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|Genre/Form:||Disaster films and programs
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jaime Del Valle; David Swift; Charles Einstein; Hal Mohr; Fred W Berger; Samuel Gold; Raymond Boltz; Joseph Dimmitt; William Wood; Madine Danks; Jack Rabin; Louis DeWitt; William Lundigan; Betsy Palmer; Jane Greer; Keenan Wynn; Cliff Edwards; Harry Einstein; Jay C Flippen; Reginald Gardiner; James Gleason; Jack Haley; Florence Halop; Buster Keaton; Chico Marx; Sylvia Sidney; Shepperd Strudwick; Regis Toomey; Frank Wilcox; Sam Gilman; Charles Bronson; Kathryn Card; Richard Crane; Mary Beth Hughes; Howard McNear; Jack Mulhall; Everett Sloane; Ed Reimers; James Elliott Petteway; Lew Burdette; CBS Television Network.; Filmaster Productions.; Allstate Insurance Company.; R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.; American Gas Association.; Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
|Notes:||Anthology; series; disaster film.
Bracketed credit and information in statement of responsibility transcribed from voice over; bracketed character name supplied from TV guide, Southern California edition, February 8-14, 1958.
Originally broadcast Thursday evening, February 13, 1958, from 9:30 to 11:00 p.m., according to TV guide and The complete directory to prime time network TV shows, 1946-present / Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh. 1988. Rebroadcast Thursday evening, August 28, 1958, from 8:30 to 10:00 p.m., according to kinescope leader and TV guide, Southern California edition, August 23-29, 1958.
Show number 57-23, according to Archive records.
"Westrex Recording System."
Copyright: Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.; 12Feb58; LP10410.
|Credits:||Production manager, Glenn N. Cook; assistant director, Nathan R. Barragar; director of photography, Hal Mohr; supervising editor, Fred W. Berger; editor, Samuel Gold. Property master, Mike Gordon; script supervisor, Gana Jones; set decorator, Raymond Boltz, Jr.; wardrobe, Joseph Dimmitt; makeup artist, William Wood; hair stylist, Madine Danks; sound, Roderick Sound, Inc.; special photographic effects, Jack Rabin, Louis DeWitt. Technical advisers, Dick Whitehead and Edward Tabor; equipment rentals, C&H Sales Corp.|
|Cast:||Starring William Lundigan as Ben Gammon, Betsy Palmer (Emmy Verdon), Jane Greer (Karen), Keenan Wynn (Marshall Keats); co-starring Cliff Edwards as Webber's manager, Harry Einstein (Parkyakarkus) [as] Mr. Laurie, Jay C. Flippen (Happy Gallant), Reginald Gardiner (Felix Allardyce), James Gleason (Dolph Grimes), Jack Haley (Stanley Leeds); Florence Halop as Mrs. Laurie, Buster Keaton (Harrison), Chico Marx (Mr. Kramer), Sylvia Sidney (Mrs. Kramer), Shepperd Strudwick (Reagan), Regis Toomey (Joe Donaldson); with Frank Wilcox, Ron Hargrave, Sam Gillman, Charles Bronson; Kathryn Card, Richard Crane, Mary Beth Hughes [Mrs. Leeds], Howard McNear, Jack Mulhall. [To introduce tonight's show, Everett Sloane.].|
|Contents:||Commercials: Gas. Today, more people than ever are cooking with gas --
Gas. Today, more people than ever are doing the laundry with gas --
Ipana plus dentifrice from Bristol-Myers --
Allstate Insurance Company. Auto insurance coverage. Ed Reimers --
Allstate Insurance Company. Homeowner's policy --
Camel Cigarettes. James Petteway, Los Angeles architect --
Camel Cigarettes. Lew Burdette, Milwaukee Braves --
Kleenex Tissues from Kimberly Clark. Animated. Little Lulu --
Playhouse 90. Dungeon--television promo --
Playhouse 90. Last clear chance--television promo.
|Other Titles:||No time at all.
Commercials. Ipana plus dentifrice.
Commercials. Allstate Insurance Company. Ed Reimers.
Commercials. Allstate Insurance Company.
Commercials. Camel Cigarettes. James Petteway.
Commercials. Camel Cigarettes. Lew Burdette.
Commercials. Kleenex Tissues. Animated. Little Lulu.
|Responsibility:||produced by the CBS Television Network ; filmed in Hollywood by Filmaster Productions, Inc. ; [brought to you by] Allstate Insurance Company ; Camel ; your gas company ; American Gas Association ; produced by Jaime del Valle ; directed by David Swift ; screenplay by Charles Einstein and David Swift ; story by Charles Einstein.|