CTVA US Crime - "Nashville 99" (TCF/CBS)(1977)

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Nashville 99 (1977)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox [Uploaded June 2019]
references:
TV Guide /  Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


 Frankel Productions / 20th Century Fox Television
for
CBS
Creator/Executive Producer Ernie Frankel

US Police Drama Miniseries 1977 4 episodes x 60 min

starring
Claude Akins as Detective Lieutenant Stonewall Jackson 'Stoney' Huff
Jerry Reed (Country Singer) as Detective Trace Mayne
Lucille Benson as Birdie Huff
Jeannine C. Riley as Del

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CBS Fridays

[01] Nashville 99: SING ME A SONG TO DIE BY
01Apr1977 CBS Fri
Written by Jimmy Sangster
Directed by Don McDougall
Director of photography Robert Hauser
Guest stars
Belinda Montgomery ....... Summer
Don Johnson ....... Mike Watling
Mel Tillis ....... Himself
Charley Pride ....... R.B.
Ned Beatty ......... Randy Blair
Jackie Wright ....... Sheila James
Dianne Sherrill ....... Rollie
Bradley Wigor .......... Young Boy
L. Warren Young ......... Bar Patron
Synopsis:
The Tennessee country-music capital is the location for this four-week series
starring
Claude Akins as Det. Lt. Stoney Huff
and country singer Jerry Reed as Det. Trace Mayne.
Stoney's first case centers on the kidnapping of a gospel-country singer.

[02] Nashville 99: JOLDY
08Apr1977 CBS Fri
Written by Ron Bishop
Directed by Lawrence Dobkin
guest stars
Pat Hingle ....... Turley Bonner
Tammy Wynette ...... Herself
John Dennis Johnston ...... Daniel Bonner
Ben Jones ........ Calvin Bonner
Blake Emmons ...... Sheriff Beam
Joe Dorsey ........ Judge
Dianne Sherrill ...... Rollie
Synopsis:
Two backwoodsmen, believing their deranged father justifiably murdered the drunken driver who killed his grandson,
take it upon themselves to free the old man from custody.

[03] Nashville 99: THE FALLEN IDOL
15Apr1977 CBS Fri
Written by Jimmy Sangster
Directed by George Sherman
Guest stars
Chet Atkins ...... Himself
Charley Pride ....... R.B.
Lonny Chapman ..... Dave Hargrove
Johnny Paycheck ...... Willie Gaynes
Tony Wells ..... Chuck
Dawn Gable .... Melanie
Treg Warner ....... Warner
Dianne Sherrill ..... Rollie
Jonathan Mumm ..... Newell
Richard Cowl ........ Crooked politician
Synopsis:
Stoney begins to suspect that his former partner, a model cop respected by every man on the force,
has turned trigger-happy.

[04] Nashville 99: JOLENE [Final Episode]
22Apr1977 CBS Fri
Produced by Richard Newton
Written and created by Ernie Frankel
Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen
Director of photography Sam Leavitt
Guest stars
Ray Stevens ......... Himself
Dianne Sherrill ...... Rollie
Lillian Randolph .... Aunt Jessie
Fred Covington .... Ferris Hyder
Jacky Ward ....... Chigger
W.O. Smith III .......... Cate Daggett
Sharon Wyatt ........... Jolene Mason
Jim Owen ............. Zelmo
Dean Rutherford .......... Leamon
Charles Elledge ....... Wilkie
David Johnston ....... Luther
Patrick McNamara ........ Arvin
Eugene Wolfe ....... Noble
Alan Robards ...... Scoutmaster
Kurt Denny .......... Boy
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End credits
Film Editor Art Seid A.C.E.
Post production supervisor Joseph Silver
Story consultant David P. Harmon
Art Director Jack Senter
Executive production manager Mark Evans
Unit Production manager Joseph M. Ellis
Assistant Director Mel Efros
Music Earl Hagen
Music supervision Lionel Newman
"Nashville 99" theme lyrics by Jerry Reed and music by Earle Hagen

Synopsis:
A young girl who knows the movement of the mob is pursued both by Lieutenant Stonewall Huff
and the leader of the Nashville mob.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Df0NEfUtuHA

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