Climax!

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Climax! is an American television anthology series that aired on CBS from 1954 to 1958. The series was hosted by William Lundigan and later co-hosted by Mary Costa. It was one of the few CBS programs of that era to be broadcast in color. read more

Climax! is an American television anthology series that aired on CBS from 1954 to 1958. The series was hosted by William Lundigan and later co-hosted by Mary Costa. It was one of the few CBS programs of that era to be broadcast in color. Many of the episodes were performed and broadcast live, and although the series was transmitted in color, only black-and-white kinescope copies of some episodes survive to the present day. The series finished at #22 in the Nielsen ratings for the 1955-1956 season and #26 for 1956-1957.

Original Release

10/07/1954 on CBS

US Release

10/07/1954

Directors

Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight, Ralph Nelson, Robert Stevens, Don Medford, Herbert B. Swope Jr., Arthur Hiller, William H. Brown Jr., Tom Donovan, David Swift, Russell Stoneham, Fielder Cook, Tony Barr, Bernard Girard, Seymour Berns, Ida Lupino

Writers

John McGreevey, James P. Cavanagh, Oliver Crawford, Adrian Spies, Charles Larson, Whitfield Cook, DeWitt Bodeen, Gwen Bagni, Irwin Gielgud, John Kneubuhl, Rod Serling, Mel Goldberg, Leonard Spigelgass, Malvin Wald, Ellis St. Joseph, Bernard Girard, Hagar Wilde, Jerome Gruskin, Paul Monash, Jerry Davis, Victor Wolfson, William Kozlenko, John Monks Jr., Robert Pollock, Russell S. Hughes, Henry F. Greenberg, Al C. Ward, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Ben Starr, Eileen Pollock, Marc Brandel, Nicholas Monsarrat, William Faulkner, Eric Ambler, Dale Eunson, Katherine Albert, David Friedkin, David Swift, Devery Freeman, Irving Wallace, E. Jack Neuman, Robert Bloomfield, Raymond Chandler, Mann Rubin, Gore Vidal, Eliot Asinof, Charles Bennett, Dick Stenger, Leo Lieberman, F.W. Durkee, Morton S. Fine, Phyllis Bottome, William Brinkley, Tom Coffey, Frank Slaughter, M.L. Vallons, Gerald Douglass, Rumer Godden, Todd O. Thoman Jr., Anne Morrison Chapin, Paul N. Williams, Dorothy B. Hughes, John Bingham, Richard Lockridge, Rowland Brown, Frances Lockridge, Ellis Kadison, Robert Louis Stevenson, Martha Albrand, H. William Miller, Anthony Berkins, Walter Newman, E. Phillips Oppenheim, Laura Z. Hobson, John Galsworthy, Margaret Coffey, Elizabeth McCoy, Morton Prince, Mary Loos, H.F.M. Prescott, Bayard Veiller, Dorothy Black, Oscar Wilde, Grace Zaring Stone, Will Lorin, Walter Reilly, Jhan Robbins, Clemmie Galloway, Robert Dozier, Ian Gordon, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Nancy Rutledge, Arthur Geller, Lucille Fletcher, Arnold Shaw, Eleanore Griffin, John D. MacDonald, Robert Pollock, Gil Doud, Harry Julian Fink, Erle Stanley Gardner, Charlotte Armstrong, Patricia Highsmith, Shelley Smith, William Fay, Ian Fleming, Bob Crosby, Robert Blees, Aldous Huxley, William Roerick, Louella Parsons, Leonard Lee, Thomas Coley, Dale Wasserman, Harold Jack Bloom, Evan Hunter, Irving Elman, Donald S. Sanford, Mark Twain, Richard H. Landau, Saul Levitt, Raymond Massey, Faith Baldwin, Jean Holloway, Mel Dinelli, Louis L'Amour, Irving Stone, Katherine Anne Porter, Larry Berns, Ward Hawkins, Howard Leeds, Frank Gruber, Shirl Hendryx, Lowell Barrington, Ellis Marcus, Milton Geiger, Don Quinn, George Batson, Robert Tallman, Fred Freiberger, Gene Levitt, James Joseph, Seeleg Lester, Jerry McNeely, Ernest Hemingway, Howard Browne, Charles Hoffman, David Dortort, Ring Lardner, George Bruce, June Robbins, Margaret Cousins, Frank Glicksman, Shirley Gordon, A.J. Cronin, Stephen Vincent Benét, George Lowther, John Hawkins, Gil Rodin, Nona Coxhead, Gordon Gaskill, Louis Auchincloss, Ursula Curtiss, Mabel Seeley, Eileen Pollock, John Vlahos, Joseph Hergesheimer, James P. Canagh, Jack de Witt, Leo Gallen, Ronald Sercombe, Frederick C. Davis, Sheldon Stark, Antony Ellis, Arthur Rowe, John Dickson Carr, Cornell Woolrich, F. Scott Fitzgerald

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