CTVA US Anthology - "20th Century-Fox Hour" (TCF/CBS)(1955-57)

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20th Century-Fox Hour (1955-57)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox Jim Brent, Sal Crisanti (Ep. 11 "Broken Arrow"), D.W. McGregor, UK
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

20th Century-Fox Hour (season 1) (CBS) (1955-1956)
20th Century-Fox Hour (season 2) (CBS) (1956-1957)

Syndication title: Fox Hour of Stars

Syndication title: TV Hour of Stars

 

Filmed at the Hollywood Studios of

TCF Television Productions, Inc.

for

CBS (Wednesdays 10:00pm fortnightly)

Executive in Charge of Production: Irving Asher (all episodes)

Produced by Jules Bricken  (early eps)

Produced by Peter Packer   (mid eps)

Produced by Ben Feiner, Jr. (later eps)

US Drama Anthology series  1955-57  37 episodes x 60 min bw

       (05Oct55 - 18Sep57) 

Season 1  1955-56 (alternated with season 3 of U.S. Steel Hour) 18 episodes

Season 2  1956-57 (alternated with season 4 of U.S. Steel Hour) 19 episodes
  Hosted by

 Joseph Cotten    (1955-56)

Robert Sterling    (1956-57)

Restored Version by FMC Hosted by

Robert Wagner (2002-present)

as Hour of Stars

Premise:

An Anthology of mini-features,

New productions largely consisted of hasty retreads of successful Fox movies.

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