This is the WHFL The Walk TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Raleigh. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|11:00 PM||Gaither Homecoming Hour |
Songs and stories featuring gospel-music artists. The Gaither Vocal Band, led by Bill and Gloria Gaither, are frequent performers.
|12:00 AM||The Beverly Hillbillies |
CBS hit a ratings gusher with this rustic sitcom about a poor mountaineer turned oil baron who relocated, along with his eccentric clan, to 'the hills of Beverly.' The series frequently topped the Nielsens during its nine-season run. It also spun off the long-running 'Petticoat Junction' (which, in turn, spun off 'Green Acres'), but a 1993 feature film based on the original proved unsuccessful.
|12:30 AM||The Mickey Rooney Show |
An NBC page aspires to an acting career, amid various challenges (including his size). Also known as `Hey Mulligan.'
|1:00 AM||Ozzie and Harriet |
The Nelsons recall a Christmas past in this 1964 episode. Don DeFore.
|1:30 AM||Password |
A Goodson-Todman classic in which celebrity-contestant teams compete in a word-association game, with each player giving only one-word clues. Subsequent versions of the show were titled `Password Plus' and `Super Password.'
|2:00 AM||You Bet Your Life |
|2:30 AM||The Invisible Man |
This mid-'70s version of the H.G. Wells character casts him as a scientist on covert missions for a research company. Should Dr. Daniel Westin land in a jam, he can always simply vanish. It took just half a season for Westin and the series to disappear permanently from the NBC schedule.
|3:00 AM||Sherlock Holmes |
London-filmed cases of the renowned sleuth and his companion, Dr. Watson, based on the works of Arthur Conan Doyle.
|3:30 AM||Four 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.
|4:00 AM||Club 36 |
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