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Programs for WMOW-DT3 on Thursday, July 19, 2018
12:00 AM
The Dick Cavett Show George Burns (TV-PG) Comic and actor George Burns visits to chat with host Dick Cavett.
12:30 AM
The Dick Cavett Show Malcolm Cowley (TV-PG) American writer Malcolm Cowley visits to chat with host Dick Cavett.
1:00 AM
Martin and Lewis (TV-PG, NR, **) A screwball comedian's crashing of a swinging crooner's lounge act becomes the catalyst to one of Hollywood's most beloved comedy pairings.
3:00 AM
Mr. and Mrs. North House Behind The Wall A married couple works together as a team of amateur detectives while solving various crimes in New York City before the police force can.
3:30 AM
Annie Oakley Annie and the Texas Sandman (TV-G) Discover the tales of the Old West's famous sharp shooter, tough and straight-talking cowgirl Annie Oakley.
4:00 AM
Movin' On Games When Will is stopped by a crooked police officer who writes him up on frivolous charges, he seeks redemption in a game of football against the cop.
5:00 AM
The Best of Hollywood Best of 1932: Tarzan the Ape Man, Red Dust, Grand Hotel, and more (Repeat, TV-PG) Reviews of films released in 1932, including "Tarzan the Ape Man," "Red Dust," and "Grand Hotel," are conducted to demonstrate their impact on cinema.
6:00 AM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
6:30 AM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
7:00 AM
Through the Decades July 19 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
8:00 AM
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour Lucy Wants a Career (TV-G) Lucy is tired of the daily routine as a house wife and wants something more, and decides she wants to enter the working world; she finds a wanted ad.
9:00 AM
Our Miss Brooks The Hawkins Travel Agency A fun-loving, cynical high school English teacher deals with unexpected situations caused by students and faculty.
9:30 AM
I Married Joan The Milkman Cometh (TV-G) A mild-mannered community judge faces the comedic mishaps caused by his wacky wife.
10:00 AM
The Donna Reed Show Rally Around The Girls, Boys (TV-PG) An upper middle-class housewife gets into humorous situations with her pediatrician husband and teenage children as she tries to juggle life and charity drives.
10:30 AM
The Donna Reed Show Slipped Disc (TV-PG) An upper middle-class housewife gets into humorous situations with her pediatrician husband and teenage children as she tries to juggle life and charity drives.
11:00 AM
Family Affair Albertine (TV-G) Jody and Buffy make friends with a student classmate at school whose father always seems to be out of town, which concerns the twins.
11:30 AM
Family Affair A Matter of Choice (TV-G) Cissy makes a new friend, but the friend uses her to disobey her parents; Uncle Bill thinks that the kids would benefit from him reading fairy tales.
12:00 PM
Petticoat Junction One of Our Chickens is Missing (TV-G) The game warden has difficulty apprehending two tough motorcyclists who are suspected of being the people responsible for a string of poaching cases.
12:30 PM
Petticoat Junction The Three Queens (TV-G) When Hooterville holds a beauty contest, the three Bradley sisters, along with Dr. Janet Craig, wind up facing one another in the event.
1:00 PM
The Mary Tyler Moore Show The Seminar (TV-G) Lou and Mary travel to Washington D.C. for a press junket, where Lou attempts to impress Mary by making claims to having several high-profile contacts.
1:30 PM
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Once I Had a Secret Love (TV-G) Lou reveals all of the intimate details of his date with Sue Ann several weeks before, and Mary struggles to keep the information a secret.
2:00 PM
The Bob Newhart Show Peeper Two (TV-G) When one of Bob's old friends from his college days returns for a visit, Bob is surprised to find that his normally jovial friend seems to be very depressed.
2:30 PM
The Bob Newhart Show Enter Mrs. Peeper (TV-G) When Bob learns his friend from college is coming to the city for a visit and has a surprise, he expresses his excitement at seeing his highly jovial friend.
3:00 PM
Newhart (TV-PG) A good-natured author and his wife find themselves surrounded by eccentric locals after they purchase a historic inn and move to a rural Vermont town.
3:30 PM
Newhart (TV-PG) A good-natured author and his wife find themselves surrounded by eccentric locals after they purchase a historic inn and move to a rural Vermont town.
4:00 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
4:30 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
5:00 PM
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (TV-PG) Comics Dan Rowan and Dick Martin present a variety program featuring improv sketches, political satire, appearances from celebrities and musical performances.
6:00 PM
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (TV-PG) Guests include Victor Borge, Rosemary Clooney, Arlene Dahl, George Gobel, Phil Harris and George Kirby.
7:00 PM
Through the Decades July 19 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
8:00 PM
The Dick Cavett Show (TV-PG) Host Dick Cavett sits down for an interview with jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie; stunt performer Evel Knievel makes an appearance.
9:00 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
9:30 PM
Ed Sullivan Show The universal appeal of this variety show attracted people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and economies; the eclectic entertainment had something for all.
10:00 PM
Through the Decades July 19 (HD, New, TV-PG) News anchor Bill Kurtis walks viewers through major news moments that have taken place in history on a specific day, and how each moment impacts pop culture.
11:00 PM
The Best of Hollywood Best of 1933: King Kong, 42nd Street, I'm No Angel, and more (Repeat, TV-PG) Reviews of films released in 1933, including "King Kong," "42nd Street," and "I'm No Angel," are conducted to demonstrate their impact on cinema.
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