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Studio One Collection, Disc 1
1948 to 1958 ~ CBS-TV
Studio One , presented by Westinghouse, was one of the first of the anthology TV programs. A total of 466 episodes aired on CBS between 1948 and 1958. The program appeared in various time slots before finally settling in on Monday night. Like a number of other 1950s and '60s television shows, Studio One was moved over from radio, where it had started in the mid-1940s.
Includes: 1. “The Medium” (12/12/48): Anna Maria Albergetti, Leo Coleman, Marie Powers. “Madame Flora conducts bogus séances to bilk grieving parents, but during one séance she feels hands around her neck and panics”. 2. “Julius Caesar” (8/1/55): Theodore Bikel, Shepperd Strudwick, Phillip Bourneuf. “Cassius, Brutus, Casca and Decius arrange the murder of Caesar and at the funeral Marc Anthony makes his famous oration. Later the death of Caesar is avenged when the armies of Caesar Octavius, Anthony and Lepidus defeat the faction led by Cassius and Brutus”. In black and white. A-

Studio One Collection, Disc 2
Includes: 1. “June Moon” (6/22/49): Eva Marie Saint, Jack Lemmon, Glenda Farrell, Jean Carson. “A naive Schenectady shipping clerk comes to Manhattan with dreams of becoming a lyricist, befriends a one-hit wonder composer, and meets the girl of his dreams”. 2. “Wuthering Heights” (10/30/50): Charlton Heston, Mary Sinclair, Richard Waring, John Forsythe. “The Lintons welcome Catherine into their home, Edgar their son falls in love with her, but Catherine loves another. Heathcliff below the social register is an outsider but his love for Catherine leads them to a tragic end”. 3. “Pontius Pilot” (4/7/52): Cyril Ritchard, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Francis L. Sullivan, Madge Elliot. “The story, set 15 years after the Crucifixion, of the Roman governor Pontius Pilate, who is depicted as a victim of circumstances”. In black and white. A-

Studio One Collection, Disc 3
Includes: 1. “The Storm” (10/17/49), Betty Furness, Dean Harens, Marsha Hunt, John Rodney. “During a stormy night, a woman alone in a country house discovers a dead body in her basement and is terrorized by an intruder”. 2. “1984” (9/21/53) Eddie Albert, Lorne Greene, Norma Crane. “George Orwell's novel of a totalitarian future society in which a man whose daily work is rewriting history tries to rebel by falling in love”. 3. “Confessions Of A Nervous Man” (11/30/53) Betty Furness, Art Carney, Jacqueline Susann, Barbara Nichols. “Playwright George Axelrod takes a comic look at his sudden rise to fame and fortune. Axelrod tells of his life after his successful Broadway play "The Seven Year Itch" and how it feels to be a most-sought after man, whose very success threatens him with imminent fall”. A-

Studio One Collection, Disc 4
Includes: 1. “The Remarkable Incident At Carson Corners” (1/11/54): Robert P. Lieb, John Sheille, Sara Seegar, Doreen Land. “A group of school children perform what appears to be a play, but it progresses into a trial when the school janitor is accused of murder”. 2. “Dark Possessions” (2/15/54): Leslie Nielsen, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Barbara O’Neil, Lenora Thatcher. “An anonymous letter writer creates fear and havoc in the lives of three sisters”. 3. “The Death And Life Of Larry Benson” (5/31/54): Lee Remick, Chester Morris, Peg Hillias, Skip Homeler. “Larry Benson was reported missing on the battlefield more than three years ago and the entire town is excited about his unexpected homecoming”. A-

Studio One Collection, Disc 5
Includes: 1. “The Strike” (6/7/54): Wyatt Cooper, Bob Drew, Bert Freed, Frank Marth. “Major Gaylord recounts an experience during World War II when he was obliged to fire on an American soldier in the dead of night on a Pacific island”. 2. “Twelve Angry Men” (9/26/54): Norman Fell, Robert Cummings, Paul Hartman, Joseph Sweeney. “A jury must reach a verdict concerning a teenaged boy accused of murder”. 3. “An Almanac Of Liberty” (11/8/54): Pat Hingle, Joe Fallon, Lee Richardson, Eli Mintz. “A stranger comes to a small town with radical ideas, frightening the townspeople when they discover that time is standing still as a result of their mistreatment of the stranger, a few try to gang up on the intruder only to find that time moves backward with each infringement of another man's rights. At length, they realize that the day is December 15, the 163rd anniversary of the signing of the Bill of Rights. When they repent, time, once again, moves ahead”. A-

Studio One Collection, Disc 6
Includes: 1. “Summer Pavilion” (5/2/55): Elizabeth Montgomery, Joseph Sweeney, Charles Drake, Ruth White. “A mother and daughter clash between the old and new ways of the South”. 2. “Dino” (1/2/56): Sal Mineo, Rudy Bond, Brandon Peters, Danny Dennis. “Dino, who has just been released from reform school, is sullen and uncooperative with his family and his guidance counselors, but he knows that if he returns to his life of crime, his adoring kid brother will be with him”. 3. “The Arena” (4/8/56): Wendell Corey, Frances Sterhagen, Peter Turgeon, Chester Morris. “Young James Norton has just arrived in Washington, D.C., to begin his term as a freshman senator. He follows in the footsteps of his famous father, an ex-senator who considered the senate floor his arena. Norton must soon decide whether he wants to keep following in those footsteps, or beat a path of his own”. A-

Stump The Stars
11/26/62 ~ CBS-TV
Hosted by Pat Harrington Jr. The cast of The Dick Van Dyke Show are guests; Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Rose Marie and Morey Amsterdam vs. regulars Sebastian Cabot, Beverly Garland, Ross Martin, and Gisele MacKenzie. “Created by producer/host Mike Stokey, this show can best be described as "celebrities playing charades." Under the title “Pantomime Quiz”, it began life in 1947 as a local Los Angeles game show before becoming a yearly summer replacement on CBS in 1950. After two summers on ABC in 1958 and 1959, it went on hiatus until returning for an entire season in 1962-63 with the new name of Stump the Stars. The format of this program was simple: two teams of four members each would vie for the most points. Each member would take a turn acting out a (usually) clever quotation, title, or epigram sent in by a viewer, and the other members would try to guess it. The less time it took, the more points the team would be awarded. The makeup of the teams varied, but there were usually two guests, each one teaming up with three regulars. Sometimes there were four guests (often drawn from the cast of a TV show like Dick Van Dyke or Perry Mason) who would make up one team and play against another team of four regulars. When the season started in the fall of 1962, Pat Harrington Jr. was the host, but he was replaced by the show's producer/creator Mike Stokey on December 10. Stump the Stars lasted only a single season on CBS, unable to compete with the popular Ben Casey on ABC. It returned for brief runs in syndication in 1964 and 1969-70, but never recaptured its earlier glory”. In black and white. 30 minutes, complete with original commercials. A-
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