Screen Directors Playhouse: Season 1, Episode 28

Every Man Has Two Wives (3 Jun. 1956)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama | Romance
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In the spring, when one gentleman's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of a former love, his wife decides to take drastic action. She and hubby make a trip back to the old home town, ... See full summary »

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In the spring, when one gentleman's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of a former love, his wife decides to take drastic action. She and hubby make a trip back to the old home town, determined to come face to face with his childhood sweetheart. Written by Anonymous

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Remembrance of Things Past
5 April 2014 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Barry Nelson and Janet Blair go to his old hometown to take a look at what happened to his high school sweetheart in this minor be amusing episode of Screen Directors' Playhouse.

Hal Roach assembled top-notch cast and crews for the series and this one is no exception. Buddy Ebsen and Mary Sinclair play the secondary couple and the director is Lewis Allen. Allen is not much mentioned these days, but he directed some tight little thrillers like THE UNSEEN and SUDDENLY and the charming OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY. His movie directing ended in the late fifties and he became a well regarded director of television drama series, including more than forty episodes of BONANZA.


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