Television: Nov. 3, 1967

Wednesday, November 1

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY SPECIAL (CBS, 7:30-8:30 p.m.).* The Craighead twins, John and Frank, noted ecologists and conservationists, take viewers on a search for Ursus horribilis, the most dangerous of North American animals, in "Grizzly!"

KRAFT MUSIC HALL (NBC, 9-10 p.m.). Jack Benny stops in to host "Fiddler on the Loose" with such guests as Concert Violinist Michael Rabin, Brazilian Singer Astrud Gilberto, Pianist Liberace and "The Waukegan String Quartet," which includes violins bowed by Rabin, Benny and Comedian Henny Youngman and cello by Morey Amsterdam.

Thursday, November 2

THE FLYING NUN...

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