The story of the firemen at Engine House No.8, where widower Frank "Dad" Brooks is the beloved veteran and whose children, Milly and Jimmie, are especially fond of firemen Dan and "Beauty" Johnson. The problem of the day is concern whether or not Brooks is going to qualify for a pension...until a three-alarm inferno breaks out at the orphanage. Written by
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Tiny tots aroused from sleep by suffocating smoke, roaring flames! (original ad)
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Did You Know?
Among the earliest documented telecasts of this film were in Huntington, West Virginia Wednesday 25 February 1953 on WSAZ (Channel 3), in San Francisco, California Friday 20 March 1953 on KGO (Channel 7), both of them as part of their "Hollywood TV Theatre" movie series, and in New York City Tuesday 14 April 1953 on WABC (Channel 7). See more
Version of The Third Alarm