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September 28, 1986|Lee Margulies

Tony Randall, Carrie Fisher, Ted Wass and Audra Lindley are teamed in "Sunday Drive," a new movie that will run on ABC this season as part of the "Disney Sunday Movie" series. It's a comedy based on what happens when the owners of two identical cars accidentally get them mixed up.

Wayne Rogers, Earl Holliman, Fredric Lehne and Mariclare Costello have the lead roles in "Golden Harvest," a TV movie in the works for CBS. It's about the competition between two wheat-harvesting contractors in the Midwest.

People: Convicted Watergate conspirator G. Gordon Liddy returns to "Miami Vice" Friday as a former Army officer involved in a secret group fighting in Nicaragua, a role he first played last season. . . . Nell Carter of "Gimme a Break" turns up as a guest on Saturday's installment of "Amen," playing a church singer. . . . Raul Julia, who starred in the film "Kiss of the Spider Woman," will portray Mexican Gen. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna in "The Alamo: 13 Days to Glory," a TV movie that will air later this season on NBC.

Marsha Mason is directing Diane Baker and Mary Tanner in "Little Miss Perfect," an hourlong drama for the "CBS Schoolbreak Special." Tanner plays a teen-ager who develops the eating disorder known as bulimia. Baker portrays her mother.

Pat Morita, an alumnus of "Happy Days" who won an Academy Award nomination for his performance in "The Karate Kid," will return to TV this season in "Ohara," a midseason series for ABC. He plays a police detective.

Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson will host the 20th annual Country Music Assn. Awards, which CBS will broadcast from Nashville Oct. 13. Nelson is a triple nominee, for the Country Music Hall of Fame, for entertainer of the year and, with Waylon Jennings, for vocal duo of the year.

Jose Ferrer and Joe Penny play father and son in a future episode of "Matlock," the new NBC legal series starring Andy Griffith and Linda Purl. Ferrer plays an organized crime boss who hires Griffith to defend him against murder charges. William Conrad also stars as a prosecuting attorney.

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