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 Season 3 (NBC) (1965-66)
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### Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre ###
############## season 3 1963-64 ##############
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NBC Wednesdays 9:00-10:00 pm Eastern (60 min) 

 

3.01 [056] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE GAME

   Hovue production

     15Sep65 NBC Wed

Written by S. Lee Pogostin

Directed by Sidney Pollack

guest stars

Cliff Robertson  ........ Quincy Parke (Emmy for his role)
Dina Merrill ........... Maralise
Maurice Evans .......... Abelard
Nehemiah Persoff ....... Alverian
Cyril Delevanti ........ Toulouse
Ivan Triesault ......... Baron
Renzo Cesana ........... Pietro
Celia Lovsky ........... Elderly Lady
Georgia Simmons ........ Grandmother
Anthony Nealis ......... Dealer
Aleta Rotell ........... Heloise
Synopsis:
A businessman is lured to the gambling tables of a casino without a cent to his name. [RF]
 

3.02 [057] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE CRIME

     Hovue prod. no. TP 25562

  22Sep65 NBC Wed

Produced by Dick Berg
Directed by Ron Winston
Written by Mark Rodgers & George Loring
Based on the novel by Stephen Longstreet
Director of photography by Bud Thackery
Music by Johnny Williams

guest stars

Jack Lord  ........... DA Abraham 'Abe' Lincoln Perez
Dana Wynter ......... Sarah Rodman
Pat O'Brien ......... DA Hightower
Sheree North ........ Mary
Berkeley Harris ..... Mikel Hawley
Karen Steele ........ Fran Perez
Walter Woolf King ... Frank Busch
Oliver McGowan ...... Winfield
Virginia Baker ...... Selena Parker
Michael Pataki ...... Johnny Ridzik

Bill Quinn, Melodie Johnson

Paul Birch, Ray Montgomery

Edwin Mills, Frank Evans

John Zaremba, Robert Miller
Synopsis 1:

       A pair of illicit lovers have been murdered, and prosecuting

       attorney Abe Perez is going all out to get a conviction against the

        dead man's wife, a wealthy socialite who used to date Perez. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A vengeful prosecuting attorney is determined to pin a murder on a woman who jilted him.

*Note: Syndication airing on NBC Action Playhouse 0Aug71.

 

     [---] 29Sep65 - no details

 

3.03 [058] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: MARCH FROM CAMP TYLER

Hovue production

06Oct65 NBC Wed

Cast:
Peter Lawford ...... Lt. Philip Cannon
Bethel Leslie ...... Clarissa
Ben Johnson ........ Burt Wade
Charles McGraw ..... Sergeant Goss
Dan Tobin .......... Porteus
Leroy Johnson ...... Two Birds
James Murdock ...... Corporal Milton
David Renard ....... Miranda
Synopsis:
Hostilities arise between Cavalryman and Native Americans in this western episode.
Synopsis 2:
Lt. Philip Cannon is ordered to take a group of misfit soldiers across hostile Indian territory. [RF]
 

3.04 [059] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: KICKS

  Hovue production

      13Oct65 NBC Wed

Written by Arnold Perl

guest stars

Mickey Rooney  .......... Lefty Duncan
Jack Weston ............ Detective Sergeant
Harold J. Stone ........ Enrico
Don Gordon ............. Brook
Melodie Johnson ........ Holly Stephens
Ron Husmann ............ Hanley Stephens
Janet MacLachlan ....... Fran
Synopsis:
TV model Holly Stephens likes to bet on the horses a kick

 that gets her deeply in debt to her bookie. [RF]
 

   [---] 20Oct65 - no details

 

3.05 [060] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: BACK TO BACK

           Hovue prod. no. TP 25561

 27Oct65

Teleplay by David Rayfiel

short story by Elizabeth Taylor

guest stars

Shelley Winters  ........ Edith (Emmy nominated)
Jack Hawkins ........... Silcox
Warren Stevens ......... Drake
Phyllis Love ........... Carrie
Shirley Grayson ........ Miss Fitzhugh (as Grayson Hall)
Synopsis:
A lonely waitress poses as the wife of an insensitive

 Englishman so they can qualify for domestic positions. [RF]
 

   [---] 3Nov65 - no details

 

3.06 [061] Chrysler presents a Bop Hope Comedy special: MISTER GOVERNESS

(aka Mr. Governess)

 Morpics, Inc. production

10Nov65 NBC Wed

Written by Elroy Schwartz & Jess Oppenheimer

guest stars

Carol Lawrence  ......... Nan Barclay
Tom Tryon .............. Terry Williams
Jacques Bergerac ....... Henri Courville
Robert Clary ........... Marcel Pleusteau
Fred Clark ............. Horace Singleton
Alice Backes ........... Maggie
Suzy Kay ............... Jill Singleton
Michael Blake .......... Lee Barclay
Hoke Howell ............ Jimmy
Maudie Prickett ........ Secretary
Chet Stratton .......... Duclay
Mark Winters ........... John Barclay
Synopsis:
A young man, resorting to female impersonation to get a job as governess,

 travels with a family to Europe in hopes of joining his fiancée. [RF]
 

3.07 [062] Chrysler presents a Bop Hope comedy special: RUSSIAN ROULETTE [GO]

      17Nov65 NBC Wed

Producer Harry Tugend & Jack Laird
Written by Albert E. Lewis & Burt Styler
Story by Bob Hope
Directed by David Butler
Music by Les Brown
Guest Cast:
Bob Hope ............... Les Haines
Jill St John ........... Janie Douglas
Victor Buono ........... Grebb
Leon Askin ............. Fat Russian
Don Rickles ............ Lenny
Harold Stone ........... Borginin
Charles Walsh .......... Joe Taylor
Magda Harout ........... Girl
Leon Belasco ........... Thin Russian
Synopsis:
A comedian, bound for Moscow on a cultural-exchange visit,

 who finds himself involved in a web of international intrigue. [GO]

 

  [---] 24Nov65 no details   

 

3.08 [063] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: HIGHEST FALL OF ALL

Hovue production

01Dec65 NBC Wed

guest stars

Stuart Whitman  ......... Vic Strode
Joan Hackett ........... Lili Strode
Gary Merrill ........... John Perry
Terry Moore ............ Diane Skates
Steve Ihnat ............ Doyle Ralston
Dennis McCarthy ........ Andrew Larson
Lia Waggner ............ Betty
Martin Garralaga ....... Pietro
Robert Q. Lewis ........ Writer
John Willis ............ Press Agent
Synopsis:
A stuntman, beset by personal problems, offers a director

 a startling climax for his film a suicidal 200-foot jump from a bridge. [RF]
 

3.09 [064] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE BETRAYAL

08-Dec-1965

Produced & directed by Paul Almond

Written by Alvin Goldman

Based on a novel by Henry Kreisel

guest stars

Donald Harron

  Helen Conway-Marmo

Budd Knapp

Synopsis:
Two friends are betrayed by the woman they love.

 

15Dec65  - no details


3.10 [065] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: CHRISTMAS VARIETY SPECIAL

22Dec65

                    written by Lester White, John Rapp, Mort Lachman,

Gig Henry, Bill Larkin, Charles Lee.
directed by Mort Lachman
director of photography Alan Stensvold
Guest stars

Vic Damone

Johnny Grant

Phyllis Diller

Diane McBain

Joey Heatherton

Tippi Hedren

Anita Bryant

Rita Feria (Miss World)

Synopsis:

Korean Kittens sing What'd I say. Vic Damone sings More and

Strangers in the Night for wounded soldier. Hope and Joey Heatherton

do a song and dance. Joey sings Spanish Flea. Billy Graham gives

pep talk to soldiers. Diane Shelton does acrobatic act.

Appearances by Johnny Grant, Diane McBain. Tippi Hedren makes a short appearance.

Skit with girls protesting Hope's treatment of them. Anita Bryant sings Silent night.

Troupe visits wounded. Hope asks General Leo Wald why we must win.

Other participants are Rita Feria (Miss World), Les Brown

and his Band of Reknown, Phyllis Diller. [RF]

*
* Note: Outstanding Variety Special Chrysler Presents the Bob Hope Christmas Special

 

3.11 [066] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE ADMIRAL

Hovue production

29Dec65 NBC Wed

guest stars

Robert Young  ....... Admiral Matt Callahan
Robert Reed ........ Lt. Chris Callahan
Warren Stevens ..... Lt. Bob Doran
Russ Conway ........ Captain George Staunton
John Lodge ......... Henshaw
Don Marshall ....... Jerry Benton
Sal Ponti .......... Russo
Aleta Rotell ....... Chorus Girl
Elsie Baker
William Bryant
Elizabeth Lawrence
Frank Campanella
Lincoln Kilpatrick
Bill Zuckert
Louis Criscuolo
Harvey B. Dunn
Don Gazzaniga
Philip Fagan
Laura Mason
William McNally
Alfred Hinckley
John Cecil Holme
Luke Saucier
Pamela Toll
Richard Venture
Sandra Williams

Synopsis 1:
The admiral's wife dies, he tries to begin again and get along with his son.
Synopsis 2:
A Korean War admiral and his fighter pilot son have been estranged for years.

 The two men are stranded in a generation gap made all the more painful by

their serving aboard the same ship, now as the Admiral faces the loss

of his wife, he tries to make amends with his son.  [RF]

*Note: Syndication airing on NBC Action Playhouse 08Jul71.

 

3.12 [067] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE ENEMY ON THE BEACH

  Hovue production

   05Jan66 NBC Wed

guest stars

Robert Wagner ........ Lt. Commander Nick Raino

James Donald .............. Commander John McAuliffe

Sally Ann Howes ........... Allison Lang

Torin Thatcher ............ Commander Hastings

Ashley Cowan ............. Driver

Victor Rogers ...... Lieutenant

Synopsis:

       Enemy on the Beach is set on the coast of Ireland during World

       War II. Two German mines wash up on shore, posing a hazard to

       everyone within miles. The UXB squad dispatched to disarm the bombs

       consists of a cocksure merchant marine officer and a martinet

       British commander. It's a toss-up as to which will explode first:

       the bombs or the hostility between the two men. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
World War II Ireland: two demolition experts take a quick dislike

 to each other while disarming mines on a beach. [RF]

 

  [---] 12Jan66 - no details 

     [---] 19Jan66 - no details

 

3.13 [068] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: AFTER THE LION, JACKALS

Hovue production

  26Jan66 NBC Wed

Produced by Dick Berg
Adapted by Stanford Whitemore
Directed by Jack Laird
Music by Dizzy Gillespie

guest stars

Suzanne Pleshette ...... Adrian Harris

John Saxon ...... Mario Silvetti

Stanley Baker ....... C.C. Conover

Eduardo Ciannelli ......... Boniface

Renata Vanni ....... Manuela

John Holland ......... Doctor

Frank Puglia ......... Guide

Oscar Beregi Jr. ...... German Tourist

Rockne Tarkington  ..... Poet
Thelma Rockman ........ Matron
Synopsis:
Adrian Harris takes a job in Sicily as secretary to cynical novelist

C.C. Conover, whom she falls for and soon marries. But Conover

 turns out to be anything but a good husband, and a handsome

Sicilian soon enters the picture. [RF]

 

3.14 [069] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: WHEN HELL FROZE

Hovue production

02Feb66 NBC Wed

Produced by Jack Laird

Written by Alvin Sapinsley

Story by Wilbur Daniel Steele

Directed by William Hale

Director of photography John L. Russell

Music by Lennie Hayton

guest stars

Leslie Nielsen  ......... John Joslin
Jane Wyman ............. Addie Joslin
Martin Milner .......... William Hedge
E.J. Andre ............. Calicoon
Steve Carlson .......... Ray Joslin
Jack Bailey ............ Albert House
Jean Engstrom .......... Hattie House
Frankie Cabot .......... Frankie Joslin
Jeff Corey ............. Reverend Mr. Mansard

Daniel White

Harold Ayer

Steve Baron
Synopsis:

In 1919, housewife Addie Joslin's act of kindness to a

wandering war veteran forms the basis of a cruel misunderstanding. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A housewife's kindness to a WWI vet causes a tragic misunderstanding. [RF]

 

3.15 [070] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: A SMALL REBELLION

Hovue production

09Feb66 NBC Wed

Written by S. Lee Pogostin

Directed by Stuart Rosenberg

guest stars

Simone Signoret ....... Sara Lescaut (Emmy for her performance)

George Maharis ....... Michael Kolinos

Sam Levene ............. Noel Greb
Synopsis:

        An angry young man of the theatre, who has written a play that

        could be a hit, if actress Sara Lescaut agrees to play the lead.

        Kolinos, however, is determined not to alter one word of his script

        to make it a more commercial vehicle. [RF]

       Note: Jazz Great Dizzy Gillespie provides the background music.

 

   [---] 16Feb66 - no details

  [---] 23Feb66 - no details

 

3.16 [071] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: WIND FEVER

Hovue Production

02Mar66 NBC Wed

Written by Ernest Kinoy
Cast:
John Casavetes ..... Lou Rutledge
William Shatner ..... Dr. Ely Harris
Pippa Scott ......... Martha Harris
Keye Luke ........... Han
George Takei ........ Fahn
Wilfrid Hyde-White .. Arkway
Hedley Mattingly .... McNair
Abraham Sofaer ...... Hill Doctor
Synopsis:
When the daughter of a powerful Malaysian merchant dies of a tropical disease,

 the father charges American medical scientist Ely Harris with malpractice. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A doctor is slapped with a malpractice suit when a wealthy Malaysian

merchant's daughter succumbs to a tropical disease. [RF]
 

3.17 [072] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY
09Mar66 (rerun 01Jun66)
Producer Richard Lewis
Written by Evan Hunter & Guthrie Lamb
Story by Roland Kibbee
Directed by David Lowell Rich

guest stars
Robert Ryan ........ Andrew Dixon
Leslie Nielsen ..... Gregg Collier
Diana Hyland ....... Mrs. Collier
Richard Beymer ..... Ralph Belmonte
Robert Duvall ...... Frank Reeser
Leif Ericson ....... Ben Stafford
Pippa Scott ........ Catherine Rogers
Pamela Toll ........ Alicia
Bill McNally ....... Peter
Synopsis 1:
Andrew Dixon, a New York assistant DA. Disgusted by the crime rate and

the court's revolving door policy regarding street criminals, Dixon organizes

a citizen's protection committee in his own neighborhood. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Story about a New York Assistant District Attorney, who is prompted by the increasing

crime rate and the release on bail of a suspected mugger. Gregg Collier organizes a

citizens committee to patrol his neighborhood. [RF]

*Note: Guilty or Not Guilty was designed as the pilot for a potential series starring Robert Ryan.

 

3.18 [073] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: 

           TELL THEM THE STREETS ARE DANCING

          (pilot for the Canadian series "Wojeck")

          17Mar66 NBC Wed  

Produced & directed by Ronald Weyman

Written by Phillip Hersch
Director of photography Grahame Woods

 starring

          John Vernon ....... Dr. Steve Wojeck 

          Patricia Collins ....... Marty Wojeck (his wife) 

Ted Follows ....... Crown Attorney Arnie Bateman
Carl Banas ....... Detective Sergeant Byron James
Tannis G. Montgomery ....... Judy Wojeck
Jamey Weyman ........ Stevey Wojeck
Synopsis:

          Coroner Dr. Steve Wojeck investigates the death by caisson

          disease of an Italian worker, and also examines the conditions

          of the victim's workplace, a tunnel under construction. [RF]

      

 [--]23Mar66 Preempted for a repeat of "Julie Andrews Special"

with Gene Kelly and the New Christy Minstrels. [NB]

 

3.19 [074] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: BRILLIANT BENJAMIN BOGGS

   Morpics, Inc. production

   30Mar66 NBC Wed

Produced by Jack Laird
Written by Nathaniel Curtis

guest stars

Donald O'Connor ....... Benjamin Boggs

Broderick Crawford ....... Bill Thayer

Dick Sargent ....... Dick O'Hara

Jean Hale ....... Kathy Simmons

Emily Banks ...... Julie Thayer

Eddie Mayehoff ..... Fred Thompson

Susan Silo ...... Barbara

Paul Reed .............. Prentice
Dorothy Green .......... Helen

Synopsis:

       Benjamin Boggs, a brilliant but acutely unlucky research scientist

        is persuade by a world-renowned big game hunter who sets her

        romantic sights on Mr. Boggs. She is determined to "bag" him for

        her own, and never mind that he's already married. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
At a lodge for a bit of husband hunting, a girl sets her sights on a scientist. [RF]

 

3.20 [075] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE SISTER AND THE SAVAGE

Hovue production

06Apr66 NBC Wed

Produced by Frank P. Rosenberg

Written by Edward De Blasio & Dick Nelson

Based on the novel by Thomas B. Dewey

Directed by Gerald Mayer

Director of photography Ray Flin

Music by Johnny Williams

guest stars

Connie Francis ....... Sister Mary Clare

James Farentino  ....... Dr. Michael Simpson

Steve Carlson ...... Billy Tabor

Anne Seymour ....... Sister Superior

George N. Neise ....... Alex Morrill

Emily Banks ....... Sister Monica

Michael Stanwood ....... Charley-O

Melinda Fee

Angela Greene

Alan De Witt

Mimi Dillard

Rhoda Williams

Brenda Thomson

Susan Story

Joseph Mell

Julie York

Priscilla Boyd

George Conrad
Synopsis:

Sister Mary Clare, formerly a singer and now a nurse

at St. Jerome's Hospital, tries to convince a young rock 'n' roll

singer to go through with a needed operation. [RF]

 

 3.21 [076]  Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: BOB HOPE VARIETY SPECIAL

13Apr66 NBC

Guest stars:

Bob Hope
Phyllis Diller
Pete Fountain
Jonathan Winters
Lee Marvin

Sketches include:

  "Pagoda Place," after remarrying a wealthy Japanese woman

learns that her husband is still alive;

   "The Putrid Six" stars

 Bob as a sinister bandit chief

  Lee Marvin as a sissy gangster

  Johnnie Lee as Chiquita; and a police lieutenant (Bob)

 investigates Oscar nominee Rock Surly (Jonathan), who is suspected of

  murdering the other contenders. [JB]

 

 [--] 20Apr66 NBC - no details

 

 [--] 27Apr66  NBC rerun of "The House Next Door" (first aired 15Nov63)

      (Chrysler presents A Bob Hope comedy special)

       

3.22 [077] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE FACELESS MAN

 Hovue production 

    04May66 NBC Wed

           (unsold pilot film for a projected series) 

 Additional film footage was added to this episode and was released

theatrically as 'The Counterfeit Killer'.

Produced by Harry Tatelman

Written by Harold Clements & Steven Bochco [RF] [IMDB]-Theatrical release

Directed by Josef Leytes [RF] [IMDB] -Theatrical release

Script by Harry Kleiner [JB] TV script

Directed by Stuart Rosenberg [JB] TV version

Music Score Composed by Quincy Jones 

*

guest stars

Jack Lord .......Agent Don Owens alias Joe Smitty

Shirley Knight ....... Angie Peterson

Charles Drake ....... Dolan

Mercedes McCambridge ....... Frances

Jack Weston ....... Randolph Riker

Joseph Wiseman ....... Rajeski

Don Hammer ....... O'Hara

Robert Pine ....... Ed

Synopsis:

One of the services performed by undercover organization  BOSS (Bureau

of Secret Services), is  to help behind the Iron Curtain, but the service

hasn't been too good of late: Four defecting seamen have been found

murdered, and two BOSS agents have been lost while investigating the

crimes. Agent Don Owens' assignment: Infiltrate the waterfront and find

out who is behind the murders. [JB]

 

3.23 [078] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: HOLLOWAY'S DAUGHTERS

Morpics, Inc. productions

11May66 NBC Wed

Directed by Ida Lupino
Guest Cast:
David Wayne ....... George Holloway
Robert Young ...... Nick Holloway
Brooke Bundy ...... Fleming Holloway
Barbara Hershey ... Casey Holloway
Ellen Corby ....... Miss Purdy
William O'Connell.. Hugo
Bruce Gordon ...... Hartford
Jay Ripley ........ Jerry
Meg Wyllie ........ Mrs. Ransworth
Madame Spivy ...... Bartender
Connie Gilchrist .. Housekeeper
William Mims ...... Hood
Synopsis:
While trying to crack a jewel-robbery case, private detective George Holloway

gets some unsolicited help from his two teenage daughters and retired father. [RF]

*Syndication airing on NBC Comedy Theater 23Aug71.

3.24 [079] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: ONE EMBEZZLEMENT AND TWO MARGARITAS

Hovue production

18May66 NBC Wed

Producer Frank P. Rosenberg
Written by Luther Davis
Story by Harry Brown

guest stars

Jack Kelly ............. Frederick Piper
Michael Rennie ......... Edward Parker Greene
Antoinette Bower ....... Maureen Hollings
Nico Minardos .......... Enric Ybarra
John Alvar ............. Ramon Perez
Matt Clark ............. Paco Perez
Jocelyn Lane ........... Ellie Randall
Karen Jensen ........... Barbara Freemont
Michael St. Clair ...... George
John Holland ........... Ribb
Synopsis:
A socialite turned private investigator is hired to find a bank president

who disappeared with three million dollars. [RF]
 

3.25 [080] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: RUNAWAY BOY

Hovue production

25May66 NBC Wed

Written by Thomas F. Mankiewicz
Story by Ben Masselink

guest stars

Robert Wagner  .......... Harry Brophy
Carol Lynley ........... Miranda Woodland
Lola Albright .......... Edith Woodland
Sean Garrison .......... Doug Pomeroy
Berry Kroeger .......... Baddington
Ray Montgomery ......... Bert Wilson
Sheilah Wells .......... Barbara Pomeroy
Nicholas Colasanto ..... P.J. Bascomb
Peter Masterson ........ Tom

 

[--] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY

                   01Jun66 (rebroadcast from 09Mar66)

 

3.26 [081] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: SHIPWRECKED

Hovue production

08Jun66 NBC Wed

Written by Richard Sherman
Directed by Harvey Hart
Music by Lalo Schifrin

guest stars

Hope Lange ......... Rachel Douglas

Jason Robards  ...... Irish LaFontaine

Synopsis:
A seaman and a missionary's widow are stranded on a deserted island 

in the Pacific the sole survivors of a sunken freighter. [RF]

 

  [---] 15Jun66 - no details

 

3.27 [082] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE

 Hovue production

      22Jun66 NBC Wed

Written and Directed by John Cassavetes

guest stars

Glenn Corbett  ........ Dave Gammon
Ed Begley ............ Dr. Hayes
Joanne Medley ........ Carol West
John Williams ........ Fred West
Cyril Delevanti ...... Bishop Andrews
Frederick Draper ..... Governor Diestel
Harry Hickox ......... Parrish

Synopsis:
When the senatorial race comes to a small glitch health issues need to be resolved.
Synopsis 2:
A college athlete, with a high scholastic average, discovers

 he is unable to keep up the hectic pace of school life. [RF]

### Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre ###
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