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Monday May 15, 1972
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Prime-time network TV listings for Monday May 15, 1972:

8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS Gunsmoke: Snow Train (1) (R) Here's Lucy: Won't You Calm Down, Dan Dailey? (R) The Doris Day Show: Doris And The Doctor (R) The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour: Show 11 (R)
ABC Undersea World Of Jacques Cousteau: The Forgotten Mermaids (R) Movie: Fantastic Voyage (1966)
NBC Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Episode #114 (R) Movie: 7 Faces Of Dr. Lao (1964)

Program details:

[CBS 8:00] Gunsmoke [Reg]: Snow Train (1)
Season 16, episode 6
W: Preston Wood   D: Gunnar Hellstrom

With Eddie Firestone (Hap), Clifton James (Sam Wickes), Gene Evans (Billy), John Milford (Clay Foreman), X Brands (Chief Red Willow), Roy Engel (Tibbett), Ken Lynch (Lucas), Richard Kelton (Bud), Dana Elcar (Pennigrath), Loretta Swit (Donna), Tim Considine (Scott Coleman), Pamela Dunlap (Ada Coleman), Eddie Applegate (Al), Doreen Lang (Mae), Anne Seymour (Sarah), Ronald A. One Feather (Indian Hunter # 1), LeMayne L. LaPointe (Indian Hunter # 2), LeMoyne W. Millard (Indian Hunter # 3).
Matt Dillon is faced with releasing two prisoners to the Sioux Indians -- and torture and death -- or endangering an entire train of passengers. Filmed in the famed Black Hills of South Dakota.

(Repeat program, originally aired 10/19/1970)

[ABC 8:00] Undersea World Of Jacques Cousteau: The Forgotten Mermaids
Phillippe Cousteau heads a small expedition along the east coast of Florida in search of manatees, once held sacred by primitive man. Included in this, the most extensive film study ever done of the enigmatic mammal, is a segment in which the Cousteaus aid a manatee trapped in a 33-inch sewer in Miami. Rod Serling narrates.

(Repeat program, originally aired 1/24/1972)

[NBC 8:00] Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In [Reg]: Episode #114
Season 5, episode 22
W: Allan Katz, Don Reo   D: Mark Warren

With Debbie Reynolds, Dick Cavett, Johnny Cash, Jack Carter, Charlie Callas, Burt Mustin, Queenie Smith.
Debbie, a former "Miss Burbank", turns up as a gum-chewing waitress and a punch-throwing housewife, and sings and dances in the production number "You're Doing the Charleston". The show also takes a Mod World look at the literary scene and sends a Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award winging off to Congress.

(Repeat program, originally aired 3/6/1972)

[CBS 9:00] Here's Lucy [Reg]: Won't You Calm Down, Dan Dailey?
Season 4, episode 10
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Vanda Barra (Vanda), Sid Gould (Waiter), Dan Dailey (Himself).
Dan Dailey hires Lucy as his secretary and then resorts to lechery in hopes of scaring her into resigning.

(Repeat program, originally aired 11/15/1971)

[ABC 9:00] Movie: Fantastic Voyage (1966)
W: Harry Kleiner   D: Richard Fleischer

With Stephen Boyd, Raquel Welch, Edmond O'Brien, Donald Pleasence, Arthur O'Connell, William Redfield, Arthur Kennedy, Jean Del Val.
A medical team reduces itself to miniature size to travel on a life-saving journey through the body of a defecting Czech scientist.

[NBC 9:00] Movie: 7 Faces Of Dr. Lao (1964)
W: Charles Beaumont, Ben Hecht   D: George Pal

With Tony Randall, Arthur O'Connell, Barbara Eden, Lee Patrick, John Ericson, Noah Beery Jr.
The performers in a circus owned by an elderly Chinese produce an evil effect among the citizens of a western town.

[CBS 9:30] The Doris Day Show [Reg]: Doris And The Doctor
Season 4, episode 12
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Peter Lawford (Dr. Peter Lawrence), Paula Victor (Patient), Lew Palter (Luigi).
Doris is ordered to research a medical expose and a romantic doctor.

(Repeat program, originally aired 11/29/1971)

[CBS 10:00] The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour [Reg]: Show 11
Season 2, episode 5

With Lorne Greene, Chad Everett.
Comedy highlights include Greene attempting a Shakespearean rendition interrupted by Sonny; Everett and Greene as singing thugs during Sonny's stay in jail; Cher in the "vamp" segment as Scarlett O'Hara, Greta Garbo and Queen Alexandra. Cher solos "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good" and is joined by Sonny for "Put a Little Love in Your Heart", "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "Suspicious Mind".

(Repeat program, originally aired 1/24/1972)

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