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 Jubal Banks (1 episode, 1954)
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 Ralph Brennan (1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
Alonzo Bozan
(1 episode, 1954)
Joseph Buloff
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
Thomas Coley
(1 episode, 1954)
Kevin Coughlin
(1 episode, 1954)
Lili Darvas
(1 episode, 1954)
Charles Dingle
(1 episode, 1954)
Robert Emmett
(1 episode, 1954)
Parker Fennelly
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
Pat Harrington Sr.
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
Walter Kinsella
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
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 Terry Clayborn (1 episode, 1954)
Phyllis Love
(1 episode, 1954)
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 Zach Toombs (1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
John McQuade ...
 Ralph (1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
Gaby Rodgers
(1 episode, 1954)
Polly Rowles
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
John Shellie ...
 Clayton Beard (1 episode, 1954)
Howard St. John ...
 Matthew Clayborn (1 episode, 1954)
Frances Starr
(1 episode, 1954)
Paul Stevens ...
 Doug (1 episode, 1954)
Charles Taylor
(1 episode, 1954)
Rex Thompson
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
(1 episode, 1954)
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This program was broadcast on alternate Tuesday nights between 9:30 and 10:30 PM on the ABC TV Network. It alternated with The United States Steel Hour (1953). See more »

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The 28 Year Old Rod Serling
23 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Just four months shy of his 29th birthday, Rod Serling wrote 'The Worthy Opponent' which was aired on August 24th 1954 for this series and earned his living as a writer. The following year, he would win an Emmy Award for 'Patterns'.


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