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Tuesday January 16, 1973
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Prime-time network TV listings for Tuesday January 16, 1973:


8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS Maude: Maude Meets Florida (R) Hawaii Five-O: The Listener Movie: Voyage Of The Yes (1973)
ABC Temperature's Rising: How To Cure A Doctor Of Money Movie: The Night Strangler (1973) Marcus Welby, M.D.: Who Are You, Arthur Kolinski?
NBC Bonanza: The Hunter Hernandez - Houston P.D. The Forbidden City
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[CBS 8:00] Maude [Reg]: Maude Meets Florida
Season 1, episode 3
W: Walter Stone, Rod Parker   D: Robert H. Livingston

With Brian Morrison (Phillip Traynor).
Maude Findlay hires Florida, a black housekeeper. To prove her liberalism, Maude insists that they become close personal friends, ignoring the fact that Florida wants no part of it.

(Repeat program, originally aired 9/26/1972)

[ABC 8:00] Temperature's Rising [Reg]: How To Cure A Doctor Of Money
Season 1, episode 17
W: Artie Phillips, Johnny Greene   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Craig Littler (Mr. Cooper), Larry Delaney (Crenshaw), Holly Irving (Mrs. Cooper), Michael Conrad (Livingston).
An ex-pro football player who has completed his medical studies decides to intern at Capital General, but finds it hard when his former coach keeps offering bonuses to go back to football.

[NBC 8:00] Bonanza [Reg]: The Hunter
Season 14, episode 16
W: Michael Landon   D: Michael Landon

With Tom Skerritt (Corporal Bill Tanner), Peter O'Crotty (Old Man), Phillip Avenetti (Mexican), Grizzly Green (Harve), Hal Burton (Man).
Joe Cartwright shares a meal in the open country with a stranger who informs Joe that he has only four hours to escape -- and will then be caught and killed. (Last show of the series.)

[CBS 8:30] Hawaii Five-O [Reg]: The Listener
Season 5, episode 16
W: Meyer Dolinsky   D: Richard Benedict

With Robert Foxworth (Eric Fowler), Greg Mullavey (Cerberus), Patricia Herman (Mary Dalton), Linda Ryan (Eva Haynes), Michael Morgan (Lee Jones), John A. Hunt (Paul), Winston Char (Dr. Barnes), Radames Pera (Bob Martinelli), Lisa Pera (Angela Martinelli), Elissa Fontes (Carol Fowler).
An unseen but apparently omnipresent electronics wizard threatens a psychiatrist and his patients through a series of ingenious electronic plants, and McGarrett is called in to investigate.

[ABC 8:30] Movie: The Night Strangler (1973)
W: Richard Matheson   D: Dan Curtis

With Darren McGavin, Jo Ann Pflug, Simon Oakland, Scott Brady, Wally Cox.
A crusading newspaper reporter uncovers a 120-year-old Jekyll and Hyde killer in Seattle's eerie underground city and battles censorship from his editors and the police as he tries to prove the monster's existence.

[NBC 9:00] Hernandez - Houston P.D. [special]
W: Robert Van Scoyk   D: Richard Donner

With Henry Darrow, Dana Elcar, Ronny Cox, G.D. Spradlin, Desmond Dhooge.
A psychotic voyeur is determined to assassinate a detective because of jealousy involving the detective's girlfriend. Pilot film for a projected series.

[CBS 9:30] Movie: Voyage Of The Yes (1973)
W: Bill Stratton   D: Lee H. Katzin

With Desi Arnaz Jr., Mike Evans, Beverly Garland, Scoey Mitchell, Skip Homeier, Della Reese, Steve Franken.
Two teenagers embark upon a dramatic sea journey that finds them not only battling the forces of nature, but their hidden prejudices as well.

[ABC 10:00] Marcus Welby, M.D. [Reg]: Who Are You, Arthur Kolinski?
Season 4, episode 17
W: Peter S. Fischer   D: Philip Leacock

With Nehemiah Persoff (Nicholas Kolinski), Peter Mark Richman (Arthur Kolinski), Jack De Mave (Reese Bennett), Victor Izay (Dr. Rollins), Michael Rupert (Craig Cole).
An aging mechanic is estranged from his son, an apparently successful businessman bedeviled by insecurity, who doesn't want his son to follow in his father's footsteps.

[NBC 10:00] The Forbidden City
An in-depth profile of Peking, China, the "Forbidden City", by NBC News producer Lucy Jarvis. The program examines the ancient architecture of old China palaces, throne rooms, temples, gardens and art galleries. The Peking of yesterday will also be contrasted with the life in the city today, profiling a modern Chinese family in their day-to-day living.


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