CTVA US Anthology - "U.S. Steel Hour" (CBS) Season 10 (1962-63)

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 Season 10 (CBS) (1962-63)
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 #############
############### season 10 1962-63 ############
################# (final season) #############
  CBS Wednesdays  10:00-11:00pm  - alternating with
Armstrong Circle Theatre

10.01 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: DRY RAIN

05-Sep-1962 CBS Wed

starring

Johnny Desmond

John Kerr

 

10.02 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE INNER PANIC

19-Sep-1962  CBS Wed (12Sep62 copyright date)

Executive producer, George Kondolf
Directed by Walter Gorman
Written by Al Meglin
Music, Ralph Wilkinson
Technical consultant, National Hospital for Speech Disorders
starring
Tommy Sands
Glenda Farrell
Simon Oakland
Martin Sheen
George Segal
Truman Smith
Cynthia Pepper
Teri Keane
Ernie Stone
Charles Taylor
Gary Morgan
Billy McNally
Synopsis:
A young man who suffers from a speech impediment is having a hard time

landing his first job after graduating from high school. His mother intervenes without

 his knowledge and helps him get a job in the mailroom of a large company. He quickly

gains confidence and some control over his stuttering and falls for a young woman

 who works at the same company. [RF]

 

 10.03 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE WHITE LIE

03-Oct-1962 CBS Wed

written by John Hess

starring

David Wayne

Neva Patterson

 

 10.04 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: Wanted: SOMEONE INNOCENT

17-Oct-1962 CBS Wed

Directed by Robert Ellis Miller
Written by Michael Dyne
Based on a novelette by Margery Allingham

starring

Kim Hunter

Diana Hyland

 

 10.05 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: A BREAK IN THE WEATHER

31-Oct-1962 CBS Wed

written by Sam Hall

starring

Eddie Albert

 

 10.06 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: MARRIAGE MARKS THE SPOT

14-Nov-1962 CBS Wed

written by Ted Berkman

starring

Darren McGavin

Pippa Scott
Julius LaRosa
John McGiver
Walter Greaza

 

 10.07 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: FAREWELL TO INNOCENCE

28-Nov-1962 CBS Wed

written by Robert Crean

story by Jack Pulman

directed by Tom Donovan

starring

John Beal

Vicki Cummings

Jeff Donnell

Thomas Chalmers

 

 10.08 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: BIG DAY FOR A SCRAMBLER

12-Dec-1962 CBS Wed

written by Richard F. Stockton

starring

James Whitmore

 

 10.09 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE DUCHESS AND THE SMUGS

26-Dec-1962 CBS Wed

written by Ellen Violett

story by Pamela Frankau

directed by Kirk Browning

starring

Patty Duke ......... Penelope

Eugenie Leontovich

Fritz Weaver

 

 10.10 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE YOUNG AVENGERS

09-Jan-1963  CBS Wed

written by Robert Crean

starring

Elizabeth Ashley

Keir Dullea

 

 10.11 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: FAIR YOUNG GHOST

23-Jan-1963 CBS Wed

written by Leonard Moran

starring

Shirley Knight

Cathleen Nesbitt

 

 10.12 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE TROUBLED HEART

06-Feb-1963 CBS Wed

written by Arthur Hailey

produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
hosted by Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
starring
John Colicos ....... Dr. Steve Bruchesi
Toby Robins ....... Margot Forrester
Corinne Conley ........ Connie
Ted Follows ........ Seaton
Synopsis:
Margot Forrester, a young mother of two small children and an active participant

 in her community's social life, has been told that she has a serious heart defect

 - which even surgery may not correct. [RF]

 

 10.13 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: NIGHT RUN TO THE WEST (live)

20-Feb-1963  CBS Wed

written by Morton Wishengrad

from a story by H.E. Bates

starring

Colleen Dewhurst ....... Francie Broderick

Ralph Meeker ....... Charlie Williams

Martin Sheen ....... Walt

Henderson Forsythe ....... Calvin Broderick

John C. Becher ....... Al

Synopsis:

Caring for her elderly invalid husband is a lonely task for Francie Broderick and when

a truck driver named Charlie Williams barges into her life, she sees him as her salvation. [RF]

 

 10.14 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: MOMENT OF RAGE (live)

06-Mar-1963 CBS Wed

written by Arthur Heinemann

starring

Charles Aidman ....... Paul Gardiner

Glenda Farrell  ....... Grace Smith

Kathryn Hays ....... Rachel Trafford

Marc Connelly ....... Arthur Lamb

David O'Brien ........ Tad Nichols

Eleanor Wilson ....... Nina Trafford

Valerie Cossart ....... Mrs. Gardiner

Synopsis:

Paul Gardiner, Latin teacher at a private school, was an adopted child who never bothered

to inquire who his real parents were. But now his snobbish future mother-in-law insists that

he learn their identities - before he gets married. [RF]

 

 10.15 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE SECRETS OF STELLA CROZIER

20-Mar-1963 CBS Wed

written by Sam Hall

story by Booth Tarkington

starring

Patricia Morison

 

 10.16 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: MISSION OF FEAR

03-Apr-1963 CBS Wed

written by Richard F. Stockton

starring

Robert Horton

Piper Laurie

Salome Jens

 

 10.17 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE SOLDIER RAN AWAY

17-Apr-1963 CBS Wed

written by Nicholas E. Baehr

starring

John Beal ....... Colonel Bill Wheeler

Royston Thomas ....... Jeff Wheeler

Martin Sheen ....... Tom

Synopsis:

Twelve-year old Jeff Wheeler, whose father is an Army doctor stationed in Germany,

wants to prove to the old man that he is self-reliant - so he sneaks into the attic

at night to make a pipe rack for him. [RF]

 

 10.18 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE MANY WAYS OF HEAVEN (live)

01-May-1963 CBS Wed

written by Ellen Violett

from a story by George Loveridge

starring

Dan Duryea ....... Captain Walker
Casey Peters ....... Teddy Hampshire
Nancy Wickwire ....... Pamela Hampshire
Jonathan Carter ....... Russell Hampshire
Cathleen Nesbitt ....... Cissie Hampshire
Wesley Addy ....... Jim Hampshire
Lee Peters ....... Maid

Lloyd Bochner (no mention in TV Guide)

Abby Lewis
Robert Burr

Synopsis:

Russell Hampshire hasn't spent much time with his son Teddy during summer vacation,

but the youngster has found a substitute - Captain Walker, a retired Airline Pilot. [RF]

 

10.19 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: DON'T SHAKE THE FAMILY TREE

15-May-1963 CBS Wed

Executive producer, Arthur Heineman ;
Directed by Paul Bogart
Written by Leslie McFarlane
Music, Vladimir Selinsky
starring
Jim Backus .......... Michael John McKane
Orson Bean .......... Dennis Kavanaugh
Fred Gwynne ......... Willie Botsford
Frank McHugh ........ Dan O’Malley
Paul Reed ........... Finegan
Ethel Griffies ...... Mrs. McEwan
Ruth White .......... Mrs. Botsford
Dan Dayton .......... Mr. Doyle
Florence Robinson ... Mrs. Brennan
Truman Smith
Fran Sharon
Synopsis:
After 25 years of devoted service, it’s only natural that Michael John McKane

expects to be the next president of the Sons and Daughters of Erin. However, there’s a

dark-horse candidate who could upset McKane’s applecart - Dennis Kavanaugh,

whose family tree dates way back in Irish history. What’s more, McKane is keeping

 one big fact to himself - he wasn’t even born on the Emerald Isle. [RF]
 

[--] U.S. Steel Hour: A TASTE OF CHAMPAGNE
29-May-1963 (rerun from 26Aug59)
 

 10.20 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: SOUTHWEST QUARTER

04-Jun-1963 CBS Wed

written by Joe Hurley

 

 10.21 [--] U.S. Steel Hour: THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS (final episode)

18-Jun-1963 CBS Wed

Adapted by Robert Woodruff Anderson
Based on the one-act play of 1917 by James M. Barrie
Hosted by Alfred Lunt

starring

Jackie Cooper

Gracie Fields

Lynn Fontanne

Biff McGuire

Cathleen Nesbitt

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