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Sunday May 14, 1978
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Prime-time network TV listings for Sunday May 14, 1978:

7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS 60 Minutes All In The Family: Love Comes To The Butcher (R) Alice: 86 The Waitresses (R) Movie: Brannigan (1975)
ABC Hardy Boys-Nancy Drew Mysteries: Sole Survivor (R) How The West Was Won: Episode 13 Movie: Leave Yesterday Behind (1978)
NBC Wonderful World Of Disney: Child Of Glass Wheels: Part IV

Program details:

[CBS 7:00] 60 Minutes

[ABC 7:00] Hardy Boys-Nancy Drew Mysteries [Reg]: Sole Survivor
Season 2, episode 16
W: Christopher Crowe   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Diana Muldaur (Leta Manheim), James Hong (Dr. Low), Robert Horton (Alan Kline), Barry Primus (Peter Abrams).
Joe Hardy regains consciousness in a Hong Kong hospital and is led to believe he was comatose for a year, and that his father and brother are dead.

(Repeat program, originally aired 1/29/1978)

[NBC 7:00] Wonderful World Of Disney: Child Of Glass
Season 24, episode 16
W: Jim Lawrence   D: John Erman

With Irene Tedrow (Miss Merriweather), Jack Rader (Sheriff Muncey), Denise Nickerson (Connie Sue Arnsworth), Olivia Barash (Inez Dumaine), Steve Shaw (Alexander Arnsworth), Katy Kurtzman (Blossom Culp), Nina Foch (Aunt Lavinia), Anthony Zerbe (Amory Timmons), Biff McGuire (Joe Arnsworth), Barbara Barrie (Emily Arnsworth).
In order to free himself of an ancient spirit, a 13-year-old boy sets out to solve a puzzling mystery.

[CBS 8:00] All In The Family [Reg]: Love Comes To The Butcher
Season 8, episode 16
W: Phil Sharp   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Theodore Bikel (Albrecht Klemmer).
Unsuspecting Edith is stunned when she discovers the real reason behind the bargains she's been getting at the butcher shop.

(Repeat program, originally aired 2/5/1978)

[ABC 8:00] How The West Was Won [Reg]: Episode 13
Season 2, episode 13

With Harris Yulin (Deek Peasley), Warren Kemmerling (Judge Del Rensen), Ed Lauter (Martin Stillman), Pat Petersen (Jeffrey), Slim Pickens (Tap Henry), James Almanzar (Hazett), Joshua Gallegos (Stone Hand), Ivan Naranjo (One Wolf), Warren Vanders (Brant), Kay Lenz (Doreen), Eric Braeden (Britten), Stephen Elliott (Zachary Knight), Michael Conrad (Marshal Russell), Jared Martin (Frank Grayson).
Josh is framed by the girl he loves, while chaos overtakes Luke's extradition hearing and Zeb's cattle face a water shortage.

[CBS 8:30] Alice [Reg]: 86 The Waitresses
Season 2, episode 3
W: Sybil Adelman   D: Marc Daniels

With Bill Fiore (Kenny), Dave Shelley (Fred), J.S. Young (Customer).
When Mel hires a waiter at a higher salary than the girls, Alice, Flo and Vera quit their jobs to emphasize a stand for equal employment.

(Repeat program, originally aired 10/23/1977)

[CBS 9:00] Movie: Brannigan (1975)
W: Christopher Trumbo, Michael Butler, William P. McGivern, William W. Norton   D: Douglas Hickox

With John Wayne, Richard Attenborough, Judy Geeson, Mel Ferrer, John Vernon, Ralph Meeker, Barry Dennen, Lesley-Anne Down, Arthur Batanides.
Chicago police lieutenant Jim Brannigan is sent to England to escort organized crime boss Ben Larkin back to America, but Larkin's hitmen prepare an ambush for Brannigan.

[ABC 9:00] Movie: Leave Yesterday Behind (1978)
W: Paul Harrison   D: Richard Michaels

With John Ritter, Carrie Fisher, Buddy Ebsen, Ed Nelson, Robert Urich, Barbara Stuart, Carmen Zapata.
A free-spirited college athlete is cut down in his prime, but, with the help of a young woman, learns to live again.

[NBC 9:00] Wheels: Part IV [special]
Erica begins shoplifting as her mental health deteriorates, while Adam rekindles his affair with Barbara.

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