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    Retro: New York City — Friday, November 22, 1963

    Friday, November 22, 1963

    Channels:
    2—WCBS (CBS)
    4—WNBC (NBC)
    5—WNEW (Independent)
    7—WABC (ABC)
    9—WOR (Independent)
    11—WPIX (Independent)
    13—WNDT (NET)

    MORNING

    6:15
    2—Previews

    6:20
    2—Give Us This Day
    7—News

    6:25
    2—The Early News

    6:30
    2—Sunrise Semester
    Introduction to ethics.
    4—Education Exchange
    Professor Thomas Jones discusses history. (Part 2)
    7—Project Know
    Rapid reading.

    7:00
    2—News
    4—Today
    Scheduled: Broadway musical star Inga Swenson ("110 in the Shade"); art critic Aline Saarinen. (Hugh Downs)
    7—Early Bird Cartoons

    7:05
    5—Call to Prayer

    7:15
    5—News

    7:30
    5—Columbia Seminars
    "The Cultural Realm."

    8:00
    2—Captain Kangaroo
    5—The Sandy Becker Show
    7—Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse

    8:30
    7—The Little Rascals
    11—Operation Alphabet
    (Alexander Shevlin)

    8:55
    13—Tri-State Deadline

    9:00
    2—My Little Margie
    "Miss Whozis." Margie (Gale Storm) takes a modeling job, and she tries to keep it a secret from her father. She develops a crush on the photographer, but he doesn't even know her name. (Repeat)
    4—Birthday House
    (Paul Tripp)
    7—MOVIE: Tulsa
    (1949) Susan Hayward, Robert Preston. A cattle rancher's daughter turns Oklahoma wildcatter with a geologist and an Indian as partners.
    11—The Jack LaLanne Show
    13—Profile: New Jersey
    Congressman William B. Widnall (R).

    9:10
    9—Farm Report

    9:15
    9—News and Weather

    9:30
    2—Our Miss Brooks
    "Angela's Wedding." Connie (Eve Arden) acquires another admirer when a handsome football coach joins the faculty. Mrs. Davis: Jane Morgan. Mr. Boynton: Robert Rockwell. Coach: Ben Gage. Farnsworth: Sam Hern. (Repeat)
    5—Topper
    "Topper Tells All." Topper (Leo G. Carroll) has his day in court when he gets a parking ticket. George: Robert Sterling. Marion: Anne Jeffreys. (Repeat)
    9—MOVIE: Private Lives
    (1931) Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery. Divorced sophisticates meet again on their honeymoons with new spouses.
    11—En France
    (Dawn Addams)
    13—School TV Service Programs

    9:55
    4—News
    (Bob Wilson)

    10:00
    2—CBS Morning News
    (Mike Wallace)
    4—Say When!!
    5—MOVIE: The Man in the Trunk
    (1942) Lynne Roberts, George Holmes. A dance hall girl and an attorney try to save a bookie from the electric chair.
    11—MOVIE: Too Late for Tears
    (1949) Lizabeth Scott, Don DeFore, A woman kills her husband and plots with a private eye after someone tosses a moneybag into her car.

    10:25
    4—NBC News
    (Edwin Newman)
    7—News

    10:30
    2—I Love Lucy
    "Mertz and Kurtz." Fred's globetrotting old vaudeville partner, Barney Kurtz (Charles Winninger), shows up, so Fred says he's a real-estate tycoon (with a red-headed maid to prove it). Actually, Barney's a cook in the Bronx, but his grandson (Stephen Wootton) is coming for a visit, so it's on with the show. (Repeat)
    4—Word for Word
    7—Girl Talk
    (Virginia Graham)

    11:00
    2—The McCoys
    "McCoys Ahoy." With fire in his eyes, Grampa leads the clan in a battle with the Navy. Walter Brennan. Captain: Denver Pyle. Luke: Richard Crenna. Kate: Kathleen Nolan. (Repeat)
    4—Concentration
    7—The Price Is Right
    9—Quest for Certainty

    11:20
    5—Metropolitan Memo

    11:25
    5—News

    11:30
    2—Pete and Gladys
    "The Six Musketeers." A weekend trip tests the friendship of the Porters and their neighbors. Harry Morgan, Cara Williams. Howie: Alvy Moore. Alice: Barbara Scott. Janet: Shirley Mitchell. (Repeat)
    4—Missing Links
    5—Romper Room
    7—Seven Keys
    9—Greatest Drama
    "Ace of Aces." Captain Eddie Rickenbacker.
    11—Bozo's Cartoon Circus Lunchtime Show

    AFTERNOON

    12 pm
    2—Love of Life
    4—Your First Impression
    7—The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show
    9—News
    (John Wingate)

    12:15
    9—Joe Franklin's Memory Lane
    11—Rocky and His Friends

    12:25
    2—CBS News
    (Robert Trout)

    12:30
    2—Search for Tomorrow
    4—Truth or Consequences
    5—Cartoon Playtime
    (Fred Scott)
    7—Father Knows Best
    "Man About Town." Bud dates a beauty-contest winner with expensive tastes. Robert Young, Billy Gray, Jane Wyatt, Elinor Donahue, Lauren Chapin. Marissa: Kathleen Case. (Repeat)
    11—Laurel and Hardy

    12:45
    2—The Guiding Light

    12:50
    11—Mid Day News

    12:55
    4—NBC News
    (Ray Scherer)

    1:00
    2—The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
    4—Tell Us More
    Profiles of Fred Allen and Jack Benny.
    7—General Hospital
    11—Seven League Boots
    "The Strongmen of Persia."

    1:25
    5—News

    1:30 [Programming is interrupted on most stations between 1:30 and 2:00 with the first bulletins of the assassination attempt on President Kennedy and Governor Connally]
    2—As the World Turns
    4—Bachelor Father
    "Bentley and the Beach Bum." Kelly's latest ambition: beachcombing. Kitty: Sue Ane Langdon. Kelly: Noreen Corcoran. Bentley: John Forsythe. Howard: Jimmy Boyd. Barry: John Yates. (Repeat)
    5—MOVIE: The Man in the Trunk
    (1942) Lynne Roberts, George Holmes. A dance hall girl and an attorney try to save a bookie from the electric chair.
    7—The Ann Sothern Show
    "It's a Dog's Life." Katy breaks the rules and gives Donald a puppy. Billy: George Riley. Katy: Ann Sothern. Anna: Alice White. Macauley: Ernest Truex. (Repeat)
    9—MOVIE: Private Lives
    (1931) Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery. Divorced sophisticates meet again on their honeymoons with new spouses.
    11—Star for Today
    "The Joyful Lunatic." The story of Joseph Priestley (Alexander Scourby), the British and American chemist who is credited with the discovery of oxygen. (Repeat)

    2:00
    2—Password
    Guest celebrities: Lena Horne and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
    4—People Will Talk
    7—December Bride
    11—People Are Funny

    2:25
    4—NBC News
    (Floyd Kalber)

    2:30
    2—Art Linkletter's House Party
    4—The Doctors
    7—Day in Court
    11—How to Marry a Millionaire
    "Loco and the Cowboy." Can a simple Queen of the Rodeo (Loco) find happiness with a rich riding instructor? Barbara Eden, Lori Nelson, Merry Anders. Kirby: Don Heyden. (Repeat)

    2:50
    5—Metropolitan Memo

    2:55
    5—News
    7—Lisa Howard and News with the Woman's Touch

    3:00
    2—To Tell the Truth
    Orson Bean; Joan Fontaine; Chester Morris; Phyllis Newman.
    4—The Loretta Young Theatre
    "Big Jim." A woman returns to find the son she abandoned 15 years before. Cora: Loretta Young. Jimmy: Bobby Driscoll. Robbins: Chick Chandler. Bess: Mary Carroll. (Repeat)
    5—Doorway to Destiny
    "The Last Days of Nick Pompey." Jeff (Richard Conte) goes to Italy to track down a gangster's missing wife and child. (Repeat)
    7—Queen for a Day
    9—News
    (Joseph King)
    11—The Best of Groucho

    3:15
    9—Looney Tunes

    3:25
    2—CBS News
    (Douglas Edwards)

    3:30
    2—The Edge of Night
    4—Trans-Pacific Satellite Special
    President Kennedy, NASA director James Web and Japanese Ambassador to the United States Kōichirō Asakai take part in the first experimental transmission via relay satellite from the U.S. to Japan. Present power will permit only one-way east-to-west transmission.
    5—The Texan
    "Image of Guilt." Outlaws go after a child—the only person who can identify his father's killer. Longley: Rory Calhoun. Jess: Richard Travis. Tubbs: Chris Alcaide. Jimmy: Stephen Hammer. Sheriff: Don Haggerty. (Repeat)
    7—Who Do You Trust?
    9—The Funny Company
    11—Broken Arrow
    "Indian Medicine." Jeffords and Cochise's efforts to nurse an ailing friend land them in jail. Jeffords: John Lupton. Cochise: Michael Ansara. Burl: K.L. Smith. Ben: Harry Woods. Sheriff: Sam Flint. Lejos: Ernie Martinez. (Repeat)

    3:45
    4—You Don't Say!
    Panelists: Gisel MacKenzie; Herschel Bernardi. [Joined in progress]

    4:00
    2—The Secret Storm
    4—Match Game
    Panelists: Shelley Berman; Betty White.
    5—Hall of Fun
    (Fred Hall)
    7—Trailmaster
    "The Mark Hanford Story." Mark Hanford bitterly opposes his father's remarriage—and intends to prevent it by any means possible. Ann: Kathleen Crowley. Adams: Ward Bond. Flint: Robert Horton. Hanford: Onslow Stevens. Jake: Paul Fix. Martin: I. Stanford Jolley. Lawyer: Perry Ivins. Running Bear: Steven Ritch. (Repeat)
    11—The Adventures of Superman
    "The Unknown People." Part 1 of two. Small creatures emerge from the center of the Earth. Jimmy: Jack Larson. Lois: Phyllis Coates.

    4:30
    2—Love That Bob
    "Bob Becomes Chuck's First Patient." Chuck considers giving up his pre-med studies. Enter Bob, feigning a mysterious ailment. Bob Cummings, Dwayne Hickman, Rosemary De Camp, Ann B. Davis. (Repeat)
    7—Make Room for Daddy
    "Danny Strikes Oil." Danny invests in a friend's get rich-quick scheme. Margaret: Jean Hagen. Terry: Sherry Jackson. Rusty: Rusty Hamer. (Repeat)
    11—The Mighty Hercules Show
    (Uncle Joe Bolton)

    5:00
    2—The Early Show: The Snow Creature
    (1954) Paul Langton, Leslie Denison. An expedition to the Himalayas succeeds in bringing back an abominable snowman.
    4—Movie Four: West of Zanzibar
    (1954) Anthony Steel, Sheila Sim. A game warden receives help from African natives in capturing an ivory poaching gang.
    7—The Big Show: Young and Wild
    (1958) Gene Evans, Scott Marlowe. Three boys steal a car for a joy ride, hit a woman and leave the scene of the accident.
    9—Movie of the Week: Prehistoric Women
    (1950) Laurette Luez, Allan Nixon. Allan Nixon. Story of the Stone Age when a handful of women try to capture some men to make them slaves.
    11—The Chuck McCann Show
    13—Once Upon a Day

    5:30
    5—Sandy's Hour
    (Sandy Becker)
    13—What's New?
    "Wildlife and Reptiles" with Murl Deusing; "Space Age"; with Dr. Dan Posin; "Folk Music" with Tony Saletan; films.

    5:55
    11—The Zacherley Show
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    Friday, November 22, 1963 [Continued]

    Channels:
    2—WCBS (CBS)
    4—WNBC (NBC)
    5—WNEW (Independent)
    7—WABC (ABC)
    9—WOR (Independent)
    11—WPIX (Independent)
    13—WNDT (NET)

    EVENING

    6 pm
    13—Operation Alphabet
    (Alexander Shevlin)

    6:30
    2—CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite
    4—The Pressman-Ryan Report
    (Gabe Pressman, Bill Ryan)
    5—Mickey Mouse Club
    7—News
    (Bill Beutel)
    9—Maverick
    "The Resurrection of Joe November." A $10,000 temptation puts Bret unwittingly in the middle of a fantastic smuggling scheme. Felice: Joanna Barnes. Baron: Charles Maxwell. Willie: Donald Barry. Veronique: Roxane Berard. Bessie: Nita Talbot. Ambrose: Harry Cheshire. (Repeat)
    11—Supercar
    "The Sky's the Limit." Masterspy plans to steal Supercar. (Repeat)
    13—Profile: New Jersey
    Impresario Sol Hurok.

    6:45
    7—The ABC Evening News with Ron Cochran

    6:55
    4—Weather
    (Pat Hernon)

    7:00
    2—Evening Report
    (Robert Trout)
    4—The Huntley-Brinkley Report
    )Chet Huntley, David Brinkley)
    5—The Gallant Men
    "Some Tears Fall Dry." A brash woman correspondent (Gail Kobe) is determined to file an exclusive story—even at the risk of breaching military security. Benedict: William Reynolds. (Repeat)
    7—I'm Dickens... He's Fenster
    A Wolf in Friend's Clothing." Harry tries to protect his friend's daughter from a wolf—Arch (Marty Ingels). Harry: John Astin. Susan: Carolyn Kearney. Kate: Emmaline Henry. Mel: Dave Ketchum. (Repeat)
    11—Three Star News
    (Kevin Kennedy, John Tillman)
    13—French Course
    (Milton Seiden)

    7:30
    2—The Great Adventure
    "Wild Bill Hickok—The Legend and the Man." Wild Bill Hickok's prowess with a gun stands him in good stead in his job as U.S. marshal of Hays City and Abilene in Kansas. Hickok: Lloyd Bridges. Agnes: Sheree North. Young: James Griffith. Williams: Tom Reese. Varnes: Len Lesser. Brady: Ed Knight. McCanles: Leo Gordon. McCall: Neil Nephew.
    4—International Showtime
    "Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen Circus." Don Ameche introduces the Copenhagen Circus in a program of acts. Included: a trick acrobatic bicyclist; the Schumann horses; cloys in a mock bullfight; and an aerial mother-and-daughter act.
    7—77 Sunset Strip
    "Lover's Lane." Bailey treads a delicate line between the world of politics and the world of crime as he tries to clear a political boss's son of murder. Gates: Preston Foster. Chuck: Hampton Fancher III. Bailey: Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Starkey: Charles McGraw. Tina: Yvonne Craig.
    9—The Million Dollar Movie: The Unholy Wife
    (1957) Diana Dors, Rod Steiger. A California vintner's wife botches his murder with her rider-rider lover.
    11—The Honeymooners
    "The Sleepwalker." Norton's sleepwalking becomes a waking nightmare for Ralph, who can't get any sleep because he's been asked to keep his pal from wandering off on late-night strolls around the neighborhood. Doctor: George Petrie. (Repeat)
    13—The Compleat Gardener
    (Raymond Korbobo)

    7:45
    13—British Calendar

    8:00
    5—The Roaring '20s
    "Pie in the Sky." An imaginative suitor (Will Hutchins) tries to talk his girl friend into marriage—from a perch atop a flagpole. Norris: Rex Reason. Luana: Jennifer West. Lombardi: Anthony Caruso. Pinky: Dorothy Provine. (Repeat)
    11—Life with Father
    "Father Buys a Horse." Father orders a horse for the carriage, but Mother assumes it's for the children to ride. Father: Leon Ames. Mother: Lurene Tuttle. (Repeat)
    13—Personal Report

    8:30
    2—Route 66
    "Kiss the Monster, Make Him Sleep." Linc falls for a woman (Barbara Mattes) whose desire for independence is exceeded only by an inability to break away from her possessive brother (James Coburn). Mrs. Case: Linda Watkins. Linc: Glenn Corbett.
    4—Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre
    A John O'Hara story adapted by Rod Serling finds an ailing barkeep ((Lee J. Cobb) seeking love and peace of mind as he looks to sell out to his bartender (Harry Guardino). June: Gena Rowlands. Buddy: Archie Moore. Vito: Stanley Adams. Metcalf: Larry Blake.
    7—Burke's Law
    "Who Killed Jason Shaw?" Detective Burke questions an assortment of kooks when a financier's body is found floating in a pool. Reese: Burgess Meredith. Jill: Tammy Grimes. Murphy: Keenan Wynn. Burke: Gene Barry. Soboski: Oscar Homolka. Lucy: Joyce Jameson. Tilson: Gary Conway. Les: Regis Toomey. Julian: Richard Haydn. Marian: Marlyn Mason.
    11—You Asked for It
    13—Saki: The Improper Stories of H.H. Munro
    Debut: The beginning of an eight-program series in which the stories of Saki are dramatized by a British cast. Tonight: "The Stampeding of Lady Bastable," "Sredni Vashtar," "The Way to the Diary," and "A Defensive Diamond."

    8:58
    11—News
    (John Tillman)

    9:00
    5—Bronco
    "Backfire." Who killed Sheriff McKeever? More puzzling, why? The questions haunt Bronco (Ty Hardin), who wades through a series of clues to find the murderer. Stanton: Jeff York. Daley: Don Beddoe. Laurie: Carol Ohmart. Parrott: Troy Donahue. McKeever: Barry Kelley. (Repeat)
    11—Navy Log

    9:30
    2—The Twilight Zone
    "Night Call." A lonely, elderly invalid (Gladys Cooper) is terrified by a series of mysterious phone calls. Directed by Jacques Tourneur. Margaret: Nora Marlowe. Miss Finch: Martine Bartlett.
    4—Harry's Girls
    "Bet It All." A fabulous version of early retirement awaits the girls when they have a run of luck at a crooked roulette wheel. Harry: Terry Blyden. Lois: Dawn Nickerson Rusty: Susan Silo Terry: Diahn Williams
    7—The Farmer's Daughter
    "The Simple Life." Katy heads for home after an argument with Glen. Katy: Inger Stevens. Glen: William Windom. Papa: Walter Sande. Mama: Alice Frost. Olaf: George Kennedy. Julia: Bobo Lewis. Agatha: Cathleen Nesbitt.
    9—Foreign Film Festival: La Forza del Destino[/i]
    (Italian, 1950) Tito Gobbi, Nelly Corradi. The love of Don Alvaro for Leonora. He accidentally kills her father, who while dying calls upon his son for vengeance. Eventually the two meet with dramatic results.
    11—The Allie Sherman Sports Show
    13—What Can I Do?
    Opportunities for volunteer work.

    9:58
    11—News
    (John Tillman)

    10:00
    2—The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
    "Body in the Barn." An elderly woman turns detective to track down the murderer of her timid husband. Lillian Gish. Henry: Peter Lind Hayes. Adamson: Kent Smith. Camilla: Maggie McNamara. Samantha: Patricia Cutts.
    4—The Jack Paar Program
    Scheduled: Liberace; poet-pugilist Cassius Clay; Mary McCarthy, author of "The Group"; comic Milt Kamen. Liberace accompanies Clay's poetry reading.
    5—The Detectives
    "The New Man." The new guy is Sgt. Chris Ballard (Mark Goddard), whose first assignment is to charm his way into the confidence of a mobster's wife. Dixie: Roxanne Arlen. Holbrook: Robert Taylor. Lisa: Ursula Thiess. (Repeat)
    7—Fight of the Week
    Johnny Persol, of Brooklyn, and Allen Thomas, of Chicago, in a 10-round light heavyweight bout at Madison Square Garden. Don Murphy reports [Live]
    11—Danger—Continent Seven
    Documentary about the Antarctic and the men who explored it. Admiral George Dufek hosts.

    10:30
    5—The D.A.'s Man
    "Bajour." Shannon (John Compton) looks into a gypsy con game. Bonacorsi: Ralph Manza. Anna: Loraine Dymtryo. Looba: Ziva Rodann. Lenko: Ric Roman. Raknovitch: Mark Sheeler.
    13—At Issue
    "The Next Step for East and West." Professor Zbigniew Brzezinski of Columbia University; Professor Roger Fisher of Harvard Law School; Professor William E. Griffith, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

    10:45
    7—Make That Spare
    (Johnny Johnston)

    LATE NIGHT

    11:00
    2—Late Report
    (Douglas Edwards)
    4—The Eleventh Hour
    (Frank McGee)
    5—News
    7—ABC News Final
    (Murphy Martin)
    9—The Million Dollar Movie: The Unholy Wife
    (1957) Diana Dors, Rod Steiger. A California vintner's wife botches his murder with her rider-rider lover.
    11—Eleven O'Clock News and Weather
    (John K.M. McCaffrey)
    13—Engineering Journal
    "Lasers."

    11:10
    5—Hollywood's Finest: God Is My Co-Pilot
    (1945) Dennis Morgan, Dane Clark. Col. Robert L. Scott Jr. becomes a member of Gen. Chennault's (Raymond Massey) Flying Tigers in World War II.
    11—Weather
    (Lynda Lee Mead)

    11:10
    4—Weather
    (Tex Antoine)

    11:15
    4—Local News
    (Merrill Mueller)
    11—The Steve Allen Show
    Guests: Cliff Arquette ("Charley Weaver"); comic Don Sherman; singer Jennie Smith; actor Gil Lamb.

    11:20
    2—The Late Show: Charge of the Lancers
    (1954) Paulette Goddard, Jean-Pierre Aumont.
    7—The Best of Broadway: The Halls of Montezuma
    (1951) Richard Widmark, Jack Palance.

    11:30
    4—The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
    Scheduled: Actor Kirk Douglas; English singing comic Dave King; American comic Henny Youngman; The Willis Sisters.

    12 am
    13—Reflections

    12:45
    4—Racket Squad
    "Anyone Can Be a Sucker." A big-time gangster is fleeced by two con artists. Reed Hadley, Nancy Valentine, Sam Hearn, Jack Harris. (Repeat)

    1:00
    2—The Late Late Show
    "Forbidden Alliance." (1934) Norma Shearer, Fredric March. A girl defies her father to pursue a love affair with a London poet; "Virginia City." (1940) Errol Flynn, Miriam Hopkins. Spies from the North and the South attempt to outwit each other and obtain a quantity of gold being held in Virginia City.
    4—News
    (Bill Rippe)
    9—News and Weather

    1:05
    4—The 13th Hour Movie: Molly and Me
    Grace Fields, Monty Woolley. A singing housekeeper makes sweeping changes in the home of a former member of Parliament.
    5—Call to Prayer

    1:15
    5—MOVIE: The First Legion
    (1951) Charles Boyer, William Demarest. A Jesuit priest views with skepticism the controversial and seemingly miraculous recovery of a bedridden man.

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    My grandmom watched NBC's coverage, likely because was used to watching The Doctors in that 2:30 time slot.(so she heard Frank McGee's announcement, not Walter Cronkite's.)

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    4—Trans-Pacific Satellite Special
    President Kennedy, NASA director James Web and Japanese Ambassador to the United States Kōichirō Asakai take part in the first experimental transmission via relay satellite from the U.S. to Japan. Present power will permit only one-way east-to-west transmission.

    Scheduled to air on channel 4 that day at 3:30 PM. Yikes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KML-224 View Post
    4—Trans-Pacific Satellite Special
    President Kennedy, NASA director James Web and Japanese Ambassador to the United States Kōichirō Asakai take part in the first experimental transmission via relay satellite from the U.S. to Japan. Present power will permit only one-way east-to-west transmission.

    Scheduled to air on channel 4 that day at 3:30 PM. Yikes!
    https://youtu.be/749gdCqSXuo

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    I believe that special was to be hosted by Frank McGee, since the satellite(along with The Doctors and pretty much every NBC show then) was an RCA product. Makes sense, doesn't it?

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    Great listings could anyone add the weekend schedules for November 23 and 24, 1963, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TVCOOL View Post
    Great listings could anyone add the weekend schedules for November 23 and 24, 1963, please?
    November 23 can probably be arranged, but November 24 might be a tall order, since weekly TV schedules were usually released on Sundays, and programming info would have been sketchy at press time.

    But I’ll see if I can scrape something together.
    Last edited by AKA; 04-16-2019 at 04:56 PM.

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    The Special which never aired was hosted by both Frank McGee of NBC and Jules Bergman of ABC.

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