CTVA US Anthology - "The Wonderful World of Disney" (NBC) Season 19 (1972-73)

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 Season 19 (NBC) (1972-73)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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NBC Sundays 7:30 pm EST (sometimes 7:00pm)

     

19.01 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES (1)

17-Sep-1972 (rerun 13-Nov-1977)

written by Joseph L. McEveety

directed by Robert Butler

cast:

Kurt Russell as Dexter Riley

Cesar Romero as A.J. Arno

Joe Flynn as Dean Higgins

William Schallert as Professor Quigley

Alan Hewitt as Dean Collingsgood

Richard Bakalyan as Chillie Walsh

Debbie Paine as Annie

Michael McGreevey as Schulyer

Frank Webb as Pete

Jon Provost as Bradley

Frank Weller as Henry

Alexander Clarke as Kyle

Bing Russell as Angelo (Kurt's dad)

Pat Harrington Jr. as Moderator

Fabian Dean as Little Mac

Fritz Feld as Sigmund Van Dyke

Ed Begley Jr. as Student (uncredited)

Synopsis:

A failing student is transformed into a superbrain when he is accidentally

shocked while fixing a computer. [RF]

*Note: Theatrically released in 1969

 

19.02 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES (2)

24-Sep-1972

same as above.

 

19.03 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: THE NASHVILLE COYOTE

01-Oct-1972

 

19.04 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: HIGH FLYING SPY (1)

22-Oct-1972

 

19.05 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: HIGH FLYING SPY (2)

29-Oct-1972

 

19.06 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: HIGH FLYING SPY (3)

05-Nov-1972

 

19.07 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: NOSEY THE SWEETEST SKUNK IN THE WEST

19-Nov-1972

 

19.08 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: CHANDER, THE BLACK LEOPARD OF CEYLON (1)

26-Nov-1972

written by William Robert Yates

directed by Winston Hibler

Narrated by Ben Wright

cast:

Esram Jayasinghe as Dasa

Frederick Steyne as Sumana

Joe ABeywickrama as Father

 

19.09 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: CHANDER, THE BLACK LEOPARD OF CEYLON (2)

03-Dec-1972

same as above.

 

19.10 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: SALTY, THE HIJACKED HARBOR SEAL

17-Dec-1972

 

19.11 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: THE MYSTERY IN DRACULA'S CASTLE (1)

07-Jan-1973 (rerun 11Sep77)

written by Sue Milburn

directed by Robert Totten

cast:

Johnny Whitaker ....... Alfie Booth

Clu Gulager ....... Keith Raynor

Mariette Hartley ........Marsha Booth

Mills Watson ......... Noah Baxter

John Fiedler ......... Bill Wasdahl

James T. Callahan .......... Sheriff Wyndham

Scott Kolden ......... Leonard Booth

Maggie Wellman ....... Jean Wyndham

Synopsis:
A tale about two young brothers - an aspiring filmmaker and a would-be

detective who become involved with jewel thieves. [RF]
 

19.12 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: THE MYSTERY IN DRACULA'S CASTLE (2)

14-Jan-1973

same as above.

 

19.13 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: FIFTY HAPPY YEARS

21-Jan-1973

 

19.14 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: RASCAL (1)

11-Feb-1973

written by Harold Swanton

based on the novel by Sterling North

directed by Norman Tokar

cast:

Steve Forrest as Willard North

Bill Mumy as Sterling North

Pamela Toll as Theo North

Elsa Lanchester as Mrs. Satterfield

Henry Jones as Garth Shadwick

Bettye Ackerman as Miss Whalen

Jonathon Daly as Reverend Thurman

John Fiedler as Cy Jenkins

Richard Erdman as Walter Dabbett

Herbert Anderson as Mr. Pringle

Robert Emhardt as Constable Stacey

Steve Carlson as Norman Bradshaw

Walter Pidgeon as Sterling North

*Note: Released theatrically in 1969

 

19.15 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: RASCAL (2)

18-Feb-1973

same as above

 

19.16 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: CHESTER, YESTERDAY'S HORSE

04-Mar-1973

Directed by Larry Lansburgh

cast:

Russ McCubbin  .......... Russ Benson
Jerry Gatlin ........... Bord Sullivan
Barbara Hale ........... Mrs. Belle Kincaid
Jeff Tyler ............. Sliver Kincaid
Bill Williams .......... Ben Kincaid
Pete Logan ............. Announcer
Maynard Hadley ......... Tractor Salesman
Floyd Gibson ........... Balloon Operator

 

19.17 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: THE LITTLE SHEPHERD DOG OF CATALINA

11-Mar-1973

 

19.18 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: THE BOY AND THE BRONC BUSTER [Part 1]

18-Mar-1973

Cast:
Earl Holliman .......... Cal Winslow
Vincent Van Patten ..... Todd Thompson
Strother Martin ........ Buckshot
Lisa Gerritsen ......... Jenny Hutchins
Anthony Caruso ......... Marshal Brandon
Synopsis:
A youngster learns that his cowboy idol is wanted for murder.

Set in Arizona of the 1880's. [RF]

 

19.19 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: THE BOY AND THE BRONC BUSTER [Part 2]

25-Mar-1973

same as above

 

19.20 [--] The Wonderful World of Disney: CALL IT COURAGE

01-Apr-1973

written by Ben Masselink
directed by Roy Edward Disney
Narrated by Don Ho
cast:
Evan Temarii as Mafatu
Summary:
The story of a boy named Mafatu and his dog, Tambu and his fear of storms. [RF]

 

02Sep1973 A Tiger Walks [Part 1] rerun from 20Mar66

 

09Sep1973 A Tiger Walks [Part 2] rerun from 27Mar66

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