CTVA US Anthology - "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" (NBC) Season 11 (1964-65)

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 Season 11 (NBC) (1964-65)
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######### Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color #########

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NBC Sundays 7:30 pm EST

     

Davy Crockett's Keelboat Race

06-Sep-1964 (rebroadcast from 16Nov55)

 

11.01 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: THE HOUND THAT THOUGHT HE WAS A RACCOON

20-Sep-1964 (originally scheduled for 24Nov63, rescheduled due to assassination of JFK)

guest cast:

Oscar J. Busch  ........ Jeff Emory

Synopsis:

The hound that thought he was a raccoon is Nubbin, a precocious coon-hound pup

 who gets lost in the woods, and is adopted by a family of raccoons. [RF]

 

11.02 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: NIKKI, WILD DOG OF THE NORTH (1)

27-Sep-1964

Adapted by Dwight Hauser

Based on a novel by James Oliver Curwood

Directed by Jack Couffer & Don Haldane

Narrated by Jacques Fauteux

cast:

Jean Coutu  ........ Andre Dupas

Émile Genest  ........ Jacques Lebeau

Uriel Luft  ........ Makoki

Robert Rivard  ........ Durante

 

11.03 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: NIKKI, WILD DOG OF THE NORTH (2)

04-Oct-1964

same as above.

Synopsis:
When his bear companion goes into hibernation, Nikki faces the rugged

Canadian winter alone. He finds food by springing the mink traps

of trapper Jacques Lebeau. [RF]

 

11.04 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: A RAG, A BONE, A BOX OF JUNK

11-Oct-1964

 

11.05 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: THE TENDERFOOT (1)

18-Oct-1964

Written by Maurice Tombragel

Directed by Byron Paul

cast:

Brian Keith ........ Mose Carson

Brandon De Wilde ........ Jim Tevis

James Whitmore ........ Captain Ewell

Richard Long ........ Paul Durand

Donald May ........ Thatcher

Christopher Dark ........ Pike

Rafael Campos ........ Juarez

 

11.06 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: THE TENDERFOOT (2)

25-Oct-1964

same as above.

 

11.07 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: THE TENDERFOOT (3)

01-Nov-1964

same as above.

 

11.08 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color:  ONE DAY AT TETON MARSH
08-Nov-1964 (rerun 31May1970)
Field Producer Ken Nelson
Narrated by Sebastian Cabot
Synopsis:
The dawn to dusk activities of wild creatures along the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park.

Included: an osprey (fish-eating hawk) trying to catch his breakfast; an otter family's

daily routine of hunting and playing (a young otter is seen meeting porcupine, moose,

beaver and wild fowl). Field producer Ken Nelson required a full season to film this

animal adventure at Jackson Hole, Wyoming. [RF]

 

11.09 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: BEN AND ME / PETER AND THE WOLF

15-Nov-1964

cast:
Sterling Holloway as the voice of Amos
Synopsis:
Amos the Philadelphia churchmouse inspires Benjamin Franklin in "Ben and Me".
Holloway also narrates Disney's animated version of "Peter and the Wolf". [RF]

 

11.10 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: TOBY TYLER (1)

22-Nov-1964

Adapted by Lillie Hayward

Based on the novel by James Otis Kaler

Directed by Charles Barton

cast:

Kevin Corcoran ........ Toby Tyler

Henry Calvin ........ Ben Cotter

Gene Sheldon ........ Sam Treat

Bob Sweeney ........ Harry Tupper

Richard Eastham ........ Colonel Sam Castle

James Drury ........ Jim Weaver

Barbara Beaird ........ Mademoiselle Jeanette

Dennis Olivieri ........ Monsieur Ajax

Edith Evanson ........ Aunt Olive

Tom Fadden ........ Uncle Daniel

*Note: Also known as Ten Weeks with a Circus.

 

11.11 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color:  TOBY TYLER (2)

29-Nov-1964

same as above.

 

11.12 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: BIG RED (1)

06-Dec-1964 (rerun 15Feb70)(rerun 09Nov75)

Adapted by Louis Pelletier

Based on the novel by Jim Kjelgaard

Directed by Norman Tokar

cast:

Walter Pidgeon ........ James Haggin

Gilles Payant ........ Rene Dumont

Émile Genest .......... Emile Fornet

Janette Bertrand ........ Therese Fornet

Georges Bouvier ....... Baggageman

Doris Lussier ........ Farmer Mariot

Rolland Bédard ........ Conductor

Teddy Burns Goulet ....... Engineer

Synopsis 1:

A story about the devotion between a French-Canadian boy and an affection trained,

prize winning Irish Setter named Red. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A wealthy dog breeder, a teenage orphan and a champion Irish setter are

 forced to choose between them. [RF]

*Note Released theatrically in 1962.

 

11.13 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: BIG RED (2)

13-Dec-1964 (rerun 22Feb70)

same as above.

Synopsis:

Conclusion: After nursing Big Red back to health, orphan Rene Dumont returns

the Irish setter to its owner, sportsman James Haggin. But when Haggin ships

the dog and its mate off to Montreal, the pair escape - and Rene goes

after them. [RF]

*Note: Filmed in Quebec

 

27Dec64 rerun of Fantasy on Skis from 04Feb62
 

11.14 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: DISNEYLAND 10TH ANNIVERSARY

03-Jan-1965

Special Material by Bill Berg

Directed by Hamilton S. Luske

Hosted by Walt Disney

Guest:
Julie Reems, Miss Disneyland Tencennial. [CB]

Synopsis:
Walt Disney introduces Julie Reems, Miss Disneyland Tencennial, who is to travel
as Disneyland's official ambassador and tell people of Disneyland's future plans.
Walt takes Julie to tour the imagineering department, where some new additions
are going to be made to Disneyland, including a new restaurant, a haunted mansion
and a new ride taking people back to the Carribean where pirates used to roam
the sea. He shows how he makes audioanimatronic characters, and the show concludes
with the "It's a Small World" exhibit. He shows Julie the miniatures and busts of pirates that will be made for
the ride, and then shows Julie the storyline of the ride. Tinkerbell then with her "magic"
takes us to Disneyland for the big celebration with Mickey and the gang. There is
a birthday cake with dancing candles (girls in candle costumes), and nonsensical
pieces of the cake going every which way. Next is the Anaheim high school bands
marching at Disneyland's main street and Mickey pounding an oversized big drum.
Walt then goes over with Julie the history of Disneyland, film archives that include
the Shah of Iran, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, and India's Prime Minister Nehru
as well as U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower and grandchildren riding the rides at
Disneyland. John Mills with his wife and daughter Hayley explore the Swiss Family
Robinson Treehouse. The Jungleland ride is shown. Walt then introduces Julie
to one of the parrots at the Tiki room, and the secrets of how it works are revealed.
The last scene is Disneyland at night, and the Dixieland at Disneyland celebration
with bands playing. The show ends with people singing on the steamship
Mark Twain "When the Saints Come Marching In" and fireworks explode in the sky.  [CB]
*
Crew: Anniversary Song by Richard Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
("Ten years of happiness, Ten years of fun,
Ten years of building and we've only just begun...")  [CB]

 

11.15 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: IDA, THE OFFBEAT EAGLE

10-Jan-1965

Story by Rutherford Montgomery
Narrated by Winston Hibler
cast:
Clifton E. Carver ...... Uncle Billy
Synopsis:
A hermit tends to a wounded bird that later returns the favor when the man finds himself in danger. [RF]

 

11.16 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: GALLEGHER (1)

24-Jan-1965

Written by Maurice Tombragel

Directed by Byron Paul

cast:

Edmond O'Brien ........ Jefferson Crowley

Roger Mobley ........ Gallegher

Ray Teal ........ Snead

Harvey Korman ........ Brownie

Sean McClory ........ Officer Madden

Richard Derr ........ Mr. Dwyer

Bryan Russell ........ Jimmy, the bootblack

*Note: Also known as "The Adventures of Gallegher".

 

11.17 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: GALLEGHER (2)

31-Jan-1965

same as above.

 

11.18 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: GALLEGHER (3)

07-Feb-1965

same as above.

 

11.19 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: AN OTTER IN THE FAMILY

21-Feb-1965

 

11.20 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: ALMOST ANGELS (1)

28-Feb-1965

Adapted by Vernon Harris

Based on the story by Robert A. Stemmle

Directed by Steve Previn

cast:

Vincent Winter ........ Tony Fiala

Sean Scully ........ Peter Schaefer

Peter Weck ........ Max Heller

Hans Holt ........ Director Eisinger

Bruni Löbel ........ Frau Fiala

Fritz Eckhardt ........ Father Fiala

Hermann Furthmosek ........ Choirmaster

Denis Gilmore ........ Friedel Schmidt

Hans Christian ........ Choirmaster

Hennie Scott ........ Ferdie

Gunther Philipp ........ Radio Announcer

Walter Regelsberger ........ Choirmaster

 

11.21 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: ALMOST ANGELS (2)

07-Mar-1965

same as above.

 

11.22 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: KILROY I

14-Mar-1965

Written by John Whedon

Directed by Norman Tokar & Robert Butler

cast:

Warren Berlinger ........ Oscar Kilroy

Celeste Holm ........ Mrs. Helen Fuller

Allyn Joslyn ........ Mr. Sam Fuller

Philip Abbott ........ Ed Barrett

Robert Emhardt ........ The Mayor

Bryan Russell ........ Billy Fuller

Mike Barton ........ Whitey

Don Beddoe ........ Commissioner

Joan Blondell ........ Rose Kelsey

Chick Chandler ........ Ben Feeney

Philip Coolidge ........ Frank

William Fawcett ........ Mr. Poke

Arthur Hunnicutt ........ Seth Turner

Marcus James ........ Pete

Jess Kirkpatrick ........ Policeman

Tom Lowell ........ Harvey Wessup

Cheryl Miller ........ Gladys Fuller

Alvy Moore ........ Hal Dooley

Jack Oakie ........ Joe Kelsey

Dennis Rush ........ Freckles

Joie Russo ....... Porky

Vaughn Taylor ........ Bank President

 

11.23 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: KILROY II

21-Mar-1965

same as above.

 

11.24 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: KILROY III

28-Mar-1965

same as above.

 

11.25 [--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: KILROY IV

04-Apr-1965

same as above.

 

[--] Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: The Wind in the Willows/The Reluctant Dragon

02-May-1961 (original broadcast 02-Feb-1955)

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