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Boston TV Listings

Back in the day, TV was really cool. While today has some great primetime shows, it’s very hard to find horror programming especially on the local channels. TV these days is littered with crappy reality and judge shows. Let’s get in the Time Machine and travel back to the mid-1970s to see what was on TV back then! Our analysis of the horror films shown in those days governs the following TV Stations: CHANNELS LISTED IN EASTERN NEW ENGLAND FROM TV GUIDE:

BOSTON NEW BEDFORD WORCESTER NORWICH
(2) WGBH-TV (PBS) (6) WTEV (ABC) (27) WSMW-TV (IND) (53) WEDN-TV (PBS)
(4) WBZ-TV (NBC)
(5) WCVB-TV (ABC)
(7) WNAC-TV (CBS)
(38) WSBK-TV (IND)
(44) WGBX-TV (PBS)
(56) WLVI-TV (IND)

 

PROVIDENCE, RI HARTFORD, CT NEW HAVEN MANCHESTER, NH
(10) WJAR-TV (NBC) (3) WFSB-TV (CBS) (8) WTNH-TV (ABC) (9) WMUR-TV (ABC)
(12) WPRI-TV (CBS)
(36) WSBE-TV (PBS)

(NOTE: Providence TV Stations could be received in Boston if you had a good enough antenna. Now, with cable and satellite, the local channels have been picked up on most systems. Today, UHF and VHF are gone, replaced by digital signals which require digital antennas if you don’t want to pay for cable or satellite. At first, there was dismay about this change, however, the digital age has opened things up so that local channels now have several “child” channels that they broadcast, many of which play retro programming. Since that time, Channel 4 & 7 in Boston swapped Networks where 4 is now CBS and 7 is now NBC. Confused? Good. This is what Bob Eggleton has to say on the general history of Boston Horror: I do remember both 56 and 38 having their own “Science Fiction Cinema/Theater” on Saturdays, before CDF showed up. The reference by someone there that Godzilla films were shown at 4pm was I am sure, crossed over from memories of 38, which showed WAR OF THE MONSTERS and GODZILLA VS THE THING a lot. Of course this was like the early 70’s to about ’73 or ’74. 56’s “Science Fiction Theater” lasted maybe two years if that. Channel 56, when it was WKGB, had these rectangular boxes on the screen that would always preview the 8pm movie, Science Fiction Cinema, and so on. I VIVIDLY remember the promos on the “8 O’clock Big Movie” for Monster Zero and War Of The Gargantuas, which were on a Friday night about a week apart in 1971, they had them as “World Premiere Events.” I remember MZ and WOTG were in 1973 on that 8pm movie. I am sure they were on earlier. You can see it was OBVIOUSLY really busy on weekends with horror and Sci-Fi films…and Channel 4 had a penchant for showing ISLAND OF TERROR in the wee hours. I am also thinking that “Chiller Theater” on 5 may have come on after SIMON’S SANCTORIUM was gone?  I’m not 100% sure. These TV listings bear that out. Channel 4 (Their whole identity and campaign at the time was “We’re 4 Boston!”) attempted to jump on the Saturday creepy movie bandwagon, about 1976, by presenting, rather as just “The Saturday 4 Double Feature” a lot of 60’s British horror and Sci-Fi films mostly from Amicus and Hammer. I vividly remember a Peter Cushing double feature that had ISLAND OF TERROR (1967) and DALEKS INVASION EARTH 2160 AD (1966).  They also showed THE EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN (1964), NIGHT CREATURES (1962), THE BLOOD BEAST TERROR (1968), CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF (1961) and the Hammer PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1962). They also showed these late on Sundays in the wee hours after the last newscast, when stations routinely showed all kinds of weird stuff in the early morning hours. They pretty much showed all the Hammer & Universal International releases. I recall these were shown during the season when both baseball and football were over, and then replaced by sports as the spring came around. And most of these films became part of the CDF pantheon. Not to be outdone, in Providence, Channels 10 and 12 had their own brief Sci-Fi and Horror movie shows on Saturdays:    Channel 10 had “The 10 Thriller” which showed PSYCHO, THE COLLECTOR, MONSTER ZERO, GODZILLA KING OF THE MONSTERS and some others at various times-it was never on at an appointed time, just wherever they seemed to fit it in.  They had the straight one on sometimes the same afternoon, called  “10 Star Movie” in which they once showed HARD DAYS NIGHT on a Saturday afternoon. Channel 12, across town, had “Futurama” (years before the cartoon show of the same name) which had an intro of scenes reversed in negative from JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN and they showed not only that film itself, but PLAN NINE FROM OUTER SPACE, THE CREEPING TERROR, GORGO and once a horribly edited version of DESTROY ALL MONSTERS that excised the *entire destruction* of Tokyo where the four monsters lay waste to the city – and instead went to a commercial. “Futurama” never lasted long, perhaps over a summer, as I recall. There were so many films on several channels being run at the same time, it was hard to remember what movie ran on what channel. What changed all of these memories was (as a friend of mine who worked at a Boston station at the time, said) a repealing of a law that required local stations to do a certain amount of local, non-advertising programming per week. This happened around the mid-80’s maybe 1986 and across the country, monster movie shows, Thanksgiving marathons (such as WOR’s famous traditional showings of KING KONG and Godzilla films over two days, in the NYC area) came to a screeching halt in favor of syndicated shows such as “The People’s Court”, “Solid Gold”, extended evening news, starting at 5pm, Network sports, and more advertising. This is why many local interest shows such as PM/Evening Magazine and 5’s “Good Morning” and “5 All Night” alsdied about the same time.  Also, the cost of film rentals went into the stratosphere from what I heard at Channel  56. Channel 5 would get their old Universal monster films for a song, sometimes as a package deal with more expensive films, shown on “The Great Entertainment” which was a weekend movie show hosted by Frank Avruch (on Sunday afternoons and then at 11:30pm or on Holidays) and even that was whittled down to just 11:30pm on Sunday nights and then phased out.  Also, in the early 80’s the advent of the VCR in homes made renting and seeing movies a lot easier not to mention the proliferation of Cable TV, which had stations (such as AMC, and at the time TBS and TNT devoted to old movies). All of these factors added up to most of these “movie shows” being phased out. To many people at Channel 56 itself, (now the CW Network, and from what I hear, no more “Boston’s WB” but back to “Channel 56”) CDF is a dim if almost forgotten memory. Many of the principals, who worked there in the day, have moved on, retired, or died (such as one of their famous announcers has). Dale Dorman moved back to radio and can be heard on Oldies 103.3 in the morning (I could not believe how aged he looks, compared to his days of being basically a young hippie looking guy, wearing a trench coat and announcing during the afternoon cartoons, a King Kong puzzle contest on 56). Despite that, he was a fixture to many of us who watched Channel 56 he seems hesitant to discuss those days (he had a caller on his morning show and when she went into a “Channel 56” memory he seemed to drop it fast) even though part of his appeal on Oldies 103 and a good deal of his audience remember him most from then. The last great “marathons” I can remember are from 1998 and 1999 respectively when WPIX in NYC and AMC had a weekend of Godzilla films. The first was PIX “celebrating” the Tri-Star Godzilla film opening and in 1999, AMC did an unprecedented, commercial free 24-hour Godzilla marathon hosted by Roger Corman as part of their “Monsterfest” week. Saturdays on Channel 5 at one point was something like this: “Chiller Theater” at 2:30pm, “Simon’s Sanctorum” at 11:30pm, “Classic Horror” at 1am (Sun Morning) and Charlie Chan Theater (at 2:30 am until 4am when they rebroadcast Friday’s “5 All Night” and “Good Morning!”) The graphic they used for Classic Horror was always pretty cool-this Edward Gorey looking dead tree in a rectangle with “Classic Horror” at the bottom. That showed anything from 1930-1942, as I remember it. Following “Chiller  Theater” was Wide World of Sports and preceded it with (at one point in 1976) Space 1999, which was on Tuesdays, usually pre-empting Happy Days until ABC complained. “Chiller Theater” eventually ran out of gas around ’78 or so when it was just pre-empted by sports games so much that they’d show it maybe once a month and then it went away. Sundays was Frank Avruch and “The Great Entertainment”. He’d wear a sweater for the afternoon show and, then, a tux for Holidays or the Sunday evening (11:30) show. How I remember this is beyond me. Frank Avruch did the intros to “Chiller” at one point as well as Classic Horror, just a voice over. Channel 27 had “Abbott & Costello Theater” on Saturdays at 4pm. I remember the ads for it and a friend of mine would sit down with HIS WHOLE FAMILY to watch it. Channel 27 was extremely low-output UHF from Worcester, owned by an insurance agency at the time. They showed some real “backwater” programming as originally the station went on-air in 1970 mainly to cater to local interest. Their 7pm “Early Show” had movies that had were often “Science Fiction weeks” showing such fare as KRONOS, EVIL BRAIN FROM OUTER SPACE (and the other “Starman” films), WILD WILD PLANET, PLANETS AGAINST US, GAMMERA THE INVINCIBLE, INVASION OF THE NEPTUNE MEN and PRINCE OF SPACE. All low-renters for them but that was the place I first saw many of those films in the mid-70’s. Not many people showed Sunday horror films or Sci Fi much, unless it was Channel 6 and a ball game was a rainout. It was like Sunday was all the big movies, musicals and such. It seems like in the 2000’s, TV changed and not for the better. But all that being said, we have our memories of those days and, sites like this to keep them on.

If you have any further information or audio/video clips from programs shown on Channel 3, 10 & 12 in Providence PLEASE contact us and we’ll post it here!

 

Below is a brief listing of what genre films were on television from October 1973 to March 1976. Credit to Ethan Souza for his painstaking research at the Providence Library. The ones in yellow are Creature Double Feature films. To view JUST the CDF entries, click HERE. From Providence Journal:

Friday, October 12th, 1973

7pm Ch. 27 Slaughter of the Vampires
8:30pm Ch. 56 Dracula (Jack Palance – 1973)
10pm Ch. 56 Curse of the Swamp Creature
11:30pm Ch. 12 Valley of the Gwangi
  Ch. 56 Revenge of the Zombies

 

Saturday, October 13th, 1973

3pm Ch. 38 Time Travelers
6:30pm Ch. 27 Hold That Ghost
11:30pm Ch. 5 Dracula’s Daughter
1am Ch. 6 Strange Door (Boris Karloff – 1952)
  Ch. 4 Island of Terror (Peter Cushing)

 

Friday, October 19th, 1973

11:00pm Ch. 56 Castle of the Living Dead (1961 – Christopher Lee)

 

Saturday, October 20th, 1973

2pm Ch. 10 The Skull (Peter Cushing – 1965)
3pm Ch. 38 Demon Planet (1965)
9pm Ch. 56 City Beneath The Sea (1970)
11:30pm Ch. 5 Son of Frankenstein
1am Ch. 5 Horror Island (1941)

 

Friday, October 26th, 1973

8:30pm Ch. 56 Monster Zero
9pm Ch. 12 & 7 Beneath the Planet of the Apes
10pm Ch. 56 Ghidrah, the Three Headed Monster
11:30pm Ch. 12 Frogs (Ray Milland 1972)
  Ch. 56 Mark of the Vampire (1957)

 

It would seem that Horror & Sci-Fi films were all over the dial long before CDF came along! If anyone has info on whether some of these showings were actually horror themed movie slots (like CDF), then please contact us and we’ll post the info here! For those who grew up around Boston (such as myself), you’ve probably noticed by now listings for Channel 3, which we never saw here. If you had a good antenna you could get Channel 10 or 12 in from Providence. It’s too bad that today, even though our cable and/or satellite providers can give us the local channels, we can’t see the ones from our neighboring cities unless we go to a TV set with a really good antenna system!

Saturday, October 27th, 1973

2pm Ch. 10 Crack in the World
  Ch. 56 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
3pm Ch. 38 Voyage to the End of the Universe
11:30pm Ch. 12 Journey to the Far Side of the Sun
  Ch. 5 The Mummy’s Hand
12:45am Ch. 5 Night Monster (Bela Lugosi – 1942)
1:15am Ch. 4 The Night Walker

 

Friday, November 2nd – 1973

8:30pm Ch. 56 King Kong (1933)
10:00pm Ch. 56 Reptilicus (1962)
11:30pm Ch. 56 The Phantom Planet (1962)

 

Saturday, November 3rd – 1973

3:00pm Ch. 38 The Day the World Ended
11:30pm Ch. 5 Frankenstein (1932)
11:45pm Ch. 10 One Million Years B.C. (1966)
1:00am Ch. 5 The Raven (1935)

 

—————————– 1974 —————————————-

Friday, October 11th, 1974

8:30pm Ch. 56 Godzilla’s Revenge

 

Saturday, October 12th, 1974

4pm Ch. 12 Warning From Space
11:30pm Ch. 56 Phantom of the Rue Morgue (Karl Malden – 1954)

 

Thursday, October 17th, 1974

10:45pm Ch. 38 Fiend Without a Face (1958)

 

Saturday, October 19th, 1974

12:30pm Ch. 10 Rodan (1957)
4pm Ch. 12 From the Earth to the Moon (1958)
  Ch. 56 The Lost World (Michael Rennie – 1960)

 

Saturday, October 26th, 1974

12:30pm Ch. 10 The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms
2pm Ch. 10 The Curse of the Fly
4pm Ch. 12 Voyage Into Space
  Ch. 56 Forbidden Planet
11:30pm Ch. 56 Gog (1954)

 

Thursday, October 31st, 1974

6:30pm Ch. 27 Macabre (1956)
11:30pm Ch. 12 & 7 See No Evil (1971)
  Ch. 3 5 Million years to Earth

 

Friday, November 1st, 1974

11:40pm Ch. 3 Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970)

  (Time on above may not be right due to smudge on old TV Listing)

Saturday, November 2nd, 1974

12pm Ch. 10 Monster Zero
1:30pm Ch. 4 Blood of the Vampire (1958)
3pm Ch. 4 Brides of Dracula (1960)
4pm Ch. 12 King Kong VS. Godzilla
  Ch. 56 King Kong Escapes (hmmm…timing?)
10:45pm CH. 38 Attack of the Robots (1967)
11:30pm Ch. 3 The Time Machine
  Ch. 56 The Frozen Dead (1967)

 

—————————– 1975 —————————————-

Here, we see the beginning of CDF, which is highlighted in yellow. For just a listing of CDF programs during this time period, click HERE.

Saturday, September 6th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Voyage to a Prehistoric Planet (1965)  
2:30pm Ch. 56 Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1966)  
3:30pm Ch. 5 Return of the Vampire (Bela Lugosi – 1943)  
8pm Ch. 56 The Thing (1951)  

 

Saturday, September 13th, 1975

2:25am Ch. 5 Monster on the Campus (1958)
1pm Ch. 56 Revenge of the Zombies (1943)
2:30pm Ch. 56 King of the Zombies (1941)
3:30pm Ch. 5 The Man Who Lived Twice (1936)
8pm Ch. 56 Phantom of the Rue Morgue (Karl Malden – 1954)

 

Friday, September 19th, 1975

11:30pm Ch. 12 Psycho (1960)
  Ch. 7 The Devil’s Daughter (1973)

 

Saturday, September 20th, 1975

2:25am Ch. 5 Jungle Captive (1945)
12:30pm Ch. 10 The Human Duplicators (1965)
1pm Ch. 56 Magnetic Monster (1953)
2:30pm Ch. 56 The Monster That Challenged the World (1957)
  Ch. 3 Pinocchio in Outer Space (1965)
8pm CH. 56 Them! (1954)
11:30pm Ch. 3 Kiss of Evil (1963)

 

Wednesday, September 24th, 1975

2:45am Ch. 5 Man Made Monster (1941)

 

Thursday, September 25th, 1975

11:30pm Ch. 12 & 7 Satan’s School for Girls (1973)

 

Friday, September 26th, 1975

11:30pm Ch. 7 Maneater (1973)
  Ch. 3 Curse of the Werewolf (Oliver Reed 1961)

 

Saturday, September 27th, 1975

12:30pm Ch. 10 The Blob (1955)
1pm Ch. 56 War of the Gargantuas (1966)
2:30pm Ch. 56 War of the Monsters (1968)
8pm Ch. 56 Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953)
11:30pm Ch. 3 Island of Terror (Peter Cushing 1967)

 

Saturday, October 4th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Rodan (1957)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Monster Zero (1969)
3:30pm Ch. 5 Black Friday (Karloff & Lugosi 1940)
8pm Ch. 56 The Evil Eye (John Saxon 1962)
1am Ch. 4 Curse of the Werewolf (Oliver Reed 1960)

 

Saturday, October 11th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Majin, Monster of Terror (1964)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Return of Giant Majin (1966)

 

Saturday, October 18th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Reptilicus (1962)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Yongary (1964)
8pm Ch. 56 Monster From a Prehistoric Planet (1963)

 

Saturday, October 25th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Journey to the Seventh Planet (1962)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Planet of Blood (1966)
8pm Ch. 56 Circus of Fear (1966)
1am Ch. 10 5 Million Years to Earth (1968)

 

Saturday, November 1st, 1975

12:30am Ch. 6 Scream, Blacula, Scream (1973)
2am Ch. 5 Blood on Satan’s Claw (1970)
12:30pm Ch. 10 The Day The World Ended (1956)
1pm Ch. 56 Voyage Into Space (1970)
2pm Ch. 10 Night of the Grizzly (1956)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Battle Beyond the Sun (1963)
4pm Ch. 56 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961)
8pm Ch. 56 The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant (Bruce Dern 1971)

 

Saturday, November 8th, 1975

12:30pm Ch. 10 The Man with the X- Ray Eyes (1963)  
1pm Ch. 56 Dracula Vs. Frankenstein (1971)  
2:30pm Ch. 56 Frankenstein Conquers the World (1964)  
8pm Ch. 56 Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror (1971)  

 

Saturday, November 15th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Godzilla (1956)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster (1972)
4pm Ch. 56 Journey to the Center of the Earth (1960)
8pm Ch. 56 Godzilla Vs. The Thing (1962)
1:30am Ch. 4 Night Walker (Barbara Stanwyck 1965)

 

Saturday, November 22nd, 1975

12:30pm Ch. 10 Time Travelers (1964)
1pm Ch. 56 Destroy All Monsters (1969)
2:30PM Ch. 56 Destroy All Planets (1970)
4pm Ch. 56 One Million Years B.C. (1966)
11:30pm Ch. 3 Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

 

Saturday, November 29th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Terror in the Crypt (Christopher Lee 1958)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Terror From The Year 5,000 (1960)
3pm Ch. 3 The Evil of Frankenstein (1964)
8pm Ch. 56 Maneater of Hydra (Cameron Mitchell 1963)
11:30pm Ch. 3 The X From Outer Space (1964)
1:30am Ch. 4 Island of Terror (Peter Cushing 1967)

 

Saturday, December 6th, 1975

12:30pm Ch. 10 2889 (1967)
1pm Ch. 56 Curse of Dracula (1958)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Blood of Dracula (1957)
3pm Ch. 3 Journey to the Center of the Earth (1960)
8pm Ch. 56 Konga (1961)

 

Saturday, December 13th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Beast with Five Fingers (1946)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Beast with a Million Eyes (1956)
8pm Ch. 56 Warning From Space (1963)

 

Saturday, December 20th, 1975

12:30pm Ch. 10 Dementia 13 (1963)
1pm Ch. 56 Die, Monster, Die (1965)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Killer Shrews (1959)
8pm Ch. 56 Demon Planet (1965)
1am Ch. 7 Revenge of Frankenstein (1955)

 

Saturday, December 27th, 1975

1pm Ch. 56 Angry Red Planet (1960)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Dagora, the Space Monster (1960)
8pm Ch. 56 The X From Outer Space (1964)
1:30am Ch. 4 The Evil of Frankenstein (1964)

 

—————————– 1976 —————————————-

Saturday, January 3rd, 1976

1:30am Ch. 7 Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972)
12:30pm Ch. 10 The Beast of Morocco (1967)
1pm Ch. 56 The Brain Eaters (1958)
2:30pm Ch. 56 The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (1963)
6pm Ch. 27 Abbott & Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1953)
8pm Ch. 56 Island of the Burning Doomed

 

Friday, January 9th, 1976

11:30pm Ch. 7 UFO: Target Earth (1974)
1:55am Ch. 5 The Time Machine (1960)

 

Saturday, January 10th, 1976

1pm Ch. 56 The Amazing Colossal Man (1957)
2:30pm Ch. 56 War of the Colossal Beast (1958)

 

Friday, January 16th, 1976

8pm Ch. 56 The Pit and the Pendulum (Vincent Price – 1961)  

 

Saturday, January 17th, 1976

12pm Ch. 10 The Terror (Jack Nicholson 1963)
1pm Ch. 56 The Astounding She-Monster (1957)
2:30pm Ch. 56 The She-Creature (1956)
6pm Ch. 27 Abbott & Costello Meet The Invisible Man (1951)
8pm Ch. 56 Burn, Witch, Burn (1962)
2:10am Ch. 5 The Black Cat (Karloff & Lugosi 1934)

 

Saturday, January 24th, 1976

12pm Ch. 10 Maneater of Hydra (Cameron Mitchell 1963)
1pm Ch. 56 Attack of the Monsters (1969)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Return of the Giant Monsters (1964)
8pm Ch. 56 Frozen Dead (1967)
2:10am Ch. 5 The Invisible Man’s Revenge (1944)

 

Saturday, January 31st, 1976

12pm Ch. 10 Mutiny in Outer Space (1964)
1pm Ch. 56 Zontar, The Thing from Venus (1966)
2:30pm Ch. 56 The Magic Serpent (1966)
3pm Ch. 12 Yongary (1964)
6pm Ch. 27 Abbott & Costello Meet the Killer (1949)
8pm Ch. 56 The Monster That Challenged the World (1957)

 

Saturday, February 7th, 1976

Midnight (Friday) Ch. 7 Scream of the Wolf (1974)
1pm Ch. 56 Gamera Vs. Monster X (1969)
2pm Ch. 7 Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers (1956)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Yog, Monster From Space (1971)
4:30pm Ch. 3 Batman (1966)
6pm Ch. 27 Abbott & Costello Meet the Mummy (1955)
8pm Ch. 56 King Kong Escapes (1968)

 

Saturday, February 14th, 1976

12pm Ch. 10 First Men In The Moon (1964)
1pm Ch. 56 The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Night of the Blood Beast (1958)
8pm Ch. 56 Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933)

 

Saturday, February 21st, 1976

1pm Ch. 56 I Was A Teenage Werewolf (1957)
2:30pm Ch. 56 I Was A Teenage Frankenstein (1957)
3pm Ch. 12 Gamera vs. Monster X (1969)
8pm Ch. 56 Attack of the Mushroom People (1962)

 

Saturday, February 28th, 1976

1pm Ch. 56 Attack of the Puppet People
2:30pm Ch. 56 Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959)
8pm Ch. 56 Graveyard of Horror (1971)
9pm Ch. 4 & 10 Westworld (1973)

 

Saturday, March 6th, 1976

1pm Ch. 56 The Screaming Skull (1958)
2:30pm Ch. 56 Donovan’s Brain (1953)
3pm Ch. 12 Gorgo (1961)
11:30pm Ch. 3 One Million Years B.C. (1966)

 

Saturday, July 10th, 1976

12:30pm Ch. 10 Giant Gila Monster
1PM Ch. 56 Gog (1954)
1:30pm Ch. 5 The Time Machine
2:30 Ch. 56 Yog, Monster From Space
4PM Ch. 56 The Brides of Fu Manchu
8PM Ch. 56 Island of the Burning Doomed

 

Saturday, July 17th, 1976

12:30PM Ch. 10 How To Make A Monster
1PM Ch. 56 The Amazing Colossal Man (1957)
2PM Ch. 7 Journey To The Far Side Of The Sun
2:30 Ch. 56 The Monster That Challenged the World (1957)
3PM Ch. 4 From the Earth to the Moon
8PM Ch. 56 Return of the Giant Monsters
11:30PM Ch. 3 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

 

Saturday, July 24th, 1976

12:30PM Ch. 10 I Was a Teenage Werewolf
1PM Ch. 56 The Astounding She-Monster (1957)
2:30 Ch. 56 The She-Creature (1956)
8PM Ch. 56 Castle of the Living Dead

 

Saturday, July 31st, 1976

12:30PM Ch. 10 I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
1PM Ch. 56 The Brain Eaters (1958)
2:30 Ch. 56 The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1961)
8PM Ch. 56 The Thing

 

Saturday, August 7th, 1976

12:30PM Ch. 10 The She-Creature
1PM CH. 56 Teenage Caveman (1958)
2:30 Ch. 56 Die Monster Die! (1965)
3:30PM Ch. 5 The Invisible Man's Revenge
8PM Ch. 56 Konga
11:45PM Ch. 9 The Return of Dr. X

 

Saturday, August 14th, 1976

12:30PM Ch. 10 Rodan
1PM Ch. 56 Isle of the Dead (1945)
2:30 CH. 56 The Undead (1957)
8PM Ch. 56 The X From Outer Space

 

Saturday, August 21st, 1976

1PM Ch. 56 The Face of Marble (1946)
2:30 Ch. 56 Curse of the Faceless Man (1958)
3PM Ch. 5 The Spider Woman Strikes Back
8PM Ch. 56 The Magic Serpent

 

Saturday, August 28th, 1976

12PM Ch. 10 Attack of the Puppet People
1PM Ch. 56 Blood of Dracula (1957)
2:30 Ch. 56 The Curse of Dracula (1958)
3PM Ch. 5 The Deadly Mantis
8PM Ch. 56 Warning From Space

 

Once Again: If you have any further information or audio/video clips from programs above, particularly the ones shown on Channel 3, 10 & 12 in Providence (or any others on other stations) PLEASE contact us and we’ll post it here!

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