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  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS: THE LAST TYCOON (TV)

    (February 26, 1951)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series produced and hosted by Robert Montgomery. This dramatization of F. Scott Fitzgerald's last, unfinished novel is introduced by literary critic Gilbert Seldes, who comments on his and Robert Montgomery's friendship ...

  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS: VICTORIA REGINA (TV)

    (January 15, 1951)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series produced and hosted by Robert Montgomery. This program focuses on the life of Great Britain's Queen Victoria (1819-1901) and includes the following highlights: her coronation; courtship and marriage to Prince Albe...

  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS: THE LONG WAY HOME (TV)

    (March 26, 1956)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series produced and hosted by Robert Montgomery. In this episode, Montgomery narrates the story of a forty-one-year-old family man who rediscovers the joy of life after surviving a major heart attack. The man is commutin...

  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS: NO VISIBLE MEANS (TV)

    (December 14, 1953)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series produced and hosted by Robert Montgomery. In this episode, Montgomery stars as Tom Holding, a playboy with "no visible means" of income. In Act One, Tom discovers that he is not in love with his wealthy girlfriend...

  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS: CATCH A FALLING STAR (TV)

    (July 23, 1956)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series produced and hosted by Robert Montgomery. Hollywood actor Kenneth ?Ken? Reed hosts a lavish party at his home, and his guests appear to have a good time. However, Ken?s agent Jim is concerned about him, as ...

  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS: HARVEST (TV)

    (November 23, 1953)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series produced and hosted by Robert Montgomery. In this special Thanksgiving presentation, just as a farm family are getting ready to harvest their wheat, a hail storm destroys their entire crop, ruining vacation plans ...

  • HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: THE CRADLE SONG (TV)

    (May 06, 1956)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Hallmark. In this drama, broadcast live from New York, a baby girl is left anonymously at a convent of Dominican nuns. The sisters decide to raise the child in accordance with the mother's wishes, as expressed in a...

  • STANLEY {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 24, 1956)

    The premiere of this live comedy series about the adventures of Stanley Peck, manager of the lobby newsstand and ticket agency in the New York Sussex-Fenton Hotel. In this episode, Stanley reluctantly buys two opera tickets for the evening's premiere of "T...

  • ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS: APPOINTMENT IN SAMARRA (TV)

    (May 11, 1953)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series produced and hosted by Robert Montgomery. Adapted from John O'Hara's novel, this drama is set in Gibbsville, Pa., at Christmastime in 1930. Julian English, a Cadillac salesman, finds himself in financial straights...

  • SUNDAY SPECTACULAR, THE: THE BACHELOR (TV)

    (July 15, 1956)

    One in this series of special presentations. This live original musical production opens with cast members Hal March, Jayne Mansfield, Julie Wilson, Georgann Johnson, and Carol Haney singing "This Could Be the Start of Something Big." Featuring music and l...

  • DUPONT SHOW OF THE WEEK: ROBERT MONTGOMERY PRESENTS: THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF TOYS {CAROL BURNETT, HARPO MARX, EDIE ADAMS, MERV GRIFFIN, AND OTHERS} (TV)

    (November 12, 1961)

    This NBC special, taped in New York's Central Park and narrated by Carol Burnett, stars Harpo Marx, Edie Adams, and Merv Griffin. The focus is on popular toys, and Burnett and the other performers are seen playing with children. The special includes brief ...

  • JACK BENNY PROGRAM, THE: THE CLAUDETTE COLBERT AND BASIL RATHBONE SHOW (TV)

    (April 01, 1951)

    One in this comedy series starring Jack Benny. In this episode, Benny attempts to win a serious dramatic role on "Lucky Strike Playhouse" (more commonly known as "Robert Montgomery Presents"). He pleads with the program's sponsor, the American Tobacco Comp...

  • STUDIO ONE VIDEO HISTORY: BETTE STEIN CHICHON INTERVIEWED BY LORING MANDEL (TV)

    (June 08, 1987)

    This Museum of Broadcasting interview features television producer Bette Stein Chichon by TV writer and playwright Loring Mandel. Subjects discussed include working as a production assistant for directors Franklin Schaffner on "Studio One" and Marc Daniels...

  • TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON, THE {ROGER MOORE, MAUREEN STAPLETON} (TV)

    (March 30, 1982)

    One in this series of late-night talk/variety programs hosted by Johnny Carson. Carson's guests for this program are actors Roger Moore and Maureen Stapleton. In his opening monologue, Carson touches on the following topics, among others: the previous nigh...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SEMINAR SERIES, THE: JAMES DEAN: THE MAN BEHIND THE MYTH {LONG VERSION}

    (September 21, 1995)

    One in this series of seminars conducted by The Museum of Television & Radio. This seminar -- moderated by Museum television curator David Bushman -- commemorates the fortieth anniversary of the death of actor James Dean with a panel discussion focusing on...