Movie 9 (WOR-TV) (1970)

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    NowhereMan1966 Posted 9 years 2 months ago
    Dittoes on that, Jerry. Here in Pittsburgh, our cable system carried WOR-TV until the early 1990's.
    Jerryjg62 Posted 9 years 10 months ago
    It is so strange. It seems like just yesterday I saw this and yet it is from the late seventies.
    musicradio77 Posted 11 years 6 days ago
    When I wa a kid, I used to love the movies that WOR-TV ran 1940's and 1950's movies under the "Movie 9" name. It was usually on in the afternoon from the late 70's until 1980's. It had the opening shot of movie actors in paint where it was done in illustration. I missed the "Movie 9" shows since it was on in the afternoon. WOR-TV was the place for movies like the "Million Dollar Movie", "The 4 O'Clock Movie", "The Big Preview", "The Late Movie" and "9 All Night".
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    • Narrator: This was the story of Howard Beale: The first known instance of a man who was killed because of lousy ratings.

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