Robert Montgomery Presents

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1950
Robert Montgomery Presents is an American dramatic television series which was produced by NBC from January 30, 1950, until June 24, 1957. The live show had several sponsors during its seven-year run, and the title was altered to feature the sponsor,... read more

Robert Montgomery Presents is an American dramatic television series which was produced by NBC from January 30, 1950, until June 24, 1957. The live show had several sponsors during its seven-year run, and the title was altered to feature the sponsor, usually Lucky Strike cigarettes, for example, Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theater, ....The Johnson's Wax Program, and so on.

Original Release

01/30/1950 on NBC

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Soldier from the Wars Returning Monday, 10 September 1956
2 Onions in the Stew Monday, 17 September 1956
3 After All These Years Monday, 24 September 1956
4 The Last Trip of the Hindenburg Monday, 01 October 1956
5 September Affair Monday, 08 October 1956
6 Pilgrimage Monday, 15 October 1956
7 Goodbye, Grey Flannel Monday, 22 October 1956
8 One Bright Day Monday, 29 October 1956
9 Mr. Tutt Goes West Monday, 05 November 1956
11 The Misfortunes of Mr. Minihan Monday, 19 November 1956
12 Plainfield Teachers College Monday, 26 November 1956
13 Sunset Boulevard Monday, 10 December 1956
14 The Young and the Beautiful Monday, 10 December 1956
15 Miracle at Lensham Monday, 17 December 1956
16 Amahl and the Night Visitors Monday, 24 December 1956
17 Music for Your New Year's Eve Monday, 31 December 1956
18 The Liar Monday, 14 January 1957
19 Give and Take Monday, 14 January 1957
20 Crisis at Sand Cave Monday, 21 January 1957
21 The Clay Pigeon Monday, 28 January 1957
22 The Week the World Stood Still Monday, 11 February 1957
23 The Grand Prize Monday, 11 February 1957
24 Wait for Me Monday, 18 February 1957
25 Reclining Figure Monday, 25 February 1957
26 The Enemy Monday, 11 March 1957
27 The Last Train to Kildevil Monday, 11 March 1957
28 His Name Was Death Monday, 18 March 1957
29 One Minute to Ditch Monday, 25 March 1957
30 A Slice of Life Monday, 08 April 1957
31 Victoria Regina Monday, 15 April 1957
32 Fear Street Monday, 15 April 1957
33 The Trial of Pontius Pilate Monday, 22 April 1957
34 The New World Monday, 29 April 1957
35 Longing for to Go Monday, 13 May 1957
36 Return Visit Monday, 13 May 1957
37 Sturdevant's Daughter Monday, 27 May 1957
38 One Smart Apple Monday, 24 June 1957
40 The Weather Lover
41 Faust '57
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Directors

Norman Felton, John Newland, Perry Lafferty, Herbert B. Swope Jr., Tad Danielewski, James P. Yarbrough, Ira Cirker, James Sheldon, Frank Telford, Robert Ellenstein, Vincent J. Donehue, Carl Frank, Grey Lockwood, Gerald Savory, William Hamilton, Alfred Hitchcock

Writers

Theodore Ferro, Mathilde Ferro, Doria Folliott, Thomas Phipps, Irving Gaynor Neiman, Adrian Spies, Robert J. Shaw, Alvin Sapinsley, Milton S. Gelman, Agnes Nixon, William Kendall Clarke, Norman Felton, Martha Wilkerson, Gail Ingram, Jerome Ross, Noel B. Gerson, J. Harvey Howells, Charles Dickens, James Thurber, Sandra Michael, Denis Green, Robert E. Sherwood, Richard Morrison, Cornell Woolrich, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Robert Wallace, Joseph Conrad, W. Somerset Maugham, Victor Hugo, Robert Zacks, Burton Benjamin, John O'Hara, J.B. Priestley, Robert Nathan, Don Ettlinger, Gerald Savory, Denis Green, Abby Mann, Joe Graham, Robert M. Coates, Betty MacDonald, Alan Surgal, James Benjamin, John McPhee, Robert Cenadella, John Vlahos, Felix Jackson, Arthur Chesney Train, Murray Burnett, Wilbur Daniel Steele, Sandra Mitchell, George R. Stewart, Fredric Brown, F. Hugh Herbert, Dorothy B. Hughes, Elaine Carrington, Laurence Housman, Christopher Morley, Paul Winterton, Sigmund Miller, Jack McClain, Rosemary Casey, Peter Barry, Alfred D. Gato, Robert Shackleton, Paul Conant, Nancy Freedman, Anne Chamberlain, John Lewellen, Peter Putnam, Gilbert S. Faust, Burton J. Rowles, D.M. Marshman Jr., Roy Hargrave, Sebastian Simms, William Sloane, Albert J. Guerard, H.I. Phillips, Christopher Mayhew, Thomas C. Parisi, Mary Murry, Norma Mitchell, Lionel Shapiro, William Herman, Stanley Brown, Sinclair Lewis, A.E. Coppard, Ernest Hemingway, J.H. Wallis, George Bernard Shaw, Franklin Barton, David Levy, Peter Towry, Howard Swigett, Emily Kimbrough, Edwin Balmer, Therese Lewis, Evelyn Waugh, Ring Lardner, James Parish, Paul Manning, Steve Frazee, Kenneth Horan, Turnley Walker, Hans Peter Falk-Ronne, Daphne Du Maurier, Paul Manning, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Dagny Delph, Mary Hayley Bell, Elliott Baker, Zoe Akins, Kevin Mckay, Sidney Morse, Oscar Wilde, Guy Bolton, Joe A. Cross, Allan Vaughan Elston, George Emerson Brewer Jr., Martin Dibner, Graham Doar, Mark Derby, Milton Mezzrow, Georges Arnaud, A.A. Milne, Charles R. Jackson, Alec Waugh, Joel Hammil, Emeric Pressburger, Nathaniel Curtis, Robert Carson, James Beach, Robert Presnell Sr., John McClain, Richard Mason, Arthur Richman, A.J. Cronin, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Booth Tarkington, Joseph Ruscoll, Cleveland Amory, Wilkie Collins, Edward Percy, Nathaniel Hawthorne, John Cheever, William A. Wellman, Jay Dratler, Nunnally Johnson, Billy Wilder, Michael Powell, Pearl S. Buck, Sophie Treadwell, Raymond Chandler, Benedict Freedman, Ellis Marcus, Peter Barry, Perry Lafferty, Charles Brackett, Merwin Gerard, John Dos Passos, Keith Winter, Gian Carlo Menotti, Philip MacDonald, Cornelius Ryan, Paul Gallico, Thornton Wilder, Reginald Denham, I.A.R. Wylie, Alan Le May, Harry Kurnitz, C.L. Anthony, John McLiam, Hal Hackady, Frances Warfield, St. John Terrell, William A. Ferguson, Herbert Brean, Denis Greene, William Chapman White, Elaine Corrington, S.S. Schweitzer, DeWitt Bodeen, Ursula Curtiss, Alfred Lewis Levitt, Ray Bailey, Marcia Davenport, Ronald Alexander, Christopher Morley, Eileen Pollock, Philip Barry, Kathleen Sprout, Richard Berg, A.H. Bailey, Felice Benuzzi, John Newland, Bertram Bloch, Mitchell Wilson

Creators

Emily Kimbrough

Cast

Producers

1954 Emmy Best Dramatic Program Nominated
1953 Emmy Best Dramatic Program Won
1952 Emmy Best Dramatic Show Nominated
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