"Studio one" presents "Beyond reason" / by Worthington Miner ; based on a radio script by Devery Freeman. 1950.


"Studio one" presents "Beyond reason" / by Worthington Miner ; based on a radio script by Devery Freeman. 1950.

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Ridges, Stanley, 1892-1951

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Miner, Worthington, 1900-1982

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Worthington Miner, actor, stage and film director and noted television producer and pioneer, was born in Buffalo, New York in 1900. He made his Broadway debut as a spear carrier in the 1925 production of CYRANO DE BERGERAC, but soon turned to directing with the aid of Katharine Cornell. In 1942, after over ten years of directing stage and film productions, he became manager of Columbia Broadcasting System's entire television department. At CBS, Worthington Mi...

Stoddard, Haila

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Haila Stoddard is known for her work as an actor, producer, writer and director. Born in Great Falls, Montana, Stoddard moved to Los Angeles, California, where she obtained a degree from the University of Southern California. In 1934 Stoddard made her first stage appearance at the Belasco, Los Angeles, in the play Merrily We Roll Along . During her career as an actress Stoddard appeared in a number of plays, movies, and television series including sixteen years as Pauline Rysdale in "The Secret ...

Freeman, Devery, 1913-2005

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Devery Freeman (1913-2005), Brooklyn-born native and Brookyn College graduate, became a noted novelist and screenwriter of movies, radio as well as the "new medium" of television. When just a young college student, Devery Freeman began to write professionally for magazines like The New Yorker, The Saturday Evening Post, American Magazine, Liberty, The Chicago Tribune Syndicate MacLeans, and the English humor magazine Punch. He moved to California after graduation (like his brother Everett who be...

Sinclair, Mary, actress.

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Derr, Richard L. (Richard Luther), 1930-

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Schaffner, Franklin J

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