Westinghouse Studio One
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Two Sharp Knives(1949)
This pair of "Studio One" installments opens with "Mr. Mummery's Suspicion" (1951), with Roland Young as a man who fears his family's new cook is a wanted killer. Faith Brook, Francis Compton co-star. Next, Navy pilot Kevin McCarthy and crewmate Catherine McLeod land on a remote Pacific island populated by dropouts from modern society ... more
Lost for decades, the Emmy-winning TV version of Reginald Rose's classic tale about the tensions within a deadlocked murder trial jury stars Edward Arnold, Robert Cummings, Norman Fell, Franchot Tone, Joseph Sweeney, and George Voskovec (the last two the only cast members to reprise their roles in the 1957 film). 110 min. Standard; ... more
Included in this twin bill of Rod Serling-scripted "Studio One" installments are "The Strike" (1954), a Korean War drama in which Army major James Daly contemplates an order that could cost the lives of his men; and "The Arena" (1956), with Wendell Corey as a newly appointed U.S. senator dealing with an old foe of his late senator father. ... more
Six-disc set includes 17 "Studio One" broadcasts from 1948-1956, including "Julius Caesar" (1949), "Wuthering Heights" (1950), "1984" (1953), "Confessions of a Nervous Man" (1953), "Twelve Angry Men" (1954), "Dark Possession" (1954), "The Death and Life of Larry Benson" (1954), and more, with appearances by Art Carney, Charlton Heston, ... more