CTVA US Drama - "Gibbsville" (Columbia/NBC)(Fall 1976) starring Gig Young, John Savage

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The Classic TV Archive - US  Drama Series

Gibbsville (1976)
 Episode Guide compiled The Classic TV Archive
With Contributions by Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

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GIBBSVILLE
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Columbia Pictures television
for
NBC (Thursdays 8:00 PM Eastern)
Executive Producer David Gerber
Produced by John Furia Jr.
Created by Frank D. Gilroy
Based on the short stories by John O'Hara

US Drama series 1975 pilot tvm + 1976 13 episodes x 60 min color
(11Nov76-30Dec76) (7 episodes unaired on Network)

starring
Gig Young as Ray Whitehead
John Savage as Jim Malloy
with
Peggy McCay as Mrs. Malloy
Biff McGuire as Dr. Malloy
Bert Remsen as Pell

Premise:
Stories of a Pennsylvania mining town in the forties seen through
the eyes of two journalists. A cross between 'King's Row' and
'Peyton Place'.

Director of Photography, Michael D. Margulies  
'Gibbsville' theme music by Leonard Rosenman
Original music by Johnny Mandel

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THE TURNING OF JIM MALLOY (pilot) (90 min)
(aka John O'Hara's Gibbsville)
12Apr75
Produced by James H. Brown & Peter Katz
Directed by Frank D. Gilroy
Director of photography Gerald Perry Finnerman
cast:
John Savage ......... Jim Malloy
Biff McGuire ........ Doctor Mike Malloy
Peggy McCay ......... Mrs. Malloy
Gig Young ........... Ray Whitehead
Kathleen Quinlan .... Edith Evans
Janis Paige ......... Lonnie
Allan Miller ........ Dr. Enright
Frank Campanella .... Lintzie
Rosalind Miles ...... Bo-Peep
John McLiam ......... Mr. Kelly
Janis Hansen ........ Terry
Sarah Cunningham .... Mrs. Ingram
Noah Keen ........... Mr. Evans
Dolores Dorn ........ Mrs. Evans
John Hoyt ........... Harry Longden
Synopsis:
The son of a small-town doctor returns to his hometown after being
kicked out of Yale, and begins a new career on the town's newspaper. [RF]

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CBS Thursdays 8:00 PM Eastern

1.01 Gibbsville: HOW OLD, HOW YOUNG
11-Nov-1976 NBC Thurs
Written by Liam O'Brien
Guest cast:
Walter Pidgeon
Jane Wyatt
Frank Campanella ...... Lintzie
Kenneth Tobey
Arnold Soboloff
Roy Jenson
Jack Aranson
James E. Brodhead

1.02 Gibbsville: SATURDAY NIGHT
18-Nov-1976 NBC Thurs
Written by Jerry Ludwig
Guest cast:
William Windom ......... Charley Paxton
Alan Young ............. Kanzler
Debralee Scott ......... Ellen
Salome Jens ............ Phyllis
Richard Mulligan ....... Ben
Grant Goodeve .......... Danny
Lew Brown .............. Paul Schlitz
Stephanie Burchfield ... Connie
Chris Hubbell .......... Milo
Betty Lynn ?
Sheila Stevenson ?
Synopsis:
On an eventful Saturday night in Gibbsville, an armed robber terrorizes
local merchants; a middle-aged couple are purged of the guilt with
which they lived for six years; and, at the local dance, Jim enjoys the
company of a high-school acquaintance who has blossomed into a stunning
beauty. [RF]

1.03 Gibbsville: TRAPPED
09-Dec-1976 NBC Thurs
Written by Richard Fielder
Guest cast:
Bob Crane .............. Lawyer
Ed Nelson
Tovah Feldshuh
Ed Harris
Katherine Woodville
Addison Powell
Biff Elliott
Charles Cyphers

1.04 Gibbsville: ALL THE YOUNG GIRLS
16-Dec-1976 NBC Thurs
Written by Michael Mann
Guest cast:
Maureen McCormick
Barbara Parkins
Simon Oakland
Robert Forster
Rozelle Gayle
Tony Burton
Wyatt Johnson
Ben Andrews
Joella Deffenbaugh

1.05 Gibbsville: ANDREW (or ANDREA?)
23-Dec-1976 NBC Thurs
Guest cast:
Joan Collins
Dan O'Herlihy
Frank Campanella ...... Lintzie
Diana Scarwid
Jack Aranson
Russell Arms

1.06 Gibbsville: AFTERNOON WALTZ
30-Dec-1976 NBC Thurs
Written by Larry Brody
Guest cast:
Hope Lange
Kent Smith
Edward Albert
Sharon Farrell
Tom Simcox
Susanne Reed
Betsy Jones-Moreland
M. Emmet Walsh

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1.07 Gibbsville: CHAUTAUQUA, CHAUTAUQUA, CHAUTAUQUA
Unaired
Written by Anthony Lawrence
Guest cast:
Dick Van Patten ....... Patrick Malloy
Belinda J. Montgomery

1.08 Gibbsville: IN THE SILENCE
Unaired
Guest cast:
George Maharis
Guy Stockwell
Susan Dey
David White
Michael Anderson Jr.
Erin Gray
*
Richard Kiley ?
Joanna Cameron ?
Kenneth Tobey ?
Juliet Mills ?

1.09 Gibbsville: MANHOOD
Unaired
Guest cast:
Barbara Anderson
Christopher Connelly

1.10 Gibbsville: A CASE HISTORY
Unaired
Guest cast:
George Hamilton
Verna Bloom
Laraine Stephens

1.11 Gibbsville: THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING
Unaired
Guest cast:
George Maharis
Guy Stockwell
Lloyd Nolan

1.12 Gibbsville: ALL I'VE TRIED TO BE
Unaired
Guest cast:
Jack Carter
Craig Stevens
Linda Kelsey

1.13 Gibbsville: THE GRAND GESTURE
Unaired
Guest cast:
Jessica Walter
David Hedison
Lynn Carlin
Kenneth Tobey

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