Out There (1951–1952)

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Innovative anthology series was one of the first adult-oriented science fiction series of the early-fifties and probably suffered for it. Teleplays were adapted from the best science ... See full summary »

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Casey Allen
(2 episodes, 1951-1952)
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 Captain Bill Hurley (2 episodes, 1951-1952)
Arthur Batanides
(2 episodes, 1951)
Stewart Bradley
(2 episodes, 1951)
Logan Field
(2 episodes, 1951)
Nancy Franklin
(2 episodes, 1951)
Eddie Hyans
(2 episodes, 1951)
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Innovative anthology series was one of the first adult-oriented science fiction series of the early-fifties and probably suffered for it. Teleplays were adapted from the best science fiction stories available from such masters as Ray Bradbury and Robert Heinlein. The series, which did not have a sponsor, was canceled after only twelve episodes Written by Anonymous

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CBS had a story budget of $650 per episode which compares well with such "prestigious" series' budgets such as Climax! (1954) and Armstrong Circle Theatre (1950) whose budget was $750 per episode. See more »

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