Dating game 1970 episodes
Wizard / Captain Noah / Thanksgiving Day Specials / Disney's First Christmas Special / Saturday Morning Cartoons / The Magic Garden / Amahl & the Night Visitors / Holiday Toy Commercials / Lucy & Desi's Last Christmas Show / Joey Heatherton / Fat Albert / The Virginian / Bewitched / Death of John Wayne / 1974 Saturday Mornings / Chuck Mc Cann / Rudolph Collectables / Shrimpenstein / Local Popeye Shows / New Treasure Hunt / 1966 ABC TV Shows / 1967 TV Shows / 1968 TV Shows / Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes & Baby Doll / Fridays / TV Moms / Red Skelton / Star Wars / KISS / Lancelot Link / Saturday Morning Cartoons / The Magic Garden / Wonder Woman / Classic Comic Books / Andy Griffith / Cher / TV Shows on DVD / Outtakes & Bloopers / 1967 TV Shows / Romper Room / ABC Movie of the Week / The Goldbergs / Daws Butler Commercials / Saturday Morning Commercials / Captain Kangaroo / Chicago Local Kiddie Shows / Boston Local TV / Philly Local TV / NYC Local Kid Shows / Amos 'n' Andy / Electric Company / Bette Davis / Judy Garland / Christmas Specials / Redd Foxx / Good Times / Sitcom Houses / What's Happening!ABC Tuesday Movie of the Week Weekly low-budget, high concept, made-for-TV movies starring out of work movie stars and B-list television personalities scored big for ABC starting in 1969.The Wednesday Movie of the Week was launched the following year and proved almost as popular, coming in at number 25 this season.Produced, written and created by animator extraordinaire Chuck Jones - two kids would visit the shop to discover something new each week, with the help of puppets like Baron Balthazar and S. This season saw Brian Keith as a craftsman who could lose his job to automation; Bill Mumy in the story of a teen girl who questions her values; Jack Albertson as a comedian searching for humanity in a computerized world; Ed Asner, Meredith Mc Rae and Beau Bridges in the tale of draftee undergoing a crisis of conscience. This was one of many religious anthology shows on Sundays that included "Remember what Capt. what silly memories." - Emily MTHE TIMESLOT: Until the fall of 1971, the networks all began their primetime fare at , that's when they gave up the - slot to local stations, except on Thursdays and Sundays.
With the fall of 1972, the three networks gave up Thursdays at but kept broadcasting at on Sundays (all but ABC, they started at on Sundays and broadcast until pm while the other two nets finished up at ).
Cook and Moore clearly foresaw the rise of streaming services like Netflix way back in 1970, while the BBC couldn't even imagine i Player.