- Outpost at Home (October 23, 1955 - 29 Minutes) - Directed by Don Medford - Starring: Ralph Bellamy, Billy Chapin, Russell Collins, William Smithers, Michael Allen, John Doyle - A strict, military father stationed in Germany must choose between the relationship with his son who wants to return to the US and his own desire to stay in Germany. The father-son relationship is further strained when the son harbors a deserter who has pneumonia. Based on a short story by Kay Boyle.
- The Return of Gentleman Jim (February 6, 1955 - 29 Minutes) Directed by Don Medford - Starring: George Montgomery, Jesse White, Joe Louis, Marilyn Erskine, Murvyn Vye, Syd Saylor - Gentleman Jim Corbett, famous Victorian era boxer, returns from heaven in 1947 to engage is a prize fight with current champion, Joe Louis (who plays himself). The only proviso is that the legendary ladies' man not get involved with any women, but when he sees the promoter's pretty niece, they fall instantly in love. George Montgomery's television debut. Based on the short story by Bob Foreman.
Based on American short stories
"Series Synopsis: Ronald Reagan hosts this long running anthology show. At first, not all episodes were filmed. Many were done live, but as Mr. Reagan said (in paraphrase) "The problems inherent in live drama give it a less finished look than episodes that have been filmed." The cast list for the series reads like a who's who in Hollywood. Originally broadcast from February 1, 1953 to September 16, 1962. "
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Black and White, 58 minutes DVDR 1953
Starring: Ronald Reagan, Ralph Bellamy, Joe Louis, George Montgomery, Jesse White, Marilyn Erskine, Murvyn Vye, Syd Saylor, Billy Chapin, Russell Collins, William Smithers, Michael Allen, John Doyle
Director: Don Medford
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