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Magnavox Theatre   (Fall 1950) (live)

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 / Writers Guild of America (wga)

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MAGNAVOX THEATRE
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CBS Production (live from New York)
CBS (Fridays 9:00-10:00pm))(Fall 1950)(hour)(live)
Produced by Garth Montgomery

US Dramatic Anthology series Fall 1950 7 episodes x 60 min (15Sep50-8Dec50)

Background:
Short-lived anthology series of comedies and dramas.

All "live" except #1.6 "The Three Musketeers"

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CBS Fridays 9:00 - 10:00 pm EST (15Sep50-8Dec50)
Live from New York (hour long)
Alternating with season 3 of 
Ford Theatre

3.1 [--] Ford Theatre: THE TRAITOR
08Sep1950 CBS

1.1 [--] Magnavox Theatre: THE TALE OF THE WOLF
15Sep1950 CBS
Adapted from the Ferenc Molnar play
starring
Ilona Massey
John Wengraf
Steven Hill

3.2 [--] Ford Theatre: THE MARRIED LOOK
22Sep1950 CBS

1.2 [--] Magnavox Theatre: THE FOG
29Sep1950 CBS
Adapted from the John Williard story
starring
Francis L. Sullivan
Jack Manning
Peter Hobbs

3.3 [--] Ford Theatre: THE MARBLE FAUN
06Oct1950 CBS


1.3 [--] Magnavox Theatre: STRANGE HARBOR
13Oct1950 CBS
starring
Dane Clark
Geraldine Brooks

3.4 [--] Ford Theatre: ANGEL STREET
20Oct1950 CBS

1.4 [--] Magnavox Theatre: LIGHTNIN'
27Oct1950 CBS
Adapted from the Winchell Smith, Victor Mapes and Frank Bacon play
starring
Victor Moore
Jean Gillespie
Leslie Nielsen

3.05 [--] Ford Theatre: HEART OF DARKNESS
03Nov1950 CBS

1.5 [--] Magnavox Theatre: FATHER, DEAR FATHER
10Nov1950 CBS
Adapted from the Ludwig Bemelmans story
starring
Edward Everett Horton
Kim Stanley
Leora Thatcher

3.06 [--] Ford Theatre: THE WHITE-HEADED BOY
17Nov1950 CBS

1.6 [--] Magnavox Theatre: THE THREE MUSKETEERS (film)
(aka The Sword of D'Artagnan)
Hal Roach Jr. Productions
24Nov1950
Producer Hal Roach Jr.
Screenplay by Roy Hamilton
Adapted from the Alexandre Dumas classic
Directed by Budd Boetticher
(*the first full hour film made for television)
Guest cast:
Robert Clarke ......... D'Artagnan
John Hubbard .......... Athos
Mel Archer ............ Porthos
Keith Richards ........ Aramis
Paul Cavanaugh ........ Richelieu
Marjorie Lord ......... Queen Anne
Lyn Thomas ............ Constance
Don Beddoe ............ King Louis XIII
Kristine Miller ....... Milady de Winter
Charles Lang .......... Duke Buckingham
Peter Mamakos ......... de Rochefort
James Craven .......... Treville
Byron Foulger ......... Verges
Hank Patterson ........ Fisherman
Synopsis:
Provincial swordsman D'Artagnan travels to Paris to follow
in his father's footsteps and become a king's guard, a musketeer.
 The royal advisor Cardinal Richelieu with the help of one-eyed Captain Rochefort,
have disbanded the King's bodyguards in a devious attempt to usurp
 the power of the King and rule France. [RF]

3.07 [--] Ford Theatre: ANOTHER DARLING
01Dec1950 CBS

1.7 [--] Magnavox Theatre: THE HURRICANE AT PILGRIM HILL (final episode)
08Dec1950 CBS
starring
Cecil Kellaway
Clem Bevans
Virginia Grey
Leslye Banning

3.08 [--] Ford Theatre: ALICE IN WONDERLAND
15Dec1950 CBS

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