CTVA US Adventure - "Waterfront" (Roland Reed Prod.) (1954,55) starring Preston Foster

CTVA
The Classic TV Archive - US Adventure series

Waterfront (1954-55)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Tom Alger, Dean Carriveau, Rina Fox, Heikocleef
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)


Roland Reed Productions, Inc.
Filmed at Hal Roach Studios
(CLNA: Ziv International, Inc.)
for
First-Run Syndication
Executive Producer, Guy V. Thayer, Jr.
Created by and Produced by M. Bernard Fox
Filmed on location in San Pedro-Los Angeles Harbor.

US Adventure series 1954, 1955  78 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
Preston Foster
as Cap'n John Herrick
With:
Lois Moran as May Herrick (wife/ mother)
Harry Lauter as Jim Herrick (son, Police Detective)
Douglas Dick as Carl Herrick  (son, crewman)
Dian Fauntelle as Nancy Herrick
Billy Chapin as Teddy Herrick
with
Pinky Tomlin as Tip Hubbard
Kathleen Crowley as Terry Van Buren
Allen Jenkins as Sid
Willie Best as Willie Slocum
Raymond Haddon ???  [IMDB] /   Raymond Hatton [ep #33] as Tom Bailey
Sid Saylor as Wally
Miles Halpin as Capt. Winant
Louis Jean Heydt as Joe Johnson
Ramon Vallo as Capt. Dan Cord
Walter Sande as Capt. Lars Swenson

Premise:
Adventures of a tugboat captain in San Pedro Harbor, set on board
the tugboat "Cheryl Ann".
Low-key melodrama with a family backgound.

Directors include:
Ted Post (majority of episodes), Phil Karlson, John Brahm,
Hollingsworth Morse, Frederick Stephani, Paul Guielfoyle.

Others Credits:
"Waterfront" theme song by Alexander Lazlo

directors of photography: Walter Strenge, Paul Ivano;
film editors: Fred Maguire, Bob Fritsch, Danny B. Landres.

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Syndicated Program
Episodes Listed in Prod. no. order

1.01 [--] Waterfront: THE SKIPPER'S DAY [verified - Heikocleef]
Roland Reed Prod. no. 1 (c1953 DPUB: 17Feb54)
Produced by M.Bernard Fox
Teleplay by M. Bernard Fox and Jesse L. Lasky, Jr.
Directed by John Brahm.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
starring:
Preston Foster(as Captain John Herrick)
With:
Louis Moran(as Mom Herrick)/ Kathleen Crowley(as Terry Van Buren)
Douglas Dick (as Carl Herrick)
Guest Cast:
Carl Betz ............ Dave Herrick
Frank Wilcox ......... Hank Van Buren
Freida Innescourt .... Emily Van Buren
Willie Best .......... Bill
George Chandler ...... Hec Benson
Pinky Tomlin ......... Tip Hubbard (recurring)
Jim Hayward .......... Ward Cowling
Jack Elam ............ Brill
Lee Van Cleef ........ Ed
Sanders Clark ........ Buffer
Molly Glessing ....... Maid
Voltaire Perkins ..... Captain
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.02 [--] Waterfront: SUNKEN TREASURE OF SAN PEDRO
Roland Reed Prod. no. 2 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by Warren Wilson
Directed by Phil Karlson.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire;
Starring: Preston Foster;
With: Lois Moran, Harry Lauter
Guest cast:
Ernest Borgnine
Stuart Randall ........ Harrison
Jack Daly ............. Herb
Synopsis:
Trouble arises when with the search and recovery of a stolen black
pearl. [RF]

1.03 [--] Waterfront: LIGHTHOUSE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 3 (c)1954 (DPUB: 7Jun54)
05Sep1954 CBS Sun (WCAU-TV Philiadelphia, PA)
Teleplay by Robert Shaw
Directed by Phil Karlson.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Harry Lauter
Guest Cast:
John Dehner ........... Al
Eddy Waller ........... Hale
Synopsis 1:
Cap'n John notices that something is wrong with the lighthouse beam.
He fears something has happened to the keeper. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Cap'n John investigates when the lighthouse beam fails to operate
properly, endangering shipping in the harbor. [RF]

1.04 Waterfront: A NEW WHISTLE FOR THE CHERYL ANN
Roland Reed Prod. no. 4 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
12Sep1954
Teleplay by Warren Wilson
Directed by Hollingsworth Morse
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire;
Starring: Preston Foster;
With: Lois Moran, Dian Fauntelle
Guest cast:
Ralph Dumke ....... Morgan
Lela Bliss ........ Jessie
Alan Bridge ....... Pete
Ralph Peters ...... Dudley
Synopsis:
The tug's sour whistle is making a laughing stock out of the Cheryl Ann
and Cap'n John. [RF]

1.05 Waterfront: CAP'N LONG JOHN
Roland Reed Prod. no. 5 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
19Sep1954
Teleplay by Marjorie Hunt Pierson (on film)
Screenplay by Warren Wilson (on copyright description)
Directed by Hollingsworth Morse.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster;
With: Lois Moran, Harry Lauter
Guest cast:
Ernest Borgnine
Walter Sande ...... Swenson
Billy Chapin ...... Teddy
Pinky Tomlin ...... Tip
Jack Daly ......... Herb
Stuart Randall .... Harrison
Synopsis:
Trouble arises when with the search and recovery of a stolen black
pearl. [RF]

1.06 [--] Waterfront: TERM PAPER
Roland Reed Prod. no. 6 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by M. Bernard Fox and Robert J. Shaw;
Directed by John Brahm
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster;
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.07 Waterfront: CAP'N JOHN'S DILEMMA
Roland Reed Prod. no. 7 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by Arthur Hoerl
Directed by Phil Karlson.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster;
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
Guest cast:
Jack Lambert ....... Andrews
Ralph Dumke ........ Morgan
Howard Petrie ...... Perry
Louis Jean Heydt ... Billings
Synopsis:
Cap'n John is relieved of his command after a fight with the officer of
a freighter. [RF]

1.08 [--] Waterfront: FAMILY PROBLEMS
Roland Reed Prod. no. 8 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by Eugene Ling (on film)
Screenplay by M. Bernard Fox and Robert J. Shaw (on copyright description)
Directed by Phil Karlson.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster;
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
******************** no synopsis ******************


1.09 [--] Waterfront: SEA BELLS
Roland Reed Prod. no. 9 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by Norman Reilly Raine;
Directed by John Brahm.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster;
With: Lois Moran, Harry Lauter
Guest Cast:
Ted de Corsia ......... Cord
Edgar Buchanan ........ Oscar
Frances Bavier ........ Martha
Lyle Talbot ........... Wyant
Synopsis:
Cap'n John comes to the aid of May's friend, who is involved with a man
wanted by the FBI. [RF]

1.10 [--] Waterfront: TUG O'WAR
Roland Reed Prod. no. 10 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by Charles Belden
Directed by Phil Karlson
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster; With: Lois Moran
Guest Cast:
Ted de Corsia
Synopsis:
The tugboats "Isabel" and "Cheryl Ann" fight it out for business. [TA]

1.11 [--] Waterfront: TAILOR-MADE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 11 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by Burt Sims and Arthur Hoerl (on film)
Screenplay by Arthur Hoerl (on copyright description)
Directed by Hollingsworth Morse
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster
With: Lois Moran, Harry Lauter
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.12 [--] Waterfront: TROUBLED WATERS
Roland Reed Prod. no. 12 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by Frank Moss and Lee Berg
Directed by Phil Karlson.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster
With: Lois Moran, Harry Lauter
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.13 [--] Waterfront: THE RIFT
Roland Reed Prod. no. 13 (c1954 DPUB: 7Jun54)
Teleplay by Lillie Hayward
Directed by Phil Karlson.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tries to promote a romance between his son and the boss's
secretary. [RF]

1.14 Waterfront: FIRST MATE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 14 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by Arthur Hoerl and Louis Vittes
Original Story by Robert Dennis
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Harry Lauter,
Guest Cast:
Steve Brodie
Ann Robinson .......... Angela
Leonard Penn .......... Rogers
Robert Carson ......... Wynant
Dick Bartell .......... Ferris
Eddy Waller ........... Beale
Synopsis:
Circumstantial evidence leads to the arrest of the tug's first mate
(Steve Brodie) on a murder charge. [RF]

1.15 [--] Waterfront: WAREHOUSE INCIDENT
Roland Reed Prod. no. 15 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by David Dortort
Directed by Phil Karlson.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster,
Guest Cast:
Skip Homeier
Walter Reed
******************** no synopsis ******************


1.16 [--] Waterfront: HIGH WATER
Roland Reed Prod. no. 16 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by Charles Belden and Louis Vittes;
Story by Charles Belden;
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster
Guest Cast:
Peter Votrian ......... Kenny
Margaret Field ........ Rita
Allen Jenkins ......... Sid
Ray Montgomery ........ Ted
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tries to help a young boy overcome his fear of the sea. [RF]

1.17 [--] Waterfront: FLOATING MINE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 17 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by Sidney Biddell and Frederic M. Frank
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick
Guest Cast:
Barry Kelly
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.18 [--] Waterfront: FOG BOUND [UCLA]
Roland Reed Prod. no. 18 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Filmed on location in San Pedro-Los Angeles Harbor
Teleplay by Frank Moss and Lee Berg;
Directed by Phil Karlson.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster (Capt. John Herrick);
With:
Lois Moran (May (Mom) Herrick); Harry Lauter (Jim Herrick);
Douglas Dick (Carl Herrick); Pinky Tomlin (Tip Hubbard);
Kathleen Crowley (Terry van Buren); Allen Jenkins (Sid);
Willie Best (Willie Slocum); Raymond Haddon (Tom Bailey); Sid Saylor (Wally);
Miles Halpin (Capt. Winant); Louis Jean Heydt (Joe Johnson).
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.19 [--] Waterfront: LIVE CARGO
Roland Reed Prod. no. 19 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by David Dortort
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Douglas Dick, Harry Lauter
Guest cast:
Robert Foulk .......... JOe
Eugene Iglesias ....... Meztizo
Bill Phillips ......... Wally
William Haade ......... Marble
Stanley Andrews ....... Allen
Synopsis:
Cap'n John poses as a Mexican wetback to track down smugglers and clear
himself of a murder charge. [RF]

1.20 [--] Waterfront: CAP'N CHRISTOPHER
Roland Reed Prod. no. 20 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by James O'Hanlon
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.21 [--] Waterfront: TENSION
Roland Reed Prod. no. 21 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by Arthur Hoerl and Louis Vittes
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Douglas Dick, Harry Lauter
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.22 [--] Waterfront: BACK WASH
Roland Reed Prod. no. 22 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by Lillie Hayward
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran (as May), Douglas Dick
Guest cast:
Frank Wilcox .......... Van Buren
Hugh Beaumont ......... Martin
Roy Gordon ............ Blake
Synopsis:
Complications arise when Cap'n John buys a new invention from May's
ex-beau. [RF]

1.23 [--] Waterfront: DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH
Roland Reed Prod. no. 23 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by Warren Wilson (on film)
Teleplay by John Tucker Battle and Louis Vittes (on copyright
description)
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Bob Fritch.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Douglas Dick, Kathleen Crowley
Guest Cast:
Maria Palmer
Synopsis:
Cap'n John rescues stranded islanders then learns they're gem
smugglers. [RF]

1.24 [--] Waterfront: THE LONG BEACH PIKE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 24 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by John Tucker Battle and Louis Vittes (on film)
Teleplay by Warren Wilson (on copyright description)
Original Story by John Tucker Battle;
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography Walter Strenge; film editor: Fred Maguire.
Starring: Preston Foster
With: Kathleen Crowley, Harry Lauter
Guest cast:
Hugh Sanders ......... Jordan
Kathleen Crowley ..... Terry (recurring)
Kem Dibbs ............ Jarecki
Paul Richards ........ Waldron
Dennis Moore ......... Martin
Synopsis:
At an amusement park, Cap'n John tries to find a foreign agent involved
in the sale of American defense secrets. [RF]

1.25 [--] Waterfront: PORTIA OF THE SEA
Roland Reed Prod. no. 25 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by Frank Moss and Lee Berg
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Lois Moran,
Guest Cast:
Margaret Field ........ Nan
James Bell ............ Corning
Alan Reed ............. Lazarro
Dayton Lummis ......... Turner
Synopsis:
A spunky girl refuses to believe that poor seamanship caused the
wrecking of her father's boat and risks her life to find the truth. [RF]

1.26 [--] Waterfront: ANCHORS OF THE PAST
Roland Reed Prod. no. 26 (c1954 DPUB: 3Sep54)
Teleplay by Eugene Vale & Frank Moss
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Bob Fritsch.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick,
Guest cast:
Robert Armstrong ...... Clem
Charles Smith ......... Tom
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tries to solve a robbery in which his car was used. [RF]

1.27 [--] Waterfront: DRIFTWOOD
Roland Reed Prod. no. 27 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Frank Moss & Lee Berg
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Bob Fritsch.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
Guest cast:
Taylor Holmes ...... Barron
Gladys Hurlbut ..... Sally
Tom Brown .......... Collins
Meg Randall ........ Claire
Synopsis:
An elderly couple who run a gift shop are threatened with the loss of
their home and business when their past as bunco artists is exposed.

1.28 Waterfront: DRAWBRIDGE INCIDENT
Roland Reed Prod. no. 28 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Sidney Biddell & Frederic M. Frank
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Bob Fritsch.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Willie Best
Guest Cast:
Arthur Shields ..... Hedges
Biff Elliott ....... Carter
Wally Cassell ...... Tanner
George Chandler .... Benson
Synopsis 1:
A sinister incident regarding the sale of a rare civil war postage stamp,
and a little boy's crippled leg, which is cured with the proceeds. [RF]
(23Oct54WXYZ Detroit, Sun 7:00pm ET )
Synopsis 2:
Two seamen try to force an elderly drawbridge keeper into selling a
rare postage stamp. [RF]

1.29 [--] Waterfront: TUNA CLIPPER
Roland Reed Prod. no. 29 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Frederic M. Frank;
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Bob Fritsch.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick,
Guest Cast:
Argentina Brunetti
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.30 [--] Waterfront: THE WHITE DUCKS
Roland Reed Prod. no. 30 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by David Dortort
Directed by Phil Karlson.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Bob Fritsch.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
******************** no synopsis ******************

1.31 [--] Waterfront: STAR BRIGHT
Roland Reed Prod. no. 31 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Frank L. Moss
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Bob Fritsch.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Willie Best
Guest Cast: Paul Langton
******************** no synopsis ******************


1.32 [--] Waterfront: HARBOR PIRACY
Roland Reed Prod. no. 32 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by David Lang
Directed by Phil Karlson
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Bob Fritsch.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Harry Lauter,
Guest Cast:
Don Beddoe ............ Traber
Darryl Hickman ........ Evans
Gene Reynolds ......... Burke
Richard Benedict ...... Brown
Synopsis:
The theft of boat equipment and the murder of a friend lead Cap'n John
into a mystery. [RF]

1.33 [--] Waterfront: THE SEA AND CAPTAIN TAGGART
Roland Reed Prod. no. 33 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Berne Giler
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Douglas Dick, Raymond Hatton
Guest Cast:
Carl Benton Reid ...... Taggart
Adrienne Marden ....... Rose
Jeri Lou James ........ Ellen
Robert Burton ......... Harris
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tries to coax an old friend out of his self-imposed
isolation. [RF]

1.34 [--] Waterfront: GHOST TUG
Roland Reed Prod. no. 34 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Elizabeth Wilson
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick
Guest Cast:
Barton MacLane ........ McClure
Ralph Dumke ........... Morgan
Frank Jenks ........... Jenins
Willie Best ........... Billy
Jack Daly ............. Herb
Synopsis:
Carl gets his first tug command and promptly gets involved with the
Coast Guard, piracy and a ghost ship. [RF]

1.35 [--] Waterfront: F. O. B. VERA CRUZ
Roland Reed Prod. no. 35 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Robert J. Shaw
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Lois Moran,
Guest Cast:
Peter Votrian ......... Mickey
Martin Garralaga ...... Volente
Nacho Galindo ......... Glass Blower
Synopsis:
Cap'n John takes over the care of a small Mexican boy found abandoned
in a rail yard. [RF]

1.36 [--] Waterfront: NIGHT AT THE LIGHTHOUSE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 36 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by James O'Hanlon
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Harry Lauter
Guest Cast:
Marie Windsor ......... Marie
Eddy Waller ........... Beale
Jack Daly ............. Herb
Charles Radilac ....... Paul
Ken Terrell ........... Miller
James Parnell ......... Herman
Elsie Baker ........... Mrs. Potter
Synopsis:
A waitress who witnessed a murder hides out as housekeeper at the
lighthouse. [RF]

1.37 Waterfront: LIVE BAIT
Roland Reed Prod. no. 37 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Jack Laird
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Lois Moran,
Guest Cast:
Minor Watson ....... Elgin
Paul Bryar ......... Pegeen
George Chandler .... Benson
Frank Jenks ........ Jenkins
(Nancy Lauter ???????????)
Synopsis:
Cap'n John gets involved in a curious chain of events following the
murder of a blackmailing loan shark. [RF]

1.38 Waterfront: OIL ISLAND
Roland Reed Prod. no. 38 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
Guest Cast:
Clark Howat ........... Allen
Russ Conway ........... Snyder
Jeff York ............. Crandall
Ralph Dumke ........... Morgan
Frank Wilcox .......... Van Buren
Synopsis:
The crew of the Cheryl Ann is implicated in the theft of several
barrels of oil. [RF]

1.39 [--] Waterfront: CHRISTMAS IN SAN PEDRO (copyright title) [UCLA]
aka "Christmas at the Harbor" (UCLA title)
Roland Reed Prod. no. 39 (c1954 DPUB: 15Nov54)
*Filmed on location in San Pedro-Los Angeles harbor. [UCLA]
Teleplay by Eugene Ling
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster
With:
Lois Moran, Douglas Dick, Harry Lauter, Willie Best, Dian Fantelle
Guest Cast:
Eddy Waller ........... Beale
David Saber ........... Chuck
William Challee ....... Hobson
Rodney Bell ........... Carlson
Stephanie Foster
Arthur Shields
Boys Choir director, Lucy Hirt.
Synopsis:
A boy runs away from his abusive father, a migrant worker. He
ends up on the waterfront and tells the people at Waterfront House
that he wants to be a sailor. Captain Herrick and his family take
the boy in and on Christmas Eve, the boy and his father are happily
reunited. [UCLA]
Synopsis 2:
Cap'n John and his family try to reunite a runaway boy with his dad. [RF]

############### Waterfront #################
############## season 2 1955 #################
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Syndicated Program
Episodes Listed in Prod. no. order

2.01 [40] Waterfront: FISHERMAN'S FIESTA
Roland Reed prod. no. 40 (c1954 DPUB: 12Dec54)
Teleplay by Elizabeth Wilson
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Lois Moran,
Guest Cast:
Nancy Hale ............ Ellen
John Baer ............. Porter
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tries to learn why the queen of the Fisherman's Fiesta
relinquished her crown on the eve of the festival. [RF]

2.02 [41] Waterfront: YELLOW FLAG
Roland Reed Prod. no. 41 (c1955 DPUB: 12Dec54)
Teleplay by Frank Moss & Charles Belden;
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Douglas Dick, Willie Best
******************** no synopsis ******************

2.03 [42] Waterfront: FLOATING BOTTLE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 42 (c1954 DPUB: 12Dec54)
Teleplay by Endre Bohem & Lou Vittes
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Willie Best
Guest Cast:
Richard Travis ...... Walsh
Toni Gerry .......... Sally
Rhys Williams ....... Carney
Douglas Fowley ...... Jessup
Everett Glass ....... Macklin
Synopsis:
Cap'n John investigates a ship's sinking that may have involved murder. [RF]

2.04 [43] Waterfront: THE RELUCTANT GUEST
Roland Reed Prod. no. 43 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
Guest cast:
David Bruce ......... Ford
George Eldredge ..... Anderson
Dani Sue Nolan ...... Edna
Ted Stanhope ........ Burgess
Kathleen Crowley .... Terry (recurring)
Frieda Inescort ..... Emily
Synopsis:
At a formal party, Cap'n John becomes involved with a pair of crooks
planning to rob the hostess. [RF]

2.05 [44] Waterfront: HOMING FLIGHT
Roland Reed Prod. no. 44 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by Endre Bohem & Lou Vittes;
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Harry Lauter,
Guest Cast:
Frank Puglia ........ Paredas
Eugenia Paul ........ Lucita
John Larch .......... Palmer
Larry Craine ........ Miguel
Dick Nelson ......... Healy
Ray Greenleaf ....... Stanton
Hy Anzell ........... Nagy
Synopsis:
Homing pigeons may provide a clue to the whereabouts of the kidnapped
son of Cap'n John's friend. [RF]

2.06 [45] Waterfront: FARNUM'S FOLLY [UCLA]
Roland Reed Prod. no. 45 (c1955. DPUB: 3Feb55)
Note: Filmed on location in San Pedro-Los Angeles Harbor. [UCLA]
Teleplay by Berne Giler (on film)
Teleplay by Endre Bohem & Lou Vittes (on copyright description)
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring:
Preston Foster
With:
Lois Moran; Harry Lauter; Douglas Dick; Pinky Tomlin; Kathleen Crowley;
Allen Jenkins; Willie Best; Raymond Haddon (as Tom Bailey);
Sid Saylor; Miles Halpin; Louis Jean Heydt.
Guest Cast:
Barry Kelley .......... Farnum
Ralph Moody ........... Curly
Ralph Dumke ........... Morgan
Erville Alderson ...... Pop
Don Hix ............... Sam
Erin O'Brien-Moore .... Kate
Maudie Prickett ....... Essie
Synopsis:
The Seamen's Home residents try to stop a tycoon who wants to oust them
and put up an office building. [RF]

2.07 [46] Waterfront: TRIAL BY FIRE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 46 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by David Dortort
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Douglas Dick
Guest Cast:
Onslow Stevens
******************** no synopsis ******************

2.08 [47] Waterfront: SKIPPER, BEWARE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 47 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by Berne Giler
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Harry Lauter et al.
Guest Cast:
Margaret Field ........ Helen
DeForest Kelley ....... Bob
Ross Elliott .......... Reece
Alan Dexter ........... Steve
Emil Sitka ............ Vince
Mira McKinney ......... Cora
Synopsis:
Cap'n John and his son Jim try to crack a waterfront racket involving
phony cargoes. [RF]

2.09 [48] Waterfront: CAPTAIN WITHOUT A SHIP
Roland Reed Prod. no. 48 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by Frank L. Moss
Directed by Frederick Stephani.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Douglas Dick, Kathleen Crowley
Guest Cast:
Ann Robinson .......... Georgia
Sydney Mason .......... Barton
Charles Evans ......... Davis
Robert Foulk .......... Captain Gunderson
Synopsis:
Carl accepts an offer to captain a tug, but he has second thoughts when
his first assignment pits him against his father.

2.10 [49] Waterfront: THE MAN
Roland Reed Prod. no. 49 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by John A. Kneubuhl; Story by Curt Siodmak
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick,
Guest Cast:
Richard Travis ........ Walsh
Rhys Williams ......... Carney
Toni Gerry ............ Sally
Douglas Fowley ........ Jessup
Everett Glass ......... Macklin
Synopsis:
Cap'n John investigates a ship's sinking that may have involved murder. [RF]

2.11 [50] Waterfront: THE SKIPPER AND THE PADRE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 50 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by James & Jean O'Hanlon
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Harry Lauter,
Guest Cast:
George Chandler
******************** no synopsis ******************

2.12 [51] Waterfront: THE SEA RUSTLER
Roland Reed Prod. no. 51 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by David Lang & Stan Jones
Directed by Frederick Stephani.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Willie Best,
Guest Cast:
James Griffith
Synopsis:
Cattle rustlers invade the water front to get at the livestock-shipping
vessels. [RF]

2.13 [52] Waterfront: SHAKEDOWN CRUISE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 52 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
Guest Cast:
Ian Wolfe
George Chandler
******************** no synopsis ******************

2.14 [53] Waterfront: TRESTLE POINT
Roland Reed Prod. no. 53 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by David Dortort
Directed by Frederick Stephani.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
Guest Cast: Charles Benson, George Chandler
(also Charles Buchinski/Bronson)
******************** no synopsis ******************


2.15 [54] Waterfront: THE SEARCH
Roland Reed Prod. no. 54 (c1955 DPUB: 3Feb55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick,
Guest Cast:
Byron Keith ........... Hansen
Ian Keith ............. Rameau
Don C. Harvey ......... Gordon
Lillian Bronson ....... Mrs. Anderson
Rick Vallin ........... Blake
Synopsis:
Cap'n John aids customs inspectors in a search for counterfeit
engraving plates hidden on a freighter. [RF]

2.16 [55] Waterfront: THE ARTFUL HORSE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 55 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Louis Vittes & Endre Bohem
Directed by Paul Landres
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Lois Moran,
Guest cast:
Eddy Waller ........... Beale
Grady Sutton .......... Ramsdale
Synopsis:
A purchase at an auction lands Cap'n John in the middle of an attempted art theft. [RF]

2.17 [56] Waterfront: TUNA BOUND
Roland Reed Prod. no. 56 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Lee Perenchio & Violet Atkins
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
CAST: Preston Foster, Willie Best,
Guest Cast:
Nestor Paiva ?
******************** no synopsis ******************


2.18 [57] Waterfront: THE SEMI-PRIVATE ROOM
Roland Reed Prod. no. 57 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
Guest cast:
Willie Best
Nestor Paiva
Christian Drake
Myra Monsour
Synopsis:
Bored Cap'n John can't wait to be released from the hospital; then a gangland victim checks in.

2.19 [58] Waterfront: BEYOND THE LINE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 58 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Frank Moss
Directed by Frederick Stephani.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick,
Guest Cast:
Michael Emmet ......... Driscoll
Angela Greene ......... Betsy
Russ Conway ........... Lansing
Peter Coe ............. Gruller
Synopsis 1:
Cap'n John is upset because it seems certain that his godchild's husband is
dealing with enemy agents. [RF]
(23Oct56 Dumont WABD New York City, Tue)
Synopsis 2:
Cap'n John, trying to help his goddaughter, gets involved with her
husband, a dismissed Navy officer now dealing with enemy agents. [RF]

2.20 [59] Waterfront: THE ANGEL LOUISE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 59 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Violet Atkins & Lee Perenchio;
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick,
Guest Cast:
Connie Gilchrist
******************** no synopsis ******************


2.21 [60] Waterfront: STAND BY ALL STATIONS
Roland Reed Prod. no. 60 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by David Dortort; Story by Stan Jones
Directed by Paul Landres.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick,
Guest Cast:
Dabbs Greer
******************** no synopsis ******************


2.22 [61] Waterfront: FERRY BOAT RIDE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 61 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick
Guest Cast:
Frances Bavier ........ Amy
Doris Lloyd ........... Celia
Jee Kirkpatrick ....... Cliff
Synopsis:
Cap'n John looks into the disappearance of a woman who regularly rode the ferry. [RF]

2.23 [62] Waterfront: THE SEAL
Roland Reed Prod. no. 62 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick,
Guest Cast:
Forrest Taylor ........ Si
Percy Helton .......... Simpson
Jack Daly ............. Herb
Synopsis:
The Cheryl Ann is caught in a severe storm, but the crew gets
unexpected help from a stowaway: a circus seal. [RF]

2.24 [63] Waterfront: SAFE HARBOR
Roland Reed Prod. no. 63 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by James & Jean O'Hanlon
Directed by Paul Landres.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
Guest Cast:
Dick Travis
Susan Cummings
Gil Frye
Myron Healey
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tries to save a racing speedboat, piloted by a blind girl,
from crashing into a freighter. [RF]

2.25 [64] Waterfront: THE RACE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 64 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster
Guest Cast:
Harry Carey, Jr. ...... Andy
Thomas E. Jackson ..... Pop
Jan Shepard ........... Betty
DeForest Kelley ....... Allen
Alan Harris ........... Bradley
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tries to help a disillusioned college boy (Harry Carey Jr.)
who just learned that his father is a notorious criminal. [RF]

2.26 [65] Waterfront: THE RESCUE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 65 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Douglas Dick, Kathleen Crowley
Guest cast:
Don Hayden ............ Swanson
John Bryant ........... Ellis
Simon Scott ........... Foster
Synopsis:
A new boat owner is so green that he gets lost on his way to Catalina Island. [RF]

2.27 [66] Waterfront: DOUBLE EXPOSURE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 66 (c1955 DPUB: 6Jun55)
Teleplay by Berne Giler
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Willie Best
******************** no synopsis ******************


2.28 [67] Waterfront: MIKE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 67 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster,
With: Lois Moran, Douglas Dick
Guest cast:
Eilene Jackson ...... Mike
Onslow Stevens ...... Borer
Synopsis:
May and Cap'n John are determined to help a motherless tomboy learn how to be a young lady. [RF]

2.29 [68] Waterfront: THE HIDEOUT
Roland Reed Prod. no. 68 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Walter Strenge; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster (as Cap'n John)
Guest Cast:
John Hiestand ......... Jordan
David Saber ........... Pete
Bobby Clark ........... JOey
Synopsis:
Cap'n John joins the junior commandos to solve the mystery of an old
man who lives in a deserted trolley-car graveyard. [RF]

2.30 [69] Waterfront: CAPTAIN FOR A DAY
Roland Reed Prod. no. 69 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Endre Bohem & Louis Vittes
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster
Guest Cast:
Rhys Williams ........ Bender
Mort Mills ........... Darby
Dwayne Hickman ....... Davie
Dick Curtis .......... Rayburn
Lyle Talbot .......... Zachary
Synopsis:
The "Captain for a Day" is a harbor worker who is trying to impress his visiting son. [RF]

2.31 [70] Waterfront: CATALINA SWIM
Roland Reed Prod. no. 70 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Lee Perenchio & Violet Atkins
Directed by Paul Landres
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres
Starring: Preston Foster,
Guest Cast:
Nancy Hale
Ed Kemmer
******************** no synopsis ******************

2.32 [71] Waterfront: BEACHED
Roland Reed Prod. no. 71 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Berne Giler
Directed by Ted Post
Director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Lois Moran,
Guest Cast:
William Schallert ..... Mosby
Carl Benton Reid ...... Slattery
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tries to stop a plan to retire skippers over 60 years of age. [RF]

2.33 [72] Waterfront: RED LABEL CARGO
Roland Reed Prod. no. 72 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres
Starring: Preston Foster
Guest Cast:
Peter Votrian
Harry Hickox .......... Hos
Lyle Talbot ........... Matt
Synopsis:
Cap'n John's grandson (Peter Votrian) gets locked in a freight car
loaded with explosive nitrate. [RF]

2.34 [73] Waterfront: SEA EXPLORERS
Roland Reed Prod. no. 73 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Berne Giler
Directed by Paul Guielfoyle
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Douglas Dick
Guest Cast:
William Forrest
Synopsis:
A rich man's son wants to join the Sea Explorers' Club, but the members
think he lacks sportsmanship. [RF]

2.35 [74] Waterfront: BAIT CRUISE
Roland Reed Prod. no. 74 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Violet Atkins & Lee Perenchio
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster
Guest Cast:
Steven Geray ......... Manuel
Paul Picerni ......... Chris
Howard Price ......... Olsen
Jan Shepard .......... Julie
Mary Carroll ......... Emma
Synopsis:
Trouble erupts on a weekend cruise aboard a tuna boat between two men
in love with the skipper's niece. [RF]

2.36 [75] Waterfront: THE YACHT RACE
Roland ReedProd. no. 75 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Kathleen Crowley,
Guest Cast:
Byron Keith ........... Hansen
Ian Keith ............. Rameau
Don C. Harvey ......... Gordon
Lillian Bronson ....... Mrs. Anderson
Rick Vallin ........... Blake
Synopsis:
Cap'n John aids customs inspectors in a search for counterfeit
engraving plates hidden on a freighter. [RF]

2.37 [76] Waterfront: TROUBLE SHIP
Roland Reed Prod. no. 76 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Willie Best
Guest Cast:
Ralph Moody
******************** no synopsis ******************


2.38 [77] Waterfront: THE RIVALS
Roland Reed Prod. no. 77 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by Douglas Morrow
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster, With: Willie Best
Guest Cast:
Dick Foran
Lyle Talbot
Synopsis:
Two men vying with Cap'n John for a contract lose their boat in a card game. [RF]

2.39 [78] Waterfront: HARBOR BOUND (final episode)
Roland Reed Prod. no. 78 (c1955 DPUB: 9Oct55)
Teleplay by David Dortort
Directed by Ted Post.
director of photography: Paul Ivano; film editor: Danny B. Landres.
Starring: Preston Foster
Guest Cast:
Gene Reynolds ......... Bob
Eugenia Paul .......... Joy
Rhys Williams ......... Garth
Paul Bryar ............ Prince
Byron Keith ........... Davis
Synopsis:
Cap'n John, trying to help a friend's daughter, gets involved with jewel smugglers. [RF]

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[--] Waterfront: Unknown Episode
Guest Cast:
Wilton Graff .......... Morton
Mae Clarke ............ Harriet
Victor Sen Yung ....... Imai
Weaver Levy ........... Watanabe
Spencer Chan .......... Hikado
Synopsis:
Cap'n John and May get involved in murder, international intrigue and a
plot to smuggle a rare Oriental figurine into the U.S. [RF]

[--] Waterfront: Unknown Episode
Guest Cast:
Charles Radilac ....... Zablodowski
Otto Waldis ........... Saborov
Kurt Katch ............ Guseva
James Flavin .......... Fuller
William Benedict ...... Tom
Synopsis:
Cap'n John tangles with the officers of a foreign ship over the escape
of a Polish stowaway seeking freedom in the U.S. [RF]

[--] Waterfront: Unknown Episode
Guest Cast:
Barry Kelley .......... Ralston
Ralph Dumke ........... Morgan
King Donovan .......... Beloze
Synopsis:
The deliberate loss of boats to collect insurance and a resulting rise
in rates prompts Cap'n John to take action. [RF]

[--] Waterfront: Unknown Episode
Guest cast:
Frank Wilcox .......... Van Buren
Frieda Inescort ....... Emily
Ralph Dumke ........... Morgan
Synopsis:
A romance with a wealthy stockbroker's daughter endangers Carl's
promotion to a tug captaincy. [RF]

[--] Waterfront: Unknown Episode
(NOT #1.25 "Portia of the Sea")
Guest Cast:
Margaret Field ........ Helen
DeForest Kelley ....... Bob
Ross Elliott .......... Reece
Alan Dexter ........... Steve
Emil Sitka ............ Vince
Mira McKinney ......... Cora
Synopsis:
Cap'n John and his son Jim try to crack a waterfront racket involving
phony cargoes. [RF]
 

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email below from: Brad Smith <CORLISSBS@aol.com> (Nov 2002)
"Waterfront was my favorite TV show when it was on in 1954 and 1955 and I
was a young boy. I can remember one episode when Capt. John had an old
steam tug because the Cheryl Ann was in the shipyard and in this episode,
he had a race with another diesel tug.
I would love to see an episode from this series. Would you know of anywhere
that one or more could be had? Is there anyone who has video copies of these
shows? Thank you for your help. It is greatly appreciated."
email above from: Brad Smith <CORLISSBS@aol.com> Nov 2002
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email from Bob Paulsen<RPaulsen2@cfl.rr.com>(Dec 2003)
"My name is Bob Paulsen. My sisters name is Cheryl Ann who is 42 yrs old.
We recently found out she was named after the tugboat who is in the
Waterfront TV series. I have recently looked at the website about the
tugboat and the episode pages in which I obtained your e-mail address.
Question: The waterfront series, are they available for purchase anywhere?
Is there a website I could turn to to see a brief film clip of Waterfront?
I appreciate any information you can provide. Thank You very much."
Sincerely
Bob Paulsen<RPaulsen2@cfl.rr.com>(Dec 2003)
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email from: Cheryl Fitzgerald <cfitzger@zipworld.com.au> (March 2004)
Subject : Child Actress in Waterfront
My Name is Mrs. Cheryl Fitzgerald, and I am an Australian. In the 1950's,
I watched the Series Waterfront with Preston Foster on Television.
Could you please tell me who the young girl was with the ponytail, whom
used to accompany Preston Foster on the Tug Boat the Cheryl Ann.
She was in most of the Series.
Hoping you can oblige
Mrs. Cheryl Fitzgerald <cfitzger@zipworld.com.au> (March 2004)

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