NET Playhouse

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NET Playhouse was an American dramatic television anthology series produced by National Educational Television. NET subsequently merged with WNDT Newark to form WNET, and was superseded by the Public Broadcasting Service, though the NET title did remain. read more

NET Playhouse was an American dramatic television anthology series produced by National Educational Television. NET subsequently merged with WNDT Newark to form WNET, and was superseded by the Public Broadcasting Service, though the NET title did remain. In addition to episodes produced in the United States, the series also aired episodes that were originally produced and broadcast in the United Kingdom. The series occasionally broadcast feature films, such as L'Avventura and Knife in the Water.

Original Release

1964 on PBS

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# Title Air Date
1 Helen Hayes Remembers Sunday, 11 October 1970
2 A Scent of Flowers Thursday, 15 October 1970
6 The Sand Castle/The Tape Recorder Thursday, 19 November 1970
7 Foul!/Actor's Choice Thursday, 26 November 1970
15 Generation of Leaves: Jesus - A Passion Play for Americans Thursday, 26 March 1970
31 The Wright Brothers Thursday, 24 June 1971
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Directors

Bill Bain, Marc Daniels, Jack Landau, William Francisco, Paul Sills, Ken Rockefeller, Melwyn Breen, John J. Desmond, Timothy Mayer, Tsutomu Konno, Nathan Kroll, Lane Slate, Christopher Sarson, Fred Barzyk, Glenn Jordan, Paul Bogart, Lindsay Anderson, Joe Layton, Arthur Allan Seidelman, Stuart Burge, Arthur Barron

Writers

Ronald Ribman, Paul Zindel, Claire Merrill, Marya Mannes, Paul Sills, Pat Flower, John Wheatcroft, Timothy Mayer, Sol Stember, Constance Garnett, Jean Shepherd, Peter Höhne, Kôichi Ôtsu, Jack Richardson, Anton Chekhov, Lane Slate, Oscar Wilde, Lanford Wilson, Harding Lemay, James Saunders, Thornton Wilder, Herman Melville, Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm, David Silver, Archibald Macleish, Christopher Fry, Henrik Ibsen, Israel Horovitz, John Guare, Lewis Carroll, Arthur Barron, David Storey, Arthur Miller

Cast

Producers

Editors

Murray Solomon, Juan Barnett, Victoria Hochberg

1971EmmyOutstanding Series - Drama Nominated
1970EmmyOutstanding Dramatic Series Nominated
1969EmmyOutstanding Dramatic Series Won
1969EmmyOutstanding Variety or Musical Program Nominated
1968EmmyOutstanding Dramatic Series Nominated
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