CTVA US Anthology - "Lux Video Theatre" (CBS 1950-54)(NBC 1954-57)

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 Lux Video Theatre (1950-57)

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with contributions by:  Rina Fox, James Beers
references:
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Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

Lux Video Theatre (season 1) (CBS) (1950-1951)

Lux Video Theatre (season 2) (CBS) (1951-1952)

Lux Video Theatre (season 3) (CBS) (1952-1953)

Lux Video Theatre (season 4) (CBS) (1953-1954)

Lux Video Theatre (season 5) (NBC) (1954-1955)

Lux Video Theatre (season 6) (NBC) (1955-1956)

Lux Video Theatre (season 7) (NBC) (1956-1957)

LUX VIDEO THEATRE
aka Video Theatre / aka The Lux Video Theatre

aka Producer's Choice (syndication early 60's)  aka Curtain Call Theatre (summer title)
Oct 1950-Jun 1951 CBS Mon 8:00-8:30

Aug 1951-Mar 1953 CBS Mon 8:00-8:30

Apr 1953-Jun 1954 CBS Thu 9:00-9:30

Aug 1954-Sep 1957 NBC Thu 10:00-11:00

Host:

James Mason (1954-55)

Otto Kruger (1955-56)

Gordon MacRae (1956-57)

Ken Carpenter (summers 1955-57)

The Lux Radio Theatre was on radio for 16 years before making its debut as a weekly dramatic series.

The first live play, from New York was an adaptation of Maxwell Anderson's play 'Saturday's Children'.

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