CTVA US Anthology - "U.S. Steel Hour" (CBS) Season 9 (1961-62)

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 Season 9 (CBS) (1961-62)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


################ U.S. Steel Hour #############
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  CBS Wednesdays  10:00-11:00pm  - alternating with
Armstrong Circle Theatre

 

Ep 9.01 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: DELAYED HONEYMOON

06-Sep-1961

Written by Bob Van Scoyk

Story by Peter Taylor

starring

Larry Blyden ......... Miles Miller

Barbara Barrie ......... Trina Trent

James Broderick ......... Bill Carlisle

Elinor Donahue ......... Fran Crowell

Walter Greaza ......... Andrew Crowell

Mort Marshall ......... Ronnie

 

Ep 9.02 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: STREET OF LOVE

20-Sep-1961

written by Harold Gast

starring

Doug McClure ......... Charlie Mason

Simon Oakland ......... Golikov

Millie Perkins ......... Tanya

Sam Gray ......... Kirov

Laurence Hugo ......... Allison

Synopsis 1:

At an international youth festival in Moscow, romance blossoms between a

lovely Soviet guide and an American senator's son. The Commissars' reaction

 to all this comes as a big surprise to Tanya, the guide. [RF]

Synopsis 2:

An American senator's son and a lovely Soviet guide engage in a romance

despite all objections from their families.

 

Ep 9.03 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: BRANDENBURG GATE

04-Oct-1961

written by John Vlahos

starring

Richard Kiley ......... Scott Malone/Paul Barman

Dina Merrill ......... Lisa Muller

Alfred Leberfeld ......... Emil Bruckner

Anne Meacham ......... Ilse Bruckner

Douglass Watson ......... Colonel Barsoff

Barry Morse

Gene Hackman

 

Ep 9.04 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: BURY ME TWICE

18-Oct-1961

written by Charles Robinson

starring

Dan O'Herlihy ......... George Morris

Phyllis Thaxter ......... Jessy

Joan Wetmore ......... Ruth Morris

Leo G. Carroll ......... Inspector Davies

James Kenny ......... Inspector Rouse

 

Ep 9.05 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: LITTLE LOST SHEEP

01-Nov-1961

written by Ernest Kinoy

starring

Jane Wyatt ....... Phyllis Bannister

Hans Conried ....... Arthur Bannister

Garrick Hagon ......... Harold Browning

John McGowan ....... Y. Lyman Harris

Gerry Matthews ......... Joe Paris

Rochelle Oliver .......... Student

Synopsis:

Phyllis and Arthur Bannister, teachers at Thoreau College, receive a real

shock at the faculty meeting. It's been decided that the school 'image' has

got to be modernized and a Madison Avenue expert is hired to do the job. [RF]

 

Ep 9.06 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: MAN ON THE MOUNTAINTOP

15-Nov-1961

written by Robert Alan Aurthur

starring

Cliff Robertson ......... Horace Mann Borden

Salome Jens ......... Gerta Blake

Chris Wiggins ......... Charles Blake

Julie Bovasso ......... Betty Blake

Edwin Cooper ......... Dr. Wilson

Paul McGrath ......... Mr. Borden

Gene Saks ......... Willie

 

Ep 9.07 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: TANGLE OF TRUTH (live)

29-Nov-1961

written by Jerome Coopersmith

starring

Macdonald Carey ...... Bill Dulaney

Darryl Hickman ........ Gordon Killman

Jeff Donnell ....... Eva Dulaney

Shepperd Strudwick ........ Horace Killman

Carolyn Groves ........ Sue Dulaney

Synopsis:

Young Sue Dulaney and Gordon Killman go out for a drink, and on the way home

Gordon runs another car off the road. Gordon calls the police, but refuses

 to give his name. [RF]

 

Ep 9.08 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: MY WIFE'S BEST FRIEND

13-Dec-1961

written by Bob Van Scoyk

starring

Larry Blyden ......... Roger Dinwiddie

Virginia Gilmore ......... Melba Wardlow

Joanna Moore ......... Linda Dinwiddie

Leon Janney ......... Addison Wardlow

 

Ep 9.09 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE BITTER SEX

27-Dec-1961 (20Dec61 copyright date)

Executive producer George Kondolf
Directed by Bruce Minnix
Written by Richard F. Stockton
Based on a story by Donald Wilson
Music: Ralph Norman Wilkinson

starring

Mona Freeman .......... Lily

Barry Morse .......... Jeremy Penlove

Lloyd Bochner ......... Philip

Toby Robins ......... Barron

Ian Wolfe ....... Trumper

John Milligan ...... Barker

Synopsis:

Lily Forrester just can't stand the fact that her ex-husband Philip is getting along

so well with his new wife. Lily decides it's her business to put a little marital

strife back into Philip's life. [RF]

 

Ep 9.10 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: FAR FROM THE SHADE TREE

10-Jan-1962

Executive producer, George Kondolf
Director, Tom Donovan
Written by Joe Palmer Jr.
Music, Ralph Norman Wilkinson
starring
Jack Carson ........ Enoch McCabe
Keir Dullea ........ Don McCabe
Anita Louise ....... Mrs. McCabe

Gene Hackman ....... Ed
Pippa Scott
Dan Ferrone
Alma Hubbard
George Heeslip
Synopsis:
Enoch McCabe is much closer to his youngest son, Pat, than

he is to his older boy, Don. Don, who wants his fatherís affection,

 feels rejected - and is bitter about it. [RF]
 

Ep 9.11 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE BIG LAUGH

24-Jan-1962

written by Bernard Slade

directed by Tom Donovan

starring

Teresa Wright

Murray Hamilton

Arthur Hill

John Griggs

Michael Sivy

Margaret Hall

Mary Harrigan

 

Ep 9.12 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: NIGHTMARE AT BLEAK HILL

07-Feb-1962

starring

Leora Dana

Douglas Fairbanks Jr.

 

Ep 9.13 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE PERFECT ACCIDENT

21-Feb-1962

written by Harold Gast

starring

Robert Horton

Shepperd Strudwick

Alan Bunce

Carolyn Groves

Nancy Wickwire

 

Ep 9.14 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: WHO IS THIS WOMAN?

07-Mar-1962

written by Thomas W. Phipps

starring

Gloria DeHaven

 

Ep 9.15 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: TWO BLACK KINGS

21-Mar-1962

written by Sidney Carroll

starring

James Broderick

Eva Gabor

Kevin McCarthy

 

Ep 9.16 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE LOVES OF CLAIRE AMBLER

04-Apr-1962

written by Sidney Carroll

story by Booth Tarkington

starring

Nancy Carroll

Janice Rule

Lilia Skala

Maurice Evans

 

Ep 9.17 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE GO-BETWEEN

18-Apr-1962

written by Bob Van Scoyk

starring

Keefe Brasselle

Barbara Cook

 

Ep 9.18 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: A MAN FOR OONA

02-May-1962

written by Michael Dyne

starring

Tallulah Bankhead

Nancy Carroll

 

Ep 9.19 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE OTHER WOMAN

16-May-1962

written by Richard F. Stockton

directed by Bruce Minnix

produced by George Kondolf

starring

Lloyd Bochner ......... Michael Arnson

Jeanne Crain ......... Alison Bradmoor

Hugh Reilly ......... Milt Estes

Fred J. Scollay ........ Dr. Steve Hamlin

Charles White .......... Postmaster

Margaret Greenhouse

Connie Scott

Synopsis:

Alison Bradmoor is playing a tape recording of her favorite Bach concerto,

when the recording is interrupted by a woman's voice with a message for Alison:

 'He's back--and together we must get him out of the way. [RF]

 

Ep 9.20 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: LENNIE

30-May-1962

written by Albert Meglin

 

Ep 9.21 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: YOU CAN'T ESCAPE

13-Jun-1962

written by Harold Gast

starring

Shirley Knight

Simon Oakland

Peter Mark Richman

Michael Tolan

 

Ep 9.22 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE SCENE OF THE CRIME

27-Jun-1962

written by Sidney Carroll

starring

Patricia Collinge

Betty White

 

Ep 9.23 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: NIGHT OF THE FOURTH

11-Jul-1962

written by Richard F. Stockton

starring

Barry Sullivan

 

Ep 9.24 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: HONOR IN LOVE

25-Jul-1962

written by Irving Gaynor Neiman

story by J.P. Marquand

starring

Carol Lawrence

John Kerr

Eli Mintz

 

Ep 9.25 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: MALE CALL

08-Aug-1962

written by Daniel Rudsten

starring

Larry Blyden

Godfrey Cambridge

Zohra Lampert

 

Ep 9.26 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: MURDER ON THE AGENDA

22-Aug-1962

written by Joe Palmer Jr.

starring

James Daly

Mona Freeman

Ralph Meeker

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