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The Oath (1976 TV series)

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The Oath is a short lived 1976 American TV anthology series. It consisted of two films, 33 Hours in the Life of God and Sad and Lonely Sundays. The series did not proceed but the two episodes aired as stand alone movies.[1]

33 Hours in the Life of God

33 Hours in the Life of God is a 1976 American TV movie. It was directed by Glenn Jordan.

It screened alongside Sad and Lonely Sundays.


33 hours in the life of a top surgeon.



The Los Angeles Times called it "old fashioned and predictable".[2]

The Sad and Lonely Sundays

The Sad and Lonely Sundays is a 1976 American TV movie. It was a sequel to 33 Hours in the Life of God and was based on a script by Rod Serling.[3]



  1. ^ John Carmody (Aug 24, 1976). "Reassuring Medicine". The Washington Post. p. B5.
  2. ^ Smith, Cecil (Aug 24, 1976). "TV REVIEW: Leftovers From Medical Series". Los Angeles Times. p. 15.
  3. ^ "Television". New York Times. Aug 26, 1976. p. 51.

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