A pinnacle of the Golden Age of Television, "Studio One" presented a wide range of memorable dramas and received eighteen Emmy nominations and five wins during its prestigious nine-year run... See full summary »
This live series featured adaptations of other works (novels, plays, et cetera) plus original works for the show. It was primarily dramas, but a few musicals also were presented. The show ... See full summary »
Luis Van Rooten,
In the back country of South Africa, black minister Stephen Kumalo (Canada Lee) journeys to the city to search for his missing son, only to find his people living in squalor and his son a ... See full summary »
Starting out as a live show from New York City, "Omnibus" was hosted by Alastair Cooke and featured everything from discussions about science and the arts, to original works by such ... See full summary »
Joseph N. Welch
The 28 year old Rod Serling made his screen writing debut for this television series on the 8th April 1953 in an episode titled 'Next of Kin'. He also wrote 'A Long Time Till Dawn' on November 11th 1953 which starred James Dean before he was immortalized on the big screen.
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