CTVA US Anthology - "The Clock" (NBC) Season 2 (1950-51)

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 Season 2 (NBC) (1950-51)
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)


   ####### The Clock #######
#### Season 2 1950-51 ###
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NBC Fridays 9:30-10:00pm Eastern (fortnightly)
"The Clock" airs on alternate weeks with 
The Big Story (season 2)

2.01 The Clock: PRESCRIPTION FOR DEATH
08Sep1950 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Julie Bennett
Helen Donaldson
Leslie Nielsen
Philip Sterling
Maggie McNamara

2.02 The Clock: THE MORNING AFTER
22Sep1950 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Written by Eugene Paul
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Mady Christians
Raymond Massey

2.03 The Clock: THE JOKE
06Oct1950 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Written by Ben Radin
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
James Daly
Ian Keith
Harold McGee
George Englund
Helen Kingstead

2.04 The Clock: VENGEANCE
20Oct1950 NBC Fri
Adapted by Phyllis Coe & Milton Subotsky
Story by Honore de Balzac
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Torin Thatcher
Grace Kelly

2.05 The Clock: THE BRIEF CASE
03Nov1950 NBC Fri
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Dennis Patrick (as Dennis Harrison)
Bruno Wick
James McMahon
Somer Alberg
Kirk Brown
Martin Green
Harold Grau
Milt Herman
Synopsis:
Several groups are after a brief case as things begin to spin out of control between espionage agents
and small time criminals. [RF]

2.06 The Clock: NINTH LIFE
17Nov1950 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Written by Sidney Porcelain & Douglas Wood Gibson
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Ian Keith
John Newland
Margaret Hayes
Andrew Duggan
John Gerstad

2.07 The Clock: THE OLD WOMAN
01Dec1950 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Written by Ira Levin
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Olive Deering
Ethel Griffies
Moultrie Patten
John Seymour
Synopsis:
A weak elderly woman is being threatened by two criminals.[RF]

2.08 The Clock: THE LAST TOMORROW
15Dec1950 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Written by A.J. Russell
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Richard Kiley
Cloris Leachman
Frankie Thomas (as Frank M. Thomas)
Nelson Olmstead
Synopsis:
A pair of lovers become engulfed in a tragedy. [RF]

2.09 The Clock: THE NEW YEAR CAPER
29Dec1950 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Written by A.J. Russell
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
John Van Dreelen
Patricia Wheel
Frank Stevens

2.10 The Clock: A DREAM FOR SUSAN
12Jan1951 NBC Fri
Written by Thomas Phipps and Robert Shackleton
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Arlene Francis
Laura Weber

2.11 The Clock: WHENEVER I'M ALONE
26Jan1951 NBC Fri
Written by Joseph Anthony
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Henry Hart
Louisa Horton
Charles Korvin

2.12 The Clock: RUNAWAY
09Feb1951 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Written by A.J. Russell
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Peter Capell
Adelaide Klein
Martin Newman
Louis Sorin
John Drew Colt

2.13 The Clock: AN ACCIDENT ON CANIGOU
23Feb1951 NBC Fri
Producer Herbert B. Swope Jr.
Written by Ben Radin
Directed by Grey Lockwood
starring
Richard Kiley
Richard Carlyle
Leni Stengel
Monty Banks

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