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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Executive Suite' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'Executive Suite':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 20, 1976: Re: The Secret
Season 1, episode 1
W: Henry Slesar, Barbara Avedon, Barbara Corday   D: Joseph Hardy, Charles S. Dubin

With James Karen (Carter), Trisha Noble (Yvonne Holland), Dennis Redfield (David).
A new continuing drama series set against the backdrop of a giant corporation and focusing on the interpersonal relationships in the business and private lives of those who make up the corporation. In the premiere episode, a bomb rips the Cardway Corporation, arguments arise as to the membership of a young executive on the board of directors, and a woman's scandalous past is revealed.

September 27, 1976: Re: The Trap
Season 1, episode 2
W: Barbara Avedon, Barbara Corday, Henry Slesar   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Beverly Hope Atkinson (Julia), Rita Gomez (Theresa), Robert Trujillo (Tico).
Though new on the job, Brian Walling is drawn deeper into plant affairs -- and is shocked to learn of his sister Stacey's role in the Cardway bombing.

October 4, 1976: Re: The Porno Play
Season 1, episode 3
W: Peter Allan Fields   D: Joseph Pevney

With Lloyd Bochner (Brad Holland), Dick Dinman (Huey Noble), Kathleen Hughes (Helga), Shirley Mitchell (Lucy), George Reynolds (Lou Warner).
A fugitive daughter, blackmail and a pornographic movie threaten the careers of several executives.

October 18, 1976: Re: The Serpent's Tooth
Season 1, episode 4
W: Don Brinkley   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Joanna Barnes (Sharon Cody), Lloyd Bochner (Brad Holland), George Brenlin (Police Sergeant), Ivor Francis (Dr. Mayhill), Lavelle Roby (Hooker).
Summer Johnson finds herself in jail for harboring a fugitive; Yvonne takes an overdose of sleeping pills and is rescued by a man who was her bitter enemy.

October 25, 1976: Re: A Day Full Of Surprises
Season 1, episode 5
W: Ann Marie Barlow, Don Brinkley   D: Joseph Pevney

With Moosie Drier (B.J. Koslo), James Luisi (Paul Duquesne), John Randolph (Sy Bookerman), Trisha Noble (Yvonne Holland).
After her fellow terrorists are arrested, Stacey Walling is out on bail but feels as though she's traded one jail for another.

November 8, 1976: Re: People Who Live In Glass Houses
Season 1, episode 6
W: Barbara Avedon, Barbara Corday   D: Vincent Sherman

With Moosie Drier (B.J. Koslo), Richard Kline (Herb Lavin), James Luisi (Paul Duquesne).
For public relations purposes, Don Walling holds the company barbeque at his home despite the warning from his wife that the event will put the family on display, especially his daughter Stacy who is now free on bail.

November 15, 1976: Re: Power Play
Season 1, episode 7
W: Peter Allan Fields   D: Joseph Pevney

With Moosie Drier (B.J. Koslo), James Luisi (Paul Duquesne), Joanna Barnes (Sharon Cody), David Opatoshu (Dr. Gould), John Randolph (Sy Bookerman), Edward Bell (Rudy Schoenfeld), Carmen Zapata (Josepha).
A serious heart attack puts Howell Rutledge out of action, and the other directors begin a struggle for power that puts heavy pressure on hard-drinking Pearce Newberry.

November 22, 1976: Re: Fear Of Falling
Season 1, episode 8
W: Richard Fielder, Peter Allan Fields   D: Vincent Sherman

With Moosie Drier (B.J. Koslo), Nat Jones (Walter Johnson), John Randolph (Sy Bookerman).
Unmasking an industrial spy who is having a romance with a colleague, and spurring a frightened man to risk dangerous surgery are separate problems confronting board member Malcolm Gibson and company president Don Walling.

November 29, 1976: Re: Who Shall Bring Mercy?
Season 1, episode 9
W: Daniel Weisburd   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Moosie Drier (B.J. Koslo), Joanna Barnes (Sharon Cody), Madge Sinclair (Judge Gillespie), Geraldine Brooks (Julie), John Randolph (Sy Bookerman), Amanda McBroom (Nancy).
Stacey Walling is sentenced for the Cardway Corporation bombing, while Anderson Galt grows uneasy over the intriguing chemistry between his wife and a woman friend.

December 6, 1976: Re: The Sounds Of Silence
Season 1, episode 10
W: Barbara Avedon, Barbara Corday   D: Vincent Sherman

With Joan Hotchkis (Carline), David Opatoshu (Dr. Gould), Geraldine Brooks (Julie), Norman Fell (Bernie), Barbara Baldavin (Penny), Ta-Tanisha (Melida).
The love affair between Brian Walling and Summer runs into difficulties when she meets his parents, and Hilary Mason painfully arranges to take custody of young B.J. while his dad is in prison.

December 13, 1976: Re: What Are Patterns For?
Season 1, episode 11
W: Don Brinkley   D: Joseph Pevney

With Nat Jones (Walter Johnson), Geraldine Brooks (Julie), Grace Albertson (Clerk).
Anderson Galt fears scandal will erupt over his wife's relationship with another woman, and when a work crisis occupies Don Walling his wife strikes unexpected sparks with a handsome theatrical director.

December 20, 1976: Re: The Identity Crisis
Season 1, episode 12

Summer learns she is pregnant with Brian's baby and swears Stacey to secrecy until she can decide what to do. Andy and Leona attend Julie's funeral where a violent confrontation ensues with Julie's husband. Stacey discourages Harry from accepting Don's offer of a promotion to plant foreman. Don attempts to persuade black board member Malcolm Gibson to intercede in Brian and Summer's relationship.

January 3, 1977: Re: The Dominant Sex
Season 1, episode 13

Brian professes his love to Summer, but she is unable to tell him that she's carrying his child.

January 14, 1977: Re: Kin Less Than Kind
Season 1, episode 14

With Nat Jones (Walter Johnson).
Summer decides whether she wants to have Brian's baby.

January 21, 1977: Re: The Woman Inside
Season 1, episode 15

With Nat Jones (Walter Johnson).
Brian makes a desperate move to save his unborn child.

January 28, 1977: Re: The Rules Of Seduction
Season 1, episode 16

With Nat Jones (Walter Johnson).
Brian fears he has arrived at the abortion clinic too late, but Summer reassures him that she wants to keep their baby.

February 4, 1977: Re: Passionate Journey
Season 1, episode 17

Thinking Don has been unfaithful, Helen goes to see David, who is staying in the home of his mother's employers the Freedmans. Later that night, unaware that Freedmans have returned, David accidentally awakens the family. Thinking he's a burglar, Mr. Freedman shoots and kills David.

February 11, 1977: Re: Aftermath Of A Tragedy
Season 1, episode 18
W: Peter Allan Fields

With Patricia Smith (Leona Galt).
Stunned by David's death, Helen has a hard time explaining her presence in the Freedman home, while the rumor mill works overtime at Cardway. (Last show of the series.)

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