Goodyear Playhouse

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1951
Goodyear Television Playhouse is an American anthology series that was telecast live on NBC from 1951 to 1957 during the "Golden Age of Television".

Goodyear Television Playhouse is an American anthology series that was telecast live on NBC from 1951 to 1957 during the "Golden Age of Television".

Original Release

10/14/1951 on NBC

US Release

10/14/1951

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Maestro Sunday, 23 September 1956
2 Missouri Legend Sunday, 07 October 1956
3 All Summer Long Sunday, 28 October 1956
4 Stardust II Sunday, 11 November 1956
5 A Murder Is Announced Sunday, 30 December 1956
6 Nobody's Town Sunday, 27 January 1957
7 The Princess Back Home Sunday, 24 February 1957
8 First Love Sunday, 24 March 1957
9 The Gene Austin Story Sunday, 21 April 1957
10 A Will to Live Sunday, 12 May 1957
11 The Treasure Hunters Sunday, 26 May 1957
12 Your Every Wish Sunday, 16 June 1957
13 The Legacy Sunday, 30 June 1957
14 Backwoods Cinderella Sunday, 14 July 1957
15 Rumblin' Galleries Sunday, 28 July 1957
16 Weekend in Vermont Sunday, 04 August 1957
17 The Dark Side of the Moon Sunday, 18 August 1957
18 The House Sunday, 08 September 1957
19 The Best Wine Sunday, 29 September 1957
20 The Best Wine (1) Sunday, 29 September 1957
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Directors

Delbert Mann, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Penn, Robert Mulligan, Gordon Duff, Jack Smight, Paul Stanley, Herbert Hirschman, Daniel Petrie, Norman Felton, Sidney Lumet, Jeffrey Hayden, William Corrigan, Paul Bogart

Writers

David Shaw, Tad Mosel, Robert Alan Aurthur, Sumner Locke Elliott, John Vlahos, David Swift, Ernest Kinoy, David Swift, Jerome Ross, N. Richard Nash, Horton Foote, Thomas Phipps, William Kendall Clarke, Paddy Chayefsky, Roger O. Hirson, Louis S. Peterson, Harry Miles Muheim, H.R. Hays, William Mendrek, Robert Anderson, Mann Rubin, Stewart Stern, J.P. Miller, Walter Black, Art Wallace, Steve Gethers, Harold Swanton, Irving Wallace, Therese Lewis, Abby Mann, Reginald Rose, A.J. Russell, Edith Wharton, Alvin Sapinsley, William Templeton, Agatha Christie, James Fritzell, Jay Presson Allen, Michael Dyne, Henry James, Malvin Wald, John Gay, Geoffrey Kean, Lionel Shapiro, Hoffman R. Hayes, Doris Langley Moore, Paul Peters, Jack Kelsey, Howard Richardson, Ira Avery, Charles K. Peck Jr., Joseph Schull, Clifford Goldsmith, Arthur Sainer, Hedda Rosten, E.B. Ginty, Frances Goforth, Peggy Lamson, Date Pitts, Dale Pitt, William Raymond Manchester, Audrey Roos, John T. Chapman, Walter R. Brooks, Jack Jacobs, John Van Druten, Herman Raucher, George Baxt, Eliot Asinof, William Roos, Joseph Liss, Robert Lewis Shayon, Jerome Coopersmith, Stephen de Baun, Douglas Taylor, Turnley Walker, Jack Paritz, Gore Vidal, Robert Arthur

Cast

Producers

Fred Coe Executive Producer
Herbert Hirschman Executive Producer
Philip Barry Jr. Executive Producer
Fred Coe Producer
Gordon Duff Producer
Philip Barry Jr. Producer
David Susskind Producer
Herbert Brodkin Producer
Arthur Penn Producer
Robert Alan Aurthur Producer
1957 Emmy Best Teleplay Writing - One Hour or More Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Dramatic Series Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Original Teleplay Writing Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Dramatic Series Nominated
1954 Emmy Best Dramatic Program Nominated
1954 Emmy Best Dramatic Program Nominated
1953 Emmy Best Dramatic Program Nominated
1952 Emmy Best Dramatic Show Nominated
1952 Emmy Best Dramatic Show Nominated
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