CTVA US Anthology - "General Electric Theater" (Revue/CBS) Season 9 (1960-61)

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Hosted by Ronald Reagan
 Season 9 (CBS) (1960-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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######### General Electric Theater ###########
############## season 9 1960-61 ##############
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  CBS Sundays 9:00-9:30 pm EST (30 min.) (weekly)

9.01 [--] General Electric Theater: THE MAN WHO THOUGHT FOR HIMSELF

Revue Productions no. 13157

18Sep60

Written by James Allardice

starring

Steve Allen ........ Andy Fletcher

Lauren Chapin ....... Karen Fletcher

Jayne Meadows ........ Jean Fletcher

Howard McNear ........ Mr. Seeley

Alvy Moore ....... Herb Dennis

Dan Tobin ....... Myron Decker

Williard Waterman ...... Mr. Zachary

Peter Leeds ....... Chris

 

9.02 [--] General Electric Theater: JOURNAL OF HOPE

Revue Productions no. 13152

25Sep60

starring

Jeanne Crain ......... Hope (Blue Wind Woman)

Leslie Nielsen ......... Edward Morgan

Walter Baldwin ........ Henry Clayburn

Claire Carleton ......... Ida Clayburn

Bern Hoffman ......... Si Blackwell

Kathleen Hughes ......... Victoria Willis

 

9.03 [--] General Electric Theater: HOORAY FOR LOVE

02Oct60

written by Larry Gelbart & Woody Allen

 

9.04 [--] General Electric Theater: SWINGING SINGING YEARS (GE Special)

09Oct60

starring

Ronald Reagan

Vaughn Monroe

Stan Kenton

Tex Beneke

Freddy Martin

Charlie Barnet

 

9.05 [--] General Electric Theater: GOOD-BYE, MY LOVE

Revue Productions no. 13156

16Oct60

starring 

Anne Baxter  ........ Ella Harley
Ronald Reagan ...... Joe Harley
Nestor Pavia ....... Pinero
Chet Stratton ...... Dr. Till

 

9.06 [--] General Electric Theater: THE CAMEL'S FOOT

Revue Productions no. 13159

23Oct60

starring

Vera Miles  ......... Debra Stone
Connie Gilchrist ... Rosie Conners
Chris Warfield ..... Hal Stewart
Ralph Sanford ...... Backstage Doorman

 

9.07 [--] General Electric Theater: THE GRADUATION DRESS

Revue Productions no. 13151
30Oct60
Producer Stanley Rubin
Teleplay by William R. Cox
From a story by William Faulkner
Directed by Richard Irving
Hosted by Ronald Reagan
starring
Buddy Ebsen ........ Pa Jericho
Stella Stevens ..... Laura Jericho
Hugh O'Brien ....... Sam Sharp
Ellen Corby ........ Ma Jericho
Tommy Nolan ........ Buddy Jericho
Suzanne Sydney ..... Sally

 

[--] General Electric Theater: Pre-empted

06Nov60

 

9.08 [--] General Electric Theater: THE INFLUENTIAL AMERICANS  (GE Special)

13Nov60

written by Howard K. Smith

 

9.09 [--] General Electric Theater: THE PLAYOFF

Revue Productions no. 13154

20Nov60

starring

Dana Andrews ........ Carl Anderson

Nancy Davis ....... Betty Anderson

Regis Toomey ......... Jimmy

Ryan O'Neal .......... Art Anderson

Carl Benton Reid ....... Clyde Thompson

Vin Scully ......... Sports Announcer

 

9.10 [--] General Electric Theater: JOURNEY TO A WEDDING

Revue Productions no. 13155

27Nov60

starring

Gene Tierney ......... Ellen Galloway

Jim Davis ......... Cole Truitt

Jason Robards Sr. ......... Sam Brady

Dennis Rush ......... Bobby Galloway

Alice Backes ......... Miss Foss

Malcolm Atterbury ....... Reverend Kinnaird

Dan White ........ Sheriff

Don Beddoe ........ Ticket Agent

 

9.11 [--] General Electric Theater: LEARN TO SAY GOODBYE

Revue Productions no. 13153

04Dec60 (rerun 25Jun61)
Based on a story by Jessamyn West
starring
Ronald Reagan ...... Tom Parkes
Coleen Gray ........ Jo Parkes
Michael Burns ...... John Thomas Parkes
Frank Wilcox ....... Terry Brand
Claire Carleton .... Mrs. Henry
Bud Osborne ........ Judge Higgins
Roy Rowan .......... Ring Superintendent
Frank Cady ......... George Hanson
Wally Brown ........ Auctioneer O'Flynn
Synopsis:
Tom Parkes is still attached to the memory of his first wife.

Jo, his new wife, vows to win his complete affection. [RF]
 

9.12 [--] General Electric Theater: STRICTLY SOLO

Revue Productions no. 13163

11Dec60

starring

Sally Forrest .......... Kristie North

John Austin ........ Harlow

Tony Randall ........ Justin Hale

Vaughn Taylor ....... Marlowe

Barbara Ruick ........ Eleanor

 

9.13 [--] General Electric Theater: THE MONEY DRIVER

Revue Productions no. 13165

18Dec60

starring   

Jocelyn Brando .......... Margaret Hobbs

Mickey Rooney  ............ Al Roberts

Teddy Rooney (son of Mickey) ........... Joey

John Litel .......... Frank Hobbs

Stanley Clements .......... Pete

Will Wright .......... McCrain

Synopsis:

Harness racing driver Al Roberts fights viciously to bring in the big money.

And at home he has no patience with his son Joey and pushes the boy around. [RF]

 

9.14 [--] General Electric Theater: THE OTHER WISE MAN

Revue Productions no. 13172

25Dec60

Adapted from the Henry Van Dyke story

starring

Harry Townes ......... Artaban

Abraham Sofaer ......... Rabbi

Francis X. Bushman ......... Abgarus

Madlyn Rhue ......... Deborah

Justin Smith ........ Tigrames

Synopsis:

A wealthy Persian nobleman, Artaban, sells all his earthly

goods for three gems: a ruby, a sapphire and a pearl. [RF]

 

9.15 [--] General Electric Theater: DON'T LET IT THROW YOU

Revue-13173

01Jan61

starring

Gloria Grahame Elena Carlisle

Dick Shawn as Feliz Franklin

Jerome Cowan as Red Meade

Joey Forman as Arthur Braun

 

9.16 [--] General Electric Theater: MEMORY IN WHITE

Revue-13169

08Jan61

starring  

Charles Bronson .......... Soldier Conlon (Emmy nomination)

Bert Freed ........... Armstrong

Sammy Davis Jr. ........... Pancho Villa III

Art Aragon .......... Nick Dorso

 

 [--] General Electric Theater: preempted for The Gershwin Years Special

 

9.17 [--] General Electric Theater: THE DEVIL YOU SAY

Revue-13161

22Jan61

Adapted by Jameson Brewer
From a story by Ira Levin
Hosted by Ronald Reagan
starring
Patricia Barry ..... Geraldine Willoughby
Sid Caesar ......... Nick Lucifer
Ronald Reagan ...... George Willoughby
Synopsis:
A couple of city workmen lift a manhole cover and out climbs an

elegantly dressed gentleman. He thanks them for their aid, then continues

down the block and up the walk of the Willoughby home. To Mrs. Willoughby,

the nattily dressed gentleman introduces himself as Nick Lucifer,

alias Beelzebub, the Prince of Darkness. [RF]
 

9.18 [--] General Electric Theater: THE DROP-OUT

Revue-13162

29Jan61

starring

Edward G. Robinson as Bert Alquist

Billy Gray as Jerry Alquist

Ray Montgomery as Cooper

Carmen Matthews as Mrs. Alquist

Russ Conway as Crane

Walter Baldwin as Johnson

 

9.19 [--] General Electric Theater: A LITTLE WHITE LYE

Revue-13167

05Feb61

starring

Dorothy Malone as Ellen Rogers

Michael Pate as Dick Rogers

Dorothy Newmann as Mrs. Wilton

John Gabriel as Policeman

Pitt Herbert as Realtor

 

9.20 [--] General Electric Theater: THE LEGEND THAT WALKS LIKE A MAN

12Feb61 (rerun 16Jul61)
written by Budd Schulberg
starring
Ernest Borgnine .... Matty Moran
Zsa Zsa Gabor ...... Sari Sanine
William Schallert .. Red Myers
Jason Roberts Sr. .. L.P. Kerner
Ralph Clanton ...... Vic Flanner
James Lydon ........ Larry White
Anthony Hall ....... Lance King
Tammy Windsor ...... Maid

 

9.21 [--] General Electric Theater: A POSSIBILITY OF OIL

19Feb61

starring

Joan Fontaine as Linda Stacey

Brad Dexter as Jock Petrie

Josephine Hutchinson as Mama Stacey

Jane Withers as Sue Ann Baines

Joseph Wiseman as Manson

Chubby Johnson as Summers

 

9.22 [--] General Electric Theater: IMAGE OF A DOCTOR

26Feb61

starring

Ida Lupino as Dr. Mollie Gilbert

Simon Oakland as Director

Robert Lansing as James Wilson

Rita Brooking as Paula Gilbert

Richard Crane as Dr. Reynolds

John Lasell as Dr. Ames

Shirley Ballard as Barbara

 

9.23 [--] General Electric Theater: OPEN HOUSE

05Mar61 CBS Sun

adapted from the P.G. Wodehouse story

starring

Paul Ford  .......... Captain Joe McQueen
Robert Strauss ..... Grover Healey
Gertrude Flynn ..... Mrs. McQueen
Florence MacMichael. Mrs. Healey
Elisha Cook Jr. .... Willy Zucks
Bob Hastings ....... Feeney
Pat Close .......... Joey McQueen
Della Sharman ...... Joan McQueen
Mary Jane Saunders . Martha McQueen
Don Haggerty ....... Police Lieutenant
Jack LaRue ......... Ralphie Fargo
Mike Mazurki ....... Hoodlum
Ray Montgomery ..... Detective
Synopsis:
New York Detective Joe McQueen would like to know how to get Grover Healy,

his freeloading brother-in-law, out of his house. But it isn't until smalltime hoodlum

Willy Zucks shows up at McQueen's home that Grover considers leaving. [RF]
 

9.24 [--] General Electric Theater: THE SMALL ELEPHANTS

12Mar61

adapted by Russel Beggs
from a story by John Collier

starring

George Sanders ..... Major Watkins
Cliff Robertson .... Pegosi
Barbara Nichols .... Leslie Blaine
Jonathan Harris .... Trapollini

Synopsis:
A shady operator named Pegosi tries to get a gullible actress, Leslie Blaine,

to buy a miniature live elephant for a publicity stunt (cash before delivery naturally).

A magician named Trapollini overhears the offer and tells Pegosi he'd like one too.

Pegosi realizes he many have to produce the pachyderm. [RF]

 

9.25 [--] General Electric Theater: LOVE IS A LION'S ROAR

19Mar61

starring

James Franciscus as Bill Taylor

Suzanne Pleshette as Renee Fontaine

Fifi D'Orsay as Simone

Jack Weston as Freddie Pringle

Mariellen Smith as Gloria

 

9.26 [--] General Electric Theater: LABOR OF LOVE

26Mar61

starring

David Brian as Frank Freeman

Jane Wyatt as Beatrice Freeman

Terry Burnham as Lily

Dorothy Ann Collier as Girl

 

9.27 [--] General Electric Theater: THE RED BALLOON

02Apr61

A special showing of the Albert Lamorisse 1956 French

film featuring Lamorisse's son Pascal.

starring

Pascal Lamorisse

Sabine Lamorisse

*Note: From TIME magazine:
The Red Balloon, one of the greatest short motion pictures ever made.

 

9.28 [--] General Electric Theater: SIS BOWLS 'EM OVER

09Apr61 CBS Sun

Hosted by Ronald Reagan
starring
Audrey Meadows ..... Connie Marlowe
Billy Gray ......... Buzz Marlowe
Jack Cassidy ....... Alan Richards
Raymond Bailey ..... Peterson
Zamah Cunningham ... Eva
Synopsis:
Connie Marlowe is responsible for orphaned younger brother Buzz.

He hopes to win some money in a father-son bowling match, so he asks

Connie to get a stand-in father for him. [RF]
 

9.29 [--] General Electric Theater: THE JOKE'S ON ME

16Apr61 CBS Sun
Hosted by Ronald Reagan
starring
Lee Marvin ......... Sid Benton
Bud Abbott ......... Ernie Kauffman
Mala Powers ........ Martha Benton
Kathleen Hughes .... Sheila
Synopsis:
Comic Sid Benton takes a hard-boiled, cynical view of life in his nightclub act

- and finds that it pays off. But he runs this attitude over into his private life,

and loses his wife's affections. His agent, long-suffering Ernie Kauffman,

 tries to reconcile the pair. [RF]
 

9.30 [--] General Electric Theater: MY DARLING JUDGE

23Apr61 CBS Sun

Hosted by Ronald Reagan

starring

Fred Clark  ......... Judge Cyrus Dunn
Audrey Totter ...... Betsy Dunn
Melinda Plowman .... Charlotte Dunn
Anne Whitfield ..... Leila Dunn
Marjorie Bennett ... Mrs. Bennett
Takato Ikedo ....... Fumiko
Willie Tsang ....... Willie
Wally Brown ........ Police Officer
Synopsis:
Judge Cyrus Dunn is determined to get away for a holiday fishing trip.

 At the last moment, however, his wife Betsy insists that the gardener's

salary must be paid. This leaves the judge with no ready cash for his trip. [RF]
 

9.31 [--] General Electric Theater: LOUIE AND THE HORSELESS BUGGY

30Apr61

starring

Eddie Albert as Louie Schmidt

Alice Backes as Mamie Schmidt

Alan Hale Jr. as Hugo Schmidt

Michael Burns as Wilbur Schmidt

Howard McNear as Otto Schmidt

######### General Electric Theater ###########
############## end of season 9 ###############
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