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January 31, 1983
MAR ADAM'S HIGH-SCHOOL REUNION,
ON "SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS," MARCH 2
Six head of cattle stolen from the McFadden Ranch, followed by a murder, draw Adam away from his high-school reunion as he, Brian and Crane arm themselves to lead the search for the rustlers, on "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," Wednesday, March 2 (8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. James Sheldon directed from a teleplay by Joel Steiger from a story by Michael Brentwood.
Guest-starring are Brian Kerwin as Adam's old friend Mike and Brett Cullen as his friend "Hoops," now a pro basketball player. Gary Grubbs, Taylor Lacher and Morgan Paull also guest-star.
Adam, a star of the 1972 Murphys High School basketball team, expects to have a good time reliving that championship season at his class's tenth reunion. While he leads the search for the rustlers, though, Adam can't help but wonder at the coincidence that Mike has just returned to Murphys after an absence of years to start up a cattle ranch.
February 2, 1983
LOOKING FOR GOLD TO MAKE RING FOR HANNAH,
ON "SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS," MARCH 9
Daniel's plan to dig for gold in an abandoned mine leads to disaster when Evan, Ford, Guthrie and a neighbor girl are trapped by a cave-in and rescuers fear a total collapse at any minute, on "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," Wednesday, March 9 (8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. James Sheldon directed from a script by Joe Viola.
Daniel's idea is to find enough small gold nuggets for the brothers to have fashioned into a ring for their sister-in-law, Hannah. Disregarding the warning of the owner of the Howling Man Gold Mine to stay out, feeling that his experience as a spelunker, or cave explorer, is caution enough, Daniel takes his younger brothers. When the mine tunnel collapses, Daniel frees himself, but bears all the blame from the distraught mine owner, whose daughter is trapped with Evan, Ford and Guthrie.
February 15, 1983
ON CATTLE ROUNDUP THREATENED BY RABID COYOTES,
ON "SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS," MARCH 23
Unarmed, Hannah defends an unconscious Evan from rabid coyotes on a rampage, on "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," Wednesday, March 23 (8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. John Patterson directed from a script by Earl W. Wallace.
(NOTE TO EDITORS: This episode was previously scheduled for an earlier date.)
As the McFadden brothers prepare for a cattle roundup in the high country, where packs of rabid coyotes have been attacking the herd, Adam decides that Hannah's proper place is at the ranch. Later, when Hannah shows up anyway, Adam feels he has been shown up and his anger sparks a family feud.
In the episode, Daniel (Roger Wilson) sings "Don't Blame Me," composed by Lori Lieberman and the series' music coordinator, Gary Scott.