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Campbell Playhouse  HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Series / Drama
Original Title: Campbell Playhouse
Duration: 30min
Video type: TV Series
Series cast summary:
Parker Fennelly Parker Fennelly 3 episodes, 1954
James Dean James Dean - Hank Bradon / - 2 episodes, 1953
Don Hanmer Don Hanmer - Mickey 2 episodes, 1953-1954
Kristine Miller Kristine Miller 2 episodes, 1952-1953
Margaret Hayes Margaret Hayes 2 episodes, 1953-1954
Georgann Johnson Georgann Johnson 2 episodes, 1953-1954
Elliott Reid Elliott Reid 2 episodes, 1953-1954
James Gregory James Gregory 2 episodes, 1953
Henry Hull Henry Hull 2 episodes, 1954
Patty McCormack Patty McCormack 2 episodes, 1954
Van Dyke Parks Van Dyke Parks 2 episodes, 1954
Morton Stevens Morton Stevens - Judge 2 episodes, 1954
Joseph Sweeney Joseph Sweeney - School Superintendent 2 episodes, 1954
Robert Rockwell Robert Rockwell - Barry Johnson 2 episodes, 1952
Cesar Romero Cesar Romero - Attorney 1 episode, 1952
Ruth Warrick Ruth Warrick 1 episode, 1952
Susan Douglas Rubes Susan Douglas Rubes - Noli 1 episode, 1953
Cameron Mitchell Cameron Mitchell 1 episode, 1952
Frances Rafferty Frances Rafferty - Virginia Johnson 1 episode, 1952
Ann Rutherford Ann Rutherford - Attorney's Wife 2 episodes, 1952
George Pembroke George Pembroke - Mr. Kettredge 1 episode, 1952
Robert Middleton Robert Middleton - Sloane 1 episode, 1953
Frank Maxwell Frank Maxwell - Lou 1 episode, 1953
Peter Gumeny Peter Gumeny - The Policeman 1 episode, 1953
Nan Boardman Nan Boardman 2 episodes, 1952
Connie Cezon Connie Cezon 1 episode, 1952
Jorja Curtright Jorja Curtright 1 episode, 1952
Byron Foulger Byron Foulger 2 episodes, 1952

This show first appeared in the summer of 1952 (June to August) as a summer replacement for The Aldrich Family (1949). All of the episodes were filmed, and were broadcast on NBC on Friday evenings between 9:30 and 10:00 p.m. Eastern time.

In 1953, The Aldrich Family (1949) was cancelled, and was last shown in May. This show, renamed "Campbell Summer Soundstage", became a permanent replacement beginning in July 1953, and continuing to May 1954. The format changed with the shows being broadcast live from New York City. The show was broadcast on NBC on Friday evenings between 9:30 and 10:00 p.m. Eastern time.

On June 4, 1954, the name was changed to "Campbell Summer Soundstage", and the format reverted to film. Many of the shows were episodes that had been shown on The Ford Television Theatre (1952). These broadcasts continued until September 1954 on NBC on Friday nights between 9:30 and 10:00 p.m. Eastern time, until the show was replaced by Dear Phoebe (1954).