Armstrong Circle Theatre

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1950
Armstrong Circle Theatre is an American anthology drama television series which ran from 1950 to 1957 on NBC, and then until 1963 on CBS. It alternated weekly with The U.S. Steel Hour. It finished in the Nielsen ratings at #19 for the 1950-1951 season and #24 for 1951-1952. read more

Armstrong Circle Theatre is an American anthology drama television series which ran from 1950 to 1957 on NBC, and then until 1963 on CBS. It alternated weekly with The U.S. Steel Hour. It finished in the Nielsen ratings at #19 for the 1950-1951 season and #24 for 1951-1952. The principal sponsor was Armstrong World Industries.

Original Release

06/06/1950 on NBC

Cast

# Title Air Date
2 Carousel Sunday, 07 May 1967
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Directors

William Corrigan, Paul Bogart, Ted Post, Garry Simpson, Cort Steen, James Sheldon, Hal Keith, James Sheldon, Harvey Marlowe, Daniel Petrie, Robert Stevens, Robert Mulligan, Robert Ellis Miller, Herbert B. Swope Jr., Don Richardson, David Roth, Marc Daniels, Jack Tyler, Oliam Corrigan, Ed Roberts, Wade Bingham, Charles Harrell

Writers

Jerome Coopersmith, Harold Gast, Irve Tunick, Alvin Boretz, Art Wallace, Anne Howard Bailey, Robert Van Scoyk, Jerome Ross, Roger O. Hirson, Frank De Felitta, Doris Halman, Ruth Woodman, Hamilton Benz, Vance Bourjaily, Nicholas E. Baehr, Carey Wilber, Roger Garis, William Dudley, Kay Arthur, Elizabeth Hume, Don Mankiewicz, George Lowther, Irving Gaynor Neiman, Philip H. Reisman Jr., Robert J. Crean, Abram S. Ginnes, Ira Avery, Theodore W. Case, Turner Bullock, Douglas Taylor, Lawrence Dugan, Virginia Dugan, Konrad Bercovici, Peggy Hilton, Alvin Yudcoff, Jeanne Warner, Michele Cousin, Frank O'Neill, James Garvin, Dennis Conover, Eli Cantor, David Shaw, John Vlahos, S. Lee Pogostin, Irving Elman, Elliott Baker, Frank O'Neill, Rod Serling, Bob Duncan, Don Ettlinger, Dale Wasserman, George Lefferts, Sheldon Stark, Leon Tokatyan, David Davidson, Michael Dyne, Leslie Scott, William Welch, Robert Alan Aurthur, Jerry Ross, Nunnally Johnson, James W. Gavin, John Gay, Sam Hall, John G. Fuller, Richard McCracken, Robert Noah, Virginia Mazer, Alfred Brenner, Ted Mills, James Thurber, Milton Geiger, J. Campbell Bruce, E.B. White, Cornelius Ryan, Morton Wishengrad, George Bellak, John McGreevey, Alice Fleming, Frank D. Gilroy, Alvin Sapinsley, Jay Presson Allen, Loring Mandel, Mann Rubin, Mel Goldberg, Philip Foster, Edmund Morris, John Eldridge, Max Ehrlich, William Noble, Joe Venable, John Hanley, Philip W. Foster, Bronson Dudley, Charlotte Paul, Wilson Bower, Alice French, Terry Ross, Robert Pollock, Hobe Morris, Frederic Manley, Edward D. Radin, Sylvia Weld, Prentiss Moore, Peter W. Cobb, Virginia Travers, Cullen Moore, Roger Vornholt, Philip Kalfur, Paul Sandhaus, Butler Sheldon, Dorcas Durkee, Irene Foley, Gaynor Neiman, David Padwa, Michael Bialoguski, Helen Papashvily, Frances Tyssen Nutt, Gena Canestrari, Josephine Schillid, Martha Fulton, Robert David Burke, Bernard Woolfe, Edgar Marvin, Newton Meltzer, Carol Warner Gluck, Robert Howard Lindsay, Kathleen Lindsey, Ellen McCracken, Peter Kalischer, Muffet Peter, Joseph Schull, Greer Johnson, George Faulkner, Edward S. Fox, Thomas J. Fleming, Peggy Mann, Sam Elkin, Wilson Lehr, Eric Arthur, Cameron Hawley, Elaine Ryan

Cast

Producers

Editors

Barbara Schultz

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