Producers' Showcase

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Producers' Showcase is an American anthology television series that was telecast live during the 1950s in compatible color by NBC. With top talent, the 90-minute episodes, covering a wide variety of genres, aired under the title every fourth Monday at... read more

Producers' Showcase is an American anthology television series that was telecast live during the 1950s in compatible color by NBC. With top talent, the 90-minute episodes, covering a wide variety of genres, aired under the title every fourth Monday at 8 pm ET for three seasons, beginning October 18, 1954. The final episode, the last of 37, was broadcast May 27, 1957.

Original Release

10/18/1954 on NBC

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 The Lord Don't Play Favorites Monday, 17 September 1956
2 The Letter Monday, 15 October 1956
3 Jack and the Beanstalk Monday, 12 November 1956
4 Festival of Music (#2) Monday, 10 December 1956
5 Ruggles of Red Gap Sunday, 03 February 1957
6 Mayerling Monday, 04 February 1957
7 Romeo and Juliet Monday, 04 March 1957
8 Reunion in Vienna Monday, 04 April 1955
9 The Great Sebastians Monday, 01 April 1957
10 Cinderella Monday, 29 April 1957
11 Mr. Broadway Saturday, 11 May 1957
12 Festival of Magic Monday, 27 May 1957
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Directors

Clark Jones, Vincent J. Donehue, Delbert Mann, Kirk Browning, Alan Handley, Alex Segal, Mel Ferrer, Arthur Penn, Dick Schneider, Charles Friedman, Albert Marre, Michael Case, Bob Banner, Michael Somes, Alan Schneider, Sidney Lumet, Otto Preminger, Anatole Litvak, Charles S. Dubin, William Wyler, Franklin J. Schaffner

Writers

Joseph Schrank, David Shaw, Robert E. Sherwood, Sumner Locke Elliott, Thornton Wilder, Leslie Stevens, Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm, John Van Druten, Sidney Howard, Edmond Rostand, Donald Bevan, Sig Herzig, Saul Levitt, Russel Crouse, George Bernard Shaw, Jan de Hartog, Anita Loos, Howard Lindsay, Fred Saidy, Brian Hooker, Ellen M. Violett, Rudolph Besier, J.M. Barrie, Tad Mosel, Sidney Kingsley, Paul De Kruif, Hal Stanley, Claude Anet, Arthur Koestler, W. Somerset Maugham, Sinclair Lewis, Irma von Cube, William Shakespeare, Harry Leon Wilson, Jo Swerling, Mel Tolkin, Helen Deutsch, Samuel Spewack, Clare Boothe Luce, Jacques Meunier, Guthrie McClintic, Sid Kuller, Andrew McCullough, John Meehan Jr., Bella Spewack, Noël Coward, Robert Alan Aurthur, Frederick Ashton, Jerome Robbins, Gottfried Reinhardt, Ernie Kovacs, Patrick Malloy

Cast

Producers

Barry Wood Executive Producer
Jack Rayel Executive Producer
Jule Styne Executive Producer
Alvin Cooperman Executive Producer
Fred Coe Producer
Sol Hurok Producer
William Nichols Producer
Alvin Cooperman Producer
Alex Segal Producer
Hume Cronyn Producer
Jose Ferrer Producer
Edwin Lester Producer
Jean Dalrymple Producer
E. Roger Muir Producer
Perry Cross Producer
Henry Salomon Producer
Charles Friedman Producer
Jack Rayel Producer
John Bloch Producer
Fred Rickey Producer
Barry Wood Producer
Mort Abrahams Producer
Dorothy Mathews Producer
Otto Preminger Producer
Anatole Litvak Producer
Donald Davis Producer
Robert Whitehead Producer

Editors

Sumner Locke Elliott

1957 Emmy Best Single Performance by an Actor Nominated
1957 Emmy Best Single Performance by an Actress Won
1957 Emmy Best Live Camera Work Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Dramatic Series Won
1956 Emmy Best Single Program of the Year Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Actor - Single Performance Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Actress - Single Performance Won
1956 Emmy Best Actress - Single Performance Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Actress - Single Performance Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Television Adaptation Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Musical Contribution Won
1956 Emmy Best Musical Contribution Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Musical Contribution Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Producer - Live Series Won
1956 Emmy Best Director - Live Series Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Director - Live Series Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Art Direction - Live Series Won
1956 Emmy Best Choreographer Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Single Program of the Year Won
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