CTVA US Anthology - "Schaefer Century Theater" (1952)

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Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive

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with contributions by:

James Beer, J. Fred MacDonald (www.macfilms.com), Rina Fox
references:
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SCHAEFER CENTURY THEATER

Production Company Not Known

for

First-Run Syndication

US Anthology series  1952     14 episodes

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1.01 Schaefer Century Theater: PORTRAIT OF TOBY

24-May-1952

Guest cast:

John Qualen

Lynne Roberts

Synopsis:
Metropolitan Museum guard realizes his desire to have his portrait

painted and unveiled in the museum. [RF]
*Note Syndication airing on Playhouse 330 07Apr55.

 

1.02  Schaefer Century Theater: ANNUAL HONEYMOON

31-May-1952

Guest cast:

Bonita Granville

Garry Moore

Alan Mowbray

 

1.03 Schaefer Century Theater: MR. AND MRS. SPRING

07-Jun-1952

Guest cast:

Onslow Stevens

Ruth Warrick

 

1.04 Schaefer Century Theater: SHOOTING STAR

14-Jun-1952

Guest cast:

Whitfield Connor

Lynne Roberts

Synopsis:
An intruder from space announces to a scientist and his horrified wife that his

people will take over the Earth and do away with all human life. He then proceeds

to hypnotize the scientist, intending to put his fiendish plan into effect. [RF]

 

1.05 Schaefer Century Theater: FROM SUCH A SEED

21-Jun-1952

Guest cast:

Frieda Inescort

Edgar Barrier

Synopsis:
A psychological drama dealing with a mentally unbalanced woman

who almost destroys her daughter. [RF]

 

1.06 Schaefer Century Theater: YESTERDAY'S WORLD

09-Jul-1952

Guest cast:

Bonita Granville

Robert Rockwell

Synopsis:
A forced landing is made in an unexplored land

where prehistoric monsters still live. (film) [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A young girl tells her doctor a fantastic tale of her visit to a prehistoric land. [RF]
*Syndication airing on Pitfall 06Jun54.

 

1.07 Schaefer Century Theater: THE RED BALLOON

30-Jul-1952

Guest cast:

Randy Stuart

John Sutton

 

1.08 Schaefer Century Theater: A MANSION FOR JIMMY

06-Aug-1952

Guest cast:

Robert Paige

 

1.09 Schaefer Century Theater: PLAYMATES

20-Aug-1952

Guest cast:

Natalie Wood

 

1.10 Schaefer Century Theater: CAFE BERLIN

27-Aug-1952

Guest cast:

Robert Hutton

 

1.11 Schaefer Century Theater: THE OTHER WOMAN

09-Sep-1952

Guest cast:

Lynn Bari

Synopsis:
A woman discovers that her husband has secretly

 taken another apartment. [RF]

 

1.12 Schaefer Century Theater: PORTFOLIO 12

05-Oct-1952

Written by Fenton Earnshaw
Guest cast:
Steve Brodie
Robert Hutton

Summary:
Drama with Cold War theme. [JFM]
Synopsis:
Two American agents pursue a Red agent across Europe. [JBeer]
Syndication airing on Film Drama WOR-9 NYC Wednesday 4Jul 56 2:30 p.m. EDT
 

1.13 Schaefer Century Theater: LESSON IN HOT LEAD

12-Oct-1952

Guest cast:

Billy Gray

 

1.14 Schaefer Century Theater: JUVENILE GENIUS

02-Nov-1952

Guest cast:

Robert Paige

 

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