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Stage 7 (1955)

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STAGE 7
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An Official Films Presentation
for
CBS
Executive Producer Don W. Sharpe/ Produced by Warren Lewis

US Dramatic Anthology series  1955   25 episodes x 30 min

When it premiered on Dec 1954 the title was Your Favorite Playhouse

effective January 30, 1955 the title changed to Stage 7.
CBS Sun 9:30-10:00  (30Jan55-25Sep55)
 

This filmed anthology feature a wide range of stories from Westerns to Comedies to Melodramas.

The episodes that aired in December 1954 were all reruns from other anthology series'.

 

Syndication Titles::

Aired in Syndication as "Golden Playhouse" in 1956/57.

Aired in Syndication as "On Stage" in 1958.

Aired in Syndication as "Star Performance" in 1959.

 

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CBS Sundays 9:30-10:00pm (30Jan55-25Sep55)

[01] Stage 7: THE DECEIVING EYE
http://free-classic-tv-shows.com/Drama/Stage-7/1955-01-30-s1-ep01-The-Deceiving-Eye/index.php#.VG5w6WdNcWk
30-Jan-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by DeWitt Bodeen / Story by Jack Brandvein of University Productions Inc.
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of photography Nick Musuraca
starring
Frank Lovejoy .... Professor William Fletcher
Ann Robinson ..... Policewoman Liz Merrill
Russ Conway ...... Bob Conan
Jean Howell ...... Mrs. Holmes
Hugh Sanders ..... Captain Barnett
John Warburton ... District Attorney McHugh
James Seay ....... Major Holmes
Tommy Cook ....... Frankie Coyle
Buddy Mason ...... O'Hara
James Hayes ...... Larry
*
Editorial Supervisor .. Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor .. Coles Trapnell
Art Director .. Duncan Cramer
Editor .. Sherman Todd A.C.E.
Assistant Director .. Frank Baur
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Synopsis:
College criminologist professor Fletcher is accused of murdering one of is students.

[02] Stage 7: APPOINTMENT IN HIGHBRIDGE
06-Feb-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay and story by Quinn Martin
Directed by Reginald LeBorg
starring
Dan O'Herlihy ........... Brad Wentworth
Phyllis Coates .......... Kay Murray
Mary Scott ............... Susan Wentworth
John Warburton ........ Steve Babcock
William Hudson ......... John Parker
Herbert Jeyes ........... Dean Newcombe
Darlene Fields ........... Red Cross Girl
James Parnell ........... Sgt. Skinner
Alex Frazer ................ Bartender
Synopsis:
A meeting 10 years later awakens the memory of a romance between a British Army captain and an American Army nurse.

[03] Stage 7: THE LEGACY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7tXBdWTB9g
13-Feb-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Story and screenplay by John Meredyth Lucas
Directed by Christian Nyby
Director of photography Nicholas Musuraca
starring
Vanessa Brown .......... Julia
Elizabeth Patterson .... Grandmother
George Neise ............. Julian
Lamont Johnson
Lillian Bronson
Richard Deacon
Ian Wolfe
Mary Newton
Helene Heigh
Russell Gaige
Synopsis:
A grandmother dies. Though Julia had spent three selfless years attending the sick woman, she must vie with her selfish cousin Julian for the inheritance.

[04] Stage 7: DEBT OF HONOR
20-Feb-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Frederic Brady / From a story by Cornell Woolrich / based on the novel "I.O.U. One Life"
Directed by Lewis R. Foster
Director of photography George E. Diskant
starring
Edmond O'Brien ....... Clinton Sturgess
Charles Bronson ...... Murray Forman
Wendy Winkleman ... Barbara Sturgess
Kasey Rogers .......... Martha Sturgess (as Laura Elliot)
Steve Pendleton........ Hyland
*
Editorial Supervisor .. Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor .. Coles Trapnell
Art Director .. Duncan Cramer
Editor .. Sherman Todd A.C.E.
Synopsis 1:
A detective learns that the criminal he must bring in is the very man to whom he owes his life of his daughter. He must make the difficult decision.
Synopsis 2:
The struggle to shield a wanton murderer who rescued his little girl from drowning or turn him in is a problem of human relations.
*Note: Syndication airdate 20Oct56 on Golden Playhouse.

[05] Stage 7: TIGER AT NOON
27-Feb-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay and story by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of photography George E. Diskant A.S.C.
starring
Stephen McNally ..... Chris
Anthony Caruso ...... Danny Arketto
Jorja Curtright ......... Stara
John Doucette ........ Sgt. Toomey
Carl Milletaire ......... Johnny Davis
Edith Evanson ........ Mrs. Whitfield
Paul Maxey ............ James Gallagher
Eddie Ryder ........... Seymour Benson
Bill Newell ............... Bartender
Peggy Maley ........... Blonde
Stephen McNally Jr... Spike
*
Editorial Supervisor .. Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Duncan Cramer
Edited by ........... Desmond Marquette A.C.E.
Assistant director .. Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration ... Glen L. Daniels
Draperies ... Decorators Service Co.
Synopsis:
A detective is warned by a carnival fortune-teller that he will bring disaster to a blonde.

[06] Stage 7: TO KILL A MAN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0WA16MeCAQ
06-Mar-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Hagar Wilde / From a story by Jack London
Directed by James Neilson
starring
Alexis Smith ....... Caroline Taylor
Scott Forbes ...... Philip Taylor
Dan Barton ......... Intruder
Ross Elliott ......... Charles Bowman
Joan Banks ........ Letty Bowman
Leonard Carey ... Reynolds the butler
John Goddard ..... Bartender
Synopsis:
A dinner party is interrupted by an intruder.

[07] Stage 7: THE GREATEST MAN IN THE WORLD
13-Mar-1955 CBS Sun
Executive Producer Don W. Sharpe / Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Kenneth Higgins / Story by James Thurber
Directed by Roy Kellino
Director of Photography Nick Musuraca, A.S.A.
starring
Pat O'Brien .......... Dan Jennings
Billy Chapin .......... Todd Jennings
Ann Doran ............ Grace Jennings
Clancy Cooper ..... George
John Maxwell ....... Nicholson
Geraldine Hall ...... Miss Blodgett
Barry Froner ........ Urchin
Jon Monaghan ..... Mechanic
*
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor: Lloyd Richards
Story Editor: Colin Trapnell
Art Director: Duncan Cramer
Edited by Roland Gross, A.C.E.
Assistant Director: Doran Cox
Makup: Kiva
Set Decoration: Budd S. Friend
Draperies: Decorators Service Co
Synopsis:
A mechanic invents a new carburettor, but his
invention is rejected by management. Unable to face his
failure, he plans to leave his family before they find out.

[08] Stage 7: PRESS CONFERENCE
20-Mar-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Frederic Brady and Carol Warner Gluck / Story by Carol Warner Gluck
Directed by Arnold Laven
Director of photography George E. Diskant
starring
Dennis Morgan ...... Elliot Fairchild
Malcolm Atterbury... Jim Stephens
Russ Conway ........ Phil Burke
Alan Dexter ........... Sam Stacey
Gordon Mills .......... Cliff Boxley
Virginia Christine ... Secretary
Joseph Crehan ...... Ames
Frances Charles .... Mrs. Fairchild
Byron Kane ............ Henderson
Duncan Richardson .. Fairchild boy
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Duncan Cramer
Edited by ........... Roland Gross
Assistant director .. Frank Bauer
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration ... Glen L. Daniels
Synopsis:
An incident from a lawyer's past jeopardizes his chances for the future.

[09] Stage 7: THE LONG COUNT
27-Mar-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Frederic Brady / Story by John Roeburt
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of photography Harry J. Wild
starring
Frank Lovejoy .......... McGraw
Joan Vohs ............... Sandra Starr
Biff Elliot .................. 'Pretty Boy' Mendero
Nestor Paiva ........... Max Zachary
Mel Welles .............. Sam Grogan
Ted de Corsia .......... Vic Kelsey
Richard Deacon ....... Dr. Constante
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Duncan Cramer
Edited by ........... Desmond Marquette
Assistant director .. Frank Bauer
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration ... Glen L. Daniels
Synopsis:
A private detective (McGraw) with an eye for a fast buck finds himself in hot water.
Synopsis 2:
Beautiful girls, a prizefighter and a group of shady fight promoters complicate the life of McGraw a professional bodyguard.

[10] Stage 7: DOWN FROM THE STARS
03-Apr-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay and story by S. Lee Pogostin
Directed by Peter Godfrey
Director of photography Harry J. Wild
Editor Roland Gross
starring
Diana Lynn ............. Julie Marshall
Lamont Johnson ...... Paul
Mira McKinney ......... Mrs. Anderson
Whit Bissell ............. Rolley
June Vincent ............ Mrs. Harmon
Dan Barton .............. Billy
Aline Towne ............. Jane
Jan Shepard ............ Harriett
Sammy Ogg ............. Herbie
Synopsis:
A small town girl comes to New York and rents a room formerly occupied by an astronomer. His friends, unaware that he has left, disturb her at all hours.

[11] Stage 7: YOUNG GIRL IN AN APPLE TREE
10-Apr-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Story and Screenplay by Wells Root
Directed by Peter Godfrey
Director of photography George E. Diskant
starring
Ann Harding ......... Harriet Gates Adams
Regis Toomey ...... Johnny Davis
Whit Bissell .......... Marty Wilkins
John Hoyt ............. Anson Hall
Peter Camlin ......... Mr. Adlon
Synopsis:
The owner of a small curio shop dreams of the idealistic young man who left his home town and her many years before. (film)

[12] Stage 7: EMERGENCY
17-Apr-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay and story by Gordon McDonnell
Directed by Roy Kellino
Director of photography Harry J. Wild
starring
Lee Bowman .......... Alan
Jean Byron ............ Mary
Christopher Dark..... Billy
Angela Greene ....... Ella
Frances Mercer ...... Beth Layton
Michael Whalen ...... Frank Layton
Clarence Lung ........ Prince
Don Shelton ............ Mr. Richards
Charlotte Lawrence.. Operator
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Duncan Cramer
Edited by ........... Sherman Todd
Assistant director .. Jack Sontag
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration ... Budd S. Friend
Furs by A.Z. Arnold & A.I. Lipsey
Fashions by Ohrbach's
Synopsis:
A message from an old friend contemplating suicide, sends a man on a desperate race against time and across continents. (film)

[13] Stage 7: THE MAGIC HAT
24-Apr-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay & story by Irving Gaynor Neiman
Directed by Lewis R. Foster
Director of photography George E. Diskant
Editor Roland Gross
starring
George Brent ........ Professor Michael X. Balsam
Lydia Reed ........... Jody Balsam
Kristine Miller ........ Ann Coker
Nora Marlowe ........ Mrs. Kakoonis
Synopsis:
A widower and father of a nine year old stage actress allows her to purchase a hat intended for an older girl. She is riduled by her young companions. (film)

[14] Stage 7: ARMED
01-May-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Teleplay by Dick Stenger
Directed by Lewis R. Foster
Director of photography George E. Diskant
Editor Roland Gross
starring
Neville Brand .......... Major Stevens
Dan Barton ............. Sergeant Fred Miller
Peter Hansen ......... Captain Chuck Boske
Brett King ............... Lieutenant Ed Dawes
Strother Martin ....... Lieutenant Bob Handley
Gordon Mills ........... Major Pete Gilbert
Robert Nichols ....... Lieutenant Gene Jarech
Louis Jean Heydt... General
Ross Elliott ........... Major
James Dobson ..... Control
Synopsis:
A stricken bomber, damaged in a mid-air collision with a nightfighter during a training operation and Major Stevens must choose between
dropping the bomb on innocent people or attempting a crash landing with the bomb, which means almost certain death for the crew.

[15] Stage 7: BILLY AND THE BRIDE
08-May-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Joseph Cochran & Laszlo Gorog
From a story by Joseph Cochran
Directed by Roy Kellino
starring
Hugh O'Brian ........... Billy the Kid
Angela Lansbury ...... Vanessa
Dick Foran ............... Archie Peters
Charlotte Lawrence... Mother
Eugene Mazzola ....... Little Boy
Frank Sully ............... Pat Turner
Mary Treen ............... Louise
Synopsis 1:
When a New York City girl marries a cowboy and moves to his ranch, she has a lot to learn about the "wild west." This is especially
true the day her husband joins a posse to hunt down Billy the Kid and, while he's gone, Billy pays a visit to the bride!
Synopsis 2:
A young girl from the East journeys to the Western badlands and gets an abrupt invitation to a very different social sphere when
her reception committee is none other than the notorious outlaw, Billy the Kid.

[16] Stage 7: A NOTE OF FEAR
15-May-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Frederic Brady / Story by Michael Leslie Lynn
Directed by Harry Keller
Director of photography George E. Diskant
starring
Jan Sterling ............ Marge
Gordon Mills ........... Steve Randolph
Christopher Dark .... Bobby Starr
Leo Penn ............... Joe Collins
Lawrence Dobkin ... Harry Wilson
Joan Banks ............ Fran
Don Rickles ............ Announcer
Budd Buster ........... News Vendor
Synopsis:
A former girlfriend of a convict scheduled to be executed refuses to supply him with an alibi, he tells her that she too will die on his execution day.

[17] Stage 7: VERDICT
22-May-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Story and screenplay by Ken Field
Directed Arnold Laven
Director of photography George E. Diskant
starring
Stephen McNally ...... Quinn
Karin Booth .............. Stella
Adam Williams .......... Danny
Harlan Warde ........... District Attorney Rogers
Alexander Campbell... Professor Radford
Howard Wendell ....... Judge
Roy Engel ................ Detective Ryan
Virginia Carroll ......... Mrs. Tyler
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Duncan Cramer
Edited by ........... Sherman Todd
Assistant director .. Jack Sontag
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration ... Budd S. Friend
Synopsis:
An attorney defends his ex-wife when she is accused by the police of murder.

[18] Stage 7: THE TIME OF THE DAY
29-May-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Laszlo Gorog / Story by Peggy Chantler
Directed by Arnold Laven
Director of photography Nick Musuraca
starring
Peggy Ann Garner .... Miranda Abbelard
Charles Bronson ...... Jerry Donn
Irene Hervey ............ Fran Abbelard
Grandon Rhodes ...... Wilson Abbelard
Leo Curley ............... Gilbey
Robert Osterloh ....... Detective
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Charles H. Clarke
Edited by ........... Roland Gross
Assistant director .. Frank Bauer
Makeup Artist .. Lynn Reynolds
Set Decoration ... Glen L. Daniels
Furs by A.Z. Arnold & A.I. Lipsey
Synopsis:
A socialite inadvertently becomes involved with a young man with a dubious past. Their relationship threatens her family with unfavorable publicity.

[19] Stage 7: YESTERDAY'S PAWNSHOP
05-Jun-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay and story by Robert Dozier
Directed by Harry Keller
Director of photography Nick Musuraca
starring
Don Taylor ............ Arnold Spears
Randy Stuart ........ Jill Spears
Paul Dubov ........... Leon Kramer
Peter Brocco ........ Tandowsky
Robert Foulk ......... Maloney
Jane Frazee ......... Mrs. Kramer
Ralph Moody ......... Antique Dealer
Robin Raymond ..... Landlady
Grady Sutton ........ Desk Clerk
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Charles H. Clarke
Edited by ........... Sherman Todd
Assistant director .. Bruce Fowler Jr.
Makeup Artist .. Lynn Reynolds
Set Decoration ... Glen L. Daniels
Furs by A.Z. Arnold & A.I. Lipsey
Synopsis:
A diamond ring nearly mars the happiness of a recently married couple.

[20] Stage 7: THE TRAVELING SALESMAN
12-Jun-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Frederic Brady / Story by Luke Short
Directed by William A. Seiter
starring
George Montgomery ... Don Kelly
Richard Reeves .......... Sundown Jones
Gloria Talbott ............... Nancy
Alan Hale Jr.................. Herb Loftus
Eve McVeagh .............. Miss Shelby
Karen Steele ............... Mary
Don Beddoe ................ O'Brien
Walter Baldwin ............ Sheriff Weston
Synopsis:
An Eastern dude gets himself a job as a traveling whisky salesman in the wild and wooly West. He runs into trouble with two tough
gunslingers when the local belles find him appealing.

[21] Stage 7: END OF THE LINE
19-Jun-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Frederick Brady / Written by Richard N. Bell
Directed by Reginald LeBorg
Director of photography George E. Diskant
starring
Maria Riva ............. Madge Jackson
Don Haggerty ......... Al Maxim
Michael Emmet ....... Joe Davies
Tony Barrett ............ Sharpy
Robert Bice ............ Cab Driver
Gene Roth .............. Max
Ellen Corby ............. Old Lady
Leo Penn ................ Passenger
Stuart Randall ......... Bus Driver
Michael Emmet ....... Joe Davies
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Duncan Cramer
Edited by ........... Roland Gross
Assistant director .. Frank Bauer
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration ... Budd S. Friend
Synopsis:
A woman furnishes an alibi for a man who has committed suicide. Subsequently the guilty one fearing she may someday reveal her secret orders her death.

[22] Stage 7: DEBT TO A STRANGER
26-Jun-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
starring
Gene Barry .......... Deputy Sheriff
Lyle Talbot ........... Rancher
Victor Millan ......... Navarro
Phyllis Coates ..... Alice
Stevan Darrell ...... Williams
Alan Reynolds ...... Policeman
Terry Frost ........... Immigration Official
Synopsis:
A border-patrol sheriff receives a call from a rancher to pick up an illegal alien.
Synopsis 2:
A deputy sheriff investigates a wetback's charge that he has been cheated by a rancher.

[23] Stage 7: WHERE YOU LOVED ME
04-Sep-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Frederic Brady / Story by Peter Helmers
Directed by Roy Kellino
Director of photography George E. Diskant
starring
MacDonald Carey ..... Philippo, the clown
Frances Rafferty ....... Jenny
Joseph A. Crehan ...... Beck the circus owner
Jack McAfee ............. Bobo, the clown
Gertrude Graner ........ Woman
Frank J. Scannell ....... Mr. King the Stage Manager
Dick Wessel .............. Curly
Arthur H. Wheatley .... Magician
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Duncan Cramer
Edited by ........... Roland Gross
Assistant director .. Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration ... Glen L. Daniels
Synopsis:
It isn't so funny to Philippo the clown when his wife leaves him. She is unhappy because of his obsession with success.

[24] Stage 7: THE HAYFIELD (aka Blanding's Way)
18-Sep-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Story and screenplay by Charles Stewart and Jack Elinson
Directed by Justus Addiss
Director of photography George Diskant
starring
MacDonald Carey ..... Jim Blandings
Phyllis Thaxter ........... Muriel Blandings
Dick Foran ................. Bill Cole
Ralph Moody ............. Nellus
Will Wright ................ Mr. Quinby
Jean Howell .............. Miss Willersly
Frank Ferguson ......... Fire Chief
Dick Elliott ................. Fire Leader
Dee Aaker ................. First Newsboy
John Girton ............... George Hawkins, Second Newsboy
*
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Production Supervisor .. Lloyd Richards
Story Editor ....... Coles Trapnell
Art Director ........ Duncan Cramer
Edited by ........... Sherman Todd
Assistant director .. Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist .. Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration ... Budd S. Friend
Fashions by Ohrbach's
Synopsis:
Advertising executive tries to sell his field of hay next to his country home.

[25] Stage 7: THE FOX HUNT (Final episode)
25-Sep-1955 CBS Sun
Producer Warren Lewis
Screenplay by Dick Carr and Frank Burt
Directed by Stuart Gilmore
Director of photography George E. Diskant
starring
Dennis Morgan ...... Ranger Jim Harris
Harry Shannon ....... Fox Durkin
John Doucette ....... Luke
Howard J. Negley ... Sam
Paul Burke ............ Tommy
John Cliff ............... Martin
Strother Martin ....... Pete
Ray Walker ............ Tim Burton
Synopsis 1:
A posse tries to track down frontier outlaws.
Synopsis 2:
A bank is robbed and the sheriff is killed by desperadoes. A Texas Ranger unknowingly enlists one of the outlaws as a member of his posse.

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