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Episode List


Season 3

10 Sep. 1951
A young girl is nervous about the return of her mother from a mental institution, so her father buys her a kitten to calm her. Unfortunately, when the mother arrives, the daughter pays more attention to Bubbles than to her.
24 Sep. 1951
I Am Still Alive
In this comedy of mistaken identity, a blonde knocks a driver unconscious when she rear-ends his car with hers. She can't find any identification on him; the only clue is a script that indicates he's a spy.
8 Oct. 1951
To Walk the Night
College friends Bark and Jerry discover their old friend Professor LeNormand dead in his observatory, burned to death from the inside out. Most shocking, the confirmed bachelor had just married an enigmatic woman who seems unfazed by his death. Within days, Jerry is engaged to marry the mysterious widow, leading Bark to believe she was somehow involved in the professor's death.
22 Oct. 1951
I Wouldn't Want to Be in Your Shoes
Unusual circumstances befall a hapless man who's missing a pair of shoes, leading to his involvement in a murder.
5 Nov. 1951
An Inspector Calls
A suspicious inspector investigates the murder of a young woman who was part of a respectable middle-class British family. He uncovers bizarre motivations among the family members before he's revealed to be an impostor.
19 Nov. 1951
The Kimballs
Steve LaFarge visits the small town of his childhood and meets the current residents of the house in which he played. He falls in love with the daughter, Ann Kimball, but is given the cold shoulder by her aloof father. Old man Kimball has been bitter ever since the murder of his wife 15 years earlier. Steve is shocked by the realization that he may have been involved in the woman's death.
3 Dec. 1951
Top Secret
A foreign service agent brings along his young adult daughter on a mission, traveling to a country on the verge of a revolution.
17 Dec. 1951
A Christmas Gift
This holiday love story set in war-torn Sognac, France involves a French underground fighter, an American lieutenant, and a lovely, young maiden.
31 Dec. 1951
Class of '67
Special episode, produced with the network's News and Special Events Department, opens in the maternity wing of a New York Hospital. An overview of the world into which a brand new baby has been born into will be presented, featuring film clips of national and world events with live inserts from around the Big Apple.
7 Jan. 1952
The Farmer's Hotel
While their car is being repaired, man and woman stop by the Farmer's Hotel to use their phone. It happens to be the hotel's opening night and they're joined by the business manager and staff, an intoxicated truck driver, a doctor, and three vaudevillians. Everyone's having a delightful time until an argument starts.
14 Jan. 1952
Cashel Byron's Profession
In 1867 London, boxer Cashel Byron woos cultured aristocrat Lydia Carew. He attempts to keep his sorted profession, illegal at the time, a secret from the priggish woman.
21 Jan. 1952
The Tender Men
A farm boy from the country moves to the big city to make his mark. When he ends up broke and hungry, he proves an easy target for the Communist party.
28 Jan. 1952
Eva? Caroline?
Police in Detroit have charged Eva Lang with committing a murder several years earlier. She claims that she is, in reality, is Caroline, the wife of a Baltimore lawyer. Even though she produces 28 witnesses to validate her claim, the lawyer says his wife is deceased.
4 Feb. 1952
Rise Up and Walk
Turnley Walker, at six feet and 200 pounds, is struck with polio at age 30. This true drama is based on his book which chronicles his courage as he battles the dread disease.
11 Feb. 1952
The Moonstone
When a valuable gem is stolen from a Buddhist temple, the priests place a curse on the object. The gem's original owner ends up dead and the rock disappears.
18 Feb. 1952
Sheppey is an English barber who wins big playing the Irish sweepstakes and decides to spread his wealth among the poor and sick. Along the way, he meets an impoverished shop girl in a local pub.
25 Feb. 1952
Those in Favor
This Cold War political drama concerns a U.N. meeting in Paris and the relationship between the U.S. and Soviet delegates.
3 Mar. 1952
Happy Birthday, George
During WWII, an American soldier celebrates three of his birthdays, each with a different woman; one is British, one an American and one is Belgian. As the episode closes, the now-older soldier is surrounded by his children who are awaiting the arrival of their mother. The mystery is which one of those three women will arrive.
10 Mar. 1952
Guardian of the Clock
In this comedy/drama, a maintenance man plays a practical joke and changes the time on a huge skyscraper's outdoor clock. Because of his little prank, several people's lives are unexpectedly changed that evening.
17 Mar. 1952
The Wall
Lording over a decaying New England manor, a woman is visited by her brother and his new wife and her devious ex-sister-in-law. A murder soon follows.
24 Mar. 1952
Claire Ambler
A 1920s flapper has her faith in her father completely shattered, starting her on a path of destructive revenge.
31 Mar. 1952
See No Evil
Excitement finally comes into the boring life of a man when he witnesses a murder. Being the lead witness for the state, even more intrigue arrives in the form of a letter threatening him and his family with violence.
7 Apr. 1952
O Evening Star
It's the 1920s and Amy Bellaire is already becoming a has-been. She split with the man who made her famous and is now she's broke. The humiliation mounts as she attends an auction of her expensive personal belongings.
14 Apr. 1952
Operation Hitch-Hike
In this tale of World War II espionage, German soldiers disguised as GI's cross American lines to sabotage ammunition dumps. Three of the men, while hitch-hiking, are given a lift by a Red Cross worker. When a storm comes up, the woman's forced to take refuge with them in a farmhouse.
21 Apr. 1952
And Never Come Back
Two ex-wives of the same man are aboard a train heading to Los Angeles. The goal of both is to reunite with their former husband. Only one of the women makes it to their L.A. destination.
28 Apr. 1952
The Truth About Blayds
Lying on his death bed, famous poet Oliver Blayds reveals startling secrets from earlier in life.
5 May 1952
The Lonely
An American pilot falls for a young British woman during World War II.
12 May 1952
Lila, My Love
A reporter for a Paris newspaper encounters an American woman with great ambitions.
19 May 1952
The Longest Night
An ambitious pianist hurt by the lack of love from her mother chooses a music career over the man who loves her. She returns years later as a successful performer to find her former love is now married and running for the governorship.
26 May 1952
The Ringmaster
A one-time actor suffered a crippling injury early in his career. Now managing a inn, he takes great delight in influencing the lives of his guests--in negative ways.
2 Jun. 1952
Candles for Theresa
Following World War II, American painter Richard Clyde travels to a French village that was occupied by the Germans. His purpose is to find the traitor who caused his brother to be murdered by the Nazis. Richard finds the residents battered and distrustful of himself and each other.
9 Jun. 1952
An understanding father deals with the trials and tribulations of having a 15-year-old daughter.
16 Jun. 1952
Of Lena Geyer
Real-life soprano diva Mimi Benzell plays the role of an opera star whose romance comes to a bitter end, leaving her to vow never to again mix love and work. Benzell performs "La Traviata," "Mmme. Butterfly," and "Tannhauser."
23 Jun. 1952
Til Next We Meet
A wealthy but unhappy woman meets a hard-boiled newspaper reporter and sets out to prove that she has as much love within her as she has money.
30 Jun. 1952
King of the Castle
In this dramatic comedy, the last in a long line of Scottish lords goes to great measures to avoid the family curse.
14 Jul. 1952
The Catbird Seat
FOr thirty years, Erwin Martin has been an exemplary employee as head of the filing department at an advertising agency. His orderly world could be disrupted when the company brings in an efficiency expert. Martin uses his quiet, mild manner to circumvent the flashy "expert" and leave her powerless over him.
28 Jul. 1952
Advice to the Lovelorn
A newspaper publisher who has no time for love hires a psychology professor to write the "Advice to the Lovelorn" column in his paper. Before he knows it, he's fallen in love with the columnist.
4 Aug. 1952
Mr. Dobie takes a Powder
The manager of the household furnishings section of a department store rebels when the company forces an efficiency expert on him.
11 Aug. 1952
Summer Story
An employee at a travel agency is given a dream vacation by a co-worker who won it but can't use it. Living it up in a swanky hotel, her troubles begin when she starts hanging out with a playboy.
18 Aug. 1952
Stand-In Bride
A gown designer's assistant delivers a dress to the governor who's planning a secret wedding. When word of their nuptials is leaked to the press, the woman has an idea for distracting the reports. After the ceremony, she'll don the gown, the governor's aide will wear a tux, and the two will act as decoys.
25 Aug. 1952
Nostradamus Beery
In this comedy, a man has the ability to predict various events--some important, some trivial. Once a reporter catches wind of his talent, the publicity turns his life into a circus.

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