CTVA US Anthology - "Westinghouse Studio One" (CBS) Season 6 (1953-54)

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 Season 6 (CBS) (1953-54)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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  CBS Mondays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern (weekly)

6.01 [--] Studio One: 1984

21-Sep-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by William Templeton

Story by George Orwell

Directed by Paul Nickell

Narrator: Don Hollenbeck

starring

Eddie Albert ....... Winston Smith

Norma Crane

Lorne Greene ........ Big Brother

Noel Leslie

Truman Smith

Midge Donaldson

Robert M. Culp

Victor Thorley

Peter A. Ostroff

Janice Mars

Susan Hallaran

Fred Scollay

Martin Landau, uncredited, in one scene

Synopsis:

One man's rebellion against a totalitarian society. [RF]

 

6.02 [--] Studio One: HOUND-DOG MAN

28-Sep-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Mel Goldberg

Based on the novel by Fred Gipson

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Betsy Palmer

Jackie Cooper

E.G. Marshall

Synopsis:
In the hill country of Texas a 12-year-old boy named Cotton Kinney wants a

hound dog pup more than anything else in the World. He buys his dad a dog collar

for Christmas and his mother a dog food bowl as hints. [RF]

 

6.03 [--] Studio One: SILENT THE SONG

05-Oct-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Tad Mosel

Story by Faith Baldwin

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Marian Seldes ..... Marcia Vernon
Douglas Odney ..... Mark
Michele Morgan .... Carol
Synopsis:
When an Opera diva loses her voice, her husband and secretary

come up with an answer to the problem.

 

6.04 [--] Studio One: MUSIC AND MRS. PRATT

12-Oct-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Harry W. Junkin

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Assistant to the Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Joanne Woodward
starring

Elsa Lanchester ..... Jenny Pratt
Philip Abbott ....... Jack O'Hara
Synopsis:

A lonely wealthy widow believes money can buy anything.

 

6.05 [--] Studio One: LETTER OF LOVE

19-Oct-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Sylvia Berger

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Steve Cochran

Sally Forrest

Synopsis:

A Korean war Captain is dismayed by the unhappiness of his friend

whose wife won't write him any letters.

 

6.06 [--] Studio One: ANOTHER CAESAR

26-Oct-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Michael Dyne

From the play "The Gesturer"  by Rudolpho Usigli

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Assistant to the Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Joanne Woodward
starring

Robert Keith

Frances Miller

Arnold Moss

Synopsis:

A man takes over a Latin American country pretending he's a hero.

 

6.07 [--] Studio One: CRIME AT BLOSSOM'S

02-Nov-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Jerome Ross

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Patricia Collinge

Wesley Lau

Synopsis:

After a murder occurs the curiosity of the neighbors drive the owners to distraction.

 

6.08 [--] Studio One: CAMILLE

09-Nov-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Thomas W. Phipps

Story by Alexandre Dumas

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Assistant to the Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Bette Stein
starring

Romney Brent

Arthur Franz

Michele Morgan

Frederic Worlock

Synopsis:

A modern remake of the classic story.

 

6.09 [--] Studio One: A BARGAIN WITH GOD

16-Nov-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Adapted by Howard Rodman

Story by Thomas Savage

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Hiram Sherman

Estelle Winwood

Synopsis:

A church mission needs a windfall after being condemned.

 

6.10 [--] Studio One: BUFFALO BILL IS DEAD

23-Nov-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Rod Serling

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Assistant to the Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Bette Stein
starring

Anthony Ross

Synopsis:

An old cowboy relieves his youthful days through memories

and stories of his time with Buffalo Bill Cody.

 

6.11 [--] Studio One: CONFESSIONS OF A NERVOUS MAN

30-Nov-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by George Axelrod

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Art Carney ....... Axelrod

Betty Furness

Jacqueline Susann

Barbara Nichols

Synopsis:

A comic documentary about Axelrod the writer of the hit Broadway show

 "The Seven Year Itch" and how the success affected him. [RF]

 

6.12 [--] Studio One: DRY RUN

07-Dec-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Adapted by David Shaw

From the story by Captain Robert I. Olsen, USN, Commanding Officer USS Angler
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Assistant to the Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Bette Stein
starring

Walter Matthau

Arthur Franz

Synopsis:

Based on a true story by Captain Robert I. Olsen aboard a submarine.

*Note: Whole sections of a submarine were built in the studio and the entire

cast was almost electrocuted when the water that was used for special

effects got very close to the power cables. [RF]

 

6.13 [--] Studio One: ALL MY LOVE

14-Dec-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Mel Goldberg

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Philip Bourneuf

Nina Foch

Laurence Hugo

Synopsis:

A spoiled rich girl finds the true meaning of love thru her three beaus.

 

6.14 [--] Studio One: CINDERELLA '53

21-Dec-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Arnold Schulman

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Ann Crowley ..... Jean

Conrad Janis ... Borden

Nydia Westman

David Atkinson

Synopsis:

Cole Porter musical/Music of Arthur Schwartz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz,

Dorothy Fields, Ira Gershwin, Frank Loesser, Leo Robin.

 

6.15 [--] Studio One: THE MASTER OF THE ROSE

28-Dec-1953

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Michael Dyne

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Maria Riva
Peter Capell
Cherry Hardy
Frank Corsaro
Louise Larabee
Synopsis:

A small Belgian village tries to protect the painting of the Nativity from the Nazis.

 

6.16 [--] Studio One: THE RUNAWAY

04-Jan-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by A.J. Russell

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Jack Carter

Wallace Ford

Charlie Ruggles

Mary Wickes

Synopsis:

A Brooklyn bus driver drives off to Miami in a city bus

 and is apprehended by the police. [RF]

 

6.17 [--] Studio One: THE REMARKABLE INCIDENT AT CARSON CORNERS

11-Jan-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Reginald Rose

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Priscilla Gillette . Mrs. Caldwell
Susan Hallaran ..... Susan Caldwell
Janet Alexander .... Alice Woodbridge
Stanley Martin ..... Tommy Prince
Pud Flanagan ....... Billy McGinnis
Stefan Olsen ....... Bobby McGinnis
John Connoughton ... Joey Rogers
Charles Taylor ..... Harold Wright
Glenn Walken ....... Bert Hendricks
Harry Townes ....... Mr. Rogers
Ruth White ......... Mrs. McGinnis
O.Z. Whitehead ..... Mr. Kovalesky
Hugh Reilly ........ Dr. Caldwell
Frances Fuller ..... Mrs. Frank
Frank Overton ...... Mr. McGinnis
Robert P. Lieb ..... Mr. Wright
Sara Seegar ........ Mrs. Wright
Doreen Land ........ Mrs. Prince
John C. Becher ..... Mr. Prince
John Shellie ....... Mr. Woodbridge
Lois Holmes ........ Mrs. Woodbridge
Jack Ragotzy ....... The Painter

Synopsis:

A group of school children who perform what at first appears to be a play,

but transgresses into a trial when the school janitor is accused of murder.

The parents of the town are invited to witness a mysterious performance planned

secretly for days by the student body. The theatrical turns out to be the

"Case of the children of Carson Corners against school janitor Paul Kovalesky." [RF]

 

6.18 [--] Studio One: A CRIMINAL DESIGN

18-Jan-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by A.J. Russell

Story by William Fay

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Richard Kiley

Luther Adler

Geraldine Brooks

Haila Stoddard

Synopsis:

An unemployed writer working as a press agent for an American dress designer

in Italy becomes innocently involved in smuggling. [RF]

*NOTE: Based on a Saturday Evening Post story "Murder in the Backroom."

 

6.19 [--] Studio One: FAVOR FOR A FRIEND

25-Jan-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Alvin Sapinsley

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Vaughn Taylor ....... Carlton Delafield
Lucile Watson ....... Mrs. Lloyd Minster
Georgann Johnson ...... Carol

Synopsis:

An accountant meets an aged millionaire, and is appointed executor of

 a trust fund for the millionaire's dog, Shaftsbury. [RF]

 

6.20 [--] Studio One: HERMAN CAME BY BOMBER

01-Feb-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Rod Serling

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Paul Langton

Gwen Anderson
Stephen Meininger
Synopsis:
A fighter pilot takes a German war orphan under his wing and smuggles him back to America.

 

6.21 [--] Studio One: MAN OF EXTINCTION

08-Feb-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Mel Goldberg

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Patricia Breslin

Margaret Hamilton

Patricia Wheel

Synopsis:

A murder mystery writer acts out his crimes before publishing.

 

6.22 [--] Studio One: DARK POSSESSION

15-Feb-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Gore Vidal

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Leslie Nielsen ........ Dr. Waring
Geraldine Fitzgerald ........ Charlotte Bell Wheeler
Bramwell Fletcher ........ Governor Bell
Barbara O'Neil ........ Emily Bell

Helen Auerbach

Leora Thatcher

Milton Selzer

Synopsis:

An anonymous letter-writer creates fear and havoc in the lives of three sisters. [RF]

 

6.23 [--] Studio One: THE ROLE OF A LOVER

22-Feb-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Alvin Yudkoff

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Skip Homeier ....... Dickie Rogers

Betsy Palmer ....... Maureen Drew
Steve Cochran ....... Peter Hadley
Synopsis:

A former child-star disappears during the out-of-town tryout of a Broadway play. [RF]

 

6.24 [--] Studio One: SIDE STREET

01-Mar-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Norman Lessing

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Peter Lind Hayes ...... James Allen
Mary Healy ...... Kay Allen
Joanne Linville ....... Virginia Belden
Biff McGuire ....... Charles Belden

David Opatoshu

Synopsis:

Trouble arises when two couples share the same babysitter.

 

6.25 [--] Studio One: BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT

08-Mar-1954

Written by Henry Misrock

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Leslie Nielsen ........ Fred Lawson
Susan Hallaran ........ Jane Rogers
Katharine Bard

Harry Bannister
Mary Sinclair
Lynn Loring
Synopsis 1:
A writer's undercover assignment backfires when he cannot produce

 the evidence needed to free himself from jail. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A schoolteacher is accused of murder. [RF]
 

6.26 [--] Studio One: THUNDER ON SYCAMORE STREET

15-Mar-1954

Written by Reginald Rose

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Charlotte Pearson

Kenneth Utt

Lee Bergere

Ann Cameron

Dickie Olsen

Judith Lowry

Nell O'Day

Whitfield Connor

Synopsis:

Neighbors attempt to run a respected citizen out of town

when they learn he is a former convict. [RF]

 

6.27 [--] Studio One: THE EXPENDABLES

22-Mar-1954

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Nelson Olmsted

George Voskovec ....... Zarodin
Flora Campbell ....... Helen
Martin Kosleck ....... Popochenko

Synopsis:

A man seeks political asylum in the U.S.

 

6.28 [--] Studio One: PAUL'S APARTMENT

29-Mar-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Robert Wallsten

Based on the novel by Van Siller

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Assistant to Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Bette Stein
starring

Richard Kiley ......... Jim Colton
Eva Gabor .......... Mandarin Jones
David White .......... Max

Synopsis:
A man discovers his wife is abnormally interested in their apartment. [RF]

 

6.29 [--] Studio One: STIRMUGS

05-Apr-1954

Written by Robert R. Presnell

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Joanne Woodward ....... Elsa
Frank Albertson ....... Colonel Greer
Warren Stevens ....... Hammond

Synopsis:

Parolees in war service decide to escape on the night of V-J Day rather

than return home. [RF]

 

6.30 [--] Studio One: JACK SPARLING, FORTY-SIX

12-Apr-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Harry W. Junkin

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Assistant to Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Bette Stein.
starring

Chester Morris ....... Jack Sparling
Mary Astor ....... Ruth Sparling
Lois Smith ....... Barbara Sparling

Synopsis:
A story about a successful businessman who gets caught in the drive

 for more money and better position. [RF]

 

6.31 [--] Studio One: A HANDFUL OF DIAMONDS

19-Apr-1954

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Lorne Greene ...... Frank Leslie
Patricia Neal ...... Miriam Leslie
Gene Peterson ....... Joquin

Synopsis:

A wife uses her cunning to restore her husband's reputation.

 

6.32 [--] Studio One: ROMNEY

26-Apr-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Lois Landauer

Story by A.L. Barker

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Assistant to Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Bette Stein
starring

Oliver Andes ....... Harry
Laurence Hugo ....... Joe
Barbara O'Neil ....... Margaret
Howard St. John ....... Mr. Steen

Synopsis:

A young boy has a difficult relationship with his father until he dies.

 

6.33 [--] Studio One: CARDINAL MINDSZENTY

03-May-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by William Templeton

Based on Dr. Bela Fabian's biography

Directed by Paul Nickell

Narrated by Don Hollenbeck
starring

Claude Dauphin ....... Cardinal Mindszenty

Charles Andre
Ludwig Roth
Peter Capell
Marcel Hillaire
Synopsis:

This Hungarian leader was arrested for his opposition against the Nazi's

and communism, he was tortured and held captive for eight years where

upon his release he was made a Cardinal by the church.

 

6.34 [--] Studio One: FEAR IS NO STRANGER

10-May-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Henry Misrock

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Patricia Breslin

Jerome Cowan

Madge Evans

Peggy Allenby

A DA finds that his daughter is involved with the man accused of murdering two women.

 

6.35 [--] Studio One: CASTLE IN SPAIN

17-May-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Sylvia Weld

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Leslie Nielsen ....... Mac
Joan Lorring ...... Blair
Biff McGuire ....... Coley

Synopsis:

Two married couples wander away and becomes involved with each other.

 

6.36 [--] Studio One: A MAN AND TWO GODS

24-May-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Adapted for TV by Gore Vidal
Based on the novel by Jean Morris
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
starring
Paul Stevens ....... Richard Bering
John Baragrey ...... Kurt Meissner
Charles Korvin ..... Julian Wilder
Patricia Wheel ..... Anna Cerdick
Noel Leslie ........ The Judge
Synopsis:
A diplomatic attache of a military state is ordered by his government

to kill a suspected spy. The government then arrests him for murder.

The attache is torn between two "Gods", the decrees of his country

and the commandments of God. [RF]
 

6.37 [--] Studio One: THE DEATH AND LIFE OF LARRY BENSON

31-May-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Reginald Rose

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Chester Morris ....... Sam Benson
Lee Remick ........ Jessie
Peg Hillias ......... Freda Benson
Skip Homeier ......... Larry Benson

Synopsis:

Missing after three years Larry shows up alive and well finding alot has changed since his "death".

 

6.38 [--] Studio One: THE STRIKE

07-Jun-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Rod Serling

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

James Daly .......... Major Gaylord
Frank Marth ......... Franks
Roy Roberts ......... Chaplain Walker
Bert Freed .......... Chick
William Leicester ... Sloane
Douglas Taylor ...... Jones
William Andrews ..... Richard Golden
Wyatt Cooper ........ Lt. Peters
William Whitman ..... Chaxfield
George Brenlin ...... Radio Operator
Cy Chermak .......... Radio Operator
Herbert King ........ Machine gunner
Bill Butler ......... Corporal on the mortar
Melvin Jurdem ....... Medic
Dan Wright .......... Medic
Howard Hanson ....... Extra Officer
Brad Deilman ........ Extra Officer
Fred J. Scollay ..... Soldier
Bill Townsend ...... Solider
Ken Milestone ....... Soldier
Bob Drew ............ Wounded soldier
Tony Del Gatto ...... Wounded soldier
Bill Flatley ........ Wounded soldier
Jim Merrick ......... Wounded soldier
Bob Boucher ......... Wounded soldier
Synopsis 1:
Major Gaylord was recounting an experience during World War II when he was

obliged to fire on an American soldier in the dead of night on a Pacific island. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Major Gaylord has sent a 20-man patrol to locate Chinese Communist artillery

 on the opposite side of a Korean river. He finds himself faced with the duty

 of ordering an air strike on the area where the patrol is known to be. [RF]
 

6.39 [--] Studio One: A LETTER TO MR. GUBBINS

14-Jun-1954

Producer Felix Jackson

Adapted by Harry W. Junkin

Based on a short story by Antony Ferry

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Art Carney

Synopsis:

A man receives a mysterious letter telling him to invest in the market and makes a tidy profit.

 

6.40 [--] Studio One: FANDANGO AT WAR BONNET

21-Jun-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Carey Wilber

starring

Darren McGavin  ....... Will Sorrell
Wesley Addy ....... McAllister
Royal Dano ....... Doan

Monica Boyar

Victor Thorley

Parker Fennelly

William Harrigan

Kenneth Utt

Synopsis:

In a small Western town a man searches for who was responsible for a friend's death.

 

6.41 [--] Studio One: SCREWBALL

28-Jun-1954 (restaged from 18Jun1951)

Producer Alex March

Written by Mel Goldberg

Directed by Byron Kelly

starring

Jack Warden ....... Russ Adams
Sally Gracie ....... Marge Adams

Leora Thatcher

Synopsis:

Despite age and limited skills, a garage mechanic pursues his dream of

being a major league player. [RF]

 

6.42 [--] Studio One: THE SMALL DOOR

05-Jul-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Irving Gaynor Neiman

Directed by Mel Ferber

starring

Richard Kiley  ...... Calvin
Hildy Parks ....... Maggie Troy
James Gregory ........ Gasman
Edgar Stehli ........ Landlord

Synopsis:

A gasman believes there is money hidden in the old apartment of a recluse.

 

6.43 [--] Studio One: A GUEST AT THE EMBASSY

12-Jul-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Jerome Ross

Directed by Allen Reisner

starring

Leslie Nielsen ....... Edmund
Nina Foch ....... Barbara
Betsy Palmer ...... Mimi

Synopsis:

An ambassador's daughter goes missing on the eve of her wedding.

 

6.44 [--] Studio One: HOME AGAIN, HOME AGAIN

19-Jul-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Elizabeth Hart

Directed by Byron Kelly

starring

Janice Rule ....... Judith Slater
Robert H. Harris ..... Max Ansell
Mark Roberts ....... David Thorpe

Synopsis:

After an unsuccessful Broadway career a woman returns to her hometown.

 

6.45 [--] Studio One: THE HERO

26-Jul-1954

Directed by Mel Ferber

starring

Bethel Leslie ....... Martha
James Gregory ...... George Monzo
Ray Walston ...... Mickey
Joey Walsh ...... Jimmy

Paul Hartman

Synopsis:

A Major League pitcher quits after throwing a pitch that killed a player.

 

6.46 [--] Studio One: THE MAGIC MONDAY

02-Aug-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Harry W. Junkin

Directed by Allen Reisner

starring

Madge Evans ...... Ann
Dick Foran ....... Larry
Joan Wetmore ...... Marian
Mary Linn Beller ....... Julie

Synopsis:

The parents of a young girl find communication difficult.

 

6.47 [--] Studio One: SUE ELLEN

09-Aug-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Carey Wilber

Directed by Mel Ferber

starring

Patrick O'Neal ...... Jud Poag
Inger Stevens ...... Sue Ellen
Barbara O'Neil ...... Aunt Ti
Addison Richards ...... Carter Jackson

Synopsis:

A man searches for his missing fiancee.
 

6.48 [--] Studio One: HOUSE OF GAIR

16-Aug-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Michael Dyne

Directed by Allen Reisner

starring

Basil Rathbone ........ Hazelton Crane
Hurd Hatfield ........ Harry Vane
Cora Witherspoon ....... Aunt Fanny
Wesley Addy ......... Steven Coryat

Iola Lynn
Eva Condon
Synopsis:

A greedy nephew is after his wealthy aunt's money when an interloper appears.

 

6.49 [--] Studio One: EXPERIMENT PERILOUS

23-Aug-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Mel Goldberg

Directed by Mel Ferber

starring

Philip Bourneuf

Constance Ford

Gene Lyons

Augusta Dabney

Synopsis:
A woman ill with tuberculosis comes under the care of a doctor with a magic serum.

 

6.50 [--] Studio One: THE SECRET SELF

30-Aug-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Michael Dyne

Directed by Allen Reisner
starring

Everett Sloane ......... Korolenko
Peter Cookson ......... Jamison Wyatt
Staats Cotsworth .......... Hallam
Nancy Kelly .......... Dorothea

Synopsis:

A cutthroat Washington hostess uses her friends to gain a Senate position for her young lawyer friend.

 

6.51 [--] Studio One: U.F.O.

06-Sep-1954

Producer Alex March
Directed by Mel Ferber
Written by Rod Serling
starring
Jack Warden ......... Mike
Parker Fennelly ..... Pincher
Dorothy Sands ....... Mrs. Padott
Susan Steell ........ Mrs. Strong
Harry Bellaver ...... the Sheriff
Nicholas Joy ........ the General
Ricky Hamilton ...... the Boy
George Matthews ..... George
Heywood Hale Broun .. the Deskman
Synopsis:
Unidentified Flying Object concerns the zany doings of a town newspaper

editor to prove to the rest of the country that his town deserves to be "on the map".

The paper's circulation is a healthy 80 copies per day! [RF]
 

6.52 [--] Studio One: THE CLIFF

13-Sep-1954

Producer Alex March

Written by Michael Dyne

Directed by Allen Reisner

starring

Lorne Greene ........ Dr. Madison West
Maria Riva .......... Marquesa Leonora Alletti
Hildy Parks ......... Judy McDermott
Murray Matheson ..... Craig
Martin Brooks ....... Stephano
Marjorie Eaton ...... Martha
Synopsis:
A man returns from South America to investigate

 the mysterious death of his brother. [RF]


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