Category Archives: TV-Drama Shows

Breaking Point (1963-64)

Paul Richards stars as psychiatrist Dr.McKinley Thompson. His boss at the clinic is Dr.William Rymer played by Eduard Franz. It’s an adult drama that featured a lot of famous or soon to be famous guest stars. September 30,1963 episode: “Fire … Continue reading

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Wire Service (1956-57)

Hour long drama about reporters for Trans-Global Wire Service. Dane Clark, George Brent and Mercedes McCambridge take turns starring in the show’s thirty-nine episodes. It’s a good one to check out. It should have had a longer life. January 3,1957 … Continue reading

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The Law And Mr.Jones (1960-62)

James Whitmore is lawyer Abraham Lincoln Jones who specializes in mostly white collar crime. Conlan Carter is his paralegal C.E.Carruthers and Janet De Gore is his secretary Marsha Spear. The show was cancelled after the first season but a flood … Continue reading

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Skyport (1959-60)

Bland half hour drama that takes place at a small airport in England. George Moon is Ginger Smart from the World Wide Travel Agency. Lisa Gastoni is Pooch an airport official that helps passengers from overseas. September 10,1959 episode: “The … Continue reading

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Flight (1958-59)

If you like fighter planes then this was the show for you. General George C.Kenney was the host. Lots of great aerial shots as each week stories are told from the files of the U.S. Air Force. November 11,1958 episode: … Continue reading

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The Motorola TV Hour (1953-54)..May 18,1954 Episode: “Atomic Attack”

Short lived dramatic anthology series. This episode proves that the so-called Golden Age of TV had its tarnish. This is just awful from start to finish. The acting is over the top, especially by Patricia Bruder as fourteen year old … Continue reading

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The Silver Theatre (The Bigelow Theatre) (Hollywood Half Hour) (1949-50)

Conrad Nagel hosted thirty-nine episodes of this anthology series usually containing romantic dramas. May 29,1950 episode: “Closeup” w/Donald Woods and Ann Dvorak – Alfred (John Gallaudet) needs money so his daughter Josie can spend some time in Phoenix for health … Continue reading

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