Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967
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    Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967

    (Source: Tucson Citizen)

    KVOA 4 (NBC)
    AM

    6:55 Reportaje de Noticias
    7 Today
    8 Snap Judgement
    8:25 NBC News
    8:30 Concentration
    9 Pat Boone
    9:30 Hollywood Squares
    10 Jeopardy
    10:30 Eye Guess
    10:55 NBC News
    11 News (Dick Mayers, Paul Mayer with no ‘s’)
    11:30 Let’s Make A Deal
    PM
    12 Days Of Our Lives
    12:30 The Doctors
    1 Another World
    1:30 You Don’t Say!
    2 Match Game
    2:30 Girl Talk
    3 Movietime: “Morgan The Pirate”
    5 Reports (no program details; newscast?)
    5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report
    6 News
    6:30 The Monkees
    7 Road West
    8 NBC Monday Night Movie: “Blazing Sand”
    10 News
    10:15 Tonight
    11 JFK Conspiracy (From NBC, hosted by Frank McGee)
    12A Movie: “Seven Men From Now”

    KUAT 6 (NET)
    PM

    6:30 Spectrum (Featured: Medicine men of Africa)
    7 What’s New (early American military)
    7:30 The Creative Person (Profiled: Architect of Dulles International Airport
    8 The French Chef
    8:30 Living For The ‘60s (Women pursuing careers after children grow older)
    9 N.E.T. Report (Racial issues in South)
    10:30 Command Performance (repeat of 7 p.m. show)

    KGUN 9 (ABC)
    AM

    7:25 Thought For The Day
    7:30 Pepper, Sea Horse
    8 Marshal KGUN (with host Bob Love)
    8:30 Hollywood: Doctor
    9 Supermarket Sweep
    9:30 DEBUT: Family Game (with Bob Barker) “Three family teams with parents attempting to match correct answers with their youngsters.”
    10 Everybody’s Talking (with Lloyd Thaxton)
    10:30 Donna Reed
    11 The Fugitive
    PM
    12 Newlywed Game
    12:30 Dream Girl
    1 General Hospital
    1:30 Dark Shadows
    2 Dating Game
    2:30 Afternoon Movie: “The Big Heat”
    4:30 Sea Hunt
    5 News In Action
    5:30 ABC News
    6 Adventure
    6:30 Iron Horse
    7:30 Rat Patrol
    8 Felony Squad
    8:30 Peyton Place
    9 Big Valley
    10 News In Action
    10:30 Joey Bishop (Guest: Gene Berry)
    12A Peter Gunn

    KZAZ 11
    PM

    1 From The Border (Host: Oscar Stevens; from Nogales)
    3 Movie: “El Sol Sale Para Todos”
    4:30 Cartoon Capers
    5 Country Music Time
    5:30 Danny Thomas
    6 McHale’s Navy
    6:30 The Flintstones
    7 Stage Eleven (movie): “Dodge City”
    9 News
    9:30 77 Sunset Strip

    KOLD-TV 13 (CBS)
    AM

    5:50 Farm And Ranch
    6 Summer Semester
    6:30 CBS Morning News
    6:55 Arizona State News
    7 Captain Kangaroo
    8 Candid Camera
    8:30 Beverly Hillbillies
    9 Andy Of Mayberry
    9:30 Dick Van Dyke
    10 Love Of Life
    10:25 CBS News
    10:30 Search for Tomorrow
    10:45 Guiding Light
    11 Leave It To Beaver
    11:30 As The World Turns
    PM
    12 Password
    12:30 House Party
    1 To Tell The Truth
    1:25 CBS Midday News
    1:30 Edge of Night
    2 Secret Storm
    2:30 Mike Douglas
    4 Merv Griffin
    5:30 CBS News
    6 KOLD-TV Big News with Jim Peterson
    6:30 The Lucy Show
    7 Andy Griffith
    7:30 Family Affair
    8 Cornet Blue
    9 Gilligan’s Island
    9:30 Mr. Terrific
    10 Niteline News with Dave Nicholas
    10:30 Perry Mason
    11:30 Alfred Hitchcock
    12:30A News Final

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    Re: Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967

    KVOA 4 (NBC)

    10:15 PM Tonight Show
    11:00 PM JFK Conspiracy (from NBC, hosted by Frank McGee)

    Wonder why that The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson was only 45 minutes, leaving out Johnny's monologue in the process? Did KVOA carry only 45 minutes of the show minus Johnny's monologue?

    I believe that the JFK Conspiracy special was a tape delay from a previous night, thus the lateness of showing this.

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    Re: Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967

    Is the show at 8:30 AM on Channel 9 "Dateline: Hollywood"?
    At the time it was on ABC at 10:30 AM (ET). As I noted on
    my Atlanta posting for October 1967, it was the show that
    gave America Rona Barrett. Originally, Joanna Barnes (a
    frequent panelist on '70s "What's My Line?") was hostess,
    and Miss Rona delivered a short gossip column. By the end
    of the show's run, in December, Joanna had left to do a movie,
    and Rona had taken over the whole show.

    If so (and I believe it is), then "Doctor" is probably Dr. Lendon
    Smith's "Children's Doctor," which far outlasted "Dateline: Hollywood."
    It followed "The Baby Game" and "It's Happening" in 1968, then
    "Funny You Should Ask" in late 1968 and early 1969. Dr. Smith,
    of course, is better known as a contributor to "Good Morning America."

    The show you called "Cornet Blue" is "Coronet Blue." Frank
    Converse played an amnesiac. NYC police had found his
    near-dead body in the East River and had heard him mumbling
    the words "coronet blue." Given the name Michael Alden,
    Converse's character spent the series trying to discover just
    who he was (cop, mob hitman, victim of a mob hit, or what?)
    and what "coronet blue" meant. Because producer Herb Brodkin
    had written and filmed thirteen episodes a couple of years earlier
    (when CBS had made repeated promises to put it on the air, then
    failed to follow through), we never found out who Alden really was.
    By the time the show did air, Frank Converse was at ABC, filming
    "N.Y.P.D." (not to be confused with "NYPD Blue"). The ratings for
    "Coronet Blue" were quite good, CBS wanted to continue it, but
    it was too late.

    The NBC News special on the JFK assassination came about the
    same time that CBS did an examination of the Warren Commission
    report, and came up with even better evidence that Oswald acted
    alone.

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    Re: Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967

    Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick
    The NBC News special on the JFK assassination came about the
    same time that CBS did an examination of the Warren Commission
    report, and came up with even better evidence that Oswald acted
    alone.
    ...as I recall, this was the program referenced in Oliver Stone's film JFK -- but, IIRC, Stone couldn't use the NBC Peacock logo and substituted the CBC Butterfly logo instead (has that CBC logo *ever* been seen that far south, even on the NET/PBS station in NOLA?)...the evidence collected in both the NBC and CBS specials couldn't have been very good -- who the hell believes today that Oswald even shot at Kennedy, let alone was the only one to do it?...
    King Daevid MacKenzie

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    Re: Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967

    [quote=DM601 ]
    (Source: Tucson Citizen)

    [b]KVOA 4 (NBC)
    6:30 The Monkees

    On the East Coast, at that time I Dream of Jeannie was on after The Monkees. Did KVOA carry Jeannie on tape delay on another nite?

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    Re: Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967

    [quote=BobbyNBC10 ]
    Quote Originally Posted by DM601
    (Source: Tucson Citizen)

    [b]KVOA 4 (NBC)
    6:30 The Monkees

    On the East Coast, at that time I Dream of Jeannie was on after The Monkees. Did KVOA carry Jeannie on tape delay on another nite?
    ..."I Dream of Jeannie" only followed "The Monkees" that season during its first half; during the second half, "The Monkees" was followed by "The Road West," a Western series that only lasted a single season, and a movie. By the next season, "I Dream of Jeannie" was moved to Tuesday nights, "The Krafty Music Hall" and "Run For Your Life" were moved to Wednesdays and "The Roger Miller Show" was cancelled...
    King Daevid MacKenzie

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    Re: Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967

    Quote Originally Posted by DM601
    (Source: Tucson Citizen)
    [b]KVOA 4 (NBC)
    5 Reports (no program details; newscast?)
    5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report
    6 News
    5:00-5:15 Woman's Report with Marie Fraesdorf (later: Sue Green)
    5:15-5:30 usual news/weather--perhaps no sports until the 6:00 show


    [b]KVOA 4 (NBC)
    6:30 The Monkees
    7 Road West
    8 NBC Monday Night Movie: “Blazing Sand”
    A few holes to fill here, which will also address replies 4 and 5...

    NBC Mondays at the start of the 66-67 season, times ET--
    7:30 The Monkees
    8:00 I Dream Of Jeannie
    8:30 Roger Miller Show
    9:00 The Road West
    10:00 Run For Your Life

    --Miller was canceled mid-season, replaced at 8:30 by Captain Nice.
    All of the shows, including Nice, remained in their slots through the
    entire season. (Source: Brooks & Marsh.)

    At the start of the season KVOA-TV aired Miller at 6:30 MT, Road
    at 7:00 and a local movie at 8:00, so the movie listing is
    no doubt a local program. (Source: TV Guide 1966 Fall Preview
    issue, Tucson edition.)

    They did not carry Monkees in the fall and I don't think they picked it
    up until its second season, so the 6:30 show in the June 19 listings is
    probably Captain Nice (unless NBC ran a Monkees episode at 8:30 ET
    that night, but it would be odd that KVOA would air it).

    Jeannie aired Saturdays at 5:00, on 16mm film, IIRC (can't recall if it
    was five- or a 12-day delay).

    Run For Your Life aired Sundays at 9:00.


    [b]KVOA 4 (NBC)
    10 News
    10:15 Tonight
    11 JFK Conspiracy (From NBC, hosted by Frank McGee)
    KVOA-TV had very limited VTR facilities and could barely delay
    one show a night, and that usually aired a week late, plus some
    oddball delays via 16mm film. That said, there's no way they
    could turn around Carson in an hour (or 45 min. since they
    still had only a 15 min. 'cast at 10:00). As speculated, they
    JIPed the show at 10:15! Sort of. They played back the open
    (recorded at 9:30) and just as Ed was about to say "Heeeeerrre's
    Johnny!" they cut to the network to whatever segment the show
    was in. : Many times they had to sit on a program slide for a
    bit if the net was in the middle of a spot.

    Not sure when the NBC special at 11:00 was from--could it have
    preempted Run For Your Life at 10:00 ET that night and KVOA
    didn't want to sit on it until one or two Sundays later?
    Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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    Re: Retro: Tucson, Monday, June 19, 1967

    Quote Originally Posted by DM601
    [b]KGUN 9 (ABC)
    6:30 Iron Horse
    7:30 Rat Patrol
    8 Felony Squad
    8:30 Peyton Place
    9 Big Valley
    10 News In Action
    10:30 Joey Bishop (Guest: Gene Berry)
    Prime time all on 16mm film fed from KTVK Phoenix--same night's episodes
    as the network (not a week old); in pattern on film Sunday-Friday, live net
    on Saturday.

    This season KTVK did start to dabble in tape delaying shows on a random
    basis. ABC Stage 67 would have been tape-delayed each Wednesday.
    A few Monroes and F Troop were on tape occasionally, I don't know if it
    was part of their learning curve or if the film print didn't arrive in time or
    was damaged.

    KTVK did do a nightly one hour delay of Bishop.


    [b]KOLD-TV 13 (CBS)
    6:30 The Lucy Show
    7 Andy Griffith
    7:30 Family Affair
    8 Cornet Blue
    9 Gilligan’s Island
    9:30 Mr. Terrific
    10 Niteline News with Dave Nicholas
    Network feed provided by KOOL-TV Phoenix, the 9:00 and 9:30 sitcoms
    were tape-delayed from 5:30-6:30 MT. KOOL MC operator: remember
    to clip the "audio over credits" on Terrific--its a promo for Lucy!
    Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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