29 January 1967
A television movie set in the Vietnamese jungle in 1963, black master sergeant Olly Winter is a career soldier sent to Vietnam as an advisor to fight one last war against the communists. Flashbacks reveal Winter's harsh childhood including the suicide of his mother. This helps him sympathize with the poor villagers he is trying to protect. Accompanied by a Vietnamese young girl, a dog, and an orphaned baby found near the bodies of its slain parents, Sergeant Winter is pursued and finally killed by the Viet Cong. One of the first TV programs to focus on the Vietnam War and the social injustice at home.
17 October 1967
6 December 1967
13 February 1968
Season 1, Episode 5: Secrets5 May 1968
15 October 1968
Comfortable New York suburbanites Arthur and Gerrie Mason discover one night that their seemingly perfect 16-year old daughter, Maxie has been tripping on LSD. Arthur, a smug, bullying braggart, immediately suspects his 17-year old (long-haired) son, Artie of supplying the drug to his sister, and immediately kicks him out of the house. Whereupon a confused Gerrie runs next door to seek advice from high school principal David Hoffman whose wife, Tina is an alcoholic, and whose son Sandy has his own problems. Very sensibly, he advises love and understanding on the part of the parents, which all but goes out the window when Maxie confesses she has been tripping for quite a while now, is also sexually active and on the pill.
4 December 1968
Rich Meridan is white, well-to-do and off to law school so he can make more money. Macy Stander is black, a cut above poverty and young enough to dream and hope for a better life. Both youths are stifled one has too much and the other has too little.
25 February 1969
A liberal young scientist turns his back on his ideals and accepts a lucrative job offer with a sinister chemical company.
7 May 1969
Workers in a high-powered New York business office are stranded on the 50th floor when the power fails during the East Coast blackout of 1965. A small party is begun, and truths about the career and personal ambitions of the employees begin to emerge. Saul Novick confirms his suspicions that go-getter Peter Hoyt is stealing his clients. Another worker, Jerry Arnst, disappears, and Saul goes out looking for him. Saul gets mugged, and finding the rest of the staff in a restaurant, announces his resignation.
7 October 1969
Season 3, Episode 2: Sadbird1 December 1969
10 February 1970
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