CTVA US Anthology - "Lux Video Theatre" (CBS) Season 1 (1950-51)

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 Season 1 (CBS) (1950-51)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox, James Beer
references:
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UCLA Film and Television Archive


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  CBS Mondays 8:00-8:30pm Eastern (30 min)


1.01 [--] Lux Video Theatre: SATURDAY'S CHILDREN

02-Oct-1950 CBS Mon

written by Robert Cendella

adapted from Maxwell Anderson's story.

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Joan Caulfield as Bobby

Dean Harens as Rims

Eileen Heckart as Florie

Una O'Connor as Mrs. Gorlick

Ralph Riggs as Mr. Halevy

Peter Thompson as Messenger

John Ericson as Mike

 

1.02 [--] Lux Video Theatre: ROSALIND

09-Oct-1950 CBS Mon

directed by Larry Goldwasser

starring

Luise Rainer as Mrs. Page

David Wainwright as Charles Roche

Kate Tomlinson as Dame Quickly

Edward H. Kramer as Messenger

 

1.03 [--] Lux Video Theatre: SHADOW ON THE HEART

16-Oct-1950 CBS Mon

written by Robert Cendedella

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Veronica Lake as Stormy Denton

Gene Lyons as Red Galligher

Roy Fant as Gramps

William Kemp as Steve

Robert Allen as Skipper

Myron Kellin as Tuttle

Walter Matthau as First Coastguardsman

Virginia Tate as Nurse

 

1.04 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE VALIENT

23-Oct-1950 CBS Mon

directed by Larry Goldwasser

starring

Zachary Scott as James Dyke

Harold E. Vermilyea as Warden Holt

Wendy Drew as The Girl

Graham W. Velsey as Father Daly

Hy Anzel as Dan

Edmund Morris as Jailer

Bill Hellinger as Prisoner #1

James Reason as Prisoner #2

 

1.05 [--] Lux Video Theatre: MINE TO HAVE

30-Oct-1950 CBS Mon

written by Robert Cendedella

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Nina Foch as Flo

Andrew Duggan as Mahoney

Muriel Landers as Head Nurse

Eileen Page as Smitty

Maxine Stuart as Millie

Janet Fox as Henrietta

Norma Winters as Addie

 

1.06 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THAT WONDERFUL NIGHT

06-Nov-1950 CBS Mon

written by Ellis Marcus

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Angela Lansbury as Leslie

Thomas Glen Langan as Arnold Imes

Cliff Hall as Jameson

Jean Sincere as Grace

Harry Davis as Sims

Terry O'Sullivan as Announcer

Tom McElhaney as Daniels

Henrietta Moore as Hope Beauville

 

1.07 [--] Lux Video Theatre: GALLANT LADY

13-Nov-1950 CBS Mon

written by John Robert Lloyd

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Ruth Hussey as Linda Carson

Herbert Rudley as Doctor Carson

Audra Lindley as Irene Stoddard

John Steven as Paul Hewitt

Fran Lee as Selma

Elizabeth Dillon as Miss Lee

Helen Marcy as Marilyn Adams

Leon Shaw as Peter Adams

 

1.08 [--] Lux Video Theatre: GOODNIGHT, PLEASE

20-Nov-1950 CBS Mon

written by Robert Cenedella

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Franchot Tone as Meredith Whitehouse

Jan Sherwood as Lucy Whitehouse

Claude Allister as Burton

Ruth Altman as Mrs. Dele Beque

Erik Rhodes as Dr. Gardiner

Douglas Gregory as Mr. McWinkle, First Vice President

Donald Keyes as Vice President #2

Albert Bergh as Vice President #3

 

1.09 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE TOKEN

27-Nov-1950 CBS Mon

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Wanda Hendrix as Sumatra

Dean Harens as Epes Calef

June Dayton as Annice

John Stephen as Ira Calef

Ruth Hammond as Mother Calef

Robert Morgan as John Nickerson

Sandy Kenyon as Fireman #1

Lee Filips as Fireman #2

 

1.10 [--] Lux Video Theatre: TO THINE OWN SELF

04-Dec-1950 CBS Mon

written by Joseph Liss

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Melvyn Douglas as James Strickland

Katharine Bard as The Girl

Walter Burke as Benson

Royal Dano as Sergeant Finley

James Sheridan as Sheridan

Roy Baime as Ticket Agent

Arthur Little Jr. Melvyn Douglas Double

 

1.11 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE LOVELY MENACE

11-Dec-1950 CBS Mon

written by Eric Hatch

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Mercedes McCambridge as Marie

Walter Abel as Joe Holmby

Dorothy Elder as Peggy Harding

Sydney Smith as Tim Harding

Jean Sincere as Genevieve Packard

Karen Stevens as Molly Grimes

Elizabeth Dillon as Sarah Wayne

Mercer McLeod as Mr. Overbrook

 

1.12 [--] Lux Video Theatre: DOWN BAYOU DU BAC

18-Dec-1950 CBS Mon

written by Robert Cendedella

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Diana Lynn as Ruth Deeves

Lon McCallister as Ed Brown

Charles Dingle as Mr. Wendell Deeves

Mabel Paige as Aunt Lydia

Hazel Jones as Mrs. Deeves

Tom McElhaney as Mr. Brown

Marga Ann Deighton as Mrs. Brown

Donald Keyes as Minister

 

1.13 [--] Lux Video Theatre: A CHILD IS BORN

25-Dec-1950 CBS Mon

written by Robert Cendedella

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Fay Bainter as Innkeeper's Wife

Gene Lockhart as Innkeeper

Ann Marno as Leah

Elizabeth Ross as Sarah

Robert Morgan as Dismas

William Darrid as Soldier

Alan Shayne as Joseph

Jacques Aubuchon as Prefect

 

1.14 [--] Lux Video Theatre: A WELL-REMEMBERED VOICE

01-Jan-1951 CBS Mon

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Brian Ahern as Mr. Don

Renee Gadd as Mrs. Don

Denholm Elliott as Dick

Karen Laporte as Laura

Robert Oswald Marshall as Mr. Rogers

Robin Craven as Major Armitage

 

1.15 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE PURPLE DOORKNOB

08-Jan-1951 CBS Mon

written by Walter Richard Eaton

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Josephine Hull as Mrs. Bartholomew

Virginia Sale as Mrs. Dunbar

Felicia Montealegro as Viola Cole

 

1.16 [--] Lux Video Theatre: PURPLE AND FINE LINEN

15-Jan-1951 CBS Mon

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Basil Rathbone as Frampton

Rex Everhart as Extra

Ilona Massey as Lady Malvern

Claude Allister as Butler to Frampton

Frances Greet as Saleslady

Adia Kusnetsoff as Grigor

Robert Oswald Marshall as Butler to Lord Malvern

Malcolm Beggs as Lord Malvern

Hugh Green as Bobby

 

1.17 [--] Lux Video Theatre: MANHATTAN PASTORALE

22-Jan-1951 CBS Mon

written by Robert Cendedella

directed by Fielder Cook

starirng

Teresa Wright as Emily

Francis Lederer as Charles

Myron Kellin as Two Times

Murvyn Vye as Tiny Tim

Harold Stone as Clerk

Walter Matthau as Inspector

William F. Sands as Reporter #1

Knox Fowler as Reporter #2

 

1.18 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE SHINY PEOPLE

29-Jan-1951 CBS Mon

written by Eric Hatch

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Kene Holliday  as Wally

Elinor Randel as Mary

Jacqueline DeWitt as Phyllis

Karl Lukas as Bob

J. Pat O'Malley as Alf

Art Smith as Pop

Ruth Hope as Mrs. Thompson

Doris Patston as Emily

 

1.19 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE CHOIR REHEARSAL

05-Feb-1951 CBS Mon

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Martha Scott as Esmerelda

Robert Sterling as Alan

Enid Markey as Abigail

Parker Fennelly as William

Thomas Reaphy as Amos

Robert Le Sueur as Enoch

 

1.20 [--] Lux Video Theatre: ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS

12-Feb-1951 CBS Mon

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Raymond Massey as Abe Lincoln

Muriel Kirkland as Mary

Calvin Thomas as Josh Speed

Walter Davis as Sturveson

Charles Evans as Dr. Barrick

Frank Tweddell as Crimmin

Joseph Foley as Billy Herndon

Ed Cullen as Ninian Edwards

 

1.21 [--] Lux Video Theatre: TO THE LOVELY MARGARET

19-Feb-1951 CBS Mon

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Anna Lee as Julia

Margaret O'Brien as Margaret

Skip Homeier as Kirk

Ivan Simpson as Professor Adams

Pat Gaye as Jackie

 

1.22 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE IRISH DRIFTER

26-Feb-1951 CBS Mon

written by Charles Devlin

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Pat O'Brien as Tim Larkin

Jonathan Marlowe as Robbie Crosley

Dulcy Jordan as Melanie

Robert Dale Martin as Larry

Paul Lipson as Krull

Walter Appler as Cop

 

1.23 [--] Lux Video Theatre: NOT GUILTY OF MUCH

05-Mar-1951 CBS Mon

written by Eric Hatch

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Dane Clark as George

Bonita Granville as Kitty

Maxine Stuart as Marcia

Neva Patterson as Thelma

Biff McGuire as Officer Miles

Roland Winters as Judge Hampton

Maurice Manson as Sergeant

Vaughn Taylor as Court Clerk

 

1.24 [--] Lux Video Theatre: LONG DISTANCE

12-Mar-1951 CBS Mon

written by Harry Junkin

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Miriam Hopkins as Bertha Jacks

Richard Abbott as Warden

Lila Lee as Mrs. McLean

Elinor Wright as New York Operator

Helen Donaldson as Miss Milton

Rosemary Murphy as Oakland Operator

Henrietta Moore as Info Operator

Floyd Buckley as Henderson

 

1.25 [--] Lux Video Theatre: NO SHOES

19-Mar-1951 CBS Mon

written by Lawrence Du Pont

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Jack Carson as Garrison

Ernest Graves as John Norman

Tom McElhaney as Olson

Brenda Forbes as Nurse

Bill Romaine as Doctor

Janet Fox as Mrs. Spragel

Mary Cahoon as Nurse

Charlene Harris Victor as Nurse

 

1.26 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE TREASURE TROVE

26-Mar-1951 CBS Mon

written by Harry W. Junkin

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Bruce Cabot as Tony

Dick Foran as Bob

Barbara Britton as Hilda

Vera Millish as Brenda

Halliwell Hobbes as Justin

Susan Delmar as Hannah

 

1.27 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS

02-Apr-1951 CBS Mon

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Robert Preston as Dowey

Margaret Wycherly as Mrs. Downey

Rosalind Ivan as Mrs. Mickleham

Maida Reade as Mrs. Twymley

Phoebe MacKay as Mrs. Haggerty

Stuart MacIntosh as Mr. Willings

Evelyn Wall as Extra in Street

 

1.28 [--] Lux Video Theatre: COLUMN ITEM

09-Apr-1951 CBS Mon

written by Carol Warner Gluck

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Laraine Day as Sophie

John Newland as Eli Norman

Tom Coley as Jack Harrow

Rita Lynn as Della Weston

Harry Davis as Bill Brady

Ruth Hope as Miss Parker

 

1.29 [--] Lux Video Theatre: HERITAGE ON WIMPOLE STREET

16-Apr-1951 CBS Mon

written by Robert Knipe

directed by Feilder Cook

starring

Walter Hampden as Barrett

Patricia Wheel as Henrietta

Emily Lawrence as Arabel

Judson Rees as Robert Browning Jr.

Ruth McDevitt as Jane

 

1.30 [--] Lux Video Theatre:  HIT AND RUN

23-Apr-1951 CBS Mon

written by Mac Shoub

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Edmond O'Brien as Hal

Alfreda Wallace as Ellen

Christopher Barbieri as Jackie

Carl Don as Tony

Bill Hellinger as Taxi Driver

Andrew Bernard as Announcer

 

1.31 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE SPEECH

30-Apr-1951 CBS Mon

written by Lawrence Du Pont

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Fredric March as Sam

Florence Eldridge as Bess

Roland Winters as Dr. Sturgis

Eileen Heckert as Miss Green

Martin Newman as Bellboy

Rex O'Malley as Speech Instructor

Walter Matthau as Extra

Frederic Carmichael as Extra

 

1.32 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE SIRE DE MALETROIT'S DOOR

07-May-1951 CBS Mon

written by Adrian D. Knepper

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Richard Greene as Denis de Beaulieu

Coleen Gray as Blanche

Frederick Worlock as Sire de Maletroit

Joel Ashley as Captain Philip de Chartier

Paul Andor as Padre

Andrew Bernard as Guard

Frank Boylan as Guard

Richard Hazelton as Guard

 

1.33 [--] Lux Video Theatre: LOCAL STORM

14-May-1951 CBS Mon

written by Harry W. Junkin

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Betty Field as Carol

Ernest Graves as Alan

Dean Harens as George

Audra Lindley as Olive

 

1.34 [--] Lux Video Theatre: WILD GEESE

21-May-1951 CBS Mon

written by Robert Cenderdella

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Charles Taylor as Charley

Evelyn Keyes as Jane

Ralph Clanton as Cyril

Jonathan Marlowe as Jimmy

 

1.35 [--] Lux Video Theatre: SWEET SORROW

28-May-1951 CBS Mon

written by John Whedon

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Sarah Churchill as Linda Forrest

Jeffrey Lynn as Seth Warner

Katherine Meskill as Lucille De Pew

Gage Clarke as Brandon Forbes

Philippa Bevans as Ruth Bogen

Myron Kellin as Eddie Stork

Michael Wager as Ronald Ellison

Seth Arnold as Hotel Clerk

 

1.36 [--] Lux Video Theatre: CONSIDER THE LILLIES

04-Jun-1951 CBS Mon

written by Lawrence Du Pont

directed by Richard Goode

starring

Kay Francis as Alice

Jerome Cowan as Alfred Bragg

Joel Ashley as Myles

Olive Templeton Flannery as Agnes

Marlene Cameron as Barbara

Arthur Jarrett as Hardwicke

 

1.37 [--] Lux Video Theatre: WEATHER FOR TODAY

11-Jun-1951 CBS Mon

written by Ted Kneeland

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Lynn Bari as Kay Plumber

Lee Bowman as Jerry Courtney

Butterfly McQueen as Mary

Joe Di Reda as First Coastguardsman

Leo Bayard as Second Coastgaurdsman

Dick Wigginton as Little Boy

 

1.38 [--] Lux Video Theatre: INSIDE STORY

18-Jun-1951 CBS Mon

written by Nelson Bond

directed by Calvin Kuhl

starring

Robert Sterling as Lew Davies

Lola Albright as Jennifer

Will Hare as Warren

Sally Gracie as Sally

Edward Gargan as Dolan

Terese Hayden as Miss Miller

James Karen as Llewellyn

Edward Horner as Butch

 

1.39 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE PROMISE

25-Jun-1951 CBS Mon

written by Harry W. Junkin

directed by Fielder Cook

starring

Vincent Price as Herbert

Louisa Horton as Ella

Jane Seymour as Sarah

Murray Matheson as Dr. Southford

Audra Lindley as Nurse Claxton

Ursula Campbell as Nurse Brice

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