Lux Video Theatre (1950–1959)

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Live dramatic shows featuring Hollywood stars. Initially, the show was a thirty-minute weekly show, but when it moved to NBC in August 1954, the show was extended to sixty minutes, and the ... See full summary »

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  • Esther Williams at an event for Lux Video Theatre (1950)
  • Esther Williams at an event for Lux Video Theatre (1950)
  • Esther Williams at an event for Lux Video Theatre (1950)
  • Esther Williams at an event for Lux Video Theatre (1950)
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  • Karen Sharpe stars in Lux Video Theater's "Something to Live For"

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20 October 2003 | Single-Black-Male
James Mason and Buzz Kulik
In the 1954-55 season when James Mason was host, Buzz Kulik plied his trade as a director on this show before moving on to direct episodes of 'The Twilight Zone'. Charles Bennett, famous for his Hitchcock and DeMille collaborations in the 30's and 40's also wrote 'The Browning Version' which was aired on the 7th April 1955.

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