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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Flying High' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'Flying High':

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

August 28, 1978: Fear Of Cheesecake
Season 1, episode 1
W: Juliet Packer   D: Peter H. Hunt

With Bill Daily (Bob Griffen), Eileen Heckart (Ruthie), Anne Francis (Susan Vale), John Hillerman (Herron), Sam Jaffe (Dr. Alsdorf), Jerry Mathers (Chuck Wallace), Stephen Parr (Mac Carabasi), Spencer Milligan (Barry Squires), David Ellis (Quarterback), Steve Boynum (Running Back), Louis Odell Burton (Pilot).
Debut of a comedy series focusing on the adventures and misadventures of three airline stewardesses. Stars Connie Selleca, Pat Klous and Kathryn Witt. In the initial episode, a high-caloried time bomb in the form of a contaminated cheesecake is ready to explode in the cockpit of a Boeing 747.

October 6, 1978: A Hairy Yak Plays Musical Chairs Eagerly
Season 1, episode 2
W: Robert Van Scoyk   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Bill Daily (Bob Griffen), Cameron Mitchell (Peter), Denny Miller (Jimbo), Stephen Parr (Mac Carabasi), Dorothy Malone (Jane), Ty Hardin (Rod Hunter), Paul Gryglas (Jed Baker), Kathryn Wilde (Joyce).
Lisa and Pam find themselves in a San Francisco hotel and at the mercy of a bunch of obnoxious, costumed conventioneers, while aloft and en route to Denver Marcy faces potential peril of a grimmer sort.

October 13, 1978: The Marcy Connection
Season 1, episode 3
W: Terry Ryan   D: Nicholas Sgarro

With Michael Cole (Greg), Tige Andrews (Blakely), Freddy Fender (Kellner), Stephen Parr (Mac Carabasi), Alejandro Rey (Cortez), Bobby Van (Meltzer), Jorge Moreno (Pablo).
Lisa Benton finds unexpected romance with the key passenger on a charter flight, a U.S. senator and possible presidential candidate, while Pam, Marcy and Capt. March are pursued by sinister strangers.

October 20, 1978: The Great Escape
Season 1, episode 4
W: Joyce Armor, Judie Neer   D: Nicholas Sgarro

With James Gregory (Harry), Wynn Irwin (Bill), Michael Parks (Travis), Roosevelt Grier (Tarkanian), George Gobel (Beamis), Stubby Kaye (George), Severn Darden (Mr. Dorfman), Bibi Osterwald (Mrs. Gaynes).
Marcy becomes a flight attendant while fellow stewardesses Pam and Lisa try to cope with a Russian defector.

October 27, 1978: In The Still Of The Night
Season 1, episode 5
W: David Braff, Nick Thiel   D: Peter H. Hunt

With Ray Walston (Desk Clerk), Sam Freed (Howard Kent), Stephen Parr (Mac Carabasi), Mercedes McCambridge (Claire), John Carradine (Eston), Anne Jeffreys (Mrs. Benton).
As ex-debutante Lisa returns to her Connecticut home, her fellow workers are caught in a terrifying Halloween adventure in a seedy Georgia motel.

November 3, 1978: The Vanishing Point
Season 1, episode 6
W: Joyce Armor, Judie Neer   D: William Jurgensen

With Pat Carroll (Desk Clerk), Paul Sand (Willy Rush), Tom Poston (Zarky), Jack Kelly (Reynolds), Jackie Coogan (Man), Hemione Baddeley (Mrs. Edgar), Kyle Richards (Katie), Ken Olfson (Raymond Strickman).
A rekindled romance, a jewel thief, a stowaway, a rude medical student and a fear-crazed passenger combine to turn a transcontinental flight into a garish adventure for stewardesses Pam, Lisa and Marcy.

November 17, 1978: Beautiful People
Season 1, episode 7
W: Dawn Aldredge, Martin Cohan   D: Alan Bergmann

With Bernie Kopell (Morgan), Darleen Carr (Sofia), Dody Goodman (Midge), Natalie Schafer (Woman), Alan Napier (Arthur), Ken Olfson (Raymond Strickman), Casey Biggs (Dale).
An advertising executive designs a campaign for Sunwest Airlines centered around Marcy, Lisa and Pam.

November 24, 1978: High Rollers
Season 1, episode 8
W: Robert Van Scoyk   D: William Jurgensen

With Lew Ayres, Ann Sothern (Miss Kirkeby), Shelley Berman, David Hedison, Jack Carter, Dr. Joyce Brothers (Joyce), Jack Jones, Bobby Baum (Gilbert), Ken Olfson (Ray Strickman), Dave Barry (Jack Brice), Sharon Ullrick (Nita).
On a trip to Las Vegas, Pam befriends a retired dentist, a comedian pursues Lisa, and Marcy wins in the casino.

December 1, 1978: Palm Springs Weekend
Season 1, episode 9
W: Joyce Armor, Judie Neer   D: Peter H. Hunt

With Red Skelton (Himself), Charo, Alan Hale Jr., Kaye Ballard, Guich Koock, Vincent Van Patten, Ken Olfson (Raymond Strickman), Katherine Martin (Penny), Jack O'Halloran.
Lisa helps Captain March keep away from a jealous rival, while Pam tries to deal with a teenager's crush.

December 8, 1978: South By Southwest
Season 1, episode 10
W: Dennis Palumbo   D: Peter H. Hunt

With John Gavin (Sinclair), Victor Buono (Smith), Ross Martin (Roberts), Scatman Crothers (Crothers), Broderick Crawford (Willard), William Bogert (Walter).
Pam and Marcy experience very different results after encounters with the idle rich.

December 15, 1978: Brides And Grooms
Season 1, episode 11
W: Jerry Ross, Arthur Rabin   D: Peter H. Hunt

With Robert Goulet (Reggie), Arnold Stang (Reverend), Stephen Parr (Mac Carabasi), Peter Brown (Richard), Art Metrano (Harve), Misty Rowe (Candy), Stephen Young (Joe), Ken Olfson (Raymond Stareham).
Captain March's old flame returns as the fiancee of a publisher of men's magazines.

December 22, 1978: Swan Song For An Ugly Duckling
Season 1, episode 12
W: Terry Ryan   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Terry Lester (Billy Bob), Ed Marinaro (Alex), Stephen Parr (Mac Carabasi), Selma Diamond (Woman), Melinda Naud (Essie May), Dennis Cole (Victor), Debra Feuer (Gladys).
Marcy and Lisa attempt to reunite Billy Bob and Essie Mae Hooper, an estranged couple who were Mary's school mates.

December 29, 1978: Great Expectations
Season 1, episode 13
W: Joyce Armor, Judie Neer   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Hoyt Axton (Himself), Dick Gautier (Bill Wilson), Bill Dana (Doctor), Arthur Godfrey (Red Greene), Stubby Kaye (Lorne), Ken Olfson (Raymond Strickman), Stephen Parr (Mac Carabasi).
Captain March, suffering from a temporary vision loss, takes full advantage of the stewardesses' compassion.

January 23, 1979: Ladies Of The Night
Season 1, episode 14
W: Laura Levine   D: Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.

With Brooke Bundy (Cher), Susan Tyrrell (Sam), Dan Frazer (Mr. Charles), John Hillerman (Richter), Leigh Christian (Claudia), Richard Foronjy (Detective Martin), Marvin Kaplan (Cutler), Key Medford (Mrs. Charles), Harvey Lembeck (Clerk), Roger Kern (Detective Lewis), Aldine King (Annie).
Lisa and Marcy are mistakenly arrested as call girls, while Captain March discovers that an old buddy is now a girl. (Last show of the series.)

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