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 Season 1 (CBS) (Early 1953)
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


######### General Electric Theater ###########
############## season 1 Early 1953 ##############
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CBS Sundays 9:00-9:30pm Eastern

  Shared this timeslot with  The Fred Waring Show

 

1.01 General Electric Theater: WEDDING DAY
01Feb53 CBS Sun
Producer Gil Ralston & Arthur Ripley
Teleplay by Carey Wilber; Based on a Story by Kay Boyle
Directed by Sheldon Leonard
starring
J. Carrol Naish
Gisela Werbesirk
Basil Ruysdael
Jerome Cowan
Erin O'Brien-Moore
Synopsis:
An elderly couple tie the knot. [RF]


1.02 General Electric Theater: RIDE THE RIVER
08Feb53 CBS Sun (rerun 28Jun53)
Directed by Sheldon Leonard
starring
Broderick Crawford.. Scott
Skip Homeier ....... Pecos Kid (as Skippy Homeier)
Virginia Gregg ..... May
Neville Brand ...... Curly
Will Wright
Frank McDonald
Bob Crane
Synopsis:
Two law enforcement officers and a dangerous young outlaw fight their way back against a common
enemy to civilization and surprising justice. [RF]

 

5.19 [151] The Fred Waring Show:
15Feb1953 CBS Sun


1.03 General Electric Theater: HIRED MOTHER
22Feb53 CBS Sun
starring
Macdonald Carey
Laraine Day
Gigi Perreau
Sandy Drescher
Peter Votrian
Synopsis:
A single father of three attempts to raise his children and decides to hire a mother for them. [RF]


1.04 General Electric Theater: BEST SELLER
01Mar53 CBS Sun
Teleplay by David Dohem; from the William Sydney Porter Story
starring
Sir Cedric Hardwicke
Diana Lynn
Sheldon Leonard
Dayton Lummis
John Dodsworth
Evelyn Ankers
Barbara Morrison
Catherine Gilmore
Synopsis:
British novelist Hilary Joyce comes to America to promote his book and encounters a beautiful woman
who changes his beliefs in living. [RF]


5.20 [152] The Fred Waring Show:
08Mar1953 CBS Sun

 
1.05 General Electric Theater: WINNERS NEVER LOSE
15Mar53 CBS Sun
starring
Pat O'Brien
Ruth Hussey
Ward Bond
Frank Jenks
Murray Alper
John Gallaudet
Virginia Grey
Sara Haden
Elena Verdugo
Synopsis:
A gambler who suffers a head injury is nursed back to health by non-traditional methods and the
head doctor is not thrilled by it. [RF]

1.06 General Electric Theater: TRAPPED
22Mar53 CBS Sun
starring
Dan O'Herlihy
Nina Foch
Francis L. Sullivan
Stephen McNally
Jerry Hayes
Synopsis:
A husband suspects that his wife is plotting his murder.
Synopsis 2:
A husband suspects that his wife is plotting his murder. [RF]
*Note: Syndication airing on Command Performance 15Nov58.

5.21 [153] The Fred Waring Show:
29Mar1953 CBS Sun

5.22 [154] The Fred Waring Show:
05Apr1953 CBS Sun

5.23 [155] The Fred Waring Show:
12Apr1953 CBS Sun

5.24 [156] The Fred Waring Show:
19Apr1953 CBS Sun

5.25 [157] The Fred Waring Show:
26Apr1953 CBS Sun

5.26 [158] The Fred Waring Show:
03May1953 CBS Sun

5.27 [159] The Fred Waring Show:
10May1953 CBS Sun

5.28 [160] The Fred Waring Show:
17May1953 CBS Sun

5.29 [161] The Fred Waring Show:
24May1953 CBS Sun

5.30 [162] The Fred Waring Show:
31May1953 CBS Sun

5.31 [163] The Fred Waring Show:
07Jun1953 CBS Sun

5.32 [164] The Fred Waring Show:
14Jun1953 CBS Sun

5.33 [165] The Fred Waring Show:
21Jun1953 CBS Sun


*NOTE: General Electric starts up again with a repeat of "Ride the River" on June 28, 1953.

######### General Electric Theater ###########
############## end of season 1 ###############
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