A story of the boys who are sent to military school in order to get them out of the way of their too-busy-to-bother parents or guardians. Lonely young Philip Stewart (George Ernest)writes ... See full summary »
Robert F. McGowan
When young Guy Brancato's parents have to move from Elko, Nevada to Los Angeles, California, they are unable to take Guy's dog Pete. Guy is angry at his parents and even more distressed ... See full summary »
Just more proof of how competent Frances really was
"Frances Farmer Presents" was an Indianapolis ratings powerhouse for six years, 1958-64. Farmer was not merely a "film introducer," she did extensive research for her programs (as evidenced by still extant notes she wrote for certain episodes) and often gave her first-hand impressions of stars and directors who were in that day's feature. Visiting celebrities were a standard feature on Farmer's program, and in still-existing film of her show, she proves what an insightful and gracious interviewer she was. Indianapolis was lucky to have a star of Farmer's stature hosting a show of this nature for so long. In an early 80s television interview, WFBM co-worker Jim Gerrard sums up Frances' character as one of "caring elegance," and that elegance is fully on display in "Frances Farmer Presents."
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