Rheingold Theatre

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1953
Douglas Fairbanks Presents, also known as Rheingold Theater, is a 1950s syndicated half-hour anthology series hosted by and occasionally starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr. The show was produced by Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Productions for NBC and was filmed... read more

Douglas Fairbanks Presents, also known as Rheingold Theater, is a 1950s syndicated half-hour anthology series hosted by and occasionally starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr. The show was produced by Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Productions for NBC and was filmed at the British National Studios, Elstree, England.

Original Release

01/07/1953

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Timmy the Shanks Monday, 17 September 1956
2 The Man Who Wouldn't Escape Monday, 01 October 1956
3 Winning Sequence Monday, 08 October 1956
4 The Last Tour Monday, 15 October 1956
5 Someone Outside Monday, 22 October 1956
6 One Can't Help Feeling Sorry Monday, 29 October 1956
7 Crown of the Andes Monday, 05 November 1956
8 Homecoming Monday, 12 November 1956
9 Rendezvous at Dawn Monday, 19 November 1956
10 Scheherezade Wednesday, 05 September 1956
11 To What Great Heights Monday, 03 December 1956
12 The Best Man Friday, 21 September 1956
13 Bulldog Drummond and 'The Ludlow Affair' Monday, 28 January 1957
14 The Trouble with Destiny Monday, 04 February 1957
15 Together Monday, 11 February 1957
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Directors

Lance Comfort, Harold Huth, Lawrence Huntington, Leslie Arliss, Derek N. Twist, Arthur Crabtree, Michael McCarthy, Charles Saunders, Bernard Knowles, Roy Rich, Dennis Vance, Terence Fisher, John Gilling, Charles Frank, Francis Searle, Barry Delmaine, Anthony Young, Allan Davis, Joseph Sterling, Daniel Birt, Cy Roth, David MacDonald

Writers

Guy Morgan, Lawrence B. Marcus, Paul Vincent Carroll, Derry Quinn, Doreen Montgomery, Gabrielle Upton, Selwyn Jepson, Stanley Mann, Abby Mann, Leigh Vance, A.R. Rawlinson, Robert Westerby, Anne Howard Bailey, Michael McCarthy, Jerome Gruskin, John Sherman, John Gilling, Leslie Arliss, Joseph Schull, Irving Rubine, Paul David, Kent Donne, Frank Gruber, Hugh Walpole, Jack Wilson, Montagu Slater, Lou Rusoff, Frank D. Gilroy, Gordon Wellesley, Simon Harcourt-Smith, Roland Pertwee , John Tully, Malvin Wald, Jerry McGill, Geoffrey Wallace, Paul Erickson, Mordecai Richler, John Cresswell, Gwen Bagni, Nelson Gidding, John Haggarty, William Weiner, Maurice Wiltshire, Arthur Bryant, Leslie Reade, Michael Voysey, E.G. Cousins, Paul Dudley, Bernard Glemser, Clock Dailey, Johan Fabricius, Jean Leslie, Claude Pirkis, Marion Cooper, Martin Worth, Edward Dunn, Charles Early, Joseph Early, Mark Derby, John Q. Copeland, Hester Holland, Noel Charles, Albert Jarosy, Glen Bohannan, Lothian Daggett, W.E. Johns, Van Fleming, Dorothy Cottrell, Lance Sieveking, John Vincent Carroll, George Marrow, Maxwell Sellers, Claire Wallis, Howard Apter, James Patrick O'Neill, Emery Bonnett, Paul Gallico, Val Valentine, Berkely Mather, Peter Quinn, Diana Morgan, Charles Hatton, Margery Sharp, Moie Charles, Nikolay Gogol, Herbert Abbott Spiro, I.A.R. Wylie, Tedwell Chapman, Gil Doud, Pauline Stone, Ferdynand Goetel, Robin Estridge, J.B. Williams, Herman C. McNeile, Robert Louis Stevenson, John Francis Larkin, Doris Gilbert, Bernard Drew, Nathaniel Curtis, Lorraine Edwards, James Parish, Jack Roche, Michael Cosgrove, Jack Jacobs, Mildred Cram, Paul Bauman, Ivan Turgenev, Peter Graham Scott, John Bagni, Ben Arbeid, Dan Harris, Andrew Solt, Rhys Davies, Miles Malleson, Walter Scott, Irene Winston, Patrick Whyte, John Kneubuhl, Charles Frank, Richard Alan Simmons, Derek N. Twist

Creators

Herman C. McNeile

Cast

Producers

Editors

Peter Pitt, Sam Simmonds, Francis Bieber, Peter Taylor, Tom Simpson, Harry Booth, Inman Hunter, Gordon Pilkington, Seymour Logie

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