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#13153A: GUNSMOKE
1957-04-06, CBS, min.
James Arness

September 10th, 1955-September 1st, 1975.

Television's longest-running western starring James Arness as Marshall Matt Dillon.        
#13752: GUIDING LIGHT, THE
1962-09-03, CBS, min.
Pamela King, Phil Sterling

June 30th, 1952- September 18th, 2009 (CBS)  

Set in the town of Springfield, the story centers on the Bauer family. The show was created by Irna Phillips.  
The drama had been on both radio and television for a period of 72 years starting on NBC radio in 1937.                        
#13772: GUIDING LIGHT, THE
1962-09-10, CBS, min.
Pamela King, Phil Sterling

June 30th, 1952- September 18th, 2009 (CBS)  

Set in the town of Springfield, the story centers on the Bauer family. The show was created by Irna Phillips.  
The drama had been on both radio and television for a period of 72 years starting on NBC radio in 1937.                                                  
#13808: GE TRUE
1962-09-30, CBS, min.
Jack Webb, William Conrad

September 30th, 1962- September 22nd, 1963- (CBS)

Jack Webb was the host and narrator of this half-hour anthology series. The episodes were based on True stories from True magazine. The show was sponsored by General Electric and was shown in the same Sunday time slot as General Electric Theatre.

In tonight's episode, a doctor, played by William Conrad, removes a live shell from a wounded marine.

Series premiere. 

                        
#13820: GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN
1962-10-08, WABC, min.
Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney, Jr., Evelyn Ankers

Excerpts from the film.            
#14052: GENERAL HOSPITAL
1963-04-12, ABC, min.
John Beradino, K.T. Stevens

April 1, 1963-Present. Daytime soap opera which began as a half-hour show expanded to forty-five minutes on July 26, 1976, and to sixty minutes on January 16, 1978. Long-time regular cast included John Beradino, Emily McLaughlin, and Lucille March. 

John Beradino stars as Dr. Steve Hardy in this half-hour weekday drama about the personal and professional lives of a doctor, his staff and his patients. K.T. Stevens plays Peggy Mercer, his fiancee.

10th Episode from April 12th, 1963. Steve and Peggy discuss their quarrel.                         
#16398: GUIDING LIGHT, THE
1970-08-14, CBS, min.
Pamela King, Phil Sterling

June 30th, 1952- September 18th, 2009 (CBS)  

Set in the town of Springfield, the story centers on the Bauer family. The show was created by Irna Phillips.  
The drama had been on both radio and television for a period of 72 years starting on NBC radio in 1937.    



Episode of August 14th, 1970.                                 
#16595: GALLOPING GOURMET, THE
1971-05-13, SYN, min.
Graham Kerr

1968-1971 Syndicated 

Cooking show hosted by Graham Kerr. Kerr's wife Trenna produced it.    
#16638: GALLOPING GOURMET, THE
1971-06-24, SYN, min.
Graham Kerr

1968-1971 Syndicated 

Cooking show hosted by Graham Kerr. Kerr's wife Trenna produced it.                 
#6344: GENERAL HOSPITAL
1975-11-03, ABC, 30 min.
John Beradino, Emily McLaughlin, Lucille March

April 1, 1963-Present. Daytime soap opera which began as a half-hour show, expanded to forty-five minutes on July 26, 1976 and to sixty minutes on January 16, 1978. Long-time regular cast included John Beradino, Emily McLaughlin, and Lucille March.
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