An anthology series based in New York City which attracted a high caliber group of actors, often Broadway stars. Stories were both drama and comedies, some original but others adaptions of films and plays.

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Series cast summary:
William Brower ...
 Bellhop / ... 5 episodes, 1949-1950
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 Dan Dorgan / ... 3 episodes, 1950-1951
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 Aunt Martha Brewster / ... 3 episodes, 1949
Pat Kirkland ...
 Beth March / ... 3 episodes, 1948-1951
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 Julian Northrup / ... 3 episodes, 1949-1951
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 Inspector Hannen / ... 3 episodes, 1950
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 Colonel / ... 2 episodes, 1949-1950
Jane Seymour ...
 Effie Kugler 2 episodes, 1951
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 Terry Rafferty 2 episodes, 1951
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 Rudolph Kugler 2 episodes, 1951
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 Buzz Jones / ... 2 episodes, 1949
Martin Newman ...
 Commissioner Manning 2 episodes, 1951
Salem Ludwig ...
 Mugg Schnitzel 2 episodes, 1949-1951
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 Annie Jones / ... 2 episodes, 1948-1950
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 Clinton Jones / ... 2 episodes, 1948-1950
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 Olivia Grayne / ... 2 episodes, 1948-1949
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 Mortimer Brewster 2 episodes, 1949-1951
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 Harry Binion / ... 2 episodes, 1949-1950
Elizabeth Eustis ...
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 Julie Cavendish 2 episodes, 1949-1950
Kathryn Grill ...
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 Beverly Carlton 2 episodes, 1949-1950
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 Mr. Edwards / ... 2 episodes, 1949-1950
Lois Wheeler
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 Theodore Lawrence 2 episodes, 1949
Meg Mundy ...
 Christina Phelps / ... 2 episodes, 1949
Edgar Stehli ...
 Dr. Einstein 2 episodes, 1949
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 Bella Manningham 2 episodes, 1950-1951
Louisa Horton
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 Julian Northrup 2 episodes, 1950-1951
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 Agnes / ... 2 episodes, 1950-1951
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 Alice / ... 2 episodes, 1950-1951
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 Prof. Allen Carr 2 episodes, 1950
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 Inspector / ... 2 episodes, 1950
Valerie Cossart ...
 Elsie Radfern / ... 2 episodes, 1950
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 Tweedledum 2 episodes, 1950
Helen Ray
Ralph Riggs ...
 Matey / ... 2 episodes, 1950
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 Mad Hatter / ... 2 episodes, 1950
Mary K. Wells ...
Stella Andrew ...
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An anthology series based in New York City which attracted a high caliber group of actors, often Broadway stars. Stories were both drama and comedies, some original but others adaptions of films and plays.

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(52 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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"The Magnavox Theatre" alternated with "The Ford Theatre Hour" between September 15, and December 8, 1950. See more »

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