Shadowed


Burt Stroude is about to be chosen as the party's senatorial candidate. At the same time, he hears from the married woman he'd had an affair with in his youth...
Produced by Dick Powell
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by Mary Synon and Merwin Gerard
First broadcast on June 18, 1953
Stars: Dick Powell, Frances Dee and Tyler McVey

To Whom it May Concern


A bank employee mails a letter to his boss confessing to stealing $7000 and includes the stocks he bought with the money. As he puts a gun to his head, he sees in the paper that the stocks' worth have gone through the roof....
Produced by David Niven
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by Oliver Crawford, Wally Kline and Bob Hannum
First broadcast on June 4, 1953
Stars: David Niven, Martha Wentworth and Ned Glass

Ladies on His Mind


A psychiatrist listens to his female patients go on about their troubles. As they talk, he imagines himself within each of their stories.
Produced by Ronald Coman
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by Milton Merlin
First broadcast on February 26, 1953
Stars: Ronald Colman, Elisabeth Fraser and Hillary Brooke

The Man Who Walked Out on Himself


After separating from his wife, a wealthy clubman is about to marry a much young woman -- whereupon his mirror image walks out on him in disgust.
Produced by Ronald Colman
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by Milton Merlin
First broadcast on March 26, 1953
Stars: Ronald Colman and Francis Pierlot

Man in the Box


An actor who lost his sight returns to the theater and imagines himself in all the male roles.
Produced by Charles Boyer
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by John and Gwen Bagni
First broadcast on February 26, 1953
Stars: Charles Boyer, Harry Bartell and James Craven

Sound Off, My Love


When hard-of-hearing Martha gets a hearing aid she discovers that her husband is cheating on her and intends to kill her.
Produced by Merle Oberon
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by John Bagni and Gwen Bagni
First broadcast on February 12, 1953
Stars: Merle Oberon, Gordon Oliver and Barbara Billingsley

The Man on the Train


David Niven rides the train with a ghost who helps him uncover his killer..
Produced by Produced by David Niven
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by John Bagni and Gwen Bagni
First broadcast on January 15, 1953
Stars: David Niven, Lowell Gilmore, Rhys Williams and Alan Napier

Knockout


A young boxer gets a shot at the title, but learns that the fix is in, and decides to turn the tables on the mobsters.
Produced by Broderick Crawford
Directed by Blake Edwards
Written by Blake Edwards and Robert Wells
First broadcast on January 1, 1953
Stars: Broderick Crawford, Ron Hargrave, Buddy Wright and Ted de Corsia. Leonard Nimoy plays Bulloti's Henchman (uncredited)

Backstage


Charles Boyer saves a woman from jumping off a bridge and after promising to help her surive he loses track of her.
Produced by Charles Boyer
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by Gwen Bagni and John Bagni
First broadcast on November 6, 1952
Stars: Charles Boyer, Marcia Henderson and Hillary Brooke

Dante's Inferno


Dick Powell portrays the owner of a swank restaurant which offers gambling. Trouble arises when a beautiful woman patron insists that she is about to be murdered.(This and subsequent episodes featuring Dick Powell as investigator Willie Dante became the basis for the 1960 series "Dante" with Howard Duff in the lead).
Produced by Four Star Productions
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by Blake Edwards
First broadcast on October 09, 1952.
Stars: Dick Powell, Virginia Grey and Regis Toomey

The Lost Silk Hat


Ronald Colman leaves a home without his silk top hat and must convince a stranger to fetch it for him.
Produced by Ronald Colman
Directed by Robert Florey Written by Ronald Colman, Lord Dunsany and Milton Merlin
First broadcast on October 23, 1952.
Stars: Ronald Colman, Richard Whorf and Jay Novello

My Wife Geraldine


A man learns that he is suspected of murdering his wife, whom he now claims never existed. Produced by Charles Boyer
Directed by Robert Florey
Written by Lawrence B. Marcus
First broadcast on September 25, 1952
Stars: Charles Boyer, Porter Hall, Una Merkel and Noreen Nash