CTVA US Anthology - "Westinghouse Studio One" (CBS) Season 9 (1956-57)

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 Season 9 (CBS) (1956-57)
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)

 

9.01 [--] Studio One: A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

24-Sep-1956

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by David Aldrich & Peter van Slingerland

Directed by Paul Nickell

Narrated by Alexander Scourby

starring

Robert Cummings ....... George Lumley

 

9.02 [--] Studio One: A MAN'S WORLD

01-Oct-1956

Producer Robert Herridge

Written by Howard Rodman

From the novel by Douglas Fairbairn

Directed by Karl Genus

starring

Joanne Woodward  ......... Christiana
Dick York ......... George Fox
Rocky Graziano ......... Pablo
Lili Darvas ......... Brigitte

 

9.03 [--] Studio One: THE OPEN DOOR

15-Oct-1956

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Loring Mandel

Directed by William H. Brown

starring

Albert Salmi ....... Skeets Chase

Marian Brash  ....... Donna

Rudy Bond ....... Eccles

Robert F. Simon  ....... Butch

Synopsis:

Skeets Chase thumbs a ride, gets into an argument with the driver and, as a result,

receives a 90-day jail sentence. To his surprise, he is offered a job as counterman

in a diner near the jail while serving his term. This is the policy for prisoners

who are on their honor. [RF]

 

9.04 [--] Studio One: THE CRIMES OF PETER PROUSE

22-Oct-1956

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Kathleen Lindsay and Robert Howard Lindsay

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Barry Jones ......... Peter Prouse
Luella Gear ......... Aida Deare
Alice Pearce ........ Mrs. Bliss
Priscilla Gillette .. Ellen Appling
Norman Lloyd ........ O'Leary
Don Murphy .......... Tony
Synopsis:
Peter Prouse is curator of the Deare Museum of Early Americana.

He is also the bestower of the annual Prouse Award endowing a promising

student. But one night, at the annual Award dinner, a shocking question is raised,

 throwing into doubt Prouse's 20-year reputation as a revered figure in the art world.

Soon everyone is talking about "The Crimes of Peter Prouse." [RF]
 

9.05 [--] Studio One: AMERICAN PRIMITIVE

29-Oct-1956 Original airdate

Producer Robert Herridge

Written by Dale Wasserman & Ernest Pascal

Directed by Karl Genus

starring

Lloyd Bridges ....... Pike

Cameron Prud'homme ....... Clemens

Synopsis:
A group of settlers on their way to Oregon stop for the night on a Western prairie.

As the Indian tom-toms beat, tension in the small camp mounts, until finally

the Indians themselves appear, to demand justice. [RF]

 

9.06 [--] Studio One: THE PILOT

12-Nov-1956

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Paul Crabtree

Based on the life story of Sister M. Aquinas

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Nancy Kelly ......... Sister Mary Aquinas
Barbara O'Neil ...... Sister Francis Helen
John McLiam ......... Captain Emerson
Billy Quinn ......... Haskell
Synopsis:
A factual account of Sister Mary Aquinas, the first nun to be granted

a pilot's license. The story opens in a parochial school in Michigan during 1930.

Sister Aquinas has aroused an interest in science among her pupils; the school

workroom, which she supervises, contains every conceivable type of gadget and

Sister Aquinas keeps abreast of the latest developments in various fields of science.

 She becomes intrigued with the airplane, and goes to work in an aircraft factory

 in order to learn how planes are built. [RF]
 

pre-empted for Science Series Debut to be presented every few months (TVG)

19-Nov-1956

 

9.07 [--] Studio One: THE LANDLADY'S DAUGHTER

26-Nov-1956

Producer Felix Jackson

Adapted by Paul Crabtree

Based on the Saturday Evening Post story by John Prescott

Directed by William H. Brown

starring

Lee Remick  ....... Elaine Bayley
Richard Kiley ....... Mr. Dean
Malcolm Brodrick ....... Sammy Bayley
Fred Gwynne ....... Little Dude
George Mathews ....... Mr. Bolt

Synopsis:

While the rest of the mining town of Calico scoffs at the new top-hatted lawyer who

has come to live at Mrs. Bayley's boarding house, Elaine, the landlady's daughter

is lending a willing ear to his "sweet talk". This arouses the worst instincts of Mr. Bolt,

the bullying sheriff, who considers Elaine his personal property. [RF]

 

9.08 [--] Studio One: PORTRAIT OF A CITIZEN 

03-Dec-1956

(aka Election Day)

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Norman Katkov

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Lili Darvas ....... Ruth Simon
Walter Slezak ....... Lev Simon

 

9.09 [--] Studio One: RACHEL

10-Dec-1956

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Kathleen Lindsay & Robert Howard Lindsay

Directed by William H. Brown

starring

Maureen Stapleton ..... Rachel Jackson
Edward Andrews ........ Henry Horne
Everett Sloane ........ Aaron Burr
Joanne Linville ....... Mary Sevier
Alam Hubbard .......... Moll
Edmund Glover ......... Andrew Jackson
Synopsis:
Andrew Jackson must decide whether to join Aaron Burr in building an empire out West,

or take the advice of Henry Horne and run for governor of Tennessee.

His wife Rachel puts personal wishes aside to help her husband make a decision

 which will influence not only their lives, but the history of the country. [RF]
 

9.10 [--] Studio One: CAREER 

17-Dec-1956

(aka Once a Champ)

Producer Felix Jackson

Written by Mel Goldberg

Directed by Paul Nickell

starring

Barry Sullivan ....... Steve Burke
Norma Crane ....... Anne Burke
Shepperd Strudwick ....... Mac Taylor

 

9.11 [--] Studio One: A CHRISTMAS SURPRISE

24-Dec-1956

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Paul Crabtree

Directed by Robert Mulligan

Hosted by Robert Q. Lewis

starring

Orson Bean  ....... Charlie Digger
Kathleen Maguire ....... Evelyn Digger
Kevin Coughlin ....... Bobby
Luke Halpin ....... Boy
Luis Van Rooten ....... Grandad

 

9.12 [--] Studio One: GOODBYE PICCADILLY

31-Dec-1956

Producer Gordon Duff

Adapted by Marc Brandel

Story by J.P. Marquand

Directed by Tom Donovan

starring

James Daly  ....... Jim Briscoe
Betsy Palmer ....... Edith Olmstead
Parker McCormick ....... Jean Kemp

Donald Marze ........ Dr. Francis Barnwelder
Michael Evans ....... Van Christy
Synopsis:
Jim Briscoe, an American secret agent, is assigned to trail Francis Barnweider,

 a brilliant physics professor and a suspected spy, to England. On the plane

 Briscoe meets a girl and a New Jersey gym teacher, both of whom are to play

 important parts in the ensuing chase. [RF]

 

9.13 [--] Studio One: LOVE AT FOURTH SIGHT

07-Jan-1957

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Sumner Locke Elliott

Directed by Robert Mulligan

starring

Gisele MacKenzie  ....... Pat
William Redfield ....... Otis Lockwood
Evelyn Varden ....... Mrs. Lockwood

 

9.14 [--] Studio One: THE DARK CORNER

14-Jan-1957

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Art Wallace

Directed by Tom Donovan

starring

Fay Bainter  ....... Laura Morgan
Robert Pastene ....... John Morgan
Fay Bainter ....... Mrs. Morgan
Conrad Nagel ....... Dr. Thorne

 

9.15 [--] Studio One: THE FIVE DOLLAR BILL

21-Jan-1957

Written by Tad Mosel

starring

Hume Cronyn  ....... Mr. Moore
Jessica Tandy ....... Mrs. Moore
Burt Brinckerhoff ....... Ralph Moore
Abigail Kellogg ....... Virginia

 

9.16 [--] Studio One: DEAD OF NOON

28-Jan-1957

Written by Carson Wiley

starring

Richard Boone   ....... John Wesley Hardin
Wyrley Birch ........ Reverend Hardin
Peggy McCay ......... Claire
Robert Gist ......... Coley Davis
Mike Kellin ......... Bundy
J. Pat O'Malley ..... Davey
Truman Smith ........ Mayor

Cameron Prud'homme

 

9.17 [--] Studio One: TALE OF THE COMET

04-Feb-1957

producer Gordon Duff

Written by Robert Alan Aurthur

Directed by Robert Mulligan

starring

Hal Maria

 

9.18 [--] Studio One: A WALK IN THE FOREST

11-Feb-1957

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Howard Rodman

Directed by Tom Donovan

starring

George Peppard

Alexander Scourby

James Franciscus

Jack Mullaney

 

9.19 [--] Studio One: THE HOLLYWOOD COMPLEX

18-Feb-1957

Written by John Vlahos

starring

Tony Randall  ........ Walter
Michael Tolan ........ Absalom
David Opatoshu ........ Sam
William Redfield ........ Melvin

 

9.20 [--] Studio One: THE DEFENDER (Part 1)

Pilot for -  The Defenders (1961-65) (CBS) starring E.G. Marshall and Robert Reed

25-Feb-1957 Original airdate

Producer Herbert Brodkin

Written by Reginald Rose

Directed by Robert Mulligan

starring
Ralph Bellamy ....... Walter Pearson
William Shatner ....... Kenneth Pearson
Steve McQueen ....... Joseph Gordon
Martin Balsam ....... Francis Toohey
Ian Wolfe ....... Judge Marsala
David J. Stewart ....... Dr. Victor Wallach
Dolores Sutton ....... Norma Lane
Eileen Ryan ....... Betsy Fuller
Arthur Storch ...... Seymour Miller
Rosetta LeNoire ..... Mary Ellen Bailey
John McGovern ..... Dr. Horace Bell
Vivian Nathan ..... Mrs. Gordon
Rudy Bond ..... Peter D'Agostino
Michael Higgins ..... Sergeant James Sheeley
Russell Hardie ........ First Guard
Milton Selzer ....... Second Guard
Iggie Wolfington ......Court Clerk
Synopsis:
Young Joseph Gordon is accused of killing a woman during a robbery attempt.

The evidence is all against him, and dynamic prosecuting attorney Francis Toohey

makes it plain he considers the case open and shut.
The opposing defense attorney is Walter Pearson, a scrupulous, dedicated man.

Although witnesses are prepared to swear that Gordon committed the crime, Pearson

reminds the jury that no really conclusive evidence has yet been presented. [RF]

 

9.21 [--] Studio One: THE DEFENDER (Part 2)

Pilot for -  The Defenders (1961-65) (CBS) starring E.G. Marshall and Robert Reed

04-Mar-1957

Producer Herbert Brodkin

Written by Reginald Rose

Directed by Robert Mulligan

starring
Ralph Bellamy ....... Walter Pearson
William Shatner ....... Kenneth Pearson
Steve McQueen ....... Joseph Gordon
Martin Balsam ....... Francis Toohey
Ian Wolfe ...... Judge Marsala
David J. Stewart ....... Dr. Victor Wallach
Dolores Sutton ....... Norma Lane
Eileen Ryan ....... Betsy Fuller
Arthur Storch ....... Seymour Miller
Rosetta LeNoire ....... Mary Ellen Bailey
John McGovern ....... Dr. Horace Bell
Vivian Nathan ...... Mrs. Gordon
Rudy Bond ...... Peter D'Agostino
Michael Higgins ........ Sergeant James Sheeley
Russell Hardie ........ First Guard
Milton Selzer .......... Second Guard
Iggie Wolfington ....... Court Clerk

Synopsis:
The trial's second day opens with Defense Attorney Walter Preston struggling

with his own growing doubts about his client. [RF]

 

9.22 [--] Studio One: A CHILD IS WAITING

11-Mar-1957

Written by Abby Mann

starring

Marian Seldes ....... Mary Widdicomb
Mary Fickett ......... Jean Horst
Pat Hingle .......... Dr. Clark
Miko Oscard ........ Reuben Widdicomb
Ruth McDevitt ........ Mrs. Wilson
Virginia Kaye ........... Miss Levin
Synopsis:
Nurse Jean Horst, works in a retarded children's home, she is drawn to

Reuben Widdicomb a little boy whose mother hasn't come for a visit with him. [RF]

 

9.23 [--] Studio One: WALK DOWN THE HILL

18-Mar-1957

Producer Herbert Brodkin

Written by Ernest Kinoy

Associate producer Norman Felton

starring

William Smithers ....... Bernie Linton

Don Gordon ....... Al Rossi

Martin Richter ....... Maury Cohen

Frank Sutton ....... Lawton

Clu Gulager ....... Lloyd Carpenter

Stefan Gierasch ....... Goldstein

David Lewis

Lonny Chapman

Lew Gallo

John Fiedler

Ivan Dixon

David Mason

Antony Carbone

Charles Mayer

Julius Bing

Frederick Rolf

Bruno Wick

Art Ostrin

Synopsis:

During World War 2 an American soldier, Bernie Linton, is among those thrown

into a German prison camp. He soon learns that the Jewish GI's are to be put into

 a separate camp. Though Jewish by birth, Bernie has never thought of himself as Jewish. [RF]

 

9.24 [--] Studio One: A MEMBER OF THE FAMILY

25-Mar-1957

Producer Herbert Brodkin

Written by Horton Foote

Directed by Robert Mulligan

starring

Hume Cronyn .......... Ellis Davenport
James Broderick ........... Robert
Frances Reid ......... Gertrude
Ben Piazza .......... David
Estelle Ritchie ......... Elizabeth
Paul Tripp ........ Howard

 

9.25 [--] Studio One: THE YEARS IN BETWEEN

01-Apr-1957

Producer Herbert Brodkin

Written by Will Schneider & Herbert Goldberg

Directed by Alan Schneider & Mel Ferber

Associate producer Norman Felton

starring

John Kerr

Phyllis Love

Synopsis:
A boy notices the lovely girl who is visiting her relatives next door.

Through persistence he finally gets a date. [RF]

 

9.26 [--] Studio One: THE PLAYWRIGHT AND THE STARS

08-Apr-1957

 (aka Catch a Falling Star)

Producer Herbert Brodkin

Written by Sidney Carroll

starring

Cathleen Nesbitt   .... Julia Harrington
Fritz Weaver ........ George Hanley
Joanne Linville ..... Jo Hanley
Sam Levene .......... Ben Weber
Henderson Forsythe .. Riley

 

9.27 [--] Studio One: THE RICE SPROUT SONG

15-Apr-1957

Producer Herbert Brodkin

Written by Loring D. Mandel

From the novel by Eileen Chang

Directed by Sidney Lumet

starring

Olive Deering   ....... Moon Scent
Vivian Nathan ....... Big Aunt
David Opatoshu ...... Big Uncle
John Colicos ........ Gold Root
David J. Stewart .... Wong
Michael Tolan ....... Plenty Own

Dolores Sutton

 

9.28 [--] Studio One: THE TRAVELING LADY

22-Apr-1957

Producer Herbert Brodkin

Written by Horton Foote

Directed by Robert Mulligan

starring
Kim Stanley ......... Georgette Thomas
Robert Loggia ......... Henry Thomas
Wendy Hiller ......... Margaret Rose
Steven Hill ......... Slim Breedlove
Mildred Dunnock ........... Mrs. Mavis
Fred Stewart ......... Judge
Ann Hennessey ........ Sitter Mavis
Doreen Long ....... Clara Breedlove
Synopsis:
Georgette and her little daughter arrive in a small Texas town to meet her husband,

Henry, who has recently been released from prison. Georgette married Henry while he

was a struggling singer, but soon after their marriage he was sent to prison for a six year term.

Weak in character, Henry is now trying to make another start and is working as a gardener

for one of the town's most trusting characters. But a new person enters Georgette's life,

Slim Breedlove, a pleasant young man who offers to help her find her husband. [RF]
*Note: Kim Stanley repeats her starring role in Horton Foote's "The Traveling Lady"

which appeared on Broadway in 1954.
 

9.29 [--] Studio One: EIGHT FEET TO MIDNIGHT

29-Apr-1957

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Marc Brandel

Directed by Tom Donovan

starring

Edward Mulhare ........ Liam O'Neill
Constance Ford ........ Blanche Gallagher
Pat Henning ...... Tom Dunphy
Deirdre Owens ....... Nora McDermott
Tom Clancy ......... Flaherty
Dermot McNamara ...... Joey

 

9.30 [--] Studio One: THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS

06-May-1957

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Tad Mosel

Directed by Jack Smight

starring

Eileen Heckart ........ Evie Jackson
E.G. Marshall ......... Harry Mork
Phyllis Hill ......... Hostess
Milton Selzer ......... Drunk
Gerald Hiken ........ Magazine Dealer
Jack Manning ........ Desk Clerk
Martin Newman ........ Elevator Boy
Synopsis:
The small town postmistress whose hopes are high when she makes her annual trip

to the big city nearby for a three-day convention of Postal Employees, meets a

middle-aged salesman and tries to encourage the acquaintanceship. [RF]
 

9.31 [--] Studio One: BABE IN THE WOODS 

13-May-1957

(aka Mother, What's Beer?)

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Sumner Locke Elliott

Directed by Tom Donovan

starring

Tammy Grimes  ........ Gloria Loman
Jody McCrea ......... Bobby Applegate
Murray Matheson ..... Waldo
Betty Furness ....... Regina

 

9.32 [--] Studio One: THE MAN WHO WASN'T HIMSELF

20-May-1957

Producer Gordon Duff

Adapted by Howard Rodman

Written by Quentin James Reynolds

Directed by Jack Smight

starring

Eli Wallach   ......... Peter Hendon
Patricia Smith ...... Helen
Ian Wolfe ........... Guthrie
Arthur Anderson ..... Selkirk
Joanna Roos ......... Mrs. Hendon
George Ebeling ...... Dr. Kerr
Rudolf Weiss ........ Dr. Robson
Christopher Snell ... Boy
Fred Stewart ........ Portage

 

9.33 [--] Studio One: THE WESTON STRAIN

27-May-1957

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Roger O. Hirson

Directed by Tom Donovan

starring

Dick York  ........... George Weston
John Drainie ........ Felix Dodge
Judson Laire ........ Mr. Weston
Aline MacMahon ...... Mrs. Weston
Conrad Nagel ........ Professor Anson
Clint Kimbrough ..... Paul
Ruth McDevitt ....... Mrs. Clark
Carolyn Brenner ..... Landlady
Anne Pearson ........ Girl on Train
Helen Auerbach ...... Girl on Waterfront

 

9.34 [--] Studio One: THE FURLOUGH

03-Jun-1957

Producer Gordon Duff

Written by Richard Fielder

Directed by Jack Smight

starring

James Daly  .......... Sergeant Pat Boyle
Kathleen Maguire .... Chris Juleson
Mildred Dunnock ..... Mrs. Juleson
George Mitchell ..... Mr. Juleson
Jerry Stiller ....... Sgt. Joe Capriotti
Henderson Forsythe .. Police Sergeant
Charles White ....... Conductor

William Smithers

 

9.35 [--] Studio One: THE MOTHER BIT

10-Jun-1957

 Written by Adrian Spies

starring

June Havoc  .......... Kitty Sharpe
Harry Guardino ...... Carmen Fiore
Peter Falk .......... Carmen's Assistant
Sam Levene .......... Ben Selig
Natalie Trundy ...... Joy Morrison
Paul Carr ........... Allen Minton
Jayne Heller ........ Pat
Milton Selzer ....... Gerald
Henderson Forsythe .. Mr. Minton
Harrison Dowd ....... Conductor
Perry Fiske ......... Director
Harry Gresham ....... Man on Train
Rosetta LeNoire ..... Maid

 

9.36 [--] Studio One: THE STARING MATCH

17-Jun-1957

Written by Jerry McNeeley

starring

James Daly   .......... Mr. White
James Gregory ....... Mr. Black
Margaret Hamilton ... Irma Davis
Anne Jackson ........ Mattie Hobbs
William Smithers .... Linus Hobbs
Lonny Chapman ....... Will Landis
Victor Thorley ...... Reverend Ashburn
Synopsis:
Set in a small ranch town that is suffering from drought, townspeople gather

to pray for rain in the schoolhouse. There is a knock at the door and a man dressed

all in white greets everyone by name. He says that his name is Mr. White and that he

 has been sent to help them find a well. Then another knock at the door reveals a

man dressed all in black, who claims that his name is Mr. Black and that he is an angel

of the Lord sent to help them also. Not knowing which man to trust, the dilemma is

 resolved by a "staring match" between the two men. In the end, the angel is

revealed and water is discovered. [TA]
 

9.37 [--] Studio One: THE GOODWILL AMBASSADORS

24-Jun-1957

Written by Jerome Ross

starring

William Redfield .......... Tom Bixby
Lenka Peterson .......... Carol Bixby
Juano Hernandez ......... Dr. Ramirez
Mario Alcade ........ Junipero
Jane White .......... Dr. Caltvalko
Raymond Bramley ........... Ambassador
Martin Newman ......... Francisco
Synopsis:
Story about an American agricultural expert and his wife who are sent

to a Latin-American country to help with its agricultural problems. The wife is distressed

with the primitive native village where they are working and she misunderstands

some of the villagers' customs and traditions. [RF]

 

9.38 [--] Studio One: DEATH AND TAXES

01-Jul-1957

Written by Laurence Marks

starring

Theodore Bikel   ...... Henri Blanchard
Vivian Nathan ....... Marie Blanchard
John Fiedler ........ Jouvin
Jerome Kilty ........ Doriot

 

9.39 [--] Studio One: A MATTER OF GUILT

08-Jul-1957

Written by Alfred Harris

starring

June Lockhart  ....... Janet Clarke
Lin McCarthy ........ Doug Clarke
Luke Halpin ......... Frank Clarke
Lee Richardson ...... George Lang
Astrid Wilsrud ...... Joan Lang
Ben Yaffee .......... McKenzie
Herb Voland ......... Bauer
Cec Linder .......... Stewart
Freda Holloway ...... Phyllis

 

9.40 [--] Studio One: LOVE ME TO PIECES

15-Jul-1957

Written by Romeo Muller

starring

Jerome Cowan   ........ Harold Richards
Bennye Gatteys ...... Sue Richards
Ned Glass ........... Ezra Hoffenhall
William Hickey ...... Paul Richards
Parker McCormick .... Edna Richards
Cliff Norton ........ Pete Harvey
Ralph Stantley ...... Manny Fortune
 

9.41 [--] Studio One: IN LOVE WITH A STRANGER

22-Jul-1957

Written by Arthur Rodney Coneybeare
starring
Phyllis Love .......... Phyllis
Jim Backus .......... Father
Audrey Christie .......... Aunt Millie
Joanna Roos .......... Mother
Hiram Sherman .......... Uncle Irving
Fritz Weaver ........... George
Synopsis:
Phyllis, a girl in her 20's, is just returning from her summer vacation, during which

she has fallen in love with a struggling young musician. On the bus trip home Phyllis is

telling her girlfriend of the difficulty she is going to have in breaking this news to her parents.

Phyllis's parents and her aunt and uncle have made Phyllis the center of their lives. In their

over-concern for her, they have naturally assumed she would marry George, the boy next door,

whom she has known all her life. These four and George too, are on hand to welcome Phyllis home.

Soon after their initial greeting, Phyllis tells them she intends to marry the young musician.

They are shocked at the news and refuse to believe there can be anything to it. [RF]

 

9.42 [--] Studio One: THE HUMAN BARRIER

29-Jul-1957

Written by Richard DeRoy
Narrated by John Cameron Swayze

starring

Pat Hingle .......... Major Bergman
Skip Homeier .......... Captain Gene Lipton
Patricia Smith .......... Ginny Lipton
John Beal .......... Major Saks
Ross Martin .......... Lieutenant Maxwell
Philip Bourneuf .......... General Gerringer
Fred Campanella .......... Major Richards
Henderson Forsythe .......... Dr. Barnes

Synopsis:

A test pilot suffers from shock, amnesia and guilt after the crash of a new jet. [RF]

* Note: This "Tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the Air Force" features a history of

military flight since the Wright Brothers.

 

9.43 [--] Studio One: MY MOTHER AND HOW SHE UNDID ME

05-Aug-1957

Written by Theodore Apstein

starring

Eddie Bracken  ....... Herbert (voice)
Larry Blyden ........ Al Walters
Anne Jackson ........ Freda Walters
Nita Talbot ......... Maxine
Frances Sternhagen .. Mary
Lori March .......... Mrs. Dorn
Margaret Hamilton ... Mrs. McIntosh
Marilyn Segal ....... Nora
Fred Stewart ........ Dr. Conrad
Susan Strell ........ Mrs. Schoenfield
 

9.44 [--] Studio One: THE UNMENTIONABLE BLUES

12-Aug-1957

Written by Helen Cotton

starring

Sarah Marshall  ...... Fay
Carmen Mathews ...... Isabel
Elliott Nugent ...... Waldo Washburn
Roland Winters ...... Mr. Bosworth
Ruth Ames ........... Marion
John Connell ........ Tommy

 

9.45 [--] Studio One: RUDY

19-Aug-1957

Written by Dan Clabrese

starring

Burt Brinckerhoff  ... Rudy Valasek
Peter Falk .......... Jack
Madeleine Sherwood .. Rose
Jacob Ben-Ami ....... Mr. Valasek
Nancy Marchand ...... Eleanor
Leo Penn ............ Peter
Joey Walsh .......... Nickel
Pat DeSimone ........ Frank
Richard Bright ...... Ditch
Buzz Martin ......... Fly
Judy Sanford ........ Charlene

 

9.46 [--] Studio One: GUITAR

26-Aug-1957

Producer Norman Felton

Written by Harvey Miller

starring

Frank Silvera   ....... Miguel Ramandes
Clarice Blackburn ... Maria Ramandes
Mario Alcade ........ Lopez
Carlos Montalban .... Ramos
Jose Perez .......... Lopez' Son
Carlos Montoya ...... Flamenco Musician
 

9.47 [--] Studio One: THE DARK INTRUDER

02-Sep-1957

(aka The Critic)

Producer Norman Felton

Written by Alfred Brenner

Directed by David Greene

starring

Joanne Linville ......... Kathy
House Jameson ....... Moore
Charles Korvin ...... Philip Hausman
David Lewis ......... Edmund Taylor
Roland Winters ...... Charles Brooks
Addison Powell ...... Dr. Frank


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