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(1950–1959)

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From 1950 to September 1953, the live 30-minute broadcast came from New York City. The show moved to Hollywood in September 1953 and continued the 30-minute schedule. In August 1954, the show moved to NBC television and came from Hollywood in a 60-minute format.
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Broadcast live from New York City until the 1953 season premiere.
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The show was based on the radio show "Lux Radio Theater" which was broadcast from October 1934 to June 1955. The sponsor was Lux soap.
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Premiered on CBS as a half hour dramatic anthology series on 2 October 1950 (Monday nights 8:00-8:30), moved to Thursday nights (9:00-9:30) in August, 1951. Switched to NBC in an hour long format in August, 1954 on Thurday night 10:00-11:00). Last televised 12 September 1957.
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During the last two years of production, scripts were condensed versions of projects under consideration by various studios as feature films, although none were ever produced as such.
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