Pulitzer Prize Playhouse

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1950
The Pulitzer Prize Playhouse is an American television anthology drama series which offered adaptations of Pulitzer Prize winning plays, stories and novels. The distinguished journalist Elmer Davis was the host and narrator of this 1950-52 ABC series.

The Pulitzer Prize Playhouse is an American television anthology drama series which offered adaptations of Pulitzer Prize winning plays, stories and novels. The distinguished journalist Elmer Davis was the host and narrator of this 1950-52 ABC series.

Original Release

10/06/1950 on ABC

US Release

10/06/1950

Cast

Elmer Davis Self - Narrator / Host / Narrator
Elmer Davis Narrator / Host
Elmer Davis Host / Narrator
Calvin Thomas Joshua Speed
Ruth Chatterton Alison Stanhope
Robert E. Strickland (as Bob Strickland)
Wendell K. Phillips William Herndon
John Raitt Brom Broeck
Hiram Sherman Rosen
David F. Perkins (as David Perkins)
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Skin of Our Teeth Wednesday, 19 December 1951
2 Alison's House Wednesday, 02 January 1952
3 The Town Wednesday, 16 January 1952
4 Years of Grace Wednesday, 30 January 1952
5 Hill 346: A Report on Korea Wednesday, 13 February 1952
6 Melville Goodwin, U.S.A. Wednesday, 27 February 1952
7 Monsieur Beaucaire Wednesday, 12 March 1952
8 Robert E. Lee Wednesday, 26 March 1952
9 The Jungle Wednesday, 09 April 1952
10 The Fascinating Stranger Wednesday, 23 April 1952
11 The Return of Mr. Moto Wednesday, 07 May 1952
12 The American Leonardo: The Life of Samuel F.B. Morse Wednesday, 21 May 1952
13 Daisy Mayme Wednesday, 04 June 1952
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Directors

Alex Segal, Frank Telford, Charles S. Dubin, Bill Brown, Irving Pichel, Felix Jackson, Edgar Peterson, Marc Daniels

Writers

Maxwell Anderson, John P. Marquand, Owen Davis, Thornton Wilder, Don Ettlinger, Joseph Schrank, Sidney Howard, Booth Tarkington, Edna Ferber, Marquis James, Susan Glaspell, Budd Schulberg, George S. Kaufman, Robert E. Sherwood, Moss Hart, Felix Jackson, George Kelly, John Howard Lawson, Sinclair Lewis, Marc Connelly, Philip Barry, Edward Eliscu, Laurence Stallings, René Fauchois, Martin Flavin, Norman Lessing, Zoe Akins, Lawrence Hazard, Hal Boyle, Jeffrey Max Lalande, Katrina Ettlinger, Conrad Richter, Margaret Ayer Barnes, Douglas Southall Freeman, Carleton Mabee, George Weller, James A. Michener, Leopold Atlas, John Hersey, James Gould Cozzens, Washington Irving, Milton Geiger, Nancy Moore

Cast

Elmer Davis Self - Narrator / Host / Narrator
Elmer Davis Narrator / Host
Elmer Davis Host / Narrator
Calvin Thomas Joshua Speed
Ruth Chatterton Alison Stanhope
Robert E. Strickland (as Bob Strickland)
Wendell K. Phillips William Herndon
John Raitt Brom Broeck
Hiram Sherman Rosen
David F. Perkins (as David Perkins)
Enid Rudd (as Enid Pulver)
Adele Longmire Ann Rutledge
Donald Briggs (as Don Briggs)
Edmond O'Brien Ben Jordan
Joanne Dru Christina Phelps
Raymond Massey Abraham Lincoln
Vincent Price Duke de Chartles
Kevin McCarthy Seth Gale
Melvyn Douglas Eugene Morgan
Melvyn Douglas Martin Luther Cooper

Producers

Editors

Gregg G. Tallas

1952 Emmy Best Dramatic Show Nominated
1951 Emmy Best Dramatic Show Won
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