Garage Sale Finds: Vintage 1976 TV Guide - Gone with the Wind


What was on TV November 6th through 12th, 1976?


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Welcome once again to What was on TV.  The major television event of this week in 1976 was the first network airing of "Gone with the Wind". I remember my mother being very excited about this.

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 Why does that guy look like a ventriloquist dummy?





 Some harsh words from R. Walters for Angie Dickinson and all women over 35!




 I don't recall Ted Baxter having a son on Mary Tyler Moore, much less that it was played by Robbie "Oliver" Rist.  Rist was appearing in "Big John, Little John" on Saturday mornings at the same time.

 Oh Wonder Girl.  If anyone could steal me away from Wonder Woman, it was you.  ROWRRR!















 I don't recall Chef Boyardee Frozen Pizza.  It must not have been around very long.

 "P.J." and "the President's Son" were both played by Lance Kerwin would star in James at 15/16 the next year.  He was also starred in the television adaption of "Salem's Lot".









Through the manipulation of his parents, Marjoe Gortner was an ordained evangelical preacher by the age of 4 and traveled the revival circuit until the age of 16, earning his parents an estimated $3 million dollars.  When his father left with the money, Marjoe left preaching.  He later decided to parlay his ability to preach to large crowds into acting.










That's all for now.  Tune in next time.

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