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Sunday December 21, 1975
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Prime-time network TV listings for Sunday December 21, 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: How Cruel The Frost, How Bright The Stars Bronk: There's Gonna Be A War
ABC Swiss Family Robinson: The Hawk (R) The Six Million Dollar Man: The Song And Dance Spy (R) Movie: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (1966)
NBC Wonderful World Of Disney: Three Tall Tales (R) The Family Holvak: Crisis McCloud: Park Avenue Pirates (R)
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[CBS 7:00] 60 Minutes
Air safety; private security guards; getting rich on Medicaid.

[ABC 7:00] Swiss Family Robinson [Reg]: The Hawk
Season 1, episode 3
W: Arthur Heinemann, William Welch   D: Christian I. Nyby II

The Robinsons' friendship with Jeremiah is endangered when his pet hawk returns and threatens the safety of their livestock, especially Helga's pet goat.

(Repeat program, originally aired 9/28/1975)

[NBC 7:00] Wonderful World Of Disney: Three Tall Tales
Season 9, episode 14

Ludwig Von Drake, with assistance from Rex Allen and the Sons of the Pioneers, narrates stories of three great figures from American folklore: Casey, the Mudville baseball player who struck out; Capt. "Windwagon" Smith; and Paul Bunyan and his blue ox.

(Repeat program, originally aired 1/6/1963)

[CBS 8:00] Cher [Reg]
Season 2, episode 15

With the Lennon Sisters, The Hudson Brothers, Redd Foxx.
Highlights of this special Christmas program include Cher singing "Need a Litle Christmas"; the Hudson Brothers sing "Here Comes Santa Claus"; the Lennons perform "Some Children See Him"; Cher as Laverne dreams of an exciting Christmas past; Santa Claus is taken to night court before a thoroughly confused judge (Foxx).

[ABC 8:00] The Six Million Dollar Man [Reg]: The Song And Dance Spy
Season 3, episode 4
W: Jerry Devine   D: Richard Moder

With Sonny Bono (John Perry), Victor Mohica (Lee Michaels), Bruce Glover (Mr. Buckner), Jayne Kennedy (Louise).
A rock star, who happens to be an old friend of Steve's, is suspected of being a courier of stolen government secrets and Steve is sent to crack the operation.

(Repeat program, originally aired 10/5/1975)

[NBC 8:00] The Family Holvak [Reg]: Crisis
Season 1, episode 9

With Jack Kelly (George Iverson), Bill McKinney (Sheriff), Mary Alice (Samantha Wilson), Roger Robinson (Lonnie Beckworth).
The Rev. Holvak is tempted to drop the ministry for farming to raise money when daughter Julie is critically injured in a fall and there is not enough money to treat her.

[CBS 9:00] Kojak [Reg]: How Cruel The Frost, How Bright The Stars
Season 3, episode 14
W: Gene Kearney   D: David Friedkin

With Nick Dennis (Constantine), John Larroquette (Sailor), Jesse Welles (Loretta Kane), Betsy Slade (Alison DeWitt), Darrell Fetty (Douglas North), Deborah White (Jacky Pierce), Veronica Hamel (Elenora), Phil Leeds (Druggist), Edward James Olmos (Paco).
On Christmas Eve, Kojak and his staff find their hands full after a distraught husband mistakenly tries to shoot a woman who looks like his wife, and a spoiled young woman fears her missing boyfriend is about to commit a crime to buy her an expensive Christmas present.

[ABC 9:00] Movie: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (1966)
W: Luciano Vincenzoni, Sergio Leone   D: Sergio Leone

With Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Eli Wallach.
Sergio Leone's film about three remorseless gunmen who enter an unholy alliance to search for a hidden cashbox containing $200,000, and end up embroiled in the Civil War.

[NBC 9:00] McCloud [Reg]: Park Avenue Pirates
Season 6, episode 1
W: Lou Shaw   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Barbi Benton (Shannon Forbes), Jessica Walter (Jessica Wright), Lorna Luft (Marlene Morgan), Raymond St. Jacques (Mr. Gregory), Dick Whittington (Mike Parker), Fred Holliday (Agent Lund), Hoke Howell (Jeremy Darnell), Anne Schedeen (Tina), Paul Hampton (Tommy), Al Ruscio (Doctor), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Sidney Clute (Det. Simms).
A ruthless executive of a recording firm kills the manager of a rising young country music star because he won't sign with her company.

(Repeat program, originally aired 9/21/1975)

[CBS 10:00] Bronk [Reg]: There's Gonna Be A War
Season 1, episode 14
W: Al Martinez   D: Paul Krasny

With Stephen Elliott (Capt. Glazier), Mark Slade (David Melbourne), Victor Arnold (Mario), Sidney Clute, Carl Weathers, Robert F. Hoy, Marilyn Burns, William Kerwin, Karen Philipp.
Amid mounting tension and increasing outbreaks of violence, two young black radicals are ambushed and killed by two men posing as policemen.


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