and Dick Cavett's listed as just "Carson" and "Cavett" in our edition, at some point and time.

by Anonymousreply 61January 17, 2023 2:55 PM

R57, her Dallas Cowboys husband was arrested for exposing himself to a ten-year-old girl in 1970.

That probably set off her own mental collapse more than anything else.

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by Anonymousreply 62January 17, 2023 4:08 PM

[quote][R42] wait, that might be LA then.

Can't be LA -- it's always had lots of independent stations (5, 9, 13)

by Anonymousreply 63January 17, 2023 4:58 PM

[quote]When I was a kid, I frequently referred to the show Bonanza as Ponderosa.

Bonanza reruns that aired on NBC in summer 1972 were called Ponderosa for some reason.

by Anonymousreply 64January 17, 2023 5:52 PM

I wish Marcus Welby was not on so late.

by Anonymousreply 65January 17, 2023 5:56 PM

Joey Heatherton!!

Hubba Hubba Hubba!

by Anonymousreply 66January 17, 2023 5:57 PM

[quote]I wish Marcus Welby was not on so late.

I wish James Brolin was shirtless more often on Marcus Welby.

by Anonymousreply 67January 17, 2023 5:58 PM

In his day, Lance Rentzel could have shown his weiner to me!

by Anonymousreply 68January 17, 2023 6:07 PM

It was a Tuesday night and I was a kid. We didn't watch TV most weeknights. I spent my evenings doing projects. Craft projects, building, science, etc. Back in those days middle class kids had an instrument to practice, maybe a winter sport practice, a bit of homework, and projects. TV wasn't a "hobby" for kids.

by Anonymousreply 69January 17, 2023 6:20 PM

I have a copy of Voyage of the Yes and I can attest to there being plenty of hot, hairy, shirtless Desi, Jr. But the film itself is actually pretty good.

by Anonymousreply 70January 17, 2023 6:21 PM

Who the hell had the bright idea to move Bonanza to Tuesdays?

by Anonymousreply 71January 17, 2023 6:22 PM

[quote]Who the hell had the bright idea to move Bonanza to Tuesdays?

That's where they sent it to die.

Bonanza was a Sunday night staple since its premier, but they moved it to Tuesdays for its final season.

by Anonymousreply 72January 17, 2023 6:48 PM

Yeah, usually moves like that are intended to kill a show. (see: Murder She Wrote)

by Anonymousreply 73January 17, 2023 7:03 PM

Tuesdays in the 60s and early 70s was generally the lowest rated night of the week.

CBS sent most of its rural comedies to Tuesday in the 1970-71 season to kill them off -- Beverly Hillbillies at 7:30 p.m., Green Acres at 8 p.m. and Hee Haw at 8:30 p.m.

All three were cancelled at end of season, along with Mayberry RFD, which aired on Mondays.

Hee Haw went on to find a long life in syndication.

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by Anonymousreply 74January 17, 2023 7:33 PM

No idea. I'm an eldergay, but not an elder-eldergay.

by Anonymousreply 75January 17, 2023 7:40 PM

Two Dan Curtis productions on the same page - The Night Strangler and Frankenstein.

I'll watch Night Strangler since I never miss a Jo Ann Pflug movie.

by Anonymousreply 76January 17, 2023 7:42 PM

Is that TV schedule page real? Something about it seems off, including all the errors.

by Anonymousreply 77January 17, 2023 9:02 PM

Looks exactly like the pages of TV Guide that I read every week growing up.

by Anonymousreply 78January 17, 2023 9:23 PM

I had a friend who worked at CBS in the early '70's and he told me they were going to "de-ruralize" the network and get rid of all the "country" shows no matter what their ratings were. Fred Silverman was promoted to programming chief and made that his first mission.

by Anonymousreply 79January 17, 2023 10:07 PM

R77 Assuming you're not trolling and meant what you posted, would you kindly elaborate re the "errors?"

by Anonymousreply 80January 17, 2023 10:30 PM

If I were thrown back in time to an era before VCRS (let alone 6-tuner DVRS), the stress of having to choose one show at a time would be too much for me.

by Anonymousreply 81January 17, 2023 10:44 PM

I probably watched Maude/the Night Strangler/followed by Marcus Welty so I could have a nightmare-less sleep.

My parents were distracted and neglectful R69, so TV was our nightly hobby.

by Anonymousreply 82January 17, 2023 10:50 PM

I, too, was hoping for a shirtless James Brolin, R67. The guys in our gym class was going through puberty at the time. I admired the guys who were growing really big bushes; I wanted one myself. So, I imagined James Brolin had a really big bush.

I didn't get one, myself. Who knows if I was right about Brolin.

by Anonymousreply 83January 17, 2023 11:39 PM

[quote]If I were thrown back in time to an era before VCRS (let alone 6-tuner DVRS), the stress of having to choose one show at a time would be too much for me.

But remember, you only had three networks to choose from. So, the stress level would be been a little less than having to choose out of 3,000 channels.

And you could always flip back and forth between two shows during the commercial break. That is, unless you had to adjust the antenna to receive the second station clearly. Then, it really wasn't worth it trying to flip between two stations.

by Anonymousreply 84January 18, 2023 1:36 AM

As an adolescent I had kind of a crush on McGarrett, not realizing exactly that I wanted to be his bitch as much as Dan-O.

by Anonymousreply 85January 18, 2023 1:40 AM

Hard to believe that For Singles Only (1968) was a theatrical release. The description makes it sound like a made4TV movie.

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by Anonymousreply 86January 18, 2023 1:44 AM

Speak for yourself R69.

by Anonymousreply 87January 18, 2023 1:49 AM

[quote] If Maude was on at 8 Eastern, then it was on at 7 Central.

As a kid growing up in the Central time zone, I wondered how kids on the East coast managed to stay up late enough to watch their shows. I remember seriously thinking that maybe everything, including school, started an hour later in the East. The school issue really concerned me.

by Anonymousreply 88January 18, 2023 2:28 AM

“Watching? Honey this is Chicago, we go out dancing!”

by Anonymousreply 89January 18, 2023 2:30 AM

I always thought that Friday night had the least amount of viewers. I wonder why Tuesday was the TV graveyard night. Was everyone bowling?

R28, I'm sorry you lost your dad at such a young age.

by Anonymousreply 90January 18, 2023 3:35 AM

[quote]I always thought that Friday night had the least amount of viewers.

Networks don't schedule there #1 show for the night with the least viewership. Why do you think Dallas aired on Fridays throughout the 80s.

It wasn't until sometime in the 90s that viewership on Friday and Saturdays began to fall of substantially to the point where the networks mostly air repeats or news shows on those nights.

No idea why Tuesdays was considered a slow night in the 60s and 70s, but it was. I guess that changed by the mid 70s when Happy Days began airing on Tuesdays with Laverne & Shirley and Three's Company soon premiering as part of the Tuesday lineup. Those were all programming decisions made by Fred Silverman which helped take ABC to the top of the ratings.

by Anonymousreply 91January 18, 2023 3:58 AM

[quote] Networks don't schedule there #1 show

Oh, dear.

by Anonymousreply 92January 18, 2023 4:32 AM

I'm trying to figure out what market that TV guide page represents. Channel 2 is CBS, Channel 4 is NBC, Channel 7 is ABC. I'm assuming New York?

by Anonymousreply 93January 18, 2023 5:07 AM

^ Correct

by Anonymousreply 94January 18, 2023 5:15 AM

OMG! The pilot movie for the Kolchak: The Night Stalker series is airing! Gotta watch that.

Sorry, Danno. I'll just have to lust over you next week.

by Anonymousreply 95January 18, 2023 5:36 AM

Hawaii Five-O sandwiched in between the Quinn-Martin productions.

by Anonymousreply 96January 18, 2023 7:00 AM

Ohh, Robert Foxworth fans can catch him on Hawaii Five-O at 8:30 p.m. on CBS and on Frankenstein at 11:30 p.m. on ABC.

by Anonymousreply 97January 18, 2023 7:24 AM

R95 - but the movie they're showing is The Night Strangler (the sequel) not The Night Stalker (the original film from the previous year).

by Anonymousreply 98January 18, 2023 10:26 AM

r93 Read the thread. It's not New York, LA, or any major market because there are only three stations. TV Guide used to have a national edition that only listed the major nationwide networks, but it didn't have channel numbers. So it's quite confusing.

by Anonymousreply 99January 18, 2023 11:55 AM

R99 - but the channels line up with NY metro area stations.

CBS is channel 2, NBC is channel 4, and ABC is channel 7.

by Anonymousreply 100January 18, 2023 12:04 PM

ONCE again -- if it's NY, LA (which uses the same numbering) or any other major market, there would be MANY other independent, UHF and PBS stations listed.

by Anonymousreply 101January 18, 2023 12:08 PM

My family would have watched Maude. Then my parents probably would have watched Hawaii Five-O and Marcus Welby, while I would've gone to my room to watch The Night Strangler.

by Anonymousreply 102January 18, 2023 12:42 PM

You had a TV in your room???

by Anonymousreply 103January 18, 2023 1:15 PM

ONCE again, this is a phony TV schedule. It is not a "real" page from TV Guide from 1973.

by Anonymousreply 104January 18, 2023 2:39 PM

R104 Now I am starting to believe that might be the case.

Without the small stations and more complete listings that does seem more like a mock up.

by Anonymousreply 105January 18, 2023 2:41 PM

A real page from what appears to be the Detroit edition.

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by Anonymousreply 106January 18, 2023 2:42 PM

A 1971 page from what looks to be the Cleveland edition which includes Erie PA TV stations. I recognize WJET.

Room 222 is on, gurls!

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by Anonymousreply 107January 18, 2023 2:46 PM

^^^ Are there one or more online sites that best display this info and for numerous or all major tv markets in the US that you'd recommend? I did some poking around for such info when this thread began but did not arrive at anything conclusive.

For a few years I've been trying to find info on the Twin Cities tv listings for the first 2 weeks of December of 1963. I eventually came to the conclusion that I'd need to visit the archives of the Mpls Public Library or the Minneapolis Tribune in order to find what I'm specifically looking for. Anything found or recommended to point me in the right direction would be appreciated!

by Anonymousreply 108January 18, 2023 3:21 PM

Those are the same as in Denver, r100.

by Anonymousreply 109January 18, 2023 3:27 PM

R108 TV listings don't usually show up on searchable online databases. But you could see if the Sunday papers that those libraries have archived might have saved it. Library first, not sure if the paper itself would have it saved. If the Minneapolis library doesn't have it check others in the area.

I have Newspapers.com (because I am on Ancestry.com) and just did a check for you for the Star Tribune - unfortunately Newspapers.com only has a few months of 1963 and December isn't one of them.

by Anonymousreply 110January 18, 2023 3:27 PM

^^^ Thanks for your reply and the effort you made on my behalf!

by Anonymousreply 111January 18, 2023 3:32 PM

How dare you, r33, the Dan Curtis made-for-TV movies were not filler!

by Anonymousreply 112January 18, 2023 3:35 PM

This site shows "The Bold Ones" as "Houston PD - Hernandez," with the same description and actors.

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by Anonymousreply 113January 18, 2023 3:37 PM

For a long time, syndicated shows had to have a different title than the original TV show, for copyright reasons apparently, r64. "Happy Days" was "Happy Days Again" and "CHiPS" was something like "CHiPS on Patrol."

by Anonymousreply 114January 18, 2023 3:40 PM

Cover from that week's TV Guide.

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by Anonymousreply 115January 18, 2023 3:40 PM

NY Times review June 6, 1968 Vincent Canby

QUITE unintentionally, "For Singles Only" may be the definitive movie about certain aspects of southern California life.The film, which opened at neighborhood theaters here yesterday, is a mindless, witless romantic drama about the mindless, witless young people who live, swim and boogoloo all day in one of those southern California apartment houses restricted to chamois-skinned unmarrieds.It stars John Saxon, an actor who looks a lot like Marlon Brando, and Mary Ann Mobley, a former Miss America. Milton Berle plays the social director at the apartment house, and Lana Wood is seen as a girl wronged by a married wolf who sneaks into the singles paradise.Typical of the values in the film itself is a statement in a publicity brochure about Miss Wood. She is, says the brochure, the younger sister of Natalie and "a talented actress in her own right."The movie, which is really an impotent fantasy about the sex life of the young, was produced by Sam Katzman ("Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land," "Life Begins at 17," etc.) Possibly only an elderly movie producer living in southern California could remain alive and yet be so dead to the meaning of the world around him.Singular California

FOR SINGLES ONLY, screenplay by Hal Collins and Arthur Dreifuss based on a story by Arthur Hoerl and Albert Derr. Directed by Mr. Dreifuss; produced by Sam Katzman. A Four Leaf Production, presented by Columbia Pictures. At neighborhood theaters. Running time: 91 minutes.Bret Hendley . . . . . John SaxonAnne Carr . . . . . Mary Ann MobleyHelen Todd . . . . . Lana WoodGerald Pryor . . . . . Mark RichmanNydia Walker . . . . . Ann ElderLily . . . . . Chris NoelArchibald Baldwin . . . . . Marty IngelsMiss Jens . . . . . Hortense PetraJim Allen . . . . . Charles RobinsonBob Merrick . . . . . Duke HobbieMr. Parker . . . . . Milton Berle

by Anonymousreply 116January 18, 2023 3:45 PM

You can find out what was playing on any day via TV Tango and also sometimes Wikipedia, so I don't know why someone would go to the trouble of Photoshopping a fake TV Guide page that matches what was actually on that night.

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by Anonymousreply 117January 18, 2023 3:47 PM

Except it DOESN'T match. At least on NBC at 9PM.

by Anonymousreply 118January 18, 2023 4:08 PM

And on CBS at 8PM.

by Anonymousreply 119January 18, 2023 4:09 PM

Yes it does, r118. "The Bold Ones" IS "The New Doctors." There were a whole batch of shows that were shown under the umbrella title "The Bold Ones."

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by Anonymousreply 120January 18, 2023 4:13 PM

Here's another schedule for the same night, r119. It has "Maude" listed. The schedules match.

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by Anonymousreply 121January 18, 2023 4:14 PM

r120 see r113

by Anonymousreply 122January 18, 2023 4:23 PM

Both the TV movie "Hernandez" and "The Bold Ones: The New Doctors: The Night Crawler" show a release date on NBC on January 16, 1973, r122.

I don't know which one aired at 8:00 p.m. that night, but they were both scheduled. There was probably a last-minute change, with "Hernandez" pre-empting "The Bold Ones," since "Hernandez" is listed as being a special presentation.

That doesn't mean the OP mocked up a fake TV Guide page. It would be real weird for someone to fake a TV Guide page that is exactly the same as what was on television that night.

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by Anonymousreply 123January 18, 2023 5:07 PM

Ohh, that Cleveland Friday night TV schedule that r107 posted has a repeat showing of Cinderella with Lesley Ann Warren and Stuart Damon.

I'd probably skip the sacred ABC Friday night lineup of Brady Bunch, Partridge Family, Room 222, Odd Couple and Love, American Style to watch Cinderella.

by Anonymousreply 124January 18, 2023 5:25 PM

I received a portable TV for my 13th birthday in 1973. It was small enough to sit on my desk in my bedroom, and it was black and white. But it was a TV, that's all that mattered.

by Anonymousreply 125January 19, 2023 12:31 AM

I used to read the TV Guide as a kid. We didn't have that much to read back then and we lived 12 miles from the library.

by Anonymousreply 126January 19, 2023 12:35 AM

I'm going for the Robert Foxworth double bill

Hawaii Five-O at 8:30 p.m. on CBS and on Frankenstein at 11:30 p.m. on ABC.

Fortunately I have a 2 hour break to enjoy one or two Swanson's Hungry Man Fish and Chips TV Dinners

There are a few left in the freezer from 1973.

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by Anonymousreply 127January 19, 2023 2:58 AM

Fall '73

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by Anonymousreply 128January 19, 2023 3:17 AM

...and Susan Strasberg as Patty Toma

by Anonymousreply 129January 19, 2023 3:31 AM

Sally Field plays a married woman in the r128 intro, but is still “The [italic]Girl [/italic]with Something Extra.”

Sigh.

by Anonymousreply 130January 19, 2023 7:13 AM

I notice Helen Lawson’s series BOTTOMS UP! isn’t in that NBC retrospective.

Didn’t she play a hardened streetwalker who inherits a tavern?

by Anonymousreply 131January 19, 2023 7:17 AM

[quote]Fuck this, I'm going to the adult book stores on route 1 and 9 and suck cock.

lol. And I know exactly which adult book stores you're referring to!

by Anonymousreply 132January 19, 2023 7:53 AM

[quote] You had a TV in your room???

Yes. It was a smallish B&W table top set, not one of those behemoth Magnavox monstrosities with color. That was in the living room.

by Anonymousreply 133January 25, 2023 12:37 PM

[quote]Dan Curtis made-for-TV movies were not filler

Indeed. Not if he's the same Dan Curtis who produced and directed the Winds of War and War & Remembrance miniseries.

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by Anonymousreply 134January 25, 2023 3:11 PM

Adrienne Barbeau at 8; Jo Ann Pflug at 8:30, then Joey Heatherton at 11:30. It’s tits & ass night and I’m here for it!

by Anonymousreply 135January 25, 2023 3:25 PM

OP- 1973 was the good old days. 1973 was the very year that our standard of living in the United States peaked. It's also the year that our manufacturing peaked- both have dropped dramatically since then.

by Anonymousreply 136January 25, 2023 5:17 PM

R135- Adrienne Barbeau - just for you

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by Anonymousreply 137January 25, 2023 5:20 PM

1973 was also the year Playgirl started publishing. Some of the celebrities we saw while growing up were full-frontal naked, or nearly so. That trend continued into the following year.

by Anonymousreply 138January 26, 2023 12:14 AM

R103, I had my own TV from 10th grade (thanks, Grandmom!).

R69, I watched television every single weeknight, having done my homework before supper. Plus, I could now multi-task with Science Fair projects (remember school-wide Science Fairs? They're defunct, I think.), e.g. As for practicing (trombone, in my case), eh. I did enough.

But miss my TV?! No way! Nobody could record/TIVO/DVR then! I always watched Wild Wild West, Peyton Place, I Spy, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., The Avengers, Mission: Impossible, Wagon Train (if Michael Burns was on), Star Trek, That Was The Week That Was, Ed Sullivan, The Smothers Brothers, Hootenanny, Shindig, Hullabaloo, and more!

My high school senior year, 1966--67:

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by Anonymousreply 139January 30, 2023 2:16 AM

Was that Frankenstein "Frankenstein: The True Story"? If so it was excellent and heartbreaking, starring Michael Sarrazin and introducing Jane Seymour as Prima:

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by Anonymousreply 140January 30, 2023 2:25 AM

Speaking of Seymour, did you know she has two different colored eyes?

She is a mutant.

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by Anonymousreply 141January 30, 2023 5:24 AM

Every national network TV schedule from the 1940s to the present is located here. I remember watching shows in the 1966-67 schedule, on the same nights and sequences listed here.

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by Anonymousreply 142January 31, 2023 1:33 AM

The Class Of 1973

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by Anonymousreply 143January 31, 2023 3:58 AM

R143 - Voted most likely to guzzle gas and kill its owners in a fiery explosion.

by Anonymousreply 144January 31, 2023 12:32 PM

R144- That's the Ford Pinto silly.

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by Anonymousreply 145February 6, 2023 3:49 AM
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