KNLC-DT Upcoming Movies:

Sunday, November 2 – 2 – 4 PM – Hispanic College Quiz Show

An English speaking series designed to encourage an appreciation of Latino and Hispanic culture in an entertaining game show format. (Source: Hispanic College Quiz Show)

Sunday, November 2 – 7 – 9 PM – Saul and David

Saul and David is a biblical story of the relationship between David the slayer of a giant warrior, Goliath. King Saul secretly conspires to kill his armor bearer David after being rejected by God for disobeying divine orders. David must flee from Saul and remain exiled for many years before he is crowned the new king of Israel. (Source: IMDb)

Friday, November 7 – 7 – 9 PM – Children of Sanchez

A 50 year old father of 4 adult children tells their story of how they survived a turbulence time of poverty in a Mexico City slum.

Sunday, November 9 – 2 – 4 PM – The Scarlet Pimpernel

A French nobleman known as the Scarlet Pimpernel saves other aristocrats from being executed. His primary goal is to save the heir to the French throne.

Sunday, November 9  – 7 – 9 PM – Fire Over England

Queen Elizabeth 1 becomes infatuated with Michael Ingolby who leads the British in a victory over the Spanish Armada. Ingolby’s feats also earn him favor, honor and love with noble women.

Friday, November 14 – 7 – 9 PM – Sitting Bull

Chief Sitting Bull of the Sioux tribe is forced by General Custer to react in violence. This warfare resulted in the famous Last Stand at Little Big Horn.

Sunday, November 16 – 2 – 4 PM – Nothing Sacred

A Woman becomes famous in New York after allowing a struggling reporter to publish her story about a medical misdiagnosis.

Sunday, November 16 – 7 – 9 PM – Where the Red Fern Grows

Billy Coleman saves an injured redbone coonhound from a fight with other neighborhood people. Caring for the dog evokes Coleman to remember the past when he owned two redbone coonhounds growing up as a boy. From winning a raccoon hunting championship to losing one dog in a gnarling scrapple with a mountain lion, the redbone coonhound becomes an idle to Coleman’s life accomplishments.

Friday, November 21 – 7 – 9 PM – Daniel Boone Trailblazer

Shawnee Indians battle with Daniel Boone after they are led by a French renegade to believe that Boone and his company of settlers are there to steal their land.

Sunday, November 23 – 2 – 4 PM – Life With Father

Clarence Day is a stockbroker whose stubborn and ill-tempered nature leads his family to ignore him. His wife and children insist that he be baptized to avoid going to hell.

Sunday, November 23 – 7 – 9 PM – Napoleon

Politics shift a young army lieutenant into his promotion as commander in chief of the French Army. The French army wins the victory in an invasion of Italy under Napoleon’s leadership.

Friday, November 28 – 7 – 9 PM – Night Tide

Johnny is a soldier who meets a woman in a shore side town while on leave. After they meet, he learns that she plays a mermaid at the local carnival. Strange occurrences lead him to believe that she is an actual mermaid who kills people during a full moon.

Sunday, November 30 – 2-4 PM – Happy Go Lovely

A rich bachelor poses as a news reporter to recruit leading ladies for the production of a musical. He falls in love with one of the women and his personality changes from stodgy to friendly.

Sunday, November 30 – 7-9 PM – The Royal Wedding

A brother and sister dance duo find that there show closes in New York. Their agent books them in London at the same time as the Royal Wedding.

KNLC-DT Upcoming Specials:

Sunday, November 2 – 4 – 5 PM – James Brown

Is an American icon, which helped change and inspire music and musicians over the past 50 years.

Sunday, November 9 – 4 – 5 PM – Andrew Young Presents

Once again Andrew Young present an informative 1 hour special called “After the Storm”

Sunday, November 16 – 4 – 5 PM – African American Short Films

This series high-lights some of the most talented African Americans on and behind the scenes of film.

Sunday, November  23 – 4 – 5 PM – African American Short Films

This series high-lights some of the most talented African Americans on and behind the scenes of film.

Sunday, November 30 – 4 – 5 PM – African American Short Films

This series high-lights some of the most talented African Americans on and behind the scenes of film.