CTVA US Anthology - "Ford Startime" (Hubbell Robinson/NBC)(1959-60)

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Ford Startime (1959-60)
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FORD STARTIME

Executive Producer Hubbell Robinson

NBC (Tuesdays 9:30-10:30PM ET)(60 min episodes + some 90 min specials)

 

US Dramatic/Variety Anthology series  1959-60    33 episodes x 60/90 min (All in Color)     

(6Oct59- 31May60)

 

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1.01 [01] Ford Startime: THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT

06-Oct-1959 NBC Tue

Adapted by Larry Gelbart

Based on a story by Howard Teichmann

Directed by Kirk Browning

Assistant director Bob Fosse

Hosted by Rosalind Russell

starring:

Ernie Kovacs ........... Himself

Polly Bergen ........... Herself

Jack Paar .............. Himself

Kate Smith ............. Herself

Maurice Chevalier ...... Himself

Eddie Foy Jr. .......... Himself

Eddie Hodges ........... Himself

Arthur O'Connell ....... Himself

Jack Paar .............. Himself

Tommy Rall ............. Himself

Harry Sosnik ........... Himself

 

1.02 [02] Ford Startime: THE JAZZ SINGER

13-Oct-1959

Adapted by Oliver Crawford

Based on a story by Samson Raphaelson

Directed by Ralph Nelson

starring:

Jerry Lewis ............ Joey Rabinowitz/Joey Robbins

Anna Maria Alberghetti.. Ginny Gibbons

Eduard Franz ........... Cantor Rabinowitz

Molly Picon ............ Sarah Rabinowitz

Alan Reed .............. Ed Giddleson

Synopsis:

Joey Rabinowitz' father begs him to carry on the family tradition and

become a cantor, but Joey ignores his pleas and enters

show business as comedian Joey Robbins. [RF]

*Note: Jerry Lewis sings "Kol Nidre".

Trivia: George Jessel starred in the 1925 Broadway version of "The Jazz Singer".

Al Jolson's 1927 movie version was the first full-length film to feature talking.

 

1.03 [03] Ford Startime: TURN OF THE SCREW (90 min)

20Oct59 NBC Tue (9:30-11:00 PM ET)

Adapted by James Costigan

Based on the story by Henry James

Directed by John Frankenheimer

starring:

Ingrid Bergman ......... Governess

Paul Stevens ........... Peter Quint

Laurinda Barrett ....... Miss Jessel

Isobel Elsom ........... Mrs. Grose

Hayward Morse .......... Miles

Alexandra Wager ........ Flora

 

1.04 [04] Ford Startime: THE SECRET WORLD OF KIDS

27-Oct-1959 NBC Tue

Written by Dick Wesson & Paul Henning

Directed by Dick McDonough

Hosted by Art Linkletter

starring:

Ann Blyth .............. Herself

Angela Cartwright ...... Herself

John F. Kennedy ........ Himself

Richard Nixon .......... Himself

Vincent Price .......... Himself

Jon Provost ............ Himself

Teddy Rooney ........... Himself

Ed Wynn ................ Himself

Lassie also appeared.

 

1.05 [05] Ford Startime: THE DEAN MARTIN VARIETY SHOW I (Color)

03-Nov-1959 NBC Tue

Written by Herbert Baker & Robert O'Brien

Directed by Jack Donovan

Hosted by Dean Martin

starring:

Mickey Rooney .......... Himself

Frank Sinatra .......... Himself

Synopsis:

Dean Martin takes over "Startime", for an hour of songs, dances and comedy.

His guests are Frank Sinatra, Mickey Rooney

and the dance team of Augie and Margo, David Rose conducts. [RF]

*

Highlights

*

Medley: "Great Day", "Hallelujah", "September Song",

"Sunny Side Up", "Fine and Dandy", "I'll Never Smile

Again", "When You're Smiling" ..... Martin, Sinatra, Rooney

"Mack the Knife" .................. Martin

"All I Need is a Girl" ............ Rooney

"I Can't Get Started" ............. Sinatra

"Dark Journey", "Port Said" ....... Augie and Margo

"Dream" (conducted by Sinatra) .... Martin

Rodgers and Hart Medley ........... Martin, Sinatra

 

1.06 [06] Ford Startime: THE WICKED SCHEME OF JEBAL DEEKS

10-Nov-1959 NBC Tue

Written by John D. Hess

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring:

Alec Guinness .......... Jebal Deeks (Emmy nomination)

Patricia Barry ......... Miss Calhoun

Charles Coburn ......... Colonel Sykes

Arthur Hughes .......... McComb

Henry Jones ............ Byrnes

Albert Linville ........ Carpouec

Woodrow Parfrey ........ Auditor

William Redfield ....... Bricklow

Bartlett Robinson ...... Elliott

Clinton Sundberg ....... Berry

Peter Turgeon .......... Auditor

Roland Winters ......... Fannington

 

1.07 [07] Ford Startime: GEORGE BURNS IN THE BIG TIME

17-Nov-1959 NBC Tue

Written by Mac Benoff

Directed by Dick Darley

Hosted by George Burns

starring:

Jack Benny ............. Himself

Eddie Cantor ........... Himself

Bobby Darin ............ Himself

George Jessel .......... Himself

The Kingston Trio

 

1.08 [08] Ford Startime: MERMAN ON BROADWAY

24-Nov-1959 NBC Tue

written by A.J. Russell & Joe Bigelow

directed by Greg Garrison

starring:

Ethel Merman ........... Herself

Tab Hunter ............. Himself

Fess Parker ............ Himself

Tom Poston ............. Himself

Bobby Sherwood ......... Himself

 

1.09 [09] Ford Startime: SOMETHING SPECIAL

01-Dec-1959 NBC Tue

written by Sol Saks

directed by Marc Daniels

starring:

Red Buttons ............ Joe Henders

Jack Carson ............ Albert Maddon

Jeannie Carson ......... Ruth Turner

Eli Mintz .............. Mr. Baumstein

Cliff Norton ........... Bert

Barbara Baxley ......... Hannah

 

1.10 [10] Ford Startime: MY THREE ANGELS (90 min)

08-Dec-1959 NBC Tue (9:00-10:30 PM ET)

Adapted by Sam & Bella Spewack

Based on their 1953 Broadway Comedy

Directed by Bretaigne Windust & Gordon Rigsby

starring:

Walter Slezak .......... Joseph

Barry Sullivan ......... Jules

George Grizzard ........ Alfred

Henry Daniell .......... Uncle Henri

Peter Donat ............ Paul

Will Kuluva ............ Papa/Felix Ducotel

Carmen Mathews ......... Maman/Emilie Ducotel

Synopsis:

Three inmates of the Devil's Island prison are allowed

to become servants in the house hold of the Ducotels, who run a store for

island personnel. With inspiration, the conscientious convicts set about

to rid the Ducotels of threatening Uncle Henri and to further the romance

of the Ducotel's daughter. [TA]

 

1.11 [11] Ford Startime: CINDY'S FELLA

15-Dec-1959 NBC Tue

Adapted by Jameson Brewer

Based on a story by Frank Burt

Directed by Gower Champion

starring:

James Stewart .......... Azel Dorsey

George Gobel ........... Drifter

Lois Smith ............. Cindy

James Best ............. Duke

Mary Wickes ............ Myrtle

Kathie Browne .......... Phyllis

Alice Backes ........... Esther

George Keymas .......... Zack Riney

Mark Allen ............. Swaney Rivers

Maurice Kelly .......... Bartender

Synopsis:

This "Startime" comedy-drama puts the fairy tale "Cinderella" in a Western

 setting and takes a few liberties with the plot.

In a saloon brawl, Yankee trader Azel Dorsey is given a hand by the Drifter,

 a guitar strumming roamer. Then the Drifter, plucking his guitar, lures Azel to the

 farm of the Widow Parks and her three daughters. But Azel is no Prince Charming. [RF]

 

1.12 [12] Ford Startime: CHRISTMAS STARTIME

22-Dec-1959 NBC Tue

Hosted by Joseph N. Welch, also reads several verses from the Gospel According to St. Luke.

Presented by Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra

starring:

Betty Allen ............ Herself

Marian Anderson ........ Herself

Leonard Bernstein ...... Himself

Charles Bressler ....... Himself

Russell Oberlin ........ Himself

Lee Venora ............. Himself

also appearing, St. Paul's Cathedral Boys' Choir of London

Synopsis:

The Philharmonic and the Schola Cantorum perform most of the Bach Magnificat.

 Soloists are Lee Venora, Betty Allen, Russell Oberlin and Charles Bressler.

Miss Anderson reads related passages from St. Luke.

St. Paul's Cathedral Boys' Choir, filmed in London. Accompanied by Bernstein

at the piano, they sing carols: "O Come, All Ye Faithful", "Ding Dong Melody on High",

 "What Child Is This?", "Good King Wenceslas", "The Infant King",

"Hark, the Herald Angels Sing", "The 12 Days of Christmas".

Marian Anderson sings the spirituals "Behold That Star" and "He's Got the Whole

 World In His Hands" and closes the taped program with "Silent Night". [RF]

 

1.13 [13] Ford Startime: MEET CYD CHARISSE (60min)

29-Dec-1959 NBC Tue

Written by Irwin Graham

Directed by Jack Donohue

Choreographer Eugene Loring

Music Director Tutti Camarata

starring:

Eve Arden .............. Herself

Cyd Charisse ........... Herself

Tony Martin ............ Himself

James Mitchell ......... Himself

Synopsis:

A chorus of 20 dancers appears in the production numbers where Cyd Charisse

and her husband Tony Martin appear with James Mitchell and Eve Arden. [RF]

 

1.14 [14] Ford Startime: THE MAN

05-Jan-1960 NBC Tue

Adapted by James P. Cavanagh

Based on a story by Mel Dinelli

Directed by Robert Stevens

starring:

Audie Murphy ........... Howard Wilton

Thelma Ritter .......... Mrs. Gillis

Phil Adams ............. Bowling Man

Joseph Campanella ...... Repairman

William Hickey ......... Bowling Man

Renne Jarrett .......... Judy

John McGovern .......... Franks

Michael J. Pollard ..... Doug

Joseph Sullivan ........ Bartender

 

1.15 [15] Ford Startime: THE DEAN MARTIN VARIETY SHOW II

12-Jan-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Herbert Baker & Robert O'Brien

Directed by Jack Donohue

Hosted by Dean Martin

starring:

Fabian Forte ........... Himself

Nanette Fabray ......... Herself

Carl Fortina ........... Himself

André Previn ........... Himself

 

1.16 [16] Ford Startime: CRIME, INC.

19-Jan-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Luther Davis

Directed by Delbert Mann

Narrated by Lloyd Nolan

starring:

Stanley Adams .......... Dale

Jan Arvan .............. Detective

Parley Baer ............ Congressional Committeeman

Harry Townes ........... Man in Court

 

1.17 [17] Ford Startime: THE JACK PAAR VARIETY SHOW

26-Jan-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Paul W. Keyes & Bob Howard with Jack Douglas and Richard Maury

Directed by Greg Garrison

Hosted by Jack Paar

starring:

Betty Bruce ............ Herself

Duke Hazlett ........... Himself

Jose Melis ............. Himself

Harry Minno ............ Himself

Randy Paar ............. Herself

Alice Pearce ........... Herself

Pat Suzuki ............. Herself

Jonathan Winters ....... Himself

 

1.18 [18] Ford Startime: THE GREATEST MAN ALIVE

02-Feb-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Tony Webster

Directed by Bretaigne Windust and Gordon Rigsby

starring:

Bert Lahr .............. Tom Hopkins

Russell Nype ........... Steve Boyle

Nancy Olson ............ Peggy Thomas

Ed Wynn ................ Amos Benedict

 

1.19 [19] Ford Startime: THE SWINGIN' YEARS

09-Feb-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Tom Waldman & Frank Waldman

Directed by Greg Garrison

starring:

Count Basie ............ Himself

Tex Beneke ............. Himself

Bob Crosby ............. Himself

Bob Elerby ............. Himself

Glen Gray .............. Himself

Woody Herman ........... Himself

Gene Krupa ............. Himself

Jack Leonard ........... Himself

Guy Lombardo ........... Himself

Helen O'Connell ........ Herself

Anita O'Day ............ Herself

 

1.20 [20] Ford Startime: CLOSED SET

16-Feb-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Gavin Lambert

Directed by Robert Stevens

starring:

Joan Fontaine .......... Julie Forbes

John Ireland ........... Cliff Harriston

Peter Lazer ............ Timmy Forbes

Agnes Moorehead ........ Carmen Lynch

Diana van der Vlis ..... Wilma Cole

Synopsis:

Movie Queen Julie Forbes is a big success, but she burns to do a picture

 which is "art". She manages to obtain the services of a good director,

then discovers that their ideas clash. [RF]

 

1.21 [21] Ford Startime: THE TALENT SCOUTS PROGRAM

23-Feb-1960 NBC Tue

Written by George Foster

Directed by Grey Lockwood

Produced by Irving Mansfield
Orchestra conducted by Harry Sosnick

Hosted by Dave Garroway

starring:

Joan Crawford .......... Herself

Colleen Dewhurst ....... Herself

Hugh Downs ............. Himself

Ethel Merman ........... Herself

Maureen O'Hara ......... Herself

Laurie Peters .......... Herself

Richard Rodgers ........ Himself

Tommy Sands ............ Himself

Johnnie Sommers ........ Himself

Paul Wallace ........... Himself

Synopsis:
The John Lasalle vocal quartet, the dance team of Brascia

and Tybee and singers Laurie Peters, Lester James and

Joannie Sommers play along with the scouts. [RF]
*Note: Irving Mansfield who produced this show, was the creator of the

original "Talent Scouts", series which had a 10-year run with Arthur Godfrey as host. [RF]

 

1.22 [22] Ford Startime: JEFF MCCLEOD, THE LAST REB

01-Mar-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Douglas Hayes & William D. Gordon

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring:

Anne Francis ........... Emma

Robert Horton .......... Jeff McCleod

Ricardo Montalban ...... Turk

Marshall Thompson ...... Lieutenant Train

 

1.23 [--] Ford Startime: THE SWINGIN' SINGIN' YEARS

 08-Mar-1960 NBC Tue
Written by Tom Waldman & Frank Waldman
Directed by Barry Shear
Hosted by Ronald Reagan
starring:
Jack Fina .............. Himself
Woody Herman ........... Himself
Eddy Howard ............ Himself
Red Ingle .............. Himself
Louis Jordan ........... Himself
Stan Kenton ............ Himself
Freddy Martin .......... Himself
Vaughn Monroe .......... Himself
Ella Mae Morse ......... Herself
Jo Stafford ............ Herself
Dinah Washington ....... Herself
Songs Included:
1. "Your Father's Moustache" by Bill Harris, Woody Herman.
2. "Cow-Cow Boogie" by Don Raye, Gene DePaul, Benny Carter.
3. "Tonight We Love" by Bobby Worth, Freddy Martin, Ray Austin; "Bumble Boogie" by Jack Fina.
4. "The Gentleman is a Dope" by Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers.
5. "Temptation" by Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown.
6. "To Each his Own" by Ray Evans, Jay Livingston.
7. "What a Diff'rence a Day Makes" by Stanley Adams, Maria Grever; "Makin' Whoopee" by Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson.
8. "Choo Choo Ch'boogie" by Denver Darling, Vaughn Horton, Milt Gabler.
9. "Blues".
10. "There, I've Said it Again" by Redd Evans, Dave Mann.
11. "Malagueña" by Ernesto Lecuona.

Featured talent:
1. Woody Herman and orchestra.
2. Ella Mae Morse, vocal; Freddie Slack, piano.
3. Freddy Martin and orchestra, Jack Fina, piano.
4. Jo Stafford, vocal.
5. Jo Stafford, vocal; Cinderella G. Stump, vocal, violin.
6. Eddie Howard and orchestra. 7. Dinah Washington, vocal.
8. Louis Jordan.
9. Charlie Barnet and orchestra.
10. Vaughn Monroe and orchestra.
11. Stan Kenton and orchestra:- Bud Brisbois, Dalton Smith, Jack Sheldon, Rolf Ericson, Danny Nolan,
trumpet; Archie LeCoque, Kent Larsen, Dick Nash, Jim Amlotte, Bob Knight, trombone; Lennie Niehaus,
alto sax; Ronnie Rubin, Jay Migliori, tenor sax; Jack Nimitz, Marvin Holladay, baritone sax; Stan Kenton,
piano; Pete Chivily, acoustic double bass; Stan Levey, drums; Mike Pacheco, percussion.
12. Featured personnel of the studio orchestra, collectively:- John Best, Conte Candoli, Pete Candoli, Don Fagerquist,
Conrad Gozzo, Ray Linn, Gerald Wilson, Jack Sheldon, Milt Bernhart, Joe Howard, Murray McEachern, Dick Nash,
George Washington, Dick Noel, Gus Bivona, Skeets Herfurt, Bill Hood, Matty Matlock, Eddie Miller, Lennie Niehaus,
Babe Russin, Willie Schwartz, Zeke Zarchy, Billy Usselton, Bill Perkins, Jimmy Rowles, Gerry Wiggins, Harry Babasin,
Rolly Bundock, Irv Cottler, Jack Sperling. [RF]

 

1.24 [24] Ford Startime: ACADEMY AWARD SONGS

15-Mar-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Mac Benoff

Directed by Greg Garrison

starring:

Nat 'King' Cole ........ Himself

Elsa Lanchester ........ Herself

Charles Laughton ....... Himself

Tex Ritter ............. Himself

Kay Starr .............. Herself

Jane Wyman ............. Herself

 

1.25 [25] Ford Startime: DEAR ARTHUR

22-Mar-1960 NBC Tue

Adapted by Gore Vidal

Based on a story by Ferenc Molnár and P.G. Wodehouse

Directed by Bretaigne Windust & Gordon Rigsby

starring:

Rex Harrison ........... Arthur (a rare TV appearance)

Hermione Baddeley....... Emerald Dane

Robert Dryden .......... Lawyer

Olga Fabian ............ Julie

John Garson ............ Ribaud

Rex Harrison ........... Fred Cortin

Sarah Marshall ......... Edith Brooks

Nicholas Pryor ......... Robert Griffiths

Guy Repp ............... Secretary of State

Gaby Rodgers ........... Woman

 

1.26 [26] Ford Startime: THE YOUNG JUGGLER

29-Mar-1960 NBC Tue

Adapted by Joseph Stefano

Based on a story by Anatole France

Directed by Ted Post

starring:

Tony Curtis ............ Juggler

Patricia Medina ........ Gentlewoman

Nehemiah Persoff ....... Prior Andry

Heather Ames ........... Young Girl

Robert Carricart ....... Brother Franc

Elisha Cook Jr. ........ Trick

Bert Freed ............. Couver

Harvey Johnson ......... Brother Roger

Charles Morton ......... Wine Merchant

Wanda Shannon .......... Dancer

 

1.27 [27] Ford Startime: INCIDENT AT A CORNER

05-Apr-1960

Written by Charlotte Armstrong

Based on a story by Charlotte Armstrong

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

starring:

Vera Miles ............. Jean Medwick

George Peppard ......... Pat Lawrence

Jack Albertson ......... Harry

Charity Grace .......... Elsa Medwick

Paul Hartman ........... James Medwick

Alice Backes ........... Aunt Pauline

Jerry Paris ............ Grimes

Leslie Barrett ......... Batle

Barbara Beaird ......... Mary Jane

Warren Berlinger ....... Ron Tawley

Leora Dana ............. Mrs. Tawley

Joe Flynn .............. Sidney Sinden

Mary Alan Hokanson ..... Mrs. Parker

Wendell Holmes ......... Rigsby

Hollis Irving .......... Mrs. Sidney

Eve McVeagh ............ Georgia

Tyler McVey ............ Chief Taylor

Philip Ober ............ Malcolm Tawley

Bob Sweeney ............ Uncle Jeffrey

 

1.28 [28] Ford Startime: WELL, WHAT ABOUT YOU?

19-Apr-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Dore Schary

Directed by Greg Garrison

Hosted by Eddie Albert

starring:

Marian Anderson ........ Herself

Polly Bergen ........... Herself

Paul Butler ............ Himself

John F. Kennedy ........ Himself

Thurston B. Morton ..... Himself

Richard Nixon .......... Himself

Nelson Rockefeller ..... Himself

Adlai Stevenson ........ Himself

Mike Wallace ........... Himself

Fred Clark

Martin Gabel

 

1.29 [29] Ford Startime: SOLDIERS IN GREASEPAINT

26-Apr-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Joe Bigelow

Directed by Grey Lockwood

Hosted by Bob Crosby

starring:

Don Adams .............. Himself

Jane Morgan ............ Herself

 

1.30 [30] Ford Startime: FUN FAIR

03-May-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Jean Meegan and Robert J. Hilliard

Directed by Gordon Rigsby

starring:

Cliff Arquette ......... Himself

Carl Ballantine ........ Himself (as The Amazing Mr. Ballantine)

Hermione Gingold ....... Herself

Margaret Hamilton ...... Herself

Celeste Holm ........... Herself

Marion Marlowe ......... Herself

Jaye P. Morgan ......... Herself

Peter Palmer ........... Himself

 

1.31 [31] Ford Startime: TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD MEETS KING ARTHUR

10-May-1960 NBC Tue

Adapted by Roland Kibbee

Based on the story by Mark Twain

Directed by Lee J. Cobb

starring:

Tennessee Ernie Ford ... Himself

Carl Ballantine ........ Merlin (as The Amazing Mr. Ballantine)

Alan Mowbray ........... King Arthur

Vincent Price .......... Sir Boris

John Dehner ............ Commentator

Robert Emhardt ......... Professor

Addison Richards ....... Doctor

Alan Young ............. Clarence

 

1.32 [32] Ford Startime: THE MITCH MILLER VARIETY SHOW

(aka Sing Along With Mitch Miller)

24-May-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Gordon Cotler

Directed by Bill Hobin

Hosted by Mitch Miller

starring:

Diana Trask ............ Herself

Leslie Uggams .......... Herself

 

1.33 [33] Ford Startime: THE NANETTE FABRAY SHOW

(aka So Help Me, Aphrodite)

31-May-1960 NBC Tue

Written by Danny Arnold

Music by Jack Brooks

Lyrics by Danny Arnold & Jack Brooks

Directed by Bob Henry

starring:

Jean-Pierre Aumont ..... Louis

Nanette Fabray ......... Sally

Stubby Kaye ............ Joe

Peter Leeds ............ Charlie

Tony Randall ........... Ernest

Robert Strauss ......... Frank

 

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[--] Ford Startime: (title unknown)

airdate not known

starring

Irene Dunne ............ Maria Clark

Gene Barry ............. Bill Hannagin

 

[--] Ford Startime: DECEPTION

airdate not known

starring

Sylvia Sidney .......... Laura Blake

John Howard ............ Paul Blake

 

[--] Ford Startime: SUNDAY MORN

airdate not known

starring

Brian Keith ............ Mano

Marilyn Maxwell ........ Sally Carter

 

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