This is the WSDI Decades TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Indianapolis. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|7:00 PM||Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In |
An Emmy-winning rapid-fire potpourri of sight gags, blackouts and one-liners that, and you could look it up in your Funk and Wagnalls, was one of the hottest and most influential shows of its era. `Sock it to me?' presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon uttered in 1968 in one of countless celebrity cameos woven into creator George Schlatter's collage of irreverent political satire and social commentary, which made stars of regulars including Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn, Judy Carne and Ruth Buzzi.
|8:00 PM||Through the Decades |
The 1950s through the 1990s are explored through pop culture stories and major world events.
|9:00 PM||The Dick Cavett Show |
Kirk Douglas; Dudley Moore; Peter Cook.
|10:00 PM||The Dick Van Dyke Show |
Rob is hustled by a pool shark (Phil Leeds). Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam.
|10:30 PM||The Dick Van Dyke Show |
A posthypnotic suggestion troubles Rob. Charles Aidman, Roy Roberts, Rose Marie.
|11:00 PM||The Lost Honeymooners |
Ralph buys an old hotel and soon the Nortons and Kramdens are running a business.
|11:30 PM||Abbott and Costello |
Lou wins a box-top contest.
|12:00 AM||Dark Shadows |
Ghosts, witches and werewolves populated this creepy daytime serial about Maine's Collins family, which included Barnabas, a nearly 200-year-old vampire who longed to be cured. The supernatural soap shifted between the present and the 18th century to tell its gothic tale. A prime-time revival mounted in 1991 possessed more special effects, sex and gore than its bare-bones original, but it never caught on and was buried by NBC in less than two months.
|12:30 AM||Vega$ |
A killer stalks a PI convention. Heather Menzies, Pamela Shoop, Paul Tuerpe.
|1:30 AM||Hollywood Remembers |
Deborah Kerr's career is spotlighted.
|2:00 AM||Our America |
Teen radio reporters expose a murder. Josh Charles, Roderick Pannell, Vanessa Williams, Brandon Hammond, Mykelti Williamson.
|4:00 AM||The Millionaire |
A selfish woman leaves her husband (Patrick O'Neal) when he invites an orphan to live in their home. Irene: Peggy Knudsen. Wilbur: Chris Olsen. Judge: Herbert Butterfield. Michael Anthony: Marvin Miller.
|4:30 AM||I Married Joan |
Joan tries to patch a friend's marriage. Joan Davis, Jim Backus.
|5:00 AM||Colonel March of Scotland Yard |
March's niece is haunted by her husband's "ghost." Mary Parker, Phil Brown, Peter Reynolds, John Laurie, Ewan Roberts.
|5:30 AM||The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis |
Gisele orders Dobie to change his first name. Diane Sayer, Dwayne Hickman, Russell Collins.
|6:00 AM||The Best of Hollywood |
Remembering the films of 1932, including "Red Dust," "Bird of Paradise," "White Zombie" and "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang."
|7:00 AM||The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show |
Myron Cohen; Vanilla Fudge; the Temptations; Jacques d'Amoboise and Allegra Kent; and Gilbert Price.
|7:30 AM||The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show |
Dusty Springfield; Gerry and the Pacemakers; Phyllis Diller; Doug Hart; and Itzhak Perlman.
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