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Sunday December 14, 1975
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Prime-time network TV listings for Sunday December 14, 1975:


7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS 60 Minutes Cher Kojak: A House Of Prayer, A Den Of Thieves Bronk: Betrayal
ABC Swiss Family Robinson: Ernie's Christmas The Six Million Dollar Man: Clark Templeton O'Flaherty Movie: Whatever Happened To Aunt Alice? (1969)
NBC The Little Drummer Boy (R) The Tiny Tree Bob Hope Holiday Special Dean Martin California Christmas Mac Davis Christmas Special
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[CBS 7:00] 60 Minutes
Profiles of Ronald & Nancy Reagan; Kepone, a toxic insect killer; Profile of Arthur Rubenstein.

[ABC 7:00] Swiss Family Robinson [Reg]: Ernie's Christmas
Season 1, episode 12
W: John Meredyth Lucas

The Robinsons use all their ingenuity to reproduce a typical Swiss Christmas on their uncharted tropical island, but their festive plans are suddenly interrupted by a grave emergency.

[NBC 7:00] The Little Drummer Boy [special]
W: Romeo Muller   D: Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr.

With Greer Garson, Jose Ferrer, Paul Frees, June Foray, Teddy Eccles, The Vienna Boys Choir.
An animated Christmas story of an orphan boy who goes to Bethlehem and arrives at the Christ Child's manger with nothing to give except a song.

(Repeat program)

[NBC 7:30] The Tiny Tree [special]
An animated tale of a crippled young girl whose Christmas is made happier by a tiny tree and the forest animals who have befriended her.

[CBS 8:00] Cher [Reg]
Season 2, episode 14

With Hal Linden, Ruth Buzzi, Glen Campbell.
Highlights include Cher singing "Sweet Georgia Brown"; Campbell performs "Country Boy"; Cher and Linden spoof Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy; Laverne tries to arrange a blind date for Gladys Ormphby (Buzzi).

[ABC 8:00] The Six Million Dollar Man [Reg]: Clark Templeton O'Flaherty
Season 3, episode 13
W: Frank Dandridge   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Lou Gossett Jr. (Clark Templeton O'Flaherty), Louise Latham (Ms. Hallaway), H.M. Wynant (McAdams), Lillian Randolph (Landlady).
A secret chemical placed on government documents leads Steve Austin on a mission to prove whether or not his friend is guilty of being a traitor.

[NBC 8:00] Bob Hope Holiday Special [special]
With Redd Foxx, Angie Dickinson, Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, The AP All-America football team..
Bob Hope's annual holiday hour.

[CBS 9:00] Kojak [Reg]: A House Of Prayer, A Den Of Thieves
Season 3, episode 13
W: Gene Kearney   D: Robert Day

With Vincent Gardenia (Det. LaGuardia), Eileen Brennan (Julie Loring), Lonny Chapman (Lt. Follmer), Jeff Corey (Frank Raynor), Eddie Barth (Joe Torrey), Jay Varela (Sam Lopez), Martine Bartlett (Margaret McCune), Don Calfa (Burgess), Dean Santoro (Walter).
A former New York detective now with the Las Vegas police force collars a counterfeiter and calls his former boss, Theo Kojak, to get the prisoner.

[ABC 9:00] Movie: Whatever Happened To Aunt Alice? (1969)
W: Theodore Apstein   D: Lee H. Katzin

With Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon, Rosemary Forsyth, Robert Fuller.
The get rich quick scheme of a well-bred widow falls apart when the dear friend of one of her victims becomes her housekeeper.

[NBC 9:00] Dean Martin California Christmas [special]
With Dionne Warwick, Georgia Engel, Michael Learned, Freddy Fender, The Statler Brothers, The Golddiggers.
Dean's comedy-variety holiday hour, taped on location in Malibu and Hidden Valley, Calif. Highlights include Martin singing "Sitting on Top of the World" and "White Christmas"; Freddy Fender performs "Secret Love"; Miss Warwick sings "Once You Hit the Road".

[CBS 10:00] Bronk [Reg]: Betrayal
Season 1, episode 13
W: Larry Alexander   D: Paul Krasny

With Susan Strasberg (Alma), David Hedison (Lyle Brewster), Jack Kruschen (Victor), Eddie Fontaine, Austin Stoker.
In an underworld power struggle, the leader of a family has his own ambitious brother killed and Sgt. Webber framed for the murder.

[NBC 10:00] Mac Davis Christmas Special [special]
With Peggy Fleming, Roy Clark.
Highlights include Fleming in an ice-skating sequence; Clark sings "Yesterday"; Davis performs a medley of traditional and contemporary holiday music with various choirs, including children, young adults, parents and senior citizens.


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