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"Studio One in Hollywood" (1948) More at IMDbPro »"Studio One" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
Year: 1948 | 1949 | 1950 | 1951 | 1952 | 1953 | 1954 | 1955 | 1956 | 1957 | 1958


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Storm

7 November 1948
During a stormy night, a woman alone in a country house discovers a dead body in her basement and is terrorized by an intruder.
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Dean Harens ... David Wilson

Marsha Hunt ... Janet Layton Wilson
John Rodney ... Ben Wilson

Season 1, Episode 2: Let Me Do the Talking

26 November 1948
A young agent in the publishing business wheels and deals his way up the ladder, stepping on a few too many toes along the way.
John Conte ... Gabriel

Susan Douglas Rubes (as Susan Douglas)
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 1, Episode 3: The Medium

12 December 1948
Madame Flora conducts bogus seances to bilk grieving parents, but during one seance she feels hands around her neck and panics.
Marie Powers ... Madame Flora / Baba
Lois Hunt ... Monica
Leopoldo Savona ... Toby (as Leo Coleman)
Beverly Dame ... Mrs. Gobineau
Joseph Bell ... Mr. Gobineau
Catherine Mastice ... Mrs. Nolan
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 1, Episode 4: Not So Long Ago

26 December 1948
An elderly woman remembers back to a time in her youth when she was pursued by two gentlemen.
Katharine Bard ... Karen Pinkler
Karl Weber
Jerome Thor

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Outward Room

9 January 1949
A story about psychological breakdown and recovery.
Ruth Ford

Bramwell Fletcher

John Forsythe

Charlton Heston

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 1, Episode 6: Blind Alley

30 January 1949
A psychopathic killer escapes from prison and comes under the care of a noted psychiatrist.
Jerome Thor

Bramwell Fletcher

Jean Carson

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 1, Episode 7: Holiday

20 February 1949
A young man falls in love with a girl from a rich family. His unorthodox plan to go on holiday for the early years of his life is met with skepticism by everyone except for his fiancée's eccentric sister and long suffering brother.

Valerie Bettis ... Julia
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 1, Episode 8: Julius Caesar

6 March 1949
The growing ambition of Julius Caesar is a source of major concern to his close friend Brutus. Cassius persuades him to participate in his plot to assassinate Caesar but they have both sorely underestimated Mark Antony.

Season 1, Episode 9: Berkeley Square

20 March 1949
A young American man is transported back to London in the time of the American Revolution and meets his ancestors.

William Prince ... Peter Standish
Leueen MacGrath ... Helen Pettigrew
Leslie Woods ... Tom Pettigrew

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 1, Episode 10: Redemption

3 April 1949
Victor Karenin is devastated when his fiancée Lisa leaves him for Fedya but is happily surprised when Fedya falls for a young reckless gypsy girl.

Richard Hart ... Fedya

Joan Wetmore ... Lisa
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 1, Episode 11: Moment of Truth

17 April 1949
Five refugees vie for a seat on a flight to escape a Communist occupied Britain.

Leo G. Carroll
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 1, Episode 12: Julius Caesar

1 May 1949
The growing ambition of Julius Caesar is a source of major concern to his close friend Brutus. Cassius persuades him to participate in his plot to assassinate Caesar but they have both sorely underestimated Mark Antony.
William Post Jr. ... Julius Caesar

Robert Keith ... Brutus

Richard Hart ... Marc Antony

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Charlton Heston ... Minor Role

Season 1, Episode 13: The Glass Key

11 May 1949
When his boss, a corrupt politician, is accused of murder, a man hunts the real killer, avoiding amorous advances from his boss' fiancee and attacks from gangsters along the way.

Donald Briggs (as Don Briggs)
Lawrence Fletcher

Jean Carson

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)
Les Damon
Bern Hoffman
Edwin Jerome

Season 1, Episode 14: Shadow and Substance

18 May 1949
A true believer brings others, through the uncorrupted purity and simplicity of her own faith, back to first principles.

Leo G. Carroll

Margaret Phillips
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 1, Episode 15: Flowers from a Stranger

25 May 1949
The mental condition of psychiatrist's wife Lorna Baylor begins to deteriorate as an anonymous delivery of flowers arrives at her home, awakening her phobia of white carnations.
Felicia Montealegre ... Lorna Baylor / Lorna Deschamps

Yul Brynner ... Dr. Nestri
John Conte ... Dr. Kim Baylor
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)
Adelaide Klein ... Psychotic Woman

Lois Nettleton

Season 1, Episode 16: The Dybbuk

1 June 1949
In a Polish shtetl, two young men who have grown up together betroth their unborn children, ignoring the advice of a mysterious traveler not to pledge the lives of future generations. Soon after, one of them dies, and the wife of the other dies in childbirth. The children grow up in different towns, without ever knowing of the betrothal, but the power of the vow leads them to meet each other when they are marriageable. The young woman, Leah, is promised to another man, but Channon, the son of the father who died, is a practitioner of mysticism, and seeks to win his bride through sorcery.
Mary Sinclair ... Leah
James Lanphier ... Channon

Arnold Moss ... Rabbi Aesrael

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Frieda Altman ... Frade
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Maurice Franklin
Earl George
Frank Harrison
Ferdi B. Hoffman

Henry Lascoe

David Opatoshu ... Reb Sender

Joe Silver

Season 1, Episode 17: Boy Meets Girl

8 June 1949
A pair of screenwriters are ordered to concoct a comeback screenplay for a cowboy star whose star is on the wane.

Hume Cronyn ... Ben Hecht
Michael Harvey ... Charles MacArthur

Edward Andrews ... C. Elliot Friday

Francis Compton ... Larry Toms

Betty Furness ... Betty Furness
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 1, Episode 18: Smoke

15 June 1949
"Smoke" is the story of European community roots and changes, reflected both in Russian politics and in the lives of two individuals who find philosophies diverging.
Leueen MacGrath

Charlton Heston
Josephine Brown
Mary Sinclair
Ferdi B. Hoffman (as Ferdi Hoffman)
Guy Spaull

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 1, Episode 19: June Moon

22 June 1949
A naive Schenectady shipping clerk comes to Manhattan with dreams of becoming a lyricist, befriends a one-hit wonder composer and meets the girl of his dreams.

Glenda Farrell ... Lucille Sears
Joshua Shelley ... Maxie Schwartz

Edward Andrews ... Paul Sears

Jean Carson ... Eileen Fletcher

Jack Lemmon ... Fred Stevens

Eva Marie Saint ... Edna Baker
Carl Kent

Henry Lascoe ... Joe Hart

David Opatoshu ... Window Washer
Natalie Priest ... Secretary

Philip Sterling
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokesperson

Season 1, Episode 20: The Shadowy Third

29 June 1949
A handsome doctor becomes the object of affection of several of his female patients, young and old alike.

Helmut Dantine ... Dr. Roland Maradick

Frances Fuller ... Mrs. Maradick

Margaret Phillips ... Margaret Randolph
Sandra Ann Wigginton ... Miss Hemphill

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Kyra Zelas

12 September 1949
Kyra Zelas is a very unusual girl, the doctor diagnoses her as being in the final stages of tuberculosis, when young Dr. Scott gives her an untested injection which miraculously heals her, leaving everyone surprised.

Richard Hart ... Dr. Dan Scott
Felicia Montealegre ... Kyra Zelas
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 2: The Rival Dummy

19 September 1949
Gabbo, a ventriloquist meets a pretty blonde and asks her to become his assistant. He is a hit at the Palace, an old vaudeville theater, Pepe his dummy objects and refuses to perform. Pepe speaks and moves without the assistance of Gabbo and Gabbo helpless destroys the dummy with an axe.

Paul Lukas ... Gabbo the Great

Anne Francis ... Wichita Jones

Robert H. Harris ... Joe Paris

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Outward Room

26 September 1949
A mentally disturbed woman tries to lead a normal life.
Ruth Ford

Bramwell Fletcher

Charlton Heston

John Forsythe

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 2, Episode 4: Mrs. Moonlight

3 October 1949
A bride makes a wish on her wedding day to never look a day older than she does at that moment. Her wish becomes a curse as everyone and everything around her ages and she stays as youthful as ever.
Katharine Bard
James MacColl

Una O'Connor

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Light That Failed

10 October 1949
A war artist, Dick Helder, follows the British army into battle and experiences many difficulties and internal struggles while providing some outstanding descriptions of the desert and desert warfare.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Storm

17 October 1949
During a stormy night, a woman alone in a country house discovers a dead body in her basement and is terrorized by an intruder.

Marsha Hunt ... Janet Wilson
John Rodney ... Ben Wilson

Dean Harens ... Dave
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 7: Battleship Bismarck

24 October 1949
Two weeks after its maiden voyage on May 13, 1941, the battleship Bismarck was spotted, torpedoed and sunk by the British in the North Atlantic. This was a crucial point in World War II for the Germans, taking more than 2,000 lives.

Paul Lukas ... Captain Lindemann

Vaughn Taylor ... Admiral Luetjens

Charlton Heston ... Commander Schneider
William Brower ... Radio Operator

Leslie Nielsen ... Karl

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)
Douglas Edwards ... Himself

Robert Emhardt ... Chief of Staff Heller
Harry Landers ... Nazi Officer
Larry LeSueur ... Newscaster

Stefan Schnabel

Season 2, Episode 8: Concerning a Woman of Sin

31 October 1949
A literary agent seeks to represent the author of a sensational new screenplay and is surprised to find out that the author is only nine years old.
Iris Mann

E.G. Marshall

Dean Harens

Hildy Parks
James MacColl

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Husband

7 November 1949
A woman fears her late husband Connor has returned to haunt her.

Margaret Phillips
Robert Favart
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 10: Two Sharp Knives

14 November 1949
A small-town police chief captures a man wanted for murder in Philadelphia. But something stinks about the murder rap, the wanted poster and everything else.

Stanley Ridges ... Police Chief Scott Anderson

Wynne Gibson ... Hotcha - conspirator
Theodore Newton ... Sgt. Wally Shane
Peggy French ... Ethel Furman
Richard Purdy ... Lester Furman

Hildy Parks ... Doris Anderson

Robert Emhardt ... DA Ted Carroll
Seth Arnold ... Doc Kamsley
William Lee ... Officer George Proffer
Tony Pellerin ... Gallo - conspirator
Paul Porter
Richard Robbins

Abe Vigoda ... Old train passenger
Roland Wood
Charles Kuhn

Richard Martin (as Dick Martin)

Frank Marth ... Reporter

John Vivyan ... Policeman

Len Lesser
William Witt
Elmer Lehr
Judith Rich ... Marian Furman

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 2, Episode 11: Of Human Bondage

21 November 1949
A young man finds himself attracted to a cold and unfeeling waitress who may ultimately destroy them both.

Charlton Heston ... Philip Carey
Felicia Montealegre ... Mildred Rogers
Guy Sorel ... M. Foinet - Art Critic
E.A. Krumschmidt ... Emil - Restaurant Patron
Philippa Bevans ... Nelly
Robin Craven ... Crenshaw

Faith Brook ... Sally Athelny

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Barbara Bolton
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)
Charles Summers ... Harry
Rhoderick Walker ... Dunsford

Season 2, Episode 12: At Mrs. Beam's

28 November 1949
At the height of the Bluebeard panic, a mysterious young couple from Paris raise fears at a London boarding house.

Eva Gabor ... Laura Pasquale

John Baragrey ... Colin Langford

Mildred Natwick ... Mrs. Beam
Cathleen Cordell ... Miss Shoe

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 13: Henry IV

5 December 1949
A wealthy eccentric Italian gentleman believes himself to be 11th-century Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV.
Richard Purdy ... Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV
Catherine Willard ... Lady Matilda Spina

Berry Kroeger ... Baron Tito Belcredi
Virginia McMahon ... Frieda Spina

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 2, Episode 14: Jane Eyre

12 December 1949
After a harsh childhood, orphan Jane Eyre is hired by Edward Rochester, the brooding lord of a mysterious manor house, to care for his young daughter.
Mary Sinclair ... Jane Eyre

Charlton Heston ... Edward Rochester

Viola Roache ... Blanche Ingram
Ethel Remey ... Mrs. Fairfax (as Ethel Everett)

Joan Wetmore ... Grace Poole
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Adelaide Klein ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Mary Poppins

19 December 1949
A nanny of special talents is hired by George Banks, an old-fashioned London banker who is trying to raise his two naughty children.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Inner Light

26 December 1949
An English home for the blind is disrupted by a visiting scientist who supposedly has a miracle discovery for curing specific cases of blindness.

Margaret Phillips
Richard Purdy

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 17: Riviera

2 January 1950
Set in the French Riviera, this romantic love triangle occurs when the daughter of a wealthy Parisian widower vacations at the villa.

David Opatoshu

Dolly Haas
Tonio Selwart

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 18: Beyond Reason

9 January 1950
A young wife is confronted with circumstantial evidence that her husband is trying to kill her.

Season 2, Episode 19: Give Us Our Dream

16 January 1950
A widow named Mrs. Marsan lives in an apartment complex and pries into her neighbors' personal affairs. She is happiest when unsuspecting lovers argue and she can focus her opera glasses on them. Her innocently disingenuous nosiness helps to bring about a marriage between two cripples, a therapeutic romance for a depressed war widow, a happy ending in a sordid triangle affair. Even her death from heart trouble helps a friend, radical and fanatic, somehow learns a lesson in elementary humanity.

Season 2, Episode 20: The Rockingham Tea Set

23 January 1950
A young nurse's romance is blighted by a spirit.

Louise Allbritton ... Celia Arden
Catherine Willard ... Mrs. Arden
Judson Laire ... Dr. Waller
Katherine Emmet ... Mrs. Anna Gregory

Grace Kelly ... Sara Mappin
Richard McMurray ... David Barr
Nell Harrison ... Lizzie
Paul Grenson ... Himself - Announcer

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Matt Crowley ... Westinghouse Dealer in Commercial (uncredited)
Amanda Randolph ... Margaret--Maid (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Father and the Angels

30 January 1950
The story of a minister whose church is sandwiched between a firehouse and a brewery and who desires to build a new house of worship in a better place.

Stanley Ridges
Dorothy Peterson

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 22: The Loud Red Patrick

6 February 1950
A widower bringing up four daughters must deal with their eventual rebellion.

Dick Foran
Peg Hillias
Joy Geffen

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 23: Flowers from a Stranger

13 February 1950
A psychiatrist's wife battles her own deteriorating emotional state when she receives a box of flowers from a stranger.
Felicia Montealegre ... Lorna

Yul Brynner ... Dr. Nestri

Robert Duke ... Dr. Kim Baylor
Bill Arthur
Joe Boland (as Joseph Boland)
Virginia Dwyer

Lois Nettleton ... Marian - Party Guest
Ethel Remey (as Ethel Everett)
Catherine Nesco
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 24: The Wisdom Tooth

20 February 1950
A clerk fantasizes himself as a young freckled faced vital boy unlike his present persona, a pale and pulseless man and has the boy in him stir to life the courage to tell his boss off and ask his girl to marry him.

Jack Lemmon
Barbara Bolton

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 25: The Willow Cabin

27 February 1950
A young British actress falls in love with a married American surgeon and devotes herself to his happiness.
Priscilla Gillette ... Caroline Seward

Charlton Heston ... Col. / Dr. Michael Knowle

Joan Wetmore ... Mercedes Knowle
Jane Seymour ... Dorothy Knowle
Francis Bethencourt ... Jay Brookfield

Faith Brook ... Joan Bridges

Joseph Buloff ... Leopold Rokov

Francis Compton ... Billy Lloyd
Katherine Meskill ... Matron
Isabel Bonner ... Vera - Brookfield's Secretary
Treva Frazee ... Ceilia
Michael Lind ... Mickey

Lois Nettleton ... Mona - British Royal Army Corps.
Alan Merrill ... Dr. Billy Wood
James Surrey ... Soldier
Margaretta Warwick ... Maid

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Marsha Hunt ... Kate Brookfield (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: The Dreams of Jasper Hornby

6 March 1950
A wounded robber hands his loot to Jasper Hornby before dying. The rest of his gang begins a door-to-door search for the money.

Season 2, Episode 27: The Dusty Godmother

13 March 1950
A reporter for a major newspaper and his wife divorce. The court awards custody of their child to the wife.

Macdonald Carey
Laura Weber
Mary Sinclair

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
John Cannon ... Himself - Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Survivors

20 March 1950
Peter Decker returns from the American Civil War with a grudge against his neighbor, an army brigade troop leader. The showdown takes place according to the rules of the Wild West, where guns settled all conflicts but those rules are slowly being replace by civilization, and the rule of law.

Season 2, Episode 29: A Passenger to Bali

27 March 1950
Captain English permits Mr. Walkes to board his ship bound for Bali, only to learn Walkes is unwelcome at virtually every port - forcing English to endure his increasingly unwelcome guest.

Colin Keith-Johnston ... Captain English

Berry Kroeger ... Mr. Walkes

Francis Compton ... Mr. Chisholm
Barry Macollum ... Mr. Wrangle
Harry Cooke ... Mr. Slaughter
E.A. Krumschmidt ... Mynheer Van Matsys
Francisco de Salvation
Khigh Dhiegh

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Richard Morningstar

Season 2, Episode 30: The Scarlet Letter

3 April 1950
In the seventeenth century, in Massachusetts, a young woman is forced to wear a scarlet "A" on her dress for bearing a child out of wedlock.
Mary Sinclair ... Hester Prynne

John Baragrey ... Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale
Richard Purdy ... Roger Chillingworth

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 31: Walk the Dark Streets

10 April 1950
Janice Morel is an aging actress who works in a run-down nightclub. One night she's discovered naked in her hotel room, knifed to death.

Franchot Tone
Sally Gracie
Patricia Ferris

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Jack Jordan ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: Torrents of Spring

17 April 1950
A man falls in lust with another, abandoning his beloved Gemma in favor of a fling. Unhappy and unfulfilled with his decision he seeks out his beloved Gemma once again.

Louise Allbritton ... Gemma

John Baragrey ... Sanin

Anne Bancroft (as Anne Marno)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 33: The Horse's Mouth

24 April 1950
A somewhat vulgar but dedicated painter searches for the perfect realization of his artistic vision, much to the chagrin of others.

Season 2, Episode 34: Miracle in the Rain

1 May 1950
Wartime romance about a lonely man and woman who meet one rainy afternoon in New York.

Jeffrey Lynn ... Art Hugenon
Joy Geffen ... Ruth Wood
Katherine Squire ... Mrs. Wood (as Catherine Squire)
Eleanor Wilson ... Flora Ullman

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 35: A Wreath of Roses

8 May 1950
Camilla feels lonely and insecure that her husband is more interested in painting than spending time with her. Camilla steps into an unlikely affair with Richard Elton, a dangerous liar.

Conrad Nagel ... Richard Elton

Charles Korvin ... Francis

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Margaret Phillips ... Camilla

Season 2, Episode 36: The Ambassadors

15 May 1950
A man sent to Paris to retrieve a woman's son from his corrupt life there is profoundly changed by the city.

Season 2, Episode 37: The Room Upstairs

22 May 1950
A hard-boiled private eye receives a call from a small-town policeman who suspects an auto accident which involves the daughter of a prominent citizen is connected with the finding of the body of a young girl in the river.

Season 2, Episode 38: The Man Who Had Influence

29 May 1950
Business mogul's son David Grant uses his father's power to extricate himself from problems - until implication in a woman's death tests David's willingness to avoid responsibility.

Stanley Ridges ... J.C. Grant

Robert Sterling ... David Grant

King Calder ... Patrolman Jim O'Rourke
Robert Pastene ... Harry Cohalan
Julian Noa ... Judge Dreyden
Frank McNellis ... Paul Scott

Anne Bancroft ... Maria Cassini (as Anne Marno)
Sally Hester ... Jane Scott
Esther Minciotti ... Mrs. Cassini
Harold McGee ... Dr. Hartley
Mary Gildia ... Martha - Maid
Clark Rider ... Capt. Conway
Frank Rolenger ... Officer Mallory
Silvio Minciotti ... Luigi - Cafe Owner
John Draper ... David's Cafe Guest

Eva Marie Saint ... David's Cafe Guest (as Eve Marie Saint)
Paul Rencin ... Announcer

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Robert Emhardt ... Joe Phelps (uncredited)

David Winters ... Tom Boyne (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 39: The Taming of the Shrew

5 June 1950
Brutish, fortune-hunting scoundrel Petruchio tames his wealthy shrewish wife, Katharina.

Charlton Heston ... Petruchio
Lisa Kirk ... Katherina
Sally Chamberlin ... Bianca
Henry Barnard ... Lucentio
Carl Don ... The Tailor

Louis Edmonds ... Grumio

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
James Gannon ... Hortensio
Tom Glazer ... Continuity Singer

Douglas Gordon ... Drunken Sod
Ernest Graves ... Tranio

Don Murray ... Biondello

Arthur O'Connell ... Curtis
Hiram Sherman ... Baptista Minola

Florence Stanley ... The Widow
Justice Watson ... Gremio (as Rudolph J. Watson)

Season 2, Episode 40: Zone Four

12 June 1950
A former OSS officer, Chris Jackson, is now teaching at a small university. Just as he's named head of the history department, an OSS agent asks him to rejoin. His services are needed by the government in "zone four."

Season 2, Episode 41: There Was a Crooked Man

19 June 1950
Otis Block is found dead in the boarding house where he lived. Although one of his fellow boarders is undoubtedly responsible, their collectively eccentric personalities make the solution of the crime a difficult problem.

Robert Sterling ... Jeff Troy

Charles Korvin ... Paul Collins

Virginia Gilmore ... Haila Troy
Richard Purdy ... Prof. Simons

Ann Shoemaker ... Mrs. Girard
Harry Cooke ... Mr. Girard (as Harry M. Cooke)
Marion Scanlon ... Kay Abbot

Robert Emhardt ... Otis Block
James Coots ... Henley

Marc Cavell ... Walter (as Butch Cavell)
Judy Rich
Donald Keyes
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 2, Episode 42: My Granny Van

26 June 1950
Orphaned at a young age, George, one of twelve siblings went to live with his grandmother, a woman with tremendous spirit and natural dignity in the wild west, which inspired George to become a writer of those less fortunate.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Zone Four

28 August 1950
A former OSS officer, Chris Jackson, is now teaching at a small university. Just as he's named head of the history department, an OSS agent asks him to rejoin. His services are needed by the government in "zone four."

Season 3, Episode 2: Look Homeward, Hayseed

4 September 1950
A city-bred radio announcer thinks that he's the best thing that happened to the rural broadcasting station where he is now working until he gets a rude country style awakening.

Season 3, Episode 3: Mist with the Tamara Geba

11 September 1950
A young couple out for a romantic evening find themselves caught up in a mysterious encounter leading to murder.
Sally Chamberlin

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Stanley Ridges

Season 3, Episode 4: Trilby

18 September 1950
The story of a young woman Trilby who is hypnotized by Svengali into becoming a great singer.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Priscilla Gillette ... Trilby

Arnold Moss ... Svengali

Season 3, Episode 5: Away from It All

25 September 1950
A Navy Lieutenant pilot and a Sergeant crash land on an island and stumble upon a lavish estate where a group of wealthy people all thought to have died now live.

Kevin McCarthy ... Lt. Johnny Quayle

Catherine McLeod ... Sgt. Shirley Marsh
Haila Stoddard ... Gloria Selwyn

Faith Brook ... Edith Bastin
Luis Van Rooten ... Stefan Baum

James Nolan ... Dan Delaney (as Jim Nolan)
Ernest Rowan ... Dr. Maltzen
Rick Hollister ... Lt. Grant
Khigh Dhiegh ... Seu (as Kaie Deei)
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Worthington Miner ... Hugo

Season 3, Episode 6: The Passionate Pilgrim

2 October 1950
The story of Sister Elizabeth Wheeler, who accompanied Florence Nightingale to Crimea to help the British wounded. Dismissed for speaking out against the atrocities, she was later honored by Robert E. Lee for her service to the Confederate Army.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Richard Hart
Leueen MacGrath

Season 3, Episode 7: Spectre of Alexander Wolff

9 October 1950
A French newsman returns to Marseilles to relive his killing of a suspected Gestapo agent when he was a member of the French Underground.
Joan Chandler

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Leslie Nielsen

Murvyn Vye

Season 3, Episode 8: Good for Thirty Days

16 October 1950
An innocent gets caught up in a plot involving kidnapping, bribery and skulduggery.
Sally Chamberlin

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Stanley Ridges

Season 3, Episode 9: The Road to Jericho

23 October 1950
A woman has a clandestine meeting with a man, other than her husband and uncovers some murder evidence that will prevent an innocent man from going to prison. The woman's husband is the assistant district attorney who is trying to send the innocent man to prison.

Season 3, Episode 10: Wuthering Heights

30 October 1950
Mistreated foundling Heathcliff and his stepsister Catherine fall in love, but when she marries a wealthy man, he becomes obsessed with getting revenge, even well into the next generation.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Blonde Comes First

6 November 1950
An arrogant conman who sells a fraudulent household cleaner takes a young woman under his wing without realizing she's a reporter.

Lee Bowman
Elisabeth Fraser

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 3, Episode 12: The Last Cruise

13 November 1950
The story is based on the armed forces and dedicated to the crews of the USS Cochino and USS Tusk submarines.

John Alberts

Richard Carlyle ... Doc Eason
Harry Cooke
Alan Dexter (as Alan Dreeban)
Don Dickinson ... Captain Benitez
John Fletcher

Dan Frazer (as Dan Fraser)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Chris Gampel
Jim Goodwin (as Jimmy Goodwin)
Mary Holsten
Roy Johnson
Arthur Keegan (as Art Keegan)

DeForest Kelley ... Bob Philo
Paul Lilly

Walter Matthau ... Jacobs
Gar Moore
Martin Newman

Leslie Nielsen ... Engineer
Vince O'Brien (as Vincent O'Brien)
Walter Starkey
William Tregoe
Arnold Walton
Robert Wark ... Worthington
Peter Warner

Richard Webb ... Dick Wright
Jim Winslow

Season 3, Episode 13: The Floor of Heaven

20 November 1950
The story of young love and family pride.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Glenn Langan

Mabel Taliaferro

Season 3, Episode 14: The Shadow of a Man

27 November 1950
After the death of Persis Bradford, both her son Francis and her second husband Alan are left with the cold empty life which leaves them to deal with their grief in an even colder atmosphere.

Season 3, Episode 15: Letter from Cairo

4 December 1950
Two members of the U. S. Intelligence Service become involved with Czechoslovakian patriots in exile in Austria. Their journey with this underground group takes them from the dungeons of Vienna to the high society world of New York City.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Charlton Heston

Cecil Parker

Season 3, Episode 16: Mary Lou

11 December 1950
A rich old woman is determined to give her eight-year-old granddaughter a happy childhood.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Mildred Natwick
Laura Weber

Season 3, Episode 17: Little Women: Meg's Story

18 December 1950
Louisa May Alcott's autobiographical account of her life with her three sisters in Concord, Massachusetts in the 1860s. With their father fighting in the American Civil War, sisters Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are at home with their mother, a very outspoken women for her time. The story tells of how the sisters grow up, find love and find their place in the world.

Season 3, Episode 18: Little Women: Jo's Story

25 December 1950
Louisa May Alcott's autobiographical account of her life with her three sisters in Concord, Massachusetts in the 1860s. With their father fighting in the American Civil War, sisters Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are at home with their mother, a very outspoken women for her time. The story tells of how the sisters grow up, find love and find their place in the world.

Season 3, Episode 19: Collector's Item

1 January 1951
An antiques dealer makes his own rare items when he cannot find them.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Walter Slezak

Season 3, Episode 20: England Made Me

8 January 1951
Kate persuades her brother Anthony, who has lied to get jobs, borrows things and then leaves in a hurry, to be her boyfriend's bodyguard, a powerful Swedish financier.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Richard Waring

Joan Wetmore

Season 3, Episode 21: Track of the Cat

15 January 1951
While Curt Bridges tracks down the panther that killed his brother Arthur, his family argues and bickers over whether younger brother Harold should marry a much-despised neighbor girl.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Stanley Ridges
Jane Seymour

Season 3, Episode 22: The Trial of John Peter Zenger

22 January 1951
In 1735 a German-born printer in New York named John Peter Zenger was thrown in prison and charged with libel and sedition after publishing a scathing pamphlet criticizing the corruption of the administration of Governor William Cosby. The court was rigged by Gov. Cosby to convict Zenger, but he was ultimately acquitted. The Zenger case would later became the basis for the First Amendment to the Constitution guaranteeing Freedom of the Press.

Eddie Albert ... John Peter Zenger
John W. Austin ... James Alexander

Marian Seldes ... Anna Zeger

Murray Matheson ... James De Lancey

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Judson Laire

Henry Stephenson
Frank Sundström
Frederick Worlock

Season 3, Episode 23: Public Servant

29 January 1951
Pops Thatcher, an elderly resident of a rundown county poor farm, is appointed to the town council. His battle to save the farm exposes the corruption on the council and breaths new life into the local newspaper.
Sally Chamberlin

Hume Cronyn

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 3, Episode 24: The Target

5 February 1951
A strained marriage is brought to the breaking point when the wife's former lover arrives and a target shooting incident ends in tragedy.

Henry Daniell

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Sydney Smith

Beatrice Straight

Season 3, Episode 25: None But My Foe

12 February 1951
A man writes an anonymous letter claiming he is going to poison a town's water supply, setting off a panic.
June Dayton

John Forsythe

Howard Freeman

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 3, Episode 26: The Way Things Are

19 February 1951
When Lucy and Barkley Cooper summon their grown children to announce that the bank has foreclosed the mortgage on their house, they are sure the children will provide a remedy.

Barbara Baxley

Richard Carlyle

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Peg Hillias

Season 3, Episode 27: The Ambassadors

26 February 1951
A man sent to Paris to retrieve a woman's son from his corrupt life there is profoundly changed by the city.

Season 3, Episode 28: One Pair of Hands

5 March 1951
A bored debutante decides to become a cook, because she once took a French cuisine class. What ensues is a comedic "Upstairs, Downstairs" tale between the wealthy upper class and the servants.

Season 3, Episode 29: A Chill on the Wind

12 March 1951
A couple encounter troubles aroused by selfish love and deceit.

Season 3, Episode 30: Hangman's House

19 March 1951
In 1911, two young Irishmen compete for the hand of the daughter of Ireland's Chief Justice.

Jessica Tandy ... Connaught O'Brien

William Harrigan ... Neddy Joe

Kevin McCarthy ... Dermot McDermot

John Baragrey ... John D'Arcy

Frances Fuller ... Anne McDermot

Jonathan Harris ... Lord James O'Brien

Dennis Patrick ... The Citizen (as Dennis Harrison)
Barry Macollum (as Barry MacOllum)
Harrison Dowd
Harry Cooke (as Harry M. Cooke)
Delmar Nuetzman
George McCoy
Vince O'Brien (as Vincent O'Brien)
Sheila Keddy (as Shelia Keddy)
Fay Sappington
Jack Finnegan

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 3, Episode 31: The Case of Karen Smith

26 March 1951
A detective investigates the murder of a millionaire, which was witnessed by a femme fatale.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Felicia Montealegre

Leslie Nielsen

Season 3, Episode 32: Wintertime

2 April 1951
A sea captain returns home to post-war Germany to find it in ruins, his shell-shocked fiancee missing a leg. When a lovely Latvian refugee stows away on his ship, he decides to help her.

Patric Knowles ... Martin Helm

Anne Bancroft ... Lisa Berzins (as Anne Marno)

Dennis Patrick ... Wetterman (as Dennis Harrison)

Leni Stengel ... Marianne
Don Dickinson ... Hein Rode
Kurt Katch ... Oberkriminalsekretar Kurz

Wolfgang Zilzer (as Paul Andor)
James Winslow
John Fletcher
Robert Wark
Charles Welch
Eleanor Sonneman
Bobby Nick

Wesley Lau
Harry Cooke (as Harry M. Cooke)
Vince O'Brien (as Vincent O'Brien)
Clement Fowler (as Clem Fowler)
David Roth
William Hellinger
Earl Rowe
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 3, Episode 33: Shake the Stars Down

9 April 1951
A beautiful housewife turns career girl to help her husband but he doesn't want her help and trouble starts.

Season 3, Episode 34: The Straight and Narrow

16 April 1951
A young barrister forsakes his love to marry success but later discovers his former sweetheart has become a most influential figure, more powerful than his own father-in-law.

Judith Evelyn

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Patric Knowles

Maria Riva

Season 3, Episode 35: The Happy Housewife

23 April 1951
A comedy about the hidden hazards in the separate careers of a husband and wife conflicting with their everyday life.
Martha Blackstone ... Ann Hanton
Evelyn Davis ... Nancy
June Dayton ... Laura Hanton

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Richard Hendrick ... Mark Hanton

Anna Lee ... Anita Derr
Alan Nourse ... Mr. Adams
Gregor Rowland ... Mike Hanton

Ann Shoemaker ... Mrs. Hanton

Robert Webber ... Bill Albert

Season 3, Episode 36: Portrait by Rembrandt

30 April 1951
The struggling years of the great artist Rembrandt's career are dramatized.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Wright King

Berry Kroeger

Maria Riva

Season 3, Episode 37: No Tears for Hilda

7 May 1951
A major in the Armed Forces attempts to clear his pal who is accused of murdering his wife.
Mary Sinclair ... Stephanie Gireaux

John Forsythe ... Maj. Peter Brook

Howard Smith ... Lt. Haines
Don Dickinson ... George Lambert

Tom Poston ... Alec Gordon
Patricia Bruder ... Julie Lambert (as Patsy Bruder)
Katherine Gregg

Joseph Walsh
Donald McClelland
Vickie Vega
Paul Brenson ... Announcer

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 3, Episode 38: The Old Foolishness

14 May 1951
Maeve McHugh is loved by three brothers. They are a farmer, a scholar and a Communist fighter respectively. She finds herself unable to belong exclusively to any of them, but always wedded in part, if not in the flesh, to a mystical spirit.

Dick Foran

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Una O'Connor

Dennis Patrick (as Dennis Harrison)

Season 3, Episode 39: A Chance for Happiness

21 May 1951
A middle-aged British traveling salesman befriends and eventually marries a displace Pole who is hiding from Russians.

Season 3, Episode 40: Here Is My Life

28 May 1951
A young wife becomes infatuated with another man while her husband is overseas and her father tries to save her by bringing her supposedly dead mother out of obscurity.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Judson Laire

Vivienne Segal

Season 3, Episode 41: Shield for Murder

4 June 1951
A detective's investigation into a bookie's death and the missing $25,000 in cash, leads him to a corrupt cop thanks to a witness.

Season 3, Episode 42: Coriolanus

11 June 1951
A banished hero of Rome allies with a sworn enemy to take his revenge on the city.

Season 3, Episode 43: Screwball

18 June 1951
Despite age and limited skills, a garage mechanic pursues his dream of being a major league player.

Dick Foran ... Russ Adams

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Cloris Leachman ... Mrs. Adams

Season 3, Episode 44: Lonely Boy

25 June 1951
A grieving father must try and get his son over his wife's death. He swears that he talks to his mother all the time.

Jerome Cowan

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Wright King
Mary Sinclair

Season 3, Episode 45: The Swan

2 July 1951
A man is employed to tutor the children of an aristocratic family and has an affair with the lady of the house.

Betty Furness ... Herself
Ferenc Molnar

John Newland

Maria Riva

Alfred Ryder
John Cannon ... Himself - Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 46: Nightfall

9 July 1951
The cops, his girlfriend and his gang members are wondering why Vanning won't leave his room, especially since he's sitting on $300,000.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Margaret Hayes
John McQuade

Herbert Rudley

Season 3, Episode 47: The Apple Tree

16 July 1951
On their silver wedding day, Ashurst and his wife are on their way to Torquay for the festival when they stop at the moor where they had first met.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
John Heldabrand ... Frank Ashurst
Lucille Vines ... Stella (as Lucy Vines)
William Whitman ... Robert Garton
John Cannon ... Himself - Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 48: Tremolo

23 July 1951
A jazz musician realizes that he is doing exactly what he wanted to avoid at all costs, making an impact with his music.

Dick Foran

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Haila Stoddard

Season 3, Episode 49: At Mrs. Beam's

30 July 1951
When a mysterious pair from Paris arrive at the boardinghouse, gossip and wild events take place.

Season 3, Episode 50: The Pink Hussar

6 August 1951
A Hollywood producer tries to get $200,000 to finance his new play. Unfortunately, he finds that there are strings attached.
John Cannon ... Himself - Announcer (voice)

Ludwig Donath

Howard Freeman

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Oskar Karlweis ... Himself
Scott McKay

Season 3, Episode 51: The Rabbit

13 August 1951
A meek bank clerk suffers a blow on the head during a robbery and begins to show significant changes in his mode of life and personality.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Richard Purdy ... The Rabbit
Martin Brook ... Steven Dag

Maria Riva ... Jenny Swenson
Bob Harris ... Mr. Heidt (as Robert H. Harris)
Paul Brenson ... Announcer
Tom Corman ... (uncredited)

Carl Frank ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 52: Run from the Sun

20 August 1951
A World War II veteran is framed for his wife's murder.

Mark Daniels

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Gaby Rodgers

Season 3, Episode 53: Summer Had Better Be Good

27 August 1951
A young couple are dealing with life's ups and downs when they move from the city and settle in the country.
Katharine Bard

William Eythe

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 3, Episode 54: Mr. Mummery's Suspicion

3 September 1951
A female cook is known to have been poisoning her patrons, and Mr. Mummery, an elderly man who doesn't quite trust his young wife, begins to suspect that she has jut hired the killer chef. He finds an open can of arsenic in the garden shed and convinces himself that the cook and his wife are in fact tampering with his tea in a plot to kill him. What he doesn't know is that, in actuality, the situation is much more serious than even he suspects it is.

Roland Young ... Harold. Mummery

Faith Brook ... Ethel Mummery

Francis Compton ... Mr. Brookes
Josephine Brown ... Mrs. Sutton - the Cook
Bertha Belmore ... Mrs. Welbeck

Rex O'Malley ... Mr. Dimthorp - the Pharmacist
Peter Pagan ... Tommy Welbeck
Marc Manson ... Policeman (as Mark Manson)
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 3, Episode 55: The Guinea Pigs

10 September 1951
A group of tough convicts volunteer for a cancer experiment to avoid their harsh sentences.
Ruth Ford ... Julia

Richard Kiley ... Joe

Harold J. Stone ... Willie (as Harold Stone)

Robert H. Harris ... Seven
Harry Davis ... Gino
John Marriott ... Preacher
Millicent Brower ... Nurse
Cliff Hall ... Politician
Emory Richardson ... Preacher's Father
Claire Crawford ... Gino's Wife
David Downing ... Preacher's Son
Maurice Wells ... Warden
Tom Gorman ... Guard
Jack O'Brian ... Reporter

Bea Arthur
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Angelic Avengers

17 September 1951
Two sisters move to a remote village in France to work for a retired English clergyman and his wife. They soon discover that there is an evil that pervades the home and attempt to overcome the evil that faces them.

Season 4, Episode 2: The Little Black Bag

24 September 1951
The story deals with the heroic efforts of nearly 40 years ago of Charles Seymour Whitman, New York County district attorney, to suppress attempts by gambling elements to gain control of city government. Whitman's prosecution of Police Lt. Becker after the officer was found to be implicated in the 1913 assassination of gambling boss Herman Rosenthal.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Eli Mintz
Howard St. John

Harry Townes

Season 4, Episode 3: The Idol of San Vittore

1 October 1951
The story of General Andreas della Rovere who was imprisoned by the Nazis and inspired fellow prisoners, despite the fact that he never existed.

Eduardo Ciannelli

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Maria Riva

Season 4, Episode 4: Mighty Like a Rogue

8 October 1951
A western comedy about the dingy wife of an outlaw who takes the rap for him and goes to prison, coming home with some new ideas.
Leslie Barrett ... Keagle

Tom Ewell
Don Fellows ... Turney

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Joshua Shelley

Nita Talbot

Season 4, Episode 5: Colonel Judas

15 October 1951
A Czech ballerina, whose family is still trapped behind the Iron Curtain, is blackmailed into trapping a British spy for the Russians, but the spy is really a double agent.

Anthony Dawson

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 4, Episode 6: Macbeth

22 October 1951
Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders his king and takes the throne for himself.

Season 4, Episode 7: They Serve the Muses

29 October 1951
A woman is torn between her love for the life of a professional tennis player and that of being a wife, a young lady finds herself on the horns of a domestic dilemma.

Jason Evers (as Herbert Evers)

Frances Fuller

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Priscilla Gillette
Noel Leslie

Season 4, Episode 8: The Hero

5 November 1951
A woman is torn between her love for the life of a professional tennis player and that of being a wife, a young lady finds herself on the horns of a domestic dilemma.
Patricia Collinge

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Paul Hartman

Season 4, Episode 9: A Bolt of Lightning

12 November 1951
The story of James Otis, a Boston attorney and American patriot who contested the right of British troops to search colonists' homes during the American Revolutionary War.

Charlton Heston ... James Otis
Romney Brent ... Governor Bernard
Rita Vale ... Ruth Otis (as Rita Grapel)

Celia Johnson ... Mary Otis (as Elizabeth Johnson)

Anne Seymour ... Mercy Warren

Harry Townes ... Sam Adams

Frank Overton ... John Emroy
Justice Watson ... Peter (as Rudulph Justice Watson)
Harry Cooke ... William Wooley (as Harry M. Cooke)
George Ives ... Mr. Robinson
Roy Johnson ... Mr. Williams
Rita Morley ... Emma Emroy
Marvyn Dorkin ... Doctor

Lloyd Bochner ... Prescott
Shirley Ballard ... Elizabeth Otis

Jon Lormer ... Mr. Huntington
Robert Haines ... Judge

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 4, Episode 10: The King in Yellow

19 November 1951
A seedy glimpse at Los Angeles, complete with crooked cops, double-crossing dames, and greedy opportunists.

Carol Bruce

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Jack Palance (as Walter Palance)

Season 4, Episode 11: The Dangerous Years

26 November 1951
The contrast of 1950s parents raised in the Roaring Twenties with their children of the Atomic Age comes with new challenges.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Wright King

Maria Riva

Harry Townes

Season 4, Episode 12: Mutiny on the Nicolette

3 December 1951
A man discovers that the good ship Nicolette is carrying weapons as cargo, and in order to prevent a war, he stages a mutiny with the crew against the Captain.

Boris Karloff ... Skaggs
Anthony Ross ... Captain Miller

Ralph Nelson ... Lt. Clark - First Mate
Dan Morgan ... Gill - Navigator

James Westerfield ... Bilgeboy / Jimmy Scaggs
Victor Thorley ... Karl
Victor Rendina ... Carlos
Jim Goodwin ... Kid (as James Goodwin)
Tommy Nello ... Needles - Drug Addict

Frank Silvera ... Sailor
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 4, Episode 13: The Legend of Jenny Lind

10 December 1951
P.T. Barnum hires the Swedish nightingale Jenny Lind to perform her music as part of "The Greatest Show on Earth".

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Priscilla Gillette

Eli Mintz

Thomas Mitchell

Season 4, Episode 14: The Innocence of Pastor Muller

17 December 1951
The friend of a pleasant minister has invented a camera that takes a strange kind of photo, and with it, he plans to put Germany in a position to rule the world.

John Baragrey

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Maria Riva

Walter Slezak

Season 4, Episode 15: Sara Crewe

24 December 1951
When Sara's father goes off to fight in the First World War, she is sent to Miss Minchin's Select Seminary for Young Ladies, an expensive and elite school. However, when her father is feared dead, she is relegated to menial duties.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Iris Mann

Henry Stephenson

Season 4, Episode 16: The Paris Feeling

31 December 1951
In post-World War II Paris, a GI meets a girl in a hotel elevator and falls in love.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Ann Gillis
Wright King

Guy Williams

Season 4, Episode 17: The Devil in Velvet

7 January 1952
A professor goes back in time to the 17th Century to save a woman from poisoning.

Whit Bissell ... Prof. Geoffrey Crawford
Paul Branson ... Announcer
Alan Devitt ... Nicholas Fenton

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Phyllis Kirk ... Mary Grenville
Robert Dale Martin ... Captain of King's Guard

Addison Powell ... Jiles - Valet

Anne Seymour ... Judith Pamphlum
Larry Weber ... Lord George Harwell

Joan Wetmore ... Lydia Fenton

Season 4, Episode 18: Waterfront Boss

14 January 1952
The story of the infamous John M. Dunn's rise and fall as a notorious gangster on New York's Waterfront from 1934 to 1949.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Ron Hargrave

Kent Smith

Season 4, Episode 19: The Other Father

21 January 1952
Andrew Dynes, suffers from nearly every frustration a male can be expected to harbor. Bullied at his underpaid job, no longer in love with his wife but lacking strength to tell her, Dynes finds solace with a woman 20 years younger.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Peg Hillias
Judson Laire

Season 4, Episode 20: Burden of Guilt

28 January 1952
The turf wars of crooked politicians and rival gangs of mobsters.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Kirby Grant (as Robert Stanton)

Ralph Nelson
Anthony Ross

Season 4, Episode 21: A Candle for St. Jude

4 February 1952
The story of young, talented ballet dancers.
Lili Darvas

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Betty Low

Marc Platt

Season 4, Episode 22: Pagoda

11 February 1952
The owner of a charter airline must cope with disease and betrayal in war-torn Burma.

John Forsythe

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Sono Osato

Season 4, Episode 23: Success Story

18 February 1952
Novelist Horatio Alger's life is full of accomplishments and huge disappointments as he reassesses his 'Rags to Riches' life.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Harry Townes

Season 4, Episode 24: Letter from an Unknown Woman

25 February 1952
A pianist about to flee from a duel receives a letter from a woman he cannot remember, who may hold the key to his downfall.

Viveca Lindfors ... Lisa

Melvyn Douglas ... Stefan
Frederic Tozere ... Lisa's husband

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 4, Episode 25: Ten Thousand Horses Singing

3 March 1952
James Dean and John Forsythe star in this story of a wealthy orphan who meets a shy airline owner aboard a plane and later discovers that a corpse has been stowed there.
Casey Allen ... Henry Bascomb

John Forsythe ... Marv Payne

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
George Ives ... Dick Herbert
Roy Johnson ... Neil
Joe Maross ... Bullets Riodan

Catherine McLeod ... D. D. Dillward
Rita Morley ... Mrs, Racknell

James Nolan ... Inspector (as Jim Nolan)
Vince O'Brien ... Jack Sumuels (as Vincent O'Brien)

Grady Sutton ... Mr. Caslon

Vaughn Taylor ... Mr. Racknell
Justice Watson ... Hotel Clerk (as Rudolph Justice Watson)

James Dean ... Hotel Bellboy (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 26: The Wings of the Dove

10 March 1952
An impoverished woman who has been forced to choose between a privileged life with her wealthy aunt and her journalist lover, befriends an American heiress. When she discovers the heiress is attracted to her own lover and is dying, she sees a chance to have both the privileged life she cannot give up and the lover she cannot live without.

Season 4, Episode 27: The Vintage Years

17 March 1952
A baker retires at the insistence of his two successful sons.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Una O'Connor

Walter Slezak

Season 4, Episode 28: Mrs. Hargreaves

24 March 1952
Miss Constance Hargreaves is an imaginary woman, invented and documented by two young men during a holiday in Ireland.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Tony Randall

Mary Wickes

Season 4, Episode 29: The Story of Meg Mallory

31 March 1952
The mayor's daughter is kidnapped but soon falls in love with one of her captors. When it is revealed that the Mayor is on the take, Meg is devastated to learn the truth about her father.

Thomas Mitchell ... William Mallory
Wendy Drew ... Meg Mallory

Skip Homeier ... Carl Green
Logan Field ... Robert Downs

Charles Cooper ... Dan Green
Don Hollenbeck ... Narrator (voice)
Charles Jordan ... Walt Conroy
John Boruff ... Sid Proctor

Sydney Smith ... Graham Prentiss
Morton Stevens ... Roy Danvers (as Morton L. Stevens)
Victor Rendina ... Droppo
Ron Johnson ... Jailor

Betty Furness ... Herself / Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 4, Episode 30: Pontius Pilate

7 April 1952
The story, set 15 years after the Crucifixion, of the Roman governor Pontius Pilate, who is depicted as a victim of circumstances.

Season 4, Episode 31: Hold Back the Night

14 April 1952
GIs retreating during a cold Korean night hate their captain.

Philip Abbott ... Ackerman
Leonard Barry ... Beany Smith
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Joseph Campanella ... DOG Company Soldier (as Joe Campanella)
Jim Davidson ... Army Captain
Nancy Devlin ... Frances Ackerman

John Forsythe ... Capt. Sam MacKenzie

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Jerry Hackady ... Corpsman
Lee Madden ... DOG Company Soldier
Joe Maross ... Sgt. Eckland

Lee Philips ... Tinker
Raymond Rizzo ... Sellers (as Ray Rizzo)
Fred J. Scollay ... DOG Company Soldier
Ann Sorg ... Anne MacKenzie
Victor Thorley ... Heinzerling

Season 4, Episode 32: Lilly, the Queen of the Movies

21 April 1952
Lily's electrician boyfriend sees red when Lily is pursued by a wealthy suitor.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Glynis Johns

Richard Ney

Season 4, Episode 33: The Deep Dark

28 April 1952
A terrible disaster at a coal mine devastates the community.
Lili Darvas

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Skip Homeier
Victor Thorley

Season 4, Episode 34: Treasure Island

5 May 1952
The search is on for the pirate Flint's buried treasure on the treacherous ship of Long John Silver.

Season 4, Episode 35: They Came to Baghdad

12 May 1952
In the Middle East, Victoria Jones, a girl with a yearning for adventure, gets more than she bargains for when a wounded agent dies in her hotel room during an important conference, which an underground organization is planning to sabotage.

Bea Arthur

Leon Askin ... Marcus
Stuart Burge ... Bootblack
June Dayton ... Victoria Jones
Jacqueline deWit ... Mrs. Clipp
Elaine Ellis ... Anna Scheele

Bramwell Fletcher

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Basil Howes ... Fitzsimmons

Richard Kiley
Robert Dale Martin ... Carmichael

James Noble ... Edward Goring
Forrest Wood ... Policeman

Season 4, Episode 36: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

19 May 1952
A modern New England man travels back to the days of King Arthur and battles Merlin the Magician.

Season 4, Episode 37: Abraham Lincoln

26 May 1952
The story of court-martialed Union soldier William Scott, who is slated for execution for sleeping on duty after he was sent for by Abraham Lincoln.

Judith Evelyn ... Mary Lincoln
Robert Pastene ... Abraham Lincoln

Harry Townes ... Hook
Betty Low ... Mrs. Stowe
Noel Leslie ... Jennings

Frank Overton ... Samuel Stone

Jean Adair ... Susan Deddington
Charles Eggleston ... William Steward
Robert McQueeney ... James Macintosh
Katharine Raht ... Mrs. Otherly (as Katherine Raht)
Harold McGee ... Tim Cuffney
John Buckner ... Clerk

James Dean ... William Scott
Anthony Grey ... Elias Price (as Antony Grey)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 4, Episode 38: Captain-General of the Armies

2 June 1952
A maladjusted child is threatened by an invasion of his hometown by a racketeer.

Richard Carlson ... Father

Lydia Clarke ... Mother

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Victor Jory ... Gangster

Season 4, Episode 39: Lovers and Friends

9 June 1952
A man jeopardizes his marriage by wanting to marry another woman. When he changes his mind, it's too late because now his wife wants to marry another man.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Murray Matheson

Jane Wyatt

Season 4, Episode 40: International Incident

16 June 1952
An air liner flying over a middle eastern desert is forced to land in a remote spot and the passengers locked up. All are Americans or Britons. A man from the U.S. Embassay is interrogated and threatened unless he convinces another prisoner, an oil company executive, to collaborate with a new (unsaid but implied Soviet) regime.

Lloyd Bridges ... Henry Smith

Scott Forbes ... Doug 'Dodo' Holliday

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Victor Jory ... Interrogator

Hildy Parks ... Dorothy Polkington

Reinhold Schünzel ... Nansk the Russian
Howard St. John ... Oil Executive Fordyke
Patricia Wheel ... Lizzy Smith

Season 4, Episode 41: There Was a Crooked Man

23 June 1952
When Mr. Otis is found murdered, everyone in the boarding house becomes a suspect.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Judy Parrish (as Judith Parrish)
Robert Pastene

Robert Webber

Season 4, Episode 42: The Blonde Comes First

30 June 1952
An arrogant conman who sells a fraudulent household cleaner takes a young woman under his wing without realizing she's a reporter.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Lee Grant

Tom Helmore

Season 4, Episode 43: The Rockingham Tea Set

14 July 1952
To keep her former fiancé from leaving her, a beautiful but neurotic young woman fakes a riding accident, and feigns paralysis of her lower body. When her nurse discovers her treachery, she resorts to a final desperate act of revenge.

Scott Forbes

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 4, Episode 44: The Last Thing I Do

28 July 1952
An irascible curator of a rare book collection plans the destruction of a rival professor whose research had discredited some of his most cherished theories 20 years before.

Season 4, Episode 45: Jane Eyre

4 August 1952
After a harsh childhood, orphan Jane Eyre is hired by Edward Rochester, the brooding lord of a mysterious manor house to care for his young daughter.

Season 4, Episode 46: The Man They Acquitted

11 August 1952
After a doctor is acquitted of poisoning his evil, invalid wife, he runs into complications in his attempt at a new life in Ireland.
Robert Coote

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Patricia Wheel

Season 4, Episode 47: One in a Million

18 August 1952
A bizarre plot falls apart at the seams because of a trip through a subway. Seems that the plotters are riding on the 1,000,000th car to drive through the tunnel and thus their plot is uncovered as officials seek to honor them.

Season 4, Episode 48: The Good Companions

25 August 1952
A touring concert party named 'The Dinky Doos' are stranded in Rawsley because their manager has absconded with the funds and the lady pianist.

Edith Fellows ... Miss Trant

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Hamish Menzies ... Jess Oakroyd
John Cannon ... Himself - Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 49: Stan, the Killer

1 September 1952
The police close in on a notorious assassin.
Romney Brent

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Eli Wallach

Season 4, Episode 50: The Happy Housewife

8 September 1952
The story of the problems incurred by a couple when two careers become important instead of just one.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 4, Episode 51: The Shadowy Third

15 September 1952
The tale of a nurse who is hired by a surgeon to care for his mentally unbalanced wife and dead child.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Carmen Mathews

Geraldine Page
Robert Pastene

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Kill

22 September 1952
A woman is wrongly accused of murder. Her husband is being blackmailed by an ex-girlfriend who is still in love with him and has the motive to set-up his wife.

Dick Foran ... Jeff Clark

Nina Foch ... Carrie Brown Huddleston

Grace Kelly ... Freda Clark

Paul Langton ... Marsh Huddleston

Harry Townes ... Dave Walters

Don Hanmer ... Al Huddleston

Carl Frank ... Link
George Mitchell ... Abner
Joe Maross ... Nebro
Alan Devitt ... Cap Manny

Frank Marth ... Bubber 'Bub' Huddleston
James Coots ... Sheriff
Arthur Junaluska ... Billy Miles (as Arthur Junaleska)

Lynn Loring ... Carol Clark

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Sigrid Olsen ... Little Girl in Everlast Ballpoint Pen Commercial (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The Square Peg

29 September 1952
A gangster hires a psychologist to evaluate the aptitude of his crew.

Thomas Mitchell ... Jack Guzzow

Orson Bean ... Harvey B. Hines

Hildy Parks ... Mabel Prentice

Howard Smith ... Inch Ravel

Jan Leighton ... Jollyboy Dufour
Sally Gracie ... Millie Bohak
Sanford Seeger ... Tumblers
Rock Rogers ... Mr. Prestopnick
Donald Keyes ... Mr. MacIntosh
Carl Bensen ... Policeman
James Rafferty ... Desk Clerk
Dennis Cross ... Bellboy
William Remick ... Doorman

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 5, Episode 3: The Doctor's Wife

6 October 1952
A doctor's wife suffers after he marries her as he's not yet over his previous love.

John Dall

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

June Lockhart

Season 5, Episode 4: Little Man, Big World

13 October 1952
A group of gangsters from a mid-sized city are getting squeezed out by their big city counterparts.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Jack Palance

Shepperd Strudwick

Season 5, Episode 5: The Great Conspiracy

20 October 1952
The dictator of an unnamed European country is unaware that his advisers are plotting to assassinate him.

Scott Forbes

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Priscilla Gillette

Season 5, Episode 6: The Love Letter

27 October 1952
Professor White teaches at a provincial university who has lost his enjoyment of teaching. His hatred of youth and all it embellishes has destroyed his faith.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Dennis King

Richard Waring

Season 5, Episode 7: The Incredible Mr. Glencannon

10 November 1952
An adventurous sea captain, Mr. Glencannon, is a master at uncovering evil deeds.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
John McQuade

Rhys Williams

Season 5, Episode 8: Plan for Escape

17 November 1952
A crooked club owner's wife witnesses his murder, and has to flee from gangsters.

Peggy Ann Garner ... Honey Weber / Frances Weston

Frank Overton ... Alan Wall

Jean Carson ... Mary Warren

Robert Webber ... Skeets - Henchman / Bodyguard
Victor Thorley ... Timashin - Nightclub Owner

Anne Seymour ... Mrs. Bailey

Bruce Gordon ... Dave Weber
Joseph Sweeney ... Dr. Wall
Charles McClelland ... Brakeman
Peter Gumeny ... Sheriff (as Peter Gumeney)
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 5, Episode 9: The Formula

24 November 1952
An American spy and his wife, with the help of the widow of a Swiss scientist, compete with enemy agents to find the scientist's hidden formula for a psycho-active gas that erases the will to resist.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Gene Lyons
Patricia Wheel

Season 5, Episode 10: I Am Jonathan Scrivener

1 December 1952
The story of Jonathan Scrivener is told through his conversations with his secretary and his colleagues.

Season 5, Episode 11: The Hospital

8 December 1952
A hospital kitchen employee gets drunk and shuts off the main power, throwing the hospital into darkness and total chaos and disarray.
Helen Auerbach ... Helen Russell

Conrad Bain ... Dr. Caldwell
Paul Branson ... Announcer

John Connell ... The Soldier
Hewley d'Abreu ... Dr. Sutton (as Hewley D'Abreu)
Rosina Fernhoff ... Miss Cresswell

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Miriam Goldina ... Lola Romera
Irene Hubbard ... Charmaine Scully

Victor Jory ... Dr. Kane
P.J. Kelly ... Joe Shavaun

Nancy Marchand ... Miss Marmon

George Mathews ... Jarnecke
Nan McFarland ... Nurse Kapke

Biff McGuire ... Riley

Leslie Nielsen ... Dr. Clayborn

David Opatoshu ... Morris

Season 5, Episode 12: The Great Lady

15 December 1952
A man travels to France on business and meets a beautiful but married woman whom he falls in love with. They plan to marry once she divorces, but her soon-to-be ex-husband attempts suicide, feeling there is no hope for them she stays with her husband.

Season 5, Episode 13: The Play of the Nativity of the Child Jesus

22 December 1952
The birth of Jesus and the serene Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem.
Robert Shaw Chorale ... Themselves (voices) (as The Robert Shaw Chorale)

Betty Furness ... Herself (Commercial Spokeswoman)

Lloyd Bochner ... Magi Who Delivers Myrrh (uncredited)
John Cannon ... Himself - Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Thomas Chalmers ... King Herod (uncredited)

Hurd Hatfield ... Narrator (uncredited)
Paul Tripp ... Joseph (uncredited)
Miriam Wolfe ... The Virgin Mary (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Young Man Adam

29 December 1952
A young singer is striving for success in her career. She also pushes for success in her boyfriend's.

Season 5, Episode 15: Black Rain

5 January 1953
A happy but impoverished family has to decide on continuing their present happiness or having a secure financial future when their rich yet troublesome aunt comes to live with them.

Fay Bainter

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Susan Hallaran

Harry Townes

Season 5, Episode 16: The Trial of John Peter Zenger

12 January 1953
The story of John Peter Zenger who fought British rule in the American colonies and printed materials against King George III. This case is important to American historians and champions of the First Amendment because it represented a strong repudiation of British libel law and also marked an important fissure in the relationship between the American colonies and the mother country.

Eddie Albert ... John Peter Zenger

Marian Seldes ... Anna Zenger
Frederick Worlock ... Andrew Hamilton (as Frederic Worlock)

Murray Matheson ... James De Lancey
Douglas Wood ... Rip van Dam

Jacques Aubuchon ... Governor Cosby

Carl Frank ... Bradley
John W. Austin ... James Alexander
Leslie Barrie ... William Smith
Ian Martin ... Symes
Barry Ross ... Samuel
Frank H. Wilson ... Noah (as Frank Wilson)
Henry Barnard ... Chambers
Justice Watson ... Clerk (as Rudulph Justice Watson)
Emory Richardson ... Peter
Dennis Cross ... Guard
Harry Cooke ... Jailer (as Harry M. Cooke)
Paul Branson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Martin Newman ... Folk Ballad Singer (voice)

Season 5, Episode 17: Signal Thirty-Two

19 January 1953
The story of two rookie cops, one keeping to the straight and narrow and the other turning crooked.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Roy Roberts

Season 5, Episode 18: To a Moment of Triumph

26 January 1953
A young man on parole after seven years in Sing Sing tries to start his life with a clean slate. While his mother and his girlfriend are glad to see him, his brother is less than warm.

James Daly ... A cartoonist

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Cecil Parker ... A newspaper publisher

Maria Riva ... Cecil

Season 5, Episode 19: Mark of Cain

2 February 1953

Season 5, Episode 20: The River Garden

9 February 1953
In China in 1944, a missionary teacher called "Teacher Jane," is recovering from an injury during a bombing in Chun King.
Patricia Collinge

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Richard Webb

Season 5, Episode 21: The Walsh Girls

16 February 1953
Two New England sisters reunite after the German husband of one of them dies in a concentration camp.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Mary Orr

Jane Wyatt

Season 5, Episode 22: The Show Piece

23 February 1953
An egotistical boy's father tries to teach his son the blessings of life and good community spirit.

James Dunn

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 5, Episode 23: My Beloved Husband

2 March 1953
An aging, lonely widow buys a young man's love. When she is found dead, questions are asked. Is it an accident, suicide or murder?

Season 5, Episode 24: The Garretson Chronicle

9 March 1953
The story of three generations of a Massachusetts family through conflicts, desires and triumphs and failures.

Season 5, Episode 25: A Breath of Air

16 March 1953
After being thrown off course and landing on the island of Terraqueous, a man falls in love with the island's magical qualities as well as the people that inhabit the place.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Margaret O'Brien

Everett Sloane

Season 5, Episode 26: The Edge of Evil

23 March 1953
A woman sets out to fathom the mystery of her sister's "suicide" and nearly loses her own life to a killer.

James Daly

Sally Forrest

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 5, Episode 27: At Midnight on the Thirty-first of March

30 March 1953
A small town is cut off from the rest of the world to lead their own solitary existence.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

June Lockhart
Anthony Ross
Paul Tripp

Season 5, Episode 28: Shadow of the Devil

6 April 1953
Julia Winston is left penniless and in debt in Rome when her young artist husband is killed in an accident. Desperate, she allows herself to be influenced by an evil woman.

James Dunn

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Mercedes McCambridge

Lin McCarthy

Season 5, Episode 29: The Magic Lantern

13 April 1953
A theatrical family heads out to Hollywood as the motion picture industry begins.

Season 5, Episode 30: The Fathers

20 April 1953
An innocent family is brought near tragedy through the sin of a kinsman.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Nancy Kelly

Shepperd Strudwick

Season 5, Episode 31: Along Came a Spider

27 April 1953
A petroleum engineer is sought by the police to testify in a law case.

James Daly

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Felicia Montealegre

Season 5, Episode 32: Birthright

4 May 1953
A young man is stunned to learn of his connection with a sensational murder case as he prepares to accept his inheritance.

Season 5, Episode 33: King Coffin

11 May 1953
A psychopathic writer bent on killing a stranger but winding up using a gun on himself.
Ruth Ford

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Zachary Scott

Season 5, Episode 34: The Laugh Maker

18 May 1953
A magazine writer is sent to Los Angeles to do a feature story on a comedian who is an overnight sensation. He soon discovers that the man who provides such happiness to his viewers is really a braggart, a louse and a heel.

Jackie Gleason ... Jerry Giles

Art Carney ... Bill Berkson
Rita Morley ... Peggy Trent

Marian Seldes ... Belle Giles
Sally Gracie ... Flo Stevens

Carl Frank ... Tom Warner
Marie Stacy ... Hatcheck Girl
Justice Watson ... Headwaiter (as Rudulph Watson)
Victor Rendina ... Harry Gold
Joseph Roman ... Floor Manager
Bill Clifton ... Montgomery - the Piano Player
Charles Reynolds ... Director
Jerry Hackady ... Electrician
Robert Claborne ... Writer
Tom Gorman ... 1st Man
Joe Graham ... 2nd Man

Mischa Auer ... Cosmo
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 5, Episode 35: Fly with the Hawk

24 May 1953
A young woman's car breaks down in front of an abandoned garage which is used as headquarters for a band of crooks. Her sudden appearance on the scene causes some unforeseen complications in the gang's plans and she unwittingly becomes an accomplice to a planned robbery.

James Daly

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Mercedes McCambridge

Season 5, Episode 36: Rendezvous

1 June 1953
A retired conductor of an American symphony orchestra arrives in France with his young composer protégé and meets a woman whom he had known many years before.

Season 5, Episode 37: Conflict

8 June 1953
A prisoner of war returns home after being declared dead and finds that his money and property have been left by his father to his childhood sweetheart, who refuses to return it.

Season 5, Episode 38: The Paris Feeling

22 June 1953
In post-World War II Paris, a GI meets a girl in a hotel elevator and falls in love.

Season 5, Episode 39: Greed

29 June 1953
An avaricious youth's inheritance from his grandfather lies behind a vault rigged up either to blow up when opened or not.

Diana Douglas

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Hurd Hatfield
Donald McKee

Season 5, Episode 40: Beyond Reason

6 July 1953
A young wife is confronted with circumstantial evidence that her husband is trying to kill her.

Season 5, Episode 41: End of the Honeymoon

13 July 1953
An English girl is devastated by the disappearance of her husband on their Paris honeymoon trip.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

John Kerr

Eva Marie Saint
David J. Stewart (as David Stewart)
Zolya Talma

Ruth Warrick

Season 5, Episode 42: The Shadow of a Man

20 July 1953
After the death of his mother, a young man begins his journey to maturity. His grief opens his eyes not only to himself but to his stepfather whom he's always disliked.

Season 5, Episode 43: The King in Yellow

27 July 1953
A house detective for a fancy hotel has the misfortune to find a murdered famous jazz trumpeter, King Leopardi, in his bed wearing his trademark yellow silk pyjamas.

Constance Ford

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Kevin McCarthy
Charles Nolte

Season 5, Episode 44: The Roman Kid

3 August 1953
Tommy Thompson, a streetwise New York sportswriter, falls in love with beautiful, demure Carla, a receptionist and tour guide at a museum in Rome. Carla's father, the museum's curator, and her fiance, his associate, both oppose Tommy's attentions to Carla. Although the odds are against him, Tommy wins the girl by saving Carla's father from disgrace and ruin.

Season 5, Episode 45: Flowers from a Stranger

10 August 1953
A psychiatrist's wife battles her own deteriorating emotional state when she receives a box of flowers from a stranger.

Season 5, Episode 46: Sentence of Death

17 August 1953
A woman witnesses a murder during a store robbery but claims the accused man is not the killer. After he is convicted and weeks away from his execution date, she sees the real killer, but the police are reluctant to reopen the case.

Gene Lyons ... Sgt. Paul Cochran

Betsy Palmer ... Ellen Morrison

Ralph Dunn ... Sgt. MacReynolds

James Dean ... Joe Palica

Virginia Vincent ... Mrs. Sawyer
Tony Bickley ... Tommy Elliott
Fred J. Scollay ... Harry Sawyer (as Fred Scollay)
Henry Sharp ... Mr. Eugene Krantz (as Henry Sharpe)
Eda Heinemann ... Sylvia Krantz (as Eda Heineman)
Charles Mendick ... Lugash - District Attorney
Frank Biro ... The Man (as Barnet Biro)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
June Graham ... Herself - Substitute Commercial Spokeswoman
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 47: The Gathering Night

24 August 1953
The story of a lonely child, Dick Heldar, who grows up to become a war artist. Following the British Army into battle, he experiences many difficulties and internal struggles while providing some outstanding descriptions of the desert and desert warfare.

Season 5, Episode 48: Letter from Cairo

31 August 1953
The mysterious disappearance of intelligence officer Steve Spence, after writing a letter to his wife in New York asking for a divorce comes under suspicion from his wife. She doesn't believe that he wrote the letter and a search for the agent is started.
Herbert Berghof
Lilyan Chauvin

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Peter Hobbs

Season 5, Episode 49: Look Homeward, Hayseed

4 September 1953
A city-bred radio announcer begins to believe his own publicity when he finds himself a success as a crack-of-dawn rural broadcaster. He gets a rude awakening, but not from a mere rooster.

Season 5, Episode 50: The Storm

14 September 1953
During a stormy night, a woman alone in a country house discovers a dead body in her basement and is terrorized by an intruder.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: 1984

21 September 1953
George Orwell's novel of a totalitarian future society in which a man whose daily work is rewriting history tries to rebel by falling in love.

Eddie Albert ... Winston Smith

Lorne Greene ... O'Brien

Norma Crane ... Julia
Noel Leslie ... Charrington
Truman Smith ... Parsons

Robert Culp ... Male Telescreen Voice (as Robert M. Culp)
Midge Donaldson ... Female Telescreen Voice
Victor Thorley ... Cassandra
Peter Ostroff ... Syme (as Peter A. Ostroff)
Janice Mars ... Singer
Susan Hallaran ... Selina
Fred J. Scollay ... Man in Cell (as Fred Scollay)
Vincent Van Lynn ... Prison Officer (as Vincent Vanlynn)
Don Hollenbeck ... Narrator
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 6, Episode 2: Hound-Dog Man

28 September 1953
Twelve-year-old Cotton Kinney wants a dog for Christmas and gives hints when he buys his dad a dog collar for Christmas and his mom a bowl just the right size for dog food.

Jackie Cooper ... Blackie Scantling
Griff Evans ... Dave Wilson

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

E.G. Marshall ... Aaron Kinney

Betsy Palmer ... Dony Waller
Charles Taylor ... Cotton Kinney

Nydia Westman ... Cora Kinney

Season 6, Episode 3: Silent the Song

5 October 1953
Opera diva Marcia Vernon loses her voice. Though Mark, her irresponsible husband, and Carol, her secretary, are both devoted to her, they otherwise oppose each other. Marica's surgery and the aftermath bring surprising revelations to all three.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Michèle Morgan

Season 6, Episode 4: Music and Mrs. Pratt

12 October 1953
A wealthy 70-year-old woman believes money can do everything, especially if one has as much as 70 million, the estimated fortune of Jenny Pratt. Piano tuner Jack O'Hara comes to Mrs. Pratt's home to tune her piano and finds himself living in her mansion, seven hours of daily piano practice for a year.

Philip Abbott

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Elsa Lanchester

Season 6, Episode 5: Letter of Love

19 October 1953
Captain Miles reads the pathetic appeals of his buddy to his young wife back home that she write to him. Miles finds himself hating the unknown woman, until he has the opportunity to meet her and discover the trouble.

Steve Cochran

Sally Forrest

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 6, Episode 6: Another Caesar

26 October 1953
A weak man masquerades as a hero in a Latin American republic.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Robert Keith
Frances Miller

Arnold Moss

Season 6, Episode 7: Crime at Blossom's

2 November 1953
A double murder has taken place at the cottage of the Merrymans. When they arrive at their cottage, they are bombarded by inquisitive neighbors about what transpired to their former tenants.
Patricia Collinge

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Wesley Lau

Season 6, Episode 8: Camille

9 November 1953
A Parisian courtesan must choose between the young man who loves her and the callous baron who wants her, even as her own health begins to fail.

Season 6, Episode 9: A Bargain with God

16 November 1953
A priest working the Mission Church on Bowdoin Street in Boston is threatened with condemnation. The church is in such disrepair and with no funds to rebuild, the situation is hopeless. The Mission affects the lives of everyone in the neighborhood, even garage mechanic Johnny and his wife Jebby as well as the wealthy Lydia Brunall all come to see Father Ferris.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Hiram Sherman

Estelle Winwood

Season 6, Episode 10: Buffalo Bill Is Dead

23 November 1953
An old cowboy makes his living riding in a Wild West show and reminisces on the days when he fought side-by-side with Buffalo Bill Cody.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Anthony Ross

Season 6, Episode 11: Confessions of a Nervous Man

30 November 1953
On opening night, a playwright sits in a bar interacting with well-wishers and remembering the problems of getting a play ready for Broadway while anxiously awaiting the verdicts of the eight newspaper reviewers.

George Axelrod ... Himself - Host

Art Carney ... The Author
Jerome Kilty ... The Bartender

Barbara Nichols ... First Pretty Girl

Bramwell Fletcher ... The Producer
Fredd Wayne ... The Agent
Jacqueline Susann ... The Interviewer

Addison Richards ... The Lawyer

Anne Francine ... The Actress
Pat Finch ... Third Pretty Girl

Robert Middleton ... The Manager
Carol McCrory ... Fourth Pretty Girl

David Sheiner ... The Hill Billy Comedian
June Dayton ... The Author's Wife
Walt Witcover ... Mr. Atkinson
A.C. Pocock ... Mr. Kerr
Peter Ostroff ... Mr. Chapman
Rita Vale ... English Actress (as Rita Grapel)
Chet Stratton ... English Actor (as Chester Stratton)
Lucille Chavin ... French Actress (as Lucille Chauvin)
Andre Charisse ... French Actor (as Andre Charise)
Irma Sandrey ... Oriental Actress (as Irma Sandre)
Lee Goodman ... Oriental Actor

Henry Beckman ... Harry
Anita Cooper ... The Autograph Girl
Michael Sheehan ... The Accountant
Bill Clifton ... The Pianist

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 6, Episode 12: Dry Run

7 December 1953
The heroic story of Captain Robert I. Olsen aboard the Angler, a submarine that rescued 135 people through heavily mined waters.
Tirrell Barbery ... Orphan
Cy Chermak ... Bow Planesman

Arthur Franz

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Walter Matthau

Season 6, Episode 13: All My Love

14 December 1953
A spoiled rich girl matures into a lovely lady when she learns compassion and tenderness from three loves.
Philip Bourneuf

Nina Foch

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Laurence Hugo

Season 6, Episode 14: Cinderella '53

21 December 1953
A musical version of the French fairy tale that begins once upon a time in the slightly mythical city of New York where a young woman named Jean lives on a very real street called Tenth Avenue. Jean is so beautiful that everyone loves her, but she is in love with a Prince Charming she has never met, TV crooner Borden Crane.
David Atkinson
Ann Crowley ... Jean

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Conrad Janis ... Borden Crane

Nydia Westman

Season 6, Episode 15: Master of the Rose

28 December 1953
A small group of people in Belgium try to safeguard a painting of the Nativity from Nazi plundering.

Peter Capell

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Maria Riva

Season 6, Episode 16: The Runaway

4 January 1954
A Brooklyn bus driver drives off to Miami in a city bus and is apprehended by the police.

Season 6, Episode 17: The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners

11 January 1954
A group of school children perform what appears to be a play, but it progresses into a trial when the school janitor is accused of murder.
John C. Becher ... Mr. Prince

Frances Fuller ... Miss Frank

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Priscilla Gillette ... Mrs.Caldwell
Susan Hallaran ... Susan Caldwell
Lois Holmes ... Mrs.Woodbridge
Doreen Lang ... Mrs. Prince
Robert P. Lieb ... Mr.Wright
Stanley Martin ... Tommy Prince
Stefan Olsen ... Bobby McGinnis

Frank Overton ... Mr.McGinnis
Hugh Reilly ... Dr.Caldwell

Sara Seegar ... Mrs.Wright
John Shellie ... Mr.Woodbridge

Harry Townes ... Mr.Rogers
Glenn Walken ... Bert Hendricks

Ruth White ... Mrs.McGinnis

O.Z. Whitehead ... Mr. Kovalesky
Janet Alexander ... Alice Woodbridge (uncredited)
John Connoughton ... Joey Rogers (uncredited)
Pud Flanagan ... Billy McGinnis (uncredited)
Charles Taylor ... Harold Wright (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 18: A Criminal Design

18 January 1954
A press agent for an American designer in Italy becomes involved in smuggling against his will.

Season 6, Episode 19: A Favor for a Friend

25 January 1954
An accountant meets an aged millionaire, who appoints him executor of a trust fund for the millionaire's dog, Shaftsbury.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Georgann Johnson ... Carol

Vaughn Taylor ... Carlton Delafield

Lucile Watson ... Mrs. Lloyd Minster

Season 6, Episode 20: Herman, Come by Bomber

1 February 1954
A war orphan is smuggled into the U.S. by a pilot.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Paul Langton

Season 6, Episode 21: Man of Extinction

8 February 1954
The writer of murder mysteries acts out the crimes before putting them to paper. There's a real plot twist when a dead man turns up in her house.

Season 6, Episode 22: Dark Possession

15 February 1954
A woman is accused by a poison-pen letter of murdering her husband.

Geraldine Fitzgerald ... Charlotte Bell Wheeler

Barbara O'Neil ... Emily Bell

Leslie Nielsen ... Roger

Bramwell Fletcher ... Governor Bell
Helen Auerbach ... Ann Bell
Leora Thatcher ... Mrs. Wicks
Milton Selzer ... Mr. Weston

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 6, Episode 23: The Role of a Lover

22 February 1954
A former child star disappears during a Broadway play.

Steve Cochran ... Peter Hadley

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Skip Homeier ... Dickie Rogers

Betsy Palmer ... Maureen Drew

Season 6, Episode 24: Side Street

1 March 1954
A young married couple live in a New York neighborhood and share a babysitter and maid of all work with another couple. When this paragon of domesticity decides to wed the two husbands are hard put to break up the romance.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Peter Lind Hayes ... James Allen

Mary Healy ... Kay Allen

Joanne Linville ... Virginia Belden (as Jo Ann Linville)

Biff McGuire ... Charles Belden

David Opatoshu

Season 6, Episode 25: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

8 March 1954
A writer's undercover assignment backfires when he cannot produce the evidence needed to free himself from jail.
Walter F. Appler ... Defense Attorney Stanton
Harry Bannister ... Mr. Elliott
Katharine Bard ... Ann Lawson
Paul Brenson ... Announcer (voice)

Walter Brooke ... District Attorney Lewis
Ralph Bunker ... Judge
Madeline Clive ... Mrs. Elliott
James Coots ... Deputy Sheriff Riggs

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Susan Hallaran ... Jane Rogers
Charles Rae King ... Reporter

Lynn Loring ... Pat

Leslie Nielsen ... Fred Lawson

Betty Sinclair ... Mrs. Blanchard

Season 6, Episode 26: Thunder on Sycamore Street

15 March 1954
Neighbors attempt to run a respected citizen out of town when they learn he is a former convict.
Tirrell Barbery ... Judy Blake

Lee Bergere ... Arthur Hayes
Robert Bussard ... Roger Morrison
Ann Cameron ... Phyllis Hayes

Whitfield Connor ... Frank Morrison

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Judith Lowry ... Mrs. Blake

Nell O'Day ... Clarice Morrison
Dickie Olsen ... Christopher Morrison
Charlotte Pearson ... Anna Blake
Charles Penman ... Charlie Denton
Harry Sheppard ... Mr. Harkness
Kenneth Utt ... Joseph Blake

Season 6, Episode 27: The Expendables

22 March 1954
A minister of justice from an Eastern Bloc country seeks political asylum in the U.S.

Flora Campbell ... Helen

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Martin Kosleck ... Popochenko

Nelson Olmsted

George Voskovec ... Zarodin

Season 6, Episode 28: Paul's Apartment

29 March 1954
Paul realizes that his beautiful new wife is more interested in his belongings than she is in him.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Eva Gabor ... Mandarin Jones

Richard Kiley ... Jim Colton

David White ... Max

Season 6, Episode 29: Stir Mugs

5 April 1954
Parolees in war service decide to escape on the night of V-J Day rather than return home.

Frank Albertson ... Colonel Greer

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Warren Stevens ... Hammond

Joanne Woodward ... Lisa

Season 6, Episode 30: Jack Sperling, Forty-six

12 April 1954
A successful businessman's achievements aren't enough as he drives himself for a higher more powerful position.

Mary Astor ... Ruth Sparling

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Chester Morris ... Jack Sparling

Lois Smith ... Barbara Sparling

Season 6, Episode 31: A Handful of Diamonds

19 April 1954
When scandal and financial ruin threaten newspaper tycoon Frank Leslie, his wife Miriam uses cunning and imagination to restore her husband's reputation.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Lorne Greene ... Frank Leslie

Patricia Neal ... Miriam Leslie
Eugene Peterson ... Joquin (as Gene Peterson)

Season 6, Episode 32: Romney

26 April 1954
A 9-year-old boy and his misunderstanding father come under close scrutiny as the drama delves into the deeper corners of a frightened boy's mind to search out the reasons for his fears. The story unravels a strong mood and mystery which centers around Romney.
Oliver Andes ... Harry

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Laurence Hugo ... Joe

Barbara O'Neil ... Margaret
Howard St. John ... Mr. Steen

Season 6, Episode 33: Cardinal Mindszenty

3 May 1954
Opposed to communism and Nazi rule during World War II, the Hungarian Cardinal József Mindszenty was imprisoned as an enemy of the state and sent to prison. During his trial it was revealed that his confession was obtained by torture, hypnosis and drugs.

Season 6, Episode 34: Fear Is No Stranger

10 May 1954
Two young women are found murdered in a small California town. A district attorney finds himself in a dilemma when he finds his daughter daring the man who is the prime suspect in the homicide case.

Peggy Allenby

Patricia Breslin (as Pat Breslin)

Jerome Cowan

Madge Evans

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 6, Episode 35: Castle in Spain

17 May 1954
A man and woman meet in town after both had been arguing with their respective spouses back home. They decide to team up and make a big day of it.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Joan Lorring ... Blair

Biff McGuire ... Coley

Leslie Nielsen ... Mac

Season 6, Episode 36: A Man and Two Gods

24 May 1954
A diplomatic attache of a military state is ordered by his government to kill a suspected spy. The government then arrests him for murder. The attache is torn between two "Gods": the decrees of his country and the commandments of God.

John Baragrey ... Kurt Meissner

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Charles Korvin ... Julian Wilder

Paul Stevens ... Richard Bering
Patricia Wheel ... Anna Cerdick

Season 6, Episode 37: The Death and Life of Larry Benson

31 May 1954
Larry Benson was reported missing on the battlefield more than three years ago and the entire town is excited about his unexpected homecoming.
Peg Hillias ... Freda Benson
Ruth Amos ... Nettie Clark

Lee Remick ... Jessie

Chester Morris ... Sam Benson

Skip Homeier ... The Boy
Lucie Lancaster ... Mrs. Potter

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 6, Episode 38: The Strike

7 June 1954
Major Gaylord recounts an experience during World War II when he was obliged to fire on an American soldier in the dead of night on a Pacific island.

James Daly ... Major Gaylord

Roy Roberts ... Chaplain Walker

Bert Freed ... Chick

Frank Marth ... Franks
George Brenlin ... Radio Operator
Cy Chermak ... Radio Operator
Wyatt Cooper ... Lieutenant Peters
Bob Drew ... Wounded Soldier

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Melvin Jurdem ... Medic (as Mel Jurdem)
Herbert King ... Machine Gunner
William F. Leicester ... Sloane (as William Leicester)
Fred J. Scollay ... Soldier
Douglas Taylor ... Jones
Bill Townsend ... Soldier
William Whitman ... Chaxfield

Season 6, Episode 39: A Letter to Mr. Gubbins

14 June 1954
A couple start receiving mysterious letters with hints on how to make money. They watch the accuracy of the advice, which is always perfect, then sell everything to follow a "hot tip."

Art Carney ... Mr. Gubbins

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 6, Episode 40: Fandango at War Bonnet

21 June 1954
A man searches for the truth that may save another man's life in a Western showdown.

Wesley Addy ... McAllister
Monica Boyer (as Monica Boyar)

Royal Dano ... Doan

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Darren McGavin ... Will Sorrell
Victor Thorley

Season 6, Episode 41: Screwball

28 June 1954
Despite age and limited skills, a garage mechanic pursues his dream of being a major league player.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Sally Gracie ... Marge Adams

Jack Warden ... Russ Adams

Season 6, Episode 42: The Small Door

5 July 1954
A reclusive man has troubles with a greedy gas meter man who thinks there is money hidden in the old apartment.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

James Gregory ... Gasman

Richard Kiley ... Calvin

Hildy Parks ... Maggie Troy

Edgar Stehli ... Landlord

Season 6, Episode 43: A Guest at the Embassy

12 July 1954
The case began with the impending marriage in Paris of the American ambassador's daughter to one of his attaches. Suddenly, a young woman appears professing to be the secret love of the attache. The young diplomat sets out to prove that he has never seen the intruder before.

Nina Foch ... Barbara

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Leslie Nielsen ... Edmund

Betsy Palmer ... Mimi

Season 6, Episode 44: Home Again, Home Again

19 July 1954
A girl returns to her hometown after failing to find stardom on Broadway. She finds herself growing bitter, avoiding her friends until she meets a drama coach at a nearby University who changes her life around.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Robert H. Harris ... Max Ansell

Mark Roberts ... David Thorpe

Janice Rule ... Judith Slater

Season 6, Episode 45: The Hero

26 July 1954
A former Big League pitcher disappears from the fields after one of his pitches fatally injures a player. The pitcher turns gambler but a boy causes him to reform himself.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

James Gregory ... George Monzo

Paul Hartman

Bethel Leslie ... Martha

Joseph Walsh ... Jimmy (as Joey Walsh)

Ray Walston ... Mickey (as Raymond Walston)

Season 6, Episode 46: The Magic Monday

2 August 1954
The story of a typical American family and what happens when the parental generation yields to the typical yen of young folks in moderate circumstances to "get away from it all."
Mary Linn Beller ... Julie

Madge Evans ... Ann

Dick Foran ... Larry

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Joan Wetmore ... Marian

Season 6, Episode 47: Sue Ellen

9 August 1954
A man searches for his missing fiancée following a shipboard romance.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Patrick O'Neal ... Jud Poag

Barbara O'Neil ... Aunt Ti

Addison Richards ... Carter Jackson

Inger Stevens ... Sue Ellen

Season 6, Episode 48: The House of Gair

16 August 1954
During a storm in the Scottish moors at the House of Gair, a writer and his rich aunt become involved with a swindler which winds up in an unexpected murder.

Wesley Addy ... Steven Coryat
Eva Condon

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Hurd Hatfield ... Harry Vane
Iola Lynn

Basil Rathbone ... Hazelton Crane

Cora Witherspoon ... Aunt Fanny

Season 6, Episode 49: Experiment Perilous

23 August 1954
A young pianist is ill with tuberculosis and is cured physically by a young scientist but the serum she takes causes a distortion of her mind.
Augusta Dabney

Constance Ford

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Gene Lyons

Season 6, Episode 50: The Secret Self

30 August 1954
An influential Washington hostess tramples ruthlessly on members of her society set to further the political career of a young lawyer.
Peter Cookson ... Jamison Wyatt
Staats Cotsworth ... Hallam

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Nancy Kelly ... Dorothea

Everett Sloane ... Korolenko

Season 6, Episode 51: U.F.O.

6 September 1954
An editor of a tiny newspaper with a circulation of eighty tries to put his small town "on the map" with an outrageous story.

Harry Bellaver ... Sheriff

Heywood Hale Broun ... Deskman
Parker Fennelly ... Pincher

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Nicholas Joy ... General
George Matthews ... George
Dorothy Sands ... Mrs. Padott
Susan Steel ... Mrs. Strong (as Susan Steell)

Jack Warden ... Mike

Season 6, Episode 52: The Cliff

13 September 1954
After the mysterious death of his brother, a man returns from South America to investigate.

Martin E. Brooks ... Stephano (as Martin Brooks)

Marjorie Eaton ... Martha

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Lorne Greene ... Dr. Madison West

Murray Matheson ... Craig

Hildy Parks ... Judy McDermott

Maria Riva ... Marquesa Leonora Alletti

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Twelve Angry Men

20 September 1954
The jurors in a murder trial take their seats in a small, drab room to decide the defendant's fate. At first, all the men vote guilty bar one, who still has many questions not answered in court. Through theories and re-enactments, others change their minds, but one man is adamant that he'll never change his vote and won't listen to reason.

Robert Cummings ... Juror #8

Franchot Tone ... Juror #3

Edward Arnold ... Juror #10

Paul Hartman ... Juror #7

John Beal ... Juror #2

Walter Abel ... Juror #4

George Voskovec ... Juror #11
Joseph Sweeney ... Juror #9

Bart Burns ... Juror #6

Norman Fell ... Juror #1 / Foreman (as Norman Feld)

Lee Philips ... Juror #5 (as Lee Phillips)
Larkin Ford ... Juror #12 (as Will West)

Betty Furness ... Herself / Commercial Spokeswoman
John Cannon ... Himself - Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Vincent Gardenia ... Bailiff (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: The Eduction of H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P*L*A*N

27 September 1954
An irrepressible student at the American Night Preparatory School for Adults wages his personal war with the English language.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Jacob Kalich ... Hyman Kaplan

Maria Riva ... Miss Mitnick

Season 7, Episode 3: Prelude to Murder

4 October 1954
A mystery writer and his wife are searching for an isolated country home where he can work undisturbed. Instead, they meet up with an odd painter whose wife had recently died.

James Daly ... Greg Chandler

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Phyllis Kirk ... Carol Chandler

Otto Kruger ... Spencer de Witt Roland

Season 7, Episode 4: Melissa

11 October 1954
A young woman responds with deep devotion to her dominating father and upon his death she makes a postmortem discovery of a "secret" about him.

Faye Emerson ... Melissa
Teal Ames ... Phoebe
Raymond Bramley ... Mr. Dunham

Walter Brooke ... Jeff

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 7, Episode 5: The Boy Who Changed the World

18 October 1954
The story of Thomas Edison during the electrical wizard's boyhood back in Port Huron, Michigan where the great Edison was born.
Michael Allen ... Young Tom Edison

Edward Andrews
Chris Barbery ... Michael Oates

John Beal ... Samuel Edison
Charles Edison ... Guest

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Peg Hillias

Ruth Hussey ... Nancy Edison

Frank Overton

Season 7, Episode 6: Fatal in My Fashion

25 October 1954
A Paris dressmaker's model is stabbed to death during the showing of new gowns.

Season 7, Episode 7: The Man Who Owned the Town

1 November 1954
An arrogant gambler in Cripple Creek controls the village until a stranger comes along to usurp his powers.

Robert Barrat ... Sheriff

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Leslie Nielsen ... Tallman

Paul Stevens ... Johnny Devlin

Season 7, Episode 8: An Almanac of Liberty

8 November 1954
When a stranger to a small town is beaten up by a locals, upright residents gather, inexplicably, against their will to the town hall. Once assembled, they find they can't leave and time has stopped. All talk about the stranger, (also present). Some express rage for his views and reveal their misguided ideas of American patriotism, which are really prejudices against freedom of thought and free speech.
P.J. Kelly ... Mr. Neary
Archie Smith ... Harmon
Ethel Remey ... Mrs. Church (as Ethel Everett)
Bruce Marshall ... Mikey
Ginger MacManus ... Susie
Florence Sundstrom ... Ottile Sweetster
Brandon Peters ... Horace Sweetser
Dorothy Patten ... Matty Wilkinson
Karl Lukas ... Hank
Jock MacGregor ... Sam Hunt

Clarice Blackburn ... Sybil Hunt
Fred Herrick ... Ted Franklin
Gene Sultan ... Billy Sweetser
James Winslow ... Dr. Slattery

Eli Mintz ... Mr. Nathan
Frieda Altman ... Mrs. Nathan
Lawrence Fletcher ... George Wilkinson
Lee Richardson ... Ben Phillips

Sandy Kenyon ... John Carter
Martin Rudy ... Mr. Falion
Charles Collingwood ... Narrator
Paul Brenson ... Announcer

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 7, Episode 9: Let Me Go, Lover

15 November 1954
A disc jockey is involved in a murder. As he played peekaboo with a psychopathic killer and tangled with the police, turntables all over the place kept spinning a record called "Let Me Go, Lover", the murderer's favorite song, of course.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Joe Maross ... Johnny Baer
Cliff Norton ... Mr. Foster
Anthony Ross ... Inspector Williams

Connie Sawyer ... Mrs. McCall

Season 7, Episode 10: Joey

22 November 1954
Joey, a clown and leader of a traveling circus, suddenly becomes depressed when his group plays the tiny town of Millville.

Orson Bean ... Joey

Geraldine Brooks ... Theresa

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Louise Larabee ... Senobia

Season 7, Episode 11: The Deserter

29 November 1954
After serving seven years in prison for desertion, a bitter soldier tries to start a new life.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

James Gregory ... Corey

June Lockhart ... Robbie

Margaret Wycherly ... Mrs. Page

Season 7, Episode 12: Short Cut

6 December 1954
An unscrupulous politician takes all kinds of short cuts to get what he wants, until a crusading attorney seeking justice stands in his way.
Florenz Ames

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Larry Gates
Priscilla Gillette ... Rachel

Jackie Gleason ... Sam Wheeler

Lin McCarthy ... Mike Reardon

Season 7, Episode 13: 12:30 A.M.

13 December 1954
A sensitive boy's relationship with his parents lacks the real understanding necessary to a happy life.
Katharine Bard ... Grace Stone

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Van Dyke Parks ... Eddie Stone

Season 7, Episode 14: Two Little Minks

20 December 1954
Luckless Nobby and his wife look forward to a brighter day, when wealthy Uncle Silas passes away and leaves them his riches. To their dismay, Silas has every intention of making it to 100.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Walter Hampden ... Uncle Silas

Frank McHugh ... Nobby Bishop

Una Merkel ... Parsis McHugh

Season 7, Episode 15: The Cuckoo in Spring

27 December 1954
A young art dealer visits the home of a miserly connoisseur and discovers a pretty girl as well as some very valuable paintings.

Charles Coburn ... Louis Hurst

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Leatrice Joy ... Rowena
P.J. Kelly ... Ed Randall

Richard Kiley ... Julian Hurst
Luise King ... Alexandra Bell

David White ... Oliver

Season 7, Episode 16: The Missing Men

3 January 1955
A young private investigator finds himself trapped by a web of circumstantial evidence and his name linked to that of a homicidal mugger. The tension mounts as he strives to clear himself.

Edward Andrews

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Jack Klugman

George Macready ... Horne
George Mitchell

Gene Nelson ... Trout
Joan Weber ... Herself

Season 7, Episode 17: Grandma Rolled Her Own

10 January 1955
In 1929, twelve-year-old orphan Bill Caldwell is sent to stay with his eccentric grandmother when his aunt and uncle go to Europe. Down on her luck in Detroit, Grandma rents out 22 rooms of her 25-room house. Every March, the circus comes to town and some of the more interesting characters stay at Grandma's. Young Bill learns much more about life interacting with his Grandma and her colorful boarders than living with his stuffy aunt and uncle.
Oliver Andes ... Bill Caldwell

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Cathleen Nesbitt ... Grandma

Season 7, Episode 18: Sail with the Tide

17 January 1955
A beautiful but icy singer is devoted exclusively to her art and her equally icy French officer who succumbs to her charms.

Claude Dauphin ... Victor Marquet

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Grant Williams ... Soldier

Mai Zetterling ... Gabrielle

Season 7, Episode 19: It Might Happen Tomorrow

24 January 1955
A test pilot sets out for a cruise through space and suddenly loses contact with Earth.

Anthony Franciosa ... Charles Egan

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Barry Sullivan ... Michael Norman

Dana Wynter ... Katherine

Season 7, Episode 20: The Silent Women

31 January 1955
A sheriff travels to a rural Maine island to investigate the case of a missing young woman. While there, he learns many odd things about the place and it's inhabitants.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Margaret Hamilton ... Laura Lawson
Peg Hillias ... Miss Martha

Gaby Rodgers ... Gina

Everett Sloane ... Giovanni

Season 7, Episode 21: A Stranger May Die

7 February 1955
Police fight a desperate battle against time to prevent a would-be suicide from killing not only himself, but also the other tenants in the building.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Don Gibson ... Whitey
Martin Rudy ... Steve Brodsky

Jack Warden ... Lieutenant Brown

Season 7, Episode 22: The Broken Spur

14 February 1955
In a shabby western town in 1900, a stranger gets off the train, goes to the sheriff's office, and kills him. His mild-mannered son takes over his position and tries to find the killer and avenge his father's death.
Florenz Ames ... Dave Sears

Royal Dano ... Zack

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Georgann Johnson ... Nancy

Paul Langton ... John Temple

Van Dyke Parks ... Robbie

Ford Rainey ... Sam Forrest

Season 7, Episode 23: The Eddie Chapman Story

21 February 1955
Eddie Chapman was the only Briton to win the Iron Cross in World War II. But was he really working for the Germans? Or was he a highly-placed double-agent?
Roy Dean ... Eddie Chapman

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 7, Episode 24: Donovan's Brain

28 February 1955
A doctor living in the quiet desert of Arizona experiments with keeping monkeys' brains alive after the animals have died. When a plane crash occurs nearby the doctor brings a seriously injured, ruthless millionaire to his home and it is apparent that the man is dying. The doctor then preserves the man's brain and it begins to exert a malignant influence.

Wendell Corey ... Dr. Cory
June Dayton ... Janice

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

E.G. Marshall ... Dr. Shratt

Season 7, Episode 25: Millions of Georges

7 March 1955
A "retread" Master Sergeant is called back into the service and it seems to his wife that most of their 10 years of marriage have been spent moving from base to base. When a young and lovely girl enters the picture the wife fears that love alone cannot hold her husband.

Scott Brady ... George

Hope Emerson ... Mrs. Flower

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Joan Lorring ... Terry
Barry McGuire ... Ralph

Season 7, Episode 26: The Conviction of Peter Shea

14 March 1955
The dying words of a young woman, the victim of a hit-and-run driver, point towards stock-broker Peter Shea. He maintains his innocence, even as he's found guilty and sent to prison.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Skip Homeier ... Peter Shea

George Montgomery ... Bakeland

Inger Stevens ... Mary

Season 7, Episode 27: Miss Turner's Decision

21 March 1955
Spinster Melissa Turner is at a crossroads in life concerning her future. She must decide whether to pursue Forest, sad reclusive acquaintance or prepare for a life alone.

Edward Andrews ... Forest

Glenda Farrell ... Irene

Nina Foch ... Melissa Turner

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Cliff Hall ... George Turner

Season 7, Episode 28: Dominique

28 March 1955
When a newly wed Italian bride named Dominique moves to Vermont, she suffers culture shock and is hesitant to continue her new life in the Americas.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Phyllis Hill ... Barbara

John McGiver ... Darrell

Ralph Meeker ... Steve

Marisa Pavan ... Dominique

Season 7, Episode 29: Cross My Heart

4 April 1955
Feeling misunderstood and unwanted by her parents, a girl decides that she must run away.
Roni Dengel ... Holly Vining

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Hugh Marlowe ... Howard Vining

Neva Patterson ... Ella Vining
Jane Seymour ... Miss Healy

Season 7, Episode 30: Passage of Arms

11 April 1955
In 1948, while the captain of Czechoslovakia's championship hockey team is in Moscow, Russia annexes his homeland. On his return, he and his fiancee plot to escape.

Theodore Bikel ... Machek

Peter Capell ... Paul

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Louis Jourdan ... Marc

Maria Riva

Robert Sterling
Ilka Windish ... Irme

Season 7, Episode 31: Affairs of State

18 April 1955
The plain and simple niece of an elder statesman goes to Washington to aid her uncle and is immediately set up with an ideal match with a bachelor senator, who is also up for re-election.

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Jeff Morrow ... George

Season 7, Episode 32: Mrs. Brimmer Did It!

25 April 1955
Mr. Brimmer did not go over that seaside cliff unaided. Sinister Cousin Julian from South Africa gave Mr. Brimmer a bit of help.
Brenda Forbes ... Carrie

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Cavada Humphrey ... Margaret

John McGiver ... Harold

Margaret Phillips ... Addie

Dennis Price ... Julian Brimmer

Season 7, Episode 33: Summer Pavilion

2 May 1955
In an old Louisiana plantation, the the furnishings and the once great family are fading fast.The matriarch desperately tries to hold on the a gazebo that's slated for destruction as part of a building project, as well as holding her daughter to an unwanted marriage, though she loves the builder.

Miriam Hopkins ... Theresa Durand

Charles Drake ... Ned Welch

Elizabeth Montgomery ... Helen Durand

Ruth White ... Belle Travers
Joseph Sweeney ... Father Durand
Wyatt Cooper ... Winter Duval
Carol Veazie ... Mrs. Duval
William A. Forester ... The Waiter
Dario Barri ... The Assistant
Paul Brenson ... Announcer

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman

Season 7, Episode 34: A Picture in the Paper

9 May 1955
A mild-mannered bookkeeper, belittled by his family and his coworkers, is to get his picture in the paper when he is named his company's head bookkeeper. The picture is in the paper all right, but he is mistakenly named the chairman of the city's anti-vice crusade.

James Dunn ... Frank

Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Doreen Lang ... Irene

Jason Robards ... Cameron (as Jason Robards Jr.)
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