James Stewart's last series TV stint came as homespun but cagey West Virginia criminal lawyer Billy Jim Hawkins in these eight telefilms that aired on CBS. Strother Martin co-starred. Heiress Bonnie Bedelia is accused of triple homicide in "Death and the Maiden" (1973). Hawkins heads to Hollywood to defend film cowboy Cameron Mitchell in "Murder in Movieland" (1973). Billy Jim has the challenge of representing mercy killer Julie Harris in "Die, Darling, Die" (1973). Vengeful father William Windom's accused of settling with his son's slayer in "A Life for a Life" (1973). A Civil War re-enactment turns deadly in "Blood Feud" (1973); Lew Ayres, James Best co-star. Washed-up footballer James Luisi's fingered for a very illegal hit on his boss in "Murder in the Slave Trade" (1974). Ex-flame Teresa Wright needs Hawkins' help to exonerate her son in "Murder on the Thirteenth Floor" (1974). It looks bad for campaign manager Paul Burke when a reporter with dirt on senator Pernell Roberts turns up dead in "Candidate for Murder" (1974). 9 3/4 hrs. total on four discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.