CTVA US Anthology - "Westinghouse Studio One" (CBS) Season 7 (1954-55)

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 Season 7 (CBS) (1954-55)
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)

7.01 [--] Studio One: TWELVE ANGRY MEN

20-Sep-1954

written by Reginald Rose (Emmy win)

directed by Franklin Schaffner (Emmy win)

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Robert Cummings ....... Juror #8(Emmy win)
Franchot Tone ........ Juror #3
Edward Arnold ....... Juror #10
Paul Hartman ....... Juror #7
Walter Abel ...... Juror #4
John Beal ...... Juror #2
Norman Fell ...... Juror #1
Lee Philips ...... Juror #5
Joseph Sweeney ...... Juror #9
George Voskovec ....... Juror #11
Will West ....... Juror #12
Bart Burns ...... Juror #6

Synopsis 1:

The show starts with a dramatic charge by an excessively somber judge.

 "I urge you to deliberate earnestly and thoughtfully," he intones with the low bass

voice of a old preacher at a funeral. "You are faced with a grave responsibility."

The jury of twelve men explosively argue the facts and express opinions in

this amazing drama to reach a verdict.  [RF]

Synopsis 2:

A man is dead and a teenager is accused of murder.  His future lies in the

hands of 12 jurors. It seems like an open and shut case.  Everything points to the boy's guilt. 

But one man in the jury feels there is room for doubt.  This fierce and passionate

examination of social justice and civil liberties, which still resonates strongly today. [RF]

 

7.02 [--] Studio One: THE EDUCATION OF HYMAN KAPLAN

27-Sep-1954

adapted by Howard Rodman

story by Leonard Q. Ross

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Jacob Kalich ....... Hyman Kaplan

Maria Riva ...... Miss Mitnick

Ken McEwen

Synopsis:

The irrepressible student at the American Night Preparatory School for Adults,

and his personal war with the English language.

 

7.03 [--] Studio One: PRELUDE TO MURDER

04-Oct-1954

written by William Templeton

story by Walter C. Brown

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

James Daly  ..... Greg Chandler
Phyllis Kirk ....... Carol Chandler
Otto Kruger ....... Spencer de Witt

Synopsis:
In search of an isolated cottage to do his writing a mystery writer

and his wife encounter an artist whose own wife recently passed.

 

7.04 [--] Studio One: MELISSA

11-Oct-1954

written by Don Ettlinger

story by Taylor Caldwell

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Walter Brooke ...... Jeff
Faye Emerson ...... Melissa
Raymond Bramley ...... Mr. Dunham
Teal Ames ..... Phoebe

 

7.05 [--] Studio One: THE BOY WHO CHANGED THE WORLD

18-Oct-1954

written by Joseph Schrank

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Michael Allen ...... Young Tom Edison

John Beal ...... Samuel Edison
Ruth Hussey ...... Nancy Edison
Charles Edison ...... Guest
 

7.06 [--] Studio One: FATAL IN MY FASHION

25-Oct-1954

written by A.J. Russell

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Polly Rowles

Charles Korvin

Shepperd Strudwick

Meg Mundy

Suzanne Hahn

 

7.07 [--] Studio One: THE MAN WHO OWNED THE TOWN

01-Nov-1954

written by David P. Harmon

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Leslie Nielsen  ....... Tallman

Paul Stevens ....... Johnny Devlin

Robert Barrat  ...... Sheriff

 

7.08 [--] Studio One: AN ALMANAC ON LIBERTY [verified on film -RF]
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08-Nov-1954 CBS Mon
Producer Felix Jackson
Teleplay by Reginald Rose
Based on a novel by William O. Douglas
Directed by Paul Nickell
Technical Director Ted Miller
Musical Director Alfredo Antonini
Title Sculpture by Lace de Gerenda
Set Decorator Robert L. Adams
Lighting by Ralph Holmes
Settings Kim E. Swados
Story editor Florence Britton
Associate Producer William M. Altman
Narrated by Charles Collingwood
starring
Pat Hingle .............. Hank
Karl Lukas .............. Hank
Lawrence Fletcher .... George Wilkinson
Lee Richardson .... Ben Philipps
Sandy Kenyon ....... John Carter
Martin Rudy ............ Joe Falion
Eli Mintz .................. Mr. Nathan
Frieda Altman ........ Mrs. Nathan
Florence Sundstrom .. Ottilie Sweetser
Brandon Peters ...... Horace Sweetser
Dorothy Patten ....... Matty Wilkinson
Jock MacGregory .. Sam Hunt
Clarice Blackburn ... Sybil Hunt
Fred Herrick ............ Ted Franklin
Gene Sultan ............ Billy Sweetser
James Winslow ...... Dr. Slattery
P.J. Kelly ................ Mr. Neary
Archie Smith ........... Harmon
Ethel Everett ........... Mrs. Church
Bruce Marshall ........ Mikey
Ginger MacManus... Susie
Synopsis:
A stranger comes to a small town with radical ideas, frightening the townspeople when they discover that time
is standing still as a result of their mistreatment of the stranger, a few try to gang up on the intruder only
to find that time moves backward with each infringement of another man's rights. At length, they realize that
the day is Dec. 15, the 163rd anniversary of the signing of the Bill of Rights. When they repent, time, once
again, moves ahead. [RF]

 

7.09 [--] Studio One: LET ME GO, LOVER

15-Nov-1954

written by Henry Misrock

from a Redbook "Who's Been Sitting In My Chair"  by Charlotte Armstrong

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Joe Maross  ...... Johnny Baer
Connie Sawyer ..... Mrs. McCall
Anthony Ross ...... Inspector Williams
Cliff Norton ..... Mr. Foster

* Note: The producers were planning to do a drama about skullduggery in the

record industry and they needed a song so they turned to Mitch Miller, head of the

CBS recording  subsidiary called Columbia Records and he gave them an obscure

ballad called "Let Me Go, Devil", and urged that it be sung on the soundtrack by an

unknown songstress rather than an established star, to heighten the dramatic impact.

With remarkable foresight he then saw to it, that prior to telecast the record stores were

well stocked with her Columbia recording of the song. It was renamed "Let Me Go, Lover"

 and sung by Joan Weber. By the next day after broadcast the song became

a phenomenal hit. (It sold over one million copies). [RF]

 

7.10 [--] Studio One: JOEY

22-Nov-1954

written by A.J. Russell

based on characters created by H. Philip Minis

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Orson Bean ..... Joey
Geraldine Brooks ..... Theresa
Louise Larabee ..... Senobia

Synopsis:
Joey, a clown and leader of a traveling circus, suddenly becomes

depressed when his group plays the tiny town of Millville.

 

7.11 [--] Studio One: THE DESERTER

29-Nov-1954

written by S. Lee Pogostin

story by Lowell Barrington

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

June Lockhart  ..... Robbie
James Gregory ..... Corey
Margaret Wycherly ...... Mrs. Page

Synopsis:
A bitter soldier is released after serving seven years for desertion under fire.

 

7.12 [--] Studio One: SHORT CUT

06-Dec-1954

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Jackie Gleason  ...... Sam Wheeler
Lin McCarthy ...... Mike Reardon
Priscilla Gillette ...... Rachel

Charles Jordan ...... Cy Hamer
Charles Penman ...... Governor Clinton
Florenz Ames ........ Charles Aiken
Larry Gates ......... Henry Winthrop
Woodrow Parfrey ..... Joey

 

7.13 [--] Studio One: 12:32 A.M. 

13-Dec-1954

written by Reginald Rose

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Van Dyke Parks ...... Eddie Stone
Katharine Bard ....... Grace Stone

 

7.14 [--] Studio One: TWO LITTLE MINKS

20-Dec-1954

written by Michael Dyne

based on a story by Lisa Osten

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Una Merkel  ..... Paris McHugh
Walter Hampden ..... Uncle Silas
Frank McHugh ...... Nobby Bishop

Adnia Rice .......... Miss Wopping
Buzzy Martin ........ Sammy
Clarice Blackburn ... Mrs. Anchorage)
Cliff Hall .......... Mr. Bunting
E.A. Krumschmidt .... Mr. Heckie
Larry Fletcher ...... Mr. Grunton
Lucie Lancaster ..... Witch
Mary Perry .......... Witch
Nell Harrison ....... Witch
Parker McCormick .... Mrs. Grunton
Synopsis:
Luckless Nobby and his wife look forward to a brighter day, when wealthy

Uncle Silas passes away and leaves them his riches. To their dismay,

Silas has every intention of making it to 100.

 

7.15 [--] Studio One: THE CUCKOO IN SPRING

27-Dec-1954

written by Sam Hall

story by Elizabeth Cadell

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Charles Coburn ...... Louis Hurst
Richard Kiley ...... Julian Hurst
Louise King ...... Alexandra Bell
David White ...... Oliver
Leatrice Joy ...... Rowena
P.J. Kelly ...... Ed Randall

LeRoi Operti (Leroy)

 

7.16 [--] Studio One: THE MISSING MEN

03-Jan-1955

written by Marc Brandel

from the story "The Patrolman" by Walt Grove

directed by Paul Nickell

proudcer Felix Jackson

starring

George Macready  ....... Horne

Gene Nelson ....... Trout

 

7.17 [--] Studio One: GRANDMA ROLLED HER OWN

10-Jan-1955

(aka You're Only Young Twice)

written by Harry W. Junkin

based on the book by Ted Peckham

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Cathleen Nesbitt  ...... Grandma

Oliver Andes ...... Bill Caldwell

Jan Farrand ......... Gloria Caldwell
Kay Medford ......... Mrs. Sweeney
Synopsis:
During the depression of 1929 Grandma takes in her 12-year-old orphaned grandson.

 Grandma rents out 22 rooms of her 25 room house and every March when the

circus comes to town, she takes in some interesting boarders.

 

7.18 [--] Studio One: SAIL WITH THE TIDE

17-Jan-1955

written by Michael Dyne

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Mai Zetterling  ....... Gabrielle
Claude Dauphin ...... Victor Marquet
Grant Williams ...... Soldier

 

7.19 [--] Studio One: IT MIGHT HAPPEN TOMORROW

24-Jan-1955

written by Carey Wilbur

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Barry Sullivan  ...... Michael Norman
Dana Wynter ...... Katherine
Anthony Franciosa ....... Charles Egan

 

7.20 [--] Studio One: THE SILENT WOMAN

31-Jan-1955

written by Marc Brandel

from the novel by Margaret Page Hood

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Lee Richardson ...... Will Donan

Everett Sloane ....... Giovanni
Gaby Rodgers ....... Gina
Margaret Hamilton ....... Laura Lawson
Peg Hillias ....... Miss Martha

Synopsis:
Sheriff Donan travels to a rural Maine island to investigate the case

 of a missing young woman.  While there, he learns many

odd things about the place and it's inhabitants.

 

7.21 [--] Studio One: A STRANGER MAY DIE

07-Feb-1955

written by David P. Harmon

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Jack Warden ..... Lieutenant Brown
Don Gibson ..... Whitey
Martin Rudy ....... Steve Brodsky

Synopsis:
Police are desperately trying to prevent a would-be suicide from turning

into a slaughter of the tenants in the apartment building.

 

7.22 [--] Studio One: THE BROKEN SPUR

14-Feb-1955

written by Reginald Rose

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Paul Langton ....... John Temple

Royal Dano ....... Zack

Georgann Johnson ...... Nancy

Van Dyke Parks ...... Robbie

Florenz Ames ...... Dave Sears

Ford Rainey ...... Sam Forrest

Synopsis:

The scene is a shabby tinder-box of a western town, the time 1900. A stranger gets

off the train, goes to the sheriff's office and kills him. The town assumes that the late

sheriff's mild-mannered son will take over, lead a hard-hitting campaign to find

the killer and avenge his father's death. [RF]

 

7.23 [--] Studio One: THE EDDIE CHAPMAN STORY

21-Feb-1955

written by William Templeton

story by Frank Owen

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Roy Deans ...... Eddie Chapman

 

7.24 [--] Studio One: DONOVAN'S BRAIN

28-Feb-1955

written by William Templeton

based on the novel "Donovan's Brain" by Curt Siodmak

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Wendell Corey  ...... Dr. Cory
June Dayton ...... Janice
E.G. Marshall ....... Dr. Shratt

Synopsis:

The story of the living brain of a physically twisted billionaire bent on global

domination who dies in an accident, also harkened back to the Holocaust. [RF]

 

7.25 [--] Studio One: MILLIONS OF GEORGES

07-Mar-1955

written by Joe Masteroff

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Scott Brady  ....... George
Hope Emerson ...... Mrs. Flower
Barry McGuire ....... Ralph
Joan Lorring ....... Terry

 

7.26 [--] Studio One: THE CONVICTION OF PETER SHEA

14-Mar-1955

written by Harry W. Junkin

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

George Montgomery ........ Bakeland
Inger Stevens ....... Mary
Skip Homeier ....... Peter Shea

Bert Freed .......... Malone
Edgar Stehli ........ Judge Reynolds
George Macready ..... Bakeland
Jerome Kitty ........ Larsen
Pat Henning ......... Stabell
Raymond Bramley ..... Warden
Synopsis:

Peter Shea, a stock broker is found guilty and sent to prison following the

dying words by the victim of a hit-and-run. Shea maintains his innocence.
 

7.27 [--] Studio One: MISS TURNER'S DECISION

21-Mar-1955

written by Howard Rodman

starring

Nina Foch ....... Melissa Turner
Cliff Hall ....... George Turner
Glenda Farrell ....... Irene
Edward Andrews ....... Forest

Synopsis:
The story of two people beyond their first youth, shy and plain fall in love. [RF]

 

7.28 [--] Studio One: DOMINIQUE

28-Mar-1955

Producer Felix Jackson
Written by Ernest Kinoy
Story by Daniel Hollywood
Directed by Franklin Schaffner
Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Associate Producer, William Markham Altman
Story Editor, Florence Britton
Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Bette Stein

starring

Phyllis Hill ...... Barbara
Ralph Meeker .......Steve
Marisa Pavan ....... Dominique
John McGiver ....... Darrell

Betty Sinclair ...... Mrs. MacGruder
Norman Fell ......... Jake
Peter Turgeon ....... Sam

Synopsis:

A married man falls for another man's wife. [RF]

Synopsis 2:

Arriving in Vermont with his new Italian bride, another man falls for her.

 

7.29 [--] Studio One: CROSS MY HEART

04-Apr-1955

written by Harry W. Junkin

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Hugh Marlowe  ....... Howard Vining
Jane Seymour ....... Miss Healy
Roni Dengel ....... Holly Vining
Neva Patterson ........ Ella Vining

Synopsis:
A girl runs away when she feels abandoned and misunderstood by her parents.

 

7.30 [--] Studio One: PASSAGE AT ARMS

11-Apr-1955

written by Irving Elman

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Louis Jourdan ...... Marc

Theodore Bikel ...... Machek

Raimonda Orselli ....... Lydia

Peter Capell ....... Paul

Ilke Windish ....... Irme

Michael Gorrin ....... Borsky

Robert Sterling - (possibly not this episode)

Maria Riva - (possibly not this episode)

Synopsis:

The year is 1948. While the captain of Czechoslovakia's championship

hockey team is in Moscow, Russia annexes his home land.

 On his return, he and his fiancee plot to escape. [RF]

*Note According to Franklin Schaffner's documents the

 title is "Passage At Arms" and not "Passage Of Arms".

 

7.31 [--] Studio One: AFFAIRS OF STATE

18-Apr-1955

written by Louis Verneuil

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Betty Furness ...... Irene

Jeff Morrow ...... George

Walter Hampden ...... Phillip Russell

Rita Vale ...... Constance

Synopsis:

Irene is the plain niece of an elder statesman, who comes to Washington to

aid her uncle. She seems an ideal match for a bachelor senator up for re-election.

But her uncle and husband-to-be don't realize just how ideal she really is!  [RF]

*Note this play was produced on Broadway with Celeste Holm as its star.

 

7.32 [--] Studio One: MRS. BRIMMER DID IT!

25-Apr-1955

written by Katherine and Robert Howard Lindsay

starring

Dennis Price ...... Julian Brimmer

Margaret Phillips ....... Addie

Brenda Forbes ...... Carrie

Francis Compton ....... Judge Rossiter

Cavada Humphrey ....... Margaret

John McGiver ........ Mr. Brimmer

Synopsis:

The audience knows what none of the story's characters know - that Mr. Brimmer

did not go over that seaside cliff unaided. Sinister Cousin Julian from South Africa

gave Mr. Brimmer a bit of help. [RF]

 

7.33 [303] Studio One: SUMMER PAVILION [verified on film -RF]
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02-May-1955 CBS Mon
Produced by Felix Jackson
Written by Gore Vidal
Directed by Paul Nickell
Associate Producer William M. Altman
Story Editor Florence Britton
Set Designer Kim Swados
Set Decorator Ken Krausgill
Costume Designer Leslie Renfield
Lighting Designer Bob Barry
Graphics and Titles Vahe Kirishjian
Music Alfredo Antonini
starring
Miriam Hopkins ............. Theresa Durand
Charles Drake ............... Ned Welch
Elizabeth Montgomery .. Helen Durand
Wyatt Cooper ............... Winter Carrington
Joseph Sweeney ......... Father Durand
Ruth White ................... Belle Travers
Carol Veazie ................ Mrs. Duval
Dario Barri .................... Assistant
William A. Forester ...... The Waiter
Synopsis:
A mother and daughter clash between the old and new ways of the South. [RF]
 

7.34 [--] Studio One: A PICTURE IN THE PAPER

09-May-1955

written by Mann Rubin

starring

James Dunn ......... Frank

Doreen Lang ........ Irene

Jason Robards Jr. ....... Cameron

Maxine Stuart ....... Marie

James Hickman ....... Pete

Heywood Hale Broun ........ Photographer

Synopsis:

A mild-mannered bookkeeper, belittled by his family and his co-workers, is to get his

picture in the paper at last. He's been named his company's head bookkeeper. The picture

is in the paper all right, but the captain names him as chairman of the city's anti-vice crusade. [RF]

 

7.35 [--] Studio One: STRANGE COMPANION

16-May-1955

written by  Don Ettlinger

story by John Van Druten and Christopher Isherwood

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Peggy Ann Garner ........ Jenny

Laurence Hugo ........ Frank

Cathleen Nesbitt ........ Miss Hardwick

Jane Rose ........ Mable

Bill Gunn ........ Jim

Synopsis:

The drab companion of an elderly hypochondriac is transformed into a lovely woman.

The reason, her love affair with a young man she met on her day off at the opera. The catch:

 She's told the young man she's the educated daughter of a famed operatic diva.

The problem: What will happen if he finds out the truth? [RF]

 

7.36 [--] Studio One: PIGEONS AND PEOPLE

23-May-1955

written by Joseph Schrank

story by George M. Cohan

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Edward Andrews  ...... Parker
Robert Strauss ...... Gilroy
George Keane ........ Heath
Parker McCormick .... Mrs. Dunlap
Gage Clarke ......... Frisby
Beverly Whitney ..... Elinore
Jacqueline Holt ..... Winnie

Synopsis:

A man named Parker prefers the companionship of the pigeons in the park to that

of the human race. One day, as he sits feeding his friends, Parker is approached by

a gentleman who wishes to rehabilitate him. [RF]

 

7.37 [--] Studio One: OPERATION HOME

30-May-1955

written by William M. Altman

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

John Forsythe  ....... Pete Maynard
Nita Talbot ......... Pat Hutchins
Alan Bunce .......... Colonel Whitfield
Don Hammer .......... Major Adams
Harry Clark ......... Sgt. Humphrey
William Johnstone ... Metcalfe

Synopsis:

It's 1945, the war is over and everybody wants the soldier boys home at once.

Assigned to shepherd some 600 troops from California to New York is a scholarly

officer, who's spent his three year's in service at a secluded desk job. [RF]

 

7.38 [--] Studio One: THE SPANGERS

06-Jun-1955

written by James Yaffe

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Cyril Ritchard   ...... Monty Gavenhurst
Ernest Truex ........ Martin Bristol
Murray Hamilton ..... Joe
Judith Parrish ...... Amy
Alice Pearce ........ Regina

 

7.39 [--] Studio One: THE INCREDIBLE WORLD OF HORACE FORD

13-Jun-1955

written by Reginald Rose

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Art Carney  .......... Horace Ford
Jason Robards Jr. ... Leonard O'Brien
Bettye Ackerman ..... Betty
Leora Dana .......... Laura
House Jameson ....... Mr. Judson
Jane Seymour ....... Matron

 

7.40 [--] Studio One: HEART SONG

20-Jun-1955

written by Charles S. Gardner

directed by Seymour Robbie

producer Alex March

starring

Everett Sloane ........ Jonah Silver
Phyllis Kirk ........ April
Edmon Ryan ........ Hanover
Margaret Barker ......... Polly

Synopsis:
Casting director Jonah Silver used to be a Hollywood bigwig but now

works at a small studio until a woman pays him a visit.

 

7.41 [--] Studio One: FOR THE DEFENSE

27-Jun-1955

written by George Bellak

directed by William Brown

producer Alex March

starring

Bruce Gordon  ....... Bonnell
Russell Hicks ......... Hinton
Hildy Parks .......... Fran
Leo Penn ........... Morrow
Mike Wallace ......... Carl

 

7.42 [--] Studio One: THE DAY BEFORE THE WEDDING

04-Jul-1955

written by Anthony Spinner

producer Alex March

starring

Russell Collins ....... Charlie
Inger Stevens ......... Lucy
Biff McGuire .......... Don
Barbara O'Neil ........... Mother
Michael Strong .......... Harry

 

7.43 [--] Studio One: SANE AS A HATTER

11-Jul-1955

written by Michael Dyne

directed by William H. Brown

producer Alex March

starring

Romney Brent  ......... Eames
Nydia Westman ............ Miss Twink
Frederick Worlock ......... Chief
Rosalind Ivan .......... Mrs. Chedderwill
Margarita Warwick ....... Mrs. Moon

Bruce Marshall

 

7.44 [--] Studio One: A TERRIBLE DAY

18-Jul-1955

written by Carey Wilber

directed by Seymour Robbie

producer Alex March

starring

Jack Klugman  ........ Darrell
Bruce Gordon ......... Clanton
Arthur O'Connell ......... Conners

Mark Lawrence

 

7.45 [--] Studio One: THE TALL DARK STRANGER

25-Jul-1955

written by Peter Barry

producer Alex March

starring

Constance Ford ....... Adrian Falcon
Martin Rudy ........ Max Jaycen
Nelson Olmsted ........ Hotel Manager

Martin Rudy

 

7.46 [--] Studio One: JULIUS CAESAR

01-Aug-1955

adapted by Leo Penn

story by William Shakespeare

directed by Leo Penn

producer Alex March

starring

Michael Tolan  ........ Octavius Vaesar
Theodore Bikel ..... Julius Caesar
Philip Bourneuf ...... Brutus
Alfred Ryder ......... Marc Antony
Maria Britneva ........ Calpurnia
Shepperd Strudwick ........ Cassius

 

7.47 [--] Studio One: THE PRINCE AND THE PUPPET

08-Aug-1955

written by Shirley Peterson

directed by Seymour Robbie

producer Alex March

starring

Van Dyke Parks ........ Lawrence Alden
Phyllis Hill ........ Mrs. Alden
Joseph Sweeney ........ Vernon
Bill Baird ......... Barney Plunkett
John Shay ....... Robinson

 

7.48 [--] Studio One: THE SECRET

15-Aug-1955

directed by Paul Stanley

producer Alex March

starring

John Baragrey  ...... Simon Dow
Catherine MacLeod ....... Bessie
Hildy Parks ....... Avery Dow

 

7.49 [--] Studio One: THE VOYSEY INHERITANCE

22-Aug-1955

written by Michael Dyne

story by Granville Barker

directed by Seymour Robbie

producer Alex March

starring

Bramwell Fletcher ...... Mr. Wynteringham
Dorothy Sands ....... Mrs. Voysey
Frederick Worlock ........ Mr. Voysey
Gloria Stroock .......... Alice
Douglas Watson ........ Edward

Synopsis:
A young man is about to take over his family's investment firm when

 he discovers that his father lost a bundle of the clients' money.

 

7.50 [--] Studio One: A CHANCE AT LOVE

29-Aug-1955

written by Shirley Peterson

directed by Alan Cooke

producer Alex March

starring

Richard Kiley ...... Ralph Johnson
Gena Rowlands ......... Betty
Georgann Johnson ......... Laura Dowd

 

7.51 [--] Studio One: MAMA'S BOY

05-Sep-1955

written by Mel Goldberg

directed by Tom Donovan

producer Alex March

starring

Ruth White  ....... Mama
Martin E. Brooks ......... Paul
Alfred Ryder .......... Allie

Martin Rudy

Zorah Alton

 

7.52 [--] Studio One: THE PIT

12-Sep-1955

written by Charles S. Gardner

producer Alex March

starring

Olive Deering  ....... Molly
William Smithers ...... Tom

Robert F. Simon

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