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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Saturday's Children

2 October 1950
Pretty Bobby Halevy loves Rims Rosson, a dreamer and inventor without much going for him. Rims has a scheme of going to Manila to turn hemp into silk and become rich. But when one of her family talks Bobby into tricking Rims into marriage, the real world comes crashing down on the couple.

Joan Caulfield ... Bobby

John Ericson ... Mike

Dean Harens ... Rims

Eileen Heckart ... Florie
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

William Keighley ... Intermission Guest

Una O'Connor ... Mrs. Gorlick
Ralph Riggs ... Mr. Halevy
Peter M. Thompson ... Messenger

Season 1, Episode 2: Rosalind

9 October 1950
An aging actress resists the fact that she is no longer able to play ingénue roles.

Season 1, Episode 3: Shadow on the Heart

16 October 1950


Robert Allen ... Skipper
Patsy de Souza ... Patient
Ray Dunaven ... Coastguardsman
Roy Fant ... Gramps
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Mike Kellin ... Tuttle
William Kemp ... Steve (as Bill Kemp)

Sandy Kenyon ... Coastguardsman
Richard King ... Coastguardsman

Veronica Lake ... Stormy Denton
Bob Lyons ... Red Galligher

Walter Matthau ... 1st Coastguardsman
Dennis McCarthy ... Coasthguardsman
James Reason ... Coastguardsman
Reginald Roland Jr. ... Coastguardsman
Virginia Tate ... Nurse

Season 1, Episode 4: The Valiant

23 October 1950


Hy Anzell ... Dan (as Hy Anzel)
Wendy Drew ... The Girl
William Hellinger ... Prisoner #1 (as Bill Hellinger)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Edmund Morris ... Jailer
James Reason ... Prisoner #2

Zachary Scott ... James Dyke
Graham Velsey ... Father Daly
Harold Vermilyea ... Warden Holt

Season 1, Episode 5: Mine to Have

30 October 1950

Leonard Bonshock ... Husband Number Three
Frank Dudley ... Husband Number One

Andrew Duggan ... Mahoney

Nina Foch ... Flo
Janet Fox ... Henrietta
John Jay Hall ... Elevator Boy

Pat Horn ... Nurse Number One (as Patricia Horn)

Rosalind Ivan ... Mother
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Muriel Landers ... Head Nurse

Walter Matthau ... Cop Number One
Lillian McArdle ... Nurse Number Two
Joseph McDermott ... Elevator Boy
Eileen Page ... Smitty
Philip Remer ... Husband Number Two
Sam Schwartz ... Cop Number Two (as Sammy Schwartz)

Maxine Stuart ... Millie
Tyra Vaughn ... Sally
Norma Winters ... Addie

Season 1, Episode 6: That Wonderful Night

6 November 1950

Harry Davis ... Sims
Lee Filips ... Waiter / Playboy
Knox Fowler ... 'Nice' Extra
Cliff Hall ... Jameson
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Eddie Kramer ... Western Union Boy

Glenn Langan ... Arnold Imes

Angela Lansbury ... Leslie
Ruth Lescher ... Betsy Underhill
Olivia Macomber ... Opera Singer
Tom McElhaney ... Daniels
Catharine Metcalfe ... LIttle Lady
Henrietta Moore ... Hope Beauville
Terry O'Sullivan ... Announcer
David Rogers ... Creep

Jean Sincere ... Grace

Season 1, Episode 7: Gallant Lady

13 November 1950

Elizabeth Dillon ... Miss Lee

Ruth Hussey ... Linda Carson
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Fran Lee ... Selma
Marguerite Lewis ... Vicki Cartwright

Audra Lindley ... Irene Stoddard
Helen Marcy ... Marilyn Adams

Herbert Rudley ... Doctor Carson
John Seymour ... Dr. Phillips
Leon Shaw ... Peter Adams
John Stephen ... Paul Hewitt

Harry Townes ... Ronny Martin

Season 1, Episode 8: Goodnight, Please

20 November 1950

Richard Abbott ... Vice President #4

Claud Allister ... Burton (as Claude Allister)
Ruth Altman ... Mrs. Dele Beque
Christopher Barbieri ... Other Little Boy
Emily Barnes ... Martha
Albert Bergh ... Vice President #3
Helen Donaldson ... MIss French
Michael Enserro ... the Glazier

Billy M. Greene ... Mr. Buckridge
Douglas Gregory ... Mr. McWinkle, First Vice President
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Donald Keyes ... Vice President #2
Gene Lee ... Tommy Whitehouse
Thomas F. Reynolds ... Vice President #5
Erik Rhodes ... Dr. Gardiner
Wells Richardson ... Johnson
Jan Sherwood ... Lucy Whitehouse

Franchot Tone ... Meredith Whitehouse

Season 1, Episode 9: The Token

27 November 1950

William E. Becker ... Fireman #4
Barry Cahill ... Fireman #6
June Dayton ... Annice
Frank Dudley ... Fireman #10
Ray Dunaven ... Firemen #3
Lee Filips ... Fireman 2
James Greenway ... Fireman #12
Ruth Hammond ... Mother Calef

Dean Harens ... Epes Calef

Wanda Hendrix ... Sumatra
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Sandy Kenyon ... Fireman #1
Dennis McCarthy ... Fireman #5
Robert Morgan ... John Nickerson
Clifford L. Owen ... FIreman #11

Cliff Robertson ... Fireman #8
Reginald Roland Jr. ... Fireman #9
John Stark ... Fireman #7
John Stephen ... Ira Calef

Season 1, Episode 10: To Thine Own Self

4 December 1950

Little Arthur Jr. ... Melvyn Douglas Double
Roy Baime ... Ticket Agent
Katharine Bard ... The Girl

Walter Burke ... Benson

Royal Dano ... Sergeant Finley

Melvyn Douglas ... James Strickland
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Jimmy Sheridan ... Sheridan (as James Sheridan)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Lovely Menace

11 December 1950


Walter Abel ... Joe Holmby
Arthur Benjamin ... Husband Number Three
John Stuart Breiter ... Husband Number Two
Pola Chaseman ... Party Extra
Elizabeth Dillon ... Sarah Wayne
Dorothy Elder ... Peggy Harding
Lester Freeman ... Party Extra
Stephen Harris ... Tommy Overbrook

Pat Horn ... Party Extra
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Host

Mercedes McCambridge ... Marie
Mercer McLeod ... Mr. Overbrook

Jean Sincere ... Genevieve Packard

Sydney Smith ... Tim Harding
Karen Stevens ... Molly Grimes
Charles Summers ... Husband Number One
Audrey Swanson ... Party Extra
Virginia Tate ... Maid
Thomas Tyrell ... Party Extra
Tyra Vaughn ... Party Extra

Season 1, Episode 12: Down Bayou DuBac

18 December 1950

Marga Ann Deighton ... Mrs. Brown

Charles Dingle ... Mr. Wendell Deeves
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Hazel Johns ... Mrs. Deeves
Donald Keyes ... Minister

Diana Lynn ... Ruth Deeves

Lon McCallister ... Ed Brown
Tom McElhaney ... Mr. Brown
Martin Newman ... Beddo

Mabel Paige ... Aunt Lydia

Season 1, Episode 13: A Child Is Born

25 December 1950


Jacques Aubuchon ... Prefect

Fay Bainter ... Innkeeper's Wife

Anne Bancroft ... Leah (as Ann Marno)
William Becker ... Soldier Number One
Horace Braham ... Narrator
William Darrid ... Soldier
Lee Filips ... Soldier Number Three
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Gene Lockhart ... Innkeeper
Robert Morgan ... Dismas
Elizabeth Ross ... Sarah
Lawrence Ryle ... Soldier Number Two
Alan Shayne ... Joseph

Season 1, Episode 14: A Well-Remembered Voice

1 January 1951


Brian Aherne ... Mr. Don
Robin Craven ... Major Armitage

Denholm Elliott ... Dick
Renee Gadd ... Mrs. Don
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Karen Laporte ... Laura
Oswald Marshall ... Mr. Rogers (as Robert Oswald Marshall)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Purple Doorknob

8 January 1951


Josephine Hull ... Mrs. Bartholomew
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Felicia Montealegre ... Viola Cole

Virginia Sale ... Mrs. Dunbar

Season 1, Episode 16: Purple and Fine Linen

15 January 1951


Claud Allister ... Butler to Frampton
Malcolm Lee Beggs ... Lord Malvern (as Malcolm Beggs)
John Blanchard ... Waiter
Frank Boylan
Mary Brown
Joseph R. Colbert

Rex Everhart
Frances Green ... Saleslady
Hughie Green ... Bobby (as Hugh Green)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

William Keighley ... Intermission Guest
Adia Kuznetzoff ... Igor
Oswald Marshall ... Butler to Lord Malvern (as Robert Oswald Marshall)

Ilona Massey ... Lady Malvern
Doris Patton
Elinor Randel ... Girl in Accident

Basil Rathbone ... Frampton
Evelyn Wall

Season 1, Episode 17: Manhattan Pastorale

22 January 1951

Robert Baker ... Policeman
Leo Bayard ... Taxi Driver
Knox Fowler ... Reporter Number Two
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Mike Kellin ... Two Times (as Myron Kellin)
Eddie Kramer ... Newsboy

Francis Lederer ... Charles
Oswald Marshall ... Old Man (as Robert Oswald Marshall)

Walter Matthau ... Inspector

Billy Sands ... Reporter Number One (as William F. Sands)

Harold J. Stone ... Clerk

Murvyn Vye ... Tiny Tim

Teresa Wright ... Emily

Season 1, Episode 18: The Shiny People

29 January 1951

Christopher Barbieri ... Little Boy
William Becker ... Young Man
Herschel Bentley ... Gyles

Mary Carver ... Baby Girl
Ann Cooper ... Young Girl
Peter Cooper ... Young Man

Robert Cummings ... Wally

Jacqueline deWit ... Phyllis
Ruth Hope ... Mrs. Thompson
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

William Keighley ... Himself - Guest
Karl Lukas ... Bob
F. Ben Miller ... Giant

J. Pat O'Malley ... Alf (as James Patrick O'Malley)
Doris Patton ... Emily
Elinor Randel ... Mary
Elsie Schultz ... Midget Number Two
Charles Silvern ... Midget Number Ohne
Art Smith ... Pop
Walter Teschan ... Middle Aged Man
Tyra Vaughn ... Carol

Season 1, Episode 19: The Choir Rehearsal

5 February 1951

Parker Fennelly ... William
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Robert Le Sueur ... Enoch
Enid Markey ... Abigail
Thomas Reaphy ... Amos

Martha Scott ... Esmerelda

Robert Sterling ... Aalan

Season 1, Episode 20: Abe Lincoln in Illinois

12 February 1951
Humble Abraham Lincoln gains the respect of his Illinois neighbors, growing in stature and respect until he is elected President in 1860 and departs for Washington.
Leopold Badia ... Jed
Leonard Bell ... Phil
Owen Clifford ... Soldier
Edward F. Cullen ... Ninian Edwards (as Ed Cullen)
Gene Davis ... Robert Lincoln
Walter Davis ... Sturveson
Charles Evans ... Dr. Barrick
Lee Filips ... Soldier
Joseph Foley ... Billy Herndon

Dan Frazer ... Soldier

Bruce Gordon ... Kavenaugh
Douglas Gregory ... Captain of Militia
William Hellinger ... Soldier (as Bill Hellinger)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Muriel Kirkland ... Mary

Raymond Massey ... Abe Lincoln
Joseph McDermott ... Soldier
Carl Richter ... Soldier
Calvin Thomas ... Josh Speed
Frank Tweddell ... Crimmin

Season 1, Episode 21: To the Lovely Margaret

19 February 1951

Pat Gaye ... Jackie

Skip Homeier ... Kirk
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Anna Lee ... Julia

Margaret O'Brien ... Margaret

Ivan F. Simpson ... Professor Adams (as Ivan Simpson)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Irish Drifter

26 February 1951

Walter F. Appler ... Cop
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Dulcy Jordan ... Melanie

William Keighley ... Himself - Guest Host
Paul Lipson ... Krull
Jonathan Marlowe ... Robbie Crosley
Robert Dale Martin ... Larry

Pat O'Brien ... Tim Larkin

Season 1, Episode 23: Not Guilty - Of Much

5 March 1951


Dane Clark ... George

Bonita Granville ... Kitty
William Hellinger ... Spectator (as Bill Hellinger)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Maurice Manson ... Sergeant
Tom McElhaney ... Prisoner

Biff McGuire ... Officer Miles

Neva Patterson ... Thelma

Maxine Stuart ... Marcia

Vaughn Taylor ... Count Clerk

Roland Winters ... Judge Hampton

Season 1, Episode 24: Long Distance

12 March 1951

Richard Abbott ... Warden

Doris Belack ... Chicago Operator

Floyd Buckley ... Henderson
Helen Donaldson ... Miss MIlton
Earl George ... Man at Depot

Miriam Hopkins ... Bertha Jacks
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Lila Lee ... Mrs. McLean
Henrietta Moore ... Info Operator

Rosemary Murphy ... Oakland Operator
Eleanor Wright ... New York Operator

Season 1, Episode 25: No Shoes

19 March 1951

Mary Cahoon ... Nurse

Jack Carson ... Garrison
Brenda Forbes ... Nurse
Janet Fox ... Mrs. Spragel
Ernest Graves ... John Norman
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Tom McElhaney ... Olson
Bill Romaine ... Doctor
Charlene Harris Victor ... Nurse

Season 1, Episode 26: The Treasure Trove

26 March 1951


Barbara Britton ... Hilda

Bruce Cabot ... Tony
Susan Delmar ... Hannah

Dick Foran ... Bob
Halliwell Hobbes ... Justin
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Vera Millish ... Brenda

Season 1, Episode 27: The Old Lady Shows Her Medals

2 April 1951
A young soldier, about to leave for war, is "adopted" by an elderly lady with the same surname.

Season 1, Episode 28: Column Item

9 April 1951

Thomas Coley ... Jack Harrow (as Tom Coley)
Harry Davis ... Bill Brady

Laraine Day ... Sophie
Roger Forster ... Himself - Announcer
Ruth Hope ... Miss Parker
Rita Lynn ... Della Weston

John Newland ... Eli Norman

Season 1, Episode 29: Heritage of Wimpole Street

16 April 1951


Walter Hampden ... Barrett
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Emily Lawrence ... Arabel

Ruth McDevitt ... Jane
Judson Rees ... Robert Browning Jr.
Patricia Wheel ... Henrietta

Season 1, Episode 30: Hit and Run

23 April 1951

Christopher Barbieri ... Jackie
Andrew Bernard ... Announcer
Carl Don ... Tony
William Hellinger ... Taxi Driver (as Bill Hellinger)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Edmond O'Brien ... Hal
Alfreda Wallace ... Ellen

Season 1, Episode 31: The Speech

30 April 1951


Florence Eldridge ... Bess

Eileen Heckart ... Miss Green
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Fredric March ... Sam
Martin Newman ... Bellboy

Rex O'Malley ... Speech Instructor

Roland Winters ... Dr. Sturgis

Walter Matthau ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: The Sire de Maletroit's Door

7 May 1951

Joel Ashley ... Captain Philip de Chartier
Andrew Bernard ... Guard
Frank Boylan ... Guard

John Cassavetes ... First Guard
Lee Filips ... Guard

Coleen Gray ... Blanche

Richard Greene ... Denis de Beaulieu
Richard Hazelton ... Guard
William Hellinger ... Guard (as Bill Hellinger)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Albert Vanderkogel ... Archer
Frederick Worlock ... Sire de Maletroit

Wolfgang Zilzer ... Padre (as Paul Andor)

Season 1, Episode 33: Local Storm

14 May 1951


Betty Field ... Carol
Ernest Graves ... Alan

Dean Harens ... George
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Audra Lindley ... Olive

Season 1, Episode 34: Wild Geese

21 May 1951

Ralph Clanton ... Cyril
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Evelyn Keyes ... Jane
Jonathan Marlowe ... Jimmy
Charles Taylor ... Charley

Season 1, Episode 35: Sweet Sorrow

28 May 1951

Seth Arnold ... Hotel Clerk
Roy Baime ... Conductor
Philippa Bevans ... Ruth Bogen
Sarah Churchill ... Linda Forrest
Gage Clarke ... Brandon Forbes

Andrew Duggan ... Bill Haas
Anne Ives ... Mrs. Tate
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Mike Kellin ... Eddie Stork (as Myron Kellin)

Jeffrey Lynn ... Seth Warner
Phoebe Mackay ... Mrs. Ben Kover
Dwight Marfield ... Postmaster Ludlam
Katherine Meskill ... Lucille de Pew
Maida Reade ... Mrs. Williams
Elizabeth Ross ... Babs
Jane Sutherland ... Dinny
Michael Wager ... Ronald Ellison

Season 1, Episode 36: Consider the Lillies

4 June 1951

Joel Ashley ... Myles

Marlene Cameron ... Barbara

Jerome Cowan ... Alfred Bragg
Olive Templeton Flannery ... Agnes

Kay Francis ... Alice
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Arthur Jarrett ... Hardwicke

Season 1, Episode 37: Weather for Today

11 June 1951


Lynn Bari ... Kay Plumber
Leo Bayard ... 2nd Coastguardsman

Lee Bowman ... Jerry Courtney
Joe Di Reda ... 1st Coastguardsman
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Butterfly McQueen ... Mary
Richard Wigginton ... Little Boy (as Dick Wigginton)

Season 1, Episode 38: Inside Story

18 June 1951


Lola Albright ... Jennifer
Claire Edmonds
Edward Gargan ... Dolan
Sally Gracie ... Sally
Will Hare ... Warren
Georgia Harvey
Therese Hayden ... Miss Miller
Edward Horner ... Butch
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

James Karen ... Llewellyn
Frances Keegan ... Jennie
Gregg Sherwood ... Babe

Robert Sterling ... Lew Davis

Season 1, Episode 39: The Promise

25 June 1951

Ursula Campbell ... Nurse Brice
Louisa Horton ... Ella
Jay Jackson

Audra Lindley ... Nurse Claxton

Murray Matheson ... Dr. Southford

Vincent Price ... Herbert
Jane Seymour ... Sarah

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Pacing Goose

27 August 1951

Gage Clarke ... Steve Morgan
Thomas Coley ... Jess
Parker Fennelly ... Enoch

Celeste Holm ... Eliza
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Tom McElhaney ... Abel Samp
Klock Ryder ... Overby (as Clock Ryder)
Eugene Steiner ... Josh
Roland Wood ... Judge Pomeroy

Season 2, Episode 2: Forever Walking Free

3 September 1951

Sybil Baker ... Girl at Blue Polly
Joseph R. Colbert

Wendell Corey ... Buster
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Nancy Marchand ... Joan
Oswald Marshall ... Man in Bathrobe

Murray Matheson ... Old Waiter

J. Pat O'Malley ... London Bobby (as James Patrick O'Malley)

Season 2, Episode 3: It's a Promise

10 September 1951

Janet Alexander ... Elly Barret

Laraine Day ... Lynn
Edward Gargan ... Policeman
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

John Shelton ... Tom

Season 2, Episode 4: A Family Affair

17 September 1951


Francis Compton ... Everett
Marga Ann Deighton ... Abby
Isobel Elsom ... Mrs. Scofield
Lee Filips
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Biff McGuire ... Will
Elizabeth Ross ... Barbara
Walter Teschan

Roland Young ... Sumner

Wolfgang Zilzer ... Head Waiter (as Paul Andor)

Season 2, Episode 5: A Matter of Life

24 September 1951

Lee Dimond ... Milkman
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Celia Johnson ... Jeannie (as Elizabeth Johnson)

Dickie Moore ... Tony

Edmond O'Brien ... Mr. Protis

Season 2, Episode 6: Grandma Was an Actress

1 October 1951

Gage Clarke ... Mr. Westcott
Amy Douglass ... Daphne
Lawrence Fletcher ... Henry

Josephine Hull ... Grandma
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Nancy Malone ... Girl
Patty Smith ... Hester

Season 2, Episode 7: Route 19

8 October 1951


Vanessa Brown ... Girl

Charlton Heston
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Dennis O'Keefe ... Second Man

Robert Stack ... First Man
Norma Winters ... Woman

Season 2, Episode 8: Cafe Ami

15 October 1951

Lilija Austrin ... Woman Number Two A
Dean Bate ... Woman Number Two
Marden Bate ... Waiter Number One
Lawrence Breitman ... Waiter
Carrie Bridewell ... Woman Number One A
Chet Cedro ... Wailter Number Three
Arthur Cosenza ... Man Number Two
Marjorie de Voe ... Woman Number One

Andrew Duggan ... Thug

Frances Fuller ... Aunt
Svea Grunfeld ... Woman Number Four
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
John Kozak ... G.I. Number One
Salem Ludwig ... Man Number One
Dan Margo ... Croupier

Walter Matthau ... Craig

Rosemary Murphy ... Woman Number Three
Joe Nathan ... Man Number Three
Robert Ormiston ... German Man Number One
Lisa Osten ... German Woman Number One B

Albert Paulsen ... German Man Number Two (as Albert Paulson)

Robert Preston ... Jed Kennedy

Maria Riva ... Hilda
Walter Sands ... Young German

Rod Steiger ... Victor Honegger
Susan Wayne ... Girl Singer
John Weaver ... G.I. Number Two
Russell Whitney ... Bum

Season 2, Episode 9: The Twinkle in Her Eye

22 October 1951

Bill Ablin ... Policeman
Dennis Bohan ... Motorman
Frank Boydan ... Motorman
Berger Carlson ... Motorman

Art Carney ... Mike

Peter Clune ... Fireman

Dick Foran ... Matt
Bob Gardette ... Fireman
Dan Hogan ... Policeman
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Diana Lynn ... Honor
William MacDougall ... Fireman
Michael McEnery ... Policeman

J. Pat O'Malley ... Griffin
Leora Thatcher ... Meg

Season 2, Episode 10: The Doctor's Wife

29 October 1951

Marden Bate ... Intern
Philippa Bevans ... Mrs. Evans

Joseph Buloff ... Mr. Pulaski
Alexander Clark ... Dr. Edwards

George Roy Hill ... Dan
Gaye Huston
Martin Huston
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Luba Kadison ... Mrs. Pulaski

June Lockhart ... Julie

Jean Sincere ... Miss Sherman
Walter Teschan ... Intern

Grace Valentine ... Betty

Season 2, Episode 11: Confession

5 November 1951

Dorothy Blackburn ... Martha
Ellen Cobb-Hill ... Evie

Russell Collins ... Marlett

Biff Elliot ... John
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Thomas Mitchell ... Baldwin

Season 2, Episode 12: No Will of His Own

12 November 1951

Leopold Badia ... Extra
Dick Barclay ... Workman Numner Two

Binnie Barnes ... Beatrice

Melville Cooper ... Watts
Jim Davidson ... Man
Halliwell Hobbes ... Fitz James

Rosalind Ivan ... Mrs. Chamberlain
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Anthony Kemble-Cooper ... Foxhall

Gene Lockhart ... Leslie
Ian Martin ... Riggs
Guy Spaull ... Granet
John Stephen ... Darlington

Maxine Stuart ... Girl
Gwilym Williams ... Workman Number One

Season 2, Episode 13: Stolen Years

19 November 1951


Lola Albright ... Miriam

Nils Asther ... Norstad

Jerome Cowan ... Wright

Richard Greene ... Hartford

Hurd Hatfield ... Dobbins
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Robert Sterling

Francis L. Sullivan ... Yates
Frederick Worlock ... Reverend Stowell
Harold Yee ... Chang

Season 2, Episode 14: Dames Are Poison

26 November 1951


Peggy Cass ... Betty
Mark Elliot ... Waiter / Suitor

William Eythe ... Peter
Lee Filips ... Suitor

Nina Foch ... Jessica

Chuck Gordon ... Suitor
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Henry Jones ... Sanford
Kip McArdle ... Cooper

Alice Pearce ... Nina
Klock Ryder ... Blake (as Clock Ryder)
Walter Teschan ... Waiter / Suitor
Sy Travers ... Policeman
Tyra Vaughn ... Patricia
John Weaver ... Suitor

Season 2, Episode 15: Tin Badge

3 December 1951


Bobby Driscoll ... Billy Crandall
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Muriel Kirkland ... Ellen Crandall

Pat O'Brien ... Joe Crandall
Anthony Rivers ... Gangster
Jimmy Sheridan ... Young Cop

Harold J. Stone ... Mike Gannon

Season 2, Episode 16: Second Sight

10 December 1951


Celeste Holm ... Margaret Best
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Patric Knowles ... Corey Hill
Ann Meachan ... Nurse

Neva Patterson ... Claire Whitcomb
Don Shelton ... Doctor

Season 2, Episode 17: The Blues Street

17 December 1951

Roy Baime ... Extra

Harry Bellaver ... Victor
Ann Dere ... Landlady
Katherine Gregg ... Extra
William Hellinger ... Extra (as Bill Hellinger)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
David Kerman ... Counterman

Walter Woolf King ... Cornelius
John Kullers ... Waiter

Veronica Lake ... Lou

Roddy McDowall ... Pete

Jack Warden ... Man

Season 2, Episode 18: A Child Is Born

14 December 1951


Fay Bainter ... Innkeeper's Wife

Lloyd Bochner ... Soldier
Horace Braham ... Narrator
Lee Filips ... Soldier

Rita Gam ... Leah
Ernest Graves ... Joseph
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Larry Kerr ... Soldier (as Lorence Kerr)

Thomas Mitchell ... Innkeeper
Robert Morgan ... Dismas
Elizabeth Ross ... Sarah
Lawrence Ryle ... Prefect

Season 2, Episode 19: The Jest of Hahalaba

31 December 1951

Lilija Austrin ... Streetwalker #2
Sybil Baker ... Miss Kerry
Dick Barclay ... Pretzel Man
Dean Mundy Bate ... Flower Woman
Andrew Bernard ... Sailor #1
Carrie Bridewell ... Woman in Theatre #2
Robin Craven ... Snaggs
Diane De Brett ... Yannu's Assistant
Marjorie de Voer ... Woman
Mark Elliot ... Sailor #2
Joan Engle ... Streetwalker #1
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Boris Karloff ... Sir Arthur
William MacDougall ... Bobby
Michael McAloney ... Doorman

Arnold Moss ... Yannu
Joe Nathan ... Man with Hat #1
Carl Swope ... Soldier
Walter Teschan ... Man with Hat #2
Evelyn Wall ... Woman in Theatre #1

Season 2, Episode 20: Mr. Finchley Versus the Bomb

7 January 1952

Gage Clarke ... Hoffman
Jim Davidson ... Jacobs

Arlene Francis ... Eddie Sloan

Henry Hull ... Jason W. Finchley
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Robert F. Simon ... Peterson

Harry Townes ... Hannify

Roland Winters ... General Millet

Season 2, Episode 21: Ceylon Treasure

14 January 1952

Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Ronald Long ... Dodsley

Audrey Meadows ... The Singer

Edmond O'Brien ... Rorsford

Maria Riva ... Alma

Stefan Schnabel ... Kroner

Alexander Scourby ... Hagen
Walter Teschan
Al Thaler ... Wilson
John Weaver

Season 2, Episode 22: The Sound of Waves Breaking

21 January 1952


Hugh Griffith ... Man with Cello
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
John Mylong ... Brack

Patrick O'Neal ... Sailor

Natalie Schafer ... Blanche

Kent Smith ... David Barlow

Teresa Wright ... Emily Lawrence

Season 2, Episode 23: For Goodness Sake

28 January 1952

Marden Bate ... Extra

Jack Carson ... John Mulligan
Jim Davidson ... Extra
William Hellinger ... Extra (as Bill Hellinger)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Host

June Lockhart ... Carrie Williams
Helen Ludlam ... Extra
Edgar Stehli ... Pa Williams
Victor Thorley ... Bartender
Fredd Wayne ... Bert Oliver

Walter Matthau ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Kelly

4 February 1952


Geraldine Brooks ... Odette
Marcel Hillaire ... Frenchman
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Horace McMahon ... Captain Hodges

Robert Preston ... Kelly

Jack Warden ... Sergeant Stivers

Season 2, Episode 25: The Game of Chess

11 February 1952

Marden Bate ... Footman

Hugh Griffith ... Constantine
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Will Kuluva ... Joseph

Vincent Price ... Christoff

Season 2, Episode 26: Life, Liberty and Orrin Dudley

18 February 1952

Roy Baime ... Extra

Jackie Cooper ... Orrin Dudley
Roy Fant ... Pa
Tom Glazer ... Guitarist
William Hellinger ... Extra (as Bill Hellinger)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Grace Kelly ... Beth
Helen Ludlam ... Extra
Maurice Manson ... Mayor
Edith Meiser ... Ma
Evelyn Wall ... Mrs. Jeffers

Season 2, Episode 27: The Bargain

25 February 1952


Robert Coote ... Stephen

James Daly ... Brigida
Diane De Brett ... Felicia
William Hellinger ... Extra (as Bill Hellinger)

Celeste Holm ... Katherine Case
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
John Moore ... Borland

Audie Murphy ... Extra
Shirley Standlee ... Extra
Walter Teschan ... Extra

Season 2, Episode 28: Night Be Quiet

3 March 1952

Lloyd Gough ... Ben
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Alfred Neal ... Neal

Sylvia Sidney ... Joyce

Season 2, Episode 29: The Promotion

10 March 1952


Richard Carlyle ... Steve

Anne Jackson ... Sara
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Thomas Mitchell ... Ralp Burgess
Clifford Sales ... Johnny

Season 2, Episode 30: The Foggy, Foggy Dew

17 March 1952


James Barton ... The Stranger
Richard Bishop ... Father

James Dean ... Kyle McCallum
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Muriel Kirkland ... Mother

Season 2, Episode 31: Julie

24 March 1952

Gene Blakely ... Jack

Jerome Cowan ... Rollo
Loretta Daye ... Dorothy
John Dorman ... Extra
Georgia Harvey ... Extra

Miriam Hopkins ... Julie Arden
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 32: The Taste

31 March 1952

Peter Forster ... The Boy
Renee Gadd ... Mother
Margaret Grindell ... The Girl
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Ronald Long ... Extra

Peter Lorre ... Richard Pratt
Oswald Marshall ... Extra (as Robert Oswald Marshall)
Frederic Tozere ... Father

Season 2, Episode 33: Man at Bay

7 April 1952

Leo Bayard ... Harry

Broderick Crawford ... David

George Roy Hill ... Mark
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Carmen Mathews ... Milly

Walter Matthau ... Intermission Guest
Gloria McGehee ... Sheila
Anthony Ross ... Pete

Jack Weston ... Bill

Season 2, Episode 34: Decision

14 April 1952

Constance Coleman ... Secretary

Peggy Conklin ... Mary
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Burgess Meredith ... David

Addison Richards ... Michaels

Season 2, Episode 35: Operation Weekend

21 April 1952

Marcel Hillaire ... Pierre
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Ian Keith ... Dr. Landor

Richard Kiley ... Dan
Lloyd Knight ... Jim

Angela Lansbury ... Lucy Landor

Season 2, Episode 36: Salad Days

28 April 1952
The adventures of law student Bellamy Partridge's at school and his quest to wed Judy Dwinelle.
Leta Bonynge ... Maid
Gage Clarke ... Justice of the Peace
Parker Fennelly ... Judge

Peggy Ann Garner ... Judy
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Enid Markey ... Mother

Roddy McDowall ... Bellamy Partridge
Iggie Wolfington ... Ward

Season 2, Episode 37: Masquerade

5 May 1952

Bob Craven ... General Travers (as Robert Craven)

George Roy Hill ... George
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Host

Margaret Phillips ... Jeanne Allison

Basil Rathbone ... Sir Paul Maxim
Frederic Warriner ... Johnson (as Fred Warriner)

Season 2, Episode 38: Marriage Is the Beginning

12 May 1952


Donald Curtis ... Walter
Katherine Gregg ... Extra
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Diana Lynn ... Louise Franklin
Roger Price ... Rex
Rosamond Vance ... Gossiping Woman

Blanche Yurka ... Mother-in-Law

Season 2, Episode 39: Ferry Crisis at Friday Point

19 May 1952
An old man has a small ferry boat on which he takes goods and passengers back and forth across the river of a small Midwestern town. One day the town's leaders decide that they'll build a bridge from the town across the river, which would enable them to bring even more goods and visitors to the town, but it will put the old ferryman out of business.
Katharine Bard ... Ellen
Lauren Chapin ... Daugther

Florence Eldridge ... Emma
Neil Fitzgerald ... Extra
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Henry Jones ... Jim
John Kullers ... Extra

Fredric March ... Captain Matt
Tom McElhaney ... Sheriff
Dan Morgan ... Clyde
Ralph Robertson ... Extra
Arthur Row ... Second Passenger

Robert F. Simon ... Jeff
G. Albert Smith ... Blake
Walter Teschan ... Third Passenger

Roland Winters ... Greenleaf

Season 2, Episode 40: Pattern for Glory

26 May 1952

Sanford Bickart ... Producer

Robert Cummings ... Farley
Svea Grunfeld ... Anne
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Robert Dale Martin ... First Actor

Addison Powell ... Second Actor

Sylvia Sidney ... Laura Barrie

Season 2, Episode 41: Garneau '83

2 June 1952


Janet Beecher ... Kate Walburn
Lili Darvas ... Marie
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Geoffrey Lumb ... Perry

Reinhold Schünzel ... Robert Owens

Season 2, Episode 42: The Lesson

9 June 1952


Nancy Coleman ... Mrs. Aldrid
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Geraldine Page ... Neighbor

Gene Raymond ... John Aldrid

Season 2, Episode 43: Gilia

16 June 1952


Edward Binns ... Silas
Isobel Elsom ... Watkins
Ernest Graves ... David
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Leueen MacGrath ... Gilia

Season 2, Episode 44: Welcome Home, Lefty

23 June 1952

Jack Dimond ... Bartender (as Jack Diamond)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Richard McMurray ... Barney

Chester Morris ... Lefty

Don Murray ... Jimmy
Jan Sherwood ... Helen

Robert F. Simon ... Joey

Season 2, Episode 45: I Can't Remember

30 June 1952


Robert Alda ... Rusty Miller
Pan Bourke ... Mrs. Malone

Ralph Dunn ... Mitch
Steve Gethers ... Suber
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Julia Meade ... Esther
Thomas Walsh ... Tolen

Season 2, Episode 46: Lady from Washington

7 July 1952


Constance Cummings ... Intermission Guest
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Season 2, Episode 47: Son Wanted

14 July 1952

Aina Niemela ... Garbo Jones
Joe Maross ... Young Man

Jean Adair ... Miss Lizzie
Helen Donaldson ... Nurse
Jimmy Little ... Policeman (as James Little)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Season 2, Episode 48: Brigadier

21 July 1952

Ralph Clanton ... Maj. Morey

Philip Coolidge ... Lt. Col. Finley

Skip Homeier ... The Spy

Henry Hull ... Brig. Gen. William Elred
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Lauris Lambert ... Miss Rainer
Martin Newman ... Orderly Jackson

Addison Richards ... Col. Bessette

Jack Warden ... Capt. Giluley

Season 2, Episode 49: Two Pale Horsemen

28 July 1952

Ralph Allen ... Radio Man
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Martin Newman ... Johnny
Anthony Ross ... Rusty
Victor Thorley ... Eppikuk
Pamela Vitucci ... Witch Doctor
Marian Winters ... Jean Nelson

Season 2, Episode 50: Two Make Four

4 August 1952


Nana Bryant ... Mrs. Carter
Louis Scholle ... Robbie
Johnny Coleman ... Dickie
Curtis Cooksey ... Mr. Wainwright
Isobel Price ... Mrs. LIndsey
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Season 2, Episode 51: The Orchard

11 August 1952


Geraldine Brooks ... Doraleen Perkins

Peggy Ann Garner ... Girl

Skip Homeier ... Les Prince
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Henry Jones ... Dan

Anne Seymour ... Hannah
John Shellie ... Mose
Tyra Vaughn ... Elizabeth

Season 2, Episode 52: You Be the Bad Guy

18 August 1952

Rudy Bond ... Other Detective

Macdonald Carey ... Dan Shelvin

Joe De Santis ... Wylie

Biff Elliot ... Jamie

William Harrigan ... Captain Vansky
William Hellinger ... Extra
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Robert Dale Martin ... First Policeman
Andrew Sibilia ... Second Policeman
Joe Verdi ... Abernathy

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Magnolia Touch

25 August 1952


Donald Cook ... Roger
June Dayton ... Lucy Lee

Nina Foch ... Terry
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

John Newland
Jamie Smith ... Mark

Jack Weston ... Elevator Man

Season 3, Episode 2: The Return of Ulysses

1 September 1952


Glenn Anders ... Richard Morgan
Roy Baime ... Extra
Sybil Baker ... Son's Secretary

Cedric Hardwicke ... Robert Malcolm (as Sir Cedric Hardwicke)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Henrietta Moore ... Wife's Secretary
Dorothy Peterson ... Wife

William Redfield ... Son

Addison Richards ... Gen. Spencer
Walter Teschan ... Extra

Season 3, Episode 3: Ile

8 September 1952


Fay Bainter ... Annie Keeney

James Daly ... Mate
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Gene Lockhart ... David Keeney

Frank Maxwell ... Harpooner

Season 3, Episode 4: Stone's Throw

15 September 1952

Parker Fennelly ... Dad Campbell
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Angela Lansbury ... Tina Rafferty

Jeffrey Lynn ... Ralph Caswell
Joshua Shelley ... Pete

Season 3, Episode 5: Happily, But Not Forever

22 September 1952


Bramwell Fletcher ... President Maynard
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Malcolm Keen ... Dean Truitt

June Lockhart ... Sally Eaton

Robert Preston ... Isaac Eaton

Season 3, Episode 6: A Message for Janice

29 September 1952


Peggy Allenby ... Mrs. Towers
Royal Beal ... Mr. Towers

George Chandler ... Newspaper Man

Jackie Cooper ... Dave Carter

George Hall ... Desk Clerk
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Grace Kelly ... Janice
Evelyn Wall ... Maid

Season 3, Episode 7: Legacy of Love

6 October 1952

Francis Bethencourt ... Jean

Corinne Calvet ... Mouche

Steven Hill ... Hank
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Louise Larabee ... Opera Singer

Gaby Rodgers ... Ninette (as Gaby Rogers)
Earl Rowe ... Extra

Leni Stengel ... Madame Hortense

Season 3, Episode 8: The Country Lawyer

20 October 1952

Harry Antrim ... Judge

Whit Bissell ... Rev. Trumbull
Dorothy Blackburn ... Wife

Russell Collins ... Ezra
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Helen Ludlam ... Extra
Oswald Marshall ... Extra (as Robert Oswald Marshall)
Buzz Martin ... Son (as Buzzy Martin)
John McGovern ... Bottomley the Lawyer

Thomas Mitchell ... Sam Partridge
Charles Thompson ... Storekeeper

Season 3, Episode 9: Three Hours Between Planes

27 October 1952

Joseph Anthony ... Donald
Anita Bayless ... Wilma
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Lilli Palmer ... Nancy
Frank Tweddell ... Newsman

Season 3, Episode 10: The Face of Autumn

3 November 1952

Roy Baime ... Extra
Anna Berger ... Mrs. Paletto
Frank Campanella ... Mr. Paletto
Tony Canzoneri ... Packy

Bill Erwin ... Reporter
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
John Kullers ... Extra

Pat O'Brien ... George Morrell

Anne Seymour ... Helen

Season 3, Episode 11: Something to Celebrate

10 November 1952

Anna Appel ... Frau Schmidt

Nils Asther ... Baron Hauser
Eva Gerson ... Secretary

Signe Hasso ... Else Kralik
Alfred Hesse ... Second Bookkeeper
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Walter Kohler ... Waiter
E.A. Krumschmidt

Paul Lukas ... Franz Kralik
Elsa Monnard ... Milliner
Walter Teschan ... Extra

Wolfgang Zilzer ... First Bookkeeper (as Paul Andor)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Man Who Struck It Rich

17 November 1952


Floyd Buckley ... One-Eye

Barry Fitzgerald ... Barry Flynn
Neil Fitzgerald ... Bartender
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Barry Macollum ... Otto
Peg Mayo ... Bridget
Tom McElhaney ... Piano Player

Una O'Connor ... Reverand Mother

Rex O'Malley ... Bank Teller
William Portrude ... Record Salesman
Naomi Riordan ... Sister Mary Margaret

Arthur Shields ... Michael
Ann Sullivan ... Caroline

Season 3, Episode 13: The Hill

24 November 1952

Gage Clarke ... Walters
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Mercedes McCambridge ... Chris

Biff McGuire ... Second Soldier

Herbert Rudley ... Gage
John Shellie ... Pop
Victor Thorley ... Colonel

Harry Townes ... Kidwell

Jack Weston ... Third Soldier

Season 3, Episode 14: Amo, Amas, Amat

1 December 1952

Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Ralph Meeker ... Nicky Hanks

Lizabeth Scott ... Margaret Bailey
Harold Shadwell ... First Intern
Oliver Thorndike ... Walter
John Weaver ... Second Intern

Season 3, Episode 15: Fear

8 December 1952

Noel Coleman ... First Chauffeur

Bramwell Fletcher ... Doctor
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Boris Karloff ... Larkin

Gene Lockhart ... Sir George

Ruth McDevitt ... Mrs. Wheaton
Dan Morgan ... Attendant
Winston Ross ... Second Chauffeur

Season 3, Episode 16: Song for a Banjo

15 December 1952

Harry Antrim ... Lem Grant
Gage Clarke ... Henry Totter

Nat 'King' Cole ... Horace Hambleton
Harry Davis ... Shop Owner

Nancy Guild ... Julia Bartlett

Dick Haymes ... Dan Shepherd

Olin Howland ... Sheriff (as Olin Howlin)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Tom McElhaney ... Man Shopper
Maida Reade ... Man Shopper's Wife

Season 3, Episode 17: A Child Is Born

22 December 1952

Season 3, Episode 18: The Key

29 December 1952

Donald Buka ... Tommy

Donald Cook ... Bruce Wallace

Nina Foch ... Jane Conway
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Lloyd Knight ... Patient
Allen Nourse ... Dr. Walker

Season 3, Episode 19: Two for Tea

5 January 1953


Brian Aherne ... Reggie
Philippa Bevans ... Waitress
Robert Fletcher ... Second policeman
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Nancy Marchand ... Phyllis
Oswald Marshall ... Gallery attendant

Rex O'Malley ... First policeman

Margaret Phillips ... Penelope

Cyril Ritchard ... Arnold

Viola Roache ... Mrs. Brooke
Tyra Vaughn ... Charlotte

Season 3, Episode 20: Thanks for a Lovely Evening

12 January 1953


Art Carney ... Curley
Jack Dimond ... Counterman (as Jack Diamond)
Marcel Hillaire ... Headwaiter
Patricia Hosley ... Gladie (as Pat Hosley)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Veronica Lake ... Beverly

Jeffrey Lynn ... Tom

Season 3, Episode 21: Ti Babette

19 January 1953

Sybil Baker ... Miss Peters

Corinne Calvet ... Ti Babette

Scott Forbes ... Duncan
Robert Gardett (as Robert Gardette)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Cameron Prud'Homme ... Father

Leni Stengel ... Dress Fitter

Season 3, Episode 22: The Inn of Eagles

26 January 1953


Macdonald Carey ... Major Slocum
Marcel Hillaire ... Frenchman
Maureen Hurley ... Mary
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Nicholas Joy ... Frobisher

Brian Keith ... Happy (as Robert Keith Jr.)
Victor Wood ... Cavendish

Season 3, Episode 23: The White Gown

2 February 1953


Walter Abel ... Father
Valerie Cossart ... Mother
Dorothy Elder ... Professor's Wife
Marcel Hillaire ... Headwaiter
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Georgann Johnson ... Maggie

John Kerr ... Tony
Geoffrey Lumb ... Professor

Margaret O'Brien ... Laura
William Penn ... Bob
Ethel Remey ... Chaperone

Season 3, Episode 24: A Bouquet for Caroline

9 February 1953


Dean Harens ... the Young Man
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Luise Rainer ... Caroline

Lilia Skala ... The Housekeeper

Season 3, Episode 25: Miss Marlowe at Play

16 February 1953


Binnie Barnes ... Miss Marlowe

Robert Coote ... Joe Worton
Isobel Elsom ... Ethel
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Basil Rathbone ... Ambrose Wallington

Season 3, Episode 26: Autumn Nocturne

23 February 1953


Robert Armstrong ... Dr. Hoffman
Katherine Gregg
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Dulcie Jordan ... Ellie
Doreen Lang ... Nurse

Viveca Lindfors ... Julie

Robert Sterling ... David

Season 3, Episode 27: A Time for Heroes

2 March 1953

Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Dennis O'Keefe ... Mack

Marian Seldes ... May

Jean Stapleton ... Teacher
Eugene Steiner ... Student
Paul Tripp ... Paul
Ken Walken ... Martin (as Kenneth Walken)

Season 3, Episode 28: One of Those Things

9 March 1953


Louise Allbritton ... Mavis Bryson
Louise Buckley ... Ellen Dorson

Donald Cook ... Tad Bryson

Cathy Downs ... Commercial
Janet Fox ... Miss Marbury

Nancy Guild ... Angela Gray
Will Hare ... Mike Walters
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Season 3, Episode 29: The Wednesday Wish

16 March 1953

Gage Clarke ... Mayor Patrick

Charles Dingle ... Mr. Brown
Amy Douglass ... Miss Winters

James Gregory ... Mac

Josephine Hull ... Mom Baker
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Mike Kellin ... George
Doro Merande ... Miss Sandow

Season 3, Episode 30: One for the Road

23 March 1953


Val Avery ... Hank
Dan Healy ... Mickey Dunn
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Mary James ... Rose Dunn
Robert P. Lieb ... Berger
Paul Lipson ... Mike McKenzie

Dickie Moore ... Carter Lockwood

Pat O'Brien ... Charley Hackett
Alonzo Rosan ... Andy

Season 3, Episode 31: The Brooch

2 April 1953

Tillie Born ... Clara

Dan Duryea ... Howard Boyd

Sally Forrest ... Amy Boyd
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Mildred Natwick ... Mrs. Boyd
Alan Shayne ... Narrator

Margaret Wycherly ... Mrs. Murchison

Season 3, Episode 32: With Glory and Honor

9 April 1953

Red Barber ... Baseball Narration
Louise Buckley ... Mary

Alan Carney ... Max

Wendell Corey ... Dante
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Nancy Kelly ... Clare
Casey Walters ... Harold

Season 3, Episode 33: Measure for Greatness

16 April 1953


Bruce Bennett ... Dr. Grant

Marlene Cameron ... Julie

Andrew Duggan ... Karl
Dorothy Elder ... Mrs. Crandall
Pud Flanagan ... Joe

Arlene Francis ... Anne

Skip Homeier ... Gig
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Barbara Karen ... Betsy

Millard Mitchell ... Larry

Season 3, Episode 34: Long Distance

23 April 1953

Richard Abbott ... Warden

Doris Belack ... Chicago Operator

Floyd Buckley ... Henderson
Helen Donaldson ... Miss Milton
Earl George ... Man at Depot

Miriam Hopkins ... Bertha Jacks
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Lila Lee ... Mrs. McLean
Henrietta Moore ... Info Operator

Rosemary Murphy ... Oakland Operator
Eleanor Wright ... New York Operator

Season 3, Episode 35: The Ascent of Alfred Fishkettle

30 April 1953

Francis Bethencourt ... Godolphin Cfoliot
Jean Cook ... Effie Bracegirdle
Isobel Elsom ... Mrs. Fishkettle
Carl Harbord ... Announcer
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Jack Lemmon ... Alfred Fishkettle

Robert Newton ... Mr. Fishkettle

Viola Roache ... Mrs. Bracegirdle

Season 3, Episode 36: Listen, He's Proposing!

7 May 1953


Tom Drake ... Gary Morgan
Eda Heinemann ... Mrs. Mathews
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Sherry Jackson ... Ruthie Hammond

Phyllis Kirk ... Lucy Hammond
Donald McClelland ... Mr. Jankins
Milton Parsons ... Mr. Morgan
Maida Reade ... Mrs. Jenkins
Adnia Rice ... Mrs. Carter
Maud Shearer ... Mrs. Nichols (as Maud Scheerer)
Harry Sheppard ... Granddad

Ann Shoemaker ... Mrs. Morgan

Nydia Westman ... Mrs. Hammond

David Winters ... Stu Morgan

Season 3, Episode 37: The Betrayer

14 May 1953


Richard Carlyle ... Detective

Bruce Gordon ... Labrutte
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Grace Kelly ... Meg
Louis Lytton ... Mac

Robert Preston ... Tom
Doris Rich ... Mrs. Curtis

Season 3, Episode 38: Tunnel Job

21 May 1953


Brian Donlevy ... Dan Carmody
Griff Evans ... Powder Monkey
Joseph Foley ... Folger

Olin Howland ... Pete Walters (as Olin Howlin)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
George Matthews ... Mike

Ruth Warrick ... Anna Carmody
Andrew Bernard ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 39: Lost Sunday

28 May 1953


Frank Albertson ... Mr. Edgar

James Gregory ... Mr. Randolph

Celeste Holm ... Miss Prynne
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Patric Knowles ... Mr. Morley
Ethel Remey ... Customer

Season 3, Episode 40: Ten Days to Forever

4 June 1953

Richard Bishop ... Major Foster

Bart Burns ... Buddy
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Lloyd Knight ... Sid
Tom McElhaney ... Sheriff

Ann Shoemaker ... Mrs. Foster

Barry Sullivan ... Jeff Foster
Joan Vohs ... Lou Willis
Leonard Yorr ... Prison Guard

Season 3, Episode 41: Make Believe Bride

11 June 1953


Glenn Anders ... Mr. Stone
Chandler Cowles ... Judson Smith

Don DeFore ... Stan
Ann Dere ... Mrs. Harrison
Mary Finney ... Mrs. Kelly
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Fred Kareman ... Bellhop

Lizabeth Scott ... Betsy

Season 3, Episode 42: Wind on the Way

18 June 1953

Gage Clarke ... Colonel Burt Stander
Isobel Elsom ... Mrs. Forbes

Margaret Hamilton ... Charity Ames
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Ralph Nelson ... Dick McKettrick

Phyllis Thaxter ... Diana Forbes

Season 3, Episode 43: This Is Jimmy Merrill

25 June 1953

Henry Bernard ... Larry

Donald Briggs ... Scott Henderson (as Don Briggs)

Louise Collins ... Julia (as Louise King)

Madge Evans ... Sylvia
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

Millard Mitchell ... Jimmy Merrill

Season 3, Episode 44: Force of Circumstance

2 July 1953


Robert Alda ... Paul Oxford

Wyrley Birch ... Judge

Lisa Ferraday ... Jean
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
William Kemp ... Martin
Maurice Manson ... Detective Captain
Cameron Prud'Homme ... Mr. Brakeland
Anthony Ross ... Detective Grant

Season 3, Episode 45: Tango

9 July 1953

Anita Bayless ... Mrs. Conners

Joan Blondell ... May

James Dunn ... Joey
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Allen Nourse ... Treasury Man

Season 3, Episode 46: The Corporal and the Lady

16 July 1953

Leo Bayard ... Garrity

Eddie Bracken ... Larry

Philip Coolidge ... Major
Robert Gardett (as Robert Gardette)
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer
Lloyd Knight ... Henderson
Gloria Marlowe ... Sable

Harold J. Stone ... Sam

Jack Warden ... Miller

Season 3, Episode 47: A Man in the Kitchen

23 July 1953


Charlotte Austin ... Marie

Nancy Guild ... Nora
Jay Jackson ... Himself - Announcer

William Lundigan ... Jim
Maurice Manson ... Mr. Coggins
Doris Rich ... Mrs. Coggins

Season 3, Episode 48: The Odyssey of Jeffrey Sewell

30 July 1953

Lawrence Fletcher ... B.G. Peters
Janet Fox ... Miss Carroll
Dorothy Greener ... Salesgirl
Lulu B. King ... Maid

Dennis O'Keefe ... Jeff Sewell
Joan Vohs ... Intermission Guest

Patrice Wymore ... Gretchen Oliver

Season 3, Episode 49: Something to Live For

6 August 1953

Season 3, Episode 50: Lovely Day

13 August 1953

Season 3, Episode 51: Women Who Wait

20 August 1953

Season 3, Episode 52: Some Call It Love

27 August 1953

Season 3, Episode 53: Message in a Bottle

3 September 1953

Julie Bennett ... Miss Williams
Ken Carpenter ... Announcer
Larry Carr ... Mr. Randolph

George Macready ... Mr. Cloud

Maureen O'Sullivan ... Agnes Fisher
George Pembroke ... Mr. Bascom

Ronald Reagan ... Merle Fisher
Steven Terrell ... Bellboy
Charles Victor ... Mr. Gordon

Season 3, Episode 54: The Second Meeting

10 September 1953

Ralph Brooks ... Soldier

Jeanne Cagney ... Intermission Guest
Ken Carpenter ... Announcer

Frank Lovejoy ... Clark
Paul Power ... Chaplain

Craig Stevens ... Scott

Harry Tyler ... Joe Miller

Arleen Whelan ... Laura

Season 3, Episode 55: Witness for the Prosecution

17 September 1953
Leonard Vole is arrested on suspicion of murdering an elderly acquaintance. He employs an experienced but aging barrister as his defense attorney.
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Leo Curley ... Judge

Tom Drake ... Leonard Vole
Thomas Browne Henry ... Judge

Andrea King ... Romaine Vole / Mrs. Mogson

Edward G. Robinson ... Sir Wilfrid Robarts

Mamie Van Doren ... Intermission Guest

Season 3, Episode 56: Return to Alsace

24 September 1953


Leon Askin ... Gustave

Scott Brady ... Mark
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Suzanne Dalbert ... Lisa

Eduard Franz ... Emil

Greta Granstedt ... Johanna
Barbara Ruick ... Intermission Guest
Hans Moebus ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 57: Anniversary

1 October 1953

Myrtle Anderson ... Extra

Warner Anderson ... Jim
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Chick Chandler ... George
Diana Dawson ... Nurse
Elisabeth Fraser ... Helen
Grandon Rhodes ... Dr. Mason

Phyllis Thaxter ... Fran

Joan Weldon ... Intermission Guest

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Moon for Linda

8 October 1953

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Ruth Hussey ... Irene

Barbara Lawrence ... Linda

Carl Benton Reid ... Jeff

Ann Robinson ... Intermission Guest

Carleton Young ... Carleton

Season 4, Episode 2: Guilty Knowledge

15 October 1953

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Frances Dee ... Louise

Stephen McNally ... Harry

Dorothy Patrick ... Intermission Guest

Dan Tobin ... Paul

Season 4, Episode 3: The Cruel Time

22 October 1953


Jean-Pierre Aumont ... Georges
Cynthia Bell ... Intermission Guest
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Nancy Gates ... Laurette
Pat Kaskel ... Extra
Edward Rohmer ... Pianist

John Wengraf ... Landau

Marie Windsor ... Phyliss

Season 4, Episode 4: The Return of Socko Renard

29 October 1953

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Broderick Crawford ... Socko Renard
Nick Dennis ... Tony

James Flavin ... Steve

Irene Hervey ... Patricia

Selmer Jackson ... Dr. Allen

Benny Rubin ... Headwaiter

Elaine Stewart ... Intermission Guest

Lyle Talbot ... Paul
Charles Watts ... Wilson

Season 4, Episode 5: Will Power

5 November 1953


Don Beddoe ... Paul
Nan Boardman ... Livia
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Charles Coburn ... Pa Harrington

Dolores Dorn ... Intermission Guest
Margaret Field ... Emily

Jimmy Lydon ... D. Crockett Weeks (as James Lydon)
Anne O'Neal ... Amelia Jennings

Arthur Space ... Max
Douglas Spencer ... Jonas

Season 4, Episode 6: Lady of Suspicion

12 November 1953


Ray Bennett ... Sheriff
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Faith Domergue ... Sue Dawson
Suk-hie Kang ... Laundress

Edmond O'Brien ... Mike Dixon

Season 4, Episode 7: The Moment of the Rose

19 November 1953


Charlotte Austin ... Intermission Guest
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
James Craven ... Mr. Carrington

Claude Dauphin ... Paul

Patricia Morison ... Mrs. Carrington
Mickey Simpson ... Doorman

George E. Stone ... Carl

Beverly Washburn ... Jeanne

Stuart Hall ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Three Just Men

10 December 1953


James Best ... Clem Wallace
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Steve Cochran ... Luke Martens

John Dierkes ... Jeb Bricker
Joyce Lake ... Effie

Jack Lambert ... Simmons

Ann Miller ... Intermission Guest
Jeane Wood ... Maw

Season 4, Episode 9: A Bouquet for Millie

17 December 1953


Don Beddoe ... Judge

Nana Bryant ... Mother-in-law
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Gower Champion ... Tim

Marge Champion ... Millie

John Doucette ... Bartender
Marilyn Erskine ... Intermission Guest
Francis Pierlot ... Florist

Season 4, Episode 10: Call Off the Wedding

7 January 1954

Carol Brewster ... Lilly
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Pauline Drake ... Winnie

Joanne Dru ... Nancy

Rita Moreno ... Herself - Intermission Guest

Alex Nicol ... Hank
Tyra Vaughn ... Dorothy

Season 4, Episode 11: All Dressed in White

14 January 1954


Steve Brodie ... Mac

Richard Carlson ... John
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Phyllis Kirk ... Mary

Vera Miles ... Herself - Intermission Guest

Season 4, Episode 12: The Bachelor of Grandby Oaks

21 January 1954


Robert Anderson ... Greg (as Bob Anderson)

Sheila Bromley ... Lucy

Macdonald Carey ... Colby
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Benson Fong ... Alexander

Nancy Kelly ... Sheila

Season 4, Episode 13: A Place in the Sun

28 January 1954
A poor boy gets a job working for his rich uncle and ends up falling in love with two women.

Ann Blyth

Raymond Burr
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Pat Crowley ... Intermission Guest

John Derek ... George Eastman
Marilyn Erskine ... Alice Tripp
Paul Frees
Theresa Harris

Louis Jean Heydt

Herbert Heyes
Paul Maxey

Ronald Reagan ... Guest Host

Regis Toomey
Robert Haines ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: The Small Glass Bottle

4 February 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

George Chandler ... Fred

Ann Doran ... Rose

Miriam Hopkins ... Margaret

Selmer Jackson ... Dr. Curlin

Joan Weldon ... Herself - Intermission Guest

Season 4, Episode 15: Shall Not Perish

11 February 1954


Fay Bainter ... Mrs. Grier

Trevor Bardette ... Mr. Grier

Raymond Burr ... Major Blakestone
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Dayton Lummis ... Captain McLandon

Vera Miles ... Intermission Guest

Clarence Muse ... Albert

Tom Powers ... Minister

Tommy Rettig ... Jody

Harry Tyler ... Willie

Season 4, Episode 16: Final Round

18 February 1954


Richard Benedict ... Al
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Larry Chance ... Coyle

Wendell Corey ... Herb

Joseph Crehan ... Doctor

Martha Hyer ... Lois
William Justine ... Commissioner (as Bill Justine)

George Wallace ... Whitey

Season 4, Episode 17: Borrowed Wife

25 February 1954

Kay Baker ... Amy

Lee Bowman ... Michael
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Madge Kennedy ... Ma Glover
Larry Kerr ... Henry

Diana Lynn ... Ellen

Howard Negley ... Pa Glover

Season 4, Episode 18: Miracle at the Waldorf

4 March 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Chick Chandler ... Herb

George Chandler ... Mr. Hollis
Mary Alan Hokanson ... Miss Foster

Celia Lovsky ... Mrs. Leitner

Paul Lukas ... Dr. Leitner

Joan Weldon ... Patricia Dean

Season 4, Episode 19: Call Me Mrs.

11 March 1954


Kirk Alyn ... Bill Waterman

Hugh Beaumont ... George
Lela Bliss ... Worthy
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Laraine Day ... Lydia

James Griffith ... Henry Jackson

Mary Ellen Kay ... Herself - Intermission Guest
Jan Kayne ... Betty Thompson
Kay Stewart ... Sally Jackson

Season 4, Episode 20: The Exposure of Michael O'Reilly

18 March 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Roger Face ... Joseph Olesker
Helen Mayon ... Mrs. O'Reilly

Victor McLaglen ... Michael O'Reilly

Vera Miles ... Maureen O'Reilly
John Patrick ... Finnegan

Karen Sharpe ... Herself - Intermission Guest

Arthur Shields ... Uncle Dan

Season 4, Episode 21: Spent in Silence

25 March 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Wilton Graff ... Mr. Grant

John Hudson ... Larry
Marjie Millar ... Intermission Guest

Nancy Olson ... Lisa

Season 4, Episode 22: The Way I Feel

1 April 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Michael Chapin ... George

Mae Clarke ... Mother

Joseph Crehan ... Doctor
Sheilah Graham ... Intermission Guest (Hollywood Columnist)

Dwayne Hickman ... Charlie
Sydney Mason ... Father
Michael Morrow ... Pete

Margaret O'Brien ... Elaine

Season 4, Episode 23: Pick of the Litter

8 April 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Billy Chapin ... Jeremy

Myrna Dell ... Cynthia

Coleen Gray ... Intermission Guest

Harry Harvey ... Pop (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Joan Leslie ... Vanessa Cook

William Talman ... Brad Ringer

Season 4, Episode 24: The Girl Who Couldn't Cry

15 April 1954

Mary Bear
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Ellen Corby
Danny Hellman

William Hudson (as Bill Hudson)
Dayton Lummis

Gigi Perreau ... Phyllis

Phyllis Thaxter ... Anne
Susan Zanuck ... Intermission Guest

Season 4, Episode 25: Gavin's Darling

22 April 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Sheilah Graham ... Intermission Guest (Hollywood Columnist)

Jonathan Hole ... Hotel Clerk

Herbert Marshall ... Enoch Gavin

Peggy O'Connor ... Airline Clerk
Norman Rainey ... Butler

Rex Reason ... Jeff Miller (as Bart Roberts)

Barbara Rush ... Joyce Gavin

Season 4, Episode 26: A Chair for a Lady

29 April 1954

Pamela Benson ... Linda
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Ellen Corby ... Aunt

Pamela Duncan

Rita Johnson ... Intermission Guest

Angela Lansbury ... Elsa

Paul Richards ... Waldo Reynolds

Norma Varden ... Aunt

Season 4, Episode 27: Two Dozen Roses

6 May 1954

Carol Brannon ... Caroline
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Janet Gaynor ... Eleanor

Tyler MacDuff ... Mark

James Mason ... Himself - Host

Frank Wilcox ... Stanley

Season 4, Episode 28: The Queen's English

13 May 1954

Ted Avery ... Anthony Cobb
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Kenny Christie ... Mr. Wilbur (as Ken Christie)
Lizzie Eiles ... Intermission Guest

Ann Harding ... Henrietta Mekker

Gene Lockhart ... Evander Cobb
Patricia Prest ... Janice (as Pat Prest)
Erik Rhodes ... Mr. Purdy
Geraldine Wall ... MIldred Cobb

Season 4, Episode 29: Blind Fury

20 May 1954


Virginia Bruce ... Intermission Guest
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Harry Cheshire ... Mr. Briggs

Dean Jagger ... John Straley

Paul Picerni ... Dr. Murger
Sarah Selby ... Mary Straley
Moria Turner ... Maureen Drake (as Moira Turner)

Season 4, Episode 30: I'll Never Love Again

27 May 1954


Suzan Ball ... Lee
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Kathryn Givney ... Mrs. Proctor

Frieda Inescort ... Mrs. Robbins

Ruta Lee ... Marian

John Litel ... Dr. Robbins

Richard Long ... Nick

Sara Shane ... Intermission Guest (as Sarah Shane)

Season 4, Episode 31: The Outside Witness

3 June 1954

Season 4, Episode 32: Waiting for Onorio

10 June 1954


Richard Benedict ... Libero

Argentina Brunetti
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Eleanor Fanie ... Francesca at 18

Anne Francis ... Intermission Guest Interviewer

J. Carrol Naish ... Onorio
Norma Jean Nilsson ... Lugia at 16

Helen Parrish ... Intermission Guest
Renata Vanni ... Peppina

Tito Vuolo ... Caccevechia

Season 4, Episode 33: The Pretext

17 June 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Pat Crowley ... Val

Wilton Graff ... Professor Cole

John Lupton ... Jeff
Lewis Martin ... Dean Cunningham

Helen Parrish ... Intermission Guest

Season 4, Episode 34: Perished Leaves

24 June 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Kay Christopher ... Intermission Guest

Faith Domergue

Anne Francis
Maurice Hill (as Hill Maury)
Dayton Lummis
Patrick Miller

Philip Ober

Ann Rutherford ... Intermission Guest

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: To Each His Own

26 August 1954
An unwed mother, forced to give up her child to avoid scandal, follows her son's life from afar even as she prospers in business.

Mary Anderson ... Corinne
Edward Ashley ... Lord Desham

Gene Barry ... Cosgrove / Griggsy
Ron Brogan ... Mac (as Ronald Brogan)

Herbert Butterfield ... Mr. Norris (as Herb Butterfield)

Leonard Carey ... Minister
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Joan Elan ... Ida Lorimer
Walter 'PeeWee' Flannery ... Griggsy, as a child (as Walter Flannery)

Alfred Hitchcock ... Lux Video Theatre Guest

Nancy Kulp ... Daisy

Dorothy McGuire ... Jody Norris
Jan Miner ... Herself - Spry Commercials

Ottola Nesmith ... Dora
Ruth Warren ... Mrs. Ingram
Brooks West ... Alec

Season 5, Episode 2: Welcome Stranger

2 September 1954


Alexander Campbell ... Mr. Cheeley
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Bill Goodwin ... Dr. Fiston
Maurice Hill ... Ray Cheeley (as Maury Hill)

William Holden ... Himself - Host

Martha Hyer ... Trudy
J.M. Kerrigan ... Dr. Makery
Jan Miner ... Herself - Spry Commercials
Archie Mitchell ... Dr. Jenks

Elizabeth Patterson ... Dr. Gilley

Season 5, Episode 3: Christmas in July

9 September 1954
An office clerk loves entering contests in the hopes of someday winning a fortune and marrying the girl he loves. His latest attempt is the Maxford House Coffee Slogan Contest. As a joke, some of his co-workers put together a fake telegram which says that he won the $25,000 grand prize. As a result, he gets a promotion, buys presents for all of his family and friends, and proposes to his girl. When the truth comes out, he's not prepared for the consequences.

Season 5, Episode 4: Hold Back the Dawn

16 September 1954
Stopped in Mexico by U.S. Immigration, Georges Iscovescu hopes to get into the country by marrying a citizen.

Season 5, Episode 5: The Heiress

23 September 1954
A young naive woman falls for a handsome young man who her emotionally abusive father suspects is a fortune hunter.

Season 5, Episode 6: Meet Jo Cathcart

30 September 1954


Bruce Bennett ... Ben Archer

Virginia Bruce ... Jo Cathart Archer
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
June Evans ... Mollie Ryan

Joan Freeman ... Judy Archer

Beverly Garland ... Mary Lou Matthews

Van Heflin ... Himself - Guest Host

Craig Hill ... Chris Jameson
Duncan Richardson ... Junior Archer

Season 5, Episode 7: The Mansion

7 October 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Jean Howell ... Mary Fay

Olin Howland ... Bartender (as Olin Howlin)

Carole Mathews ... Thelma

Ralph Moody ... Percy Hunter

Zachary Scott ... Morgan Lacey

Mark Stevens ... Lux Video Theatre Guest

Murvyn Vye ... Stallings
Mary Young ... Mrs. Lacey

Season 5, Episode 8: A Visit from Evelyn

14 October 1954


Lynn Bari ... Evelyn
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Lillian Culver ... Vinnie
Raymond Greenleaf ... John Case

Ann Harding ... Nora Walling

Margaret Lindsay ... Herself - Hostess
Eugenia Paul ... Lucille
Jon Shepodd ... Glen
Tyra Vaughn ... Myrna

Season 5, Episode 9: An Angel Went AWOL

21 October 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Joanne Dru ... Polly
Robert Jordan ... Boy at Piano
Charlotte Knight ... Lucy Gilind

Margaret Lindsay ... Intermission Guest

Jayne Mansfield ... Girl at Piano

George Nader ... Jeremy

Angela Stevens ... Christy
Tom Ferrandini ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: September Tide

28 October 1954

Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Lisa Daniels ... Cherry
Steve Hayes ... Jimmy (as Ivan Hayes)

Margaret Lindsay ... Intermission Guest

Maureen O'Sullivan ... Stella

Mark Stevens ... Intermission Guest

John Sutton ... Evan

Philip Tonge ... Robert

Season 5, Episode 11: Imperfect Lady

4 November 1954

Colin Campbell ... Coates
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Henry Daniell ... Lord Belmont
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Montalyn

Robin Hughes ... Clive

Margaret Lindsay ... Guest
Susan Manning ... Lucy

Patricia Medina ... Millicent
Richard Perl ... Inspector Gerston
Thayer Roberts ... Henderson
George Spaulding ... Gladstone
Phyllis Stanley ... Rose
Tyra Vaughn ... Beverly

Vera-Ellen ... Guest

Season 5, Episode 12: Five Star Final

11 November 1954
The City Editor of a sleazy tabloid goes against his own journalistic ethics to resurrect a twenty year old murder case - with tragic results.
Louise Arthur ... Lottie
Ernestine Barrier ... Mrs. Weeks
Marvin Bryan ... Colby
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Host
Ken Christy ... French

Mae Clarke ... Nancy Voorhees Townsend

Delmer Daves ... Guest
George Eldredge ... Mr. Weeks
Joseph Granby ... Mortician (as Joe Granby)

Margaret Lindsay ... Guest
Dayton Lummis ... Michael Townsend
Shepard Menken ... Rooney

Frances Mercer ... Nora Fletcher

Edmond O'Brien ... Randall

Benny Rubin ... Jerry

Liam Sullivan ... Philip Weeks

Pierre Watkin ... Hinchecliffe

Joanne Woodward ... Jenny Townsend

Season 5, Episode 13: Captive City

18 November 1954

Season 5, Episode 14: A Medal for Benny

25 November 1954
Outcast Benny Martin joined the army to escape public scorn. But when the townspeople learn that he is to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor, they pretend that he and his family are cherished, eminent citizens.

Anne Bancroft ... Lolita
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

George Chandler ... Edgar
Ralph Dumke ... Kibbe

Byron Foulger ... Sam
Jim Hayward ... Smiley

Selmer Jackson ... General

Rick Jason ... Joe
Robert Lynn ... Governor

J. Carrol Naish ... Charlie

Jay Novello ... Rafael

Nestor Paiva ... Alviso

Betsy Palmer ... Intermission Guest

Frank Sully ... George
Hal Taggart ... Teller
Allegra Varron ... Mrs. Catalina
Frank Balderrama ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: Craig's Wife

2 December 1954
A domineering woman marries a wealthy man for his money, and then uses her position to further her own ambitions for money and power.

Ruth Hussey ... Harriet Craig

Lillian Bronson ... Mrs. Harold

Paul Bryar ... Gateile
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Host

Kathryn Givney ... Miss Justin
Margie Liszt ... Maisie

Kim Novak ... Herself - Intermission Guest

Philip Ober ... Walter Craig
Emilie Poule ... Mrs. Frazer
Eleanore Tanin ... Ethel

Ray Walker ... Birkaire

Season 5, Episode 16: Ladies in Retirement

9 December 1954
The housekeeper to a retired actress tries at the same time to look after her own two emotionally disturbed sisters, with dramatic results.

Edith Barrett ... Louisa
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Lisa Daniels ... Lucy
Isobel Elsom ... Leonora Fiske

Dianne Foster ... Lux Video Theatre Guest

Elsa Lanchester ... Emily

Sean McClory ... Albert

Claire Trevor ... Ellen Creed

Season 5, Episode 17: Double Indemnity

16 December 1954
An insurance rep lets himself be talked into a murder/insurance fraud scheme that arouses an insurance investigator's suspicions.
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Ray Collins ... Barton Keyes
Hal K. Dawson ... Jackson

Laraine Day ... Phyllis Dietrichson
Nancy Evans ... Woman Shopper

Herbert Heyes ... Mr. Norton

Margaret Lindsay ... Guest (after Act 3)

Frank Lovejoy ... Walter Neff
Tyler McVey ... Radio Announcer
Shepard Menken ... Sam Gorlopin
Donna Percy ... Lola
Hugh Sanders ... Mr. Dietrichson
Bill Walker ... Janitor (as William Walker)

Season 5, Episode 18: September Affair

23 December 1954
An industrialist and a pianist meet on a trip and fall in love. Through a quirk of fate, they are reported dead in a crash though they weren't on the plane. This gives them the opportunity to live together free from their previous lives. Unfortunately, this artificial arrangement leads to greater and greater stress. Eventually the situation collapses when they come to pursue their original, individual interests without choosing a common path.

Season 5, Episode 19: The Chase

30 December 1954
Chuck Scott gets a job as chauffeur to tough guy Eddie Roman; but Chuck's involvement with Eddie's fearful wife becomes a nightmare.

James Arness ... Chuck Scott

Frances Bavier ... Martha
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Margaret Lindsay ... Lux Video Theatre Guest
Patrick Miller ... Gene Morton

Pat O'Brien ... Eddie Gorman

Ruth Roman ... Lorna Gorman
Charles Watts ... Charley Gill

Season 5, Episode 20: Sunset Boulevard

6 January 1955
A hack screenwriter writes a screenplay for a former silent-film star who has faded into Hollywood obscurity.

Season 5, Episode 21: Penny Serenade

13 January 1955
A couple's big dreams give way to a life full of unexpected sadness and unexpected joy.

Paul Birch ... Doctor

Olive Blakeney ... Miss Oliver
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Lauren Chapin ... Trina

Chubby Johnson ... Applejack

Helen Kleeb ... Woman

Maureen O'Hara ... Herself - Intermission Guest

Tom Powers ... Judge

Don Taylor ... Roger

Phyllis Thaxter ... Julie

Season 5, Episode 22: Love Letters

20 January 1955

Colin Campbell ... Postman
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Judith Evelyn ... Dilly

Lumsden Hare ... Bishop

William Holden ... Intermission Guest
Charles Keane ... Roger

Doris Lloyd ... Beatrice

Diana Lynn ... Singleton

Dan O'Herlihy ... Alan

Ludwig Stössel ... Dr. Snider
Percival Vivian ... Mack

Season 5, Episode 23: So Evil My Love

27 January 1955
Olivia Harwood, missionary's widow, meets charming Mark Bellis, artist and rogue, on the ship taking them both back to 1890s London. When Olivia opens a lodging house Mark becomes her lodger, then her lover. Olivia falls so completely under amoral Mark's spell that he's able to overcome her scruples, and soon she's his willing tool in an ambitious scheme of theft and blackmail...maybe too ambitious.

Richard Aherne ... Courtney
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Paula Duncan ... Kitty
Isobel Elsom ... Miss Shoebridge
Marilyn Erskine ... Olivia
Rex Evans ... Edgar

Louis Hayward ... Mark
Donald Lawton ... Mr. Watson

Season 5, Episode 24: One Foot in Heaven

3 February 1955
Episodic look at the life of a minister and his family as they move from one parish to another.
Malcolm Attenberg ... Potter
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Jack Dimond ... Hartzell (as Jack Diamond)

Ellen Drew ... Mrs. Spence
Ralph Dumke ... Thurston

Diane Jergens ... Eileen

Patsy Kelly

Hugh Marlowe ... Reverend Spence

Charles Meredith ... Dr. Romer

Isabel Randolph ... Mrs. Sandow

Aldo Ray ... Intermission Guest
Charles Seel ... Haskins
Edgar Sterle ... Ramson

Minerva Urecal ... Mrs. Thorston
Larry White ... Fraser

Season 5, Episode 25: A Bell for Adano

10 February 1955
Major Joppolo and his men are assigned to restore order to the war-torn Italian town of Adano. He has to manage getting supplies into town without interfering with troop movements, all the while dealing with colorful citizens of the town. One of his quests is to replace the bell which orders the town's life.

Fortunio Bonanova ... Gargano

Charles Bronson ... Sergeant Borth
Ken Carpenter ... Announcer
Paul Cesari ... D'Arpa
Joe Duval ... Basilo
Ruth Gillis ... Woman

James Mason ... Himself - Host

Edmond O'Brien ... Maj. Jepelo
Vicente Padula ... Erbo (as Vincent Padula)
Inez Palange ... Woman
George Pierrone ... Corporal Trapani

Frank Puglia ... Father Pensovecchio

Elliott Reid ... Lt. Livingston
Felix Romano ... Spinato
Oreste Seragnoli ... Dresi

Dan Tobin ... Captain Purvis

Michael Vallon ... Bellianca

Tito Vuolo ... Zito

Season 5, Episode 26: The Copperhead

17 February 1955
Milt Shanks lives a shamed life, hated by his neighbors for having been a traitor to the North in the American Civil War. But Shanks carries with him a secret, one he promised Abraham Lincoln to tell no one.
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Mason Alan Dinehart ... Joey (as Alan Dinehart III)

Betty Field ... Martha Shanks / Madeline
Richard Garland ... Hardy as a Young Man

John Ireland ... Milt Shanks

Helen Kleeb ... Mrs. Manning

John Lupton ... Philip Manning
Patrick Miller ... Gillespie as a Young Man

Ralph Moody ... Gillespie as Old Man
George Pal ... Lux Video Theatre Guest

William Schallert ... Sam Carter

Dan White ... Len Tollard

Ian Wolfe ... The Rev. Andrews

Season 5, Episode 27: So Dark the Night

24 February 1955
A renowned and relentless Paris detective takes his first vacation in eleven years at a small inn in the French countryside. There he meets and falls in love with the hotelier's daughter, who had been betrothed to a neighboring farmer, but who hopes to marry him and move to Paris. On the evening of their engagement, both the fiancée and the farmer disappear. What has happened to them? Who is responsible? Can the famed detective apply his talents to a rural mystery?

Edgar Barrier ... Dr. Boucourt
Eugene Borden ... Pierre Michaud
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Ann Codee ... Mama Michaud

Donald Crisp ... Himself - Intermission Guest

Suzanne Dalbert ... Nanette Michaud
Hal Gerard ... Antoine

Madeleine Taylor Holmes ... Widow Bridello (as Madeleine Holmes)

Leonard Penn ... Jeon
Steven Ritch ... Leon Archard

Joseph Schildkraut ... Henri Cassin

John Sebastian ... Georges (as Julio Sebastian)

Season 5, Episode 28: Casablanca

3 March 1955
Set in unoccupied Africa during the early days of World War II: An American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications.

Season 5, Episode 29: The Life of Emile Zola

10 March 1955
The biopic of the famous French muckraking writer and his involvement in fighting the injustice of the Dreyfuss Affair.

Season 5, Episode 30: It Grows on Trees

17 March 1955
What happens when an American family gets two trees that grow spendable money.
Robert Bruce ... Policeman

Alexander Campbell ... Carrollman
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Lauren Chapin ... Midge Baxter

Richard H. Cutting ... Leatherbee (as Richard Cutting)

Dabbs Greer ... Macguire
Henry Hunter ... Murchison

Ruth Hussey ... Polly Baxter

David Janssen ... Ralph
Charlotte Knight ... Mrs. Pryor
Forrest Lewis ... Dr. Burrows

James Mason ... Himself - Host
Tom Nolan ... Flip Baxter (as Butch Bernard)

Maureen O'Sullivan ... Intermission Guest
Yvonne Peattie ... Secretary

Robert Preston ... Phil Baxter

Ralph Sanford ... Police Sgt.
Leigh Snowden ... Diane Baxter

Pierre Watkin ... Sleamish

Season 5, Episode 31: Shadow of a Doubt

24 March 1955
A young woman discovers her visiting "Uncle Charlie" may not be the man he seems to be.
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

George Chandler ... Joe

Byron Foulger ... Herby Hawkins

Frank Lovejoy ... Uncle Charlie

Charles Meredith ... Reverend
Helena Nash ... Mrs. Potter

Barbara Rush ... Charlotte
Sarah Selby ... Emmy

Grant Williams ... Jack Graham

Season 5, Episode 32: My Name Is Julia Ross

31 March 1955
Julia Ross is a young woman alone in the world and is in search of a job. She is hired by an elderly woman named Mrs. Hughes to act as her live-in personal secretary. One of Mrs. Hughes' stipulations is that whomever she hire treat this job as one of a long term nature, meaning no current boyfriends or marriage on the horizon. The closest person to Julia was Dennis Bruce, who lived at the same boarding house and who was somewhat sweet on Julia but left to get married to another woman. As such, Julia is grateful for her new job. When Julia awakens after her first night at the Hughes home, she learns she has been asleep for two days. She is no longer in the urban London home she knows as Mrs. Hughes' home, but rather a sprawling and isolated estate by the sea in Cornwall. All evidence of her being Julia Ross has disappeared. And everyone in the house, including Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Hughes' son Ralph, and all the household servants, try to convince her that she is Marion Hughes, Ralph's wife who is recovering from a nervous breakdown. Julia is certain of who she is, and suspects the Hugheses are going to kill her for whatever reason. Julia is alone with no one to support her claim and thus help her as the Hugheses have made her seem crazy to whomever she has spoken. However, initially unknown to the Hugheses, Dennis Bruce, who ended up not getting married, returned to the rooming house just before Julia's departure and made a date with her. Since she didn't keep the date, he goes looking for her.

Fay Bainter ... Mrs. Hughes
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Terence de Marney ... Peters
Leslie Denison ... Sergeant

Beverly Garland ... Julia Ross

Lumsden Hare ... Vicar

Brian Keith ... Intermission Guest
Beryl Machin ... Mrs. Sparkes

Maureen O'Sullivan ... Intermission Guest

Tudor Owen ... Gatekeeper

Paul Richards ... Ralph
Phyllis Stanley ... Alice
Justice Watson ... Dr. Kellebar

Season 5, Episode 33: The Browning Version

7 April 1955
Forced to retire from an English public school. a disliked professor must confront his utter failures as a teacher, a husband, and a man.

Season 5, Episode 34: No Sad Songs for Me

14 April 1955
Mary Scott learns she only has ten months to live before dying of an incurable disease. She manages to keep the news from her husband, Brad and daughter, Polly. She tries to make every moment of her life count, but her effort is weakened by the discovery that Brad is interested in his assistant, Chris Radner. But when she learns that Brad does indeed love her and not Chris, and that Chris is leaving town, she realizes what she must do to ensure the future happiness of Brad and Polly. She persuades Chris to stay, makes a genuine friend of her and watches Polly grow towards Chris.
Katharine Bard ... Chris Mathison
Linda Bend ... Polly Scott

William Campbell ... Intermission Guest
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Betty Hanna ... Mona

William Hopper ... Brad Scott

Selmer Jackson ... Mr. Coswell
Doris Kapman ... Frieda

Maidie Norman ... Flora

Maureen O'Sullivan ... Intermission Guest

Tom Powers ... Dr. Franco

Claire Trevor ... Mary Scott
Jeane Wood ... Louise Spears (as Jeanne Wood)

Season 5, Episode 35: An Act of Murder

21 April 1955
A hard-line judge is tempted toward mercy-killing by his wife's terminal cancer.
Sally Brophy ... Ellie (as Sallie Brophy)
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Ray Danton ... David Douglas
Joseph Granby ... Dr. Boyd (as Joe GRanby)

Ann Harding ... Cathy Cook
Donald Ken ... Mr. Russell
Dayton Lummis ... Dr. Morrison
Lewis Martin ... Charles Dayton

Thomas Mitchell ... Judge Calvin Cook

Howard St. John ... Judge Ogden
Ruth Warren ... Mrs. Russell

Season 5, Episode 36: The Great McGinty

28 April 1955
Dan McGinty has great success in his chosen field of crooked politics. But endangers it all in one crazy moment of honesty.

Rand Brooks ... Uncle George
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Ken Christy ... Opposition Speaker

Brian Donlevy ... Daniel J. McGinty

Nancy Gates ... Catharina

Thomas Gomez ... The Boss

Paul Harvey ... Maxwell

Jerry Mathers ... Little Boy
Lillian Molieri ... Girt at Bar

Maureen O'Sullivan ... Intermission Guest

William Schallert ... Thompson
Hal Taggart ... Mayor Tillinghest

Jeri Weil ... Little Girl

Jesse White ... Sigmund

Season 5, Episode 37: Remember the Night

5 May 1955
Just before Christmas, Lee Leander is caught shoplifting. It is her third offense. She is prosecuted by John Sargent. He postpones the trial because it is hard to get a conviction at Christmas time. But he feels sorry for her and arranges for her bail, and ends up taking her home to his mother for Christmas. Surrounded by a loving family (in stark contrast to Lee's own family background) they fall in love. This creates a new problem: how do they handle the upcoming trial?
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Don DeFore ... Jack Sargent
Edith Evanson ... Aunt Emma
Helen Mayon ... Mrs. Leander

Alex Nicol ... Intermission Guest

Dennis O'Keefe

Elizabeth Patterson ... Mrs. Sargent

Jan Sterling ... Lee

Lyle Talbot ... O'Leary

Bob Wehling ... Willie (as Robert Wehling)
Douglas Wilson ... Tom

Season 5, Episode 38: Eight Iron Men

12 May 1955
Tensions arise when a WW II squadron is ordered not to rescue a squad mate pinned down by the enemy, for fear of risking more lives.
Dan Barton ... Lieutenant Crane
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer
Alan Dexter ... Captain Treiswaney
James Dobson ... Daggart
Paul Gilbert ... Coliussi

Kathryn Grant ... Lux Video Theatre Guest
Alvin Greenmar ... Shapiro

Russell Johnson ... Carter

Alex Nicol ... Macney

Maureen O'Sullivan ... Lux Video Theatre Guest
Gene Reynolds ... Coke

William Schallert ... Ferguson

Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer ... Mailer

Season 5, Episode 39: Make Way for Tomorrow

19 May 1955
An elderly couple are forced to separate when they lose their house and none of their five children will take both parents in.

Season 5, Episode 40: Thunder on the Hill

26 May 1955
Convicted murderess Valerie Carns is being transported to Norwich to be executed when a flood strands her and her guards at a convent hospital. Nurse Sister Mary becomes convinced of her innocence and sets out to find the real killer.
John Alderson ... Willie
Margaret Brewster ... Sister Josephine

Nana Bryant ... Reverend Mother
Ken Carpenter ... Himself - Announcer

Donald Crisp ... Himself - Guest Host
Vera Denham ... Martha

Beverly Garland ... Valerie
Beryl Machin ... Pierre

Rex Reason ... Dr. Jeffries
Phyllis Stanley ... Nurse Phillips

Phyllis Thaxter ... Sister Mary