Television: Nov. 10, 1967

Wednesday, November 8 ABC WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIE (ABC, 9-11 p.m.).*Susan Hayward and Bette Davis in the screen adaptation of Harold Robbins' bestseller, Where Love Has Gone.

CHRYSLER PRESENTS THE BOB HOPE SHOW (NBC, 10-11 p.m.). A band of comedians (Bob Hope, Steve Allen, Jack Carter and Bill Dana) fights to rescue the TV badlands from a notorious gang of cowboy heroes led by James Drury (The Virginian). Bobbie Gentry sings along with the action in "ShootIn at NBC."

Thursday, November 9 CBS THURSDAY NIGHT MOVIES (CBS, 9-11 p.m.). The Seventh Dawn finds William Holden,...

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