Bus Stop (1961–1962)

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Grace owns the bus stop in Sunrise CO. She, waitress Elma, Sheriff Will and D.A. Glenn watch life through the stories which unfold as passengers arrive and then depart the small town.


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  • Fabian and Jenny Maxwell in Bus Stop (1961)
  • Tuesday Weld in Bus Stop (1961)
  • Dean Stockwell and Steve Cochran in Bus Stop (1961)
  • Tuesday Weld in Bus Stop (1961)
  • George Grizzard and Joanne Linville in Bus Stop (1961)
  • Buddy Ebsen, Tuesday Weld, and Gary Lockwood in Bus Stop (1961)

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Creator:

Roy Huggins

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21 April 2002 | lqualls-dchin
Memorable series, very different from the movie and play
"Bus Stop" was a memorable series, though very different from the movie and play, which were more farcical. The series was in black-and-white, and was usually very dramatic. Each week, there would be a mini-drama as people came in and out of the bus stop. The Marilyn Maxwell character, Grace, usually provided sympathy and advice; there was always a bantering relationship between Grace and the sheriff, the bus driver, and the waitress, which was behind the main drama. For some reason, i remember an episode which had Madelyn Rhue and Coleen Gray, which had to do with a woman trying to escape an abusive relationship who becomes friends with another woman on the bus. But "Bus Stop" was a good series; i was surprised to discover that Robert Altman had been involved with the series.

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