CTVA US Anthology - "Westinghouse Studio One" (CBS) Season 8 (1955-56)

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 Season 8 (CBS) (1955-56)
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)

8.01 [--] Studio One: LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON

19-Sep-1955

written by Kathleen Lindsay and Robert Howard Lindsay

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Ralph Bellamy ......... Todd McNeill

Geraldine Fitzgerald  ........... Marian McNeill

Keenan Wynn .......... Graham Hicks

Vaughn Taylor  .......... Billy
Charles Dingle ......... Judge Swanson
Geoffrey Horne ........... Jim

Charles Drake

Synopsis:

An ex-football hero who's now a successful businessman, tries to mold his

own son in his own image even though his wife opposes it. [RF]

 

8.02 [--] Studio One: THREE EMPTY ROOMS

26-Sep-1955

written by Reginald Rose

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Barbara Baxley   ........... Louise Shoemaker
Steve Brodie  ........... Jerry Shoemaker
Joseph Sweeney  ........... Mr. Sweeney
Eli Mintz  ........... Mr. Elihu

Ginger MacManus

 

8.03 [--] Studio One: A LIKELY STORY

03-Oct-1955

written by Frank D. Gilroy

starring

Patricia Barry  ........... Ethel Cascade
Eddie Bracken  ........... Billy Cascade
Hope Emerson  ........... Mrs. Bascomb
Jack Whiting  ........... Tim O'Hara

 

8.04 [--] Studio One: UNCLE ED AND CIRCUMSTANCES

10-Oct-1955

written by Frank D. Gilroy

based on a short story by Jackie Gleason

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Jackie Gleason  ........... Uncle Ed 

John Baragrey  ........... Emcee
Edward Binns ........... Joe Doyle
Mildred Natwick  ........... Kate
J. Pat O'Malley  ........... Jim
Cliff Hall  ........... Mike

Ann Edwards ......... Ann
Johnny Doyle ........ Billy
Marian Randall ...... Julie
P.J. Kelly .......... Captain Doyle

Synopsis:
Uncle Ed is a contestant on the game show "The $64,000 Question".

*Note: Jackie Gleason also wrote the music for this episode.

 

8.05 [--] Studio One: A MOST CONTAGIOUS GAME

17-Oct-1955

written by Don Ettlinger

story by Samuel Grafton

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Steve Cochran ....... Dan
Edward Andrews ...... Fistar Marrock
Bert Freed .......... Mike Jannis
Kenny Delmar ........ Pentomer
Synopsis:
A magazine reporter joins an underworld gang in order to get his story. [RF]
 

8.06 [--] Studio One: PRIVATE HISTORY

24-Oct-1955

written by Jerome Ross

directed by Bill Brown

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Cecil Kellaway  .......... Jason
Raymond Bramley ........... Deakins
Louise King .............. Alexandra
Lee Philips .............. Stephen
Howard St. John ........ Herbert

Alonso Bosan ........ Henry
Perry Ivins ......... Dealer

Synopsis:

The son of a famous politician runs for political office on the heels of father.

 

8.07 [--] Studio One: SPLIT LEVEL

31-Oct-1955

written by Joel Hammil

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Cathleen Nesbitt .......... Veronica Vermilyea

Dino Di Luca ........... Carlo DiStephani

Mario Alcalde .......... Tonio

Douglas Gordon ........... Ashley

Alfreda Wallace ........... Betty

Susan Willis ....... Anita

Lola D'Annunzio .......... Majeska

Martha Greenhouse ......... Rachel

Luigi Badalatti ........ Emilio

Paul Andor ......... Sam

Synopsis:

Despite the opposition of their families, two 65-year-olds persist in their plans to marry.

Though their families share a split-level house, their lives are miles apart. The woman

is from a once-social southern family. The man is an Italian immigrant. [RF]

 

8.08 [--] Studio One: SHAKEDOWN CRUISE

07-Nov-1955

written by Loring D. Mandel

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Richard Kiley  ......... Merrick

Lee Marvin  ......... Teale

Martin E. Brooks  ........ Peters

George Mathews ........ Samuelson

Don Hastings

Clint Young

Synopsis:

A Navy crew is trapped in a crippled submarine at the floor of the ocean. The captain

and his second in command must organize the men, who, before the accident,

 were torn by petty grievances. [RF]

 

8.09 [--] Studio One: THE JUDGE AND THE HANGMAN

14-Nov-1955

adapted by Dick Berg

story by Friedrich Durrenmatt

directed by William H. Brown

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Herbert Berghof ......... Laszlo

Kurt Kasznar .......... Barlach

Charles Korvin .......... Gastman

Jamie Smith .......... Tschantz

George Voskovec .......... Von Schwendi

Luis Van Rooten ......... Lutz

Synopsis:

The scene is Bern, Switzerland. The commissioner of police announces the solution

of the puzzling death of a fellow officer. Through flashbacks, we follow the

steps that led to the commissioner's findings. [RF]

 

8.10 [--] Studio One: JULIE

21-Nov-1955

written by David Davidson

starring

Roni Dengel .......... Julie

Jan Miner ............ Mother

Terry O'Sullivan ........... Father

Jimmy Sommer .......... Larry

Joel Crothers ........ Henry

Synopsis:

A teenage girl tries to increase the understanding between her football hero boyfriend

and his widower father. Though the boy's an extrovert with his high school pals,

he's quiet and considerate with his girl. [RF]

 

8.11 [--] Studio One: THE MAN WHO CAUGHT THE BALL AT COOGAN'S BLUFF

28-Nov-1955

written by Rod Serling

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Alan Young ............. George Abernathy

Gisele MacKenzie  .............. Mrs. Abernathy

Henry Jones ............... Sloane

Benny Baker ............. Harvey

John Gibson ............ Dr. Peterson

Horace McMahon

Synopsis:

A shy, middle-aged baseball fan becomes a national celebrity after making

a spectacular catch of a homerun ball. [RF]

 

8.12 [--] Studio One: BLOW UP AT CORTLAND

05-Dec-1955

written by Paul Monash

directed by William H. Brown

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Neville Brand   ........... Klaus
Chester Morris  ........... Warden Garry
Philip Coolidge  ........... Sheriff

 

8.13 [--] Studio One: THE STRONGBOX

12-Dec-1955

adapted by William Templeton

story by Howard Swiggett

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

James Daly   ........... Deering
Katharine Bard  ........... Lydia
Meg Mundy  ........... Lady Laracor

 

8.14 [--] Studio One: MIRACLE AT POTTER'S FARM

19-Dec-1955

written by Kathleen Lindsay and Robert Howard Lindsay

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Natalie Wood   ........... Jen Potter
Luke Halpin  ........... Brucie
Frank McHugh  ........... Horace Potter

 

8.15 [--] Studio One: FAIR PLAY  

26-Dec-1955

(aka Shadow of the Noose)

written by Loring D. Mandel

story by John and Ward Hawkins for Saturday Evening Post

starring

James Gregory  ........... Private Alan Pomeroy
Dewey Martin  ........... Lieutenant Peter Cameron
Joe Mantell  ........... Samuel Yarnell

Cameron Prud'homme ....... Judge Lynch

Synopsis:
A young army officer waiting assignment is picked to defend a soldier

 in a court martial. The soldier is charged with a murder that was actually committed

by the two MPs who arrested him. The officer risks his career in search of

 material that can exonerate the soldier. [TA]

Synopsis 2:
A sad-sack private accused of murdering a girl, is defended by an idealistic

 young Lieutenant, who is soon convinced that his client is being framed

 by a pair of villainous MPs. [RF]

 

8.16 [--] Studio One: DINO

02-Jan-1956

written by Reginald Rose

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Sal Mineo .............. Dino
Ralph Meeker ........... Mr. Sheridan
Dort Clark ............. Mr. Mandel
Rudy Bond .............. Mr. Falcaro
Pat De Simone .......... Tony
Carolyn Brenner ........ Mrs. Falcaro
Edgar Stehli ........... Vince
Toni Hallaran .......... Shirley Wallace
Danny Dennis ........... Danny
Frank Valenza .......... Steve
Brandon Peters ......... Mr. Fields

Synopsis:

Dino fears his adoring kid brother is his only ally. The older boy has just been

released from reform school. He's sullen and uncooperative with his family and his

guidance counselors. And Dino knows that if he returns to his life of crime,

 his brother will be with him. [RF]

 

8.17 [--] Studio One: THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY

09-Jan-1956

Adapted by Marc Brandel

Based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Producer Felix Jackson

starring

Patricia Smith

Keefe Brasselle

William Redfield

Vaughn Taylor

Synopsis:
A clever, ne'er-do-well actor goes to Italy to kill a man. [RF]

 

8.18 [--] Studio One: THE BOUNTY HUNTERS
16-Jan-1956
(aka Johnny August)
Written by Carey Wilber
starring
Cameron Mitchell ....... Johnny August
Tina Louise ............ Dolores
Phyllis Kirk ........... Samantha Dolan
Charles Korvin ......... El Cameron
Murvyn Vye ............. Poag
Jacques Aubuchon ....... Sebastian
Synopsis:
Johnny August is hesitant about helping to track down a blackmailer in Mexico.

 As a favor to his former boss, now a millionaire but under indictment for murder,

Johnny takes the job and goes hunting south of the border. His quarry is

 the person who claims to have witnessed the murder. [RF]
 

8.19 [--] Studio One: A PUBLIC FIGURE
23-Jan-1956
written by Harry W. Junkin
starring

 James Daly ............. Scott Martin
Mercedes McCambridge ... Connie Martin
Shepperd Strudwick ..... Hal Manning
Gene Raymond ........... Charles Sterling
Charles Cooper ......... Seth Jackson
Cliff Hall ............. Dr. Morton
Jimmy Rogers ........... Bruce Morton
Clark Gordon ........... Joe
Raymond Duke ........... Johnny
Synopsis:
The idyllic life of a successful TV actor is suddenly marred by a rumor hinting of

 an impending expose in a scandal magazine. The actor, who has become the

 hero of American youth, refuses to sit back and be ruined. Instead he

accepts the challenge and fights for his life. [RF]
 

8.20 [--] Studio One: MY SON, JOHNNY

30-Jan-1956

written by Kathleen Lindsay and Robert Howard Lindsay

story by John McNulty

directed by Franklin Schaffner

starring

Wendell Corey  ........... John Ryerson
Luke Halpin  ........... Johnny
Neva Patterson  ........... Helen
Paul Hartman  ........... Cully

Larry Gates  ........... Hy
Cliff Norton  ........... Luke
Frank Campanella  ........... Creefus
Henry Sharp  ........... Jake
Synopsis:
A magazine writer, married to his part-time editor, is vaguely discontented

with his life. Then one night he learns that after many years of marriage, he is going

to be a father. The news has an extraordinary effect on the lives of the couple.

 

8.21 [--] Studio One: THE SILENT GUN

06-Feb-1956

written by Carson A. Wiley

starring

Lloyd Bridges   ........... Sam Dobie
Anthony Perkins  ........... Clyde Smith
Frank McHugh  ........... Ben Ames
Paul Stevens  ........... Davis Kane
Chris Gampel  ........... Oney Harris
Jay Barney  ........... Jim Burke
John Kellogg  ........... Thorpe
Fred Herrick  ........... Jennings
Tim Flynn  ........... Bartender
 

8.22 [--] Studio One: MANHATTAN DUET

13-Feb-1956

written by Helen Cotton

starring

Dennis O'Keefe  ........... Willard Newell
Nina Foch  ........... Joyce Newell
Geraldine Brooks  ........... Minerva
Edward Andrews  ........... Nils Bergermann
Pauline Myers  ........... Louise
Judson Pratt  ........... Reporter

Synopsis:
A couple entertain in their apartment when a businessman

turns out to be a con artist.

 

8.23 [--] Studio One: CIRCLE OF GUILT

20-Feb-1956

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Mel Goldberg

Directed by Franklin Schaffner

Associate Director, Joseph Dackow
Program Assistant, Bette Stein
Set Designer, Willard Levitas
Set Decorator, Wes Laws
starring

Peter Graves  ........... Glenn
Julie Adams  ........... Anne
Keenan Wynn  ........... Wally
Fred Clark  ........... Mort
Vaughn Taylor  ........... Doc
Joseph Boland  ........... Mike
Anne Seymour  ........... Martha
Paul Stevens  ........... Paul

 

8.24 [--] Studio One: ALWAYS WELCOME

27-Feb-1956

Adapted by Peggy Phillips

from the play by Jeanette Kamins

directed by William H. Brown

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Mildred Dunnock ..... Amy
John Lupton ......... Marty
Henry Jones ......... Mr. Weaver
Pat DeSimone ........ Frankie
Malcolm Brodrick .... Jackie
Billy Kochiyama ..... Peppy
Judy Sanford ........ Sandy
Synopsis:
A childless widow makes a career of raising homeless children, and in 25 years

 she has successfully coped with the problems of countless youngsters. However,

 her latest arrival, a sensitive teenaged boy, presents quite a challenge. Withdrawn

 into a shell of his own, he immediately becomes a troublemaker. [RF]

 

8.25 [--] Studio One: A FAVOR FOR SAM

05-Mar-1956

producer Felix Jackson

adapted by William M. Altman

story by John and Ward Hawkins "A Gun in His Back".

directed by Paul Nickell

starring

James Whitmore ....... Sam

Priscilla Gillette ....... Grace

Jacques Aubuchon ....... Garrow

Michael Strong ....... Otis

Woodrow Parfrey ....... Jesse
Don Gordon ....... Eddie
Archie Smith ....... Vic
John Buckwalter ....... Griffin
Irwin Charone ....... Eddie Marks
Harrison Dowd ....... Watchman

Synopsis:

A quick-tempered cab driver picks up what appears to be two men and a drunk.

On second look the drunk proves to be a corpse. [RF]

 

8.26 [--] Studio One: FLOWER OF PRIDE

12-Mar-1956

written by Michael Dyne

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Trevor Howard  ....... Vittorio
Geraldine Fitzgerald. Duchess
Halliwell Hobbes .... Father Benedict
Felicia Montealegre . Sara
Zolya Talma ......... Senora Maroni
Brook Seawell ....... Lalla
LeRoi Operti ........ Gucci
Moyna MacGill ....... Dressmaker

 

8.27 [--] Studio One: THE LAUGHTER OF GIANTS

19-Mar-1956

written by Paul Crabtree

directed by William H. Brown

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Brian Donlevy  ....... Jim
Rita Gam ....... Rain
Patrick McVey ....... Mike
Biff McGuire ....... Cary

Synopsis:
This drama centers around three persons, a domineering millionaire,

his beautiful wife and a young painter. [RF]

 

8.28 [--] Studio One: THE TALE OF ST. EMERGENCY

26-Mar-1956

written by Howard Rodman

story by Jackie Gleason

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring
Red Buttons ......... St. Emergency
James Barton ........ Joe Tinker
Henry Jones ......... St. Barnabas
Paul Ford ........... Jones
Russell Collins ..... Collins
Cliff Hall .......... Carter
Clint Young ......... Policeman
Cecil Kellaway
Synopsis:
St. Barnabas is just about ready to hand in his halo. He's the guardian saint of the

 town of Morton's Wish, which is, alas, a haven of corruption. St. Emergency arrives

 to make one last attempt to save the place, and St. Barnabas finds he can't forsake

his people at such a time. He tags along with St. Emergency to lend a hand. Trouble

is, they only have 24 hours to save Morton's Wish. They have a brainstorm. If they find

one honest man, the town is saved, for one honest man is worth 100 crooks. They find

him - but he's the town drunk and the two saints' problems are far from solved. [RF]
 

8.29 [--] Studio One: THIS WILL DO NICELY

02-Apr-1956

written by Loring D. Mandel

story by Thomas Flanagan

directed by William H. Brown

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Larry Blyden  ....... Cadmon
Alan Young ........ Timothy
Bert Freed ....... Lt. Burke
Felicia Montealegre ......... Helen

 

8.30 [--] Studio One: THE ARENA

09-Apr-1956

written by Rod Serling

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Wendell Corey ....... James Norton
Chester Morris ...... Feeney
Leora Dana .......... Margaret
John Cromwell ....... Senator Rogers
Edgar Stehli ........ Frank Norton
Frances Sternhagen .. Betty
Peter Turgeon ....... Reporter
Synopsis:
Young James Norton has just arrived in Washington, D.C.,

to begin his term as a freshman senator. He follows in the footsteps of

his famous father, an ex-senator who considered the senate floor his arena.

Norton must soon decide whether he wants to keep following

in those footsteps, or beat a path of his own. [RF]
 

8.31 [--] Studio One: REGARDING FILE NUMBER 3456

16-Apr-1956

written by George Bellak

from a Saturday Evening Post story by Hannah Smith

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Lin McCarthy  ........ Sherman
Priscilla Gillette .. Irene
Dolly Haas .......... Mrs. Kneiper
Donald Briggs ....... Michael
Victor Thorley ...... Mr. Kneiper
Anne Seymour ........ Carol Trasker
Judson Pratt ........ Mr. Trasker
Douglas Watson ...... Gil

 

[--] Studio One: preempted?

23-Apr-1956

 

8.32 [--] Studio One: I DO

30-Apr-1956

written by Ernest Kinoy

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Bobby Driscoll  ...... Peter
Gigi Perreau ........ Jean
Harry Townes ........ Mr. Hager
Alfreda Wallace ..... Margaret
Cliff Hall .......... Mr. Stenderman
Carolyn Brenner ..... Mrs. Stenderman
Jill Selferth ....... Myra
John Shellie ........ Arthur

 

8.33 [--] Studio One: THE DROP OF A HAT

07-May-1956

written by Dick Berg

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Elizabeth Montgomery  ....... Maggie
Valerie Bettis  ...... Sasha
Nina Foch ........... Fran Dundee
Stephen Elliott ..... Dundee
Jayne Meadows ....... Leslie Abbotts
George Voskovec ..... Mr. Kovac
Loraine Grover ...... Melissa

Synopsis:
At the office of a glossy women's magazine, things are thrown into chaos

when the owner suddenly shows up, and the editor fears for her job. [RF]

 

8.34 [--] Studio One: THE GENIE OF SUTTON PLACE

14-May-1956

written by Kenneth Heuer & George Selden

directed by William H. Brown

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Henry Jones ........ Sam
Polly Rowles ........ Aunt Lucy
Jonathan Harris ........ Mr. Dickinson
William Marshall ........ Abdullah
Harvey Grant ...... Timothy

 

8.35 [--] Studio One: THE STAR-SPANGLED SOLDIER

21-May-1956

written by David Swift

directed by Paul Nickell

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Ray Collins  ........... General Sam Woolery
Kenny Delmar ........... Mayor Clamberg
Vaughn Taylor  ........... Professor Henry Lempkin
Eddie Mayehoff  ........... Colonel George Woolery
Parker McCormick  ........... Martha Woolery
Dan Morgan  ........... Sheriff Monday
Zamah Cunningham  ........... Mrs. Lagerloff

Synopsis:

A not too sharp commandant of a military academy gets into some hilarious

 situations when he mistakes his father's invention for a war missile. [RF]

 

8.36 [--] Studio One: FAMILY PROTECTION

28-May-1956

written by Palmer Thompson

directed by Franklin Schaffner

producer Felix Jackson

starring

Joanne Woodward   ..... Daisy
Everett Sloane ...... Mike Hudson
Corey Allen ......... Eddie
Conrad Bain ......... Evans
Leonard Stone ....... Farrow
Al Sander ........... Mathis
John Buckwalter ..... Mr. Dover
Joseph Marr ......... Bartender
Janine Manatis ...... Bank Clerk.

 

8.37 [--] Studio One: THE POWER

04-Jun-1956

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by William M. Altman

From the novel by Frank Robinson

Directed by William H. Brown

starring

James Daly   .......... Bill Tanner
Paul Stevens ........ Defalco
Shepperd Strudwick .. Nordlund
David White ......... Van Zandt
Theodore Bikel ...... Grossman
Dort Clark .......... Mike
Joyce Lear .......... Petey
Henry Sharp ......... Scott

 

8.38 [--] Studio One: FLIGHT

11-Jun-1956

Adapted by Robert Herridge

Story by John Steinbeck

starring

Miriam Colon  ........ Rosie
Vivian Nathan ....... Mama Torres
Jose Perez .......... Emilio
Maria Reid .......... Mrs. Rodriguez
Gerald Sarracini .... Pepe Torres
Mario Alcade ........ Joseph
Robert Carricart .... Thomas

 

8.39 [--] Studio One: SNAP YOUR FINGERS

18-Jun-1956

Written by Richard DeRoy

starring

Philip Abbott   ....... Peter
Nancy Sheridan ...... Caroline
Renee Gadd .......... Miss Morris
Janine Manatis ...... Lea
Laraine Grover ...... Betsy
John MacKay ......... Tony

 

8.40 [--] Studio One: MR. ARCULARIS

25-Jun-1956

Written by Conrad Aiken

starring

Bramwell Fletcher ........ Dr. Alderton
Jonathan Harris ....... Dr. Wetheril
John Drainie ....... Mr. Arcularis
Nancy Wickwire ....... Miss Carter/Miss Dean/Mrs. Arcularis
John Mackwood ....... Steward

Synopsis:

This drama based on the supernatural revolves around the expansion and

contraction on an anesthesia rebreathing bag as Mr. Arcularis' life hangs in the

balance on the operating table. While he is unconscious, he dreams that he has

recovered and gone on a sea voyage to regain his health. However death follows him

in a recurrent dream in which he takes a journey through the heavens. The dream obsesses

him, but Clarice, a pretty woman with whom he falls in love, forces him back to reality.

 At the end, Mr. Arcularis regains consciousness to find Clarice, his nurse, bending

over him to say he is all right. [RF]

 

8.41 [--] Studio One: THE LUCK OF LUKE MCTIGGER

02-Jul-1956

Written by Leo Brady

starring

Pat Henning ....... Luke McTrigger
Peg Hillias ....... Widow Baines
Staats Cotsworth ....... Mehaffey
William Hickey ....... Jonesy
Mary Doyle ....... Lavina
Donald McKee ....... Judge Goodman
Synopsis:
Luke McTrigger, proprietor of the Olympia saloon and hotel, has been thinking hard

and has finally come up with a sure-fire plan to win the hand of the widow Baines.

Now the widow is nothing to look at, and some folks say she's a bull-headed old battle-axe,

but she has an estimated fortune of $900, and that's a lot of money in the Wyoming of 1880! [RF]
 

8.42 [--] Studio One: SONG FOR A SUMMER NIGHT 

09-Jul-1956

(aka The Brass Ring)

Written by Charles Garment

starring

Herbert Nelson

Joan Chandler

Martin Rudy

Kenneth Utt

 

8.43 [--] Studio One: EMMALINE

16-Jul-1956

Written by Richard DeRoy

starring

Deirdre Owen  ........ Emmaline
Madeleine Clive ..... Flora
Alexander Scourby ... Edward
Jan Ferrand ......... Barbara
Laurence Hugo ....... Bruce
John Reese .......... Griggs

 

8.44 [--] Studio One: AN INCIDENT OF LOVE

23-Jul-1956

Written by William T. Bode

starring

Jack Lord  ........... Paul Chester
Lois Nettleton ...... Bertha Randall
Michael Strong ...... Dave
Katherine Squire .... Mrs. Chester
Ruth McDevitt ....... Mrs. Randall

 

8.45 [--] Studio One: THE BALLAD OF YERMO RED

30-Jul-1956

Written by Marcel Klauder & William T. Grady

starring

Arch Johnson  ........ Yermo Red
Biff McGuire ........ Overland Kid
Robert Dryden ....... Bud Jones
Loretta Leversee .... Lily Duane
George Mitchell ..... Ferguson
Jack Orrison ........ Bufford
Dan Reed ............ Angus Duane
Harry Bellaver ...... St. Loo
 

8.46 [--] Studio One: SOMETHING VENTURED

06-Aug-1956

Written by Jay Glanzrock

starring

Wesley Addy ....... Walter Marshall
Larry Gates ......... George Savage
Joe Maross ............. Harry
Jack Sterling ........ Frank
Bryarly Lee ........ Barbara Savage

 

8.47 [--] Studio One: GUIULIO

27-Aug-1956

Written by Herbert Abbott Spiro

starring

Morris Miller  as Guiulio
Eleni Kiamos as Rose

 

8.48 [--] Studio One: A DAY BEFORE BATTLE

03-Sep-1956

Producer Robert Herridge

Written by Sherman Yellen & Peter Stone

starring

Jack Lord ....... Matt

Susan Oliver  ....... Flora
Gerald Sarracini ....... Jamie

 

8.49 [--] Studio One: THE CAULIFLOWER HEART

10-Sep-1956

Written by S. Lee Pogostin

From the story, 'Boy on his conscience' by Arthur Mayse

starring

Luther Adler  ....... Joe Rundle
Clarice Blackburn ....... Ruth Rundle
Pat DeSimone ....... Steve Morant
Herbert Nelson ....... Macpherson

 

8.50 [--] Studio One: DARK MORNING

17-Sep-1956

Written by Arden Casey

starring

Joan Potter

Larry Gates

Howard Wierum

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