Playhouse 90 Intro





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Published on Apr 16, 2008

CBS Thursday 9:30 PM (90 min.)
Premiered: October 4, 1956

Last Aired: May 18, 1960
Show Category: Drama

The most ambitious and acclaimed of all the anthology series', Playhouse 90 was in a league of its own. "Requiem of a Heavyweight," written by Rod Serling, garnered numerous Emmys and remains one of the best live dramas. Each week the series aired a complete 90 minute live drama. The list of talents is amazing: John Frankenheimer, Arthur Hiller, John Brahm, Arthur Penn were a few of the directors. Every angle and every shot left an impact on the viewing public. It was a treasure of a show, that rare gem that lives on.

Ain't No Time for Glory 1957
Bitter Heritage 1959 Franchot Tone, James Drury
Bomber's Moon 5-22-58
Charlie's Aunt 3-28-57 Art Carney, Jeanette McDonald, Orson Bean, Jackie Coogan
Comedian 2-14-57 Mickey Rooney, Edmond O'Brien, Mel Torme
Days of Wine and Roses 10-2-58
Death of Manolete 9-12-57
Dungeon 4-10-58 Dennis Weaver, Agnes Moorehead, Julie Adams, Patty McCormack
Heart of Darkness 11-6-58 Roddy McDowall, Boris Karloff
Hostess with the Mostess 3-21-57 Shirley Booth
Killers of Mussolini 6-4-59
Marriage of Strangers w/ Red Buttons
Massacre at Sand Creek
No Time at All 2-13-58 Charles Bronson, Keenan Wynn, Buster Keaton, Chico Marx
Plot to Kill Stalin 1958 w/o/c
Requiem for a Heavyweight 10-1-56
So Soon to Die 1-17-57
Velvet Alley 1-22-59 Jack Klugman, Art Carney
Homeward Borne 5-9-57 Richard Kiley


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