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THURSDAY. Thanksgiving Day Parades. CBS will cover four parades throughout the morning Gimbles in Philadelphia: J.I. Hudson in Detroit. Eaton's Santa Claus Parade in Toronto and Macy's in New York. NBC will stick to three hours of Macy's. CH. 4, 7, 9 a.m. Color-Live. 3 hrs.

International Performance. The acclaimed PBS series presents Ravel's opera ballet "L'Enfant et les Sortileges." CH. 2, 9 p.m. Color. 60 min.

SATURDAY: New To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. The 1961 Pulitzer Prize-winning musical and long-running Broadway hit features Robert Morse recreating his role as J. Pierpont Finch. CH.10. 9 p.m. Color. 2 hrs. 25 min.

SUNDAY: Pat and Mike. A bit of Hepburn-Tracy humor from 1952. CH.56. 8 p.m. B-W. 2 hrs.

MONDAY: NET Opera Theatre. A Swedish TV production of Verdi's "The Masked Ball" staged by the late Goeran Gentele. Between scenes, an interview with Schuyler Chapin, acting general manager of the Met. CH.2. 8 p.m. B-W. 90 min.

TUESDAY: Bold Ones. "An Inalienable Right to Die" features E.G. Marshall as a physician facing the quandary posed by a paralyzed patient asking to die. CH.4. 9 p.m. Color. 60 min.

Pretty Poison. Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld in a 1968 murder tale filmed in Massachusetts. Lorenzo Semple Jr. took a New York Film Critics Award for his screenplay. CH.7. 9:30 p.m. Color 90 min.

Shanghal Express. Josef von Sternberg's 1932 masterpiece with Marlene Dietrich as a femme fatale caught up in the Chinese Civil War (circa 1912). CH.4. 1:05 a.m. B-W. 90 min.

WEDNESDAY: Tender Is The Night. 1961 adaptation of the Fitzgerald novel with Jason Robards and Jennifer Jones. CH.56. 8 p.m. Color. 2 hrs.

SPECIAL: Hall of Fame. In 1939, Orson Welles turned down an offer from George S. Kaufman to star in his new play "The Man Who Came to Dinner." Welles preferred to work on a movie which came to be called "Citizen Kane". Now Welles comes to television as Sheridan Whiteside, the role he refused 33 years ago. The play is updated and spiced with an all-star cast. CH.4. 8:30 p.m. Color. 90 min.

The Big Bond and All That Jazz. A taped concert from the Philharmonic Hall with the surviving greats of jazz. Ella Fitzgerald. Duke Ellington, Count Basie. Dave Brubeck. Benny Goodman. Earl Hines. Dizzy Gillespie, et al. CH.4. 10 p.m. Color. 60 min.

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