CTVA US Anthology - "Crossroads" (Bernard L. Schubert/ABC)(1955-57)

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Crossroads (1955-57)

aka  Way of Life  (Syndication title)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive

with contributions by: Sal Crisanti, Tom Alger, Rina Fox
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

Crossroads (season 1) (ABC) (1955-56)
Crossroads (season 2) (ABC) (1956-57)
 

CROSSROADS

A Bernard L. Schubert production
Produced by Federal Productions, Inc. 

Herbert E. Stewart In Charge of Production

(Sterling Films Ltd ??? - according to IMDB)
for
ABC (Fridays 8:30 pm EST)  Oct 7, 1955 - Sep 27, 1957

US Religous Anthology series  1955-57  78 episodes approx x 30 min
       
Premise: Dramatic anthology series depicting the work of the Clergy.

 

Opening Narration
"Each Crossroads' story is based on the actual experience of American clergymen, pastor, priest or rabbi. The men who
give inspiration and guidance to the people at the Crossroads of life. These dramatic stories are presented with the
co-operation of our board of advisors ...
Captain Maurice M. Witherspoon, Presbyterian Minister, Vice-President of the Military Chaplains Association;
Father George B. Ford, Corpus Christi Catholic Church, New York City, Vice-President, Church Peace Union of the Carnegie Foundation 
 and Dr. William F. Rosenblum, Rabbi of Temple Israel, New York City, Former President of the Synagogue Council of America."

 

** Bernard L. Schubert Productions also produced
television series
"Mr. and Mrs. North" (1952-54), "Topper" (1953-55),
 "Adventures of The Falcon" (1954), "White Hunter" (1957-58)

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