Four Star Playhouse: Season 4, Episode 4

Full Circle (27 Oct. 1955)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama
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A particularly bad review causes a Broadway actress to scheme to humiliate the drama critic.

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Howard Maxwell
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Jeanne Baird ...
Nan Ferens
Alvin Greenman ...
Merv Sheppard
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Terry Thomas
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A particularly bad review causes a Broadway actress to scheme to humiliate the drama critic.

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Charming and with some lovely performances.
10 September 2010 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is an episode of "Four Star Playhouse"--an interesting concept for an anthology TV show. Each show featured one of four rotating established actors in a short movie. This particular one starred David Niven (a terrific actor whose charm always enhanced his performances) and was very satisfying--and an awful lot of this is due to the very charming performance by Joanne Woodward--who was still very early in her acting career. It also didn't hurt that the writing was awfully good.

The episode begins with a group of actors lamenting about the harsh review their play just received. Woodward's character is so incensed that she goes to the writer's apartment and confronts him...with a gun! While this would seem like the end of the story, there is MUCH more to it than that. There are some very good plot twists and the film really made me smile. I would like to say more, but it would definitely spoil the show for you. Regardless, with wonderfully acting and a nice script, you can't do wrong by watching this one!


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