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NASH AIRFLYTE THEATRE

CBS Thurs 10:30-11:00

Sep 21, 1950 to March 15, 1951

 

Live New York anthology series

 

hosted by William Gaxton

 

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Ep 1.01 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: A DOUBLE-EYED DECEIVER

21-Sep-1950 CBS Thu

story by O. Henry

starring

Van Heflin

John Payne

Ian Keith

Ralph Riggs

 

Ep 1.02 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: BORROWED MEMORY

28-Sep-1950 CBS Thu

starring

Ruth Hussey

Torin Thatcher

Chester Stratton

 

Ep 1.03 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: PORTRAIT OF LYDIA

05-Oct-1950 CBS Thu

starring

David Niven

Mary Beth Hughes

 

Ep 1.04 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE BOOR

12-Oct-1950 CBS Thu

written by Ellis Marcus

from a story by Anton Chekov

producer/director Marc Daniels

starring

Fredric March

Anna Minot

Frank Sutton

Jon Lormer

Synopsis:

Set in Russia at the turn of the century, a beautiful widow and one

of her husband's creditors meet and fall in love.

 

Ep 1.05 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE BOX SUPPER

19-Oct-1950 CBS Thu

starring

Marguerite Piazza

Dorothy Peterson

*Note: Metropolitan Opera soprano Marguerite Piazza starred in

this original musical comedy episode.

 

Ep 1.06 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: MUNICIPAL REPORT

26-Oct-1950 CBS Thu

starring

Herbert Marshall

 

Ep 1.07 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE CUT GLASS BOWL

02-Nov-1950 CBS Thu

starring

Martha Scott

 

Ep 1.08 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: I WON'T TAKE A MINUTE

09-Nov-1950 CBS Thu

story by Cornell Woolrich ("Finger of Doom")

starring

Dane Clark

 

Ep 1.09 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: SUPPRESSED DESIRES

16-Nov-1950 CBS Thu

starring

Meg Mundy

Lee Bowman

 

Ep 1.10 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE DOLL IN THE PINK SILK DRESS

23-Nov-1950 CBS Thu

starring

Ann Rutherford

Otto Kruger

 

Ep 1.11 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: TRIAL BY JURY

30-Nov-1950 CBS Thu

an adaptation of Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta.

starring

Patricia Morison

Ralph Riggs

 

Ep 1.12 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MRS GORDON

(aka The Case of the Missing Lady)

07-Dec-1950 CBS Thu

written by Marc Daniels

starring

Ronald Reagan as Blunt

Cloris Leachman as Tuppence

 

Ep 1.13 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE WINDFALL

14-Dec-1950 CBS Thu

starring

Gene Lockhart

Peggy Conklin

 

Ep 1.14 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: MOLLY MORGAN

21-Dec-1950 CBS Thu

first televised adaptation of John Steinbeck story.

starring

James Broderick

Barbara Bel Geddes as Molly Morgan

Jane Seymour

 

Ep 1.15 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE KIND MR. SMITH

28-Dec-1950 CBS Thu

starring

Basil Rathbone

Bethel Leslie

Vinton Hayworth

 

Ep 1.16 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: WALTZ DREAM

04-Jan-1951 CBS Thu

starring

Marcia Van Dyke

Kitty Carlisle

Jimmy Carroll

 

Ep 1.17 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE LIPSTICK

11-Jan-1951 CBS Thu

starring

Jane Wyatt

Robert Pastene

Donald Curtis

 

Ep 1.18 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: POT'O'GOLD

18-Jan-1951 CBS Thu

starring

Joan Blondell

Richard Arlen

 

Ep 1.19 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE CASE OF THE CALICO DOG

25-Jan-1951 CBS Thu

starring

Nina Foch

Lucile Watson

 

Ep 1.20 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE CRISIS

01-Feb-1951 CBS Thu

starring

Laraine Day

 

Ep 1.21 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: PEGGY

08-Feb-1951 CBS Thu

starring

Joan Bennett

Katharine Alexander

 

Ep 1.22 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: PEARLS ARE A NUISANCE

15-Feb-1951 CBS Thu

starring

Dane Clark

Lionel Stander

Constance Dowling

 

Ep 1.23 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: A KISS FOR MR. LINCOLN

22-Feb-1951 CBS Thu

written by Alvin Sapinsley

from a story by Louise Kennedy Mabey

producer/director David Pressman

starring

Richard Greene

Grace Kelly

Bruce Gordon

Sarah Cunningham

Sarah Floyd

Synopsis:

Set in the Midwest during one of Abraham Lincoln's political campaigns.

 Grace Kelly stars as the young, beautiful and high-spirited wife of a rather

stodgy bank president. Her husband invites a railroad magnate to dinner in the

 hopes of convincing him to allow the bank to finance the railroad man's projects

and to win over the man's vote for Lincoln. However, the railroad magnate seems

 more interested in the bank president's wife than anything else.

 

Ep 1.24 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: no details

01-Mar-1951 CBS Thu

 

Ep 1.25 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE FIDDLING FOOL

08-Mar-1951 CBS Thu

starring

Parker Fennelly

Nathan Milstein

 

Ep 1.25 [--] Nash Airflyte Theatre: THE PROFESSOR'S PUNCH

15-Mar-1951 CBS Thu

written by Mel Goldberg

from a story by Stephen Vincent Benet

producer/director David Pressman

starring

John Beal

Eleanor Lynn

J. Pat O'Malley

Ivan Simpson

Ethel Ramey

George Matthews

Francis Confort

Lawrence Riles

Alexandra Gregory

Synopsis:

A young college professor wins a prestigious fellowship only after he

demonstrates that he is not going to be taken for granted any longer.

 

 

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