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Sunday March 31, 1974
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Prime-time network TV listings for Sunday March 31, 1974:

7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS Apple's Way: The Witness Mannix: The Ragged Edge Barnaby Jones: Foul Play  
ABC Variety The Movies  
NBC Wonderful World Of Disney: The Magic Of Walt Disney World Columbo: Double Exposure (R)  

Program details:

[CBS 7:30] Apple's Way [Reg]: The Witness
Season 1, episode 7
W: S.A. Long   D: Herschel Daugherty

With Leon Ames (Henshaw), Beah Richards (Mrs. Thaxter), Marc Alaimo (Worthington), Robert Gooden (Doug Clark), Jan Arvan (Herb), Wayne Heffley (Tom), Richard Bull (Ryland), Florence Lake (Mrs. Perrin).
George spots an unusual flying object just after winning a big contract from a publicity-shy businessman, but despite the man's warning to keep a low profile, George feels it is his duty to report what he saw.

[ABC 7:30] Variety [special]
With Stacy Keach, Roberta Peters.
Hugh Downs hosts an hour-long program inspired by the popular trade journal, "Variety". The special includes the inside aspects of the entertainment industry, and chronicles the publication's 69 years where it has served as the "Bible of Show Business". Highlights include Keach reciting a soliloquy from "Hamlet".

[NBC 7:30] Wonderful World Of Disney: The Magic Of Walt Disney World
Season 20, episode 21

Steve Forrest narrates a special documentary on Florida's Disney World, giving viewers an inside look in what went into the creation of this $400 million, 27,400-acre park.

[CBS 8:30] Mannix [Reg]: The Ragged Edge
Season 7, episode 24
W: Dan Ullman   D: Don McDougall

With Paul Carr (Harrelson), Roger Perry (Fletcher), Don Gordon (Frank Marr), Linda Evans (Lorna).
Joe Mannix becomes an apparent narcotics addict and pretends to murder his pal, Lt. Malcolm, as he participates in a police trap to bag some big-time drug merchants.

[ABC 8:30] The Movies [special]
First of a two-part documentary which will trace the history of the American cinema based on scenes from 110 films and stars including W.C. Fields, Ramon Novarro, Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks and Rudolph Valentino of the silent era -- into the early talkies with Al Jolson, Burns and Allen, Eddie Cantor, Maurice Chevalier and the Marx Brothers. Segments are narrated by Jack Nicholson, Jack Lemmon, Rock Hudson, Jane Wyatt, Rosalind Russell and Fred Astaire.

[NBC 8:30] Columbo [Reg]: Double Exposure
Season 3, episode 4
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Richard Quine

With Robert Culp (Dr. Bart Keppler), Chuck McCann (Roger White), Louise Latham (Mrs. Norris), Robert Middleton (Victor Norris), Arlene Martel (Tanya Baker), Francis DeSales (Patterson), Dennis Robertson (Det. Marley), Ann Driscoll (Mrs. Halstead), E.A. Sirianni (Norbert), George Wyner (Film Editor), Richard Stahl (Ballistics Man).
A ruthless motivational research specialist uses blackmail to further his career -- and kills one of his blackmail victims when he threatens to go to the police.

(Repeat program, originally aired 12/16/1973)

[CBS 9:30] Barnaby Jones [Reg]: Foul Play
Season 2, episode 24
W: Calvin Clements   D: Walter Grauman

With Andrew Duggan (Bill Sanderson), Reni Santoni (Tony Santos), Victor Holchak (Frank Hampton), George DiCenzo (Cy Lando), Patricia Hindy (Mrs. Bailey), Frank Whiteman (Alan Bailey).
Hired to find a small-time gambler, Barnaby enmeshes himself in the world of professional basketball when he learns that the man he's seeking is related to a young player with a bright future and a clouded past.

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