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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Norman Macdonnell; David Swift; Russell Metty; Alexander Golitzen; Frank Gross; R A Gausman; Julia Heron; Bud Westmore; Larry Germaine; Paul Douglas; Agnes Moorehead; Julie Adams; Patty McCormack; Dennis Weaver; Thomas Gomez; Ian Wolfe; Patrick McVey; Werner Klemperer; Russell Collins; Eduard Franz; Ken Lynch; Johnny Crawford; Mimi Gibson; Robert Osterloh; Philip Tonge; CBS Television Network.; Universal-International (Firm). TV Division.; Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
|Notes:||Anthology; drama; series.
Series title from leader.
Originally broadcast over CBS, Thursday evening, April 17, 1958, from 9:30 to 11:00 p.m., according to TV guide. Broadcast date listed as April 10, 1958 in Archive records and in: Television drama series programming : a comprehensive chronicle, 1959-1975 / by Larry James Gianakos, 1978.
Original format: film.
"Westrex Recording System."
Show number 57-31, according to Archive records.
Copyright: Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.; 9Apr58; LP11186.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Russell Metty; art director, Alex Golitzen; film editor, Frank Gross; assistant director, Marshall Green. Set decoration, Russell Gausman, Julia Heron; sound recording, Leslie I. Carey, Joe Lapis; makeup, Bud Westmore; hair stylist, Larry Germaine.|
|Cast:||Paul Douglas as Emery Ganun; Agnes Moorehead as Rose Ganun; Julie Adams as Janice Ohringer; Patty McCormack as Mahala May; and Dennis Weaver as Karl Ohringer; Thomas Gomez as John Marin, Ian Wolfe (Edguard Wingate), Patrick McVey (Lieut. Galiffa); Werner Klemperer as Jesse Eastland, Russell Collins (Walter Hinch), and Eduard Franz as Burton Wheless; with Ken Lynch, Johnny Crawford, Mimi Gibson, Robert Osterloh, Philip Tonge.|
|Other Titles:||Playhouse 90.
|Responsibility:||produced by the CBS Television Network ; filmed by the TV Division of Universal-International Studios ; produced by Norman Macdonnell ; written and directed by David Swift.|