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Tuesday February 2, 1971
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Prime-time network TV listings for Tuesday February 2, 1971:

7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS The Beverly Hillbillies: The Teahouse Of Jed Clampett Green Acres: The Spot Remover Hee Haw All In The Family: Archie Gives Blood 60 Minutes
ABC The Point Plimpton! The Man On The Flying Trapeze Marcus Welby, M.D.: A Woman's Place
NBC Julia: Courting Time The Don Knotts Show First Tuesday

Program details:

[CBS 7:30] The Beverly Hillbillies [Reg]: The Teahouse Of Jed Clampett
Season 9, episode 17
W: Paul Henning, Dick Wesson   D: Robert M. Leeds

With Charles Lane (Foster Phinney), Lori Saunders (Betty Gordon), Danielle Mardi (Helen Thompson), Shuji Nozawa (Banzai Sakito), Momo Yashima (Japanese Girl #1), Sumi Haru (Japanese Girl #2), Kazuka Sakura (Japanese Girl #3), Miko Mayama (Japanese Girl #4).
While Granny and Elly May pursue the course of women's liberation, Banzai the karate champ moves the women of his household into the Clampett mansion to do the chores.

[ABC 7:30] The Point [special]
W: Harry Nilsson, Carole Beers, Norm Lenzer   D: Fred Wolf

With Ringo Starr, Mike Lookinland, Paul Frees, Lenny Weinrib, Bill Martin, Joan Gerber, Buddy Foster.
Animated musical fable of a boy who lives in a land where everything and everyone - except him - is pointed. Dustin Hoffman narrates. Based on a story by Harry Nilsson, who also composed and performs seven original songs.

[NBC 7:30] Julia [Reg]: Courting Time
Season 3, episode 19
W: Phil Leslie, R. A. Cinader   D: Bernard Wiesen

With Diana Sands (Sara), Jack Soo (Judge Watanabe), M. Emmet Walsh (Gus Anderson), Marvin Kaplan (Mr. Crocker).
Cousin Sara and another pedestrian suffer a head-on collision leading to a lawsuit and countersuit. To complicate matters, Julia's boyfriend Steve is attorney for the opposition.

[CBS 8:00] Green Acres [Reg]: The Spot Remover
Season 6, episode 19
W: Jay Sommers, Dick Chevillat   D: Richard L. Bare

With George Ives (Mr. Wilkins), Bob Hastings (Sheriff), Ben Baker (Bert Beamish).
Lisa's uncle's cabbage soup appears to be a miracle cleaning fluid and the world begins "to make a beaten path to her door".

[NBC 8:00] The Don Knotts Show
With Bob Newhart, Mary Costa, The Dillards.
Newhart offers a monologue about a man trying to return Christmas toys to a department store -- in April; Miss Costa sings "Ah, Je Veux Vivre" and joins Don on "Why Do I Love You"; the Dillards perform "One A.M.".

[CBS 8:30] Hee Haw
Season 2, episode 19

With Loretta Lynn, Bill Anderson, Susan Raye.

[ABC 9:00] Plimpton! The Man On The Flying Trapeze [special]
The ubiquitous George Plimpton, American's professional amateur, sets his talents -- and his hands -- to the trapezes of the Clyde Beatty-Cole Brothers Circus for a behind-the-scenes look at the life of the big top performer. In addition to joining the Flying Apollos, Plimpton takes a chair with lion tamer Dave Hoover, rides aboard a prancing elephant and participates in several of the sideshow attractions.

[NBC 9:00] First Tuesday
A Canadian Broadcasting Corp. report by Michael Maclear on the radical changes underway in North Vietnam. Filmed last December, the report documents the shift in priorities from the military to the home front -- a crash effort to industrialize for a "better base for victory in the future". Lasting approximately 50 minutes, the film shows the people of Hanoi at leisure. Another feature explores the "mystique" surrounding singer Janis Joplin, who died at the age of 27 reportedly from an overdose of drugs.

[CBS 9:30] All In The Family [Reg]: Archie Gives Blood
Season 1, episode 4
W: Norman Lear   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Jeannie Linero (Nurse), James Hong (Doctor).
Mike talks Archie into being a blood donor and winds up in a long-winded discussion about the racial "characteristics" of blood.

[CBS 10:00] 60 Minutes
A profile of Vice President Spiro T. Agnew prior to his election to that office, giving viewers a glimpse of his schooling, his business activities and his entry into the political world in addition to a pre-inaugural interview by Mike Wallace. Another segment is an on-location report by Morley Safer in Carson City and Las Vegas, Nev., on the background and current affairs of Howard Hughes.

[ABC 10:00] Marcus Welby, M.D. [Reg]: A Woman's Place
Season 2, episode 18
W: Charles A. McDaniel   D: Leo Penn

With Rachel Roberts (Dr. Victoria Thorson), Ramon Bieri (Paul Barrett), Dana Elcar (Dr. McCready), Lee H. Montgomery (Billy Channing), Keye Luke (Dr. Braley), Bruce Kirby (Lou Rienzi).
Welby and Steven Kiley try to help a once-successful orthopedic surgeon who's become an alcoholic.

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