CTVA US Drama - "East Side / West Side" (TA/CBS) (1963-64) starring George C. Scott

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The Classic TV Archive - US  Drama Series

East Side / West Side (1963-64) 
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Rina Fox (all eps),  Irene DeBlasio
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

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EAST SIDE/ WEST SIDE
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Talent Associates production
Paramount Pictures Television
for
CBS (Mondays 10:00 pm EST)
Executive Producer, David Susskind
(CLNA: Andrew Susskind, Pamela Schaenen, Diana Laptook, Samantha Susskind)

US Drama series 1963-64   26 episodes x 60 min bw
(23Sep63-14Sep63)
starring
George C. Scott as Neil Brock
Elizabeth Wilson as Frieda Hechlinger
Cicely Tyson as Jane Foster

Premise:
George C. Scott as a New York City social worker.

Reviews:
This series was very intense for its time. It attacked controversial social
problems and didn't always have happy endings.
Episode #1.07 'Who Do You Kill' is one of the most powerful of any we know.
This is one of the best pieces of work ever done on tv, but no mass
audience appeal so it died young.
(e/p Partners - Ron Evans, Greg Prevost
- http://www.networksplus.net/caseyguy/epPartners.htm )


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CBS Mondays 10:00 pm Eastern

1.01 East Side/West Side: THE SINNER
Talent Associates prod. no.1001
23-Sep-1963 CBS Mon
written by Edward de Blasio
directed by Jack Smight
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Carol Rossen ............ Layna Harris
Augusta Ciolli .......... Mrs. Frances Pellegrino
Elizabeth Lawrence ...... Emily Mooney
Eda Reiss Merin ......... Mrs. Kopichek
Richard A. Dysart ....... Tom Morgan
Candace Culkin .......... Lucille Kopichek
Clifford Pellow ......... Charlie Mooney
Alan Alda ............... Freddie Wilcox
Jill Andre .............. Neighbor

1.02 East Side/West Side: AGE OF CONSENT
Talent Associates Prod. no. 1002
30-Sep-1963 CBS Mon (rerun 04May64)
Teleplay by Irve Tunick/ Story by David Michael-James
Directed by Ralph Senensky
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest cast:
Robert Drivas ........... Johnny Ricci
Carroll O'Connor ........ George Audette
Penny Fuller ............ Alice Audette
Paul Bryar .............. Ben Ricci
Elizabeth Moore ......... Mary Ricci
Alan Rich ............... Mellon
Robert Hooks ............ Police Detective
Synopsis:
"Age of Consent" concerns the relationship between John Ricci and Alice
Audette. Alice's father has brought court action against the youth,
and Ricci's father turns to Brock for help. [RF]

1.03 East Side/West Side: YOU CAN'T BEAT THE SYSTEM
Talent Associates prod. no.1003
07-Oct-1963 CBS Mon
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Janet Margolin .......... Doris Arno
Joe Turkel .............. Richard Bailey
Martin Sheen ............ Vince Arno
Peter Gumeny ............ Bartender
Synopsis:
Brock tries to help a war veteran who can't face the world for
the past 10 years.

1.04 East Side/West Side: SOMETHING FOR THE GIRLS
Talent Associates prod. no.1004
14-Oct-1963 CBS Mon
Written by Edward de Blasio
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Diana Van der Vlis ...... Dorlee Benjamin
Kathy Bell .............. Suzie
Jane Hoffman ............ Mrs. Monroe
Wendell K. Phillips ..... Judge
Lou Gilbert ............. Proprietor
Harold Gary ............. Granelli
Lilia Lazo
Philip Vandervort
William Quinn II
Maria Muller
Jo Ann Mariano
Martha Courtot
Patti Mariano
Frank Christi
Clifford Cothren

1.05 East Side/West Side: I BEFORE E EXCEPT AFTER C
Talent Associates prod. no.1005
21-Oct-1963 CBS Mon
written by Arnold Perl and Ossie Davis
story by Ossie Davis
directed by Daniel Petrie
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Florence Stanley ........ Mrs. Poso
William Daniels ......... Mr. Costigan
Howard Da Silva ......... Wallace Mapes
Joan Croydon ............ Mrs. Mapes
Ben Hammer .............. Mr. Packer
Rebecca Darke ........... Miss Foss
Alexander Lopez ......... Juano
Santiago Burgos ......... Power
Val Avery ............... Lieutenant

1.06 East Side/West Side: NO WINGS AT ALL
Talent Associates prod. no.1006
28-Oct-1963 CBS Mon
written by Allan E. Sloane
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Lou Frizzell ............ Georgie Everett
Theodore Bikel .......... George Everett, Sr.
Virginia Kaye ........... Mrs. Simmons
Rona Gale ............... Laura
Louis Zorich ............ Charlie Lawrence
Staats Cotsworth ........ Judge
Raymond St. Jacques ..... Dr. Warren
Val Avery ............... Lieutenant
Joey Trent
Luke Halpin
Sylvia Gassel
Steve Curry
Maurice Shrog
Robert MacBeth

1.07 East Side/West Side: WHO DO YOU KILL? *****
Talent Associates prod. no.1007
04-Nov-1963 CBS Mon
written by Arnold Perl
directed by Tom Gries
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
James Earl Jones ........ Joe Goodwin
Diana Sands ............. Ruth Goodwin
Maxwell Glanville ....... Reverend Williams
Godfrey Cambridge ....... Portly
George Gaynes ........... Mr. Stowe
John McCurry ............ Morgan
Doris Belack ............ Nurse
Stephen Pearlman ........ Krieger
Dan Morgan .............. Doctor
P. Jay Sidney ........... Dr. Frazer
Earl Sydnor ............. Undertaker
Cynthia Belgrave ........ Neighbor
Carla Pinza ............. Mrs. Martinez
Douglas Turner .......... Feller
Albert Popwell .......... Tenant
Synopsis:
Who do you kill? is about neither the East nor the West Side
of Manhattan, but the Harlem side. The multiple frustrations
which the urban Negro may experience. Specifically, itís about
Ruth and Joe, a deeply devoted young couple. But Joe has had it.
He canít get the jobs he thinks he deserves, his wife has to
hustle drinks in a cheap bar; and then tragedy strikes their baby. [RF]

1.08 East Side/West Side: GO FIGHT CITY HALL
Talent Associates prod. no.1008
11-Nov-1963 CBS Mon
written by William M. Altmas
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Bette Henritze .......... Judy Meltzer
Clifton James ........... Dave Meltzer
Linda Canby ............. Carole Meltzer
Paul McGrath ............ Mark Hollister
Richard A. Dysart ....... Tom Morgan
David Carradine ......... Hal Sewoski
Scottie MacGregor ....... Grace Morrison
Roscoe Lee Browne ....... Architect
Charles Durning ......... Bureaucrat
Henry Sharp ............. Mr. Santaglio
Sam Greene
Barry Primus
Joe Warren
Will Hussing

1.09 East Side/West Side: NOT BAD FOR OPENERS
Talent Associates prod. no.1009
18-Nov-1963 CBS Mon
written by Edward Adler
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Lee Grant ............... Nora Best
Norman Fell ............. Eddie Best
Roger C. Carmel ......... Tiny
Martin Wolfson .......... Mark
Charles Curiale ......... Mechanic
Brendan Fay ............. Gambler
Albert Henderson
Melvin Stewart
Anna Berger
Luiz Hernandez
Dolph Sweet
Maurice Brenner
Frank Simpson
Burt Conway
Neil Fitzgerald
Richard Castellano
Henry Evens
Mark Gordon

1.10 East Side/West Side: NO HIDING PLACE
Talent Associates prod. no.1011
02-Dec-1963 CBS Mon
written by Millard Lampell
story by Millard Lampell and John Gabriel
directed by Herschel Daugherty
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Ruby Dee ................ Marilyn Marsden
Joseph Campanella ....... Chuck Severson
Lois Nettleton .......... Ann Severson
Earle Hyman ............. Marsden
Constance Ford .......... Polly
Paul Dooley ............. Welty
Ed Sherin ............... Hogarth
Brenda Wilson
Lia Waggner
David Komoroff
Michael Baseleon
Ted Gunther
Dan Rubinate
MacIntyre Dixon
Thomas Anderson

1.11 East Side/West Side: WHERE'S HARRY?
Talent Associates prod. no.1012
09-Dec-1963 CBS Mon
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Norma Crane ............. Dolores Bernstein
James Edwards ........... Mr. Jackson
Simon Oakland ........... Harry Bernstein
Royce Wallace ........... Mrs. Jackson
Joseph Bernard .......... Father
Muni Seroff ............. Doctor
Sylvia Gassel ........... Mother
Nathaniel Jones
Joyce Aaron
Melva Goodwin

1.12 East Side/West Side: MY CHILD ON MONDAY MORNING
Talent Associates prod. no.1013
16-Dec-1963 CBS Mon
written by Robert Crean
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast:  :
James Noble ............. Tony Morgan
Renee Dudley ............ the Morgan child
Marian Seldes ........... Nan Morgan
Brooke Adams ............ Marky
Renee Dudley ............ Amy Morgan
Brooke Adams ............ Markey Morgan
Rose Gregorio ........... Miss Reagan
Augusta Merighi ......... Miss Lepardo
Alba Oms ................ Puerto Rican
Larry Bleidner .......... Mike
D.P. Gilliam ............ Man

1.13 East Side/West Side: CREEPS LIVE HERE
Talent Associates prod. no.1010
23-Dec-1963 CBS Mon
written by Philip Reisman Jr.
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Ruth Donnelly ........... Mrs. Grevitch
John Randolph ........... Mr. Cavan
Patricia Collinge ....... Miss Allen
Gene Hackman ............ Police Officer
Joe E. Marks ............ Mr. Cahoon
Alexander Clark ......... Mr. Carmer
Olive Templeton ......... Mrs. Brandyberry
Toni Tucci .............. Mrs. Meely
Lucy Landau ............. Mrs. Hosang

1.14 East Side/West Side: THE $5.98 DRESS
Talent Associates prod. no.1014
13-Jan-1964 CBS Mon
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast:  
Tim O'Connor ............ Mr. Stuart
Kathleen Maguire ........ Mrs. Stuart
George Mathews .......... Hank Stone
Joseph Sullivan ......... Judge
Ramon Bieri
Michael Vale
Clebert Ford

1.15 East Side/West Side: THE BEATNIK AND THE POLITICIAN
Talent Associates prod. no.1015
20-Jan-1964 CBS Mon
written by Robert Van Scoyk
directed by Allen Reisner
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Alan Arkin .............. Ted Miller
Robert Middleton ........ Frank D'Angelo
Melinda Dillon .......... Stacy Barbella
Ruth Volner ............. Mrs. Barbella
Leslie Barrett .......... Rice
John Beal ............... Ross
Barbara Feldon .......... Toni Ginger
Severn Darden
Bob O'Connell
Eugene Troobnick
Page Johnson

1.16 East Side/West Side: ONE DRINK AT A TIME
Talent Associates prod. no.1016
27-Jan-1964 CBS Mon
written by Edward Adler
directed by John Berry
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Maureen Stapleton ....... Molly
J.D. Cannon ............. Sam
John Karlen ............. Billy
Tom Ahearne ............. Harry
Richard Schaal .......... Teddy Larsen
Albert M. Ottenheimer ... Michaels
Sam Raskyn
James Luisi
Tom Lillard
Synopsis:
Bowery derelicts Molly and Sam, friends for 20 years, have a falling out [TA]

1.17 East Side/West Side: IT'S WAR, MAN
Talent Associates prod. no.1017
10-Feb-1964 CBS Mon
written by Robert Alan Aurthur
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Joanna Merlin ........... Lucia Lopez
Alberto Castagna ........ Angelo Lopez
Torin Thatcher ......... Judge Morrison
Sam Gray ................ Fred Silverman
Victor Arnold ........... Tommy Young

1.18 East Side/West Side: DON'T GROW OLD
Talent Associates prod. no.1018
17-Feb-1964 CBS Mon
written by Edward DeBlasio
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Joe De Santis ........... Morelli
James Patterson ......... Fred
Rose Arrick ............. Mary
Marilyn Rogers .......... Sally
Jess Osuna .............. Harry
James Dimitri ........... Hector
Will Lee ................ Schultz

1.19 East Side/West Side: THE STREET
Talent Associates prod. no.1019
24-Feb-1964 CBS Mon
written by Millard Lampell
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Barbara Feldon .......... Joanna
Candace Culkin .......... Angela
Louise Troy ............. Bianca
Tommy Norden ............ Joseph
Jose Perez .............. Tony
Dominic Chianese ........ Charley

1.20 East Side/West Side: IF YOUR GRANDMOTHER HAD WHEELS
Talent Associates prod. no.1020
02-Mar-1964 CBS Mon
written by Allan E. Sloane
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Alex Viespi ............. Sam
Shimen Ruskin ........... Wisonsky
Vincent Gardenia ........ Dr. Warren
Philip Bruns ............ Apple

1.21 East Side/West Side: THE PASSION OF THE NICKEL PLAYER
Talent Associates prod. no.1021
09-Mar-1964 CBS Mon
written by Edward Adler
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Paul Mace ............... Davie Macklin
Margaret Tompson ........ Maggie
Joe Silver .............. Harry
John Connell ............ Walter
Lori Heinman ............ Susie

1.22 East Side/West Side: TAKE SIDES WITH THE SUN
Talent Associates prod. no.1022
16-Mar-1964 CBS Mon
written by Allan E. Sloane
directed by Alex March
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Jessica Walter .......... Phyllis Dowling
Henderson Forsythe ...... Bowen Munro
Maurice Edwards ......... Sal Berman
Val Avery ............... Bill Hartman
Elaine Hyman
Michael Hadge
Andrew Duncan

1.23 East Side/West Side: THE NAME OF THE GAME
Talent Associates prod. no.1023
23-Mar-1964 CBS Mon
written by Mel Gold
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Barry Moore ............. Warren
Chester Morris .......... McGill
Daniel J. Travanti ...... Paul Jerome
Barbara Mattes .......... Anna
Eugene Roche ............ Troy
Synopsis:
Congressman Hanson suspects that there's trouble in the
negotiations between American Electronics and the union, so
he sends an assistant to feel out the union's position [RF]

1.24 East Side/West Side: NOTHING BUT THE HALF TRUTH
Talent Associates prod. no.1024
30-Mar-1964 CBS Mon
written by Robert Van Scoyk
directed by Alex March
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
David Susskind .......... Himself
Colleen Dewhurst ........ Shirley Frost
Joshua Shelley .......... Mel Chance
Leon Janney ............. Roger Hamilton Bradford
Maria Brenes ............ Mrs. Valdes
Reni Santoni ............ Felipe
Epy Baca ................ Miguel
Luis Arroyo ............. Luis

1.25 East Side/West Side: THE GIVERS
Talent Associates prod. no.1025 CBS Mon
13-Apr-1964 (rebroadcast 07Sep1964)
Written by George Bellak
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Lee Philips ............. Frederick Trainor
John Dehner ............. John Manolis
Clarice Blackburn ....... Gert Keller
Mary Munday ............. Vivian Andrews
Dan Frazer .............. Art Keller
Tom Gorman .............. McIllvaney
Bert Convy .............. Mike Forrestor
Herbert Voland .......... Gabe Connors
Ralph Bell .............. General Wallach
Synopsis:
Hanson and Brock are trying to get a bill through Congress
that would reduce malpractices in obtaining Government
contracts, but some influential people oppose the legislation. [RF]

1.26 East Side/West Side: HERE TODAY
Talent Associates prod. no.1026
27-Apr-1964 CBS Mon
Starring:
George C. Scott (as Neil Brock)
Guest Cast: 
Walter Abel ............. Bedford
Will Geer ............... Brian Lincoln
Michael Dunn ............ Porter
Walter Coy .............. Burns
Lloyd Gough ............. Cliff Shaw

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