CTVA US Anthology - "U.S. Steel Hour" (ABC 1953-55)(CBS 1955-63)

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U.S. Steel Hour (1953-63)

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with contributions by: Rina Fox

references:
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UCLA Film and Television Archive

U.S. Steel Hour (season 1) (ABC) (1953-1954)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 2) (ABC) (1954-1955)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 3) (ABC) (1955-1956)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 4) (CBS) (1956-1957)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 5) (CBS) (1957-1958)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 6) (CBS) (1958-1959)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 7) (CBS) (1959-1960)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 8) (CBS) (1960-1961)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 9) (CBS) (1961-1962)

U.S. Steel Hour (season 10) (CBS) (1962-1963)

U.S. STEEL HOUR
 October 27, 1953 to June 12, 1963
(Oct 53 to Jun 55 ABC Tue 9:30-10:30)

(Jul 55 to Jun 63 CBS Wed 10:00-11:00)
US Steel Hour aired on alternate weeks with other dramatic series.

season 1 1953-54 -  ABC Tuesdays  9:30-10:30pm  - alternating with Motorola TV Hour (3Nov53 - 18May54)

Summer Replacement  ABC Tuesdays  9:30-10:30pm Center Stage (1Jun54 - 21Sep54)

season 2 1954-55 -  ABC Tuesdays  9:30-10:30pm  - alternating with Elgin TV Hour (5Oct54 -14Jun55)

early season 3  CBS Wednesdays  10:00-11:00pm  - alternating with Front Row Center  (1Jun55 - 21Sep55)

season 3 & 4  1955-57 -  CBS Wednesday  9:30-10:30pm  - alternating with 20th Century-Fox Hour (2 seasons)

season 5 to 10  1957-63  -  CBS Wednesdays  10:00-11:00pm  - alternating with Armstrong Circle Theatre (6 seasons)
Executive Producer: Marshall Jamison (1956-1958)
Produced by Theater Guild Production
 

Won the Emmy in 1953 for Best Dramatic Program

and an Emmy for Best New Program (a tie with Make Room for Daddy)
Won the Emmy in 1954 for Best Dramatic Program

United States Steel's initial venture into broadcast drama had been on ABC Radio in 1945.

Under the title "The Theatre Guild on the Air".

Directors: included Daniel Petrie, Paul Bogart


Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 1 of 9
Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 2 of 9
Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 3 of 9
Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 4 of 9
Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 5 of 9
Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 6 of 9
Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 7 of 9
Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 8 of 9
Daniel Petrie - Archive Interview Part 9 of 9


Paul Bogart - Archive Interview Part 1 of 7
Paul Bogart - Archive Interview Part 2 of 7
Paul Bogart - Archive Interview Part 3 of 7
Paul Bogart - Archive Interview Part 4 of 7
Paul Bogart - Archive Interview Part 5 of 7
Paul Bogart - Archive Interview Part 6 of 7
Paul Bogart - Archive Interview Part 7 of 7

Theme song: Untitled Original music by Bernard Green.

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