Playhouse 90 (TV Series 1956–1961) Poster

(1956–1961)

Episode List

 OR 

1956

4 Oct. 1956
Forbidden Area
Why are so many B-99 bombers from Hibiscus Air Base crashing or simply disappearing? Colonel Price comes up with a terrifying explanation, but will anyone believe him?
 
11 Oct. 1956
Requiem for a Heavyweight
An over-the-hill heavyweight boxing champion who suffers from the ravages of years of head trauma is exploited by his manager, despite the efforts of a compassionate young woman who tries to help him recover his self-respect.
 
18 Oct. 1956
Sizeman and Son
The happy atmosphere in Mr. Sizeman's factory is disrupted by an argumentative newcomer - his son.
 
25 Oct. 1956
Rendezvous in Black
A woman is inexplicably killed on a street-corner. What has this to do with other deaths around the city?
 
1 Nov. 1956
The Country Husband
After a near-death experience, a business starts to re-think his life, and wonders about leaving his wife.
 
8 Nov. 1956
The Big Slide
A vaudeville comic becomes a silent film star.
 
15 Nov. 1956
Heritage of Anger
A wealthy industrialist has trouble with his sons.
 
22 Nov. 1956
Eloise
It's not so much that Eloise is a mischievous child, but the darnedest things do happen when she's around.
 
29 Nov. 1956
Confession
When a much-admired community leader dies, a journalist starts to investigate his life - and finds he was not the man he seemed.
 
6 Dec. 1956
Made in Heaven
When Zachary and Elsa separate, each seems tempted to start a new love affair.
 
13 Dec. 1956
Sincerely, Willis Wade
A wealthy mill owner finances the education of a clever, but poor, young man.
 
20 Dec. 1956
The Family Nobody Wanted
A true story, it follows a pastor and his wife through forties beginning with one biological child, Donny. But the upheaval of the war years results in a number of mixed raced children that the Doss family adopt until they have 12 children.
 
27 Dec. 1956
Massacre at Sand Creek
An investigation into a massacre of Native Americans.
 

 1956  1957  »

See also

TV Schedule

Contribute to This Page