Producers' Showcase: Season 1, Episode 2

State of the Union (15 Nov. 1954)

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A wealthy businessman is persuaded to run for U.S. President. He finds that he is constantly forced to compromise his principles in order to secure support and funding, and finally ... See full summary »

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Grant Matthews
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Jim Conover
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Kay Thorndyke
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Spike McManus
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A wealthy businessman is persuaded to run for U.S. President. He finds that he is constantly forced to compromise his principles in order to secure support and funding, and finally withdraws from the race. However, his experience has only made him more determined to reform the political system. ; Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Adapted from a Broadway play by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. "State of the Union", starring Ralph Bellamy and Ruth Hussey, opened at the Hudson Theater in New York on Nov 14, 1945, ran for 765 performances and won the Pulitzer Prize in Drama in 1946. See more »

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