Playhouse 90: Season 2, Episode 23

No Time at All (13 Feb. 1958)

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William Lundigan ...
Ben Gammon
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Emmy Verdon
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Karen
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Marshall Keats
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Webber's Manager
Harry Einstein ...
Mr. Laurie
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Happy Gallant
Reginald Gardiner ...
Felix Allardyce
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Dolph Grimes
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Stanley Leeds
Florence Halop ...
Mrs. Laurie
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Harrison
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Mr. Kramer
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Mrs. Kramer
Shepperd Strudwick ...
Reagan
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A rare filmed production on "Playhouse 90", which usually presented their programs live. Before the episode began, however, there were live introductory remarks by host Everett Sloane. See more »

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Disaster like film before its peak time

This kind of scheme was largely used in the late sixties and seventies, especially with the AIRPORT series for the big screen; and not only, how many TVMs were talking about disappearance of airliners, or problems the crew and passengers had to deal with? How many? Lots of them. This tale is of course speaking of an airplane who suddenly disappears from the radar screen. And around this, the audience is given an accurate study of several people involved with the passengers or crew of the flight. One scene very shocking, although no spectacular: the one in which the airline executive shows his wrath because of the possible loss, because of the plane disappearance, of a fish shipment destined to restaurants...No matter the passengers. No comment. Interesting drama yarn, perfect for TV, especially without really suspense or climax as we can find for large screen audiences. Deserves to be discovered again, and don't forget this was a direct, live show back in the late fifties. A real performance. Worth watching.


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