Colgate Theatre
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Colgate Theatre
Colgate Theatre
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes50
Production
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkNBC
Original release4 July 1949 -
7 October 1958

Colgate Theatre is a 30-minute dramatic television anthology series telecast on NBC during 1949 and 1958 for a total of 50 episodes in two different formats.

  • The first edition, a live television anthology, was telecast on Sunday nights at 8:30 p.m. ET through the summer of 1950.
  • The second series airing on Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET consisted of filmed TV pilots of unsold series,[1] and was a last-minute replacement for the quiz show Dotto, which ended August 12, 1958 due to accusations that it was rigged. Colgate Theatre served as a filler for the sponsor until The George Burns Show premiered on October 14, 1958. Bill Goodwin was host for the 1958 series.[2]

Selected Episodes

  • Mr. and Mrs. North (4 July 1949)
  • Vic and Sade: Part 1 (11 July 1949)
  • Vic and Sade: Part 2 (18 July 1949)
  • Vic and Sade: Part 3 (25 July 1949)
  • O'Brien (13 November 1949)
  • Adventures of a Model (19 August 1958)
  • The Last Marshal, starring James Craig (26 August 1958)
  • Tonight in Havana (2 September 1958)
  • Strange Counsel [Mr. Tutt] (9 September 1958)
  • The Fountain of Youth (16 September 1958) directed by Orson Welles
  • MacGreedy's Woman (23 September 1958)
  • Welcome to Washington/The Claudette Colbert Show (30 September 1958) written by Inez Asher
  • If You Knew Tomorrow (7 October 1958)

Notable Guest Stars

See also

References

  1. ^ Terrace, Vincent (2011). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010. McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-7864-6477-7. P. 199.
  2. ^ "Bill Goodwin, 47, Announcer on Radio, Dies". Chicago Tribune. May 10, 1958. Retrieved 2015.

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