CTVA US Anthology - "Masterpiece Theatre" (PBS) Season 7 (1976-77)

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 Season 7 (PBS)(1976-77)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


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  7.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: MADAME BOVARY (BBC production 1975) (4 parts)
(10-Oct-1976 to 31-Oct-1976) PBS Sundays (4 parts)
written by Gustave Falubert
starring: Francesca Annis, Tom Conti

7.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY (BBC production 1975-76)
(07-Nov-1976 to 12-Dec-1976) PBS Sundays (6 parts)
written by Richard Llewellyn
starring: Stanley Baker, Sian Phillips, Nerys Hughes

7.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: LORD PETER WIMSEY #5: FIVE RED HERRINGS BBC production 1975)
(19-Dec-1976 to 09-Jan-1977) PBS Sundays (4 parts)
written by Dorothy L. Sayers
starring: Ian Carmichael (as Lord Peter Wimsey), Glyn Houston, John Junkin, Ian Ireland

7.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS (LWT Production)
(16-Jan-1977 to 01-May-1977) PBS Sundays (16 eps- final series 5)

[--] 10-Apr-1977: Easter Sunday

7.x [--] Masterpiece Theatre: POLDARK (BBC production series 1 1975)
(08-May-1977 to 21-Aug-1977) PBS Sundays (16 eps - series 1)
adapted from Winston Graham's novels
starring: Robin Ellis, Clive Francis, Norma Streader, Angharad Rees

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