Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre

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Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre is an American anthology series, sponsored by Chrysler Corporation, which ran on NBC from 1963 through 1967. The show was hosted by Bob Hope, but it had a variety of formats, including musical, dramatic, and comedy.

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre is an American anthology series, sponsored by Chrysler Corporation, which ran on NBC from 1963 through 1967. The show was hosted by Bob Hope, but it had a variety of formats, including musical, dramatic, and comedy.

Original Release

09/27/1963 on NBC

US Release

09/27/1963

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Nightmare Wednesday, 14 September 1966
2 Time of Flight Wednesday, 21 September 1966
3 And Baby Makes Five Wednesday, 05 October 1966
4 Crazier Than Cotton Wednesday, 12 October 1966
5 Murder at N.B.C. Wednesday, 19 October 1966
6 Massacre at Fort Phil Kearney Wednesday, 26 October 1966
7 Dear Deductible Wednesday, 09 November 1966
8 The Big Stomach Wednesday, 16 November 1966
9 The Blue-Eyed Horse Wednesday, 23 November 1966
10 The Fatal Mistake Wednesday, 30 November 1966
11 Storm Crossing Wednesday, 07 December 1966
12 The Eighth Day Wednesday, 21 December 1966
13 Code Name: Heraclitus - Part 1 Wednesday, 28 December 1966
14 Code Name: Heraclitus - Part 2 Wednesday, 04 January 1967
15 A Time to Love Wednesday, 11 January 1967
16 The Lady Is My Wife Wednesday, 01 February 1967
17 Blind Man's Bluff Wednesday, 08 February 1967
18 A Song Called Revenge Wednesday, 01 March 1967
19 The Reason Nobody Hardly Ever Seen a Fat Outlaw in the Old West Is as Follows Wednesday, 08 March 1967
20 Free of Charge Wednesday, 22 March 1967
21 Verdict for Terror Wednesday, 29 March 1967
22 Dead Wrong Wednesday, 05 April 1967
23 Don't Wait for Tomorrow Wednesday, 19 April 1967
24 Wipeout Wednesday, 26 April 1967
25 To Sleep, Perchance to Scream Wednesday, 10 May 1967
26 Deadlock Wednesday, 17 May 1967
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Directors

Stuart Rosenberg, Sydney Pollack, Ron Winston, Jack Laird, Lawrence Dobkin, James Goldstone, Jack Arnold, David Butler, Hal Kanter, Robert Ellis Miller, Alex March, David Lowell Rich, Jack Rock, Jake Justiz, John Brahm, Herschel Daugherty, Ralph Senensky, Ezra Stone, Jess Oppenheimer, Gerald Mayer, Daniel Petrie, Tom Gries, Paul Stewart, Harvey Hart, Robert Stevens, Sam Peckinpah, Leo Penn, Buzz Kulik, Fielder Cook, Gordon Hessler, Rod Amateau, Robert Butler, Don Taylor, Alex Segal, Ida Lupino, John Cassavetes, Joseph Sargent, Richard Crenna, Paul Bogart, Frank Corsaro, Roland Kibbee, Michael Ritchie, Douglas Heyes, William Hale, Edward Anhalt, Paul Stanley

Writers

Rod Serling, Mark Rodgers, Franklin Barton, Jake Justiz, Stirling Silliphant, Burt Styler, David Rayfiel, Alvin Sapinsley, Nathaniel Curtis, Jack Laird, Harry Brown, Evan Hunter, Howard Browne, Richard Fielder, Harold Swanton, Arnold Perl, Ellis St. Joseph, Robert L. Joseph, Stanford Whitmore, Steven Bochco, Alex Gottlieb, Hal Kanter, Roy Huggins, Melville Shavelson, Norman Krasna, Richard Matheson, Groucho Marx, Philip Davis, Garry Marshall, John Cassavetes, Bob Hope, Luther Davis, Clifford Irving, Henry James, Dick Nelson, Jerry Belson, Harry Kleiner, Roland Kibbee, Bill Persky, Leslie Stevens, Tom Mankiewicz, Gene L. Coon, Henry Garson, Edmund Beloin, Dean Riesner, Sam Locke, Ernest Kinoy, William Kelley, Elroy Schwartz, Herman Miller, Harry Tugend, Douglas Heyes, Howard Rodman, A.E. Hotchner, Michael Fessier, Budd Schulberg, Sam Denoff, Donald Davis, Jess Oppenheimer, Rita Lakin, Bob Fisher, Arthur Marx, Elick Moll, John Gay, Eric Bercovici, Eugene Burdick, Carson McCullers, Bernard Slade, Benjamin Masselink, Frank Fenton, Theodore Apstein, Chester Krumholz, Albert E. Lewin, Stephen Longstreet, Leonard Kantor, John Haase, Richard Sherman, Oscar Millard, David Ellis, George Lefferts, Edward Anhalt, William Wood, William Inge, Raphael Blau, Halsted Welles, Joel Rapp, Loring Mandel, John O'Hara, E. Barrett Prettyman, Philip Freund, Jean Ariss, George Loring, Chester Davis, Thomas B. Dewey, Martha Gellhorn, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Paul Brickhill, Guthrie Lamb, Wilbur Daniel Steele, Edward Young, Henry Gregor Felsen, Jacques Gillies, John Furia, Edward DeBlasio, Sidney Michaels, Peter S. Feibleman, Jud Taylor, Albert Lewis, William Hardy

Cast

Producers

Gordon Oliver Executive Producer
Richard Berg Executive Producer
Melville Shavelson Executive Producer
Roy Huggins Executive Producer
Harry Tugend Executive Producer
Alan J. Miller Executive Producer
Oliver Gordon Executive Producer
James Tugend Producer
Richard Berg Producer
Jack Laird Producer
Ron Roth Producer
Richard Collins Producer
Richard Lewis Producer
Jess Oppenheimer Producer
Stanley Chase Producer
Harry Tugend Producer
Frank P. Rosenberg Producer
Mort Lachman Producer
Jeannot Szwarc Producer
Roy Huggins Producer
Rod Amateau Producer
Paul Mason Producer
Hal Kanter Producer
Jo Swerling Jr. Producer
David Lowell Rich Producer

Editors

Howard Epstein, Richard Belding, Robert Seiter, Bud S. Isaacs, Edward W. Williams, Edward Haire

1967EmmyOutstanding Variety Special Nominated
1966EmmyOutstanding Variety Special Won
1966EmmyOutstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama Won
1966EmmyOutstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama Won
1966EmmyOutstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama Nominated
1966EmmyOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama Won
1966EmmyOutstanding Writing Achievement in Drama Nominated
1965EmmyOutstanding Program Achievements in Entertainment Nominated
1965EmmyOutstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and Performers Nominated
1964EmmyOutstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama Nominated
1964EmmyOutstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role Nominated
1964EmmyOutstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Won
1964EmmyOutstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor Won
1964EmmyOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama Nominated
1964EmmyOutstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Original Nominated
1964EmmyOutstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Adaptation Won
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