River of Gold is a 1971 American TV movie which was an ABC Movie of the Week .
The Los Angeles Times said it "looked as though people lost interest half way through". 
Beach bums look for sunken treasure.
Love Story is a 1970 American romantic drama written by Erich Segal, who was also the author of the best-selling 1970 novel of the same name. It was produced by Howard G. Minsky and directed by Arthur Hiller and starred Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal, alongside John Marley, Ray Milland, and Tommy Lee Jones in his film debut in a minor role.
Man in the Wilderness is a 1971 American revisionist Western film about a scout for a group of mountain men who are traversing the Northwestern United States during the 1820s. The scout is mauled by a bear and left to die by his companions. He survives and recuperates sufficiently to track his former comrades, forcing a confrontation over his abandonment. The story is loosely based on the life of Hugh Glass. It stars Richard Harris as Zachary Bass and John Huston as Captain Henry.
Victor Edwin French was an American actor and director. He is remembered for roles on the television programs Little House on the Prairie, Highway to Heaven, and Carter Country.
Yvette Carmen Mimieux was an American film and television actress. Her breakout role was in The Time Machine (1960). She was nominated for three Golden Globe Awards during her acting career.
Norman Eugene "Clint" Walker was an American actor. He played cowboy Cheyenne Bodie in the ABC/Warner Bros. western series Cheyenne from 1955 to 1963.
Mark Rydell is an American actor, film director, and producer. He has directed many Academy Award-nominated films including The Fox (1967), The Reivers (1969), Cinderella Liberty (1973), The Rose (1979), The River (1984), and For the Boys (1991). He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director for On Golden Pond (1981).
Once Upon a Texas Train is a 1988 American Western television film directed by Burt Kennedy and starring Willie Nelson and Richard Widmark.
The 4:30 Movie is a television program that aired weekday afternoons on WABC-TV in New York from 1968 to 1981. The program was mainly known for individual theme weeks devoted to theatrical feature films or made-for-TV movies starring a certain actor or actress, or to a particular genre, or to films that spawned sequels. The more popular episodes were "Monster Week," "Planet of the Apes Week" and "Vincent Price Week." Some films, such as Ben-Hur and How the West Was Won, were of such length that an entire week was devoted to running the whole movie. Other films that ran longer than the program's 90-minute length were often divided into two parts and shown over two days.
Eulis Soko Richardson was an American rhythm and blues drummer. His career spanned almost fifty years, during which he performed and recorded with seminal groups including John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. He is perhaps best known for his innovative arrangement of Ike & Tina Turner's version of the Creedence Clearwater Revival song "Proud Mary."
The Elevator is a made-for-television suspense film that first aired on February 9, 1974 as an ABC Movie of the Week.
Pursuit is a 1972 American made-for-television drama film that screened on the ABC network as an ABC Movie of the Week. It was Michael Crichton's first work as a director, though his theatrical directorial debut would not premiere until the following year. It is based on Crichton's 1972 novel Binary, which he published under the pseudonym John Lange.
Hit Lady is a 1974 made-for-TV film that aired on October 8, 1974. Starring Yvette Mimieux as artist and assassin Angela de Vries, it was written by Mimieux and directed by Tracy Keenan Wynn.
The Reluctant Heroes is a made-for-TV movie and war film set in the period of the Korean War. It was directed by Robert Day and starred Ken Berry, Jim Hutton, Trini López, Don Marshall, Ralph Meeker, Cameron Mitchell and Warren Oates.
Love Hate Love is a 1971 American made-for-television drama film starring Ryan O'Neal.
The Trackers is a 1971 American Western television film directed by Earl Bellamy. It stars Ernest Borgnine, Sammy Davis Jr. and Julie Adams. The film was originally a television pilot that appeared on the ABC Movie of the Week.
The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped is a 1974 American made-for-television comedy film starring Karen Valentine, Richard Long, Tom Bosley and Farrah Fawcett. It was directed by Bruce Bilson and aired as the ABC Movie of the Week on January 29, 1974.
Call Her Mom is a 1972 American TV movie produced by Screen Gems. It was the pilot for a proposed series that was not picked up. It instead premiered on February 15, 1972, as a stand-alone film, and as an installment of The ABC Movie of the Week.
Crowhaven Farm is a 1970 American made-for-television supernatural horror film directed by Walter Grauman and starring Hope Lange, Paul Burke and John Carradine. It originally aired as the ABC Movie of the Week on November 24, 1970.
Congratulations, It's a Boy! is a 1971 American made-for-television comedy film directed by William A. Graham and starring Bill Bixby and Diane Baker. It originally premiered as the ABC Movie of the Week on September 21, 1971.
The Deadly Dream is an American made-for-television thriller-drama film starring Lloyd Bridges and Janet Leigh. It premiered as the ABC Movie of the Week on September 25, 1971.