CTVA US Anthology - "Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre" (Hovue-Morpics/NBC)(1963-67)

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Bob Hope Presents
The Chrysler Theatre
(1963-67)

aka 'Crisis' (international title) (70's) / aka 'Universal Star Time' (syndication title) /  aka 'Theatre Of Stars' (UK title)

Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive

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with contributions by:Tom Alger George Orphanidys  [GO], Jim Brent, Philip Malmuth, Rina Fox

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Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre (season 1) (NBC) (1963-1964)

Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre (season 2) (NBC) (1964-1965)

Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre (season 3) (NBC) (1965-1966)

Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre (season 4) (NBC) (1966-1967)
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BOB HOPE PRESENTS THE CHRYSLER THEATRE  

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Hovue productions (78 eps. copyrighted) (mainly Dramatic segments)

Morpics productions (14 eps. copyrighted) (mainly Comedy segments)

Unknowns productions (15 eps.)

Universal City Studios, Inc

for

NBC (Fridays 8:30 pm EST, seasons 1-2, 1963-65)

NBC (Wednesdays 9:00 pm EST, seasons 3-4, 1965-67)

Produced by Dick Berg (many season 1 eps)

Produced by Richard Collins (many season 2 eps)

US Anthology series     1963-67   114 episodes x 60 min bw

    (108 episodes listed here) 

 

Hosted by Bob Hope

'The Chrysler Theatre'  theme music by  Johnny Williams

 

The title 'Crisis' had previously been used for syndicated versions of 'Kraft Mystery Theatre', in the fifties.

 

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***Special thanks to those who helped in filling gaps and corrections.

The majority of Dramatic episodes were made by Hovue productions

Some of the more light-hearted episodes were made by Morpics productions.(Morpics, Inc.) (14 episodes listed below)

1.14 [--] THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS
1.17 [--] WAKE UP DARLING
1.25 [--] TIME FOR ELIZABETH
2.09 [--] MR. BIDDLE'S CRIME WAVE
2.17 [--] COPS AND ROBBERS
2.20 [--] IN ANY LANGUAGE
2.26 [--] SIMON SAYS GET MARRIED
3.06 [--] MISTER GOVERNESS (comedy special)
3.19 [--] BRILLIANT BENJAMIN BOGGS
3.23 [--] HOLLOWAY'S DAUGHTERS
4.03 [--] AND BABY MAKES FIVE
4.07 [--] DEAR DEDUCTIBLE
4.09 [--] THE BLUE-EYED HORSE
4.19 [--] THE REASON NOBODY HARDLY EVER SEEN A FLAT OUTLAW IN THE OLD WEST IS AS FOLLOWS

[--] Unknown
Episode "Time Bomb" 1965 written by Herman Miller

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