The DuPont Show of the Week

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The DuPont Show of the Week is an American television anthology drama series which aired for three seasons on NBC from September 17, 1961 to August 30, 1964. It was nominated one time for an Edgar Allan Poe Award and eight times for Primetime Emmy Awards.

The DuPont Show of the Week is an American television anthology drama series which aired for three seasons on NBC from September 17, 1961 to August 30, 1964. It was nominated one time for an Edgar Allan Poe Award and eight times for Primetime Emmy Awards.

Original Release

09/17/1961 on NBC

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 The Last Hangman Sunday, 15 September 1963
2 The Last Hangman (1) Sunday, 15 September 1963
3 Hold-Up! Sunday, 22 September 1963
4 The Bachelor Game Sunday, 29 September 1963
5 The Takers Sunday, 13 October 1963
6 Manhattan Battleground Sunday, 20 October 1963
7 The Silver Burro Sunday, 03 November 1963
8 Miss America - Behind the Scenes Sunday, 17 November 1963
9 Ride with Terror Sunday, 01 December 1963
10 The Gambling Heart Sunday, 23 February 1964
11 The Hell Walkers Sunday, 08 March 1964
12 Jeremy Rabbitt - The Secret Avenger Sunday, 05 April 1964
13 A Day Like Today Sunday, 19 April 1964
14 Incident on Wilson Street Sunday, 03 May 1964
15 More, More, More, More Sunday, 31 May 1964
16 The Patient in Room 601 Sunday, 07 June 1964
17 The Missing Bank of Rupert X. Humperdink Sunday, 21 June 1964
18 High Wire - The Great Wallendas Sunday, 22 March 1964
19 Don't Go Upstairs Sunday, 17 May 1964
20 Flight Deck Sunday, 28 June 1964
21 Ambassador at Large Sunday, 30 August 1964
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Directors

Franklin J. Schaffner, Fielder Cook, Jack Smight, Fred Freed, Bill Jersey, James Elson, Donald B. Hyatt, Al Wasserman, Julian Claman, Tom Donovan, Bill Colleran, Arthur Zegart, Frank De Felitta, Lewis Freedman, Marc Daniels, Lela Swift, Seymour Robbie, Robert L. Bendick, John G. Fuller, Gerald Freedman, Lynwood King, William Corrigan, George Freedland, Ralph Nelson, Leonard Horn, Mel Stuart, Paul Almond, Joan Kemp-Welch, Ron Winston, William Martin

Writers

Bill Jersey, Roger O. Hirson, George Foster, Loring Mandel, William Nichols, Al Wasserman, Ernest Pendrell, Len Giovannitti, Robert Thom, Philip H. Reisman Jr., Richard Hanser, Julian Claman, Jerome Ross, Fred Freed, Berkely Mather, A.J. Cronin, Nicholas E. Baehr, John D. Hess, Leon Tokatyan, Allan Sloane, Stanley R. Greenberg, Joseph Conrad, Royal Foster, Frank Gabrielson, Robert Banks Stewart, Gordon Russell, Arthur Zegart, H.G. Wells, Lawrence B. Marcus, William Bast, Ernest Kinoy, Don Mankiewicz, Sidney Carroll, Frank De Felitta, Henry Misrock, Craig Gilbert, Robert J. Crean, Troy Kennedy-Martin, John G. Fuller, Helen Airoff, Edward Essex, Edward DeBlasio, Ernestine Barton, Bill Ballantine, John McGiffert, Franklyn MacGregor, Jacques Gillies, Bill Deming, Rod Reed, Larry Ward, Michael Dyne, George M. Cohan, Malvin Wald, Harry Brown

Cast

Producers

Editors

Robert Guenette, David E. Roland

1964 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Documentary Programs Nominated
1964 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Electronic Photography Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Documentary Programs Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role Nominated
1963 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design Nominated
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