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Season 7

147 :07x01 - The Fourth Sex, Part 1

Sep/08/1975
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Guest Stars: Salome Jens as Heather Caddison | Salome Jens as Heather Caddison | Dennis Cole as Skip | Gary Frank as Steve | Brit Lind as Unknown | Alan Oppenheimer as Dr. Danfield | Robert Reed as Dr. Pat Caddison | Dennis Cole as Skip | Gary Frank as Steve | Brit Lind as Unknown | Alan Oppenheimer as Dr. Danfield | Robert Reed as Dr. Pat Caddison | Louise Sorel as Jessica | Michael Stearns as Talking Orderly
Director: Vincent Sherman
Writer: Rita Lakin

148 :07x02 - The Fourth Sex, Part 2

Sep/15/1975
Conclusion of the two-parter, with Gannon having to make a decision that will bring about a colleague's desires to have a transsexual operation.
Guest Stars: Salome Jens as Heather Caddison | Salome Jens as Heather Caddison | Dennis Cole as Skip | Gary Frank as Steve | Robert Reed as Dr. Pat Caddison | Louise Sorel as Jessica | Gary Frank as Steve | Brit Lind as Unknown | Nancy Morgan as Unknown | Alan Oppenheimer as Dr. Danfield | Robert Reed as Dr. Pat Caddison | Louise Sorel as Jessica
Writer: Rita Lakin

150 :07x04 - No Hiding Place

Sep/29/1975
Dr. Joe Gannon is faced with the dilemma of blindly trusting Dr. Courtney, a colleague, or taking the word of Danny Taggert, a dying man, that a staff doctor was involved to a shameful incident. The delirious war veteran Taggert claims that Courtney, who served in his oufit, slaughtered women and children in a vietnamese village.

On the critical list after a severe beating in a barroom brawl, a Vietnam veteran accuses Dr. Courtney of having been involved in a My Lai-type incident.
Guest Stars: Peter Haskell as Dr. Jim Courtney | John Karlen as Danny Taggert | Robbie Rist as Andy | Jesse Welles as Ellen Taggert | Audrey Totter as Nurse Wilcox | Pat Li as Nurse Matsumoto | Peter Haskell as Dr. Jim Courtney | John Karlen as Danny Taggert | Robbie Rist as Andy | Susan Sullivan as Joanna Courtney | Jesse Welles as Ellen Taggert | Audrey Totter as Nurse Wilcox | Pat Li as Nurse Matsumoto
Director: Joseph Pevney

151 :07x05 - The Velvet Knife

Oct/06/1975
A mild flirtation assumes nightmarish proportions for Dr. Gannon. Injured in an accident for which Gannon holds himself responsible, a girl uses her injury as a means of holding on to the man she is trying to ensnare. Gannon has to find a way to shock the girl into recovery an precipitate his release from her grasp.
Guest Stars: Steve Allen as Dr. Townsend | Meredith Baxter as Priscilla | Martin Braddock as Unknown | Michael Callan as Unknown | Harv Selsby as Unknown | Pearl Shear as Mrs. Toretsky | Meredith Baxter as Priscilla | Martin Braddock as Unknown | Michael Callan as Unknown | Harv Selsby as Unknown | Pearl Shear as Mrs. Toretsky
Writer: Don Appel

153 :07x07 - Street Girl

Oct/20/1975
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Guest Stars: Dick Van Patten as Man at Hotel | Linda Purl as Leslie | Jacque Lynn Colton as Mavis | Dana Wynter as Emily | Gail Fisher as Bonnie Horne | Dick Van Patten as Man at Hotel | Jacque Lynn Colton as Mavis | Dana Wynter as Emily

154 :07x08 - Too Late for Tomorrow

Nov/03/1975
Learning that he is suffering from a terminal disease, a brilliant surgeon abandons medicine to live out his unfulfilled dreams.
Guest Stars: Ivan Bonar as Unknown | Allyn Ann McLerie as Jan | Joan Van Ark as Eileen | Keenan Wynn as Hank | Allyn Ann McLerie as Jan | Patrick O'Neal as Dr. Tarkington | Joan Van Ark as Eileen
Writer: Robert Lewin

155 :07x09 - The Last Performance

Nov/10/1975
An old romance is rekindled for Dr. Lochner when a celebrated opera star checks in at the hospital.
Guest Stars: Audrey Christie as Lydia | Roberta Peters as Unknown | George Chakiris as Alex Solkin | David Man as Unknown | Roberta Peters as Unknown
Director: Murray Golden
Writer: Don Appell

156 :07x10 - Two Against Death

Nov/17/1975
A young girl's life hangs in the balance when a doctor must make a decision between her well-being and that of his son.
Guest Stars: Jack Hogan as Dr. Gordon Blake | Melanie Mayron as Jan Simmons | Doris Roberts as Gladys Callahan | Jack Hogan as Dr. Gordon Blake | George Janek as Yeddy | Melanie Mayron as Jan Simmons | Doris Roberts as Gladys Callahan
Director: Robert Douglas
Writer: Hindi Brooks

157 :07x11 - One Last Rebellion

Nov/24/1975
A young woman confined to a nursing home encourages her elderly fellow inmates to rebel against the home's poor conditions.
Guest Stars: Lonny Chapman as Carter | Regis Cordic as Unknown | Andrea King as Unknown | Ruth McDevitt as Alice | Belinda Montgomery as Currie | Davis Roberts as Chuck | Lurene Tuttle as Kate | Lonny Chapman as Carter | Regis Cordic as Unknown | Andrea King as Unknown | Ruth McDevitt as Alice | Belinda Montgomery as Currie | Davis Roberts as Chuck | Arthur Space as Tom | Lurene Tuttle as Kate
Director: Robert Douglas

158 :07x12 - The Eighth Deadly Sin

Dec/01/1975
Ralph Bellamy guest stars in one of those emotional, penetrating stories about a once-great surgeon who refuses to accept the fact that old age has seriously diluted his effectiveness at the operating table. Dr. Gannon faces the disturbing realization that he must virtually send the doctor into retirement involuntarily in order to keep him from performing critical surgery on his own granddaughter.
Guest Stars: Jane Wyatt as Louise | Darleen Carr as Jenny | Tom Pace as Unknown | Jane Wyatt as Louise | Darleen Carr as Jenny | Tom Pace as Unknown | Robert Walden as Dr. Corelli
Director: Earl Bellamy
Writer: John D. Hess

160 :07x14 - The High Cost of Winning

Dec/15/1975
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Guest Stars: Erik Estrada as Mike | Ed Fury as Unknown | Lynne Marta as Doris | Jonathan Mumm as Reporter #2 | Tom Pace as Unknown | Erik Estrada as Mike | Ed Fury as Unknown | Lynne Marta as Doris | Jonathan Mumm as Reporter #2 | Tom Pace as Unknown | Cesar Romero as Packy
Director: Earl Bellamy

161 :07x15 - The Silent Witness

Dec/29/1975
A lonely nurse stubbornly refuses to press charges against a man who brutally beat her.
Guest Stars: Joby Baker as Tony Tabor | Ivan Bonar as Unknown | Dana Brady as Unknown | Charles Cioffi as Lew | Kate Reid as Mary | John Anthony Sarno as Unknown | David Sheiner as Prideman | Joby Baker as Tony Tabor | Ivan Bonar as Unknown | Dana Brady as Unknown | Charles Cioffi as Lew | Kate Reid as Mary | John Anthony Sarno as Unknown | David Sheiner as Prideman

163 :07x17 - You Can't Annul My Baby

Jan/19/1976
Gannon (Chad Everett) treats a childlike teenager who's the mother of a baby with a congenital heart defect.
Guest Stars: Kathleen Beller as Sharon | Mark Hamill as Danny | Tom Pace as Unknown | Ellen Travolta as Unknown | Kathleen Beller as Sharon | John Colicos as Tom Evans | Mark Hamill as Danny | Ellen Travolta as Unknown
Director: Earl Bellamy

164 :07x18 - Child of Conflict

Feb/02/1976
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Guest Stars: Dana Brady as Unknown | Fionnula Flanagan as Karen | Don Galloway as Martin | Wendy Tochi as Alice | Dana Brady as Unknown | Fionnula Flanagan as Karen | Don Galloway as Martin | France Nuyen as Li Kuan | Michael Stearns as Unknown | Wendy Tochi as Alice

165 :07x19 - The Stranger

Feb/09/1976
The hospitalized victim of a mysterious attacker suffers from a domineering mother and recurring headaches.

Terror stalks the campus after four girls are murdered and a fifth victim lies wounded in her hospital room under guard.
Guest Stars: Julie Adams as Ellie Wilke | Ivan Bonar as Unknown | Catherine Burns as Shirley | Kathryn Walker as Dr. Talley | Allen Williams as Haynes | Julie Adams as Ellie Wilke | Ivan Bonar as Unknown | Catherine Burns as Shirley | Kathryn Walker as Dr. Talley | Allen Williams as Haynes
Writer: Martin Roth

166 :07x20 - A Touch of Sight

Feb/16/1976
Gannon (Chad Everett) treats a young doctor blinded in a shooting accident.
Guest Stars: David Birney as Nick Matero | Barbara Brownell as Unknown | Lieux Dressler as Unknown | Christian Juttner as Unknown | Susan Strasberg as Marge | Vic Tayback as Mac Atwood | Barbara Brownell as Unknown | Lieux Dressler as Unknown | Christian Juttner as Unknown | Susan Strasberg as Marge | Vic Tayback as Mac Atwood

167 :07x21 - Life, Death and Mrs. Armbruster

Feb/23/1976
Mrs. Armbruster, the mother (Totie Fields) of a dismissed young resident refuses to have a lifesaving operation unless her son is reinstated. Guest star Totie Fields plays the mother of an overly confident resident doctor who has gone through medical school on his mother's hard work. She jeopardizes her own life when he gets in trouble at the hospital.
Guest Stars: Arthur Adams as Unknown | Stanley Adams as Arlo McNally | Totie Fields as Mrs. Armbruster | Ron Rifkin as Danny Armbruster | Jeanne Sorel as Unknown | Peter Tomarken as Unknown | Arthur Adams as Unknown | Stanley Adams as Arlo McNally | Totie Fields as Mrs. Armbruster | Ron Rifkin as Danny Armbruster | Jeanne Sorel as Unknown | Peter Tomarken as Unknown
Director: Chad Everett

168 :07x22 - Major Annie, M.D.

Mar/01/1976
An Army doctor, Major Annie Malone (Lois Nettleton), searches for answers when her assistant, Captain Hoby Gardena, suffers an inexplicable seizure and she suspects it is a carryover from some research he may have been involved in. Lois Nettleton portrays a surgeon in a stateside army hospital and friend of Dr. Joe Gannon who risks her military career to aid a stricken colleague.
Guest Stars: Scott Hylands as Captain Hoby Gardena | Lois Nettleton as Major Annie Malone | John Randolph as Lieutenant Colonel Mayhill | Della Reese as Captain Sykes | John Gavin as Lieutenant Colonel Halliday | Scott Hylands as Captain Hoby Gardena | Lois Nettleton as Major Annie Malone | John Randolph as Lieutenant Colonel Mayhill | Della Reese as Captain Sykes
Director: Vincent Sherman
Writer: Don Brinkley

169 :07x23 - The Happy State of Depression

Mar/08/1976
A misanthropic con artist and an awkward innocent share an offbeat relationship while being treated at the hospital.
Guest Stars: Natalie Core as Unknown | Don Rickles as Unknown | Gary Sandy as Feinberg | Cara Williams as Sheila Ruskin | Ruth Buzzi as Unknown | Natalie Core as Unknown | Alan McRae as Maldonado | Don Rickles as Unknown | Gary Sandy as Feinberg
Director: Al C. Ward