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 Season 6 (NBC) (1955-56)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox, James Beer
references:
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  NBC Thursdays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern (60 min)


6.01 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE

29-Sep-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Richard P. McDonagh
Based on the play by Arthur Wing Pinero
From the original screenplay by Herman J. Mankiewicz
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Teresa Wright ......... Laura Pennington

Dan O'Herlihy ...... Oliver Bradford

Synopsis:
An ex-GI meets a homely maid at the cottage where he

 was to spend his honeymoon prior to his injuries.
 

*NOTE: From Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's classic The Enchanted Cottage,

proved without question that there can be as much happiness in ears

and disfigurement as in girlish laugther.
 

6.02 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE AMAZING MRS. HALLIDAY

06-Oct-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
From the screenplay by John Jacoby, Frank Ryan & Sonya Levien
Directed by Richard Goode
starring

Barbara Rush

Grant Williams

Gerald Charlebois

Virginia Gibson

Dorothy Gish

Craig Hill

Synopsis:
An American teacher rescues a group of orphans during an Asian war

and finds she has problems trying to get them thru immigration.

 

6.03 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE TWO DOLLAR BETTOR

13-Oct-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by DeWitt Bodeen
From the original screenplay by Howard Emmett Rogers
Directed by Buzz Kulik
starring

Gene Lockhart

Karen Sharpe

King Donovan

Barney Phillips

Diane Jergens

Peter Hansen

Synopsis:
A bank employee gets hooked on horse racing and starts to

take money from the bank when his funds run low.

 

6.04 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE HUMAN JUNGLE

20-Oct-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Ben Simcoe
From the original screenplay by Daniel Fuchs & William Sackheim
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Dennis O'Keefe.... Captain John Danforth

Joan Vohs

Synopsis:
A police captain is ready to leave the force and open a law office.
*NOTE: Lux Video Theatre Intermission guest is Fred MacMurray.

 

6.05 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE LADY GAMBLES

27-Oct-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Leo Lieberman
From the story by Oscar Saul
Based on the original screenplay by Halsted Welles, Roy Huggins & Lewis Meltzer
Directed by Richard Goode
starring

Martha Hyer

Lyle Bettger

Synopsis:
A woman joins her writer husband on an assignment and winds

up gambling and almost destroying her marriage.

NOTE: Based on the 1949 film that starred Barbara Stanwyck.

 

6.06 [--] Lux Video Theatre: APPOINTMENT FOR LOVE

03-Nov-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Story by Leslie Bush-Fekete
From the original screenplay by Felix Jackson & Bruce Manning
Directed by Buzz Kulik
starring

Cesar Romero

Julie Adams

Leigh Snowden
Jan Sterling
Synopsis:

A successful playwright and a successful woman doctor have a marriage that is

anything but successful. The fault lies in the female M.D.'s rather objective

attitude toward the human heart. [RF]

 

6.07 [--] Lux Video Theatre: BEDTIME STORY

10-Nov-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by James B. Allardice
Story by Horace Jackson
From the original screenplay by Richard Flournoy
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Marguerite Chapman

Gene Raymond

Betty Blythe
Synopsis:

A comedy involving an actress and her playwright husband. She wants him to retire from

the theatrical world, and when it appears he won't accede to her wishes, she heads for Reno. [RF]

 

6.08 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE HUNTED

17-Nov-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett (as Sandy Barnett)
From the original screenplay by Steve Fisher
Directed by Richard Goode
starring

Richard Boone

Helen Westcott

Synopsis:

An innocent girl is sent to prison by her policeman sweetheart who believes her

guilty of the crime. When she is released on parole, the girl swears vengeance

on those responsible for her undeserved punishment. [RF]

 

6.09 [--] Lux Video Theatre: MISS SUSIE SLAGLE'S

24-Nov-55 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Hugo Butler
Based on the novel by Augusta Tucker
From the original screenplay by Anne Froelich
Directed by Buzz Kulik
starring
Dorothy Gish ...... Miss Susie Slagle
Gerald Charlebois
Craig Hill
Virginia Gibson
Synopsis:

Miss Susie Slagle's is a boarding house for medical students in a small college

town. Miss Slagle takes an interest in a student boarding with her who feels he is not

worthy of the girl he loves. [RF]

*Note: The 1945 movie starred Veronica Lake, Sonny Tufts, Joan Caulfield and Lillian Gish.

 

6.10 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE WEB

01-Dec-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Harry Kronman
Based on the story by Harry Kurnitz
From the original screenplay by William Bowers & Bertram Millhauser
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Raymond Burr

Ray Danton

Arleen Whelan

Barton MacLane
Synopsis:

A young lawyer is entangled in a web of implications and complications

when he accepts a fee to act as a bodyguard. [RF]

 

6.11 [--] Lux Video Theatre: SUSPICION

08-Dec-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Based on the novel by Anthony Berkeley
From the original screenplay by Joan Harrison & Samson Raphaelson
Directed by Richard Goode
starring

Melville Cooper

Louis Hayward

Kim Hunter

Dan O'Herlihy
Synopsis:
A woman is convinced that her husband killed his

best friend and is now planning to kill her.

 

6.12 [--] Lux Video Theatre: BRANDED

15-Dec-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Based on the novel by Max Brand
From the original screenplay by Sydney Boehm & Cyril Hume
Directed by Buzz Kulik
starring

Brian Keith

Jay C. Flippen

Josephine Hutchinson

Synopsis:
A gun fighter poses a wealthy rancher's long lost son to get at the rancher's money.

 

6.13 [--] Lux Video Theatre: HOLIDAY AFFAIR

22-Dec-1955 NBC Thur

Producer Cal Kuhl
Teleplay Harry Kronman
Based on the story by "The Christmas Gift" by John D. Weaver
Screenplay by Isobel Lennart
Directed by Earl Eby
Music Rudy Schrager
Hosted by Otto Kruger

starring
Scott Brady ...... Steve Mason
Phyllis Thaxter .. Connie Ennis
Elliott Reid ..... Carl Davis
Chris Olsen ...... Timmy Ennis
George Baxter .... Mr. Gow
Herbert Butterfield .. Grandpa
Mary Adams ....... Grandma
Charles Cane ..... Officer McClary
Paul Bryar ....... Desk Sergeant
Synopsis:
A department store "comparison shopper" falls for a toy salesman

after she causes him to lose his job. [RF]

 

Lux Video Intermission guests: Margaret O'Brien and Walter Brennan.

 

6.14 [--] Lux Video Theatre: COVER-UP

29-Dec-1955 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Based on the original screenplay by Dennis O'Keefe & Jerome Odlum
Directed by Richard Goode
starring

William Bendix ....... Larry Beat

Jane Howard

Steve Brodie
Robert Vaughn
Robert Wehling
Synopsis:
An insurance detective is sent to investigate the sudden death of a man.

 

6.15 [--] Lux Video Theatre: HANDS ACROSS THE TABLE

05-Jan-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Jack Roche
Based on the story by Vina Delmar
From the original screenplay by Norman Krasna,

Vincent Lawrence & Herbert Fields
Directed by Buzz Kulik
starring

Anne Jeffreys

Robert Sterling

Synopsis:
A playboy and a manicurist are both on the prowl for wealthy spouses.

 

6.16 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE UNFAITHFUL

12-Jan-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Ben Simcoe
Based on the original screenplay by David Goodis & James Gunn
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Jan Sterling

Synopsis:
A husband loses all hope during a murder trial when

his so-called 'perfect' wife isn't so perfect.

 

6.17 [--] Lux Video Theatre: IVY

19-Jan-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Based on the novel "The Story of Ivy" by Belloc Lowndes
From the screenplay by Charles Bennett
Directed by Richard Goode
starring

Martha Hyer ..... Ivy
Synopsis:
The story of a beautiful woman with designs on a wealthy man.

But she is already saddled with a husband and a boyfriend and plots

murder to remove the obstacles. [RF]
*Note: The 1947 movie starred Joan Fontaine.
 

6.18 [--] Lux Video Theatre: WITNESS TO MURDER

16-Jan-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Based on a story by Chester Erskine
Director Buzz Kulik
starring
Audrey Totter
Paul Langton
Onslow Stevens
Hanna Landy
Synopsis:
A young woman informs police she has been witness to a murder. But the man

she accuses cleverly convinces authorities the woman is insane and seeks to

have her committed to an asylum. [RF]
*Note: Based on the 1954 movie.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Ernest Borgnine.
 

6.19 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE GREEN PROMISE

02-Feb-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay Ed James
Based on the original screenplay by Monte Collins
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

James Barton

Jean Howell

Sandy Descher
Synopsis:
A farmer refuses to change his way of doing things

 when he almost loses the farm.

 

6.20 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE STAR

09-Feb-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Dale Eunson
Directed by Richard Goode
starring

Mary Astor

William Hopper

Jim Backus
Synopsis:
A one-time film star is arrested for drunk driving when

a stranger bails her out and helps her back on her feet.

*NOTE: During this episode, the annual "Photoplay Gold Medal Awards" are presented.

The recipients are Jennifer Jones, Buddy Adler and William Holden.

Jennifer Jones is in Europe so Deborah Kerr accepts on her behalf.
 

6.21 [--] Lux Video Theatre: NIGHT SONG

16-Feb-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Based on the original screenplay by DeWitt Bodeen,

Frank Fenton and Dick Irving Hyland
Directed by Buzz Kulik
starring

Richard Contino

Barbara Rush

Synopsis:
A women falls in love with a blind pianist

and she lets him believe that she too is blind.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Dick Powell.

 

6.22 [--] Lux Video Theatre: HIRED WAY

23-Feb-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Ben Simcoe
Story by George Beck
Based on the original screenplay by Richard Connell & Gladys Lehman
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Anne Bancroft ....... Kendal Browning

Lex Barker ........ Stephen Dexter

Synopsis:
A secretary helps her boss out of a legal problem by becoming his wife.

 

6.23 [--] Lux Video Theatre: HERE COMES THE GROOM

01-Mar-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Ed James
Story by Liam O'Brien & Robert Riskin
Based on the original screenplay by Myles Connolly & Virginia Van Upp
Directed by Norman Morgan
Hosted by Frank Capra
starring
Patricia Crowley
Steve Dunne
Robert Sterling
Synopsis:
A carefree foreign correspondent returns to the U.S. with two orphans. He can keep

 them only if he weds within two weeks - and thus begins his hectic search for a wife. [RF]

*Note: Released in 1951, the film version starred Bing Crosby,

Jane Wyman, Franchot Tone and Alexis Smith.

 

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Angela Lansbury.
 

6.24 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE CRIMINAL CODE

08-Mar-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Based on a play by Martin Flavin
From the original screenplay by Seton I. Miller & Fred Niblo Jr.
Directed by Buzz Kulik
Hosted by Otto Kruger

starring

Dewey Martin

Nancy Hale
Onslow Stevens
Synopsis:

Now the warden of a penitentiary, a man tries to help a convict he sent to

 prison three years earlier for accidentally killing a man in a fight. [RF]

*Note: Based on the original film released in 1931 and starring Walter Huston.

 

6.25 [--] Lux Video Theatre: LITTLE BOY LOST

15-Mar-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Turnley Walker
From the story by Marghanita Laski
Based on the original screenplay by George Seaton & William Perlberg
Directed by Earl Eby
Hosted by Otto Kruger
starring
Carl Esmond
Dennis O'Keefe
Johnny Crawford
Jacqueline Beer
Synopsis:
After the war, a radio commentator returns to France to seek his child.

 His wife was killed by the Nazis during the occupation of Paris. He has his

 doubts that the youngster found in an orphanage is really his son. [RF]
*Note: Based on the original film released in 1954

and starred Bing Crosby and Claude Dauphin.
 

6.26 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE STEEL TRAP

22-Mar-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Original screenplay by Andrew L. Stone
Directed by Norman Morgan
starring
Howard Duff
Margo Lee
Synopsis:
An assistant bank manager steals one million at Friday closing, hops

a plane accompanied by his wife who has no clue about the crime.
 

6.27 [--] Lux Video Theatre: IT STARTED WITH EVE

29-Mar-1956 NBC Thur

Producer Cal Kuhl
Teleplay by James Allardice
Story by Hanns Kraly
Directed by Fred Carney
Hosted by Otto Kruger
starring
Thomas Mitchell ... John Reynolds Sr.
David Janssen .... Johnny Reynolds Jr.
Joan Weldon ....... Anne
Taylor Holmes ..... Dr. Harvey
A.E. Gould-Porter.. Roberts
Joan Sinclair ..... Gloria
Lillian Culver .... Mrs. Pennington
Ellen Corby ....... Nurse
Alexander Campbell. Walters
James McCallion ... Frank
Synopsis:
When a dying man asks to meet his son's fiancee, the young man, in desperation,

gets a hat-check girl to act as a stand-in. The situation is complicated by the recovery

 of the father and the real fiancee's demand for an explanation. [RF]
 

6.28 [--] Lux Video Theatre: TABLOID

05-Apr-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Original screenplay by Elwood Ullman & Charles R. Marion
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Scott Brady

Anthony Caruso

Karen Sharpe

Gloria Blondell
Robert Dix
Synopsis:
A reporter is determined to bring down a gambling kingpin.

 

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Sal Mineo.

 

6.29 [--] Lux Video Theatre: TEMPTATION

12-Apr-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Based on a play by James B. Fagan
From Robert Hichens novel "Bella Donna"
Original screenplay Robert Thoeren
Directed by Norman Morgan
Hosted by Otto Kruger
starring
Sarah Churchill .... Ruby
Ludwig Stössel ..... Professor Müller
Patrick Aherne ..... Dr. Issacson
Jean Del Val ....... Professor Dupont
Lisa Montel ........ Yvonne
Dayton Lummis ...... Nigel
Nan Boardman ....... Marie
Carolyn Craig ...... Jean
John Bentley ....... Baroudi
Charles La Torre ... Ahmed
Gail Bonney ........ Mrs. McCormick
Synopsis:
A beautiful but sinister woman plots her husband's murder

so that she will be free to marry another man. [RF]
*Note: Based on the 1946 movie "Temptation" starring Merle Oberon,

George Brent, Charles Korvin and Paul Lukas.
 

6.30 [--] Lux Video Theatre: I MARRIED A STRANGER

19-Apr-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Herbert Abbott Spiro
Story by George Moskov
Original screenplay by Philip Yordan & Dennis J. Cooper
Directed by Fred Carney
starring

Marilyn Erskine

Robert Horton

Patrick O'Neal

Synopsis:
A man abandons his bride on their wedding night only to show

 up a month later when he is accused of murder.
 

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Leif Erickson & Brian Donlevy.

 

6.31 [--] Lux Video Theatre: IMPACT

26-Apr-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
From a story by Jay Dratler
Based on an original screenplay by Dorothy Reid

Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Brian Donlevy ..... Walter Williams

Leif Erickson ..... Jim Torrance
Synopsis:
A self-made businessman buys three factories. His wife Irene is unable

to travel due to illness so he asks his cousin Jim take her instead.

Unaware that Jim is Irene's lover and they plan to murder him.

 

*NOTE: The 1949 film "Impact" starred Brian Donlevy & Helen Walker.

 

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is  Peggie Castle.

 

6.32 [--] Lux Video Theatre: HAS ANYBODY SEEN MY GAL?

03-May-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Ed James
Story by Eleanor H. Porter
From the screenplay by Joseph Hoffman

Directed by Norman Morgan
starring

Gene Lockhart ..... Samuel Fulton
Diane Jergens ..... Millicent Blaisdell
Synopsis:
Old Samuel Fulton has no family of his own and decides to leave

his estate to the family of his first true love.

NOTE: The 1952 film "Has Anybody Seen My Gal?" starred Charles Coburn,

Piper Laurie and Rock Hudson.
 

6.33 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY SIXTEENTH

10-May-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
From the play by Ayn Rand
Based on the original screenplay by Robert Pirosh & Delmer Daves
Directed by Fred Carney
starring
Phyllis Thaxter
Les Tremayne
Helen Westcott
Richard Shannon
Synopsis:
A tycoon's death is shrouded in mystery after his fall from his apartment

window, especially when his assistant is accused of the deed.

 

NOTE: The 1941 film "Night of January 16th" starred Robert Preston,

Ellen Drew and Margaret Hayes.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Alfred Hitchcock.
 

6.34 [--] Lux Video Theatre: PRINCESS O'ROURKE

17-May-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Story by Norman Krasna
Directed by Earl Eby
starring

Diana Lynn ....... Princess Maria

Ed Kemmer
Torin Thatcher
Russell Hicks
Synopsis:
A pilot falls in love with a woman he believes is heading cross country

to become a maid, little suspecting that she's actually a princess.

NOTE: The 1943 film "Princess O'Rourke" starred Olivia DeHavilland,

Robert Cummings and Jack Carson.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Natalie Wood.

 

6.35 [--] Lux Video Theatre: MILLIE'S DAUGHTER

24-May-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Stanley H. Silverman
From the novel by Donald Henderson Clarke
Based on the original screenplay by Edward Huebsch
Directed by Norman Morgan
starring

June Havoc

Olive Sturgess
Hope Emerson
Synopsis:
A divorced mother stages phony charity events to support her family

 until one of her 'benefits' runs into problems with the law.

NOTE: The 1947 film "Millie's Daughter" starred Gladys George,

Paul Campbell and Norma Varden.

 

6.36 [--] Lux Video Theatre: INDISCREET

31-May-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Mortimer Braus
From the original screenplay by Leo McCarey
Directed by Fred Carney
starring
Margaret Lindsay
John Dehner
Marcia Henderson
Marjorie Rambeau
Leslie Bradley
Synopsis:
The political future of the Governor of the Caribbean is in jeopardy

due to his wife's past which eventually catches up to her.

NOTE: The 1931 film "Indiscreet" starred Gloria Swanson,

Ben Lyon and Barbara Kent.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Jan Sterling.
 

6.37 [--] Lux Video Theatre: SHE MARRIED HER BOSS

07-Jun-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
From the original screenplay by Sidney Buchman
Based on the story by Thyra Samter Winslow
Directed by Earl Eby
starring
Patric Knowles
Jan Sterling
Synopsis:
In order to keep a valuable employee, he marries her. When she discovers

the truth she starts divorce proceedings but he has fallen in love with her for real.

NOTE: The 1935 film "She Married Her Boss" starred Claudette Colbert

and Melvyn Douglas.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Victoria Shaw.
 

6.38 [--] Lux Video Theatre: A HOUSE OF HIS OWN

14-Jun-1956 NBC Thur

Written by Loring Mandel
Directed by Norman Morgan
starring
Richard Boone ..... Vincent Giel
Mabel Albertson ... Mrs. Cavanaugh
Gage Clarke ....... Brenner
Charles Meredith .. Dr. Lederer
Victoria Shaw ..... Mona
Synopsis:
An inmate feels he has paid his debt in prison and files for parole.

All are in favor except for one member.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Bob Hope.
 

6.39 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE CORRIGAN CASE

21-Jun-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by S.H. Barnett
Story by Larry Riley
Directed by James P. Yarborough
starring
Anne Bancroft ..... Ann Sommers
Frances Bavier
Steve Brodie
Synopsis:
A woman acquitted of murdering her husband but the cloud of suspicion still

surrounds her. Her daughter and a tenant in the family rooming house

set out to find the real killer of her father.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Lex Barker.
 

6.40 [--] Lux Video Theatre: A YANKEE COUSIN

28-Jun-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Ben Simcoe
Based on Ben Simocoe's play
Directed by Earl Eby
starring
Kurt Kasznar ...... Mike Garcia
Synopsis:
A man moves his family from Puerto Rico to New York City in the hopes of

making a success for himself. He soon finds out that by signing for what he

wants the creditors are soon after him.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Joel McCrea.
 

6.41 [--] Lux Video Theatre: A MARRIAGE DAY

05-Jul-1956 NBC Thur

Written by Merle Miller
Director Michael Drefuss
Hosted by Ken Carpenter from Hollywood
starring
Marilyn Erskine
Ray Collins
Andrew Duggan
Cloris Leachman
Fredd Wayne
Synopsis:
A plain but wealthy heiress does not find the happiness she expected

in her marriage to a handsome young man. [RF]

 

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Burt Lancaster & James Hill.

 

6.42 [--] Lux Video Theatre: STING IN THE TAIL

12-Jul-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Stanley H. Silverman
Based on the play by T.A.W. Purefoy
Directed by James P. Yarborough
starring
Vincent Price ..... Joseph Bently
Mabel Albertson
Ellen Corby
Synopsis:
Greedy Joseph Bently is working hard on his plan to inherit the estate

of a rich relative. Things change when his sister confesses that she murdered

her husband and in order to avoid any scandal he takes extreme

measures to protect his respectability.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Maria Palmer.
 

6.43 [--] Lux Video Theatre: NO ONE TO CRY WITH

19-Jul-1956 NBC Thur

starring

Marguerite Chapman

Constance Ford

John Bentley
Synopsis:
A woman recently released from a mental institute gets a job as a housekeeper.

Things turn for the worse when her employer's wife, an actress arrives

 causing stress and conflict to the rest of the household.

 

6.44 [--] Lux Video Theatre: MISS MABEL

26-Jul-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Harry Kronman
Based on the play by R.C. Sherriff
Directed by Michael Dreyfuss
starring

Elsa Lanchester

Frederick Worlock

Irene Anders

Synopsis:
After Miss Mabel poisons her spiteful sister, she rewrites the will

of her dead sibling to leave the estate to the locals.

 

6.45 [--] Lux Video Theatre: THE QUICK AND THE DEAD

02-Aug-1956 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Clarke Reynolds
Story by Jack Leonard
Directed by Norman Morgan
starring
Jimmy Hawkins ..... Pete Nelson
Ray Danton
James Whitmore
Karen Steele
Keith Larsen
Synopsis:
A Sioux guide leads a wagon train West. A gambler on the trip is suspicious

and believes the guide is leading them into an ambush.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is George Marshall.
 

6.46 [--] Lux Video Theatre: REBUKE ME NOT

09-Aug-1956 NBC Thur

Written by Herbert Abbott Spiro
Directed by James P. Yarborough
starring
Jan Sterling
Forrest Tucker
Synopsis:
An innocent man is about to be convicted of murdering his hypochondriac wife,

especially since he had been carrying on an affair with her nurse.

** Lux Video Theatre intermission guest is Rod Steiger.

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