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 Season 8 (NBC) (1956-57)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide/ Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
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UCLA Film and Television Archive

 

######### Robert Montgomery Presents ##########

############## season 8 1956-57 ##############

################ (final season) ###############

        NBC Mondays 9:30 pm (Hour Long)

 

8.01 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: SOLDIER FROM THE WARS RETURNING

10-Sep-1956 Original airdate

Sponsor: Schick

Director: Perry Lafferty

Writer: Robert Wallace

starring

James Cagney .......... George Bridgeman

George Matthews

Muriel Kirkland

Audra Lindley

Frank Schofield

Synopsis:
An Army sergeant assigned to escort the body of another sergeant to

his hometown for burial. The Korean War is long over and the sergeant finds

people apathetic to his mission and he wonders if the fight has been in vain. [RF]

 

8.02 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: ONIONS IN THE STEW

17-Sep-1956 Original airdate

Based on a novel by Betty MacDonald

starring

Constance Bennett

Michael Evans
Tom Ellis
Robin Morgan
Mary Grace Canfield
William Darrid
Sandy Horn
Terry O'Sullivan
Synopsis:
A housewife living on a small island off the coast of Seattle has plenty of problems

with her two teenage daughters, one of them wants to sing in a Jazz band

and the other wants to date the plumbers son. [RF]

*NOTE: Constance Bennett sings on the show.

 

8.03 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: AFTER ALL THESE YEARS

24-Sep-1956 Original airdate

starring

 Claudette Colbert

Staats Cotsworth
David De Haven
Leona Powers

Synopsis:
A man walks out on his wife and son for no apparent reason. Feeling the

pressures of life mounting to beyond what he can handle he deserts them. [RF]

 

8.04 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: LAST TRIP OF THE HINDENBERG

01-Oct-1956 Original airdate  (rerun 10Jun57)
written by Burton & James Benjamin
starring
Robert Montgomery
Gale Page
David Clarke Lawrence Webber
Karl Swenson
Synopsis:
A dramatization of the final hours aboard the huge dirigible that climaxed in its tragic end.
Synopsis 2:
The first two acts of this semi-documentary stems from a growing sense of tragedy

as the dirigible Hiindenburg sets out across the Atlantic bound for Lakehurst, N.J.

The crash of the airship, combining newsreel films and "live" sequences, is exciting TV,

and the description of the accident by a hysterical newscaster on the scene is faithfully re-created. [RF]

 

8.05 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: SEPTEMBER AFFAIR

08-Oct-1956 Original airdate

written by Theodore & Mathilde Ferro
starring

Alexis Smith

John Newland

Clarice Blackburn

Synopsis:

An airplane's forced landing in Naples leads to a romance which

changes the lives of a pretty young concert pianist and an unhappily

married engineer. The two decide to spend the spare time together,

and become so absorbed in each other that they forget about the time. [RF]

 

8.06 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: PILGRIMAGE

15-Oct-1956 Original airdate

starring

John Hudson

Joyce Holden
Theo Goetz
John Griggs
Betty Lou Keim

Synopsis:
A doctor leaves his practice after his wife divorces him and

winds up on an epidemic-ridden Caribbean Island. [RF]

 

8.07 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: GOODBYE, GREY FLANNEL 

       22-Oct-1956 Original airdate

   Written by J. Harvey Howells

starring
George Chandler
Mary Grace Canfield
Fred Herrick
John Shay
J. Robert Dietz
Synopsis:
Terry Major, top man in an advertising agency, is about to retire to a peaceful

New England town, far from the hustle and bustle of Madison Avenue.

He plans to spend his days growing apples, but soon learns that it's

not so easy to give up a lifetime of ad-writing! [RF]
 

8.08 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: ONE BRIGHT DAY

29-Oct-1956 Original airdate

starring

Sidney Blackmer .......Julian Prescott

Norma Moore
Robert Walker
House Jameson
Synopsis:
Julian Prescott, president of a leading drug company, returns after a long illness and

finds many things changed, including the ingredients of some best-selling medicines.

He postpones a planned recuperation trip to find out just what is going on.

 

8.09 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: MR. TUTT GOES WEST

05-Nov-1956 Original airdate

Teleplay by Murray Burnert
Based on the story by Arthur Train
starring

Parker Fennelly ....... Mr. Ephraim Tutt

Lenka Peterson

William Daniels
Donald Peterson
Danal McKee
Bernard Kates
Frank Sutton
Heywood Hale Broun
Paul Sparer
Joanna Roos
Synopsis:
Mr. Tutt does battle against a crooked store owner in a small Montana town,

is trying to bilk a young mining engineer out of a good diggings. [RF]
 

Note: Based on the series of Saturday Evening Post stories Tutt

and Mr. Tutt by Arthur Train; subject - courtroom drama.

 

 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: Harvest

12-Nov-1956 rerun of 23-Nov-1953

 

8.10 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE MISFORTUNES OF MR. MINIHAN

19-Nov-1956 Original airdate

story by Martha Wilkerson

starring

William Bendix

Horace MacMahon

Synopsis:

Mr. Minihan's misfortunes all stem from the fact that, through no fault of his own,

 he spreads unhappiness and trouble wherever he goes. In other words,

Mr. Minihan is a jinx, and no matter how much his friends love him, they can't afford

 to spend too much time in his company. Thus they are forced to devise

schemes to send Mr. M. far, far away. [RF]

 

8.11 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: PLAINFIELD TEACHERS COLLEGE

26-Nov-1956 Original airdate

Written by James Beach
starring
Jerry Lester .......... Jerry Croyden
John Gibson ........... Hank Blangdower
John Marley ........... Barney the Book
Synopsis:
A group of gentlemen who frequent a New York City poolroom, evolve a plan to

 fool both the newspapers and the local bookmaker. They create a mythical college

and endow it with an equally mythical, but very successful football team. Each week

they phone in Plainfield's winning scores to the newspapers, which gullibly print them.

And each week they also bet on their team and collect a handsome sum from the bookie. [RF]

 

8.12 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: SUNSET BOULEVARD

03-Dec-1956 Original airdate

Teleplay by Doria Folliott
Adaptation of a story by Charles Brackett and D.M. Marshman Jr.
starring

Mary Astor ....... Norma Desmond

Darren McGavin ....... Joe Gillis

Gloria DeHaven
Carl Low
John Griggs
Walter Kohler
Synopsis:
An aging star of the silent screen's emotional involvement with a young

writer ends up in tragedy as she tries to regain her former glory. [RF]
 

Note: Adapted from the 1950 feature film Sunset Boulevard starring Gloria Swanson and William Holden.

 

8.13 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL

10-Dec-1956 Original airdate

Adapted by Doria Folliott
Based on the Broadway play written by Sally Benson
The play was based on five short stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald
starring
Lee Remick ............ Josephine Perry
Geoffrey Horne ........ Travis
Douglass Watson ....... Anthony Harker
Terry O'Sullivan ...... Mr. Perry
Lesley Woods .......... Mrs. Perry
James Olson ........... Captain Dicer
Fran Carlon ........... Mrs. Bray
Barry McGuire
Synopsis:
For teenager Josephine Perry, growing up in the World War I period is not

 a carefree process. For though this intense and sensitive young girl is

constantly searching for love, she finds herself incapable of returning it,

and this eventually alienates her from other people. [RF]

 

8.14 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: MIRACLE AT LENSHAM

17-Dec-1956 Original airdate

starring

 Elsa Lanchester

Barry Jones

Richard Derr
Synopsis:
An American actor starring in a film on location in England, donates $50.

to a rundown church. The money disappears and amidst much

publicity the donations and tourists pour in. [RF]

 

8.15 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS

24-Dec-1956 Original airdate

Adapted from the 1951 Christmas opera by Gian Carlo Menotti

which was written directly for television.

starring
Kirk Jordan ........ Amahl (9 years old at the time)
Rosemary Kuhlman ... Mother

The Three Kings
Leon Lishner
Andrew McKinley
David Aiken
Synopsis:
The story of the three kings on their journey to Bethlehem to see the newborn King.

*NOTE: Kirk Jordan is the only new cast member in this remade production.
 

8.16 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: MUSIC FOR YOUR NEW YEAR'S EVE

31-Dec-1956 Original airdate

Sponsor: Schick

Director: Perry Lafferty

Writer: Perry Lafferty

Cast: (Performers)

Dorothy Olsen (the winning contestant from Name That Tune)

The Night Caps, rock 'n roll quartet

Eddie Heywood, jazz pianist

Henry 'Hot Lips' Levine and his jazz combo

Teddi King

Ann Gilbert

Eddie Dano

Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra

Summary:

Robert Montgomery departs from his usual format to present one hour of music.

Montgomery himself will introduce the numbers.

*

ACT I

"Beyond the Blue Horizon" ......... Orchestra, Chorus

"Little White Duck", "I Know Where I'm Going" ....... Olsen

"Tough Mama" ....... The Night Caps

"Soft Summer Breeze" ........ Heywood

"I'm Gonna Live Till I Die" ...... Dano

"Barefoot Contessa" ...... Orchestra, Chorus

*

ACT II

"That's A Plenty" ....... Levine Combo

"Blue Violins" ..... Orchestra

"Hooray for Love" ....... Gilbert

"Tin Roof Blues" ....... Levine Combo

"My Last Night in Rome" ...... Dano

"Canadian Sunset" ...... Heywood

*

ACT III

"Bamboo Rock 'N Roll" ....... The Night Caps

"Spring Is Here" ....... Gilbert

"Mr. Touchdown, U.S.A." ....... Orchestra, Chorus

"Of Thee I Sing" ....... Cast

 

8.17 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE LIAR

07-Jan-1957 Original airdate

Sponsor: Johnson's Wax

Director: John Newland

Writer: J. Harvey Howells

starring

Norma Moore

Jan Miner

House Jameson

Fred Beir

Barbara Joyce

Synopsis:
A young girl prepares for her wedding to a young man who doesn't know that she is a pathological liar.[RF]
 

8.18 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: GIVE AND TAKE

14-Jan-1957 Original airdate

written by Gail Ingram
starring

Martha Scott

Kent Smith

Synopsis:
A tragic marriage when a woman married into a wealthy family comes

to hate her husband and his family because she can give him

nothing in return for his kindness and chivalry. [RF]

 

8.19 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: CRISIS AT SAND CAVE

prod #57-116

21-Jan-1957 Original airdate

Sponsor: Johnson's Wax

Director: Perry Lafferty

Writer: Burton Benjamin

starring

Ford Rainey ....... Reverend C.K. Dickey

Ray Boyle ........ Floyd Collins

Joseph Boland ....... Lee Collins

Jack Grimes ....... William Burke Miller

  Tim Everett ....... Jewel Estes

 John Dorman ....... Edward Estes

 Leo Penn ........ Marshall Collins

 David DeHaven ........ Homer Collins

 Wayne Howell ....... Neal Dalton

Allan Stevenson ........ Johnny Gerald

 Edwin Cooper ........ Isaac T. Woodson

 William A. Lee ........ Brig. Gen. H.H. Denhardt

John Gibson ....... Professor Funkhouser

Carl Frank ........ Henry Carmichael

Peter Hughes ........ N.E.S. Posey

 Gilbert Mack ....... Edward Brennen

Ian Martin ......... Captain Chaney

Warren Slocum ....... Radio Technician

 Sid Raymond ....... The Medicine Man

Jim Boles ........ The Contractor

Frank Behrens ....... Man #1

 Griff Evans ...... Man #2

Synopsis:
True story of the attempts to rescue Floyd Collins, cave explorer,

from a cave-in comes under the heading of sure-fire material. [RF]
 

8.20 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE CLAY PIGEON

28-Jan-1957 Original airdate

written by Dick Berg
starring
Farley Granger
Phyllis Kirk
Frank Maxwell
Paul McGrath

Synopsis:
A test pilot finds love with a woman already engaged. [RF]

 

8.21 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE WEEK THE WORLD STOOD STILL

04Feb1957

starring
John Beal .... Birger Dahlerus
Stefan Schnabel .. Hermann Goering
George Patelis ... Adolf Hitler
Richard Bowler ... Neville Chamberlain
Geoffrey Lumb .... Henderson
Peter Von Zerneck. Ribbentrop
Justice Watson ... Lord Halifax
Bjorn Koefoed .... Airline Agent
Synopsis:
Swedish industrialist Birger Dahlerus devoted a week trying to

stave off war in Europe by shuttling back and forth between Berlin

 and London carrying proposals for peace right up until September 1, 1939

when Hitler invaded Poland [RF].

*NOTE: This true story shows how Hitler, Goering and company dealt in duplicity.

 

8.22 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE GRAND PRIZE

11-Feb-1957 Original airdate

written by Doria Folliott
starring
June Lockhart .... Lucille Cotton
John Newland ..... Robert Meredith
Ray Boyle ........ Edward Martin
Judith Braun ..... Kate
William Windom
Synopsis:
A secretary wins a quiz show and gets to boss her boss for a day. [RF]

 

8.23  [--] Robert Montgomery presents: WAIT FOR ME
18Feb1957
written by William Kendall Clarke
starring
Barbara Barrie

Dana Wynter
Edward Andrews
Scott Brady

Synopsis:
The younger sister of a very pretty girl lacks self-confidence and tries

to rehabilitate her life with the help of a social service agency. [RF]

 

8.24 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: RECLINING FIGURE

25-Feb-1957 Original airdate

Sponsor: Mennen

Writer: Doria Folliott

Adapted from the play by Harry Kurnitz.

Director: Perry Lafferty

starring

Jim Backus ....... Lucus Edgerton
Scott McKay ........ Sam Ellis
Sally Kemp ........ Cass Edgerton
Norman Rose ....... Astorg
Ralph Bunker ....... Agramonte
Allen Nourse ........ Paul Weldon
Harry Bannister ........ Dr. Hickey
with
Herman Schwedt, Alfred Hesse, P. Jay Sidney
Synopsis:
Reclining figure, the Broadway comedy of a few seasons ago about a wealthy American

art collector anxious to get his hands on a valuable Renoir painting. He enters into

negotiations with an idealistic young dealer, who is willing to sacrifice a great deal
to make the transaction. Romance and forgery enter the story before it's complete. [DM]

  Contents:  Commercials: Mennen. [UCLA]

 

8.25 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE ENEMY

04-Mar-1957 Original airdate

Adapted from the play by Pearl S. Buck

starring

Aki Aleong .......... Sadao
Shirley Yamaguchi ... Hana
Khigh Dhiegh ........ General Mori (as Kaie Deei)
Shizu Moriya ........ Yumi

Synopsis:

In Japan lives a dedicated young surgeon who was educated in America, as was his

lovely wife Hana. Now that the U.S. and Japan are at war, Sadao is kept from the front lines

 to tend the dangerous ailment of an important general. Even during this time of war with America,

Sadao and Hana realize that many influences of their American sojourn are still with them. One day,

a wounded American sailor is washed up on the shore near their home. As a surgeon, Sadao

must try to save the dying man, whether comrade or enemy. But this act jeopardizes the welfare

of his whole household, because of the attitude of the Japanese authorities. [RF]

 

8.26 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: LAST TRAIN TO KILDEVIL

11-Mar-1957 Original airdate

Sponsor: Mennen

Writer: Milton Gelman

Director: John Newland

starring

David White ......... Tom Jackson
Martha Scott ........ Marietta Jackson
Charles Korvin ...... Rupert Farrand
Gene Blakely ........ Greg Fielding
Robert Scheerer ..... Frank Arnold
Millette Alexander .. Jean Spaulding

Synopsis:
A suburban wife is having marital problems. Her husband Tom, anxious for a

big business deal with Robert Farrand, an influential member of their community, accuses

Marietta of being rude to Farrand. But Tom doesn't know that Farrand has made a play

for Marietta. He is also unaware that Marietta has been seeing her former sweetheart in the city.

The main elements of their conflicts are brought to a head when the Jacksons and Farrand

are among the riders on the commuter train's last trip to Manhattan. [RF]

 

8.27 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: HIS NAME WAS DEATH

18-Mar-1957 Original airdate

Based on Frederic Brown's chiller

starring

 Henry Jones

Arch Johnson
Dolores Sutton
Heywood Broun Jr.
Sandy Kenyon
Elspeth Eric
Phyllis Newman
Synopsis:

An ordinary man murders his wife and begins to think of himself

as a master criminal and commits more murders. [RF]

 

8.28 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: ONE MINUTE TO DITCH

prod #57-482

25-Mar-1957 Original airdate

Sponsor: Mennen

Teleplay by James Benjamin

Based on the 1955 novel by Cornelius Ryan

Directed by Perry Lafferty

starring

Charles Cooper

Frank Maxwell

Marc May

Paul Mazursky

Karl Swenson

Gale Page

Synopsis:

Concerns the Pan American B-377 Stratocruiser which was ditched successfully in

the Pacific Ocean off the Oregon coast on March 26, 1955. [RF]

 

8.29  [--] Robert Montgomery presents: A SLICE OF LIFE
01-Apr-1957 Original airdate
written by J. Harvey Howells
starring

Peggy McCay ........ Grizel McGregor
J. Pat O'Malley .... Sam White
Ruth McDevitt ...... Mrs. White
James Pritchett .... Tony Marino
William Taylor ..... Mr. Page
Constance Bennett
Synopsis:
Now that her children are grown and her salesman husband is on the road much

of the time, Mrs. White is concerned about Grizel, her Scottish maid, and Tony,

Grizel's sweetheart. Grizel and Tony do not have enough money to get married,

 but Tony thinks up a scheme. [RF]

 

8.30 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: VICTORIA REGINA

08-Apr-1957 Original airdate

Adapted from the Laurence Houseman play

starring

 Claire Bloom ....... Queen Victoria
Paul Stevens ....... Prince Albert
Leopoldine Konstantin
Norman Rose
Henry Brandon
Nan Martin
Synopsis:
The story of the tragic love affair of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert,

beginning with Victoria at age 18 to the celebration of her diamond jubilee in 1897

covering a 60 year period of her life and that timeless love story of Victoria and Albert. [RF]
 

8.31 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: FEAR STREET

prod #57-611

15-Apr-1957 Original airdate

Sponsor: Johnson's Wax

Director: Perry Lafferty

Writer: William Kendall Clarke

starring

Robert Alda

Joseph Campanella

Millette Alexander

Paul Mazursky

Synopsis:
During Prohibition, two brothers on opposite sides of the law are plunged

into mortal conflict with a girl they both love. [RF]
Note: Subject - gangsters, police murders

 

8.32 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE TRIAL OF PONTIUS PILOT

22-Apr-1957 Original airdate

Sponsor: Mennen

Written by Robert E. Sherwood
Directed by John Newland
starring
Bruce Gordon ...... Pontius Pilate
Maria Palmer ...... Claudia Procula
House Jameson
Max Adrian
Astrid Wilsrud
Richard Waring
John Kellogg
Richard Nicholls
Synopsis:
Already bitter over his assignment as Governor to the relatively small Judea,

when he thought he merited assignment to Egypt. Pilate's life is further complicated

when he is called upon to judge Jesus. Mindful of his own political future and following the

advice of Claudia, Pilate washes his hands of the matter. Pilate's one fear is that he will be

forgotten, but he is assured by a sage that as long as there is a world he will be remembered. [RF]
 

8.33 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE NEW WORLD

prod #57-695

29-Apr-1957 Original airdate

Sponsor: Johnson's Wax

Teleplay by Sebastian Simms
Based on the book "Atomic Quest" by Dr. Arthur Holly Compton
Directed by Tad Danielewski
starring
Philip Bourneuf
Melville Ruick
Barnard Hughes
Lawrence Fletcher
Mark Miller
Guy Sorel
John Shellie
Synopsis:
The drama of the last suspenseful weeks leading up to the

first successful nuclear chain reaction (at Stagg Field Chicago)

which made the atomic bomb a practical possibility. [RF]
 

8.34 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: LONGING FOR TO GO

06-May-1957 Original airdate

Director: Frank Telford

Writer: Martha Wilkerson

starring

 Robert Culp .......... Sam Bullock

Lenka Petersen ........... Nancy Bolen

Joan Hotchins ........... Sarah

Gaines Kincaid ........... Henry

Belle Flower ......... Aunt Kate

Ken McEwen ........ Owen Miller

Carole Somers ....... Midge

 Nelli Blaine ........ Janet

John Griggs ......... Tom Peters

 Betty Ebert .......... Sandra

Synopsis:

A romantic comedy of a producer and his girl friday who's

 looking for more than a work relationship. [RF]

 

8.35 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: RETURN VISIT

13-May-1957 Original airdate

written by Milton Gelman
starring
Joe Maross
Joanne Linville
Peter Falk
Malachi Throne
Synopsis:
A successful New York businessman goes back to a small Midwestern railroad

town to meet the family and friends he had rejected. He comes to grips with his

 past and finds out a startling truth about himself. [RF]
 

[--] Robert Montgomery Presents
20May1957
pre-empted for Betty White's new comedy series debut titled "Date With the Angels".
 

8.36 [--] Robert Montgomery presents:  STURDEVANT'S DAUGHTER
27May1957
starring
Diana Millay
Joan Wetmore
Nancy Malone

Synopsis:
A young woman suspects a romance between her mother and

a doctor and attempts to entice the doctor herself. [RF]

8.37 [--] Robert Montgomery Presents: ONE SMART APPLE
03Jun1957
starring
George Chandler
Mary Grace Canfield
Lawrence Weber
Diana Douglas
Gene Blakely
Woodrow Parfrey
Patricia Shay
Synopsis:
A country girl comes to New York to work for an advertising agency

 and shows the city "slickers" a thing or two. [RF]

 

[--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE LAST TRIP OF THE HINDENBURG

10-Jun-1957 (rerun from 01Oct56)
 

8.38 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: THE WEATHER LOVER

17-Jun-1957 Original airdate

Teleplay by Milton Gelman
starring
Edward Andrews
Jan Miner
Joseph Campanella
Sally Kemp
Norman Rose
Mary K. Wells
Synopsis:
A diabolically sophisticated man controls the weather of the world and tries

 to stretch his luck by controlling love as well.
Synopsis 2:
The Weather lover decides to test just how true the love affairs of two pairs

of friends is by creating weather and other situations for them that are far

 from smooth. He Iearns what man long has known how impossible it is to control love. [RF]
 

8.39 [--] Robert Montgomery presents: FAUST '57   (final episode)

prod #57-1012

24-Jun-1957 Original airdate

Adapted from the play by Johann Wolfgang Goethe

Sponsor: Johnson's Wax

Director: Ted Danielewski

Writer: Robert Wallace

starring

Alfred Ryder

Bruce Gordon

Louis Edmonds

House Jameson

 Farrell Pelley

Synopsis:
A scientist, Faust is striving to solve a difficult equation. Suddenly,

 Green, the Devil's assistant, appears and tells Faust that he can have the

answer if he will agree to the Devil's conditions. [RF]
Subject - fantasy, the devil. 

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