List of Studio One episodes

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This is a list of all episodes of the television anthology series Studio One.

Season 1 (1948-49)[edit]

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11"The Storm"Worthington MinerStory by : McNight Malmar
Teleplay by : Worthington Miner
November 7, 1948 (1948-11-07)
A woman spends a dark and stormy night alone in a country house where she finds a dead body in the basement and is terrorized by an intruder.
22"Let Me Do the Talking"Paul NickellStory by : Richard Mealand
Teleplay by : Worthington Miner
November 26, 1948 (1948-11-26)
A young publishing agent faces the consequences of stepping on a few too many toes on his way up the business ladder.
33"The Medium"Paul NickellStory by : Gian Carlo Menotti
Teleplay by : Worthington Miner
December 12, 1948 (1948-12-12)
A phony medium feels a pair of hands around her neck during one of her seances.
44"Not So Long Ago"Worthington MinerStory by : Joseph Liss
Teleplay by : Worthington Miner
December 26, 1948 (1948-12-26)
An old woman remembers a time in her youth when two men competed for her affections.
55"The Outward Room"Worthington MinerStory by : Millen Brand
Teleplay by : Joseph Liss
January 9, 1949 (1949-01-09)
A woman struggles to overcome her agoraphobia.
66"Blind Alley"Paul NickellTeleplay by : Worthington Miner
Based on a play by: James Warwick
January 30, 1949 (1949-01-30)
A noted psychiatrist tries to help a killer who escaped from prison.
77"Holiday"Worthington MinerTeleplay by : Worthington Miner
Based on a play by: Philip Barry
February 20, 1949 (1949-02-20)
A self-made man proposes to the daughter of a wealthy industrialist.
88"Julius Caesar"Paul NickellTeleplay by : Worthington Miner
Based on the play by: William Shakespeare
March 6, 1949 (1949-03-06)
In an adaptation of William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, the Roman emperor is plotted against by conspiring senators.
99"Berkeley Square"Worthington MinerAdapted by: John L. Balderston & J.C. Squire
From a story by: Henry James
March 20, 1949 (1949-03-20)
A young American goes back in time to the Revolutionary War and meets his ancestors.
1010"Redemption"Paul NickellAdapted by: Sylvia Berger
From a story by: Leo Tolstoy
March 21, 1949 (1949-03-21)
A man's fiancee leaves him for another man, who falls for a gypsy girl.
1111"Moment of Truth"Worthington MinerStory by : Margaret Storm Jameson
Teleplay by : Joseph Liss
April 17, 1949 (1949-04-17)
Five British refugees fight over a seat on a plane to escape from Communist occupation.
1212"Julius Caesar"Paul NickellTeleplay by : Worthington Miner
Based on the play by: William Shakespeare
May 1, 1949 (1949-05-01)
Rebroadcast. In an adaptation of William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, the Roman emperor is plotted against by conspiring senators.
1313"The Glass Key"George ZacharyAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Dashiell Hammett
May 11, 1949 (1949-05-11)
A corrupt politician is framed for murder, so his employee dodges advances from his boss's fiancee and attacks from gangsters to find the real killer.
1414"Shadow and Substance"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Paul Vincent Carroll
May 18, 1949 (1949-05-18)
A true believer uses the purity and simplicity of her faith to bring others back to first principles.
1515"Flowers from a Stranger"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Dorothee Carousso
May 25, 1949 (1949-05-25)
A psychiatrist's wife suffers an emotional breakdown when a stranger sends her a box of flowers.
1616"The Dybbuk"Paul NickellAdapted by: Joseph Liss
From a play by: Sholom Ansky
June 1, 1949 (1949-06-01)
A woman is possessed by the spirit of a dead man she pledged to marry.
1717"Boy Meets Girl"George ZacharyStory by : Walter Hart
Teleplay by : Sam Spewack & Bella Spewack
June 8, 1949 (1949-06-08)
Two screenwriters try to come up with a comeback for a fading cowboy star.
1818"Smoke"Paul NickellAdapted by: Edward Mabley and Worthington Miner
From a story by: Ivan Turgenev
June 15, 1949 (1949-06-15)
A pair of Russian individuals have opposing philosophies in their changing community.
1919"June Moon"Walter HartAdapted by: Gerald Goode
From a story by: George S. Kaufman and Ring Lardner
June 22, 1949 (1949-06-22)
A shipping clerk from Schenectady with dreams of being a lyricist comes to Manhattan, where he befriends a one-hit wonder and finds his dream girl.
2020"The Shadowy Third"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Ellen Glasgow
June 29, 1949 (1949-06-29)
A doctor becomes an object of affection for all his female patients.

Season 2 (1949-50)[edit]

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211"Kyra Zelas"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Stanley G. Weinbaum
September 12, 1949 (1949-09-12)
Kyra Zelas surprises everyone when a doctor gives her an injection that miraculously cures her tuberculosis.
222"The Rival Dummy"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner and David Opatoshu
From a story by: Ben Hecht
September 19, 1949 (1949-09-19)
A ventriloquist's dummy comes to life when he refuses to perform at an old vaudeville theater.
233"The Outward Room"Paul NickellAdapted by: Joseph Liss
From a story by: Millen Brand
September 26, 1949 (1949-09-26)
Rebroadcast. A mentally disturbed woman struggles to live a normal life.
244"Mrs. Moonlight"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: William Jayme
From a story by: Benn W. Levy
October 3, 1949 (1949-10-03)
A newlywed bride's wish to never grow old becomes a curse as everything and everyone around her ages while she stays young.
255"The Light That Failed"Paul NickellAdapted by: Joseph Liss
From a story by: Rudyard Kipling
October 10, 1949 (1949-10-10)
A war artist follows the British into battle and experiences their internal struggles as he provides them with incredible descriptions of warfare in the desert.
266"The Storm"Yul BrynnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: McNight Malmar
October 17, 1949 (1949-10-17)
Rebroadcast. On a dark and stormy night, a young woman living alone in a country house is terrorized by an intruder and discovers a dead body in her basement.
277"Battleship Bismarck"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Maurice Valency
October 24, 1949 (1949-10-24)
Two weeks after its maiden voyage, the Battleship Bismarck is sunk by the British.
288"Concerning a Woman of Sin"Yul BrynnerAdapted by: Gerald Goode
From a story by: Ben Hecht
October 31, 1949 (1949-10-31)
A literary agent wishes to represent the writer of a brilliant new screenplay, who turns out to be nine years old.
299"The Husband"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Natalie Anderson
November 7, 1949 (1949-11-07)
A woman believes her deceased husband is haunting her.
3010"Two Sharp Knives"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Carl Bixby
From a story by: Dashiell Hammett
November 14, 1949 (1949-11-14)
A small-town police chief searches for the murderer of an innocent man he arrested for murder.
3111"Of Human Bondage"Paul NickellAdapted by: Sumner Locke Elliott
From the novel by: W. Somerset Maugham
November 21, 1949 (1949-11-21)
A crippled medical student courts a heartless waitress.
3212"At Mrs. Beam's"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Charles Monroe
From the play by: C.K. Munro
November 28, 1949 (1949-11-28)
During the Bluebeard panic, a mysterious young couple from Paris create fear at a London boarding house.
3313"Henry IV"Paul NickellAdapted by: Maurice Valency
From the play by: Luigi Pirandello
December 5, 1949 (1949-12-05)
An eccentric Italian thinks he's Henry IV.
3414"Jane Eyre"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Sumner Locke Elliott
From the novel by: Charlotte Brontë
December 12, 1949 (1949-12-12)
Nineteen-year-old Jane Eyre, whose life has been full of turmoil, falls for a man of higher social status.
3515"Mary Poppins"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From the books of: P.L. Travers
December 19, 1949 (1949-12-19)
An old-fashioned London banker hires a nanny of special talents to take care of his naughty children.
3616"The Inner Light"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Joseph Liss
From a story by: Hugo Csergo
December 26, 1949 (1949-12-26)
A scientist visits an English home for the blind claiming to have discovered a cure for blindness.
3717"Riviera"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Ferenc Molnár
January 2, 1950 (1950-01-02)
The daughter of a wealthy Parisian sets off a romantic love triangle when she vacations at the French Riviera.
3818"Beyond Reason"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From the radio play by: Devery Freeman
January 9, 1950 (1950-01-09)
A young woman is convinced that her husband is plotting to kill her.
3919"Give Us Our Dream"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Artemise Goertz
January 16, 1950 (1950-01-16)
A widow living in an apartment complex pries into her neighbors' personal affairs.
4020"The Rockingham Tea Set"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Matthew E. Harlib and Worthington Miner
From a story by: Virginia Douglas Dawson
January 23, 1950 (1950-01-23)
A young nurse begins a romance with a spirit.
4121"Father and the Angels"Paul NickellAdapted by: David Shaw
From a story by: William Manners
January 30, 1950 (1950-01-30)
A minister decides to build a new church when his is sandwiched between a firehouse and a brewery.
4222"The Loud Red Patrick"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Ruth McKenney
February 6, 1950 (1950-02-06)
A widower is forced to deal with her daughters' rebellion.
4323"Flowers from a Stranger"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Dorothee Carousso
February 13, 1950 (1950-02-13)
Rebroadcast. A psychiatrist's wife struggles to fight her emotional state when a stranger sends her a box of flowers.
4424"The Wisdom Tooth"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Marc Connelly
February 20, 1950 (1950-02-20)
A shy clerk's inner child encourages him to stand up to his boss and propose to his girlfriend.
4525"The Willow Cabin"Paul NickellAdapted by: Sumner Locke Elliott
From a story by: Pamela Frankau
February 27, 1950 (1950-02-27)
A British actress falls for a married American surgeon.
4626"The Dreams of Jasper Hornby"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Kevin Mullen
March 6, 1950 (1950-03-06)
A gang of robbers search for stolen money left to Jasper Hornby by one of the robboers who died from a gunshot wound.
4727"The Dusty Godmother"Paul NickellAdapted by: Thomas Sugrue
From a story by: Michael Foster
March 13, 1950 (1950-03-13)
When a newspaper editor and his wife get a divorce, the wife is granted full custody of their child.
4828"The Survivors"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner and Milton Wayne
From a story by: Irwin Shaw & Peter Viertel
March 20, 1950 (1950-03-20)
A man returns from the Civil War with the intention of settling a score with his neighbor in a gunfight, but the two soon realize that the laws of the Old West are changing.
4929"Passenger to Bali"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Ellis St. Joseph
March 27, 1950 (1950-03-27)
A freighter captain discovers that the passenger he agreed to look after is not as innocent as he looks.
5030"The Scarlet Letter"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Joseph Liss
From the novel by: Nathaniel Hawthorne
April 3, 1950 (1950-04-03)
In 1642 Boston, a woman is found guilty of adultery and sentenced to wear a scarlet 'A' in shame.
5131"Walk the Dark Streets"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: William Krasner
April 10, 1950 (1950-04-10)
An aging actress is found stabbed to death naked in her hotel room.
5232"Torrents of Spring"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Joseph Liss
From a story by: Ivan Turgenev
April 17, 1950 (1950-04-17)
A man abandons his sweetheart in order to court another woman, only to realize his mistake.
5333"The Horse's Mouth"Paul NickellAdapted by: H.R. Hays
From a story by: Joyce Cary
April 24, 1950 (1950-04-24)
An antisocial painter recently released from prison asks to be paid for his paintings.
5434"Miracle in the Rain"Franklin J. SchaffnerStory by : Ben Hecht
Teleplay by : David Shaw
May 1, 1950 (1950-05-01)
A lonely woman falls for a soldier back from World War II.
5535"A Wreath of Roses"Paul NickellAdapted by: Charles Monroe
From a story by: Elizabeth Taylor
May 8, 1950 (1950-05-08)
A woman steps into a dangerous affair when her husband seems more interested in painting.
5636"The Ambassadors"Franklin J. SchaffnerStory by : Henry James
Teleplay by : Howard Merrill
May 15, 1950 (1950-05-15)
A man finds himself changed by Paris when he goes there to pick up a woman's son.
5737"The Room Upstairs"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Mildred Davis
May 22, 1950 (1950-05-22)
A detective investigates a possible connection between an auto accident involving a prominent citizen's daughter and the body of a young girl found in the river.
5838"The Man Who Had Influence"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Don Mankiewicz
May 29, 1950 (1950-05-29)
A politician's spoiled son is accused of murder.
5939"The Taming of the Shrew"Paul NickellAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From the play by: William Shakespeare
June 5, 1950 (1950-06-05)
In an adaptation of William Shakespeare's play The Taming of the Shrew, the gentleman Petruchio does everything to make the shrew Katherina his bride.
6040"Zone Four"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Worthington Miner
From a story by: Fielder Cook
June 12, 1950 (1950-06-12)
A former OSS officer, now a university teacher, is asked to rejoin when his services are needed in "zone four".
6141"There Was a Crooked Man"Paul NickellAdapted by: Charles Monroe
From a story by: Kelley Roos
June 19, 1950 (1950-06-19)
A fat, jolly, crippled boarding house lodger is found murdered.
6242"My Granny Van"Franklin J. SchaffnerAdapted by: Loren Disney
From a story by: George Sessions Perry and Loren Disney
June 26, 1950 (1950-06-26)
One of twelve siblings is inspired by their grandmother's spirit to become a writer of those less fortunate.

Season 3 (1950-51)[edit]

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21650"The Storm"Matt HarlibStory by: MacIntoch Malmar
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September 14, 1953 (1953-09-14) (September 14, 1953 (1953-09-14))

Terrorized by an intruder, a woman alone discovers a dead body.

Guest stars: Martin E. Brooks, Betty Furness, and Laurence Hugo.

Season 6 (1953-54)[edit]

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26852"The Cliff"Allen ReisnerMichael DyneSeptember 13, 1954 (1954-09-13) (September 13, 1954 (1954-09-13))

After the death of a loved one, someone returns from South America to investigate.

Guest stars: Martin E. Brooks, Marjorie Eaton, and Betty Furness.

Season 7 (1954-55)[edit]

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2691"Twelve Angry Men"Franklin SchaffnerReginald RoseSeptember 20, 1954 (1954-09-20)
Behind close doors view of a jury deciding a defendant's fate. The 1957 Sidney Lumet film 12 Angry Men was based on this teleplay.
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31244"A Terrible Day"Seymour RobbieCarey WilberJuly 18, 1955 (1955-07-18)

A ruthless landowner is terrorizing a small Western town, aided by his hired killers and the cowardice of the local gentry.

Guest stars: Jack Klugman, Royal Beal, Bruce Gordon and Arthur O'Connell.
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31951"Mama's Boy"TBAMel GoldbergSeptember 5, 1955 (1955-09-05) (September 5, 1955 (1955-09-05))

A possessive mother controls her two sons.

Guest stars: Martin E. Brooks, Betty Furness, and Alfred Ryder.
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Season 8 (1955-56)[edit]

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3288"Shakedown Cruise"Franklin J. SchaffnerLoring MandelNovember 7, 1955 (1955-11-07) (November 7, 1955 (1955-11-07))

A Navy crew must organize themselves before the crippled submarine sits on the ocean floor.

Guest stars: Martin E. Brooks, Betty Furness, and Don Hastings.
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35333"The Drop of a Hat"Franklin J. SchaffnerRichard BergMay 7, 1956 (1956-05-07)

The offices of Mode, a glossy women's magazine, is thrown into chaos when the owner suddenly shows up. The editor fears for her job--but who in the office might replace her?

Guest stars: Valerie Bettis, Jayne Meadows, Elizabeth Montgomery, Nina Foch, and George Voskovec.
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35737"The Power"William H. Brown Jr.TBAJune 4, 1956 (1956-06-04)
An adaptation of Frank M. Robinson's novel, The Power.
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44023"A Dead Ringer"Robert StevensJames Hadley Chase, Henry Misrock, Madeline MisrockMarch 10, 1958 (1958-03-10)
A man that looks exactly like him might be able to provide the alibi he needs to eliminate his wife.
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45134"Ticket to Tahiti"David GreeneTBAJune 2, 1958 (1958-06-02)
A widower's dreams of escaping his job and family with a trip to the South Seas fall through when his spoiled irresponsible son asks him for a large sum of money. Bill Gibson (Franchot Tone), Jim Gibson (James MacArthur), Maggie Church (Kim Hunter), Shirley Gibson (Olive Sturgess).
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45639"Man Under Glass"Ron WinstonRichard BergJuly 14 1958 (July 14 1958)
Tension inside the television director's control booth mounts to a breaking point when the television drama spills over into life and death reality. Starring Albert Salmi (Lenny Shank), Jason Robards Sr. (Walter Osgood), Patrick Macnee (Bill Cheever). Includes young Michael Landon (Augie Barone).
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