Marcus Welby, M.D.
Sharo Gless was Nurse Kathleen Faverty in the 1974-1976 section of the show's run. The show's main star was Robert Young.
5.09  THE TALL TREE
6Nov73; guest stars Tony Musante, Susan Howard (Petrocelli, Dallas), Pamelyn Ferdin, Sharon Gless (Cagney & Lacey, The Trials of Rosie O'Neill). A psychiatric therapist learns he has a serious illness which will complicate his work.
Season 6 1974-75
Joining the regular cast is Sharon Gless as Nurse Kathleen Faverty.
6.01  THE BRITTLE WARRIOR
10Sep74; guest stars Forrest Tucker, Peggy McCay, Patty McCormack, Alan Fudge. Drs. Welby and Kiley take on their new posts at the Family Practice Center.
6.02  THE FAITH OF CHILDISH THINGS
17Sep74; guest stars Kristoffer Tabori, Barbara Hale (Perry Mason), Sian Barbara Allen, Jacques Aubuchon. A diabetic expectant mother flies cross-country and falls into a coma.
6.03  LAST FLIGHT TO BABYLON
24Sep74; guest stars Cliff DeYoung, Greg Mullavey, Christine Belford, June Lockhart (Lost in Space), Jim Backus,
Jeff Donnell. A pilot becomes desperate and suicidal after surgery.
6.04  TO FATHER A CHILD
1Oct74; guest stars Diane Baker, Ron Ely (Tarzan), Paul Lambert, S. John Launer. Dr. Welby counsels a couple on the problems of impotency.
6.05  THE OUTRAGE
8Oct74; guest stars Sean Kelly, Gretchen Corbett (The Rockford Files), Patrick Wayne, Edward Power, Edward Winter.
A controversial episode about a boy's homosexual assault. A boy is the victim of a molester and refuses to reveal
the name of the attacker.
6.06  THE FATAL CHALLENGE
15Oct74; guest stars Jess Walton, Joe Kapp, Ketty Lester (1962 hit song 'Love Letters'), Anna Navarro. A patient almost dies because a doctor neglects his obligations.
6.07  A FEVERED ANGEL
22Oct74; guest stars Robert Drivas, Donna Mills, Eric Braeden, Quinn Redeker. Because of her fanatical beliefs, a mother refuses treatment for her young son.
6.08  FEEDBACK
29Oct74; guest stars Herbert Jefferson, Jr., Leslie Uggams, Peter Brandon, Norman Alden, Henry Beckman. A promising boxer discovers he has epilepsy.
6.09  NO GODS IN SIGHT
12Nov74; guest star Carl Betz. A brilliant researcher cannot adjust to doctor-patient relationships.
6.10  HELL IS UPSTAIRS
19Nov74; guest star Shirley Knight. Welby has to win the trust of a child who must undergo surgery while staying conscious.
6.11  THE LAST RIP-OFF
26Nov74; guest stars Richard Basehart, Anne Schedeen (Sandy Porter), Jerry Fogel, Kasey Rogers (Peyton Place, Bewitched), Irene Tedrow, Virginia Gregg. Dr. Welby exposes an unscrupulous funeral director who preys on the relatives of the deceased.
6.12  CHILD OF SILENCE
3Dec74; guest stars Lois Nettleton, Dawn Lyn. A mother refuses surgery to cure her child's deafness and the child almost loses her life.
6.13  THE 266 DAYS
10Dec74; guest stars Gena Rowlands, Jed Allen, Stewart Moss, Aldine King. Nurse Lopez is called upon to deliver a baby under unexpected conditions.
6.14  THE RESIDENT
17Dec84; guest stars Cliff Potts, Helen Verbit, Wallace Rooney, Mel Stewart. An unfeeling doctor learns a valuable lesson when he is hospitalized following an accident.
6.15  DARK FURY pt. 1
7Jan75; guest stars Lindsay Wagner, Dack Rambo, Diana Hyland. Dr. Kiley becomes emotionally involved with a patient who is later attacked by her ex-boyfriend.
6.16  DARK FURY pt. 2
14Jan75; guest stars Lindsay Wagner, Dack Rambo, Diana Hyland. Dr. Kiley is named in a malpractice suit when he treats the man who attacked one of his former patients.
6.17  PUBLIC STREETS
21Jan75; guest stars Mark Miller, Logan Ramsey, Juliet Mills, Kathryn Reynolds. A man's extramarital affair costs him a job and his wife a heart attack.
6.18  THE TIME BOMB
28Jan75; guest stars Lucie Arnaz, Joan Hotchkis, Gavan O'Herlihy, Victor Millan. A tennis player who develops cancer blames her condition on treatments she received from Dr. Welby as a child.
6.19  FOUR-PLUS HOT
4Feb75; guest stars Ben Murphy, Scott Newman. The reunion of two former high-school football teammates is marred by death. The bitter controversy over American involvement in Vietnam is illustrated here between two old friends. One is a consciencious objector (Ben Murphy) who has contracted a terminal illness. The other is a Vietnam war veteran (Scott Newman).
6.20  JAKE'S OKAY
11Feb75; guest stars Belinda J. Montgomery, Scott Jacoby. A teen-age boy with undetected minimal brain damage does
poorly in school and in his relationships with others.
6.21  SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME
18Feb75; guest stars Pamela Hensley (Buck Rogers, Matt Houston), Elaine Giftos. Two women who suspect they have breast cancer react in contrasting ways.
6.22  UNINDICTED WIFE
25Feb75; guest stars Patty Duke Astin, John Astin. A financial scandal involving her husband threatens a wife's
6.23  DARK CORRIDORS
4Mar75; guest stars Joanne Dru, Robin Mattson, Rosemary DeCamp, Douglas V. Foley. Shaken by the death of a friend, Dr. Welby becomes emotionally involved with an ailing teen-age.
6.24  LOSER IN A DEAD HEAT
11Mar75; guest stars Larry Hagman. Quarreling parents must face up to their daughter's serious illness.
Season7 1975-76 (final season)
7.01  TOMORROW MAY NEVER COME
9Sep75; guest stars Nehemiah Persoff, Jon Cypher, William Wellman Jr., Victor Jory, James Ingersoll, Connie Isay
and introducing a new regular cast member Pamela Hensley (Janet Blake). Dr. Kiley develops a romantic interest in Janet Blake, the hospital's new public relations director. But tragedy strikes when Janet is thrown from her horse and paralyzed.
7.02  THE FRUITFULNESS OF MRS. STEFFIE RHODES
16Sept75; guest stars Julie Cobb, Michael Richardson, Dick Wesson, Warren Stevens, Kristin Larkin, Robert Foxworth (Falcon Crest). Janet Blake must cope with quintuplets about to be born in the hospital.
7.03  THE LIE
23Sep75; guest stars Jon Cypher, Lew Brown, Scott Garrett, Brett Hadley, Richard M. Murray, Sandra Gould. Janet Blake's long-time boyfriend lies to Dr. Welby about a recent stroke.
7.04  THE COVENANT
30Sep75; guest stars Frank Aletter, Peter Brown (Lawman), Robert Lipton, Susan Stafford, Ronne Troup, Robert Doyle,
Ed Faulkner, Jon Cypher. Dr. Welby is named in a malpractice suit and Janet feels she is responsible.
7.05  THE DOUBLE-EDGED RAZOR
7 Oct74; A brother fears he will have to quit law school to pay for his sister's operation.
7.06  TO LIVE ANOTHER DAY
14Oct75; guest stars Kathy Cronkite, Beverly Garland (Decoy, Scarecrow and Mrs. King), Scott Jacoby. A boy's parents suffer as he undergoes another setback in his lifelong illness.
7.07  AN END AND A BEGINNING
21Oct75; guest stars Julie Adams, Jason Evers. The marriage of Dr. Kiley (James Brolin) and Janet Blake (Pamela Hensley). Steve and Janet upset her mother's wedding plans by deciding to marry sooner.
7.08  THE TIDAL WAVE
28Oct75; guest stars Aldo Ray, Jodean Russo, Tony Geary, Rod Golbin, Bernard Behrens, Robert B. Hays, Connie Izay,
Elvin Havard. Drs. Welby and Kiley disagree about the merits of a controversial type of brain surgery.
7.09  THE STRANGE BEHAVIOUR OF PAUL KELLAND
4Nov75; guest stars Denise Nicholas (In the heat of the night), Lloyd Haynes, Curt Lowens, Richard Derr, Erin Fleming, Archie Johnson, Robert Redding. A husband neglects to have his wife hospitalized.
7.10  CALCULATED RISK
11Nov75; guest stars Terry Kiser, Tom Troupe, John Smith, Regis Cordic, Robert Skip Burt, Peter Morrow with regulars
Anne Schedeen (Sandy Porter), Gavin Brendan (Phil Porter). Upon returning from South America, Dr. Welby's son-in-law
shows signs of heart disease.
7.11  KILLER OF DREAMS
18Nov75; guest stars Don Galloway (Ironside), Jill Jaress, Damian London with regulars Anne Schedeen (Sandy Porter), Gavin Brendan (Phil Porter). A recurring illness changes the wedding plans of a young couple.
7.12  THE MEDEA FACTOR
2Dec75; guest stars Blair Brown, Howard Duff, Dimitri Arliss, Robert Foxworth (Falcon Crest), Julie Rogers,
Madelyn Cain, Sarah Lord. A troubled boy refuses to speak after he is placed with foster parents.
7.13  THE ONE FACE IN THE WORLD
9Dec75; guest stars Diane Baker, Han Larsen, Dran Hamilton, Kristin Larkin, Robert B. Hayes, Gary Crosby,
Cassie Yates. A woman doctor insists on becoming involved in her father's treatment for leukemia.
7.14  GO AHEAD AND CRY
16Dec75; guest stars Don DeFore, Liz Stearns, Marianne Kasica, Mike Road with regulars Anne Schedeen (Sandy Porter), Gavin Brendan (Phil Porter). Consuelo undergoes major surgery and considers a marriage proposal.
7.15  STRIKE II
6Jan76; guest stars Shelley Fabares, Kent McCord, Brian Toche, Jean Allison, Charles Seel, David Young. After a reformed alcoholic secures a job as an athletic instructor, Dr. Welby finds out he is a hepatitis carrier.
7.16  HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT HURTS ME?
13Jan76; guest stars Simon Oakland, Sheree North, Jackie Russell, Wallace Rooney, Chanin Hale, James O'Connell,
Harold Bostwick. A showgirl collapses from infection but doesn't reveal she has had silicone injections.
7.17  PRISONER OF THE ISLAND CELL : pt. I
20Jan76; produced by David O'Connell, directed by Marc Daniels, teleplay by Norman Hudis, music supervision: Hal Mooney. Guest stars Cliff Potts, Brett Hadley, Smith Evans, Dick Sargent, Marlyn Mason, Chris Nelson, Marla Adams,
Katherine Crawford. Despite the evidence, Dr. Welby believes that a young doctor is innocent of a rape charge.
7.18  PRISONER OF THE ISLAND CELL : pt. II
27Jan76; produced by David O'Connell, directed by Marc Daniels, teleplay by Norman Hudis, music supervision: Hal Mooney. Guest stars as above. Accused of rape, a young colleague of Dr. Welby is asked to stop practicing.
7.19  THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN : pt. I & II (2 hours)
17Feb76; produced by David O'Connell, directed by Russ Mayberry, teleplay by Eugene Price, music supervision Hal Mooney. Guest stars Tom Drake, Marie Windsor, Cliff Potts, Maureen Reagan, Lee Bryant, Anita Corsault with regulars
Anne Schedeen (Sandy Porter), Gavin Bendan (Phil Porter). Dr. Kiley suffers a stroke, leaving him speechless and
paralyzed. Dr. Welby is forced to change his mind about how to treat Dr. Kiley's stroke.
7.20  TO TRUMP AN ACE
24Feb76; guest stars Scott Thomas, Beverly Kushida, Marcia Ralston, Heidi Bruhl, Fionnuala Flanagan, Tony Becker,
John Kepler. A fast-liver postpones tests to determine if he has asthma because he fears losing his pilot's license.
7.21  ALL PASSIONS SPENT
2Mar76; guest stars Udana Power, Dick Gautier, Tina Louise (Gilligan's Island), Stephen Coit, K. T. Stevens,
Michael Swan. Kiley is accused of making advances to the wife of his college room mate a heart-attack victim.
7.22  VANITY CASE part 1: ASPECTS OF LOVE
27Apr76; produced by David J. O'Connell, directed by Joseph Pevney, teleplay by Norman Hudis, music supervision: Hal Mooney. Guest stars Cliff Potts, Jamie Smith Jackson, Sam Bottoms, Robert Mandan, Jo Anne Strauss, John Rayner,
Mimi Doyle with regulars Anne Schedeen, Gavin Bendan. Dr.Welby disapproves of Paul's wish to marry Sandy; an unwed mother miscarries.
7.23  VANITY CASE part 2 (final episode)
4May76; produced by David O'Connell, directed by Leo Penn, teleplay by Norman Hudis, music supervision: Hal Mooney.
guest stars as above. Just as Welby is accepting Paul's engagement to Sandy, the former Mrs. Moran returns and begins suffering a loss of vision.
Marcus Welby, M. D. reunion TV movies'
8.01  THE RETURN OF MARCUS WELBY, M. D.
16May84; Marstar production in association with Universal, an M C A company, p produced by Dennis E. Doty,
co-producers Michael Braverman, Howard P. Alston, written by Michael Braverman and John McGreevey, directed by Alexander Singer. Guest stars Darren McGavin, Jessica Walter, Cristina Raines, Morgan Stevens, Dennis Haysbert.
Dr. Welby and Consuelo try to fight Dr. Welby's being put out to pasture.
8.02  MARCUS WELBY, M.D.: A HOLIDAY AFFAIR
19Dec88; executive producer Martin Starger, produced by Howard P. Alston and Peter-Christian Frueter, directed by Steve Gethers. Guest stars Alexis Smith (Tessa Menard), Craig Stevens, Robert Hardy, Betsy Blair, Delphine Forest.
Dr. Welby finds love on a trip to France and Switzerland.
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