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 Season 2 (CBS) (1957-58)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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CBS Thursdays 9.30-11.00 pm weekly

2.01 [040] Playhouse 90: THE DEATH OF MANOLETE
prod. #57-1
12Sep1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Script by Barnaby Conrad & Paul Monash 

Based on Barnaby Conrad's novel THE DEATH OF MANOLETE (Houghton Mifflin, 1958)
Directed by John Frankenheimer
cast
Jack Palance  ......... Manolete
Suzy Parker .......... Tani Morena
Robert Middleton ..... Perea
Ray Danton ........... Antonito
Nehemiah Persoff ..... Carras
Esther Minciotti ..... Augustias
Synopsis:
A 16-year-old boy known as Manolete becomes famous as a bullfighter when he

 competes against a once-famous torero who is killed in the ring. The dead man's

manager blames Manolete and ultimately plays a part in the latter's own death

 in the bullring years later. [FMN]

Synopsis 2:
Manolete, one of the great matadors of the modern times, is place in competition

with Marquez, a once-famous man. Angry at the young Manolete, whom he

considers an upstart, the old man insists on entering the arena even though

he is afraid. When he is killed, Marquez's manager blames Manolete.

Ultimately the manager plays a part in Manolete's death in the bullring. [RF]

2.02 [041] Playhouse 90: THE DARK SIDE OF THE EARTH
prod. #57-2
19Sep1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Arthur Penn
cast

Van Heflin ........... Col. Sten
Earl Holliman ........ Capt. Volodney
Dean Jagger .......... Anton Rojas
Kim Hunter ........... Anna Rojas
Jerry Paris .......... Chevak
Ian Wolfe ............ General Kerch
Synopsis:
Set in Hungary during the uprising against Soviet forces, the
unsuccessful sacrifices marked by the revolt of the Freedom Fighters.
And the torment of a Soviet colonel, and a craven collaborationist
embroiled in anger and courage. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A Soviet commander sent to Hungary to put down the 1956 revolution

 learns that his troops have captured a band of freedom fighters who were

responsible for his son's death. [FMN]

2.03 [042] Playhouse 90: TRAPEZE
prod. #57-3
26Sep1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Adapted by Ellis St. Joseph

From the story by Benn W. Levy
Based on Marcel Pagnol's stage play TOPAZE (1928)
Directed by Vincent J. Donahue
cast

Ernie Kovacs ......... Topaze
Carl Reiner .......... Regis
Richard Haydn ........ Muche
Sheree North ......... Suzy
Roxanne Arlen ........ Germaine
Stephen Wootton ...... Castle-Benac
Synopsis:
A teacher in a small French private school, fired after refusing to

 raise the grades of a rich but stupid pupil, finds a new job with a

corrupt politician who needs a naive front man. [FMN]

2.04 [043] Playhouse 90: A SOUND OF DIFFERENT DRUMMERS
prod. #57-4
03-Oct-1957 CBS Thur
Producer Martin Manulis
Written by Robert Alan Aurthur
Directed by John Frankenheimer
Host Tony Randall
cast
Sterling Hayden ....... Gordon Miller
Diana Lynn ............. Susan Ward
John Ireland ............ Ben Hammond
David Opatoshu ...... Ellis
Adam Williams
Paul Lambert
Helen Kleeb
Jean Inness
Arthur Batanides
Paul Bryar
George Meader
Synopsis:
In a totalitarian state of the future where reading unauthorized material is a capital offense, a young officer
in the police unit assigned to suppressing illegal intellectual activity catches an attractive young librarian
hiding a banned book, which she than insists that he read too. [FN]
Synopsis 2:
Tony Randall introduces this drama, set in a high-tech future society that does not allow books. Those found possessing them are
exterminated by teams of "bookmen," who then cart the confiscated reading matter off to the "library" for disposal. Bookman
Gordon Miller finds himself attracted to the new librarian, a young woman named Susan. When Gordon discovers Susan hiding a book
in her clothes, he is at once appalled by this act of treason and strangely curious about her. Although she is a Reader, the two
soon become involved in a passionate relationship which challenges all of Gordon's preconceptions about the society in which they
live. Gordon begins to read voraciously, and the two decide to get married. Susan introduces Gordon to a whole underground of Readers;
and he finds it impossible to continue on his extermination missions. Gordon's roommate, also a bookman, grows suspicious. Fearing
for his safety, Gordon finds himself in conflict over his hatred for the repressive society he used to protect, his love for Susan,
and his growing ambivalence about the liberal Readers, who can be ruthless and repressive in their own right.
*Note: Listed after credits as talent are Tony Randall, Nina Foch, Patricia Neal, Marilyn Erskine, Charles Drake, Mildred Dunnock,
Julia Meade, Robert Ruark and Doak Walker.

2.05 [044] Playhouse 90: THE PLAYROOM
prod. #57-5
10-Oct-1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Associate producer Peter Kortner
Written by Tad Mosel
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
Director of photography Joseph F. Biroc
Story editor Del Reisman
Assistants to producer Dominick Dunne & Russell Stoneham
Art Director Albert Heschong
Musical Supervisor Ed Dinstedter
Makeup Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist Larry Germain
Host Mike Todd
cast
Tony Randall ......... Kenneth Rutherford
Nina Foch ............ Mrs. Dorothy Kelly
Patricia Neal ........ Margaret Flood
Marilyn Erskine ...... Katherine Rutherford
Charles Drake ........ George Rutherford
Mildred Dunnock ...... Mrs. Millie Rutherford
Nora Marlowe ......... Mrs. Beal
Lewis Martin ......... Toastmaster
Florida Freibus ...... Woman Reporter
Dennis King Jr. ...... Clerk
Therese Lyon ......... Messenger
Julia Meade
Robert Ruark
Doak Walker.
Synopsis:
When three siblings a prominent criminal lawyer, an Oscar-winning actress and the founder of a college---return home for the announcement
that their mother has won an award from a national magazine, the older woman makers an unusual discovery about her children. [FN]
Synopsis 2:
Story concerns a matron selected by magazine as the "Mother of the Year" because of her seemingly model family. She calls the family
together to make the announcement and finds some surprising facts that lead to conflict.
Trivia:
Peggy Wood was set to star in this "Playhouse 90" episode "The Playroom" but her sponsors of her show "Mama" didn't think it would
be good to have her on a competitive sponsor's show so Mildred Dunnock replaced her.

2.06 [045] Playhouse 90: AROUND THE WORLD IN 90 MINUTES (special)
prod. #57-6
17-Oct-1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Art Cohn
Directed by Byron Paul
Conductor: Arthur Fiedler
Orchestra: Symphony of the Air
Hosted by Garry Moore
cast
Mike Todd
Elizabeth Taylor
Frank Sinatra
Charles Boyer
Maurice Chevalier
George Jessel
Joe E. Lewis
Fernandel
Reporters Walter Cronkite, Jim McKay, Bill Leonard.
Jack Lemmon who describes next week's "Playhouse 90" production "The Mystery of 13".
Synopsis:
Playhouse 90 suspends its usual dramatic format to telecast a remote from Madison Square Garden. There producer Michael Todd is throwing
a big party for some 18,000 guests to celebrate the first anniversary of the Broadway opening of his film 'Around the World in 80 Days'.
Elizabeth Taylor (Mrs. Todd) is hostess. Many celebrities are invited, and some entertainers perform. [RF]

2.07 [046] Playhouse 90: THE MYSTERY OF THIRTEEN
prod. #57-7
24Oct1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis

Adapted by David Shaw
Based on the story by Robert Graves "They Hanged My Saintly Billy"

(Cassell 1957, Doubleday 1957)

Directed by Robert Mulligan
cast
Jack Lemmon .......... Dr. Billy Palmer
Margaret O'Brien ..... Annie Brookes
Herbert Marshall ..... Dr. Knight
Gladys Cooper ........ Mrs. Palmer
Henry Jones .......... Walter Palmer
John Baragrey ........ John Parsons Cook
Romney Brent
Synopsis:
A young medical student falls in love with the ward of one of his professors, is

expelled from school for stealing from the patients in an infirmary, and ends up

 being hanged for poisoning a friend. [FMN]

2.08 [047] Playhouse 90: THE EDGE OF INNOCENCE (film)
prod. #57-8
31Oct1957 CBS Thur

Story by Berne Giler
Directed by Arthur Hiller
cast
Joseph Cotten ........ Robert Rainey
Teresa Wright ........ Carol Morton
Maureen O'Sullivan ... Julia Williams
Beverly Garland ...... Gay Sherman
Lorne Greene ......... Lowell Williams
Dan Barton ........... Jay Pauling
DeForest Kelley (not verified)
Synopsis:
A successful but unscrupulous criminal lawyer falls in love with a

wealthy widow whose brother-in-law's contempt for his legal tricks

vanishes when he himself is charged with murder. [FMN]

2.09 [048] Playhouse 90: THE CLOUDED IMAGE
prod. #57-9
07Nov1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Adapted by James P. Cavanaugh

Based on Josephine Tey's novel BRAT FARRAR (Davies 1949, Macmillan 1950)
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
cast
Farley Granger ....... Peter Ashby/Brat Farrar
Judith Anderson ...... Aunt Bee
Terry Moore .......... Eleanor
Vincent Price ........ Alex
Patty McCormack ...... Jane
John Williams ........ Sandal
Synopsis:
A young Englishman about to inherit a huge fortune when half

of it is claimed by a young stranger with a remarkable resemblance to

the heir who claims he's the man's twin brother, who supposedly died

in his teens under mysterious circumstances. [FMN]

2.10 [049] Playhouse 90: THE JET PROPELLED COUCH
prod #57-10
14Nov1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by Stanley Roberts
Based on a chapter in Robert M. Lindner's book THE 50-MINUTE HOUR (Rinehart, 1954)
Directed by Burgess Meredith & James Clark
cast
Donald O'Connor ...... Dr. Robert Harrison
David Wayne ......... Dr. Kirk Allen
Peter Lorre  .......... Dr. Ostrow
Gale Gordon .......... Gen. Milton Dagby
Phyllis Avery ........ Eleanor Harrison
Synopsis 1:
Kirk Allen is in psycho-analysis because of his crippling problems,
despite being a government scientist. Kirk believes that the powers of
telepathy and teleportation are entering his world. Like a good Freudian
Lindner takes Kirk back to his childhood and his unconscious sexual
stirrings, talking through until Kirk is able to see that his SF imaginings
are just that - imagination. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
The Pentagon desperately calls in a renowned psychoanalyst to mend the split personality

of an atomic physicist who believes that he lives part of his life on another planet and has

worked out intricate maps and star charts for his space journeys. [FMN]

2.11 [050] Playhouse 90: THE TROUBLEMAKERS
prod. #57-11
21Nov1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by George Bellak

Based on his stage play THE TROUBLEMAKERS (1956)
*Directed by John Frankenheimer

*Directed by Franklin Schaffner
cast
Ben Gazzara  .......... Stanley Carr
Keenan Wynn .......... Mr. Sprock
Barbara Rush ......... Clara
Robert Vaughn ........ Steve Sprock
Mary Astor ........... Mattie
Jackie Coogan ........ Bender
Nick Adams ........... Sandy
Synopsis:
One of a group of university students, who beat an outspoken college journalist

to death in a men's dormitory and dumped the body on a road, struggles with

his conscience over whether to report the crime. [FMN]

Synopsis 2:
A college journalist has made enemies of some of the students because

of his outspoken editorials. One evening he walks into the men's dormitory,

 and a group of boys do their best to harass him into an argument. When he attempts

to leave and avoid trouble, they set upon him, beating him until he falls to the floor.

To their horror, they find he is dead. Panicked they dump the body on a road,

agreeing never to mention the grim incident. But one boy struggles with his

conscience to decide whether to report the death or remain silent. [RF]
*Note: Discrepancy between directors.

2.12 [051] Playhouse 90: PANIC BUTTON
prod. #57-12
28Nov1957 CBS Thur
Producer Martin Manulis
Executive assistant Dominick Dunne
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
cast

Robert Stack ......... Jerry Cook
Vera Miles ........... Carolyn Cook
Lee J. Cobb .......... Al Bengsten
Leif Erickson ........ Paul Henderson
Marian Seldes ........ Kate Sullivan
Synopsis 1:
The story was about a plane crash and the ensuing investigation, which
finds that the accident had been caused by a pilot error. The surviving
co-pilot, knows that he was at fault but places the blame on the
plane's dead captain. A Civil Aeronautics Board investigator, eventually
gets the pilot to break down and tell the truth. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A Civil Aeronautics Board investigation determines that the reason a plane crashed,

killing all aboard except one of the pilots, is that either the dead pilot or the survivor

became panic-stricken and pushed the wrong button, but the investigators

aren't sure which one was at fault. [FMN]

2.13 [052] Playhouse 90: GALVANIZED YANKEE (film)
prod #57-13
05Dec1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Winston O'Keefe
Written by Russell S. Hughes
Based on Gordon D. Shirreffs' novel MASSACRE CREEK

 (Popular Library pb #832, 1958)
Directed by Paul Wendkos
Director of photography George Diskant
Film editor Chandler House
cast

Lloyd Nolan .......... Capt. Kuyper
James Whitmore ...... Capt. Miles Shay
Victor Jory .......... Capt. Hume
Neville Brand ........ Sgt. Duggan
Chuck Courtney ....... Bob Shay
Martha Vickers
William Boyette
Synopsis 1:
In a Northern prisoner-of-war camp during the Civil War, a crippled
Yankee commander has a rebellious Rebel executed. The dead man's brother,
also a prisoner, vows vengeance. He volunteers to accompany the commander
on a mission, planning to murder him along the way but changes his mind
and escapes instead, deciding the commander is "already dead."
The commander, a changed man, covers up for the escapees and himself
faces court martial. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A Confederate captain held prisoner of war in a Union camp vows revenge

 when the commandant orders his brother, who is also a prisoner,

executed for attacking a guard. [FMN]

2.14 [053] Playhouse 90: THE THUNDERING WAVE
prod. #57-14
12Dec1957 CBS Thur

Written by Robert Alan Aurthur
Directed by John Frankenheimer
cast
James Mason ......... Sidney Lowe
Franchot Tone ........ Allen Grant
Joan Bennett ......... Vickie Maxwell
Pamela Mason ......... Marcia Lowe
Susan Oliver ......... Louise Grant
Jack Klugman ......... Lew Downs
Synopsis:
After a long marital and professional separation, an acting couple are

asked to do a play together with the husband cast as the wife's father.

The conflict between them is further aggravated when they disagree

 violently over whether their daughter should get married. [FMN]

2.15 [054] Playhouse 90: FOR I HAVE LOVED STRANGERS
prod #57-15
19Dec1957 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by Elick Moll
Story by Don Murray & Fred Clasel
Directed by Franklin Schaffner

 Hosted by Hedda Hopper
cast
Don Murray ........... Bob Munson
Hope Lange ........... Raiya
Robert Flemyng ....... Dr. Farlo
Vladimir Sokoloff .... Bartok
Werner Klemperer ..... Boris
Synopsis 1:
A young American in need of a job finds a position on the staff of a displaced
persons camp in Italy. He falls in love with a young girl refugee from Czechoslovakia.
But when the young lovers plan to marry, they don't foresee the problems involved in
bringing the bride to America. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
The marriage plans of a young Czech woman and a young man on staff of

a displaced persons camp in Czechoslovakia are thwarted by the red tape

involved in bringing a foreign bride to the United States. [FMN]

2.16 [055] Playhouse 90: THE LONE WOMAN
prod. #57-16
26Dec1957 CBS Thur

written by Al C. Ward

Directed by Unknown
cast
Kathryn Grayson ....... Lone Woman
Scott Brady ........ William Bent
Vincent Price ...... Jesse White
Raymond Burr ...... Charles Bent
Jack Lord ....... Jim Kester
Buddy Baer ........ Angel
Harry Carey, Jr. ......... Cliff Eastland
Synopsis:
A trading post owner in the Colorado territory of 1830 seeks

 the annulment of the marriage between his brother and business

partner and a beautiful Cheyenne woman. [FMN]

2.17 [056] Playhouse 90: REUNION
prod #57-17
02Jan1958 CBS Thur
Story by Merle Miller
Based on his novel REUNION (Viking, 1954)
Directed by UNKNOWN
cast
Hugh O'Brian ......... Jason Merrick
Martha Hyer .......... Louise Merrick
Dane Clark ........... Saul Leventhal
Charles Drake ........ Guy Schmitt
Jack Lord ............ Homer Aswell
Neva Patterson ....... Elizabeth Murray
Patricia Barry ....... Lucille
Frances Farmer ....... Val Schmitt
Robert Paget ......... Bell Boy
Synopsis:
A World War II veteran, now a successful lawyer, hosts a reunion party for three

wartime comrades. At the party each of the four reveals a secret about his life. [FMN]

 2.18 [057] Playhouse 90: THE LAST MAN
prod #57-18
09-Jan-1958 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by Aaron Spelling
Directed by John Frankenheimer
Announcer Dick Joy
Host Paul Newman
cast
Sterling Hayden ....... Mitch Barrett
Carolyn Jones ......... Julie
Wallace Ford ........... Mule Rogers
Hurd Hatfield ............ Ivers
Mark Richman .......... Stu
Lee Philips ............... Dan
Malcolm Atterbury
Stafford Repp
Byron Foulger
Douglas Henderson
Burt Mustin
Woodrow Chamblis
Paul Bryar
Michael Ross
Jason Johnson
James McCallion
Tess Landess
Robert Cross (as Bob Cross)
Garry Walberg
Claudia Bryar
Louise Fletcher
Julia Meade
Earl Parker
Helen Richman ... Mrs. Barrett
Charles Bail ..... Cavalry Sergeant
Synopsis 1:
An offbeat hero who schemes to destroy a town because its citizens refused to help when his wife was dying. Now consumed with guilt,
the townspeople offer him the job of deputy sheriff. Killing the sheriff and then claiming that his death was the result of an ambush,
he takes over the town's top law enforcement job. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
After his wife and newborn baby die in a frontier town because the storekeeper demanded full payment for the medicine they needed,
a man settles in the town and works as a bank teller for six years during which he plans his revenge. [FN]
*Note: This episode was made into a movie in 1960 called "One Foot in Hell" with Alan Ladd.

2.19 [058] Playhouse 90: THE 80 YARD RUN
prod. #57-19
16Jan1958 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Script by David Shaw

Based on Irwin Shaw's short story "The Eighty-Yard Run" (Playboy, May 1955)
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
cast
Paul Newman ......... Christian Darling
Joanne Woodward ..... Louise Darling
Darryl Hickman ...... Herbie
Robert F. Simon ..... Sam
Richard Anderson ....... Pete
Coach Red Sanders ...... Coach
Synopsis 1:
A college freshman who at his first football practice broke loose for
an 80-yard touchdown run. His teammates look at him with awe. His coach says,
"You're going to have some future around here, young man!" His girlfriend
awards him with a kiss after the practice and he leaves the field with the
feeling that life is completely satisfying and rewarding. An injury interrupts
his playing and his football career falters. His marriage to his college
sweetheart sours and his business fails. Realizing that they are two good
people who are totally wrong for each other. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
The stock market crash of 1929 causes a college football hero's business to fail.

 His wife finds a job at a fashion magazine and advances in her career while

 her husband sits and broods. [FMN]

Synopsis 3:
Christian Darling remembers in detail the big moment of his life.

 It occurred in the 1920's, when he made an 80-yard run in a college football game,

and the crowd roared. After the game his sweetheart Louise waited for him,

awed and impressed by his performance on the field. Now years later, Christian

and Louise are married. Her father has set Christian up in business and even given

 the young couple a large allowance. But after the Crash of 1929, Louise's father dies,

 leaving nothing but debts. Christian, out of a job, just sits and broods. Louise,

 however, does better. She finds a job on a fashion magazine.

As she advances in her position, her husbands self-confidence dwindles. [RF]

2.20 [059] Playhouse 90: BEFORE I DIE (film)
prod. #57-20
23Jan1958 CBS Thur
Screen Gems Filmed Presentation
Produced by William Froug
Written by Berne Giler
Based on an original story by William Sackheim & Daniel Ullman
Directed by Arthur Hiller
Film editor Richard Brockway
Director of Photography Gert Andersen
cast
Richard Kiley  ........ Dr. David Del Vecchio
Kim Hunter ........... Joyce McClure
Skip Homeier ......... George Weaver
Coleen Gray .......... Carol Dennison
Jay C. Flippen ....... Lester Carr
Joe De Santis ........ Dr. Max Bronstein
John Hoyt ............ Dr. Gordon Harper
Dayton Lummis ........ Dr. Engle
Fred Eisley .......... Anesthetist
Synopsis 1:
An innocent man, doomed to die for the murder of a cop that he didn't
commit, is rushed from prison to the county hospital for an emergency
operation. The surgeon becomes convinced of the man's innocence when he
mumbles a girl's name under anesthesia. The surgeon seeks the help
of a psychiatrist to penetrate his patient's subconscious. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
While performing an emergency operation on a convict sentenced to

death for murder, a surgeon becomes convinced by the patient's mumblings

under anesthesia that he isn't guilty. [FMN]

2.21 [060] Playhouse 90: THE GENTLEMAN FROM SEVENTH AVENUE (live)
prod. #57-21
30Jan1958 CBS Thur
Executive Producer Peter Kortner
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by Elick Moll
Directed by Allen Reisner
Director of photography Joseph F. Biroc
Assistant to the producer Dominick Dunne & Russell Stoneham
Story Editor Del Reisman
Art Director Albert Heschong
Musical Supervisor Robert Drasnin
Makeup Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist Larry Germain
Costumes Lilli Ann

Hosted by Dana Wynter
cast
Walter Slezak ........ Mr. Golden
Patricia Neal ........ Rena Menken
Sylvia Sidney ........ Mrs. Golden
Robert Alda .......... Morris Kogen
Lawrence Dobkin ...... Elbaum
Joyce Jameson ........ Miss Cooper
Howard Dayton ........ Sidney
Peggy Maley .......... Shelley
Judy Nugent .......... Jenny
Don Washbrook ........ Marvin
Amanda Randolph ...... Gladys
Leo Fuchs ............ Bianco
Carol Morris and Ingrid Goude (Miss Sweden) .... Models
Synopsis:
Finding his attractive designer in tears, Mr. Golden, a successful
dress manufacturer, comforts her over dinner and a few-too-many drinks.
He learns that Miss Menken has fallen for the firm's star salesman and
Lothario. But his paternal gesture is misinterpreted by his wife, his
daughter, his friends and his employees. Even the playboy salesman is
shocked by Mr. Golden's escapade. [RF]

Synopsis 2:

Finding his attractive designer in tears, a dress manufacturer takes her out for drinks

 and dinner and learns that she's fallen for the firm's womanizing top salesman.

His innocent gesture is misinterpreted by his wife, his daughter, and his friends

 and employees including the playboy salesman. [FMN]

2.22 [061] Playhouse 90: THE VIOLENT HEART
prod. #57-22
06Feb1958 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by Leslie Stevens
Based on Daphne Du Maurier's short story "The Little Photographer"

(collected in THE APPLE TREE, Gollancz 1952/ KISS ME AGAIN, STRANGER, Doubleday 1953)
Directed by John Frankenheimer
cast
Dana Wynter ...... Marquise
Ben Gazzara ...... M. Paul
Charles Korvin ... Marquis
Pamela Brown ..... Baroness
Vivian Nathan .... Annette
Mimi Gibson ...... Celeste
William Roerick... Manager
Synopsis 1:
On the Riviera, a young marquise and her daughter and friend,
searching for a camera, buy one from a photographer who is drawn
to the marquise's beauty. Returning to the hotel, the marquise
learns that her husband must leave for Paris. The young wife goes
for a walk and suddenly finds herself in the photographer's shop. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Searching for a special camera, a young marquise on the Riviera drops into the

studio of a photographer who is drawn to her beauty. When she learns that

 her husband must unexpectedly return to Paris, she goes for a walk and

suddenly finds herself in the same studio. [FMN]

*Note:
From TIME magazine 17Feb58.
As the marquise, porcelain-cheeked Dana Wynter, whose "lovely hands drooped

down like lilies on either side," coped with blackmail and adultery with equally

exquisite calm. Far flashier was Director John Frankenheimer, whose busy directorial conceits,

trick angles, mirror shots, closeups to the pore, camera peeps through iron grilles,

 even the little photographer's aperture; often upstaged the work itself while accenting

 its hollow passion. Sometimes the tricks of the director, working in tandem with the

 star-crossed lovers and their rococo surroundings, were more attention-catching than the story.

2.23 [062] Playhouse 90: NO TIME AT ALL (on film)
prod. #57-23
13Feb1958 CBS Thur  (rerun 28Aug58)
filmed in Hollywood by Filmaster Productions, Inc.
Produced by Jaime del Valle
Adapted by David Swift & Charles Einstein

Based on Charles Einstein's novel NO TIME AT ALL (Simon & Schuster, 1957)
Directed by David Swift
Announcer Dick Joy

Hosted by Everett Sloane
cast
William Lundigan ..... Ben Gammon
Betsy Palmer ......... Emmy Verdon
Keenan Wynn .......... Marshall Keats
Jane Greer ........... Karen
Jack Haley ........... Stanley Leeds
Regis Toomey ......... Joe Donaldson
Buster Keaton ........ Harrison
Jay C. Flippen ....... Happy Gallant
Reginald Gardner ..... Felix Allardyce
James Gleason ........ Dolph Grimes
Mary Beth Hughes ..... Mrs. Leeds
Chico Marx ........... Mr. Kramer
Sylvia Sidney ........ Mrs. Kramer
Cliff Edwards ........ Webber's Manager
Harry Einstein ....... Mr. Laurie
Florence Halop ....... Mrs. Laurie
Shepperd Strudwick ... Reagan
Charles Bronson ...... Kip
Howard McNear ........ Bertram
Kathryn Card ......... Bertram's Wife
Jack Mulhall ......... Editor
Richard Crane ........ Pilot
Frank Wilcox, Ron Hargrave, Sam Gilman
*
Production Manager .... Glenn N. Cook
Assistant Director .... Nathan R. Barragar
Director of Photography .. Hal Mohr, A.S.C.
Supervising Editor .... Fred W. Berger, A.C.E.
Editor ................ Samuel Gold
Property Master ....... Mike Gordon
Script Supervisor ..... Gana Jones
Set Decorator ......... Raymond Boltz, Jr.
Wardrobe .............. Joseph Dimmitt
Makeup Artist ......... William Wood
Hair Stylist .......... Madine Danks
Sound ................. Roderick Sound Inc
Special Photographic Effects ... Jack Rabin / Louis DeWitt
Technical Advisers .... Dick Whitehead & Edward Tabor
Equipment Rentals C&H Sales Corp
Synopsis 1:
On a night flight from Miami, Fla. to New York, an airliner develops
electrical trouble. In cameo portrayals we see the reactions of friends
and families to the possible fate of the plane passengers. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
En route from Miami to New York a night plane develops electrical trouble,

and the passengers friends and families react in various ways to their possible fate. [FMN]

*Note: Postponed 14Aug58 to 28Aug58 (TVG)

2.24 [063] Playhouse 90: POINT OF NO RETURN
prod. #57-24
20Feb1958 CBS Thur
Adapted for TV by Frank D. Gilroy
Based on John P. Marquand's novel POINT OF NO RETURN (Little Brown, 1949)
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
cast
Charlton Heston ...... Charles Gray
Hope Lange ........... Jessica Lovell
Nancy Gray ........... Katharine Bard
Edward Andrews ....... Roger Blakesley
John Williams ........ Mr. Lovell
Ainslie Pryor ........ Jackie Mason
Synopsis:
Charles Gray has devoted his life to assuring his success as a
businessman in a New York Bank. His wife Nancy has aided him in
his financial and social careers. Gray is being considered for
a promotion to vice-president when he is sent on a business trip
to his home town in New England. As he revisits the scenes of his
boyhood, and sees his old friends and his first love, Gray begins
to reevaluate his aims and attitudes in life. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A financier in line for promotion to vice-president of his firm is sent on a business

 trip to his New England home town, where he revisits the scenes of his boyhood and

 his old friends and first love and begins to rethink his marriage and his aims in life. [FMN]

2.25 [064] Playhouse 90: PORTRAIT OF A MURDERER (on film)
Prod. #57-25
27Feb1958 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Script by Leslie Stevens

Story by Abby Mann
Directed by Arthur Penn
Associate Producer Peter Kortner
Announcer Dick Joy
cast
Tab Hunter ....... Donald Bashor (EMMY nomination)
Geraldine Page ....... Florry
Rudy Bond ............ Eddie
Elizabeth Patterson .. Mrs. Finch
Frank London ......... Jackie
Ned Glass ............ Charlie
Barbara Turner ....... Sandra
Sid Clute ............ Mr. Cooney
Richard Bisutti ...... Bobby
Donald Foster ........ Psychiatrist
Joe Perry ............ Records Officer
Almira Sessions ...... Murdered Woman
Edwin Jerome ......... Judge
Jules Maitland ....... Interviewer
with
Joe A. Mayo, Glenn Turnbull, Bill Boyett and Gary Walberg as Policemen
*
Del Reisman ......... Story Editor
Peter Nelson & Dominick Dunne .. Assistants to the Producer
Walter Scott Herndon .. Art Director
Don Ray ............. Music Supervisor
Ron Winston ......... Associate Director
Brooks Graham ....... Technical Director
Bill E. Grams ....... Lighting Director
John Lamphear ....... Set Decorator
Synopsis 1:
Donald Bashor, leads an exemplary life during the day, and is a
respected member of the community. But at night a change comes
over him and he frequents bars in another neighborhood. After
committing a robbery, he is apprehended by police who do not
suspect that he may also be connected with two recent murders. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A handsome young men with a respectable day job spends his nights

exploring the seamy side of life. After committing a robbery he is arrested and,

 little by little, linked to two recent murders. [FMN]

Synopsis 3:
Handsome 29-year-old Donald Bashor leads an exemplary life during the day

and is a respected member of his community. But at night a change comes over

 the young man and he frequents bars in another neighborhood. After committing

a robbery, Bashor is apprehended by the police, who do not suspect that their

prisoner may be connected with two recent murders. [RF]
*Note: Based on a real murder case, this script was based on

remarks made by Bashor after his convictions and recorded by a tape.

The narration is provided by these tapes . [RF]

2.26 [065] Playhouse 90: THE LAST CLEAR CHANCE (taped)
prod. #57-26
06Mar1958 CBS Thur  (rerun 15Aug61)

Written by A.E. Hotchner
Directed by George Roy Hill

Hosted by Richard Boone
cast
Paul Muni ............ Sam Arlen
Luther Adler ......... D.A. Forrest Garvin
Dick York ............ Scott Arlen
Lee Remick ........... Peggy Maylin
Eithne Dunne ......... Mrs. Matson
John Hoyt ............ Ross Melnichor
Carl Benton Reid ..... Judge
Synopsis 1:
A respected attorney comes out of retirement to defend his lawyer son, who faces

disbarment proceedings on the charge that he withheld evidence in order to win

an acquittal in a murder trial. [FMN]

Synopsis 2:
The day after he succeeds in gaining an acquittal for his client in a murder trial,

 young Scott Arlen turns over to the court additional evidence pertaining to the case

 - evidence he claims has just been discovered. District Attorney Forrest Garvin

 accuses Arlen of deliberately withholding the evidence till after the trial.

Then he institutes disbarment proceedings, and Arlen calls in a more experienced

lawyer to defend him - his father, the distinguished and respected Sam Arlen. [RF]
*Note: Paul Muni received an Emmy nomination for his performance.

2.27 [066] Playhouse 90: THE MALE ANIMAL
prod. #57-27
13Mar1958 CBS Thur

Written by Helene Hanff
Based on James Thurber & Elliott Nugent's stage play THE MALE ANIMAL (1941)
Directed by UNKNOWN
cast
Andy Griffith ........ Prof. Tommy Turner
Ann Rutherford ....... Ellen Turner
Edmond O'Brien ....... Joe Ferguson
Charles Ruggles ...... Dean Damon
Gale Gordon .......... Ed Keller
Dick Sargent ......... Michael
Ronnie Knox
Synopsis:
A bewildered English professor finds himself in a slew of trouble as he defies the

attacks of college trustees on academic freedom at the same time that a football

hero who is an old flame of his wife's returns to town for the big game. [FMN]

2.28 [067] Playhouse 90: THE RIGHT HAND MAN
prod. #57-28
20Mar1958 CBS Thur
Producer Martin Manulis
Written by Dick Berg
Story by Garson Kanin
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
cast
Dana Andrews ......... Leo Bass
Anne Baxter .......... Pat Bass
Leslie Nielsen ....... Ralph Mohr
Stuart Erwin ......... George Clay
June Collyer ......... Trixie Clay
Ruta Lee
Synopsis:
The chief assistant to the head of a Hollywood talent agency is torn between

 ambition and friendship when he learns that the loyalty of his good friend and fellow

agent is being questioned by the boss. [FMN]

  -  27Mar1958 no details -


2.29 [068] Playhouse 90: TURN LEFT AT MOUNT EVEREST
prod. #57-30
03Apr1958 CBS Thur
Adapted by Del Reisman
Based on Lowell Barrington's stage play TURN LEFT AT MT. EVEREST
Directed by UNKNOWN
cast
Peter Lorre ......... Tenzing
Fess Parker ......... Pvt. Linus Powell

Patricia Cutts ...... Sally Gates
Paul Ford ........... Colonel
Arnold Stang ........ Allencamp
Synopsis:
Trouble comes when Powell is transferred across the Himalayas to China.
He is determined to get back to his girlfriend in Calcutta, regardless of
obstacles like the Himalaya mountains and like the man ordered
by the colonel of the post to shadow Powell. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
After being transferred from India to an outpost in China, on the other side

of the Himalayas, a private in the World War II Air Corps hatches a plot to get back

to Calcutta and the English girl he left behind there, despite the fact that his

 new commanding officer is having him shadowed. [FMN]

- 10Apr58 no details -

2.30 [069] Playhouse 90: THE DUNGEON (film)
prod. #57-31
17Apr1958 CBS Thur
filmed by The TV Division of Universal-International Studios
Produced by Norman Macdonnell
Written and Directed by David Swift

Director of photography, Russell Metty
Cast:
Paul Douglas ......... Emery Ganun
Agnes Moorehead ...... Rose Ganun
Julie Adams .......... Janice Ohringer
Patty McCormack ...... Mahala May
Dennis Weaver ........ Karl Ohringer
Thomas Gomez ......... John Marin
Ian Wolfe ............ Eduard Wingate
Patrick McVey ........ Lt. Galiffa
Werner Klemperer ..... Jesse Eastland
Russell Collins ...... Walter Hinch
Eduard Franz ......... Burton Wheless
with
Ken Lynch, Johnny Crawford
Mimi Gibson, Robert Osterloh
Philip Tonge

*
art director, Alex Golitzen;
film editor, Frank Gross;
assistant director, Marshall Green.
Set decoration, Russell Gausman, Julia Heron;
sound recording, Leslie I. Carey, Joe Lapis;
makeup, Bud Westmore;
hair stylist, Larry Germaine
*
Synopsis:
Wealthy, sadistic Emery Ganun is eagerly following the trial of Karl
Ohringer, who is charged with a killing. When Ohringer is acquitted on
the ground that the killing was entirely accidental, Ganun decides to take
justice into his own hands. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
After a young man is acquitted of murder on the ground that the killing was

 accidental, a wealthy sadist who has been following the trial decides

 to mete out his own brand of justice. [FMN]
*Note: Working title by David Swift "Ganun".


2.31 [070] Playhouse 90: VERDICT OF THREE
prod. #57-32
24Apr1958 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Adapted by James P. Cavanagh
Based on Raymond Postgate's novel

VERDICT OF TWELVE (Collins 1940, Doubleday 1940)
Directed by Buzz Kulik
cast
Michael Wilding ...... Sir John Alexander
Angela Lansbury ...... Victoria Atkins
Yvonne De Carlo ...... Marina Arkwright
Gladys Cooper ........ Mrs. Allen
Cecil Kellaway ....... Dr. Parkes
Carmen Mathews ....... Alice Morris
Rod Taylor ........... Francis Allen
Synopsis 1:
Marina Arkwright is accused of poisoning her young son and is brought to trial.
After her husband's death, Marina turned the boy over to his grandparents
in return for a financial settlement. When the grandfather died and the boy
was due to come into a sizable inheritance, Marina returned to her child.
Three of the jurors selected for the trial bring their own prejudices to the case. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
When a widow is charged with poisoning her young son in order to keep

 him from inheriting his paternal grandfather's estate, three jurors selected for

 the trial bring their own prejudices to the case. [FMN]

2.32 [071] Playhouse 90: RUMORS OF EVENING
01May1958 CBS Thur  (rerun 30Jul59)

Adapted by Leslie Stevens
Based on a Story by F.W. Durkee Jr.
Directed by John Frankenheimer
cast
John Kerr ............ Capt. Neil Dameron

Barbara Bel Geddes ... Sidney Cantrell
Robert Loggia ........ Major Woulman
Patricia Hitchcock ... Irma Jean Deever
Robert F. Simon ...... General Strayer
Carl Benton Reid ..... Colonel
Billie Burke  ......... Mrs. Purcell

Synopsis 1:
During World War II an American pilot at an English air base falls in love with

 a woman in an entertainment group that performs at the base and, knowing it

means he'll be able to see her again, gives up his chance for a stateside

leave and volunteers for a dangerous mission. [FMN]

Synopsis 2:
Captain Neil Dameron, young American pilot, is stationed at an air base in

England during World War II. An entertainment group appears at the base and

 Dameron is attracted to one of the girls. Though she rebuffs his overtures, Dameron

 is determined to see her again. He then learns that a dangerous mission is scheduled

and though he is due to return to the States on leave, he feels it is his duty to stay.

Besides, he'll be able to see the girl again. [RF]
*Note: The Kingston Trio provided background music as well as
appeared as pilots in this episode. The songs they sing are "Scarlet Ribbons"

and "When the Saints Go Marching In".

2.33 [072] Playhouse 90: NOT THE GLORY
08May1958 CBS Thur

Written by David Shaw
Based on Pierre Boulle's novel WILLIAM CONRAD

 (1950; translated as WILLIAM CONRAD, Secker & Warburg 1955 /

NOT THE GLORY, Vanguard 1956)
Directed by UNKNOWN
cast
James Mason .......... Wilhelm Konreid
Ann Todd ............. Lady Diane Goodfellow
Dennis King .......... Sir Wallace Goodfellow
Walter Fitzgerald .... Major Wickham
Synopsis:
In 1939 a Nazi agent posing as a captured and escaped Polish patriot comes

 to London, becomes attracted to a noblewoman volunteering at a hospital,

and is soon offered a job as radio commentator for the BBC. [FMN]

 

2.34 [073] Playhouse 90: NIGHTMARE AT GROUND ZERO
15May1958 CBS Thur (copyright date 10Apr1958)
Script by Rod Serling & Paul Monash
Based on Dr. John C. Clark & Robert Cahn's book NIGHTMARE AT GROUND ZERO
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
cast
Barry Sullivan ....... Daniel Joyce
Jack Warden .......... Long
Carl Benton Reid ..... Gen. Tyler
Ainslie Pryor ........ Beloit
Synopsis:
In 1954, scientists in a bunker on an atoll 20 miles from the site of what

will be the first hydrogen-bomb test discover that the bomb is much

 more destructive than they had calculated. [FMN]

2.35 [074] Playhouse 90: BOMBER'S MOON
(mainly live / portions pre-recorded)
22May1958 CBS Thur
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by John Frankenheimer
Hosted by Cliff Robertson.
cast
Bob Cummings ......... Col. Culver
Rip Torn ............. Lt. Harrison

Hazel Court .......... Mary Jarvis
Martin Balsam ........ Capt. Mantell
Larry Gates .......... Major
J. Pat O'Malley ...... Pub Keeper
Synopsis 1:
An American bomber wing stationed in England in 1943 has flown many
dangerous missions. The fliers regard their commander, Col. Culver, as
a man devoid of any human emotion or understanding. After a mission
in which one of Culver's best pilots was shot down, the overwrought
Colonel singles out a young flier and publicly accuses him of cowardice.
This accusation brings the conflict between the two men into the open. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
The ruthless officer commanding an American bomber wing stationed in England

during World War II singles out a young flyer and publicly accuses him of cowardice

after a mission on which one of his best pilots was shot down. [FMN]

2.36 [075] Playhouse 90: NATCHEZ (film)
29May1958 CBS Thur
Produced by William Froug
Teleplay by Martin M. Goldsmith
Story by E.A. Ellington
Directed by David Lowell Rich
director of photography Gert Andersen
film editor Michael Luciano
cast
Cliff Robertson ...... Danny Carson
Macdonald Carey ..... Alexander Lamar
Thomas Mitchell ...... Mr. Carson
Felicia Farr ......... Valerie Lamar
Ted de Corsia ........ Jenkins
Dan Blocker
Chubby Johnson
Keith Vincent
Synopsis 1:
A Civil War POW returns to the South to find his father is considered
a traitor for refusing to burn his crops along with the other scorched-
earth adherents. He goes to work for and falls in love with the wife of
a riverboat entrepreneur. He finds something to live for when his father
is killed standing up to the entrepreneur and he gets the wife. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A young Confederate officer returns from the Civil War to learn that his father saved

his crops while other planters destroyed theirs to keep them from falling into Union

hands. Denouncing his father as a traitor, the young man leaves home and takes

 a job on a Mississippi River gambling boat. [FMN]

2.37 [076] Playhouse 90: THE INNOCENT SLEEP
05Jun58 CBS Thur
Teleplay by Tad Mosel
Story by Brooks Graham
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
starring
Buster Keaton ........ Charles Blackburn
Hope Lange ........... Alex Winter
John Ericson ......... Leo West
Hope Emerson ......... Mrs. Downey
Dennis King .......... Clyde Winter
Peg Hillias .......... Mrs. Howle

Synopsis:
When a wealthy invalid marries a much younger woman who then insists on taking

care of him alone, his housekeeper becomes suspicious, especially when a young

 man begins to call at the house frequently. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Wealthy invalid Clyde Winter marries a woman many years his junior. Mrs. Downey,

 who has been the housekeeper in the Winter home for many years, resents the

presence of the young wife. When the wife, Alex, insists on taking care of her husband

alone, Mrs. Downey's resentment deepens. She begins to watch the young woman

closely, and becomes suspicious when a young man calls at the house and asks for Alex.

Her suspicions are further aroused when she perceives that Alex is unnaturally ill at ease

 in the presence of the town character, who was struck deaf and dumb at a trial in which

 he was accused of killing his father. [RF]

Playhouse 90: 12Jun58 CBS
preempted for DuPont Show of the Month, "The Member of the Wedding".

2.38 [077] Playhouse 90: A TOWN HAS TURNED TO DUST
19Jun1958 CBS Thur
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by John Frankenheimer
cast
Rod Steiger ......... Sheriff Harvey Denton

William Shatner ..... Jerry Paul
Fay Spain ........... Annamay Paul
James Gregory ....... Hennify, Reporter
Mario Alcaide ....... Ramon Rivera
Martin Garralaga .... Priest
Eugene Iglesias ..... Pancho Rivera
Synopsis 1:
An innocent Mexican boy is sacrificed to a lynching mob by an ineffectual sheriff.
The slaughter leads to a brooding darkness involving the remorseful relatives
of the Mexican youngster and the sullen townspeople. Almost by a chain
reaction there is established a second set of circumstances inviting a
lynching of the Mexican's brother. Only this time the sheriff recaptures a
shred of human dignity and saves the brother, if not the town. [RF]

Synopsis 2:

In the late 19th century in a small southwestern town, a Mexican boy is jailed

and accused of robbing Jerry Paul's general store and attacking his wife.

Paul gathers a mob of irate citizens and convinces them that they should

lynch the Mexican youth without waiting for a trial. At the jail the sheriff

tries to comfort his terrified prisoner as the mob comes closer with

Paul at its head. The sheriff tries to reason with Paul, but finally

sees his efforts are in vain. [RF]

Synopsis 3:
A storekeeper in a Southwest town organizes a mob to lynch the Mexican youth

 who is accused of robbing the store and raping its owner's wife. [FMN]

2.39 [078] Playhouse 90: THE GREAT GATSBY
26Jun1958 CBS Thur
Adapted by David Shaw
Based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel THE GREAT GATSBY (Scribner, 1925)
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
cast
Jeanne Crain ......... Daisy Buchanan
Robert Ryan .......... Jay Gatsby
Rod Taylor ........... Nick Carraway

Virginia Grey ........ Myrtle Wilson
Patricia Barry ....... Jordan Baker
Synopsis 1:
The time is World War I. Jimmy Gatz, ambitious North Dakota farm boy,
enlists in the Army and succeeds in earning a commission. In New York
he becomes fascinated with the social whirl and the life of the very rich.
In particular, he becomes fascinated with Daisy, the lovely young daughter
of a prominent family. But though a romance begins, Daisy's family and
the Army intervene. Gatz, who has changed his name to Jay Gatsby,
is sent overseas, and the forlorn Daisy is persuaded to marry wealthy
Tom Buchanan. Several years later, Gatsby, now a rich man himself,
hatches an elaborate scheme to rekindle the romance. [RF]
*
Nick is the innocent bystander who gets drawn into the complicated
scandals of his wealthy neighbors for the summer: his cousin, Daisy
Buchanan and Jay Gatsby. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A once poor young man comes into wealth and hatches an elaborate scheme to

rekindle his romance with the lovely and socially prominent woman who rejected

 him to marry into her own class. [FMN]

2.40 [079] Playhouse 90: A BITTER HERITAGE (film)
07Aug58 CBS Thur (copyright date 21Apr58)
Screen Gems Filmed Presentation
Produced by Winston O'Keefe
Written by Joseph Landon
Directed by Paul Wendkos
Camera: Henry Freulich
Film editor: Richard Brockway
cast:

Elizabeth Montgomery.. Mary Brecker
James Drury .......... Jesse James
Franchot Tone ........ Frank James
Robert Middleton ..... Luke Crocker
Henry Hull ........... Old Henry
Eva Le Galliene ...... Grandma James
Dayton Lummis ........ Colonel Brecker
Strother Martin ...... Earle Eheeler
Denver Pyle .......... Sam Wheeler
Russell Thorson ...... Sheriff Piets
Synopsis 1:
The James boys, being framed for a bank heist, are
saved by the banker's daughter. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Former outlaw Frank James and the son of his dead brother Jesse return to the

small Kansas town where Frank's mother lives but soon find themselves framed

for a bank robbery and chased by a posse. [FMN]

*Note: The working title of this episode was "The Brand of Jesse James".

Ethel Barrymore was scheduled to play the role of Grandma James but due

 to a broken wrist the role was recast with Eva Le Gallienne in her TV film debut. [RF]

 {Information supplied by Dan Jenkins Hollywood Report dated 22Feb58.


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