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September 13, 1987|Lee Margulies

Katharine Hepburn will star in a TV movie for NBC, "Guest Appearance." She'll play a famous writer whose outlandish life style prompts her publisher to wager that she couldn't survive in the household of a normal American family. She takes him up on it--to comical ends.

Jamie Farr and Mike Farrell, longtime acting mates on "MASH," are reuniting for a CBS movie, "Run 'Til You Drop." There'll be one difference, however: Only Farr will be seen in the film, playing a small-time private detective. Farrell will be the director.

Robert Conrad, who has starred in numerous series of his own, puts in a guest appearance on the Sept. 29 episode of NBC's "J. J. Starbuck." He plays a businessman suspected of a murder being investigated by series star Dale Robertson.

Comedian Ray Combs has been tapped by Mark Goodson Productions to host a revival of the game show "Family Feud." A pilot is being shot with hopes of syndicating the series to stations for the fall of 1988. The show went off the air in 1985 following a successful nine-year run.

Robert Conrad, who has starred in numerous series of his own, puts in a guest appearance on the Sept. 29 episode of NBC's "J. J. Starbuck." He plays a businessman suspected of a murder being investigated by series star Dale Robertson.

Ursula Andress, the star of such films as "Dr. No," "What's New, Pussycat?" and "Casino Royale," will appear on CBS' "Falcon Crest" this season. She'll play a Communist Party leader who gets involved with Richard Channing (David Selby). Other well-known performers who'll be seen on the CBS soap opera include Buck Henry, Lauren Hutton, Eve Arden, Leslie Caron, Eddie Albert and Theodore Bikel.

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