CTVA US Anthology - "The Clock" (ABC) Season 4 (1951-52)

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 Season 4 (ABC) (1951-52)
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 4 1951-52 ###
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Changes networks from NBC to ABC
Oct 1951 - Jan 1952 ABC Wed 9:30-10:00

4.01 The Clock: GOOD NIGHT
17Oct1951 ABC Wed
starring
Charles Cooper
Adia Kuznetzoff
Synopsis:
A young writer inadvertently finds himself involved in a Communist plot to counterfeit American banknotes. [RF]

4.02 The Clock: THE GHOST
24Oct1951 ABC Wed
Synopsis:
An ex-convict is out to "get" the district attorney and gets spooked instead. [RF]

4.03 The Clock: THE DEVIL'S WINE
31Oct1951 ABC Wed
Produced & Directed by William Spier
Written by Robert Tallman
starring
Frank Milan

4.04 The Clock: THE SILENT HAND
07Nov1951 ABC Wed
Produced & Directed by William Spier
Synopsis:
An unscrupulous wife who helped murder her husband engineers one double-cross too many.[RF]

4.05 The Clock: DEATH TRAP
14Nov1951 ABC Wed
Synopsis:
How desperate can a man become when he expects to be paroled near the end of his 20-year prison term and suddenly
learns that the warden and the parole board have denied his plea? [RF]

4.06 The Clock: THE BALZAC MURDER
21Nov1951 ABC Wed
Synopsis:
The play tells of a destitute man who is given a book by Balzac that contains the theory that any man who has
not had a meal in eight days is a potential killer. A man is murdered and the destitute man is brought to trial.[RF]

4.07 The Clock: JUST FOR THE RECORD
28Nov1951 ABC Wed
Synopsis:
A murder that was planned to the very last second fails to come off as planned. The murderer in this case did
everything right to perfect an alibi but one minor little cog slipped and jail.[RF]

4.08 The Clock:
05Dec1951 ABC Wed
aired no detail given

4.09 The Clock: SOMEBODY
12Dec1951 ABC Wed

4.10 The Clock: ASSIGNMENT
19Dec1951 ABC Wed
Synopsis:
Gossip Columnist Walter Halloran is the kind of newspaperman that lets nothing interfere with is quest for scandal.
He even stooped to murder in order to score a journalistic and domestic scoop. [RF]

4.11 The Clock: NO WITNESSES
26Dec1951 ABC Wed
Synopsis:
A garage mechanic turns in a false alarm and while the fire engines are creating a great clamor, someone shoots
his boss. The mechanic is the prime murder suspect.[RF]

4.12 The Clock: SIGHT UNSEEN
02Jan1952 ABC Wed
Written by Fred Freiberger

4.13 The Clock: VOICE FROM MARS (final episode)
09Jan1952 ABC Wed
Synopsis:
When Professor Alan Harlan establishes radio communication with Mars he finds himself talking with a woman.
The question arises, should he divulge the secrets of Atomic fission to her? [RF]

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