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A dramatic anthology series, one of many on television at the time. Lee Marvin made his television debut on this program.
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Series cast summary:
John Doucette ...  Hugo Gatz / ... 4 episodes, 1952-1953
Ned Glass 4 episodes, 1952
Russ Conway 3 episodes, 1952
Elisabeth Fraser ...  Irene / ... 3 episodes, 1952
Frank Kreig Frank Kreig 3 episodes, 1952
Robert Osterloh ...  Dutch / ... 3 episodes, 1952
George Macready ...  Hicks / ... 2 episodes, 1952
Lee Marvin ...  Bull / ... 2 episodes, 1952
Phillip Pine ...  Evans / ... 2 episodes, 1952
Jean Dean Jean Dean ...  Betsy / ... 2 episodes, 1952
Steve Pendleton ...  Detective Jerry Taylor aka Phony Phil 2 episodes, 1952
Charles Watts Charles Watts ...  Dr. Hall 2 episodes, 1952
Sam Flint ...  Minister 2 episodes, 1952
Jack Laird Jack Laird ...  Finnegan 2 episodes, 1952
Rico Alaniz ...  Jose 2 episodes, 1952-1953
William Fawcett 2 episodes, 1952-1953
Martin Garralaga ...  Juano / ... 2 episodes, 1952-1953
Lorna Thayer ...  Ruth 2 episodes, 1952-1953
John Alvin 2 episodes, 1952
Barbara Billingsley ...  Pat 2 episodes, 1952
Raymond Burr ...  Gomez 2 episodes, 1952
James Bush 2 episodes, 1952
Don Gibson Don Gibson ...  Lambert 2 episodes, 1952
Charlene Hardey Charlene Hardey 2 episodes, 1952
Roberta Haynes ...  Janie 2 episodes, 1952
Larry Johns Larry Johns ...  Doc 2 episodes, 1952
Onslow Stevens ...  Mathews 2 episodes, 1952
Janet Stewart Janet Stewart ...  Lea 2 episodes, 1952
Herb Vigran ...  Lewis 2 episodes, 1952
Harlan Warde 2 episodes, 1952
David Wolfe ...  Walter 2 episodes, 1952
Jeff York ...  Steve 2 episodes, 1952
Todd Karns ...  Jim Connell / ... 2 episodes
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A dramatic anthology series, one of many on television at the time. Lee Marvin made his television debut on this program.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 February 1952 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Counterpoint See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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During the first season (February to May 1952), this program was broadcast on the ABC network on Friday nights between 9:00 and 9:30 PM Eastern Time. See more »

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Obscure, but Worthwhile
10 December 2011 | by dougdoepkeSee all my reviews

Sorry I can't supply much detail from my long ago viewing; also, I recall the series at the time being entitled "Counterpoint". I don't believe the series has been re-run under either name since those initial showings. But I do still have a distinctly favorable impression from those early years and remember looking forward to the series weekly. Each installment was a self-contained story, and I believe strove for ironical endings, a big attraction to me during that particularly bland period of TV programming.

Take a look at the featured cast; it's outstanding. I recall being really impressed by John Doucette who didn't look or sound like a Hollywood actor. But there are a number of other notable names, suggesting someone in production with a sharp eye for talent. Anyway, I'm glad to return a favor to the show, even after so many years.


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