CTVA US Anthology - "Cheer Television Theater" (MCA-TV/NBC)(Summer 1954)

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Chevron Theatre (MCA Revue/Syndicated)(1952-54)
Cheer Television Theater (Summer 1954)
aka "TV Theatre"

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Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

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CHEER TELEVISION THEATER
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MCA-TV/ Revue Productions
for
NBC

US Filmed Anthology series Summer 1954 5 episodes x 30 min

Filmed dramas filling the cancellation of "The Paul Winchell Show".
Mainly reruns from "
Chevron Theatre "

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NBC Sundays 7:0-7:30pm (May 30, 1954 - June 27, 1954)

[01] Cheer Television Theater: PABLO'S WELL
30May1954 NBC Sun 7pm
Synopsis:
The story of a deeply religious custodian of a desert well who matches his faith against the evil desperation of an escaped convict. [RF]

Chevron Theatre: PABLO'S WELL
30Dec1952 [rerun 29Dec53]
Teleplay by Joe Pagano
Story by Philip Ketchum
Director Robert G. Walker
starring
Jay Novello
Ian MacDonald
Frank Ferguson
William Boyett


[02] Cheer Television Theater: THE CHINESE STICK
06Jun1954 NBC Sun 7pm
Synopsis:
A mortgage shark and a confidence man tangle in a double cross.

Chevron Theatre: THE CHINESE STICK
12May1953
Original teleplay by Robert Ormond Case
Director Sherry Shourds
starring
Ian MacDonald .... Henshaw
Frank Ferguson ... Cooper
Robert Bice ...... Hong Lee
Harry Harvey Jr.
Synopsis:
The Robert Ormand Case story. Life was rough and tough in Dry Gulch in 1853 and J.J. Henshaw, money lender, was a tough hombre
until he met the man with the Chinese stick. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A slick confidence man poses as a Chinese missionary who has brought a priceless treasure from the Orient. He tries to outwit
a greedy banker who wants the treasure at any cost. [RF]
*Reaired on TV Film Theater 06Jun54.


[03] Cheer Television Theater: PRIDE OF THE FORCE
13Jun1954 NBC Sun 7pm
Synopsis:
A bitter feud erupts between a young patrolman and a police lieutenant which almost ends in tragedy. [RF]

Chevron Theatre: PRIDE OF THE FORCE
21Nov1952
Teleplay by Howard J. Green
Story by Whitney Alexander
Director Richard Irving
starring
Onslow Stevens
Joseph Crehan
Lee Roberts
Myron Healey
Joseph Leon
Bud Wolfe
Synopsis:
When a cop who came up the hard way to become a lieutenant, begins to ride a rookie as being a "college cop" there's trouble. [RF]

[04] Cheer Television Theater: MAN ON THE BLUFF
20Jun1954 NBC Sun 7pm
Synopsis:
Story of the West in which ruthless cowboys attempt to obstruct the course of true love. [RF]

Chevron Theatre: THE MAN ON THE BLUFF
26May1953
Teleplay by Frank Burt
Story by Morgan Lewis
Director Robert G. Walker
starring
William Phipps
Kathleen Case
Myron Healey
Jean Inness
Chris Drake
Zon Murray
Synopsis:
A range war storms within the boundaries of the Double-C ranch as three men fight for free range land in the Chevron Theatre drama. [RF]


[05] Cheer Television Theater: THE BOSS COMES TO DINNER
27Jun1954 NBC Sun 7pm
Synopsis:
A comedy about a young wife who tries to impress her husband's employer and does it much better than she has any reason to expect. [RF]

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