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Wednesday August 11, 1971
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Prime-time network TV listings for Wednesday August 11, 1971:

7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS Men At Law: Hostage (R) To Rome With Love: The Catnip Club (R) Medical Center: The Man In Hiding (R) Hawaii Five-O: The Guarnerius Caper (R)
ABC The Courtship Of Eddie's Father: The Lonely Weekend (R) Room 222: The Long Honeymoon (R) The Smith Family: The Blue Tie (R) Love On A Rooftop (R) The Immortal: Brother's Keeper (R) NFL Action
NBC The Men From Shiloh: Wolf Track (R) Des O'Connor Show The Psychiatrist: Ex-Sgt. Randell File, U.S.A. (R)

Program details:

[CBS 7:30] Men At Law [Reg]: Hostage
Season 1, episode 17

With Meg Foster (Barbara Millett), John Rubinstein (Ron Martin), Arthur Franz (Henry Millett), Felice Orlandi (Arthur Burelli), Ford Rainey (Judge Hemming), John S. Ragin (Attorney).
McNeil agrees to defend an old client's daughter who is charged with homicide in an explosion triggered by a revolutionary group.

(Repeat program, originally aired 2/24/1971)

[ABC 7:30] The Courtship Of Eddie's Father [Reg]: The Lonely Weekend
Season 2, episode 20
W: Stan Cutler, Martin Donovan   D: Harry Falk

With Jodie Foster (Joey Kelly), Skip Burton (Bob), Claire Brennan (Sherry Barnes), Brenda Benet (Julie).
While Eddie is away at camp, Tom's life is suddenly complicated with a romance, business emergencies, and an unexpected weekend guest.

(Repeat program, originally aired 2/17/1971)

[NBC 7:30] The Men From Shiloh [Reg]: Wolf Track
Season 9, episode 23
W: Philip MacDonald   D: Abner Biberman

With Julie Harris (Jenny), Clint Howard (Willie Sattron), Arthur O'Connell (Emmitt), Pernell Roberts (Stranger), Ross Elliott (Sheriff Abbott), Harry Lauter (Deputy).
An outlaw wolf known to have killed at least two men is the object of a painful search by Col. Mackenzie, who finds unexpected obstacles along the trail.

(Repeat program, originally aired 3/17/1971)

[ABC 8:00] Room 222 [Reg]: The Long Honeymoon
Season 2, episode 17
W: William Wood   D: Terry Becker

With Tim Matheson (Jerry Cates), Eve McVeagh (Mrs. Cates), Ketty Lester (Mrs. Ellis), Morris Buchanan (Mr. Ellis), Barbara Collentine (Mrs. Bush), Margarita Cordova (Mrs. Santos).
When a basketball player seems distracted and sleeps in classes, both his friend, the team manager, and Mr. Kaufman are concerned. Principal Kaufman learns the youth is on his own because his mother has gone off to pursue another marriage prospect.

(Repeat program, originally aired 1/27/1971)

[CBS 8:30] To Rome With Love [Reg]: The Catnip Club
Season 2, episode 9

With Craig Stevens (Bill), Elaine Devry (Maggie), A.G. Vitanza (Bartoletti), Carmelo Manto (Maitre D').
Prof. Endicott's former college roommate, now entrepreneur of the swinging, international Catnip Clubs, persuades financially troubled Mike to moonlight as manager of his newest club opening in Rome.

(Repeat program, originally aired 11/17/1970)

[ABC 8:30] The Smith Family [Reg]: The Blue Tie
Season 1, episode 4
D: Herschel Daugherty

With Bruce Gordon (Ziggie), William Mims (Mr. Ritter), Virginia Vincent (Mrs. Ritter), Jan Arvan (Womrath).
A routine morning phone call for Det. Smith from his partner alarms his wife Betty because it has been open season on all policemen.

(Repeat program, originally aired 2/10/1971)

[CBS 9:00] Medical Center [Reg]: The Man In Hiding
Season 2, episode 23
D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Hal England (Dr. Bill Kebner), Gena Rowlands (Frances Delaney), Richard Kiley (Dr. Thomas Patton), Georg Stanford Brown (Dr.Roy James).
Dr. Joe Gannon is dismayed to learn that a once famous doctor has given up surgery for a self-imposed exile in the research laboratory and steadfastly refuses to help a critically ill patient -- his ex-wife!

(Repeat program, originally aired 3/3/1971)

[ABC 9:00] Love On A Rooftop [Reg]
(Repeat program)

[NBC 9:00] Des O'Connor Show [Reg]
With Charlie Callas.

[ABC 9:30] The Immortal [Reg]: Brother's Keeper
Season 1, episode 15
W: Robert Duncan, Wanda Duncan, Stephen Kandel   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Marj Dusay (Allison Richards), Michael Strong (Jason Richards), James B. Sikking (Administrator), Michael Masters (Dalby), Tom Stewart (Assistant), Frank Orsatti (Heavy).
Ben Richards believes he has found his brother after a lengthy search. But Fletcher is also on hand to catch the two men together. (Last show of the series.)

(Repeat program, originally aired 1/14/1971)

[CBS 10:00] Hawaii Five-O [Reg]: The Guarnerius Caper
Season 3, episode 5
W: Ken Pettus   D: Tony Leader

With Jim Demarest (Babbitt), Ed Flanders (Dmitri Rostov), Ah Vah (Tojo), Wright Esser (Gino Mazzini), David 'Lippy' Espinda (Taxi Driver), Albert Paulsen (Josef Sarpa), Anthony James (Hutch), Kenneth O'Brien (Deke), Larry Ronson (Jared Gifford), Susan Stewart (Luanna).
When the theft of a priceless violin belonging to a touring Russian musician threatens to explode into an international incident, state police intervene despite word from Washington to drop the case.

(Repeat program, originally aired 10/14/1970)

[NBC 10:00] The Psychiatrist [Reg]: Ex-Sgt. Randell File, U.S.A.
Season 1, episode 5

With John Rubinstein (Ex-Sgt. Randell File), B.J. Mason (Oxley Kitt), Kiel Martin (Jo Jo Poole), Jesse Wayne (Randell's Buddy), Iris Korn (Randell's Mother), Jonathan Brooks (Homer Cling).
A Vietnam veteran who saw his squad wiped out and came home to find his wife cheating on him starts to open up to the group but stops short, deciding to end not only therapy, but his life.

(Repeat program, originally aired 3/3/1971)

[ABC 10:30] NFL Action: The First Ten Years
The Vikings, still smarting from the Kansas City defeat during Super Bowl 4, get revenge on the Chiefs in the season opener. Joe Kapp's heroics are seen briefly in flashbacks while the Vikings win the division title but bow to the 49ers in the playoffs.

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