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 Season 1 (CBC)(1958-59)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox  [Uploaded April 2018]
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CBC Sundays 8:30pm

1.01 [01] GM Presents: THE POWER TO DESTROY
21Sep1958 CBC Sun 8:30pm [Winnipeg Free Press]
Produced by Paul Almond
Written by F. Douglas Jackson
Cast:
Douglas Rain
John Drainie
James Doohan
Jill Foster
Ivor Barry
Helene Winston
Brendan Dillon
William Bell
Synopsis:
A man turns himself into a human bomb by concealing sticks of dynamite in his clothing. He enters a bank and threatens to blow himself
and the bank skyhigh if his orders are not carried out. Unfortunately the safe has a time lock on it and cannot he opened for fifteen minutes.

1.02 [02] GM Presents: THE FLOATING ISLAND
28Sep1958
Written by Ed McGibbon
Cast:
Jack Creley ...... Captain Pratt
Nicky Austin ..... Eddie
John Bethune ..... Luden
Larry D. Mann ..... Patton
Alex McKee ....... Jenkins
Alan Pearce ....... Leonard
Alfie Scopp ........ Simpson
Murray Westgate ..... Lieutenant Lockridge
Synopsis:
The play is about a young boy who arrives at a Vermont hotel and announces that he is to get a room and wait for his father.
When the father falls to appear the police become suspicious and find a clue which leads them to Montreal and some surprising revelations.

1.03 [03] GM Presents: BREAKTHROUGH
05Oct1958
Written by Donald Jack
Directed by Ronald Weyman
Cast:
Don Francks ....... Flying Officer Ralph Madison
Lloyd Bochner .... Prosecuting Attorney
Robert Goodier ...... President of the Court-Martial
Charles Palmer ....... Air Vice Marshall Simmons
John Vernon ............ Wing Commander Minnell
Sharon Acker ............ Eleanor
Douglas Master ......... Brigadier General Greaves
Hedley Mattingly ....... Henshell
James Edmond ......... Professor
Norm Bornstein ........ Civilian Witness
Eric Christmas .......... Civilian Witness
Eric Heath ................ Psychiatrist
John Paris .............. Squadron Leader
Dickson Kerwin ..... Danish Ambassador
Synopsis:
The story of an RCAF flying officer who returns from a test flight in a new jet plane and finds himself immediately arrested and charged with treason.
In reply to his protest that he was only in the air for five minutes, he is advised that he was away for five months.

1.04 [04] GM Presents: END OF SUMMER
12Oct1958
Produced by Leo Orenstein
Written by Elliott Baker
Based on a short story of Turgenev's Summer Love.
starring
Donald Davis ........... Dr. Pope
Gordon Ruttan ......... Donald Pope
Hildegarde Rossi ..... Tina
Hilary Vernon ........... Harriet Pope
Synopsis:
A young Canadian falls in love with an older woman during his vacation in Switzerland.

1.05 [05] GM Presents: THE FLOWER IN THE ROCK
19Oct1958
Produced by Paul Almond
Written by Joseph Schell
Cast:
Frances Hyland ......... Catherine
Ivor Barry ............ John Mason Sr.
Joseph Shaw ....... John Mason Jr.
Marcia Clare ......... Prudence
Gillie Fenwick ......... Forbes
William Needles ..... Manley
Douglas Rain .......... Graves
Claire Drainie ......... Mrs. Jackson
Brendan Dillon ....... Doctor
Lew Davidson ......... Clerk
Synopsis:
Story of a woman imprisoned in a hopeless life, who is driven to wreck three lives in her attempts to break free.

1.06 [06] GM Presents: DEPTH 300
26Oct1958
Produced by Charles Jarrott
Translated by Ivor Barry
Story by Maurice Gagnon
Cast:
Barry Morse .......... Captain Clinton
James Doohan ...... Lietuenant Maclean
Beryl Baxter ........... Pamela Brooks
Patrick Macnee ...... Lietuenant Brooks
Powys Thomas ...... Commander Llewellyn
Hedley Mattingly ..... Lietuenant Tennant
Sandy Webster ...... Lieutenant MacLeish
Timothy Grey ......... Marsh
John Maddison ....... Yeoman Rivers
Donald Ewer .......... Rating
Sean Mulcahy ..... Asdic rating
Leo Phillips .......... Helmsman Adams
Leslie Yeo ........... Coxswain Tilden
Synopsis:
The time is 1944 and the British submarine Trident is stalking an enemy ship. When Commander Clinton gives an order to his number one man,
Brooks, the latter hesitates before carrying it out. The attack is successful, but Clinton suffers what seems to be a mild injury.
Back on base Brooks asks Clinton when he will get his promotion, and Clinton tells Brooks he is not certain whether he will ever be more
than a number one man. Tension mounts between the two when they are sent to track down an enemy submarine.

1.07 [07] GM Presents: MEN DON'T MAKE PASSES
02Nov1958
Produced by Charles Jarrott
Written by Bernard Slade
Directed by Charles Jarrott
Cast:
Kay Hawtrey
Tom Harvey
Iris Krangle
Pam Hyatt
Miriam Newman
Barbara Franklin
Moya Fenwick
Sandra Scott
Synopsis:
A lonely secretary concocts elaborate stories about her romances and tells them to the other girls in the office.

1.08 [08] GM Presents: SANCTUARY
09Nov1958
Written by John Whelan
Cast:
Lloyd Bochner
John Vernon
Janet Reid
George Luscombe
Aileen Seaton
Timothy Findley
Leslie Yeo
Synopsis:
The story of two Americans who find themselves behind the British lines in the War of 1812. The soldiers take refuge in an abandoned
homestead, and meet a blind girl named Laurie. One soldier plans to use her as a hostage, and the other is in love with her.

1.09 [09] GM Presents: AFTER THE FACT
16Nov1958
Written by John Lucarotti
Directed by Ronald Weyman
Cast:
Wesley O'Murphy ..... Steve Shaughnessy
Mavor Moore ............. Police Inspector Levitt
Eric Cryderman ......... Williams
Claire Drainie ............. Mrs. Rodgers
Michael Mann ........... Banning
James Barron ........... Policeman
Margaret MacBain .... Woman
Ed Simay ................... Landlord
Joy Webster .............. Banning's girlfriend
Arch McDonnell ........ Police Officer
John Paris .................. Policeman
Larry Solway .............. Announcer
Synopsis:
A young man is convinced he has witnessed a murder, but when the police investigate they cannot find a clue.

1.10 [10] GM Presents: GEORGIE
23Nov1958
Teleplay by George Salverson
Based on the story by Molrey Callaghan "The Young Mother and Uncle Alec"
Cast:
Corinne Conley
Jean Keller
Sandy Webster
Judith Sinclair
Synopsis:
A man sets out to steal a woman's daughter by changing her personality.

1.11 [11] GM Presents: O PIONEERS
30Nov1958
Written by Don Witty
Cast:
Lloyd Bochner
Sharon Acker
Synopsis:
A new bride falls in love with an old cider-mill home, but the bridegroom, who has inherited the mill, wants to sell.

1.12 [12] GM Presents: THE DELICATE DEAL
07Dec1958
Written by Caswell Garth
Cast:
Joseph Shaw ........... Gerry Conway
Katharine Blake ........ Kay
Joseph Furst ............ Voller
Hedley Mattingly ....... Matthew
Synopsis:
Gerry Conway has an original blackmail scheme.

1.13 [13] GM Presents: THE LITTLE LOAVES OF STE. GENEVIEVE
14Dec1958
Written by Phyllis Lee Peterson
Cast:
Antoinette Giroux ..... Madame Senecal
Germaine Giroux ..... Coralinne Theberge
Marthe Mercure ....... Rose
Gabbi Sylvain ........... Lise Hudon
Jacques Godin ......... Jean Paul
Synopsis:
A widow and mother of 11 children, places great value on three loaves of bread. Resenting the presence of a nurse-companion in her home,
she gives a loaf of bread to the butcher, hoping that its mystic powers will prove helpful in marrying the nurse to the butcher.

1.14 [14] GM Presents: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
21Dec1958 CDN airdate
07Jun1959 US airdate
Produced by Paul Almond
Teleplay by Henry Misrock
Based on Jane Austen's novel
Directed by Paul Almond
Sets Rudi Dorn
Costumes Horst Dantz
Cast:
Patrick Macnee ...... Mr. Darcy
Kay Hawtry ............. Elizabeth Bennet
Marjorie Leete ........ Mrs. Bennet
Tony Van Bridge .... Mr. Bennet
Jill Showell ............. Jane Bennet
Ivor Barry ................ Mr. Collins
Vernon Chapman ...... Colonel Forster
Margot Christie ........... Lady Catherine de Bourgh
Patricia Farmer ........... Lydie Bennet
Timothy Findley .......... Mr. Wickham
Diana Maddox ............. Charlotte Lucas
Ann Morrish ............. Miss Bingley
Alwyne Whatsley ..... Mr. Bingley
Synopsis:
The story revolves around a woman trying to find three suitable young men for her daughters.

1.15 [15] GM Presents: PEACE RIVER COUNTRY
28Dec1958
Adapted by Charles E. Israel
Novel by Ralph Allan
Cast:
Muriel Cooper
Eric Clavering
Ruth Springford
Peter Sturgess
Clive Endersby
Michele Finney
Ron Hartmann
Tony Brown
Alex McKee
Martin Andrews
John Paris
Billy Potton
Synopsis:
A mother and her two children struggle to achieve their dream of living in the far-off Peace River Country, their idea of Utopia.

1.16 [16] GM Presents: A PENNY FOR THE GUY
04Jan1959
Written by Lester Powell
Cast:
Barry Morse ......... Herbert George Triton
Katharine Blake .... Valerie
Patrick Macnee ........ Kesson
Elizabeth Cole ......... Mary
Cynthia Michaelis ... Rita
Barbara Alleyn ......... Gwen
Michael Conway ...... Egerton
Randolph Rhodes ... Al
Timothy Grey ............ Jack
Anthea Kearley ......... Miss Robins
Earl Grey ................... Sir George
Donald Ewer ............. Parsons
Synopsis:
The story of Herbert George Triton, who tries to emulate Guy Fawkes, and like the infamouse gunpowder plotter, ends up on the gallows.

1.17 [17] GM Presents: THE EYE OPENER MAN
11Jan1959
Teleplay by Leslie McFarlane
Directed by Melwyn Breen
Cast:
Mavor Moore .......... Bob Edwards
Corinne Conley ...... Margaret
Alan Pearce ............ Walker
Drew Thompson ..... Shannon
William Needles ...... Baldwin
Hugh Webster ......... Jansen
Paul Kligman ........... Wheeler
Douglas Master ....... Albert
Eric House .............. Gormby
Ruth Johnson ......... Mrs. Baldwin
John Bethune ........ Laurie
Jean Keller ............. Mrs. Keswick
Alex McKee ........... First Man
Synopsis:
The story is about Bob Edwards, who edited The Calgary Eye Opener, an off-beat newspaper. Edwards was an inveterate enemy of the
social humbug and of hypocrisy. The play deals with episodes in his life during the provincial struggle over prohibition.

1.18 [18] GM Presents: FACE TO REMEMBER
18Jan1959 [Winnipeg Free Press]
Written by William Link and Richard Levinson
Directed by Paul Almond
Cast:
Sylvia Murphy .............. Monica Davies
Charles Templeton ..... Greg Whitner
Robert Christie ............ Walt Cook
Susan Fletcher ........... Mrs. Almond
Aileen Seaton ............. Mrs. Penniman
Deborah Turnbull ....... Marian
James Peddie ............ Arthur Townsend
Linda Ballantyne ......... Gail
Lois Ould ................... Karen Whitner
George Sperdakos .... Dimitri
William Bell................ Bartender
Miriam Wolfe ............. Mrs. Jacowski
Synopsis:
A suspense mystery with a television studio setting about the murder of a TV singing star.

1.19 [19] GM Presents: SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS
25Jan1959
Written by Byron Riggan
Directed by Charles Jarrott
Cast:
Ed McNamara .... Sam Slidell
Charmion King .... Grace Slidell
Sean Sullivan ..... John Sheppard
Larry D. Mann .... Arthur MacGregor
Murray Westgate ... Loren Craig
Phyllis Stewart ..... Margaret MacGregor
Josephine Barrington ..... Mrs. De Bardeleden
Laddie Dennis .... Janet
Alex McKee ..... Pop
Jo Kirkpatrick .... Young girl
Lew Davidson .... Bartender
Synopsis:
The story tells of behind-the-scenes correspondents of Cosmos magazine, who are attempting to write a story on a Canadian industrialist.
Sam Slidell is the editor-in-chief of the Cosmos bureaus in Canada. He orders his staff to get a colorful story on Loren Craig. The
result of the scoop reveals that Craig's background offers more than just a news story.

1.20 [20] GM Presents: PROBLEM PARENTS
01Feb1959
Written by Harvey Fishman
Cast:
Beth Stephens .... Sally Trimble
Peggi Loder ........ Mother
Tom Harvey ........ Father
Garrick Hagon
Synopsis:
A young girl is faced with problem parents. Her mother rides to the story on a bicycle and her writer father insists on
wearing Bermuda shorts. At an age when social niceties are important, Sally beings to resent her parents.

1.21 [21] GM Presents: UNDERMINED
08Feb1959
Written by Donald Jack
Cast:
Douglas Rain ..... Lt. Mark Vincent
Bruno Gerussi
Walter Massey
Murray Westgate
William Needles

1.22 [22] GM Presents: WALL OF FEAR
15Feb1959 [Winnipeg Free Press]
Teleplay by Lillian Andrews
Directed by Leo Orenstein
Cast:
Susan Douglas .... Dora Sanborn
Ray Bellew ........ Matthew Crandall
Douglas Master .... Inspector Gregg
Jean Keller ......... Mrs. Crandall
Jon Granik ......... Mr. Crandall
Elinor Beecroft ... Mrs. Sanborn
Walter Massey ....... McGregor
Rex Hagon ........ Timmie
Herb Fisher ........ Policeman
Synopsis:
The story is a study in panic and terror about an attractive young widow, living in a small town, who has to learn to conquer her
fears when a teenage boy seeks revenge against her for no reason at all.
*Note: Susan Douglas played Kathy in the soap opera "Guiding Light".

1.23 [23] GM Presents: VIVA SERGEANT LOPEZ
22Feb1959
Written by John Dickens
Cast:
George Carron ....... Sgt. Lopez
Miriam Wolfe ........ Maria
George Sperdakos ... Corporal Hector
William Needles .... General Porgi
Larry D. Mann
Sammy Sales
Synopsis:
Maria is not too pleased with her fiance, the leader of the soldiers' Junia, especially when he has had her cafe closed,
in his role as health inspector.

1.24 [24] GM Presents: HANGMAN'S HOUSE
01Mar1959
Teleplay by Joseph Liss
Story by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
Directed by Basil Coleman
Cast:
Douglas Campbell .... O'Brian
Richard Easton .... John D'Arcy
Tony Van Bridge .... Neddy Joe
John Vernon .... "The Citizen"
Alfred Gallagher .... Sir William
Nancy Lewis ...... Connaught
Joseph Maher .... Dermot
Nan Stewart ..... Anne
Michael Conway .... Manservant
J.G. O'Brien .... Priest
Wesley O'Murphy .... Courtier
Synopsis:
Treachery and intrigue threaten the romance of a young Irishman, who has betrayed his country,
but returns to marry the daughter of the Lord Chief Justice of Ireland.

1.25 [25] GM Presents: THE SILENT KINGDOM
08Mar1959
Written by Leo Orenstein
Cast:
Corinne Conley ...... Eve Taylor
Herb Fisher ...... Gil Banion
Barbara Chilcott .... Velma Lewis
Robert Goodier .... Lionel Jacks
Larry D. Mann ..... Harry Benson
Sammy Sales .... Murray Standler
Ivor Barry ......... Leslie Hood
Muriel Cooper ....... Maud Finney
Miriam Newman ...... Winnie
Basya Hunter ....... Mamie Duncan
Sheila Billing ....... Shirley Don
Synopsis:
The crumbling of the silent film industry in an era that brought fame and fortune to such stars as Charles Chaplin,
Greta Garbo and others are depicted in this play about two producers who must adjust to the talkies.

1.26 [26] GM Presents: HILDE AND THE HIGHWAY
15Mar1959
Written by Andy Lewis
Cast:
Barbara Franklin ...... Hilde
Peter Mews ....... Guy
Barbara Hamilton
Paul Kligman
Beth Lockerbie
Synopsis:
The story set in the Pennsylvania Dutch country of the United States tells of a young farm girl, Hilde, who works
in a roadside diner, but dreams of the road far away and interesting places.

1.27 [27] GM Presents: THE BALDING EAGLE
22Mar1959
Produced by Charles Jarrott
Teleplay by Norman Shannon
Cast:
Max Helpmann
Ted Follows
Deborah Turnbull
John Vernon
Anne Morrish
Larry D. Mann
Murray Westgate
Michelle Finney
Synopsis:
An air force officer who after 19 years in the service has to decide what to do with his life.
The story highlights the men who fly planes in the defence of North America.

1.28 [28] GM Presents: NOT MADE IN HEAVEN
29Mar1959
Written by Howard Rodman
Cast:
Frances Hyland ....... Melissa Turner
Eric House ............... Forest Eberhaus
John Drainie ............ Mr. Turner
Claire Drainie ........... Mrs. Turner
Aino Pirskanen
Synopsis:
Melissa Turner, who at the age of 32 is still unmarried. Her father and mother consider Melissa homely,
decide to take matters into their own hands. They pick out a husband who seems to be suitable.

1.29 [29] GM Presents: MAN WITH A ROPE
05Apr1959
Written by William Link and Richard Levinson
Directed by Melwyn Breen
Cast:
Jack Creley ...... Jack Ketch
Douglas Campbell ...... Cal
Tony Brown ..... Jethro
Dave Broadfoot .... Burt
Douglas Rain ..... Billy
James Barron .... Wick
Jean Keller ..... Mrs. Schneider
Robert Goodier .... Sheriff Croft
Douglas Master .... Waters
Igors Gavon .... Balladeer
Sandy Webster .... Minister
Charles Kehoe ..... Deputy
Synopsis:
The story tells of a man and his son who arrive in town to hang a man.

1.30 [30] GM Presents: MR. RIZZI'S RETURN
12Apr1959
Written by Anthony Spinner
Directed by Basil Coleman
Cast:
Michael Kane ..... Frankie Rizzi
Barbara Chilcott
Bruno Gerussi
Basya Hunter
Alex McKee
Synopsis:
The story is about a big-time U.S. gangster who returns to his native Italy after being deported from the States.

1.31 [31] GM Presents: THE TALKER
19Apr1959 CBC Sun 8:30
Written by Andrew Lewis
Cast:
William Needles
Robert Goodier
John Vernon
Synopsis:
Story about a voluble shoe-salesman in a department store who talks about nothing, but his son Frank, who works
in the same store but has managed to become an assistant-manager while his father is still a salesman.

[--] GM Presents:
26Apr1959 [Winnipeg Free Press]
pre-empted for "Meet Me In St. Louis" family musical special with Tab Hunter, Jane Powell and Ed Wynn.


1.32 [32] GM Presents: THE EXPLORER
03May1959
Teleplay by Howard Rodman
Cast:
James Barron
Isaac Swerdlow
Sammy Sales
Miriam Wolfe
Jacob Reinglas
Ben Lennick
Leo Phillips
Synopsis:
A comedy about the manner in which old Simon Feder his family's problems and his own death.

1.33 [33] GM Presents: A KILLING AT BENTLEY CORNER
10May1959
Produced by Charles Jarrott
Teleplay by Ralph E. Loewe and Morton S. Shanberg
Cast:
George Luscombe ...... Jebb
John Drainie ....... Judge Keon
Sharon Acker ..... Joann Wilton
Sandy Webster ..... Morton
Douglas Master .... Schmidt
Joe Austin ...... Ralph Knight
Murray Westgate ..... Sheriff
Synopsis:
A melodrama about a young man in his mid-twenties who returns to his hometown after serving a five-year
prison term for the theft of $5,000 from the local hospital where he was once employed. Once back in this
small town where he was always the scapegoat for every incident and considered to be the town's black sheep,
he demands a new trail- but this time on moral grounds rather than legal. At gunpoint he forces the six persons
who through prejudice had condemned him at the original trial. back into the court-room where lie holds his own trial.

1.34 [34] GM Presents: YOU'LL BE CALLING ME MICHAEL
17May1959
Written by Arthur L. Murphy
Directed by Paul Almond
Cast:
Ted Follows
Alex McKee
Frank Perry
Powys Thomas
Hugh Webster
Lynne Gorman
Synopsis:
A farmer decides to come down to the sea to be a fisherman. Within a month he masters the skills of the local fishermen and,
although they resent his bragging, he becomes accepted. He rises to become owner of a large fishing boat -until a near disaster
at sea leads the villagers to become suspicious of him.

1.35 [35] GM Presents: THE MAN ON FOUR BEAT
24May1959
Written by John Sone and Ted Wood
Directed by Melwyn Breen
Cast:
James Doohan
John Vernon
Kay Hawtrey
Jock Mackin
Murray Westgate
Naomi Cameron
Francie Jones
Frank Mathias
George Carron
Iris Krangle
Bill Mitchell
Leslie Yeo
Synopsis:
The story of two policemen, a rookie and veteran, assigned to No. 4 beat in Toronto.
The rookie is killed and the veteran sets out to find the killers.

1.36 [36] GM Presents: A LEAP IN THE DARK
31May1959
Written by Maurice Gagnon
Cast:
Austin Willis ....... Commander Larsen
Joseph Furst
Robert Goodier
Hilary Vernon
Alex Denaszody
Frank Perry
Aino Pirskanen
Synopsis:
Commander Larsen learns that his wife, whom he thought had died at the hands of the Russians some 18 years before,
is being held prisoner in Danzig, a foreign ship anchored in the port of Marseilles.

1.37 [37] GM Presents: FEAR IS NO STRANGER
07Jun1959
Written by Henry Misrock
Directed by Basil Coleman
Cast:
Patrick Macnee
Donald Davis ............ Earl Morton
Anna Cameron ......... Alice Morton
Robert Christie .......... Police Commissioner
Diane McMillan ......... Louise Morton
Orest Ulan .......... Bill
Jean Templeton ......... Claire
Cosette Lee .......... Mrs. Stone
George Sperdakos .... Reporter
Walter Balay ........... Police Sergeant
Ronald Nipper .......... Young Man
Kenneth Pauli ....... Waiter
Synopsis:
Panic spreads in a California city when an unknown young woman is strangled in a wooded area. She is the third victim within a month.
The district attorney experiences terror when his daughter arrives home with a new boy friend, a stranger.
After a date she fails to come home, and the police take over.

1.38 [38] GM Presents: OVER MY DEAD BODY
14Jun1959
Written by Michael Leighton and Richard Morris
Directed by Charles Jarrott
Cast:
Joseph Shaw ........ Dr. Adam Pride
Katharine Blake ..... Joan Francis
Chris Wiggins ........ Sweeney
Ed Simay ........... Stefan Heffler
Drew Thompson ....... Hugo Peck
Gillie Fenwick ........... Inspector Black
Eric Heath ............ Constable Pratt
Zillah Carter ......... Mrs. Harris
Leo Phillips ........... Landlord
Leslie Yeo ........ Constable Bower
also with
Larry Beattie
Michael Conway
Anne Butler
John Clark
Alan Crofoot

21Jun1959 A new BBC drama series, "Playhouse U.K." is being presented at 8:30pm.
This week the presentation opens with "A Day By the Sea".

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