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November 23, 1982
IMPERILED BY BURNING BARN AND RAMPAGING CATTLE,
ON "SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS," DEC. 8
Hannah's new friend and neighbor, a beautiful young divorcee from the city, is placed in peril by a cattle stampede and barn-burning soon after she moves in at the ranch she has inherited, on "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," Wednesday, Dec. 8 (8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. Bernie Kowalski directed from a script by Elizabeth Clark.
Soon after Sophie Barton, a single parent from San Francisco, moves into the run-down ranch down the road from the McFadden spread, she and Hannah hit it off. But sparks fly when Sophie tells Adam he can no longer graze McFadden cattle on her land, breaking an agreement going back more than 30 years between her grandfather and Adam's father.
In this episode, Terri Treas (Hannah) and guest star Laraine Stephens (Sophie) sing "Men, Men, Amen," and Roger Wilson (Daniel), Tim Topper (Evan), and Peter Horton (Crane) sing "Now That I Found You."
Novemeber 24, 1982
FALLS IN WITH FOOTLOOSE COWBOY,
ON "SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS," DEC. 15
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Cameron Mitchell Guest Stars as Drifter, Man Without a Past
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Brian, restless and anxious to split from the ranch, falls in with a brawling, footloose loner (guest star Cameron Mitchell), who seems to lead the kind of life Brian is looking for, on "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," Wednesday, Dec. 15 (8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. John Florea directed from a script by Marshall Herskovitz.
After meeting the warm, closeknit McFadden family, Ben Shepard (Mitchell), a guarded man who keeps his past and personal life a mystery, finds it hard to believe that Brian would want to give it all up for a life of wandering the West, always alone. Meanwhile, Evan loses concentration in football practice by ogling the cheerleaders and is ordered by the coach to spend a week in the girls' dance class -- some "punishment."
In the episode, Roger Wilson (Daniel) and Peter Horton (Crane), sing "Ramblin' Ranchin' Man," an original song composed for the series by Jimmy Webb.
December 3, 1982
AS THEY HELP A YOUNG WIDOW IN NEED,
ON "SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS," DEC. 22
Crane and the McFadden family come to the aid of a young itinerant widow (guest star Joanna Pettet) whose unforgiving in-laws are trying to take her three children away from her, on "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," Wednesday, Dec. 22 (8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. Bob Thompson directed from a script by series producer Richard Fielder.
Meg Palmer (Miss Pettet), recently widowed and working from job to job to support her kids, mistakes Crane and Daniel's intentions when they try to help her when her car breaks down, and lashes out at them. She soon accepts the McFadden family's generosity as genuine, but faces the struggle of her life as her deceased husband's parents sue in court for custody of her children.
In the episode, Meg and the McFadden family sing "Ave Maria."
(Leaf and Liberty Phoenix star as Travis and Christy Palmer, the two disputed children in this episode.)