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Episode List



10 Jan. 1958
Robert Mitchum
Frank is asked by a friend to perform at his child's senior prom but learns the dance committee would prefer to hire a rock-and-roll band.
21 Feb. 1958
A Time to Cry
A murderer holds a woman hostage in her frontier cabin.
7 Mar. 1958
Edie Adams
Frank Sinatra and Edie Adams sing while Stan Freberg interviews a man from the moon.
21 Mar. 1958
The Man on the Stairs
A youthful dancer becomes involved with a moody painter who lives in her apartment building.
4 Apr. 1958
Spike Jones and Helen Grayco
Jesse White tells Frank Sinatra that Nelson Riddle's orchestra is drowning out his feeble voice, so he has hired a smaller band. The smaller band turns out to be Spike Jones and his City Slickers, who promptly transform the program into a non-stop musical joke. Jesse and Spike put on a Telethon to raise money for Frank, one of the great entertainers of "yesteryear." Frank is at first insulted, but then decides, "A buck is a buck." In the grand finale, Frank sings Spike's hit version of "Chloe", with Spike Jones backing.
18 Apr. 1958
The Brownstone Incident
During an oppressive heatwave, a husband and wife have a violent argument over the virtues of city versus suburban living.
25 Apr. 1958
Ethel Merman
Frank is joined by Ethel Mermen for an evening of comedy and song. In the featured sketch, Frank and Ethel play a high-powered show-business couple who are surprised by a TV interviewer and have to conceal that their home is a mess.
16 May 1958
The Green Grass of St. Theresa
A priest is assigned to minister to his old neighborhood parish and discovers the church building is badly in need of repair.
30 May 1958
Face of Fear
A new governess becomes concerned when her employer refuses to discuss the whereabouts of his wife and his son is stricken with fear.
6 Jun. 1958
The Seedling Doubt
A woman recently released from a mental hospital doubts the man who says he is her husband is who he claims to be.

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