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"The Loretta Young Show" (1953) More at IMDbPro »"Letter to Loretta" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Year: 1953 | 1954 | 1955 | 1956 | 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Trial Run

20 September 1953
The first episode of the series, explaining the letter anthology format. A shop girl is courted by a man whose family looks down upon her, so she feigns crassness to teach them a lesson. One of a few episodes with a laugh track.

Loretta Young ... Carol Brown

George Nader ... Keith Warren

Jorja Curtright ... Barbara Parlow

Ellen Corby ... Jennie
Katherine Warren ... Mrs. Warren (as Katharine Warren)

Don Beddoe ... Uncle Charles

Gail Bonney ... Aunt Eleanor
Margaret Seddon ... Aunt Grace

Stanley Andrews ... Uncle Ben
Vince Townsend ... Porter
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Mirror

27 September 1953
A spoiled and selfish woman goes without her husband to a vacation home and is tormented by a woman escaped from a mental institution which makes her confront her own mental challenges.

Loretta Young ... Eve Wayne

George Nader ... Arthur Wayne
Betty Lou Gerson ... Woman

Hayden Rorke ... Bruce
Geraldine Carr ... Madeline

Burt Mustin ... Mr. Tompkins

Paul Bryar ... First Man

Harry Lauter ... Second Man
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Prisoner at One O'Clock

4 October 1953
A young man is accused of murder in a small Western town, but the sheriff's wife believes him innocent, while the townspeople form a mob to storm the jail.

Loretta Young ... May Ranson

Bruce Bennett ... Seth Ranson

William Campbell ... Will Gaines

Frank Ferguson ... Marc Thatcher
Ray Walker ... Mailman

Robert Foulk ... Higgins (as Bob Faulk)
Jeffrey Silver ... Newsboy
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Girl on a Flagpole

11 October 1953
A teacher publicly opposes a candidate, only to be romanced by him, much to the chagrin of her boyfriend.

Loretta Young ... Jenny

Paul Langton ... Fred Broc

Craig Stevens ... Marc Mercer
Frances Brandt ... Grandma

Joseph Crehan ... Gallagher

Kathleen Freeman ... Frieda Foss
Ralph Gamble ... M.C.
William Boyett ... Photographer (as Bill Boyett)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Turn of the Card

18 October 1953
A shipboard con artist falls for his mark.

Loretta Young ... Nancy Hamilton

Anthony Caruso ... Don Hubbard
Geraldine Carr ... Sheila

Benny Rubin ... Mr. Smith
Lillian Culver ... Mrs. Wilcox (as Lilian Culver)

William Hudson ... Junior Officer (as Bill Hudson)
Hal Gerard ... Deck Steward
Isabelle Dwan ... Woman
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Earthquake

25 October 1953
A man using an iron lung who has lost hope regains his will through the efforts of his wife to keep him breathing when an earthquake causes a power failure.

Loretta Young ... Emily Pierson

Paul Langton ... Roy

John Agar ... Lloyd

Dorothy Adams ... Gwen

Robert Foulk ... Dept of Power Man
Elaine Williams ... Telephone Operator #1

Phil Chambers ... Fireman
Virginia Eiler ... Telephone Operator #2
Diane Fortier ... Telephone Operator #3
Allan Ray ... Fireman #2 (as Alan Ray)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The One That Got Away

1 November 1953
The glowing, tiresome reminisces of a wife and mother about her now-famous former beau and his devotion to her comes to a head.

Loretta Young ... Helen Talbot

Richard Travis ... Stan Talbot

Burt Mustin ... Grandpa

Sandra Gould ... Milly
Mike Hathaway ... Jerry Worth
Helen L. Morgan ... Sally (as Helen Morgan)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Kid Stuff

8 November 1953
Two widowed parents fall in love but feel their relationship might be hampered by their lively young children.

Loretta Young ... Amanda

George Nader ... Steve Baxter

Lee Aaker ... Myron

Noreen Corcoran ... Natalie Baxter
Nadine Ashton ... Nancy Baxter
Marian Carr ... Doreen

Mabel Albertson ... Miss Jo
Herbert Butterfield ... Mr. Forbes
Cecily Brown ... Cashier
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Bronte Story

15 November 1953
Charlotte Bronte struggles to cope with her controlling and oppressive father even as it interferes with her courtship with and marriage to Arthur Nicholls.

Loretta Young ... Charlotte Bronte

Hugh Beaumont ... Arthur Nicholls

Alan Napier ... Mr. Bronte

Natalie Schafer ... Mary
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Thanksgiving in Beaver Run

21 November 1953
The kidnapping of a boy by young toughs takes an unexpected turn when one of the hoodlums befriends the boy.

Loretta Young ... Betty Taylor

William Campbell ... Joe

Dick Foran ... Phil
Hugh Corcoran ... Billy

John Smith ... Art

Ralph Votrian ... McGee

Terry Frost ... Sheriff

William Fawcett ... Station Master
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Love Story

29 November 1953
An aspiring actress falls in love with a clown and marries him, but then she's ashamed to be publicly associated with him.

Loretta Young ... Jane Seaton

Robert Strauss ... Hap
Donald Murphy ... Rick

Walter Coy ... Doctor
Michael Hathaway ... Jack Grainger
James Dobson ... Assistant Director
Cicely Browne ... Nurse
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Laughing Boy

6 December 1953
Glass-jawed Walter Stone attempts to rescue Kay Coughlin from a purse snatcher, but he gets hurt instead. Kay nurses him back to health and asks Walter to help her get her boyfriend jealous to goad him into proposing.

Loretta Young ... Kitty Coughlin

Alex Nicol ... Walter Stone
Carl Benton Reid ... Mr. Coughlin

Walter Reed ... Paul
Louise Lorimer ... Mrs. Coughlin
John Harmon ... Tramp

Pamela Duncan ... Stacey
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Faith of Chata

13 December 1953
A little girl in a Mexican village falls desperately ill and places her faith in God through her patron saint, regardless of whether she survives or not.

Loretta Young ... Paula
Nancy Gilbert ... Chata
Harry Bartell ... Doctor
Christopher Dark ... Priest

Martin Garralaga ... Senor Dominguez
Tony Roux ... Enrique (as Anthony Roux)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer
Lola Montes ... Choreography

Season 1, Episode 14: The Night My Father Came Home

20 December 1953
Charming holiday story about a small boy who frequents a postal station, chatting incessantly with a disillusioned laborer.

Season 1, Episode 15: Hotel Irritant

28 December 1953
Corporate hotel snoop Sally Webster creates unpleasant situations in a hotel to test its operation while becoming impressed with the character and ambition of hotel clerk Newton Ralston.

Loretta Young ... Sally Webster

George Nader ... Newton Ralston

Frances Bavier ... Mrs. Logan

Theodore von Eltz ... Vincent
Adrienne Marden ... Maid

Syd Saylor ... Waiter
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 16: Inga

3 January 1954
Indomitable Inga Helborg convinces a bank president to conditionally reverse the foreclosure of the family farm and takes labor from the prison farm by which both actions she successfully demonstrates her resolute and trusting nature.

Loretta Young ... Inga Helborg
Donald Murphy ... Ben Cabot (as Don Murphy)
Robert Emmett O'Connor ... Mr. Lowell (as Robert Emmet O'Connor)

Stanley Clements ... Charlie
Forrest Lewis ... Pfeiffer

Kathleen Freeman ... Jessie

Robert Foulk ... Hank

Paul Brinegar ... Pete
Mack Williams ... Mr. Mundie

Paul Keast ... Man
Ray Lennert ... Bank Guard Gillis
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 17: Lady Killer

10 January 1954
A mystery writer discovers she is marked for death.

Loretta Young ... Peg Lincoln

Whitfield Connor ... Grant Benton (as Whit Connor)

Walter Coy ... District Attorney Longman

James Flavin ... MacNamara
Hope Miller ... Stewardess

Queenie Leonard ... Bella
Phil Tead ... Clerk

Anthony Warde ... Detective
Chuckie Bradley ... Landlady
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 18: Secret Answer

17 January 1954
A spirited wife challenges the stodgy attitudes of researcher husband by refusing to respond to one of his survey questions: "If you had it to do all over again, would you marry the same person?"

Loretta Young ... Alva Knox

Paul Langton ... Norvil Knox

Donald Curtis ... Hank

John Hubbard ... Glenn
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 19: Big Little Lie

24 January 1954
Beverly Washburn plays a lonely schoolgirl whose decision to start a rumor about her mother turns into classroom blackmail. Jeannette Nolan portrays her stern Aunt.

Loretta Young ... Ruth Hartman

Beverly Washburn ... Ellen Hartman

Jeanette Nolan ... Aunt Lily
Isa Ashdown ... Dora Carpenter
Helene Hatch ... Miss Ford (as Helen Hatch)

Mary Jane Saunders ... Janet
Coral Hammond ... Gloria
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 20: The Hollywood Story

31 January 1954
Madge Mason based on her prowess as a local actress in a small Iowa town goes to Hollywood and meets with only modest success but when it appears she is on verge of major success she has second thoughts about the price of fame.

Loretta Young ... Madge Mason

William Bishop ... Brad Delmar
George O'Hanlon ... Sam Brown
Jacqueline deWit ... Siri
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer
Dayton Lummis ... Ted Maskin
Rod O'Connor ... Sandy Ware
Sandra Stone ... Mary

Season 1, Episode 21: A Family Out of Us

7 February 1954
The son of an affluent couple, whose father has little time for him, joins the Cub Scouts.

Loretta Young ... Vicky Whitney

Kenneth Tobey ... David Whitney

Lurene Tuttle ... Angie
David Saber ... Duffy Whitney
Geraldine Carr ... Mrs. Henry
Clarence Straight ... Mr. Henry
Eric Neilsen ... Dick (as Erick Neilsen)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 22: Act of Faith

14 February 1954
Eddie Albert plays a mild-mannered soul whose happy marriage to an earthy woman seems to be coming to an end.

Loretta Young ... Lenore Kent

Eddie Albert ... Lionel Kent

Frieda Inescort ... Mabel
Charles Herbert ... Jackie

Robert Foulk ... Waiter (as Bob Foulk)
Danny Mummert ... Western Union Boy (as Dan Mummert)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer
Harvey Stephens ... Alex Thornton

Season 1, Episode 23: The New York Story

28 February 1954
A glamorous mother and wife who dallies with other men's attention takes her own husband and son for granted. Clever opening schoolroom sequence in which the moms comment in theirs heads about each other. The climax in which the woman's mind races with impending terror about her son's lateness might seem melodramatic, but it's all too real for many of us who worry about loved ones. Mabel Albertson of "Bewitched" and so many other series plays the PTA spokesperson.

Loretta Young ... Marcy Thorne

Billy Chapin ... Robbie Thorne

Frank Wilcox ... Justin Thorne

Paul Picerni ... Laurence Delaney
Emlen Davies ... Lydia Davis
Theresa Harris ... Lulu

Mabel Albertson ... Miss Blaine
Mary Carroll ... Mrs. Mason
Jack Daly ... Taxi Driver
Bobby Diamond ... Little Boy

Judd Holdren ... Young Man
Barbara Thomas ... Cigarette Girl
Alphonse Martell ... Waiter
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 24: Nobody's Boy

7 March 1954
Fictionalized story of a Chicago juvenile delinquent who meets Jack Robbins, founder of the BBR, a boy's club that still exists today. A familiar face in one scene is the ubiquitous Argentina Brunetti, to whom Dean Martin sang "That's Amore" in "The Caddy." At the end of the story, Young introduces actor Chick Chandler and the real-life Jack Robbins.

Loretta Young ... Miss Springs

Chick Chandler ... Jack Robbins
Peter Raynolds ... Joey Gordon

Peter Brocco ... Jack Perry

Morris Ankrum ... Judge

Argentina Brunetti ... Mrs. Ferenzi
Norman Ollestad ... Pete (as Norman Oldstead)
Leon Burbank ... Vic
Benny Collins ... Ed (as Gene Collins)
Jack Robbins ... Himself
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 25: The Count of Ten

14 March 1954
Tiger Tipton retired from a successful boxing career at his wife's insistence. Now broke from her expensive medical care, he arranges one last fight with the champ, but he can't let his wife find out.

Loretta Young ... Maddie Tipton

Eddie Albert ... Tiger Tipton

Jesse White ... Nick Pulaski
Dayton Lummis ... Doctor

Chick Chandler ... Joe Johnson
James Edwards ... Champ (as Jimmy Edwards)
Ralph Volkie ... Referee

Marion Ross ... Nurse
Bill Welsh ... Fight Announcer
Bob Perry ... Timekeeper (as Robert Perry)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer
Carleton G. Young ... Doctor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: The Clara Schumann Story

21 March 1954
The great composer and his concert pianist wife, whose seemingly idyllic marriage descends into mental breakdown.

Season 1, Episode 27: Son, This Is Your Father

28 March 1954
Flashbacks tell the story of a charming but irresponsible ex-husband who re-enters the lives of his wife and son. The father/son relationship is similar to that of Gloria's son and her first husband on the series, "Modern Family." In this episode, Young's character's name is "Ginger," a decade before her co-star, Alan Hale Jr., addressed Tina Louise by the name on "Gilligan's Island."

Loretta Young ... Virginia Dickerson

Alan Hale Jr. ... Leon
Norman Ollestad ... Scott Dickerson

Frances Bavier ... Aunt Marty

Vivi Janiss ... Dora

Stuffy Singer ... Scott at Age 10
Earl Robie ... Scott, age 7 (as Earl Roby)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 28: The First Man to Ask Her

4 April 1954
Offbeat comic tale of a sheltered young woman whose house is turned upside down by an eccentric lady, her cowboy son -- and his horse. Jock Mahoney makes the first of his many appearances in the series, playing nephew "Andy" to Frances Bavier, who would ironically play Aunt Bee to Andy Griffith less than a decade later.

Loretta Young ... Daughter

Jock Mahoney ... Andy Hagen

Frances Bavier ... Aunt Meg

John Hoyt ... Professor Dagnusen
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 29: Man's Estate

11 April 1954
Profile of a teenager who wants to be treated as an adult.

Loretta Young ... Susan Stevens (Stepmother)
Robert Ellis ... Tom (as Bobby Ellis)

Douglas Kennedy ... Roger Stevens
Edith Evanson ... Mrs. Bradley

June Kenney ... Linda Barker
Danny Mummert ... Bill Evans
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Robert Foulk ... Truck Stop Server (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: Forest Ranger

18 April 1954
A forest ranger's wife unknowing allows into her house an escaped convict who seeks revenge on her husband.

Loretta Young ... Norma Kelvin
Christopher Dark ... Matt Rowley
Bruce Cowling ... John Kelvin

Robert Foulk ... Headquarters

Harry Lauter ... Bailey
Stephen Wyman ... Bradley (as Steve Wyman)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 31: The Enchanted Schoolteacher

25 April 1954


Loretta Young ... Harriet Patton

George Nader ... Charles Diebold
Earl Robie ... Little Johnny Diebold (as Earl Roby)
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 32: The Judgment

2 May 1954
A woman is plagued by guilt when her politician husband killed a pedestrian in a car accident. Instead of taking responsibility, he was elated to see someone else arrested and blamed for it.

Loretta Young ... Dora Whiting

Mae Clarke ... Rose Dervin

John Howard ... Philip Whiting

Peter Brocco ... Joe Dervin
George Eldredge ... Mr. Jowett

Robert Bice ... Cop
Marshall Bradford ... Butler

Lee Roberts ... Court Attendant
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 33: Oh, My Aching Heart

9 May 1954
Nora is hired as a secretary under the condition that she disguise herself to be old and unattractive, so as not to distract her boss. When her boss has need to drop in to Nora's home, he is taken with the young lady he finds there, who claims to be Nora's sister.

Loretta Young ... Nora Patrick

George Nader ... Barry Kendall

Don Beddoe ... Bill Holmes

Sally Blane ... Marge
Barbara Logan ... Clerk
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 34: Dear Midge

16 May 1954
Midge is an unmarried social worker with an overactive imagination, including having a curmudgeonly fairy to guide her. Her fairy gets her into sticky situations, and she is afraid of making a poor impression on her attractive neighbor.

Loretta Young ... Midge

William Frawley ... Sam
Connie Gilchrist ... Tootsie

Gerald Mohr ... Willie Sheepshead

Patrick O'Neal ... Jerry Flynn
Billy Gray ... Nick Monti

Frank Ferguson ... Mr. Creavy
Paul Maxey ... Goldie
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 35: Something Always Happens

23 May 1954


Loretta Young ... Teddy Butler
Jeri Lou James ... Penny Butler
Lamont Johnson ... Mark Hastings
Howard Wendell ... Mr. Laugherty
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 1, Episode 36: Lady in Wet Paint

30 May 1954
A new teacher in a remote Native American community struggles to get children out of work and into school, and she ends up instigating a strike against the local farmer who employs most of the natives.

Loretta Young ... Ann Colton

Jeff Morrow ... George Travis
Anthony Numkena ... Tawa (as Anthony Numkina)
Elman Bahnimtewa ... Gwaho
Earl Numkina ... Indian Drummer
Ronald Numkina ... Indian Dancer
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Guest in the Night

29 August 1954
Duke and Rita visit a remote mountain cabin for a romantic getaway. During a fierce snowstorm, a young boy with pneumonia shows up at their door. Duke won't call for help because he is wanted for robbery, but Rita uses a ham radio to ask for medical help.

Loretta Young ... Rita Cole

Hugh O'Brian ... Duke Cole
Earl Robie ... Ted Mayhew (as Earl Roby)
Frank Kumagai ... Thomas Nakamura

Lumsden Hare ... Dr. Wilson

James Flavin ... Deputy Mason
Phil Tead ... Dr. Egstrom

Season 2, Episode 2: Dr. Juliet

5 September 1954
A doctor unravels the mysterious circumstances and suspects surrounding the near-death of a young heiress.

Loretta Young ... Dr. Juliet
Donald Murphy ... Walter Hardy
Barbara Ruick ... Peggy Richards

Jan Merlin ... Eric
Kurt Katch ... Robert
Edit Angold ... Anna

Paul Harvey ... Mr. Richards
Jack Jordan ... Lt. Harrison
Ray Montgomery ... Intern

Season 2, Episode 3: Double Trouble

12 September 1954
Granite jawed Hugh O'Brien, clearly enjoying a change of pace from his usual rugged roles, plays a shy cartoonist whose heroism is awakened by a fraud scandal involving a woman and a his exact double.

Mabel Albertson ... Mrs. Wallington

Don Beddoe ... Mr. Stacy
Jerry Hausner ... Bell Boy
Forrest Lewis

George N. Neise (as George Neise)

Hugh O'Brian ... Walter Wallington

Loretta Young ... Elizabeth Stacey

Season 2, Episode 4: The Lamp

19 September 1954
What seems to be Aladdin's Lamp also seems to be fulfilling the fondest wishes of a young couple.

Loretta Young ... Kathy Ames

Paul Langton ... Johnny Ames

Doris Singleton ... Marge
Jerry Hausner ... Uncle Amos
Howard Wendell ... Mr. Morrison

Peter Hansen ... Jim Roberts
John Bond ... Delivery Man

Season 2, Episode 5: You're Driving Me Crazy

September 1954
A couple finds themselves terrorized by a disturbed man who rear ends their car. There is some genuine suspense in this episode and warrants attention in that it comes years before Alfred Hitchcock Presents and other such anthologies.
Harry Bartell ... Man

Peter Brocco ... Mr. Steinhof
Pat Coleman ... Officer McCabe
Bruce Cowling ... Policeman

Charles Drake ... Jeff Bertch

Herbert Lytton ... Undertaker

Stuart Randall ... Sergeant Sanders

Loretta Young ... Mary Bertch

Season 2, Episode 6: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

3 October 1954
This familiar plot of a lone holdout juror benefits from extreme unusual close-ups, montages and double-exposures to "open up" the drama beyond the single room setting.

Loretta Young ... Alison Ives

Nana Bryant ... Mrs. Wilcox

Robert Middleton ... Henry Tremaine
Gayle Kellogg ... Jonathan Blake
Joanne Davis ... Peggy Hammer
Pitt Herbert ... Mr. Fromer

R. Wright Campbell ... Robert Washburn (as Robert Wright Campbell)

William Fawcett ... Watchman
Fred Rapport ... Mr. Rapport

Season 2, Episode 7: For Father Darling

10 October 1954

Peter Adams ... Boyfriend

Willis Bouchey ... Father Francis Darling
Linda Brace ... Liza Seaton
Walter 'PeeWee' Flannery ... Tommy Seaton
Raymond Greenleaf ... Thomas Seaton

Dabbs Greer ... Attendant
Kathleen O'Malley ... Maid

Loretta Young ... Amanda Seaton

Season 2, Episode 8: On Your Honor, Your Honor

17 October 1954
An idealistic widow, whose last name is that same to that of a candidate, allows two slick politicians to add her name to a small town mayoral ballot.

John Archer ... Perry Blodgett

Paul Brinegar ... Ivan Fenwick

Ross Elliott ... Murphy
Larry Harmon ... Voices
Coulter Irwin ... Cartoonist
Terry Kelman ... Little Boy
Harry Shannon ... Jim Morton

Loretta Young ... Penny Blodgett

Season 2, Episode 9: The Girl Scout Story

31 October 1954
A girl scout is left alone with an escaped convict.

Loretta Young ... Scottie

Beverly Washburn ... Mary
Christopher Dark ... Convict
Bruce Cowling ... Neal Fletcher
Anne O'Neal ... Mrs. Hawley
Marshall Bradford ... Mr. Hawley
Isa Ashdown ... Adele
Sara Hall ... Christine
Geraldine Hall ... Mrs. Green
Maria Contreras ... Laura

Season 2, Episode 10: No Help Wanted

7 November 1954
Former stuntman and TV's "Range Rider" and "Yancy Derringer," Jock Mahoney, returns to this series, this time playing the owner of a small diner who is taken with a lost soul seemingly left alone in the rain.

Loretta Young ... Princess

Jock Mahoney ... Ernie McNally

Robert Foulk ... Hoby Vermeer
John Bryant ... Sgt. Nick Hummerstein

James Flavin ... Sgt. Danny Doofle

Harry Harvey ... Gus Crain

Season 2, Episode 11: It's a Man's Game

14 November 1954


Mabel Albertson
William Boyett ... Reporter (as Bill Boyett)
John Bryant
Bruce Cowling ... Coach

Dwayne Hickman ... College Boy
Dayton Lummis ... Registrar
Norman Ollestad

Loretta Young ... Audrey - a teacher

Season 2, Episode 12: Something About Love

21 November 1954
A dancer's resolution to go on with her life as a singer inspires an architect who had become embittered after his hands were injured in the Korean war. Sally Field's mother Margaret (wife of Loretta Young show favorite Jock Mahoney) co-stars as Gene Barry's fiancée.

Loretta Young ... Suzie James

Gene Barry ... David Mason

Max Showalter ... Rusty Graham (as Casey Adams)
Margaret Field ... Julia
Amanda Randolph ... Lulu

Season 2, Episode 13: Our Sacred Honor

28 November 1954
Like Spielberg's "Lincoln," which celebrated the little-known people who made a difference as well as high-profile leaders, this episode focuses on one of the lesser-known signers of the Declaration of Independence, John Hart.

James Bell ... John Hart
John Bryant ... David Walton
Ray Gordon ... Priest
Helen Mayon ... Nun

Loretta Young ... Grace Hart

Season 2, Episode 14: Big Jim

5 December 1954
A young man attempts to reform his delinquent mother when she stops in town to see him.

Loretta Young ... Cora Skinner

Bobby Driscoll ... Jimmy Skinner

Chick Chandler ... Jack Robbins
Mary Carroll ... Bess Cochran

Eleanor Audley ... Miss Bennett

Season 2, Episode 15: Evil for Evil

12 December 1954
An embittered man takes revenge on a beloved doctor who lost his wife on the operating table, leading to vigilantism. Among the cast is Oscar-winner Jane Darwell ("The Grapes of Wrath," "Mary Poppins"). The theme of friendly neighbors transformed into a hideous mob would be echoed in Twilight Zone episodes "The Shelter" and "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street."

Malcolm Atterbury ... Ed Humphrey

Griff Barnett ... Dr. Whitfield

Jane Darwell ... Irene Townsend
Walter 'PeeWee' Flannery ... Bobby

Dabbs Greer ... Dewey Mason

Walter Reed ... Dr. Perry Roth
Leon Tyler ... Johnny

Eddy Waller ... Joe Rogan

Loretta Young ... Lynn Roth

Season 2, Episode 16: Time and Yuletide

19 December 1954
At a hospital and nursing home, everyone wants to stage Christmas parties for the sick children, but the event coordinator connives to get a party for the elderly residents.
Cliff Arquette ... Pete
David Benesty ... Member of Roger Wagner Quartet
Mary Field ... Helen Merchant

Don Haggerty ... Joe Wilson
Hallene Hill ... Pearl
Forrest Lewis ... Santa
Dayton Lummis ... Commissioner Blackburn
Michael Munt ... Member of Roger Wagner Quartet
Tony Newman ... Member of Roger Wagner Quartet

Isabel Randolph ... Mrs. Leonard
Roger Wagner Chorale ... Themselves (as Roger Wagner Quartet)
Chris Thunstrom ... Member of Roger Wagner Quartet

Loretta Young ... Marcella Dawson
Mary Young ... Sarah Wynn

Season 2, Episode 17: Three Minutes Too Late

26 December 1954
A financially strapped New York cab driver becomes desperate for cash when his wife goes into labor.

Loretta Young ... Alice Hendricks

Hugh O'Brian ... Sam Hendricks

Robert Foulk ... Tub Walker

Sally Blane ... Nurse #1

Ann Doran ... Nurse #2

Parley Baer ... Mr. Banner
Jesslyn Fax ... Mrs. Hulgard
Rayford Barnes ... Reporter

Season 2, Episode 18: The Girl Who Knew

2 January 1955
Familiar TV faces abound in this fanciful dramedy about a woman's ability to know the time without a watch challenged by a watch company's efforts to use a conceited employee's charms to discredit her.

Hugh Beaumont ... Editor of Manhattan Magazine

Chuck Connors ... Jess Hayes

Johnny Grant ... Chet Sparks (as John Grant)

Jonathan Hale ... Harris Davies
Pitt Herbert ... Blevins

Roy Roberts ... K.K. Longacre
Paul Smith ... Max
Lomax Study ... Marshall

Loretta Young ... Janet Pressman

Season 2, Episode 19: The Flood

9 January 1955
A man whose experience as a prisoner of war has caused him to be alcoholic and homeless stumbles into a situation in which he must use his army medical training and receives advice and support from a nurse and a doctor to change his life.

Loretta Young ... Susan Franklin

William Campbell ... Larry Kovak
Peggy Converse ... Louella Ryan
Lewis Martin ... Dr. Redwick

Season 2, Episode 20: Decision

16 January 1955
The wife of a pilot runs the gamut of emotions and memories while awaiting the return of her husband, whose plane has lost an engine in a storm.

Jock Mahoney ... Kim Ryan

Max Showalter ... Neil (as Casey Adams)

Loretta Young ... Kathy Ryan

Season 2, Episode 21: The Refinement of 'Ab'

23 January 1955
Hugh Beaumont plays the dad in one of two suburban families that allow the childish teasing between their sons escalate into a serious social and business conflicts.

Lee Aaker ... Jimmy Preston

Malcolm Atterbury ... Policeman

Hugh Beaumont ... Henry Preston

Ann Doran ... Miss Somerville
Ray Galli ... Gene
Johnny McGovern ... Pete Preston (as John McGovern)
Erin O'Brien-Moore ... Mrs. Baker (as Erin O'Brien Moore)

Loretta Young ... Edith Preston

Season 2, Episode 22: 600 Seconds

30 January 1955
A successful Art Director lets her imagination run away with her when a young female business associate of her husband's wants to talk to her about something "personal."
John Bryant ... Andy Delaney

Paul Cavanagh ... Owen Vail

Lois Collier ... Gloria Joy (as Lois Collyer)
Gay Gallegher ... Janet Flynn
Ann Lee ... Carol Reeves
Jan Shepard ... Betsy

Dick Simmons ... Greg Wells

Loretta Young ... Katie Wells

Season 2, Episode 23: The Case of Mrs. Bannister

6 February 1955
A little girl's stories about her seemingly imaginary friend, "Mrs. Bannister," begin to foreshadow real events and imminent danger.

Loretta Young ... Ginny Vernon

John Archer ... Gene Vernon
Cheryl Callaway ... Pam Vernon

Larry J. Blake ... Mr. Van Zandt (as Larry Blake)
Douglas Evans ... Peter Banister
Alan Dexter ... Detective

Season 2, Episode 24: Dickie

13 February 1955
True story of a Depression-era mother's efforts to redirect her talented little boy's creative projects to more practical pursuits -- and who this boy turns out to be is the twist, as Ms. Young introduces the real-life man and his mom at the end of the episode.
Bruce Cowling ... Walter Morris

Ann Doran ... Felice Badt

Richard Eyer ... Dickie Morris

Almira Sessions ... Second Lady
Anthony Sydes ... Junior Morris
Tina Thompson ... Gracie

Martha Wentworth ... First Lady

Loretta Young ... Ethel Morris

Season 2, Episode 25: Option on a Wife

20 February 1955
The Hollywood success of a New York writer takes up so much of his time and attention that it threatens his marriage.

Nana Bryant ... Polly Hammond
Charles Evans ... Paul Hammond

Jock Mahoney ... Mike Elliott
John Stephenson ... Tommy

Loretta Young ... Madeleine Elliott

Season 2, Episode 26: Tale of a Cayuse

27 February 1955
A western drifter retrieves a beloved horse to court a maiden settler.

Loretta Young ... Natura

Jock Mahoney ... Jim Vessey

Jeff Morrow ... Sam Ward
Clarence Hennecke ... Rancher

Season 2, Episode 27: Case Book

6 March 1955
Only a few years after "Spellbound," but before "Vertigo" and "The Three Faces of Eve," this episode uses extended two-actor scenes in its thoughtful exploration of claustrophobia and the benefits of therapy - as well as forgiveness of others and oneself.
Nadine Ashdown ... Mary as a Child (as Nadene Ashdown)

Charles Drake ... Tom

Nelson Leigh ... Dr. James

Stuart Randall ... Daddy

Loretta Young ... Mary

Season 2, Episode 28: Dateline: Korea

13 March 1955
The plight of poverty-stricken war orphans forces a hard-nosed war correspondent to face the flesh-and-blood effects of her cynical editorials.

Loretta Young ... Jacqueline McKeevey

Don Haggerty ... Bud Martinson
Wally Cassell ... Lt. Rizzie

John Hubbard ... Maj. Martin
Warren Lee ... Kosan

Hugh Beaumont ... Rev. Bell
Vicki Lee ... Ak-Sun
Paula Hyum ... Kosan's Sister
Christine Chang ... Kosan's Sister
Jane Yama ... Korean Woman
Dominique De Leon ... Hotel Clerk (as Dominic DeLeon)
Marie Gorosin ... Ak-Sun's Sister

Season 2, Episode 29: Inga II

20 March 1955
Dennis Hopper was only nineteen when he appeared in this episode as a privileged young man who is sent to work on a farm to build his character.

Loretta Young ... Inga Helborg

Dennis Hopper ... Ross Morton
Donald Murphy ... Ben Cabot (as Don Murphy)

Stanley Clements ... Charlie

Paul Brinegar ... Pete
Carleton G. Young ... Mr. Morton

Robert Foulk ... Hank

Bing Russell ... Convict
Syl Lamont ... Convict

Kathleen Freeman ... Jessie

Season 2, Episode 30: Mink Coat

27 March 1955
Series favorites Jock Mahoney, Ann Doran and Casey Adams (Max Showalter) reunite with Ms. Young in an amusing "Fisherman and His Wife/If You Give a Mouse A Cookie"-like fable about the effects an unexpected mink coat has on a two suburban couples.

Loretta Young ... Peggy O'Hara

Jock Mahoney ... Dan O'Hara

Max Showalter ... Bill Garner (as Casey Adams)

Ann Doran ... Leona Garner
Jerrilyn Flannery ... Pat O'Hara (as Jerilyn Flannery)

Kay Hammond ... Saleswoman
Mary Emma Watson ... Ellen

Season 2, Episode 31: Let Columbus Discover You

3 April 1955
Craig Stevens plays the head of a modeling agency who likes to discover his clients in ordinary walks of life, prompting an earnest hopeful to pose as an auto mechanic to catch his attention.

Mabel Albertson ... Doris
Fay Baker ... Pat Wadlington
Elsie Holmes ... Model

Craig Stevens ... Michael Donner

Loretta Young ... Liz Wadlington

Season 2, Episode 32: He Always Comes Home

10 April 1955
An aging man is unfaithful to his wife and negligent to his daughter.

Merry Anders ... Angela

Richard Arlen ... Christopher Waring

Russ Conway ... Joe Davis

Elinor Donahue ... Debbie Waring (as Eleanor Donahue)

Loretta Young ... Linda Waring

Season 2, Episode 33: Feeling No Pain

17 April 1955
In a memorable episode that showcases Ms. Young's comic timing and dancing talent, she plays a passive secretary who cuts loose after a visit to the dentist and the lingering effects of laughing gas. In the scene in which she makes a grand entrance, bellowing "Anita, DAH-ling!" it strongly resembles the first appearance of Cruella DeVil in Disney's animated "101 Dalmatians."

Loretta Young ... Judy Cavanaugh

Hugh O'Brian ... Larry Brown

George N. Neise ... Albert Lauderdale (as George Neise)

Hazel Brooks ... Anita Twombley

Dabbs Greer ... Dentist
Karolee Kelly ... Nurse

Ottola Nesmith ... Milliner
Carl Milletaire ... Mario
Dante DiPaolo ... Dancer (as Dante Di Paola)

Season 2, Episode 34: The Little Teacher

24 April 1955
A man is plagued by guilt and worry when his daughter breaks a finger after he spanks her in anger.

Loretta Young ... Ellen Morgan
John Hudson ... Dick Morgan
Mimi Gibson ... Mindy Morgan
John Bryant ... David Lindsay

Stuart Randall ... Dr. Rayden
William Forrest ... Judge
Brick Sullivan ... Policeman

Season 2, Episode 35: I Remember the Rani

1 May 1955
A British writer recalls the captivating Maharani with whom he fell in love while on assignment in India.

Loretta Young ... Ayesha the Maharani
Edward Ashley ... Alan Chandler

Robert Warwick ... Pandit Rau
David Kasday ... Devas as a Boy
Mark Dana ... Martin Randall
Aly Wassil ... Devas as a Man
Noel De Souza ... Tutor

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Fear Me Not

28 August 1955

Season 3, Episode 2: Week-End in Winnetka

4 September 1955


Virginia Bruce ... Dee Norman

Elinor Donahue ... Janey

Ann Doran ... Helen Miller
John Eldredge ... Tad Miller
Edith Evanson ... Anna

Gene Raymond ... Mark Colby

Rosalind Russell ... Guest Hostess

Natalie Schafer ... Mrs. Hayes

Season 3, Episode 3: Reunion

11 September 1955

Bart Burns ... Mr. Lowery

Chick Chandler ... Robbins

Joseph Cotten ... Himself - Guest Host

Donald Curtis ... Kimball

Nina Foch ... Mrs. Graff
Jim Goodwin ... Lou (as James Goodwin)
Tim Johnson ... Ralph
Norman Ollestad ... Fred

Stafford Repp ... Bailiff

Herbert Rudley ... Judge
Jeffrey Silver ... Eugene (as Jeff Silver)

Season 3, Episode 4: My Uncle O'Moore

8 September 1955

Season 3, Episode 5: Gino

25 September 1955


Argentina Brunetti ... Mrs. Nardo
Thomas Coley ... Lee Ensign
Patricia Iannone ... Angeleen Nardo
John Milton Kennedy ... Himself - Announcer
Adrienne Marden

Ricardo Montalban ... Gino / Guest Host
Mary Sinclair ... Eileen Cambell

Season 3, Episode 6: Moment of Decision

2 October 1955

Claudia Barrett
John Milton Kennedy ... Himself - Announcer

Diana Lynn ... Sylvia Adler
Helen Mayon
Susan Morrow

Merle Oberon ... Guest Hostess
Carl Benton Reid ... Miles
Sandra Rogers

Liam Sullivan ... Lyman Adler

Season 3, Episode 7: The Waiting Game

9 October 1955


King Donovan ... Decorator

Joanne Dru ... Alice
Tom Hernández ... Angelo
Paula Hill ... Diane
John Milton Kennedy ... Himself - Announcer

Glenn Langan ... Jerry

Philip Ober ... Tom

Max Showalter ... Phil (as Casey Adams)

Barbara Stanwyck ... Herself - Guest Hostess

Season 3, Episode 8: The Last Spring

16 October 1955


Raymond Bailey

Larry J. Blake (as Larry Blake)
James Dobson

John Hodiak ... Matt

Van Johnson ... Himself - Guest Host
Walter Kelley
John Milton Kennedy ... Announcer

Peggy Knudsen ... Madeleine

Guy Williams

Michael Winkelman ... Jerry (as Michael Winkleman)

Season 3, Episode 9: Katy

23 October 1955

Mary Field ... Mrs. Stewart

Don Haggerty ... Mr. Leonard

Margaret Hayes ... Miss Ewing
Charles Herbert ... Mike

Van Johnson ... Himself - Guest Host
Dorothy Patrick ... Mrs. Leonard

Beverly Washburn ... Katy

Season 3, Episode 10: Slander

30 October 1955


Corey Allen ... Calvin
Betty Caulfield ... Miss Moore

Laraine Day ... Carol Potter

Irene Dunne ... Herself - Guest Hostess
Adrienne Marden ... Phyllis
Irene Tedrow ... Beatrice

Kenneth Tobey ... Harry Potter (as Ken Tobey)

Season 3, Episode 11: Tropical Secretary

6 November 1955


Rod Cameron ... Dave Goodwick

Walter Coy ... Wally Mitchell

Irene Dunne ... Herself - Guest Hostess

Dabbs Greer ... Chester Ives
John Harmon ... Charlie

Phyllis Kirk ... Jess Blackston

Season 3, Episode 12: The Bracelet

13 November 1955

Stephen Bekassy ... Professor Moreau

Judith Evelyn ... Ann
Maurice Marsac ... LeClerc

Merle Oberon ... Lucille / Guest Hostess

Season 3, Episode 13: Across the Plaza

27 November 1955


Peter Brocco
Francis De Sales

Margaret Hayes ... Julie Vaughn

Gerald Mohr ... Elliott Sayer

Dinah Shore ... Herself - Guest Hostess

Richard Webb ... Bill Walker

Season 3, Episode 14: A Pattern of Deceit

4 December 1955

Claudia Barrett ... Ann Marie

Robert Burton ... Preston

Claudette Colbert ... Guest Hostess

Laraine Day ... Sara Lewis
Rosemary Edelman ... Joan

Paul Langton ... Mark Hodges
Susan Morrow ... Lily Walker

Aline Towne ... Madge

Season 3, Episode 15: Man in the Ring

11 December 1955


Murray Alper ... Marty Simmons

Hugh Beaumont ... Arnie

Scott Brady ... Ted Slater

Greta Granstedt
Fay Roope

James Seay

Ann Sothern ... Guest Hostess

Phyllis Thaxter ... Laurie

Season 3, Episode 16: A Shadow Between

18 December 1955


William Ching ... Bill Adams
Elizabeth Flournoy ... Miss Springs

Joan Fontaine ... Herself - Guest Hostess

Marjorie Lord ... Miss Cook

Stephen McNally ... Dr. Richard Sherwood
Ruth Perrott ... Mrs. Simpkins
Mary Sinclair ... Louise Andrews

Season 3, Episode 17: Christmas Stopover

25 December 1955
This Christmas day tale of a small town waitress, lonely serviceman and the child of separated parents marks Loretta Young's first appearance on the series after many months of guest star presenters who filled in while she recovered from illness.

John Larch ... S / Sgt. Ernie Robbins

Robert Lowery ... Gordy
Bobby Clark ... Russell Hunter

Robert Anderson ... Ed

Ross Elliott ... Robert Hunter

Carroll McComas ... Old Lady

Loretta Young ... Sadie - Coffee Shop Waitress

Season 3, Episode 18: A Ticket for May

1 January 1956


Trevor Bardette
John Close
Christopher Dark ... Charlie Blackburn

John Ericson ... Will Hadley
Richard Grant

Dabbs Greer ... Les Shaw

Dorothy Malone ... May Hadley

William Phipps ... Sheriff (as Bill Phipps)

Season 3, Episode 19: Inga III

8 January 1956
One of Inga's prison workers is distraught over his wife's ill health, and Inga takes steps so that he can care for his wife. Seeing the strength of their marriage, Inga contemplates marriage for herself.

Season 3, Episode 20: The Challenge

15 January 1956


Keith Andes ... Bill Strawn
Harry Bartell ... Miles
William Boyett

Barbara Hale ... Mrs. Strawn
Terry Rangno ... Bruce

Regis Toomey ... Everett Strawn

Season 3, Episode 21: Song of Rome

22 January 1956


Anna Maria Alberghetti ... Nicola
Jinette DeBard ... Scarlatti

Scott Forbes ... Victor

Paul Picerni ... Toby
Penny Santon ... Mrs. Trantini

Loretta Young ... Herself - Hostess

Season 3, Episode 22: The Secret

29 January 1956
John Newland becomes another series fixture as the practical, detached father of a disabled mute boy, both whom are brought out of their shells by a children's book author.
Kathryn Card ... Mrs. Wilson
Stanley Fraser ... Butler
Arthur Lovejoy ... Visitor

John Newland ... Dr. Norton

Jay Potter ... Roy Norton

Loretta Young ... Prudence Bixby

Season 3, Episode 23: The Pearl

12 February 1956
A middle-aged Japanese fisherman finds a pearl in an oyster and conceals it from his wife.

Loretta Young ... Kiku
Teru Shimada ... Kiyoshi
Rayko Izuno ... Waitress
Chiyo Toto ... Geisha Girl #1 (as Chiyoko Baker)
Donna Jean Okubo ... Geisha Girl #2
Kayoko Wakita ... Geisha Girl #3

Season 3, Episode 24: Tightwad Millionaire

19 February 1956

Season 3, Episode 25: Gesundheit

26 February 1956
A famous New York stage actress finds herself allergic to her leading man.
Dan Barton ... Sam

Scott Forbes ... Rig Parks

Geoffrey Toone ... Cookie
Trude Wyler ... Miss Martell

Loretta Young ... Vivian King

Season 3, Episode 26: Father Hoppe

4 March 1956

Philip Bourneuf ... George Allen
Romney Brent ... Father Hoppe

John Craven ... Brother John
Jacqueline deWit ... Rachel Brackett

Mercedes McCambridge ... Cissy Brackett

Hayden Rorke ... Lynn Johnson

Will Wright ... Father Gourdian

Loretta Young ... Himself - Hostess

Season 3, Episode 27: His Inheritance

18 March 1956
An otherwise responsible husband and father has a periodic urge to leave his family and wander.
Ahna Capri (as Anna Marie Nanansi)
Barbara Eiler ... Grace

Kathleen Freeman ... Cousin Phemie
Anna Maria Nanansi

John Newland ... Eli

Denver Pyle ... Henry
Bucko Stafford ... Eli Jr.
Diane Wheelif

Ian Wolfe

Loretta Young ... Sarella
Pam Zack

Season 3, Episode 28: The Wise One

8 April 1956


Rico Alaniz ... Proprietor

James Anderson ... Burton
Dehl Berti ... William
Eugene Iglesias ... Guitar Player

Stephen McNally ... Carson

Joy Page ... Ellen
Shooting Star ... Chief
John War Eagle ... Garage Man

Season 3, Episode 29: But for God's Grace

1 April 1956
A mother, suffering sustained grief of losing one of her two sons, has distanced herself from her other son and husband. She becomes attached to a melancholy neighborhood boy.

Loretta Young ... Ruth Handley / Rosalie Simms

Hugh Beaumont ... Jack

Tommy Kirk ... Alvin Simms
Helen Mayon ... Thelma
Jimmy Baird ... Philip

Season 3, Episode 30: Hapless Holiday

8 April 1956

Fred Coby ... Smitty

Russ Conway ... Eddie
Don Kennedy ... Detective
Ray Montgomery ... Peter

Mildred Natwick ... Mrs. Redman
Dan Riss ... Chuck

Phyllis Thaxter ... Dinah

Season 3, Episode 31: Code 258

15 April 1956


Barry Atwater ... George

Alan Hale Jr. ... Bob
Mary James ... Mary

Frank Lovejoy ... Walter
Gloria McGehee ... Ruth (as Gloria McGhee)

Herbert Rudley ... Granville

Season 3, Episode 32: The Cardinal's Secret

22 April 1956
A young priest uses his skill as a baseball player to clear his parish of debts.

John Beradino ... O'Rourke

Ted de Corsia ... Manager
Patricia Hardy ... Ruth
Therese Lyon ... Miss Bagley
Charles Meredith ... Bishop

Ricardo Montalban ... Father William Gomez
Brad Trumbull ... Bill Bremmer

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Double Partners

26 August 1956
A deaf woman is entangled in strange and deadly events.

James Anderson ... Will Mullen
Bruce Cowling ... Austin Baxter
Daniel De Jonghe ... Planchek

Ross Elliott ... Sergeant Tuttle

Addison Richards ... Leonard Craigle

Loretta Young ... Ruth Baxter

Season 4, Episode 2: The Question

2 September 1956
A real-life research project inspired this tale about a wife and mother having trouble juggling work and family when she becomes embroiled in a psychological thesis based on asking people a very telling question.
Helen Mayon ... Hostess
Bucko Stafford ... Terry

Craig Stevens ... Philip Channing
Joan Sudlow ... Millie

Rhys Williams ... Professor Green

Loretta Young ... Margaret Channing

Season 4, Episode 3: Saigon

9 September 1956


Steve Forrest ... Mark Carter

Renee Godfrey ... Andree Chartaud
Donald Randolph ... Paul Morel
Bruce Wendell ... Colonel Reynaud

Loretta Young ... Kim Collet

Season 4, Episode 4: Little League

16 September 1956
Tommy Kirk returns, this time as a youngster with his heart set on qualifying for a little league baseball team.

Loretta Young ... Helen Seaton

Mabel Albertson ... Mert Seaton

Tommy Kirk ... Mark Seaton
Ray Ferrell ... Peter Seaton
Michael Garrett ... Mr. Tyler

Season 4, Episode 5: Incident in Kawi

23 September 1956


Vanessa Brown ... Miss Phinney

Dan O'Herlihy ... Dave Hardy
George Pelling ... Officer Tuttle
Paul Playdon ... Clarence
Hilda Plowright
Charles Swain
Frederick Worlock ... Blenning (as Frederic Worlock)

Season 4, Episode 6: Now a Brief Word

29 September 1956
A copywriter finds herself writing speeches for two opposing candidates.

Loretta Young ... Judy Evans

Mike Connors ... Al Kiner (as Touch Connors)
John Eldredge ... Grady Smith
Raymond Greenleaf ... Jake Alberts
Howard Wright ... Roy Taylor

Season 4, Episode 7: The Years Between

7 October 1956
In a taut drama that sadly still resonates today, an arrogant personnel director finds his ageist hiring policies coming back to bite him.

Rachel Ames ... Alice Fuller (as Judith Ames)

Ann Doran ... Ginny Tucker

Ross Elliott ... Ned Tucker

John Newland ... Jim Macklin

Addison Richards ... Mr. Abbott

Loretta Young ... Laura Macklin

Season 4, Episode 8: New Slant

14 October 1956
A playwright works in a boys' reform school to gather material.

Season 4, Episode 9: Goodbye, Goodbye

21 October 1956
During a beach picnic, a widowed mother recalls when her romance with a novelist hit an unexpected snag.
Linda Cunningham ... Betsy Harding

John Newland ... Peter Lord
Erik Nielsen ... Graham Harding
Judy Short ... Sarah Harding

Loretta Young ... Catherine Harding

Season 4, Episode 10: The Great Divide

28 October 1956
A woman convinced she will never marry falls for an old school friend.
Evelyn Eaton ... Liz (as Evelynne Eaton)
Lee Goodman ... Fred Albright
Charles Herbert ... Tommy
Renny McEvoy ... Bill
Earl Robie ... Bill Jr.

Loretta Young ... Mabel MacAfee

Season 4, Episode 11: Take Care of My Child

4 November 1956


Hugh Beaumont ... Chris Palmer

John Doucette ... Jim O'Malley

Betty Field ... Frances Palmer

Beverly Washburn ... Lillian O'Malley

Season 4, Episode 12: The End of the Week

11 November 1956
Just as a disillusioned schoolteacher is about to quit, she encounters classroom challenges including stolen money and a neglected student.

Loretta Young ... Audrey Curtis

Don Megowan ... Hank Curtis

Johnny Crawford ... Freddy
Tina Thompson ... Sally
Mira McKinney ... Miss Forbes
Tiger Fafara ... Bobby (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Inga IV

18 November 1956
Inga Helborg returns, this time to help get an accounting job for a ex-convict who was jailed for embezzlement.

Loretta Young ... Inga Helborg
Donald Murphy ... Ben Cabot
Maurice Manson ... Mr. Thurman
Robert Fortier ... Tom Roberts

Kathleen Freeman ... Jessie

Season 4, Episode 14: Rhubarb in Apartment B-7

2 December 1956

William Allyn ... Herbert Knowlton
Charles Cane

John Crawford ... Arthur Mullen

Johnny Crawford ... Arthur Mullen
Ray Ferrell ... Wendell Mullen
Patricia Hardy ... Abby Mullen

Ricardo Montalban ... Joe Martinez

Loretta Young ... Herself - Hostess

Season 4, Episode 15: Somebody Else's Dream

9 December 1956
A decorated veteran contends with careers that threaten his integrity, as well as an ambitious, social climbing wife.
Jimmy Baird ... Mickey
Lewis Martin ... R. B. Weldon

Mark Roberts ... Greg Hite

Bing Russell ... Jim Murphy
Judy Short ... Mary
Amzie Strickland ... Gladys

Loretta Young ... Janice Hite

Season 4, Episode 16: Three and Two, Please

16 December 1956
Sister Ann touches the lives of numerous patients she attends to at a hospital.

Loretta Young ... Sister Ann

Vaughn Taylor ... Boris Atherton

Eugene Mazzola ... Guermo Rodriguez (as Eugene Martin)

Carroll McComas ... Sister Veronica

Ted Stanhope ... Dr. Morris

Hope Summers ... Nurse O'Brien

Rachel Ames ... Nurse Holste (as Judith Ames)
Pat Lawless ... Father Whelan

Season 4, Episode 17: Imperfect Balance

30 December 1956
A little Swiss boy suspects the respected Burgermeister of loading his scales and cheating village children.
Mary Carroll ... Bertha
Ralph Clanton ... Franz Balek

Sarah Padden ... Frau Lang

Michael Winkelman ... Hansie Lang (as Michael Winkleman)

Loretta Young ... Gerda Freuling

Season 4, Episode 18: Queen Nefertiti

6 January 1957
While sculpting a bust of the Egyptian monarch, the artist declares his love for her, putting both of them at risk with the Pharoah.

Loretta Young ... Queen Nefertiti
Lawrence Dobkin ... Akhenaton
Ken Remo ... Thutmouse

Robert Warwick ... Zozer
Robert Fortier ... General

Season 4, Episode 19: My Favorite Monster

13 January 1957
A sensitive little girl becomes hysterical when she sees a horror movie starring her mother's boyfriend.

Loretta Young ... Madge McEvoy

John Newland ... Victor Conrad

Sandy Descher ... Janey McEvoy

Season 4, Episode 20: Miss Ashley's Demon

27 January 1957
A deluded Southern belle has trouble facing the truth about why she really refused her engagement.
Richard Garland ... Randolph Kirk
Ruby Goodwin ... Etta Mae
Sheila James Kuehl ... Mary (as Sheila James)

Vaughn Taylor ... Mr. Ashley

Loretta Young ... Penelope Ashley

Season 4, Episode 21: The Bad Apple

3 February 1957


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Lee Bowman ... Jack Burton
Francis De Sales ... Larson
Bobby Diamond ... Lowell
Harry Jackson ... Foster
Erik Nielsen (as Erik Nielson)
Howard Petrie ... Chief Scoutmaster

Regis Toomey ... Henry Herman

Season 4, Episode 22: Tension

17 February 1957
A best selling author, who has taken to callous treatment of those he deems unimportant, finds his wife and himself in a death trap when his car hits a high tension wire.
Jack Dimond ... Tommy Whittaker

John Newland ... Steve Winters

Vaughn Taylor ... Pete Whittaker

Loretta Young ... Ellie Winters

Season 4, Episode 23: Wedding Day

24 February 1957
An eerie period piece about a bride suffering apparent breakdown and confusion in the wake of strange events she can't seem to piece together.

Loretta Young ... Muriel Vail
Carol Veazie ... Jessica Vail
Lewis Martin ... Frederick Vail
Oliver McGowan ... Dr. Severn
Peter Damon ... Kenneth

Season 4, Episode 24: Louise

10 March 1957


Loretta Young ... Herself - Hostess

John Banner ... Hans

Tristram Coffin ... Mr. Lee (as Tris Coffin)

Viveca Lindfors ... Louise Reynard

Herbert Marshall ... Bo Barrett

Frances Mercer ... Mrs. Lee

Norma Varden ... Mrs. Masters

Season 4, Episode 25: Emergency

24 March 1957


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Anna Maria Alberghetti ... Julie Hendricks

Tristram Coffin ... Mr. Thompson (as Tris Coffin)

John Ericson ... Roy Hendricks

Percy Helton

Frances Mercer
Emerson Treacy

Norma Varden ... Head Nurse

Season 4, Episode 26: The Room Next Door

31 March 1957
A man and woman who live in neighboring city apartments are reluctant to allow romance into their lives.
Jesslyn Fax ... Mrs. Connors
Richard Garland ... David Marshall

Loretta Young ... Miss Ryan

Season 4, Episode 27: So Bright a Light

7 April 1957
A jaded news photographer named Gretchen or "Gretch" gains new insight into the human condition when she covers the story of refugees from Budapest.

Ross Elliott ... Bill Stevens

Eric Feldary ... Eric Lazlo
Ann Morrison ... Mrs. Edith Gary
Erzsi Pulay ... Dorra Fekete
Albert Szabo ... Jozsef Fekete

Loretta Young ... Gretchen Brock-Miller

Season 4, Episode 28: Rummage Sale

14 April 1957


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Margaret Field ... Mary Murphy (as Maggie Mahoney)

Arlene Harris
Myra Marsh ... Mrs. Abernathy

Mark Roberts ... Carl Pooler

Jan Sterling ... Lucia
Will J. White

Season 4, Episode 29: Legacy

21 April 1957
The difficult conditions of an inheritance put a couple in conflict.

Loretta Young ... Martha

John Newland ... Robert Gray
Tita Purdom ... Alice Gray
Mary C. Ker ... Little Alice
Walter Kingsford ... James Hughes

Season 4, Episode 30: The Man on Top

28 April 1957


Loretta Young ... Herself - Hostess
Harry Arnie ... Alberto

Clark Howat ... Mark Wilcox
Maurice Manson ... Fred Collum

Ricardo Montalban ... Angelo Pelligrini

Harry Townes ... Bill Garvey

Season 4, Episode 31: The Countess

5 May 1957
Ken Osmond plays a young boy involved in a deadly resistance movement for a small country under military siege.
Lawrence Dobkin ... General
Watson Downs ... Uncle Paul
Kay Miller ... Marinka

Ken Osmond ... Peter (as Kenneth Osmond)

Loretta Young ... Countess

Season 4, Episode 32: A Mind of Their Own

12 May 1957
A top fashion designer is charmed by the owner of a budget dress line -- until she discovers his company has copied her latest designs.

Gail Bonney ... Teresa

Thurston Hall ... Judge

Murray Hamilton ... Mike Finn

Frances Mercer ... Mrs. Forsythe

Judy Morris ... Beatrice Crump

Ludwig Stössel ... Professor

Loretta Young ... Allison Bainworth

Season 4, Episode 33: Royal Partners: Part 1

19 May 1957
One of the stars of a renowned dance duo loses her sight in a freak accident and sinks into self-pity.

Loretta Young ... Edie Royal
Robert Fortier ... Willie Royal

Edward Platt ... Henry
Ann Morrison ... Mrs. Palmer
Oliver McGowan ... Dr. Jordan

Maidie Norman ... Flora (as Madie Norman)

Season 4, Episode 34: Royal Partners: Part 2

26 May 1957
A sight impaired dancer secretly trains herself in hopes of rejoining her husband/dance partner on stage again.

Loretta Young ... Edie Royal
Robert Fortier ... Willie Royal

Edward Platt ... Henry
Ann Morrison ... Mrs. Palmer
Oliver McGowan ... Dr. Jordan

Maidie Norman ... Flora (as Madie Norman)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: A Dollar's Worth

20 October 1957
The spoiled daughter of a brash manicurist discovers that her father hadn't died when he returns from a prison sentence for forgery.

Loretta Young ... Thelma Brown

Byron Foulger ... Andy
Joseph J. Greene ... B.B. Pendleton (as Joseph Greene)

Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Maxie (as Susan Seaforth)
Kim Spalding ... Max

Season 5, Episode 2: The Defense

27 October 1957


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Peter Brocco
George Eldredge

Ross Elliott ... Bill Harmon
Elizabeth Harrower ... Miss Himbler

Helen Kleeb ... Marjorie

Addison Richards ... Ralph Verdeen

Mark Stevens ... Joe Navotnick

Season 5, Episode 3: Innocent Conspiracy

3 November 1957

Robert Kino ... Taro
George Matsui ... Kenzo
Teru Shimada ... Kiyoshi Arikawa

Loretta Young ... Kiku Arikawa

Season 5, Episode 4: Understanding Heart

10 November 1957


Ann Doran ... Mrs. Harrison

Nancy Gates ... Helen Mason

Dabbs Greer ... Walter Harrison

Anita Louise ... Herself - Hostess

Gary Merrill ... Lou Mason

Season 5, Episode 5: The Little Witness

24 November 1957
A mother struggles to protect her son (Johnny Crawford), who witnessed a murder.

Johnny Crawford ... Bobby Wright (as John E. Crawford)

Fred Graham

Grant Richards ... Man

John Vivyan ... Mack Barron

Loretta Young ... Hostess / Shirley Wright

Season 5, Episode 6: Blizzard

1 December 1957


Loretta Young ... Herself - Hostess

Pat Crowley ... Verna Ellsworth

Stephen McNally ... George Ellsworth

Gilman Rankin ... Announcer (as Gil Rankin)
Dick Rich ... Truck Driver

Season 5, Episode 7: Friends at a Distance

8 December 1957

Constance Cameron ... Woman

Charles Korvin ... Boleslaw Sublinski
Max Mellinger ... Man
Anne O'Neal ... Mrs. Partridge

Loretta Young ... Susan Parker

Season 5, Episode 8: Man in a Hurry

15 December 1957


Laraine Day ... Karen McCall
George Eldredge ... Police Chief
Morris Lippert ... Toby
Erik Nielsen ... Pete
Kim Spalding ... Ed McCall
Carl Thayler ... Kramer

Joe Turkel ... Logan (as Joseph Turkel)

Loretta Young ... Herself - -Hostess

Season 5, Episode 9: Power Play

29 December 1957

Robert Benevides (as Robert Beneveds)

James Daly ... Judd Killian
Thomas Browne Henry ... President Walker (as Thomas B. Henry)

Clark Howat ... Sam Price
Felix Locher

Anita Louise ... Laura Killian
Luis Van Rooten ... Peter Gregson
Barbara Wilson

Season 5, Episode 10: The Demon and Mrs. Devon

5 January 1958
A Chinese vase and a steroids surprise party drastically alter a young businessman's life.
George Baxter ... Mr. Fielding
W.T. Chang ... Mr. Ling

Taylor Holmes ... Mr. Blackwell

Frances Mercer ... Mrs. Fielding

Ted Stanhope ... Mr. Strauss

Craig Stevens ... Chuck Devon

Carleton Young ... Policeman

Loretta Young ... Barbara Devon

Season 5, Episode 11: The Mail Van Murder

12 January 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Edgar Lustgarten ... Narrator
Hy Hazell ... Carla
Dennis Castle ... Superintendent Hammond
Gordon Needham ... Sergeant Wilson
Robert Reardon ... Jack Tanner
Derek Sydney ... Charles Sparks

David Kelly ... Fenton
Alfred Maron ... Evans
George Pravda ... Captain Manson

Victor Beaumont ... Nicholas Strange

Season 5, Episode 12: The Hidden One

19 January 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Julie Adams ... Paula McGill (as Julia Adams)
Olive Blakeney ... Mrs. McGill
Patty Ann Gerrity ... Jan McGill
Mary Alan Hokanson ... Mrs. Dane
Gregory Irvin ... Howie McGill

Dewey Martin ... Scott McGill
Oliver McGowan ... Dr. Maitland
Barbara Bell Wright ... Miss Mason

Season 5, Episode 13: Faraway Island

26 January 1958

Elvira Curci ... Lena
George Keymas ... Lorenzo Barocci

John Newland ... Stephen Harvey

Loretta Young ... Countess Barocci

Season 5, Episode 14: My Two Hands

2 February 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Tamar Cooper ... Corinne

Robert Foulk ... Leadman

Nancy Gates ... Peggy Masters

Gary Merrill ... Bill Masters

William Schallert ... Roy Smith

Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Lynne (as Susan Seaforth)
Charles Seel ... Supervisor
Jeanie Van Dam ... Blueprint Girl (as Jeanne Van Dam)

Season 5, Episode 15: Dear Milkman

9 February 1958
A wife who has written a loving book about her milkman husband encounters marital conflict when a Hollywood producer wants to make a movie based on the wife's book except the producer's vision is to change reality to suit cinema practices.

Mabel Albertson ... Babs

Nancy Kulp ... Helen
Peter Leeds ... Danton Hall

Robert Rockwell ... Albert Dickens

Loretta Young ... Augusta Dickens

Season 5, Episode 16: The Bargain

16 February 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Geneviève Aumont ... Jeanette Babich

Wally Cox ... Leslie Nettleton

Pat Crowley ... Helen Morris

Percy Helton ... Clerk

Grant Richards ... Shepperd
Sue Stanley ... Operator

Craig Stevens ... Pete Nettleton

Season 5, Episode 17: A Greater Strength

23 February 1958

Judith Brian ... Reporter
Cheryl Callaway ... Melissa

Mae Clarke ... Mother Superior
Dominique De Leon ... Chinese Attendant (as Dominic De Leon)
Ann Morrison ... Marie Crane

Bing Russell ... Newsman

Loretta Young ... Jean Kennedy

Season 5, Episode 18: Conflict

2 March 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Jean Allison ... Claudia Barbour

Keefe Brasselle ... Johnny Roberts

John Newland ... Paul Barbour
Carl Benton Reid ... Henry Barbour

Season 5, Episode 19: The Oriental Mind

9 March 1958

George Matsui ... Kim-Ko

Bing Russell ... Sergeant
Kim Spalding ... Ed Gates

Loretta Young ... Pam Gates

Season 5, Episode 20: Windfall

16 March 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Veda Ann Borg ... Lillian

Hume Cronyn ... Hap Martin
Jacqueline deWit ... Mrs. Potter
John Eldredge ... Mr. Platt
Roy Glenn ... Laborer
Oliver McGowan ... Attorney James Cellar
Richard Reeves ... Foreman
Frank Tweddell ... Judge

Season 5, Episode 21: Time of Decision

23 March 1958


Luana Anders ... Ellen
George Baxter ... Mr. Ulrich
Joseph Hamilton ... Mr. Hamilton - Landlord (as Joe Hamilton)

John Newland ... David Harrison

Loretta Young ... Ruth Pierce

Season 5, Episode 22: Air Stewardess

30 March 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Suzanne Alexander ... Andrea Dodd

Patience Cleveland ... Susan Trevor

James Daly ... Sam Wayne
Nancy Evans ... Laura Hapgood

Steve London ... Jim Bross

Karen Sharpe ... Jane Sawyer
Lorna Thayer ... Christine Markham
Carl Thayler ... Jim Kendall
Maurice Wells ... Thomas Hapgood

Season 5, Episode 23: To Open a Door

6 April 1958


Eleanor Audley ... Edith Landow
William Flaherty ... Mr. Higgins

Tom Helmore ... Dr. Dale Sargent
Mary Alan Hokanson ... Dickie Sharp
John Munro ... Clerk
Betsy Paul ... Donna
Alan Reynolds ... Cal

Loretta Young ... Janet Forbes

Season 5, Episode 24: Thanks to You

13 April 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Fred Barton

Hume Cronyn ... Henry Goodens
Preston Hanson ... Denison
Wright King ... Chuck Hendricks
Mary Lawrence ... Ellen Goodens
Pat McGeehan
John Munro

Charles Tannen

Season 5, Episode 25: Dangerous Verdict

20 April 1958


Billie Bird ... Mrs. Shubb
Preston Hanson ... 1st Reporter

Clark Howat ... Linden
George Keymas ... Potter
Gregg Martell ... Hogan
William Munchow ... 2nd Reporter

Barney Phillips ... Brock
Charles Seel ... Mr. Charles

Loretta Young ... Judge Lila Brighton

Season 5, Episode 26: Second Rate Citizen

27 April 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Malcolm Cassell ... Ron Burton

Anthony Eisley ... Sandy Sandburn (as Fred Eisley)
Thomas Browne Henry ... Gardener (as Thomas B. Henry)

Dewey Martin ... Bill Fisher

William Schallert ... Ed Palmer

Jacqueline Scott ... Diane Warrington
Hal Taggart ... Mr. Hillery

Season 5, Episode 27: South American Uncle

4 May 1958

Michael Emmet ... Father Handley
Wright King ... Father Moore
Helen Mayon ... Mrs. Kelly

Regis Toomey ... Father Middleton

Loretta Young ... Alma

Season 5, Episode 28: A Strange Adventure

11 May 1958

Candy Candido ... Leonardo
Elvira Curci ... Signora Di Fontana
Geraldine Hall ... Woman

Paul Picerni ... Darius
Charles Seel ... Man
Mario Siletti ... Peruzzi

Loretta Young ... Beth Hammond

Season 5, Episode 29: Day of Rest

18 May 1958
A woman's day of rest assigned to her by the husband due to a her developing cold becomes problematic due to the needs of her six children.

Loretta Young ... Beryl Oliver

Robert Rockwell ... Stephen

Shelley Fabares ... Kathy
Toni Smalkin ... Margie
Kim Lindall ... Dusty
Ken Lindall ... Bruce

Gina Gillespie ... Susie
Joan Sudlow ... Mrs. Arkwright
Mary Alan Hokanson ... Mrs. Miller
George Milan ... Mr. Miller

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: The Near Unknown

5 October 1958


Robert Anderson ... Bartender (as Bob Anderson)
Constance Cameron ... Flower Woman
Mark Dana ... Boy Friend
John Munro ... Max
James Parnell ... Customer in Bar

George Selk ... Old Man

Loretta Young ... Peggy Simms / Miss Connally

Season 6, Episode 2: For Better or for Worse

12 October 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Edward Binns ... Governor Jim Pierson

Sidney Clute
Maureen Leeds ... Ann Hayden
Mary Munday

Barry Russo (as John Duke)

Mark Stevens ... Sam Hart
Maurice Wells

Season 6, Episode 3: In the Good Old Summertime

19 October 1958
Jeb and Amy Stewart plan the perfect second honeymoon - and send their children to summer camp.
Harriett Argenbright ... Mrs. Tobin
Cheryl Callaway ... Sandy Stewart

William Henry ... Barney (as Bill Henry)
Linda Howell ... Babs Stewart
Michael Montgomery ... Junior
James Parnell ... Harry Tobin

Robert Rockwell ... Jeb Stewart

Loretta Young ... Amy Stewart

Season 6, Episode 4: A Visit to Sao Paolo

26 October 1958
An American travel agent visits a depressed village in Italy. James Philbrook later was the co-star of the New Loretta Young Show (1962-63).
Rose Barbato ... Anna (as Rosa Barbato)
Domenick Delgarde ... Houseboy
Vicente Padula ... Marco
James Philbrook ... Mike Roberts
Mario Siletti ... Angelo
Carlo Tricoli ... Papa

Loretta Young ... Maria Gordella

Season 6, Episode 5: Out of Control

2 November 1958

Season 6, Episode 6: The 20-Cent Tip

9 November 1958
To make ends meet, a high school teacher must take a second job as a waitress. Conflicts occur when students begin coming to the restaurant.

Walter Barnes ... Casey
Donna Jo Boyce ... Janey (as Donna Boyce)
Malcolm Cassell ... Steve (as Malcolm Cassel)
Madge Cleveland ... Janey's Mother
Martin Dean ... Ralph
Helen Mayon ... Miss Boland
Howard Wright ... Mr. Wilcox

Loretta Young ... Margaret Hutchins

Season 6, Episode 7: I Want to Get Married

16 November 1958


Mae Clarke ... Grace Summers

Alan Hale Jr. ... Harris

Ralph Meeker ... Joe Martin
Christine White ... Millie Shelby

Season 6, Episode 8: The Woman Between

23 November 1958
A man possessed is Alex Stark, who never has anything on his mind but business, even staying away from his fabulous New York penthouse for long periods to make deals. His wife Eleanor loses interest in him and falls for the family lawyer, She Alex's firm by selling their stock to the paramour.
Elizabeth Harrower ... Mrs. Sims

Clark Howat ... Harry Correll

Kitty Kelly ... Amy
Jon Lormer ... Dr. Gibbs

John Newland ... Alex Stark
Philip Phillips ... Ronny (as Phil Phillips)

Paul Picerni ... Stanley Reed

Loretta Young ... Eleanor Stark

Season 6, Episode 9: The Last Witness

30 November 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Lillian Adams ... Rosa Zambetti

Eddie Albert ... Max Asher
Jacqueline deWit ... Mrs. Peabody
Jack Haddock ... Lieutenant
Paula Houston ... Shirley Asher

Helen Kleeb ... Mrs. Hirsch
Pat McGeehan ... Narrator
Philip Phillips ... Ronny (as Phil Phillips)
Frank J. Scannell ... Dave Zambetti (as Frank Scannell)

George Tobias ... Henry

Season 6, Episode 10: The Happy Widow

7 December 1958
On a ship bound for Paris, a businessman (James Philbrook) spends his time with a Mrs. Mathews - he assumes is married.
Albert Carrier ... Andre

Sidney Clute ... Travel Agent (as Sid Clute)
Elvira Curci ... Italian Woman
James Philbrook ... Cliff Hewitt
Alan Reynolds ... Purser
Rolfe Sedan ... Mr. Ogilvie
Helen Van Tuyl ... Mrs. Wilkerson

Tania Velia ... French Girl

Loretta Young ... Kay Mathews

Season 6, Episode 11: Strange Money

14 December 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Julie Adams ... Milly
Harriett Argenbright ... Edna Kent
Joe Bailey ... Robber

Ralph Meeker ... Ed James
James Parnell ... Joe Devlin
Terry Ann Ross ... Jennie James
Charles Seel ... Bill
Joan Sudlow ... Mrs. Scully

Regis Toomey ... George Kent

Season 6, Episode 12: Most Honorable Day

21 December 1958


Walter Brooke ... Mr. Brown

Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Brown

Gina Gillespie ... Margy
Leslie Wenner ... Sally

Loretta Young ... Taka

Season 6, Episode 13: Operation Snowball

28 December 1958


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Art Fleming ... Art (as Arthur Fleming)
Lee Goodman ... Joe Nelson

Sandra Gould

Virginia Mayo ... Myrna Nelson
Christine White ... Bea (as Chris White)

Season 6, Episode 14: The Break-Off

4 January 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Barry Atwater ... Jim Mitchell
Toni Gerry
Larry Kerr ... Haggerty

Ralph Meeker ... Pilot Duke Cavanaugh
John Munro ... Technician

Barney Phillips ... Dr. Arnold Temple
Philip Phillips ... Mike

Season 6, Episode 15: Sister Ann

11 January 1959
A badly injured man is brought to a hospital, needing long term care with his hands and eyes covered during his period of treatment. he's gruff, irritable and ill mannered, not realizing he's been taken to a Catholic hospital or that his nurse that he falls in love with is actually a nun. When the bandages are removed and finally knows, he must suppress his feelings.

Loretta Young ... Sister Ann

Claude Akins ... Matt Malone

Hope Summers ... Nurse O'Brian
Donna Jo Boyce ... Miss Martin

Ted Stanhope ... Dr. Morris
Eleanor Moore ... Mrs. Kuntz
Paul Smith ... Stanley

Season 6, Episode 16: This Is the Moment

18 January 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

James Daly ... Al Hayes

Clark Howat ... Conners
Ann Morrison ... Mrs. Burke

Edward Platt ... Sutter
Christine White ... Nurse Nona Call

Season 6, Episode 17: Incident in India

25 January 1959
A Hindu slaver tries to sell two Muslim captive women from Pakistan in a small town. The single local constable puts a stop to it but holds the women in his gaol. The younger woman bargains for her freedom by helping the policeman to trap a bandit gang who have been raiding nearby homes and farms.

Loretta Young ... Karima

Richard Devon ... Mannsingh

Marjorie Eaton ... Sara
Joseph Granby ... Jagan Lal
George Keymas ... Haridass
Patrick Westwood ... Huptaji

Season 6, Episode 18: Seed from the East

1 February 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself - Hostess
Donna Jo Boyce ... Barbara

Virginia Christine ... Bertha Holt
Jack Haddock ... Capt. McNabb

Dean Jagger ... Harry Holt
Robert Kino ... Dr. Chung
Pat McGeehan ... Narrator
Leslie Wenner ... Linda
Tafa Lee ... Child (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 19: The Black Lace Valentine

8 February 1959
On Valentine's Day, a housewife receives a large, expensive valentine - but isn't sure who sent it.

Mary Adams ... Susan's Mother
Charles Boaz ... Milkman
Mark Erickson ... Bud
Preston Hanson ... Mr. Manley
Gregory Irvin ... Robin
Joe Maross ... David Glover
Robert Montgomery Jr. ... Teenager
Michael Montgomery ... Davy
Dick Winslow ... Howie Biddle

Loretta Young ... Susan Glover

Season 6, Episode 20: Marriage Crisis

15 February 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Robert Anderson ... Monty

Jack Lord ... Joe

Elizabeth Montgomery ... Millie
Mary Munday ... Alice
James Parnell ... Brace

Robert Stevenson

Season 6, Episode 21: The Portrait

22 February 1959
An old line aristocrat has a portrait painter in to do his daughter's likeness, but he finds her painfully shy and given to revealing only half her face, the side he's asked to paint. Soon it comes out she's been scarred in a fire, one that her mother died in and her stern father blames her for.
Richard Garland ... Peter Curtis

Kitty Kelly ... Suzanne

George Macready ... Bernard Vanderhoff

Loretta Young ... Madeliene Vanderhoff

Season 6, Episode 22: 810 Franklin Street

1 March 1959


Jackie Coogan ... Woody Woods

Royal Dano ... Roy Henry
Howard Dayton ... Johnny Wycoff
Jacqueline deWit
Renny McEvoy
Joseph Mell
John Munro ... Dale Armstrong
Evelyn Scott ... Shirley Henry
Carl Thayler ... Charlie Larson

Season 6, Episode 23: The Prettiest Girl in Town

8 March 1959
A famous fashion model returns to her home town for her 20-year class reunion. After spending the evening with her old flame, she longs to return to a more meaningful small town life.

Loretta Young ... Connie Van
James Philbrook ... Dr. Earl Luke
Betty Lou Gerson ... Betty Crump

Hal Smith ... Arnold Crump
Pamela Dean ... Sally Crump

Season 6, Episode 24: The Tenderizer

21 March 1959
A shy bank employee meets a hardened female parolee at a cafeteria.
Dee Carroll ... Cashier

Robert Foulk ... Parole Officer
Joe Maross ... Woodrow Blake
Renny McEvoy ... Boy
Kelly Smith ... Alice

Loretta Young ... Fay Davies

Season 6, Episode 25: Each Man's Island

29 March 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Don Beddoe ... Nicholas Barton
Jack Henderson
Leon Lontoc

Ricardo Montalban ... Nemo Rustin
Christine White ... Madeline (as Chris White)

Season 6, Episode 26: Mr. Wilson's Wife: Part 1

5 April 1959
A self-absorbed business man constructs a plan that includes the employment of a psychiatrist to stop his bored wife's descent into alcoholism.

Loretta Young ... Vera Wilson

Joseph Wiseman ... Dr. Newland

Claude Akins ... Robert Wilson
Joan Sudlow ... Mary Louise
Don Shelton ... Clyde

William H. O'Brien ... Andy

Season 6, Episode 27: Mr. Wilson's Wife: Part 2

12 April 1959
A healing process for a couple's marriage and a cure for the wife's alcoholism begin after a psychiatrist helps them face their specific roles in causing dysfunction.

Loretta Young ... Vera Wilson

Joseph Wiseman ... Dr. Newland

Claude Akins ... Robert Wilson

Addison Richards ... Mr. Ross
Joan Sudlow ... Mary Louise

Season 6, Episode 28: Strictly Personal

19 April 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Whitney Blake ... Stella Graham

Steve Cochran ... Joe

Anna Lee
Vicente Padula

Gilman Rankin ... Father Fitzsimmons

Mike Road ... Ed Graham

Season 6, Episode 29: The Accused

26 April 1959


Sidney Clute ... Peterson (as Sid Clute)

Ann Doran ... Anne Thomas

Dabbs Greer ... Fred Blanchard
Thomas Browne Henry ... Charles Fergus (as Thomas B. Henry)
Erik Nielsen ... Grant Hutton

Barney Phillips ... Bob Williams
Howard Price ... Officer
Louis Towers ... John Hutton

Loretta Young ... Norma Hutton

Season 6, Episode 30: Trouble in Fenton Valley

10 May 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Claude Akins ... Carl Hodges

Pat Crowley ... Nancy Hodges

Fred Graham
Robert Hernandez ... Pepe
Alex Montoya ... Manuel
John Munro
Cindy O'Hara ... Anita
Patrick Westwood ... Montoya

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: The Road

20 September 1959
An unhappy wife, with a brain tumor, leaves for France without her husband. See ends up on a road trip to Lourdes (filmed on location).
Robert Brubaker ... Gerald Ward
Joseph Cuby ... Boy
Paula Dehelly
André Dumas

Victor Francen ... Brancardier
Robert Hernandez ... Pepe
Alex Montoya ... Manuel
Patrick Westwood ... Montoya

Loretta Young ... Alice Ward

Season 7, Episode 2: One Beautiful Moment

27 September 1959
A teacher's attitude is transformed during a trip to Hawaii, but she faces a crisis upon her return.

Barry Atwater ... Mr. Mayfield

Phil Chambers ... Mr. Riley
Sara Taft ... Mrs. Dickerson
Gretchen Thomas ... Miss Holliday
Katherine Warren ... Mrs. Mayfield (as Katharine Warren)

Loretta Young ... Audrey Dickerson

Season 7, Episode 3: The Strangers That Came to Town

4 October 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

John Beal ... Father
Malcolm Cassell ... 2nd Son
Gabriel Curtiz ... Mr. Duvitche
David Duval ... 1st Son
Jan Tine ... Duvitche's Son

Season 7, Episode 4: Mask of Evidence

11 October 1959
A woman watching Mardi Gras from her balcony becomes concerned when a stranger comes over to her apartment - and won't leave.

Barry Atwater ... Stranger
Richard Garland ... Dr. Paul

Maidie Norman ... Josi
Wendy Winkelman ... Melanie

Loretta Young ... Katharine

Season 7, Episode 5: Circles of Panic

25 October 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Suzi Crandall ... Ellie Winters
Hugh Lawrence ... Ed Randolph

Frank Lovejoy ... Joe Winters

Ralph Moody ... Schneider
James Parnell ... Smitty
Philip Phillips ... Petey Winters (as Phil Phillips)

Ed Prentiss ... David Peterson

Davis Roberts

Season 7, Episode 6: The Red Dress

1 November 1959

Vickie Sue Conley ... Susan
Fred Essler ... Walter

Nina Foch ... Joan Rogers

Dabbs Greer ... Dr. Baker
Nancy Millard ... Sales Clerk
Mary Munday ... Nurse
Edwin Rand ... Bill
Gretchen Thomas ... Matron

Season 7, Episode 7: A New Step

8 November 1959
A widowed dance instructor decides to volunteer at a rehabilitation center.
Madge Cleveland ... Checker
Carl Crow ... Peter White
Lisabeth Field ... Ann (as Elizabeth Fielding)
Vinton Hayworth ... Dr. Elliott
Mort Thompson ... Nurse
Wayne C. Treadway ... Mr. Ward

Loretta Young ... Polly Fry

Season 7, Episode 8: Ten Men and a Girl

15 November 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Sheldon Allman ... Barber

Jackie Coogan ... Snuff Carter

Dick Sargent ... Billy Simpson (as Dick Sargeant)

Regis Toomey ... Mr. McCarthy

Season 7, Episode 9: The Lady in the Fish Bowl

22 November 1959
A woman lives in a store window for a week to win a contest - but seems to be watched by a mysterious man.
Fred Coby ... Chuck

Robert Foulk ... Police Officer

Kitty Kelly ... Mrs. Foley
Philip Phillips ... Bill Hays (as Phil Phillips)
James Stone ... Mr. Simpson

Jeffrey Stone ... Man

Loretta Young ... Sally Hays

Season 7, Episode 10: Vengeance Is Thine

29 November 1959


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Al Breneman ... Michael Cutler (as Allen Breneman)
Richard H. Cutting ... District Attorney (as Richard Cutting)
John Eldredge ... Mayor

James Hong ... Lee Chan
Clegg Hoyt ... Pete Cutler

Michael Pataki ... Stanley Cutler

Marshall Thompson ... Jim Turner
Beal Wong ... Quong Wo

Season 7, Episode 11: The Penthouse

6 December 1959

Fred Coby ... Bartender
Carl Crow ... Steve

Elliott Reid ... Mark Waxman
Vernon Rich ... Announcer

Loretta Young ... Augusta Smith

Season 7, Episode 12: Alien Love

13 December 1959
The principal at Jefferson High has an immediate dislike for the new Hungarian-born physics teacher because he seems so "foreign." She unexpectedly finds herself defending him against false accusations from a spoiled student.

Loretta Young ... Anita Dodd

Walter Slezak ... Emil Kronsteidt
Maurice Manson ... Mr. Marton

Kitty Kelly ... Gloria

Sue Lyon ... Laurie (as Suellyn Lyon)
Frank Gardner ... Jerry
Helen Andrews ... Mrs. Williams

Season 7, Episode 13: Shower of Ashes

27 December 1959

Fern Barry ... David's Wife
Don Edmonds ... Matt

Eduard Franz ... Rev. Travers
Patty Ann Gerrity ... Judy

Everett Sloane ... David

Season 7, Episode 14: The Grenade

3 January 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

John Ericson ... Carl Stanton

Dabbs Greer ... Dr. Merrill
Jean Howell ... Marie Crawley
Joel Marston ... Norman Adams
Philip Phillips ... Jimmy Crawley (as Phil Phillips)
Fredd Wayne ... Ed Crawley

Season 7, Episode 15: Little Monster, Tall Tales

10 January 1960
Jeff, a recently adopted child, continually makes up stories - worrying his new family.
Clement Brace ... Bill Landon
Betsy Hale ... Marie
Charles Herbert ... Jeff
Madeleine Taylor Holmes ... Janie (as Madeleine Holmes)
Nancy Millard ... Mrs. Miller

Loretta Young ... Donna Landon

Season 7, Episode 16: Off-Duty Affair

17 January 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Charles Aidman ... Joey Willard

Marshall Thompson ... Dan Jenkins

Mary Treen ... Aunt Gladys
Christine White ... Katy Kilbourne (as Chris White)

Season 7, Episode 17: Mrs. Minton

24 January 1960
Felice Minton agrees to her husband's request to have her portrait painted, only after the visiting husband of her closest friend makes romantic overtures.

Henry Brandon ... John Buckley

Kitty Kelly ... Maid

Glenn Langan ... Howard Minton

Jody Lawrance ... Miss Vivan

Loretta Young ... Felice Minton

Season 7, Episode 18: The Hired Hand

7 February 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

William Fawcett ... Jake

Ricardo Montalban ... Frank
Harry Shannon ... Tom
Christine White ... Norma (as Chris White)

Season 7, Episode 19: Slight Delay

14 February 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Skip Homeier ... Frankie Salmo
Grace Leonard ... Connie
Mary Young ... Birdie Pennybaker

Season 7, Episode 20: Second Spring

21 February 1960
In the midst of planning her teen-age daughter's wedding, Betty Rogers finds out she is having another baby.
Malcolm Cassell ... Chuck Rogers
Angus Duncan ... Tom
George Eldredge ... Doctor (as George Eldridge)

Don Haggerty ... Bill Rogers
James Parnell ... Fred
Marlene Willis ... Donna Rogers

Loretta Young ... Betty Rogers

Season 7, Episode 21: Crisis in 114

6 March 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Don Haggerty ... Mike Prichett
Mary Alan Hokanson ... Mother

Marshall Kent ... Mr. Wycoff

Everett Sloane ... Mr. Seller
William Tennant ... Tommy Seller (as Bill Tennant)

Season 7, Episode 22: The Trouble with Laury's Men

13 March 1960
Laury Barlow blames her mother for her failed romances. Julie Sommars first television role as Laury.
Joe Cronin ... Curt

Glenn Langan ... Dan Barlow

Julie Sommars ... Laury Barlow

Loretta Young ... Janet Barlow

Season 7, Episode 23: The Trial

20 March 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
John Clarke ... Jones

Herbert Lytton ... Dr. Brockman (as Herbert C. Lytton)
Mary Munday ... Clara

Regis Toomey ... John Howell

Season 7, Episode 24: Plain, Unmarked Envelope

3 April 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Denise Alexander ... Joyce Parker

Don DeFore ... Jeremy Parker
Thomas Browne Henry ... Postmaster (as Thomas B. Henry)

Bethel Leslie ... Shirley Parker
Anne Loos ... Helen Bailey

Davis Roberts ... Mailman

Season 7, Episode 25: The Best Season

17 April 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Richard Carlson ... Larry

Walter Woolf King ... J.C. Walters
Jon Lormer ... Doctor (as John Lormer)

June Vincent ... Jeanne

Season 7, Episode 26: The Unwanted

1 May 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Robert Bray ... Bob Tracy
Vickie Sue Conley ... Jane
Cheryl Crotser ... Barbara

Anna Lee ... Anne Tracy
Murray Parker ... Doctor
Henry S. Quan ... Policeman (as Henry Quan)

Season 7, Episode 27: Faith, Hope and Mr. Flaherty

8 May 1960
Another story involving Sister Ann, this time involving funds multiplying to help those Sister Ann meets.

Loretta Young ... Sister Ann
J.M. Kerrigan ... Mr. Thomas J. Flaherty

Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Spencer
Renny McEvoy ... Drunk Man
Dorothy Crider ... Sally - Drunk Woman
Fred Sherman ... Andy, Bum

Season 7, Episode 28: The Eternal Now: Part 1

15 May 1960
On a sight-seeing tour, a bored American widow and a French businessman are left behind on a Greek island.
Jan Arvan ... Ylanis Canaris

Jean-Pierre Aumont ... Paul Jacquard
George Conrad ... Guide
Katherine Theodore ... Eleni

Loretta Young ... Irene Sherwood

Season 7, Episode 29: The Eternal Now: Part 2

22 May 1960
On a Greek island, a French businessman tries to help an unhappy American widow face the Now.
Jan Arvan ... Ylanis Canaris

Jean-Pierre Aumont ... Paul Jacquard
George Conrad ... Guide
Katherine Theodore ... Eleni

Loretta Young ... Irene Sherwood

Season 7, Episode 30: The Misfit

5 June 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Jack Chefe ... Frederick
Madge Cleveland ... Mrs. Wilson

Patricia Donahue ... Charlotte Stokes

Henry Jones ... Henry Stokes
Carlyle Mitchell ... Mr. Wilson

Shirley Mitchell ... Mrs. Mason

Everett Sloane ... Narrator
Roger Til ... Charles

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: The Long Night

18 September 1960
The lives of the new family next door have a great impact on a housewife's own marriage.
Ruth Brady ... Laura
Preston Hanson ... Al
Gregory Irvin ... Donny
Norma Michaels ... Nurse
Beverly Ravel ... Girl #2 (as Beverly Revell)
Robert Richards ... Chris
Sue Warwick ... Girl #1

Loretta Young ... Dina

Season 8, Episode 2: At the Edge of the Desert

25 September 1960


Patricia Donahue ... Irene Montclair
Tommy Earwood ... Tommy
Gregory Irvin ... Johnny

Ricardo Montalban ... Frank Montclair
Michele Turner ... Ann

Season 8, Episode 3: Fair Exchange

2 October 1960
A wife reflects back on the time she went to the family's beach house alone after an argument with her husband.
Ruth Brady ... Jane
Stanley Erickson ... Whitney (as Stan Erickson)
Preston Hanson ... Don

Loretta Young ... Sylvia

Season 8, Episode 4: Linda

9 October 1960


Richard Carlson ... Radio Announcer (voice)

James Drury ... Tony

Jack Ging ... Ben Sloan

Karen Sharpe ... Linda

Season 8, Episode 5: Switchblade

16 October 1960


Loretta Young ... Hostess

James Barton ... Ernie Clevenger

Roy Engel ... Corey Bellman Jr.

Bert Remsen ... Ted Clevenger
William Tennant ... Marty Bellman (as Bill Tennant)
Jon Lormer ... Corey Bellman Sr.
Wynn Gregory ... Millie Clevenger
Rolfe Sedan ... Mayor Lucas

Everett Sloane ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 6: Love Between the Acts

23 October 1960
At a popular play, a widow believes her meddling aunt arranged to have a certain man sit next to her. James Philbrook (New Loretta Young Show co-star) plays the mystery man.
Isobel Elsom ... Aunt Lou
Preston Hanson ... Jeffrey
James Philbrook ... Man

Loretta Young ... Katherine Ward

Season 8, Episode 7: The Glass Cage

30 October 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Patrick Farrow ... Bob Marks (as Pat Farrow)

Marta Kristen ... Bonnie
Anne Loos ... Betty Rolph

Charlotte Stewart ... Leddi Page
William Tennant ... Larry Norden (as Bill Tennant)

Audrey Totter ... Mrs. Page

Season 8, Episode 8: The Seducer

6 November 1960
A former actress does not approve of the content of the motion pictures her husband produces.

Kitty Kelly ... Marie
Peter Leeds ... Sid Palmer
Jack Lester ... Dr. Blake

John Newland ... Creighton Halliday
Marlene Willis ... Jill Halliday

Loretta Young ... Nora Halliday

Season 8, Episode 9: No Margin for Error

13 November 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Henry Hunter ... Ben Haralson

Kitty Kelly ... Edith

Ricardo Montalban ... Tony Santos

Marion Ross ... Peg Santos

Olan Soule ... Stanley Gibbs
Joan Sudlow ... Mrs. Pepper

Season 8, Episode 10: Unconditional Surrender

20 November 1960
A man who has been working closely with a young woman, asks his wife for a divorce. However, he's not prepared for her reaction.

Vince Barnett ... Grimes

Patricia Blair ... Gloria Mason
Martin Dean ... Willie

John Newland ... Henry Underwood

Dave Willock ... Counterman

Loretta Young ... Margaret Underwood

Season 8, Episode 11: The Night the Doorbell Rang

27 November 1960


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Charles Korvin ... Leo Unten
Rene Kroper ... Mitch Unten at Age 12
Derrik Lewis ... Mitch at 18
Renny McEvoy ... Dusty Smith
Ruth Storey ... Jeanette Unten

Season 8, Episode 12: These Few Years

11 December 1960
A wife's decides to leave a New Year's Eve party early to spend the evening with her family.

Douglass Dumbrille ... George Haviland
Preston Hanson ... Curt Lindsey
Norma Shattue ... Patty Lindsey (as Norma Shattuc)

Charlotte Stewart ... Linda Lindsey
Gary Waynesmith ... Norman
Scott Wells ... David Lindsey

Loretta Young ... Madge Lindsey

Season 8, Episode 13: My Own Master

18 December 1960


Cloris Leachman ... Ella

Bill Mumy ... Rennie (as Billy Mumy)

Mark Roberts ... John

Ginny Tyler ... Juck (voice)

Season 8, Episode 14: Enter at Your Own Risk

8 January 1961


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Merry Anders ... Lenore Cooper

Ross Elliott ... Father Pius

Ralph Meeker ... Willis Cooper
Charles Seel ... McSorley
John War Eagle ... Charlie

Season 8, Episode 15: This Subtle Danger

15 January 1961
A husband's recovery from back surgery results in an increasing dependence on pain killers.
Joe Abdullah ... Warden Burton
John Clarke ... Mrs. Engstrom

Richard Coogan ... Henry Roberts

Kitty Kelly ... Sergeant

Barney Phillips ... Dr. Deland
Bobby Slade ... Dennis Roberts

Loretta Young ... Louise Roberts

Season 8, Episode 16: The Lie

22 January 1961

Marlene De Lamater ... Barbara Harrison
Jack Garbutt ... Ted Jackson

Bill Mumy ... Jimmy Harrison (as Billy Mumy)
Lucy Prentis ... Margot Harrison

Loretta Young ... Yuki Arakawa

Season 8, Episode 17: Quiet Desperation

5 February 1961
The Perkins family contemplates breakup and separation as Victor's boss pressures him to move to Japan for his job.

Loretta Young ... Linda Perkins

H.M. Wynant ... Victor Perkins

Michael Burns ... Stephen Perkins

Byron Morrow ... Mr. Howard

Season 8, Episode 18: The Golden Cord

12 February 1961


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Joe Abdullah ... Officer Reedy
John Clarke ... Reporter

Darryl Hickman ... Danny Miles
Renny McEvoy ... Reporter

Frank Puglia ... Guido Racelli

Vito Scotti ... Harvey Cox

Season 8, Episode 19: Double Edge

19 February 1961


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Baynes Barron ... Eric Ludlow
Larry Blyden ... Al Schumacher
Craig Duncan ... Smitty
Jean Howell ... May Schumacher

Frank Jenks ... Blount
Nancy Millard
Don Ross ... Charlie

Season 8, Episode 20: The Choice

26 February 1961


Jean Gillespie ... Peggy

George Nader ... Austin Granger

Richard Ney ... Charles DeHavilland

Loretta Young ... Isobel DeHavilland

Season 8, Episode 21: When Queens Ride By

12 March 1961


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess
Leslie Barringer
Jennie Lynn

John Milford ... John Musgrave

Lois Smith ... Jenny Musgrave

June Vincent ... Woman

Season 8, Episode 22: The Preliminaries

19 March 1961


James Drury ... Bob Prentiss

George Macready ... Oliver Prentiss
Lory Patrick ... Ruth Douglas
Katherine Squire ... Mrs. Douglas

Vaughn Taylor ... John Douglas

Season 8, Episode 23: Woodlot

26 March 1961


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Charles Bronson ... Eugene Walters

Ellen Burstyn ... Ann Walters (as Ellen McRae)
John Clarke ... Dick

Ted Stanhope ... Dr. Simmonds

Season 8, Episode 24: Doesn't Everybody?

2 April 1961
A wealthy woman decides to assist fate - and pursues a bank vice president.
Joe Abdullah ... Customer

Mary Adams ... Mother
Mabel Forrest ... Woman
Peter Forster ... Mark

Kitty Kelly ... Secretary
James Philbrook ... Wainwright Tyler

Loretta Young ... Margo Randall

Season 8, Episode 25: The Man Who Couldn't Smile

9 April 1961


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

Rico Alaniz ... Miguel Portillo
Alma Beltran ... Carmen Portillo
Raoul De Leon ... Joe Cabrera
Theodore Lehmann ... Theo Vandenberg (as Ted Lehmann)

Ricardo Montalban ... Father Garcia

Season 8, Episode 26: Emergency in 114

23 April 1961
After an accident involving their son, a wife must locate her philandering husband.
Larry Adare ... Davy

Ted de Corsia ... Dr. Goodman

Kitty Kelly ... Nurse
Alf Kjellin ... Wayne Anderson
Jackie Russo ... Boy

Loretta Young ... Lucy Anderson

Season 8, Episode 27: 13 Donner Street

30 April 1961


Loretta Young ... Herself - Hostess
Joe Abdullah ... Bundy
Larry Blyden ... Joe Fontana
James V. Christy ... Wycoff
Jean Howell ... Bonnie
Renny McEvoy ... Al Noonan

Barney Phillips ... Sgt. Woodruff
Johnny Seven ... Nicky Marks

Season 8, Episode 28: Those at the Top

7 May 1961


Loretta Young ... Herself-Hostess

James Gregory ... Jim Patton

Catherine McLeod ... Martha Patton

Nestor Paiva ... Victor Russo

Addison Richards ... Beseley

Season 8, Episode 29: The Wedding

21 May 1961

Gertrude Flynn ... Lettie Harron
Camille Franklin ... Sales Clerk

Cloris Leachman ... Ruth Harron

Harry Townes ... Jason Grant

Linda Watkins ... Aunt Minna

Loretta Young ... Ruth Harron

Season 8, Episode 30: The Forbidden Guests

28 May 1961
After the death of her husband, a sculptress without children fixates on her statues.
Richard Garland ... James Collier
Stephen Hammer ... Jamie

Candy Moore ... Love
Ann Morrison ... Mrs. Butler

Loretta Young ... Elizabeth Collier

Season 8, Episode 31: Not in Our Stars

4 June 1961
A wife begins to believe her personal horoscope impacts what happens to her family.
Joe Abdullah ... Scoutmaster

Roger Mobley ... Henry Sands Jr.
Kelly Smith ... Cathy Sands

H.M. Wynant ... Henry Sands

Loretta Young ... Harriet Sands

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