CTVA US Anthology - "Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars" (Revue/CBS) Season 7 (1957-58)

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 Season 7 (CBS) (1957-58)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive (Updated Dec 2014) [RF]
with contributions by:

Rina Fox, James Beer, Sal Crisanti, Tom Alger, Jim Brent,  Heikocleef

references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


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  Revue Productions, Inc. (filmed episodes)  

CBS, Fridays 9:30-10:00pm Eastern (30 min)

 

 7.01 [--] Schlitz Playhouse of Stars: THREE DOLLAR BILL
Revue prod. no. 146A (copyright date 02Jul57)
13-Sep-57 CBS Fri
starring
Steve Forrest ........ Eddie Martin
Patricia Crowley .... Mrs. Martin
George Chandler ... Swede
Vivi Janiss ............. Nora
Robert Carson ....... Mr. Simpson
Olan Soule ............. Salesman
Synopsis:
Eddie Martin is making lots of money at his job and he's happy. Not so his wife, who thinks Eddie should work behind a desk and wear a grey-flannel suit.
In an effort to help her husband get ahead, she throws a dinner party for the boss.

7.02 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: ONE WAY OUT
Revue prod. no. 149A (copyright date 03Jul57)
20-Sep-1957 CBS Fri
starring
Harry Guardino ........ Bill Hungerford
Vanessa Brown ........ Betty
Stephen McNally ...... Lt. Al Merrit
Malcolm Atterbury .... Timsson
Barry Kelley ............. Tenny
Charles Quinleven .... Kirkwood
Synopsis:
A man serving a long sentence finds his only ticket out is through parole and good behavior.

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: STORM OVER RAPALLO
27-Sep-1957 CBS Fri [repeat from 14Jun57]

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: SWITCH STATION
04-Oct-1957 CBS Fri [repeat from 17May57]

7.03 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: SMARTY
Revue prod. no. 127A (copyright date 01May57)
11-Oct-1957 CBS Fri [rerun 23May58]
starring
Shelley Winters ...... Mildred Corrigan
Doris Dowling ......... Ann Standish
Thomas Coley ......... Max Sanders
Paul Langton ........... Stacey Harris
Richard Reeves ...... Mr. Corrigan
Synopsis:
On a boat headed for Panama, a brash, overdressed girl tries desperatedly to make friends with other passengers.
But her outlandish appearance and loud voice make her an object of ridicule. (film)

7.04 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: HIGH BARRIER
Revue prod. no. 139A (copyright date 27Jun57)
18-Oct-1957 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Richard Berg
Directed by James Neilson
Director of photography John L. Russell
Editor Ray Snyder
starring
Vincent Price
Carolyn Jones
Jeff Richards
Synopsis:
A wealthy, domineering wife schemes her husband's death.

7.05 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: BITTER PARTING
Revue prod. no. 156A (copyright date 02Aug57)
25-Oct-1957 CBS Fri
Teleplay by John Dunkel/ Story by Nelia Gardner White
Directed by James Neilson
Director of photography Ernest Haller
Editor Lee Huntington
starring
Paul Henreid ...... Prof. Rhys Lorenz
Laraine Day ....... Mrs. Lorenz
Dayton Lummis
Howard Wendell
Jennifer Lea
Ronald Green
Jane Barclay
William Remick
Synopsis:
After Prof. Rhys Lorenz is blinded in an accident, he becomes bitter at the world. [TA]

7.06 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: DUAL CONTROL
Revue prod. no. 140A (copyright date 11Jul57)
01-Nov-1957 CBS Fri [rerun 13Jun58]
Teleplay by Oscar Millard/ Story by Berkeley Matthew
Directed by Paul Henreid
Director of photography John L. Russell
Editor Ray Snyder
starring
Robert Cummings ...... Spencer O. Spencer
Susan Kohner ........... Lynn Howell
Thayer David ............ Prosser
Walter Levey ............ Railroad Guard
Ray Farrell ................ Roy Hatten
Steve Conte .............. Snake
Walter Soo Hoo ......... Wang
Willie Soo Hoo
Stanley Wong
Bhupesh Guha
Synopsis:
An American flier's plane crashes in the Chinese jungle. A lovely Eurasian girl joins the flier in an attempt to escape the Communists. (film)

7.07 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: THE HOLE CARD
Revue prod. no. 152A (copyright date 08Nov57)
08-Nov-1957 CBS Fri [rerun 18Jul58]
Producer Frank P. Rosenberg
Teleplay by Edna Anhalt/ Based on a Story by Jerome Weidman
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography Ray Rennahan
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Tallulah Bankhead
John Bryant
Isobel Elsom
Ottola Nesmith
George O'Hanlon
Jesslyn Fax
Howard McNear
Sid Melton
Benny Baker
Carol Shannon
Raymond Guth
Synopsis:
Story of a genteel lady gambler who never loses her hunch that her bad luck is changing.
Synopsis 2:
A widowed lady gambler down on her luck thinks that she is due for a streak of good luck ans steals money from a friend to bet on a hunch.
*Tallulah Bankhead makes her film TV debut.

7.08 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: THE LONELY WIZARD
Revue prod. no. 131A (copyright 24Jul57)
15-Nov-1957 CBS Fri
Adapted by Paul Monash (won Emmy for this episode)
From a story by James Moser and Frank La Tourette
Directed by Don Weis
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Rod Steiger .............. Charles Proteus Steinmetz,
Richard Anderson ..... Haydn
Diane Brewster ........ Marianne
Elsie Neft ................. Grandmother
Karl Swenson .......... Asmussen
Hugh Sanders .......... Inspector
Horst Ehrhardt ........ Quinn
Kevin Hagen ........... Jacobi
Gene Harvey ........... Conrad
Chet Stratton ........... Fowler
Fay Roope .............. Dr. Elliott
Rene Kroper ............ Charles, Age 6
Tom McKee .............. Kendall
Sammy Ogg .............. Joseph age 16
Philip Phillips ............. Joseph age 6
Ed Hinton .................. Official
Synopsis 1:
With a snow-white beard and spectacles, the electrical genius Charles Proteus Steinmetz, who developed the mathematical theory of the
"alternating current" and made 200 electrical inventions, including the high-voltage generator became the center of this Emmy winning story.
Synopsis 2:
The true story of electrical engineer Charles Steinmetz. Even as a child in Germany, Charles was lonely, preferring to devise inventions rather
than play with other children. As he grows to young manhood, Steinmetz applies his brilliant mind to problems of electrical engineering.
Synopsis 3:
Even as a child in Germany, Charles Steimetz was lonely, preferring to work with inventions rather than play with other children.
As he grows to young manhood, Charles utilizes his brilliant mind to become an electrical engineer. At 24, he embarks on a journey to America.
It is on board ship that he meets Asmussen, with whom he forms a friendship that lasts a lifetime. On reaching America, Steinmetz finds that
immigration officials can't admit him into the country because he hasn't enough money and has no prospect of a job. With Asmussen's help,
however, he is finally able to enter the U.S. But although he comes to be known the world over as a scientist, fame does little to dispel his loneliness.

7.09 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: NO SECOND HELPING
Revue prod. no. 154A (copyright date 30Aug57)
22-Nov-1957 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Albert Hirsch
Directed by David Butler
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Myrna Loy
Jill St. John
Tom Helmore
Mollie Glessing
Synopsis:
A woman suspects her husband of having a romance with the young daughter of one of his former flames.
In an attempt to show her husband the error of his ways, the wife invites the girl out for a weekend.

7.10 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: OUTLAW'S BOOTS
Revue prod. no. 143A (copyright date 19Jul57)
29-Nov-1957 CBS Fri
Teleplay by N.B. Stone Jr./ Story by Thomas Thompson
Directed by Jacques Tourneur
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Editor Gene Palmer
starring
Keenan Wynn
Roland Winters
Steve Cochran
Whitney Blake
Synopsis:
A reformed outlaw has trouble going straight.

7.11 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: NEIGHBORS
Revue prod. no. 153A (copyright date 26Sep57)
06-Dec-1957 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Edna Anhalt/ Story by Richard Connell
Directed by David Butler
Director of photography John L. Russell
Editor Edward Haire
starring
Joseph Cotten
Leora Dana
Ray Montgomery
Mary Murphy
Philip Phillips
Nora Marlowe
Synopsis:
A home-loving man's marriage has become a dull routine until he becomes interested in a young widow who moves next door.

7.12 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: FRENCH PROVINCIAL
Revue prod. no. 151A (copyright date 13Dec57)
13-Dec-1957 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Andrew Solt/ Story by Gina Kaus
Directed by Jules Bricken
Director of photography Walter Wottitz
Editor Suzanne Cabon
starring
Barbara Bel Geddes ... Mary Andrews
Paul Bonifas
Jess Hahn
Evelyn Kerr
Avram Stephen
Marie Glory
Maurice Teynac
Synopsis:
Mary Andrews, a big city columnist, in Paris on a combined business and pleasure trip, meets her old friend Dutch Morgan.
Morgan is to visit the Nadeaus, a French family who aided him when his plane was shot down during World War 2.
Since the family does not know that Morgan and his wife are separated, Mary promises to fulfill the role. Filmed in France.

7.13 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: RICH MAN, POOR MAN
Revue prod. no. 150A (copyright date 30Oct57)
20-Dec-1957 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Lawrence B. Marcus/ Story by Larry Williams
Directed by Don Weis
Director of photography John L. Russell
starring
Gilbert Roland ......... Gino Bardi
Joy Paige ................ Maria
Sebastian Cabot ...... Signore Alferri
Irene Seidner ........... Mama Bardi
Luis Van Rooten ...... Papa Bardi
Benny Rubin ............ Uncle Arnaldo
Doris Wiss .............. Tomasina
Synopsis:
A humble peasant, simple and naive until he sells illegally a horde of antique statuettes to an unscrupulous dealer.
The new found wealth complicates his life and nearly destroys his marriage.

7.14 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: PATTERN FOR DEATH
Revue prod. no. 157A (copyright date 14Oct57)
27-Dec-1957 CBS Fri
Directed by Paul Henreid
starring
Eddie Albert ...... Bill Carter
Noreen Nash
Scott Marlowe
Synopsis:
Bill Carter is a man who suspects that his present wife is still in love with her first husband allows his jealousy to threaten his marriage and ruin his life.

[--] Schlitz Playhouse:
03-Jan-1958 CBS Fri
pre-empted for a special one hour of "The Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz Show".


7.15 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: GUYS LIKE O'MALLEY
Revue prod. no. 155A (copyright date 10Jan58)
10-Jan-1958 CBS Fri
Producer Frank P. Rosenberg
Teleplay by Gene L. Coon
Directed by Lewis Milestone
Director of photography Mack Stengler
starring
Neville Brand
John Ericson
James Best
William Boyett
Stanley Adams
Paul Davis
Clarence Lung
Synopsis:
Battle-hardened Sgt. O'Malley dedicates himself to the task of making a seasoned soldier of an irresponsible private.

7.16 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: HOME AGAIN
Revue prod. no. 161A (copyright date 02Dec57)
17-Jan-1958 CBS Fri
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl/ Original Story by Veronica Parker Johns
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography Mack Stengler
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Don Taylor ........... Max Swanson
Janis Paige .......... Bebe Evans
Peter Mark Richman.... Bat La Rue
Scott Seaton ......... Mr. Judson
Synopsis:
A trio of jewel thieves, two men and a woman, take refuge from the police in a small town where the girl was raised.
Tension mounts as the three strive to remain undetected while their attitude toward each other begins to change.

7.17 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: NO BOAT FOR FOUR MONTHS
Revue prod. no.142A (copyright date 20Dec57)
31-Jan-1958 CBS Fri [repeat 11Jul58]
Produced by Frank P. Rosenberg
Teleplay by Paul Monash
Directed by Lewis Milestone
Director of photography Mack Stengler
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
James Mason .......... Capt. Vialez
Faith Domergue ....... Mrs. Vialez
Patrick Macnee ........ Lt. Charles Daurigny
John Sutton
Clive Holliday
Austin Green
Mike Steele
Michael Bachus
Martin Wilkins
Synopsis:
Arriving on the lonely French Island of Tuamota in the South Pacific in the late summer of 1939, an Army doctor discovers his medical school
classmate and finds that he must help him conquer his addiction to morphine.

7.18 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: HEROES NEVER GROW UP
Revue prod. no. 121A (copyright date 22Oct57)
07-Feb-1958 CBS Fri
starring
Dane Clark ............. Frankie Nevada
Alex Nicol ............... Phil
Barbara Turner ....... Rose Genilli
Synopsis:
After he is presented with a citation for saving a child's life, Frankie Nevada is impressed with his role of hero.
When he becomes more concerned with his press clippings than with finding a job, his girlfriend as well as his friends turn against him.

7.19 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: EAST OF THE MOON
Revue prod. no. 158A (copyright date 10Dec57)
14-Feb-1958 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Donald S. Sanford/ Original Story by Harry Middleton
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography Mack Stengler
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Sterling Hayden
Lisa Lu
Robert Lowery
Kathy Marlowe
Philip Ahn
Lynn Cartwright
Cecil Elliott
Warren Hsieh
Miyoshi Jingu
Synopsis:
A trip to Japan by a businessman becomes a complicated love affair when his boss asks him to visit his Japanese wife and child whom he had left behind.

7.20 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: MAN ON A RACK
Revue prod. no. 162A (copyright date 21Feb58)
21-Feb-1958 CBS Fri [rerun 05Sep58]
starring
Tony Curtis ............... Charlie
Everett Sloane ......... Jules Morrison
Andra Martin ............. Kay Randall
Dolores Hart ............. Betty Lewis
Nicky Blair ................ Nate
William E. Green ...... Kohler
Billy Lechner ............ Marvin
Kathleen O'Malley .... Morrison's Secretary
Sondra Rodgers ....... Woman Buyer
Charles Anthony Hughes... Buyer
June Jocelyn ............ Tailored Woman
Synopsis:
A clothing salesman lets a lady friend talk him out of using his customary high-pressure sales techniques. But his sales drop, and the boss is forced to take him off the road.

7.21 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: TWO LIVES HAVE I
Revue prod. no. 167A (copyright date 28Feb58)
28-Feb-1958 CBS Fri [rerun 01Aug58]
Teleplay by Oscar Saul/ Original Story by Harriet Washburn
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography Archie R. Dalzell
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Ernest Borgnine ...... Hully Brown
Judith Evelyn ........... Mildred Brown
Paul Newlan ............. Benson
Paul Maxwell ............ Lewis
Margaret Muse
Addison Richards
Claire Carleton
David Armstrong
Jacqueline May
Owen Cunningham
Stan Jones
Harrison Lewis
Ben McAtee
Synopsis:
After years as a hen-pecked husband, Hully Brown decides to leave his overbearing wife and make a new life for himself.

7.22 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: NIGHT OF THE STRANGER
Revue prod. no. 163A (copyright date 07Mar58)
07-Mar-1958 CBS Fri [rerun 24Aug58]
Produced by Frank P. Rosenberg
Written by Clock Dailey
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography John L. Russell
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
George Sanders ....... John York
Valentina Cortesa ..... Dr. Bruni
Mike Lane
Synopsis 1:
An unknown person in an automobile attempts to run down a woman on her way home one evening. She takes refuge in a house occupied by an elderly man,
and tells him that she's a psychiatrist and about her ordeal. She believes the person trying to kill her is one of her patients. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
After the death of his wife, John York decides to take a trip to help overcome his grief.

7.23 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: THE HONOR SYSTEM
Revue prod. no. 169A (copyright date 14Mar58)
14-Mar-1958 CBS Fri [rerun 08Aug58]
Written by Norman Katkov
Directed by John Brahm
starring
Paul Douglas ......... Frank Parisi
Yvonne Craig ........ Helen Meade (her TV debut)
Eduard Franz ........ John Castleberry
Dorothea Lord ....... Edith
Robert F. Simon .... Harry Lewis
Ray Stricklyn ......... Tommy Parisi
James McCallion ... Pinky Smith
Murray Julian ......... Roderic
June Jocelyn ......... Secretary
Synopsis:
A father is worried that his son will be rejected by a top-rated college, an ex-convict resorts to blackmail to insure the boy's entrance.

7.24 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: BLUEBEARD'S SEVENTH WIFE
Revue prod. no. 144A (copyright date 21Mar58)
21-Mar-1958 CBS Fri
Teleplay by John Dunkel & John McGreevey/ Based on a Story by Cornell Woolrich
Directed by Paul Henreid
Director of photography John L. Russell
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Ralph Meeker ......... Rich Adams
Phyllis Avery .......... Betty Mathews
Hugh Marlowe ......... Frank
Jackie Loughery ...... Flo
Hope Summers ......... Old lady
Robert Ellenstein
Linda Watkins
Arthur Marshall
Pat Colby ...... Gas Station Attendant
Synopsis:
A disappointed suitor is accused of playing cop when he voices doubts about a former girlfriend's choice of a husband.

7.25 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: I SHOT A PROWLER
Revue prod. no. 165A (copyright date 28Mar58)
28-Mar-1958 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Arthur Sheekman
Directed by Arthur Hillier
Director of photography Benjamin H. Kline
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Alexis Smith .............. Vivian Braxton
Craig Stevens ........... Johnny Kyper
Morey Amsterdam ...... Mr. Braxton
Helmut Dantine
Paul E. Burns
Gertrude Hoffman
Michael Rye
Dudley Manlove
Thomas Wilde
Synopsis:
While her husband is away on an extended business trip, Vivian Braxton, a lonely housewife, becomes infatuated with another man, Johnny Kyper.
When Kyper threatens Vivian with exposure unless she gives him a large sum of money, the young woman searches frantically for a solution to her problem.

7.26 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: PAPA SAID NO
(unsold comedy pilot)
Revue prod. no. 147A (copyright date 04Apr58)
04-Apr-1958 CBS Fri
starring
Yvonne Craig ......... Suzanne Stacey
Scott Brady .......... Calvin Penny
Patric Knowles ....... John Stacey
Jeanne Manet ......... Gabrielle Stacey
Marjorie Bennett ..... Mrs. Osterreicher
Harry Jackson ........ Policeman
Synopsis 1:
The misadventures of Suzanne Stacey, a beautiful, marriage-minded young woman in search of the ideal husband.
Synopsis:
Photographer Calvin Penny is interested in pretty Suzanne Stacey only as a model, but she thinks of Calvin as a prospective husband.
For that reason she agrees to pose for him. Only when Suzanne's irate father visits the studio does Calvin realize Suzanne's intentions.

7.27 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: SECRETS OF THE OLD BAILEY
Revue prod. no. 137A (Baily on copyright)
11-Apr-1958 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Oscar Millard/ Story by Ernest Dudley
Directed by Don Weis
Director of photography Stanley Pavey
Editor Carmen de Ossa
starring
Tom Hellmore ............. Detective Superintendent Tom Reid
Brian McDermott ....... Leo Willis
Naomi Chance .......... Jennie Elson
Anthony Sheppard ..... P.C. Swopes
Hugh Stribling ............ Richard Caldiwitt
Edward Cast ............. George Chappel
John Gill .................... Mr. Willis
Keith Smith
Grenville Eves
Richard Caldicott
Synopsis:
A Detective Superintendent of Scotland Yard is assigned the task of solving a baffling murder of an attractive London model.

7.28 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: A CONTEST OF LADIES
Revue prod. no. 159A (copyright date 18Apr58)
18-Apr-1958 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Alec Coppel/ Story by William Sanson
Directed by Paul Henreid
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Editor Daniel A. Nathan
starring
Louis Hayward ....... Stephen Morley
Alan Mowbray ......... Mayor Perkins
Nelson Welch ......... Jim Bates
Molly Glessing ....... Mrs. Laidlaw
Richard Aherne ...... Mr. Laidlaw
Lester Fletcher ...... Airline Clerk
Jacqueline Beer ..... Miss France
Sally Pierce ........... Miss England
Ingrid Dittmar ......... Miss Germany
Lita Milan ............... Miss Italy
Lili Kardell .............. Miss Sweden
Milton Parsons ....... Reporter
Kendrick Huxham ... Reporter
Synopsis:
A British movie star finds himself in a miserable situation: All he wants to do is rest, but he's forced to judge a beauty contest,
and the participants don't give him a moment's peace!

7.29 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: THE KIND MR. SMITH
Revue prod. no. 160A (copyright date 25Apr58)
25-Apr-1958 CBS Fri
starring
Vincent Price
Jonathan Harris
Valerie French
John McGiver
George N. Neise
Molly Roden
George Pelling
Sean Meany
Synopsis:
A charming vagabond becomes implicated in an art swindle.

7.30 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: PENNY WISE
Revue prod. no. 168A (copyright date 02May58)
02-May-1958 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Jean Holloway/ Story by Peter Gurney
Directed by Don Weis
Director of photography Ray Rennahan
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Vera Miles
Richard Anderson
Fay Wray
Dan Tobin
Scatman Crothers
Margaret Dumont
Patty Wharton
Synopsis:
A poor working girl fears she will not be accepted by her husband's socially prominent family. On her way to a first meeting with her in-laws,
she has a series of whacky daydreams about them.
Synopsis 2:
A lower class working girl is afraid she won't be accepted by her husband's wealthy family.

[--] Schlitz Playhouse:
09-May-1958 CBS Fri
pre-empted for "TV Show of the Month" Wuthering Heights starring Yvonne Furneaux, Richard Burton, Heather Sears and others.


7.31 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: THE TOWN THAT SLEPT WITH ITS LIGHTS ON
Revue prod. no. 170A (copyright date 16May58)
16-May-1958 CBS Fri [rerun 29Aug58]
Written by Liam O'Brien (Edmond's brother)
Directed by Edmond O'Brien
starring
Edmond O'Brien ......... Jim Reardon
Shepperd Strudwick ... Elliott Simpson
Robert Middleton ....... Sheriff Ed Mullen
Diane Brewster ......... Joanne Simpson
Joseph Vitale ............ Father Rodriguez
Victor Millan .............. Joe Rivera
John Mitchum ........... Gibbs
Emile Meyer ............. Earl Hollowell
David Armstrong ....... Deputy
Francisco Villalobos.. Old Man Rivera
Bill Baldwin ............... Desk Clerk
G. Stanley Jones ...... Deputy
Ken Hooker .............. Bartender
Ron Hanson ............. Townsman
Frances Morris ......... Townswoman
Synopsis:
A young gardener is accused of terrorizing an entire town.
Synopsis 2:
Ace photographer Jim Reardon is sent to a town that has been terrorized by a killer, to report the story for a news syndicate.
In the town, Reardon finds that the people are convinced they know who the killer is.
*Note: Unsold pilot for a proposed but unrealized television series 'Sincerely, Jim Reardon'.

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: SMARTY
23May58 CBS Fri [repeat from 11Oct57]


7.32 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: LOTTERY FOR REVENGE
Revue prod. no. 166A (copyright date 30May58)
30-May-1958 CBS Fri
starring
Kevin McCarthy
Thomas Gomez
Synopsis:
Revolutionists under the heel of a dictator are aided by an American newsman who becomes involved and lends a hand to help make the revolution a success.

7.33 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: WAY OF THE WEST
Revue prod. no. 119A (copyright date 06Jun58)
06-Jun-1958 CBS Fri
Directed by David Butler
starring
John Forsythe ......... Dr. John Carter
Abby Dalton ............. Belle Starr
Staats Cotsworth ..... Colonel Taylor
Michael Landon ........ Don Burns
K.L. Smith ................ Slim Enfield
Claude Akins ............ Gus Garner
Sheridan Comerate... Ed Coats
Mona Carrole ........... Elaine
Robert Darin ............ Joe
Cindy Gray .............. Doreen
Jack Bartell .............. Sentry
John Bryant .............. Lt. Harry Ryan
Malcolm Atterbury ..... Johnson
Maudie Prickett ........ Mrs. Piper
Synopsis:
Dr. John Carter, a rather starchy young physician from Boston, is on his way to San Francisco. When a frontier town is stricken by a smallpox epidemic,
the doctor reluctantly joins forces with the lawless Belle Starr to rush aid to the stricken people.

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: Dual Control
13-Jun-1958 CBS Fri [repeat from 01Nov57] [Oneonta Star NY][Waco News Tribune][San Mateo Times]
with Bob Cummings.


7.34 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: YOU'LL HAVE TO DIE NOW
Revue prod no. 173A (copyright date 20Jun58) "YOU'LL HAVE TO KILL ME NOW" [SC] (1958)
20-Jun-1958 CBS Fri
Produced by Frank P. Rosenberg
Teleplay by Donald S. Sanford/ Story by Michael Shaara
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography Ray Rennahan
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Steve Forrest .......... Sam Rayford
James Gregory ........ Billy Kyle
Paula Raymond ........ Martha
Robert F. Simon ....... Captain Gideon
Herschel Bernardi .... Eddie
Synopsis 1:
A rookie cop finds out that a veteran police lieutenant has been taking illegal payoff's from local criminals and threatens to turn him in. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Police officer Sam Rayford is shocked when he stumbles onto the racketeering activities of his friend on the force, Lt. Billy Kyle.
Rayford refuses to cooperate with Kyle even though Kyle threatens both Rayford and his wife Martha. [RF]

7.35 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: CURFEW AT MIDNIGHT
Revue prod. no. 172A (copyright date 27Jun58)
27-Jun-1958 CBS Fri [rerun 22Aug58]
Producer Frank P. Rosenberg
Teleplay by David P. Harmon/ Story by William Fay
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Director of photography Bud Thackery
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring
Rory Calhoun .......... George Slattery
Robert Alda .............. Angelo Armiento
Dolores Vitina .......... Rose
Nehemiah Persoff .... Jules Dreise
Elisha Cook Jr.
Len Lesser
Craig Duncan
Natasha Lytess ....... Mother
John Hackett
Lennie Geer (uncredited)
Synopsis:
A man on parole falls in love with a girl who has been seeing a hoodlum. The hoodlum warns the paroled man to stay away from the girl and when
he refuses he schemes to make his rival violate his parole.

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: The Unlighted Road
04-Jul-1958 CBS Fri [repeat from 06May55]
starring James Dean

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: No Boat for Four Months
11-Jul-1958 CBS Fri [repeat from 31Jan58]
starring James Mason

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: The Hole Card
18-Jul-1958 [repeat from 08Nov57]
starring Tallulah Bankhead

7.35 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: LONG DISTANCE
Revue prod. no. 175A (copyright date 11Apr58)
25-Jul-1958 CBS Fri
Written by Harry W. Junkin
Directed by John Brahm
Editor Danny B. Landers
starring
Jessica Tandy
Synopsis:
A wife tries to make a last-ditch phone call to save her husband from the electric chair.
*Note: Harry Junkin's thriller was first performed on radio in 1941.

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: Two Lives Have I
01-Aug-1958 CBS Fri [repeat from 28Feb58]
starring Ernest Borgnine

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: Honor System
08-Aug-1958 CBS Fri [repeat from 14Mar58]
starring Paul Douglas

7.36 [--] Schlitz Playhouse: FALSE ALARM
Revue prod. no. 177A (copyright date 15Aug58)
15-Aug-1958 CBS Fri
Written by Donald S. Sanford
Directed by John Brahm
starring
Jack Carson ............. Sid Devlin
Janice Rule ............... Beth Devlin
Joseph Wiseman ....... Max Gebler
John Bryant ............... Patrolman Kenny
Madge Blake ............. Old Lady
Synopsis:
Sid Devlin, a well-meaning cab driver in need of money, is persuaded by ruthless criminal Max Gebler to act as an accomplice in an armored-car-robbery.
Gebler involves Devlin's wife to make sure he won't back out of the deal. (film)

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: Curfew At Midnight
22-Aug-1958 CBS Fri [repeat from 27Jun58]
starring Rory Calhoun and Robert Alda

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: The Town That Slept With Its Lights On
29-Aug-1958 CBS Fri [repeat from 16May58]
starring Edmond O'Brien

[--] Schlitz Playhouse: Man on a Rack
05-Sep-1958 CBS Fri [repeat from 21Feb58]
starring Tony Curtis

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