KMJC Retro TV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KMJC Retro TV in the Kansas City Area

This is the KMJC Retro TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Kansas City Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

8:30 AMThe Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet 
TV's longest-running live-action comedy was the brainchild of lawyer-turned-bandleader Ozzie Nelson and began on the radio in 1944.
9:00 AMI Married Joan 
Gifted comedian Joan Davis played the wife of a domestic court judge who regaled couples in his courtroom with tales of his experiences at home.
9:30 AMThe Joey Bishop Show 
The deadpan Rat Packer played an unmarried showbiz publicist in this sitcom's first season. But an overhaul of the show in the second year (with a title change to `The New Joey Bishop Show') turned the character into a married talk-show host and stand-up comedian. Celebrities appeared as themselves---guests on the fictional talk show. In its final season, the series moved to CBS, where it was broadcast in black and white (after being in color on NBC for three seasons).
10:00 AMThe Lone Ranger 
The masked man and Tonto rode from radio to TV with a `hearty heigh-ho Silver, away!', accompanied by Rossini's stirring `William Tell Overture.' ABC's first ratings hit and one of early TV's most popular series, it told of the lone survivor of an ambush of Texas Rangers, who was found by the Indian Tonto. Tonto helped his `kemo sabe' (trusty scout) right wrongs...all without killing anyone. Clayton Moore also played the Lone Ranger in two 1950s theatrical films.
10:30 AMAdventures of Annie Oakley 
11:00 AMThe Doctors 
Romance made the rounds on this lively, long-running drama about bed-hopping healers at a metropolitan medical center. It premiered the same day as `General Hospital.' Originally an anthology series, it switched to a serialized format in 1964 and went to color two years later. In 1972, it scored the Daytime Emmy for Best Drama.
11:30 AMThe Doctors 
Romance made the rounds on this lively, long-running drama about bed-hopping healers at a metropolitan medical center. It premiered the same day as `General Hospital.' Originally an anthology series, it switched to a serialized format in 1964 and went to color two years later. In 1972, it scored the Daytime Emmy for Best Drama.
12:00 PMPolice Surgeon 
After one season of `Dr. Simon Locke,' the title character left small-town life for the big city and became the head of the police department's medical-emergency unit. There he helped investigate crimes that involved the people he treated, because apparently he didn't have enough to do as a doctor.
12:30 PMThe Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
In this series, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary detective uses his keen powers of deduction.
1:00 PMNaked City 
An unusually raw and realistic (for its time) drama about New York City cops that was strong on character development and location filming. After an initial season of half-hour episodes, the show was canceled, but returned a year later as an hourlong series for a three-season run that included early-career guest roles for such notables as Diahann Carroll, Sandy Dennis, Peter Fonda, Dustin Hoffman, Robert Redford and Jon Voight. Based on the 1948 movie `The Naked City.'
2:00 PMRoute 66 
A superior 1960s series about friends Tod Stiles and Buz Murdock driving across the U.S. in a Corvette. Along the way, of course, they encountered and helped plenty of interesting (often troubled) people. Among the guests who appeared were Robert Redford, Alan Alda, Rod Steiger and Ethel Waters (in an Emmy-nominated performance as a dying blues singer). Nelson Riddle composed the series' classic theme. The show was revived unsuccessfully in the summer of 1993.
3:00 PMTo Be Announced 
To be announced.
5:00 PMThe Genie from Down Under 
Adventures of a young girl who discovers a genie from Australia.
5:30 PMOne Step Beyond 
A collection of paranormal tales, including ghosts, psychic phenomena and alien abductions.
6:00 PMFour Star Playhouse 
A well-regarded '50s anthology show featuring four marquee actors who starred on a rotating basis. Originally, two of the four were to be Joel McCrea and Rosalind Russell, but they were replaced by David Niven and Ida Lupino (joining Charles Boyer and Dick Powell). A recurring character, nightclub owner Willie Dante, was spun off into his own series called `Dante' in 1960, with Howard Duff taking over the role originated by Powell.
6:30 PMRay Bradbury Theater 
The sci-fi author's works were adapted for this anthology series, which included appearances by notable actors.
7:00 PMDoctor Who 
Following the adventures of a time-traveling alien called "The Doctor" and an assortment of human companions as they deal with crises set on Earth and other worlds.
7:30 PMDoctor Who 
Following the adventures of a time-traveling alien called "The Doctor" and an assortment of human companions as they deal with crises set on Earth and other worlds.
8:00 PMRepublic of Doyle 
A father-and-son team investigates crimes in this comedic drama series set in Newfoundland, Canada.

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