Most Rated Titles With Earl Warren
1. What's My Line? (1950–1967)
30 min | Comedy, Family, Game-Show
Four panelists must determine guests' occupations - and, in the case of famous guests, while blindfolded, their identity - by asking only "yes" or "no" questions.
2. See It Now (1951–1958)
30 min | Documentary, News
This show was an irregularly scheduled hour long program that gave more complete coverage of issues. The show consisted of 'Edward R. Murrow (I)' sitting in the New York studio talking ... See full summary »
3. The Friendship Train (1948)
14 min | Documentary, Short
Two years after the end of World War II, many people in France and Italy were still ill-fed. Washington newspaper columnist Drew Pearson decided to launch a program that would help feed ... See full summary »
4. Olympic Fund Telethon (1952 TV Special)
1,470 min | Comedy, Music, Sport
An all-star telethon put together to raise funds for the United States Olympic Team, featuring such stars as Frank Sinatra, Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe, Joan Crawford and The Three Stooges.
5. Stars in the Eye (1952 TV Special)
60 min | Musical
Various CBS stars appear in this one hour variety program about the opening of the brand new $7 million dollar CBS Television City Studios.
7. Screen Snapshots: The Great Showman (1950)
10 min | Short
Some of Holllwood's (and California's) heaviest-hitters turn out to honor Grauman Chinese Theatre owner Sid Grauman,including; (then) California Governor Earl Warren (and later Chief ... See full summary »
Longines Chronoscope (1951–1955)
Episode dated 11 April 1952
Huie and Rogers interview Earl Warren, Governor of California. Topics include the internal discord in the Republican Party, Governor Warren's campaign to be the Republican nominee for U.S. ... See full summary »