Episode List


Season 1

21 Sep. 1950
A Double-Dyed Deceiver
Llano Kid is in trouble and heads south of the boarder to escape but finds even more trouble in South America.
5 Oct. 1950
Portrait of Lydia
A gullible young attorney provides a gang of jewel thieves with a practically perfect alibi when they have a lovely young woman ensnare him with her charms. A clever Scotland Yard inspector gets to the bottom of the case.
12 Oct. 1950
The Boor
In Russia at the turn of the century, a beautiful widow and one of her husband's creditors meet and fall in love.
19 Oct. 1950
The Box Supper
An original opera is set in the early 1900s, a couple of young men (one a country boy, the other a Princeton student) bid for the box lunch of the attractive school teacher at the church social.
2 Nov. 1950
The Cut Glass Bowl
A glass bowl given as a gift by a former lover seems to figure into the numerous tragedies in the life of a vain and selfish woman.
7 Dec. 1950
The Case of the Missing Lady
The Blunts, husband and wife detectives, track down the missing fiancé of an Arctic explorer. They find her in a sanitorium being subjected to brutal treatments by a doctor and his huge assistant. She refuses to be rescued; she's trying to lose weight to please her man who likes women thin.
8 Feb. 1951
22 Feb. 1951
A Kiss for Mr. Lincoln
Set in the Midwest during one of Abraham Lincoln's political campaigns. Grace Kelly plays the young, beautiful and high-spirited wife of a rather stodgy bank president. Her husband invites a railroad magnate to dinner in the hopes of convincing him to allow the bank to finance the railroad man's projects and to win over the man's vote for Lincoln. However, the railroad magnate seems more interested in the bank president's wife than anything else.
15 Mar. 1951
The Professor's Punch
A young college professor wins a prestigious fellowship only after he demonstrates that he is not going to be taken for granted any longer.

 Season 1 

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Episode Cast | Rated Episodes (by date / vote)| TV Schedule

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