biography

Born John Meibes (some sources indicate Joseph as his first name) in Dusseldorf, Germany, on September 23, 1926, John Ericson studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York in the late 1940s and early 1950s, making his Broadway debut in Stalag 17 in May 1951. He also did quite a bit of work in early television in New York, appearing on such programs as The Philco Television Playhouse and Lux Video Theatre. After making his film debut in the MGM drama Teresa (1951; with Pier Angeli and Ralph Meeker), Ericson was offered a contract with MGM in 1953. He was given a starring role in the drama Rhapsody (1954; with Elizabeth Taylor and Vittorio Gassman), but after a few films, including Bad Day at Black Rock (1955; with Spencer Tracy and Anne Francis), the studio dropped his contract.

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Promotional photos of John Ericson. LEFT: Mid 1950s beefcake photo. RIGHT: Ericson in his convertible in 1954

Ericson then moved to low-budget films, including many westerns, and quite a bit of television work, guest starring on many popular programs in the late 1950s and 1960s, such as Wagon Train, Adventures in Paradise, and Route 66. Some of his films from this period include Pretty Boy Floyd (1960; with Barry Newman, Jason Evers, and Peter Falk), The Cruel Tower (1956; with Mari Blanchard, Charles McGraw, and Steve Brodie), and 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964; with Tony Randall and Barbara Eden). In 1965, he accepted the role of Sam Bolt, the right-hand man of Anne Francis, on the ABC TV series Honey West. Although the series proved popular, it was canceled by the network in the spring of 1966.

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Teresa (1951)

John Ericson and Pier Angeli

With Pier Angeli in the MGM drama Teresa. This was Ericson's first starring role

Green Fire (1954) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

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From the MGM adventure Green Fire. LEFT: With Stewart Granger. RIGHT: With Grace Kelly

Rhapsody (1954) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

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LEFT: As James Guest in MGM's musical drama Rhapsody. RIGHT: With co-star Elizabeth Taylor

Bad Day at Black Rock (1955) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

Spencer Tracy and John Ericson

With Spencer Tracy in the MGM thriller Bad Day at Black Rock

The Return of Jack Slade (1955)

Mari Blanchard, John Ericson

From the Allied Artists western The Return of Jack Slade with Mari Blanchard

The Cruel Tower (1956)

Mari Blanchard and John Ericson

From the Allied Artists adventure The Cruel Tower with Mari Blanchard

Oregon Passage (1957)

John Ericson

As Lt. Niles Ord in the Allied Artists western Oregon Passage

Day of the Bad Man (1958)

Fred MacMurray, John Ericson, and Edgar Buchanan

With Fred MacMurray and Edgar Buchanan in the Universal-International western Day of the Bad Man

Pretty Boy Floyd (1960) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

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Ericson as the title character in the low-budget crime drama Pretty Boy Floyd

7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

Tony Randall, Barbara Eden, and John Ericson

With Tony Randall and Barbara Eden in the MGM western 7 Faces of Dr. Lao

The Destructors (1968)

John Ericson and Michael Ansara

With Michael Ansara in the low-budget science fiction effort The Destructors

The Money Jungle (1968)

Leslie Parrish and John Ericson

From the little-seen thriller The Money Jungle with Leslie Parrish

The Bounty Man (1972)

Clint Walker, John Ericson, and Margot Kidder

From the ABC TV movie The Bounty Man with Clint Walker and Margot Kidder

Police Story (1973-1977 NBC TV Series)

John Ericson and Christopher George

With Christopher George in a 1975 episode of the NBC series Police Story titled The Execution

Hustler Squad (1976) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

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From the Crown International war drama Hustler Squad

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While John Ericson's film career wrapped up in the 1970s, he remained active in television through the late 1980s, as a guest star on such TV programs as One Day at a Time and Fantasy Island, and as a regular on the ABC daytime drama General Hospital in the late 1980s. Now retired, Ericson resides in New Mexico with his second wife, actress Karen Ericson, whom he married in 1974.

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TELEVISION
Wagon Train: The Complete Season Two [DVD](1958) DVD
All 38 episodes from season two--including "Around the Horn," "The Tobias Jones Story," "The Doctor Willoughby Story," "Chuck Wooster, Wagonmaster," and "The Jenny Tannen Story"--are featured in a 10-disc set. 31 2/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono. **38 episodes on 10 discs. 31 2/3 hrs.**
Rawhide: The Complete First Season [DVD](1959) DVD
All 22 first-season episodes--including "Incident at the Tumbleweed Wagon," "Incident with an Executioner," "Incident of the Power and the Plow," "Incident of the Calico Gun," and "Incident in No Man's Land"--are featured in a seven-disc set. 19 2/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; bonus season two episode. **22 episodes on 7 discs. 19 2/3 hrs.**
Burke's Law: Season One, Vol. 1 [DVD](1963) DVD
The first 16 episodes from the first season--including "Who Killed Holly Howard?," "Who Killed Cable Roberts?," "Who Killed Alex Debbs?," "Who Killed the Kind Doctor?," and "Who Killed Snooky Martinelli?"--have been collected in a four-disc set. 13 1/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; vintage commercials; more. **16 episodes on 4 discs. 13 1/3 hrs.**
Burke's Law: Season One, Vol. 2 [DVD](1964) DVD
The final 16 episodes from the first season--including "Who Killed What's His Name?," "Who Killed April?," "Who Killed the Paper Dragon?," "Who Killed My Girl?," and "Who Killed 1/2 of Glory Lee?"--have been collected in a four-disc set. 13 1/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo. **16 episodes on 4 discs. 13 1/3 hrs.**
Honey West: Complete Series [DVD](1965) DVD
Based on the mystery novels by G.G. Fickling, this fantastic "Burke's Law" spin-off was TV's first action-drama with a female lead. Join sexy and glamorous private eye Honey West (Anne Francis) as she uses her wits and martial arts skills to investigate a diverse assortment of cases with the help of partner Sam Bolt (John Ericson). Irene Hervey co-stars. All 30 episodes of the series--including "The Swingin' Mrs. Jones," "A Stitch in Crime," "The Fun-Fun Killer," "Little Green Robin Hood," and "An Eerie, Airy Thing"--are featured in a four-disc set. 15 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; commercials; photo gallery. 30 episodes on 4 discs. 15 hrs.
Murder, She Wrote: The Complete Second Season [DVD](1985) DVD
All 22 episodes from season two--including "Widow, Weep for Me," "Murder in the Afternoon," "Sing a Song of Murder," "Jessica Behind Bars," and "Murder in the Electric Cathedral"--are featured in a three-disc set. 17 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish. **22 episodes on 3 discs. 17 3/4 hrs.**

FILM
The Student Prince (Remastered Edition) [DVD](1954) DVD
Edmund Purdom, with his voice dubbed by Mario Lanza, plays a handsome prince who, at his father's request, seeks to learn about life outside the castle in Heidelberg. He meets and falls in love with an innkeeper's beautiful daughter (Ann Blyth), but the difference in the lovers' status eventually threatens the romance. Based on the operetta by Sigmund Romberg, songs include "Serenade," "Deep in My Heart, Dear," and "Golden Days." 107 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Green Fire [DVD](1954) DVD
Romance and danger ensue when emerald miner Stewart Granger carries on a fiery affair with coffee plantation owner Grace Kelly in Colombia. Paul Douglas and John Ericson also star in this drama punctuated by such hair-raising scenes of natural disasters as landslides and tropical storms. 100 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.
Rhapsody [DVD](1954) DVD
Love and jealousy bloom in the world of classical music. Elizabeth Taylor stars as a young, rich woman in love with talented violinist Vittorio Gassman, who decides that his music is more important than their relationship. Although she marries pianist John Ericson, her love for Gassman proves to be undying. Louis Calhern, Stuart Whitman also star. 115 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Bad Day At Black Rock [DVD](1955) DVD
The quiet of a small Southwest town shortly after WWII is shattered by the arrival of a one-armed stranger (Spencer Tracy), whose presence threatens to unearth a dark secret. Compelling drama with a prejudice theme also stars Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan, Walter Brennan. 81 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital Surround stereo, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; audio commentary; theatrical trailer.
Forty Guns [DVD](1957) DVD
Written and directed by Samuel Fuller ("Pickup on South Street"), this stunning western follows tough rancher Barbara Stanwyck as she rules over a small Arizona town with the help of 40 hired gunmen. After U.S. marshal Barry Sullivan and his two brothers arrive to bring order to the community, Stanwyck finds herself falling for the avowedly non-violent lawman--which leads to a dramatic confrontation. With Dean Jagger, John Ericson. 79 min. Standard and Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital stereo, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish.
Classic Western Collection: The Outlaws [DVD] DVD
Four-disc set includes "Broken Lance," "The Proud Ones," "Forty Guns," and "The Culpepper Cattle Co."
Pretty Boy Floyd [DVD](1960) DVD
The life and crimes of the infamous '30s gangster are chronicled in this excellent but rarely seen effort. John Ericson stars as Floyd, an Oklahoma ex-con who kills the farmer that shot his father and sets off on a cross-country crime spree, culminating with the notorious "Kansas City Massacre," which earned him the title of Public Enemy No. 1. With Barry Newman, Joan Harvey, Peter Falk. 99 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
7 Faces Of Dr. Lao [DVD](1964) DVD
Tony Randall stars as an aged Chinese mystic who uses magic and some bizarre transformations to help a frontier town overcome a railroad baron. Unique blend of western and fantasy genres from George Pal ("The Time Machine") co-stars Barbara Eden, Arthur O'Connell. Oscar-winner for Special Visual Effects. 100 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
The Bamboo Saucer (Remastered Edition) [Blu-ray](1968)
When reports surface of a UFO downing in Mainland China, a U.S. military team is assembled to sneak into the country and locate the mysterious craft. The mission gets complicated when the Americans encounter a Soviet team also searching for the saucer. Offbeat blend of sci-fi action and Cold War thrills stars Dan Duryea, Lois Nettleton, John Ericson, and Bob Hastings. 103 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
The Bamboo Saucer (Remastered Edition) [DVD](1968) DVD
When reports surface of a UFO downing in Mainland China, a U.S. military team is assembled to sneak into the country and locate the mysterious craft. The mission gets complicated when the Americans encounter a Soviet team also searching for the saucer. Offbeat blend of sci-fi action and Cold War thrills stars Dan Duryea, Lois Nettleton, John Ericson, and Bob Hastings. 103 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Nest Of Vipers (1969)/Tails You Lose [DVD](1969) DVD
Once-feared gunman Luke Askew crawled into a whiskey bottle years ago and never left, but he's got to step up when an outlaw gang, a crooked federale, and some greedy relatives turn a quest for an inheritance into a bloodbath in "Nest of Vipers." Luigi Pistilli, William Bogart co-star. AKA: "Night of the Serpent." Next, when a woman arranges her husband's murder and has an innocent saloon girl blamed for the crime, it's up to a wandering bounty hunter to settle the score. "Tails You Lose" stars John Ericson, Sheyla Rosin, Franco Lantieri, and Edwige Fenech. AKA: "Heads or Tails." 183 min. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English (dubbed). Dubbed in English.
Bedknobs And Broomsticks (Enchanted Musical Edition) [DVD](1971) DVD
Blending live action and animation, this Disney favorite set in 1940 England stars Angela Lansbury as an apprentice witch who takes in three orphans. Joined by the fraudulent magician headmaster of her witchcraft school, she and her wards embark on an exciting journey to track down a book that will help her complete her studies--defending England from Nazi invaders along the way. With David Tomlinson, Roddy McDowall, Sam Jaffe; songs include "The Old Home Guard," "The Age of Not Believing." 140 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English (SDH), French, Spanish; featurettes; theatrical trailers.
Malibu High (1979)/Hustler Squad [DVD](1976) DVD
First, the hippest high school around is the setting for "Malibu High," the softcore crime drama about a student who decides the best way to get good scores on her tests is to score with her teachers. Soon, however, this teacher's pet finds herself in trouble with a mobster. Jill Lansing and Katie Johnson star. Next, four combat-trained prostitutes infiltrate a Philippine brothel frequented by Japanese officers during World War II. The enemy never had it so bad...or so good! "Hustler Squad" stars John Ericson, Karen Ericson, and Lynda Sinclaire. 191 min. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; interview; theatrical trailers.
The Far Side Of Jericho [DVD](2006) DVD
Shortly after their outlaw husbands are executed, three Wild West women are forced to flee their homes in fear of dangerous vigilantes. On their way to their new lives, the ladies face run-ins with Indians, Pinkerton agents, ghosts, and various other villains. Despite their bonds, they learn that they must pursue their own individual destinies. Suzanne Andrews, Judith Burnett, Lissa Negrin, and Lawrence Pressman star. 100 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: Spanish; theatrical trailers.

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filmography

FILM
The Far Side of Jericho (2006) with Patrick Bergin, Lawrence Pressman, C. Thomas Howell, and Jason Connery
Primary Target (1989) with John Calvin
Final Mission (1984) with Richard Young and Karen Ericson
The Ghosts of Buxley Hall (1980) with Victor French, Monte Markham, Ruta Lee, Vito Scotti, and Don Porter
The House of the Dead (1978) with Ivor Francis, Burr DeBenning, Elizabeth MacRae, Charles Aidman, and Bernard Fox
Crash! (1977) with Jose Ferrer, Sue Lyon, Leslie Parrish, and John Carradine
Hustler Squad (1976) with Karen Ericson
Hog Wild (1974) with Diana Muldaur, Denver Pyle, and Fran Ryan
Tenafly (1973) with James McEachin, Ed Nelson, David Huddleston, and Mel Ferrer
The Bounty Man (1972) with Clint Walker, Richard Basehart, Margot Kidder, and Arthur Hunnicutt
Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971) with Angela Lansbury, David Tomlinson, Roddy McDowall, and Sam Jaffe
Tails You Lose (1969) with Edwige Fenech
The Money Jungle (1968) with Lola Albright, Leslie Parrish, Nehemiah Persoff, Charles Drake, and Don Rickles
The Bamboo Saucer (1968) with Dan Duryea, Lois Nettleton, Bob Hastings, and Bernard Fox
The Destructors (1968) with Richard Egan, Patricia Owens, Michael Ansara, Joan Blackman, David Brian, and John Howard
The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1967)
Operation Atlantis (1965) with Erika Blanc
7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964) with Tony Randall, Barbara Eden, Arthur O'Connell, Noah Beery Jr., Minerva Urecal, and Peggy Rea
Slave Queen of Babylon (1962) with Yvonne Furneaux
Monte Carlo (1961) with Richard Anderson and Jayne Mansfield
Under Ten Flags (1960) with Van Heflin, Charles Laughton, Mylene Demongeot, and Alex Nicol
Pretty Boy Floyd (1960) with Barry Newman, Jason Evers, Peter Falk, and Al Lewis
Day of the Bad Man (1958) with Fred MacMurray, Joan Weldon, Robert Middleton, Marie Windsor, Edgar Buchanan, Peggy Converse, Ann Doran, and Lee Van Cleef
Oregon Passage (1957) with Lola Albright, Edward Platt, and Rachel Ames
Forty Guns (1957) with Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan, Dean Jagger, Gene Barry, Robert Dix, and Ziva Rodann
The Cruel Tower (1956) with Mari Blanchard, Steve Brodie, Diana Darrin, Alan Hale Jr., and Charles McGraw
The Return of Jack Slade (1955) with Mari Blanchard, Neville Brand, Max Showalter, Angie Dickinson, and Raymond Bailey
Bad Day at Black Rock (1955) with Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan, Anne Francis, Dean Jagger, Walter Brennan, Ernest Borgnine, and Lee Marvin
Green Fire (1954) with Stewart Granger, Grace Kelly, and Paul Douglas
The Student Prince (1954) with Ann Blyth, Edmund Purdom, Louis Calhern, Edmund Gwenn, Betta St. John, John Hoyt, Richard Anderson, and Mario Lanza
Rhapsody (1954) with Elizabeth Taylor, Vittorio Gassman, Louis Calhern, Barbara Bates, and Stuart Whitman
Teresa (1951) with Pier Angeli, Peggy Ann Garner, Ralph Meeker, and Rod Steiger

TELEVISION SERIES
General Hospital, 1963-present ABC daytime TV series. Ericson portrayed Eric Ingstrom during the 1987 season
Honey West, 1965-1966 ABC TV series. Ericson portrayed Sam Bolt. Also starring in the series were Anne Francis and Irene Hervey

TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES
Hardball, episode Which Witch Is Witch?, originally aired October 27, 1989
Murder, She Wrote, episode Joshua Peabody Died Here - Possibly, originally aired October 6, 1985
Airwolf, episode Fallen Angel, originally aired November 3, 1984
Fantasy Island, episode Bojangles and the Dancer/Deuces Are Wild, originally aired May 12, 1984
Automan, episode Death by Design, originally aired April 2, 1984
The A-Team, episode Till Death Do Us Part, originally aired April 19, 1983
Knight Rider, episode The Topaz Connection, originally aired January 28, 1983
CHiPs, episode Hot Date, originally aired January 9, 1983
One Day at a Time, episode Meow, Meow, originally aired March 28, 1982
Fantasy Island, episode Daddy's Little Girl/The Whistle, originally aired January 30, 1982
Nero Wolfe, episode Before I Die, originally aired January 30, 1981
Fantasy Island, episode My Late Lover/Sanctuary, originally aired January 3, 1981
Fantasy Island, episode Let the Goodtimes Roll/Nightmare/The Tiger, originally aired November 4, 1978
CHiPs, episode High Flyer, originally aired November 4, 1978
Vega$, episode Centerfold, originally aired September 20, 1978
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, episode Will the Real Santa...?, originally aired December 18, 1977
Police Woman, episode Means to an End, originally aired November 8, 1977
S.W.A.T., episode Dangerous Memories, originally aired November 15, 1975
Barbary Coast, episode Guns for a Queen, originally aired October 6, 1975
S.W.A.T., episode Strike Force, originally aired September 15, 1975
Police Story, episode The Execution, originally aired February 18, 1975
The Streets of San Francisco, episode Mister Nobody, originally aired December 19, 1974
Doc Elliot, episode Survival, originally aired March 27, 1974
Wide World Mystery, episode Murder Impossible, originally aired March 26, 1974
Hawkins, episode Candidate for Murder, originally aired March 5, 1974
Police Story, episode Cop in the Middle, originally aired January 29, 1974
The F.B.I., episode The Wedding Gift, originally aired February 11, 1973
Assignment Vienna, episode Annalisa, originally aired December 7, 1972
Longstreet, episode The Old Team Spirit, originally aired December 16, 1971
Medical Center, episode The Albatross, originally aired November 3, 1971
The Virginian, episode The Politician, originally aired January 13, 1971
Marcus Welby, M.D., episode Sea of Security, originally aired March 10, 1970
Ironside, episode Beware the Wiles of the Stranger, originally aired January 22, 1970
Medical Center, episode The Sharpest Edge, originally aired November 19, 1969
Gunsmoke, episode The Twisted Heritage, originally aired January 6, 1969
The F.B.I., episode The Phone Call, originally aired February 18, 1968
The Invaders, episode Moonshot, originally aired April 18, 1967
Bonanza, episode Journey to Terror, originally aired February 5, 1967
Vacation Playhouse, episode Sybil, originally aired June 25, 1965
Burke's Law, episode Who Killed the Jackpot?, originally aired April 21, 1965
Profiles in Courage, episode Prudence Crandall, originally aired February 21, 1965
The Fugitive, episode Brass Ring, originally aired January 5, 1965
Burke's Law, episode Who Killed Marty Kelso?, originally aired February 28, 1964
Burke's Law, episode Who Killed Sweet Betsy?, originally aired November 1, 1963
The Dick Powell Show, episode The Sea Witch, originally aired October 23, 1962
Kraft Mystery Theater, episode Night Panic, originally aired July 18, 1962
Target: The Corruptors, episode Goodbye Children, originally aired June 8, 1962
Route 66, episode 1800 Days to Justice, originally aired January 26, 1962
Kraft Mystery Theater, episode The House of Rue Riviera, originally aired August 30, 1961
Rawhide, episode Incident near Gloomy River, originally aired March 17, 1961
The United States Steel Hour, episode The Mating Machine, originally aired January 11, 1961
Bonanza, episode Breed of Violence, originally aired November 5, 1960
The Chevy Mystery Show, episode Blind Man's Bluff, originally aired September 11, 1960
Letter to Loretta, episode The Grenade, originally aired January 3, 1960
Adventures in Paradise, episode Safari at Sea, originally aired November 16, 1959
The David Niven Show, episode Sticks and Stones, originally aired June 23, 1959
The Restless Gun, episode Four Lives, originally aired April 13, 1959
Rawhide, episode Incident of the Chubasco, originally aired April 3, 1959
Zane Grey Theater, episode Trail Incident, originally aired January 2, 1959
Wagon Train, episode The Dick Richardson Story, originally aired December 31, 1958
Zane Grey Theater, episode The Tall Shadow, originally aired November 20, 1958
Shirley Temple's Storybook, episode Hiawatha, originally aired October 13, 1958
Frontier Justice, episode Stage to Tuscon, originally aired July 28, 1958
Playhouse 90, episode The Innocent Sleep, originally aired June 5, 1958
The Restless Gun, episode The Hand Is Quicker, originally aired March 17, 1958
Shirley Temple's Storybook, episode The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, originally aired March 5, 1958
Zane Grey Theater, episode License to Kill, originally aired February 7, 1958
The Millionaire, episode The Peter Bartley Story, originally aired January 15, 1958
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, episode Guys Like O'Malley, originally aired January 10, 1958
Climax!, episode The Devil's Brood, originally aired December 5, 1957
Letter to Loretta, episode Emergency, originally aired March 24, 1957
Climax!, episode The Long Count, originally aired February 21, 1957
Cavalcade of America, episode Decision for a Hero, originally aired February 12, 1957
General Electric Theater, episode No Skin Off Me, originally aired February 3, 1957
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, episode The Enchanted, originally aired January 25, 1957
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, episode The Letter, originally aired November 23, 1956
Zane Grey Theater, episode Stage to Tucson, originally aired November 16, 1956
Playhouse 90, episode Heritage of Anger, originally aired November 15, 1956
Climax!, episode The Man Who Lost His Head, originally aired July 26, 1956
Kraft Television Theatre, episode Long Arm, originally aired July 11, 1956
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, episode Date for Tomorrow, originally aired May 25, 1956
Cavalcade of America, episode A Life to Live By, originally aired March 20, 1956
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, episode The Young and the Brave, originally aired March 16, 1956
Letter to Loretta, episode A Ticket for May, originally aired January 1, 1956
Appointment with Adventure, episode Mutiny, originally aired January 1, 1956
Star Stage, episode The Girl Who Wasn't Wanted, originally aired November 25, 1955
General Electric Theater, episode Shadow on the Heart, originally aired October 30, 1955
Cavalcade of America, episode The Ship That Shook the World, originally aired March 29, 1955
Out There, episode Ordeal in Space, originally aired November 4, 1951
Kraft Television Theatre, episode Delicate Story, originally aired March 7, 1951
The Philco Television Playhouse, episode A Matter of Life and Death, originally aired February 4, 1951
Lux Video Theatre, episode Saturday's Children, originally aired October 2, 1950

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