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Sunday March 12, 1972
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Prime-time network TV listings for Sunday March 12, 1972:

7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS Movie: Five Million Years To Earth (1967) Cade's County: Jessie  
ABC The F.B.I.: Dark Journey Movie: Lord Jim (1965), part one
NBC Wonderful World Of Disney: Banner In The Sky (2) (R) The Jimmy Stewart Show: A Bone Of Much Contention Bonanza: The Younger Brothers' Younger Brother The Bold Ones: The Lawyers: By Reason Of Insanity (R)

Program details:

[CBS 7:30] Movie: Five Million Years To Earth (1967)
W: Nigel Kneale   D: Roy Ward Baker

With Andrew Keir, Barbara Shelley, James Donald, Julian Glover, Duncan Lamont, Bryan Marshall.
A time capsule unearthed in London contains clues to an ancient invasion by Martians, and a famous scientist is called in to determine the capsule's origins and explain its strange effect on people.

[NBC 7:30] Wonderful World Of Disney: Banner In The Sky (2)
Season 9, episode 21

With James MacArthur (Rudi Matt), Michael Rennie (Capt. John Winter), Janet Munro (Lizabeth Hempel), James Donald (Franz Lerner), Herbert Lom (Emil Saxo), Laurence Naismith (Theo Zurbriggen).
Conclusion of the adventure-suspense story which originally aired on television in 1963, about a daring Swiss youth who is determined to scale the Alpine peak on which his father perished. Filmed on location in the Swiss Alps.

(Repeat program, originally aired 2/24/1963)

[ABC 8:00] The F.B.I. [Reg]: Dark Journey
Season 7, episode 25
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Philip Abbott

With Claude Akins (Jason Peale), Lindsay Wagner (Laurie Peale), William Schallert (Ed Crawford), Scott Walker (Hank Yorkin), Vic Tayback (Neil Parks), Jeff Pomerantz (Dave Franklyn).
The transportation of stolen property, kidnapping and interstate car theft set Inspector Erskine on the trail of a con man who poses as an "invisible" tycoon to fleece businessmen.

[NBC 8:30] The Jimmy Stewart Show [Reg]: A Bone Of Much Contention
Season 1, episode 24
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Christian Nyby

With Walter Barnes (Ernest Digby), Cesar Romero (Admiral Decker), Michael Audley (Prof. Duncan), Hank Brandt (Detective Crandall), Russ Grieve (Councilman).
The owner of a sandwich shop chain hires P.J. to build another outlet. Unfortunately, the site turns out to be an archaeological find. (Last show of the series.)

[ABC 9:00] Movie: Lord Jim (1965), part one
W: Richard Brooks   D: Richard Brooks

With Peter O'Toole, James Mason, Curt Jurgens, Eli Wallach, Jack Hawkins, Paul Lukas, Dahlia Lavi, Akim Tamiroff, Andrew Keir.
The story of a disgraced 19th century British officer who seeks to regain his honor in a conflict with a jungle warlord.

[NBC 9:00] Bonanza [Reg]: The Younger Brothers' Younger Brother
Season 13, episode 23
W: Michael Landon   D: Michael Landon

With Ken Lynch (Warden), Ted Gehring (Bart Younger), Strother Martin (Cole Younger), John Steadman (Sam), Chuck McCann (Lonnie Younger), William Challee (Pa Younger), Doc Severinsen (Hotel Manager), Henry Jones (Sheriff).
A lighthearted episode about the notorious Younger brothers who, paroled from prison after 20 years, set out to rob a bank. Hoss faces jail when he is identified as a member of the gang.

[CBS 9:30] Cade's County [Reg]: Jessie
Season 1, episode 21
D: Marvin Chomsky

With Bobby Sherman (Nick Braddock), Barbara Rush (Jessie Braddock), Bill Hayes (Jack Forbes), Kenneth Tobey, Harold J. Stone (Tom Braddock), Fredd Wayne (Mark Walters), Robert Patten (Fred Irons), William Bryant (Phil Torre), Bill Shannon (Benny Lucas).
The embittered son of a wealthy businessman accuses his stepmother, an old flame of Sam Cade's, of the murder of his father.

[NBC 10:00] The Bold Ones: The Lawyers [Reg]: By Reason Of Insanity
Season 3, episode 5
D: Alexander Singer

With Charles Aidman (Howard Miller), Tim Matheson (Miles Parker), Nina Shipman (Louise Miller), Walter Brooke (Dr. Howe), John Milford (Lt. Hewitt), Ann Summers (Judge Mattson), Dick Whittington (Cates), Charles Davis (Dr. Berman), Todd Martin (D.A. Skinner), Barry Cahill (Schenker).
Vengeful Miles Baker is determined to destroy the man who had kidnapped him as a child.

(Repeat program, originally aired 11/28/1971)

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