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(1948–1958)

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1957

7 Jan. 1957
Love at Fourth Sight
A young bachelor has a recurring dream about a girl named Pat who calls to him and then disappears. His mother is startled when he claims to have actually found the girl.
 
14 Jan. 1957
The Dark Corner
Laura Morgan goes with her new husband to live in his mother's cheerless house. From her husband's mother, she learns a terrible secret about his past.
 
21 Jan. 1957
The Five Dollar Bill
A sensitive young boy struggles to attain his own identity against the fumbling demands of his father and the solicitous affections of his mother.
 
28 Jan. 1957
Dead of Noon
A western gunman obtains a law degree while serving time in jail. When released, he hopes to aid law and justice but learns that his days of gunslinging are not over yet.
 
4 Feb. 1957
Tale of the Comet
Tim Tully has reached the top as a successful comic but is ruthless behind the scenes alienating many. Then as his ratings begin to slide he finds it difficult to get anyone, especially writers, to work for him.
 
11 Feb. 1957
A Walk in the Forest
A young student with a promising career in science endangers his future in an immature college spree.
 
18 Feb. 1957
The Hollywood Complex
When a young movie executive, with a distorted conception of the values and rewards of Hollywood, rejects his father as an embarrassing symbol of the past, the executive's two roommates and an exotic dancer give kindness to the bewildered old man, and in so doing, discover something important about themselves and their own need for love.
 
25 Feb. 1957
The Defender: Part 1
A young criminal attorney and his firm-owning father defend a 19 year-old on trial for a murder that he swears he did not commit. Personal conflicts arise with the attorney and his father while the prosecution puts on a dramatic and convincing argument of guilt.
 
4 Mar. 1957
The Defender: Part 2
A young criminal attorney and his firm-owning father defend a 19-year-old on trial for a murder that he swears he did not commit. Personal conflicts arise with the attorney and his father while the prosecution puts on a dramatic and convincing argument of guilt.
 
11 Mar. 1957
A Child Is Waiting
Jean Horst comes to a school for disabled children to work there as a teacher. She becomes particularly interested in young Reuben, an autistic boy whose parents have not visited him for several years. But the school principal, Dr. Clark does not appreciate her keen interest.
 
18 Mar. 1957
Walk Down the Hill
During World War II, a Jewish American soldier questions his heritage when he is thrown in a German prison camp and learns that the Jewish GIs are to be put into a separate camp.
 
25 Mar. 1957
A Member of the Family
Ellis is the wealthy, elder brother of the Davenport clan, who touches off a family conflict of jealousy and suspicion when he transfers his interest from one nephew to another.
 
1 Apr. 1957
The Years in Between
A teenage boy gets a date with the lovely girl who is visiting her relatives next door. He is filled with confusion as a result of his intense first love.
 
8 Apr. 1957
The Playwright and the Stars
A Broadway producer signs a forgotten destitute one-time star in a pivotal role in his new play.
 
15 Apr. 1957
The Rice Sprout Song
A Chinese peasant family's struggle for survival under Communist rule as obstacles and tragedy unfold.
 
22 Apr. 1957
The Traveling Lady
Georgette Thomas struggles to keep her family together, despite her husband Henry's propensity for getting into big trouble.
 
29 Apr. 1957
Eight Feet to Midnight
A jewel robbery is the basis used by the underground Irish Republican Army in Belfast to confront and strip their political enemies.
 
6 May 1957
The Out-of-Towners
A small-town postmistress, whose hopes are high when she makes her annual trip to the big city for a three day convention of postal employees, meets a middle-aged salesman and tries to encourage the acquaintanceship.
 
13 May 1957
Babe in the Woods
A tall handsome and extremely naive young man from the Midwest arrives in New York and is bewildered by the series of situations he stumbles into.
 
20 May 1957
The Man Who Wasn't Himself
Peter Hendon impersonated men in various professions as a surgeon, college professor and lawyer without any previous training in these fields.
 
27 May 1957
The Weston Strain
A young writer must decide if his first responsibility is to his family or his creative gift.
 
3 Jun. 1957
The Furlough
A deranged soldier has escaped from the stockade vows to do away with his former platoon sergeant and trails him to the home of a dead buddy.
 
10 Jun. 1957
The Mother Bit
A driven domineering career woman and her attempt to make a home in the country for her teen-age daughter. Kitty Sharpe is a popular television singer. Upon the death of her ex-husband, Kitty faces the problem of setting up housekeeping for the first time with her only child, Joy, a shy, attractive girl of seventeen.
 
17 Jun. 1957
The Staring Match
A small town congregation prays for rain and a man, played by James Daly, appears at the entrance of their church and claims he is an angel sent to help the town. The angel is dressed in a white suit and is carrying a fancy white cane. Dressed in white he looks the part. A short time later another man appears at the entrance dressed in black also claiming to be an angel sent to help the town. He is not as good looking as are his clothes. The congregation is up in arms about whom to believe is the angel and which one could be the devil. A wrestling match is voted on to...
 
24 Jun. 1957
The Goodwill Ambassadors
An American agricultural expert and his wife are sent to a Latin-American country to help with its agricultural problems. The wife is distressed with the primitive native village where they are working and she misunderstands some of the villagers' customs and traditions.
 
1 Jul. 1957
Death and Taxes
Henri and Marie own a bar in a small French town. They've been successfully cheating on their taxes for years, but that's about to end. A new tax collector's in town and the he's determined to make an example of slippery couple.
 
8 Jul. 1957
A Matter of Guilt
A young wife is singled out as a hit-and-run driver through circumstantial evidence. Her husband desperately wages a battle to establish his wife's innocence.
 
15 Jul. 1957
Love Me to Pieces
A publisher claims that he can make any song a hit. Drawing songs at random out of a file, he comes across a song by a teenage girl which she wrote when her romance had ended.
 
22 Jul. 1957
In Love with a Stranger
Phyllis, a girl in her 20s, is just returning from her summer vacation, during which she has fallen in love with a struggling young musician. On the bus trip home, Phyllis is telling her girlfriend of the difficulty she is going to have in breaking this news to her parents. Phyllis' parents and her aunt and uncle have made Phyllis the center of their lives. In their over-concern for her, they have naturally assumed she would marry George, the boy next door, whom she has known all her life. These four and George too, are on hand to welcome Phyllis home. Soon after ...
 
29 Jul. 1957
The Human Barrier
A test pilot suffers from shock, amnesia and guilt after he crashes a new jet.
 
5 Aug. 1957
My Mother and How She Undid Me
Baby Herman's view of adults as seen through his crib, looking in wide-eyed amazement into the faces of the people around him. He learns very early on how to wrap them around his finger with coos and howls.
 
12 Aug. 1957
The Unmentionable Blues
A businessman feels life is all too soon passing him by. He seeks companionship from a young girl.
 
19 Aug. 1957
Rudy
Rudy lives in a small New England town with his father. He begins to hang around a street gang called "The Eagles." These juvenile delinquents cause him problems with the law and his family. Rudy's loneliness and attempt to forget his crippled childhood turn his desperation into a new nightmare.
 
26 Aug. 1957
Guitar
A classical guitarist is forced to take a job playing popular music after his son refuses to follow in his footsteps as a famous artist.
 
2 Sep. 1957
The Dark Intruder
A music critic is mysteriously attacked in his Manhattan penthouse and thinks that a new composer whom he has panned is responsible.
 
9 Sep. 1957
The Night America Trembled
On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles' Mercury Players performed a radio play version of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds. Some people in the unsuspecting public took the broadcast as a real report about a Martian invasion. In this television play of twenty years later, several fictional storylines present the story of the 1938 broadcast and the panic it caused. Edward R. Murrow, as himself, provides short narrative bridges between scenes. The fun includes watching the young extras for a surprising number of faces that will later range from the familiar to the famous.
 
16 Sep. 1957
First Prize for Murder
At a Mystery Writers of America meeting, a government agent shows up, looking for a best selling author suspected of murder.
 
23 Sep. 1957
Mutiny on the Shark: Part 1
Commander Matt Donovan, the skipper of the newly commissioned atomic submarine "Shark" whose ruthless obsession for perfection leads him to expect his men to perform with the same cold precision as the incredible nuclear machine. Donovan has no patience with human frailty and he relentlessly drives his crew to be like himself. Donovan's two young officers Lt. Bill Meade and Lt. Joe Crane are assigned to be the dedicated men working for Donovan. Meade stands in awe of the "Iron Skipper" and dreams of commanding his own sub. Crane, a brilliant engineering officer is ...
 
30 Sep. 1957
Mutiny on the Shark: Part 2
Commander Matt Donovan, the skipper of the newly commissioned atomic submarine "Shark" whose ruthless obsession for perfection leads him to expect his men to perform with the same cold precision as the incredible nuclear machine. Donovan has no patience with human frailty and he relentlessly drives his crew to be like himself. Donovan's two young officers Lt. Bill Meade and Lt. Joe Crane are assigned to be the dedicated men working for Donovan. Meade stands in awe of the "Iron Skipper" and dreams of commanding his own sub. Crane, a brilliant engineering officer is ...
 
7 Oct. 1957
The Morning After
A teenage student traps his Latin teacher into a compromise on grades by implying that she has made "advances" at him. Appalled and frightened by the implication that she is an immoral teacher at a private school for boys, she enlists the help of another teacher.
 
14 Oct. 1957
Act of Mercy
A man lies in a coma for over a year as a result of a car accident. His brother, knowing the situation is hopeless, decides to end his existence.
 
21 Oct. 1957
The Deaf Heart
A girl has lost her hearing as a result of an emotional disturbance. Her subconscious is probed by a team of psychologists who decide to try a daring experiment.
 
4 Nov. 1957
Bend in the Road
An elderly but energetic minister retires and lives with his overly attentive son and daughter-in-law.
 
11 Nov. 1957
Twenty-Four Hours
An important political prisoner is awaiting execution by the men who have overthrown his country's government. The night before he is to face the firing squad, he is given a choice: if he will give up fighting for his cause, he will be set free.
 
18 Nov. 1957
Please Report Any Odd Characters
An eccentric old man living at a boardinghouse begins concocting these stories and everyone becomes suspicious when young girls are found dead.
 
2 Dec. 1957
Escape Route
A snobbish college professor finds implicated in the killing of a Latin American scholar. He finds himself hunted by a sinister ring of assassins.
 
9 Dec. 1957
No Deadly Medicine: Part 1
A conflict develops between Dr. Joseph Pearson and his young assistant, who attempts to introduce new methods in their pathology lab.
 
16 Dec. 1957
No Deadly Medicine: Part 2
Dr. Joseph Pearson and his young assistant clash over the circumstances of a premature birth and a cancer diagnosis.
 

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