This is the WBGN TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Greensburg Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:00 AM||Horrors of War |
Codirected by neophytes Peter John Ross and John Whitney, this low-budget opus represents an ambitious attempt to meld into a cohesive whole two distinct and seldom cross-pollinated genres: gore-filled horror and the WWII-era war picture. The action circulates around a diabolical plot by Hitler's minions to manufacture grotesque, oversize canine mutants—lycanthrope-like creatures immune to bullets and capable of taking out an entire military battalion with a single attack.
|8:00 AM||Heart of Health |
|10:00 AM||Mustard Pancakes |
A show for 3 to 6-year-olds featuring puppets, music and segments about other lands.
|10:30 AM||Dragonfly TV |
Children are introduced to a variety of scientific disciplines as they explore science and practical applications of mathematics.
|11:30 AM||Capelli and Company |
|12:00 PM||St Mary Service |
Religious programming is featured.
|1:00 PM||Dusty's Trail |
A variation of `Gilligan's Island' set in the Old West (with the same star, Bob Denver), this wacky Western about the various types traveling in a wagon train was created by `Gilligan' producer Sherwood Schwartz and bit the dust after one season.
|1:30 PM||The 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.
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