The Screen Director’s Playhouse refers to the popular 1949 anthology series heard on both the radio and television. It featured Hollywood stars like Fred Astaire and Lucille Ball. The show was initially entitled the Screen Director's Guild Assignment, and later, The NBC Theater, before it became known as The Screen Director’s Playhouse. From its pilot episode, up to its last air date on September 28, 1952, over 100 episodes were produced. Some of the films featured in the series were The Best Years of Our Lives, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, Stagecoach, A Foreign Affair, Music for Millions, The Human Comedy, The Magnificent Obsession, and It's a Wonderful Life.
- Radio Shows
Please enjoy these 119 old time radio episodes:
+ "The Gunfighter". The fastest gun in the West only wants to avoid the next gunfight.
+ "Ghost Breakers". Sponsored by: Anacin, RCA Victor (Chesterfield commercial deleted). Bob is hire...
|06.21.1951||d o a||
+ "D. O. A.". A man is given a slow acting poison. Listen for a Les Paul and Mary Ford record in t...
|06.28.1951||the lady takes a chance|
+ "Only Yesterday". A newlywed's husband goes off to war. The wife has a baby while he's gone, but...
|07.19.1951||remember the night||
+ "Remember The Night". A good comedy/romance about a prosecutor who falls in love with a beautifu...
|07.26.1951||stairway to heaven|
+ "Caged". Sponsored by: RCA Victor, Chesterfield, Anacin. A well-done drama of women in prison. Yo...
|08.16.1951||the ghost and mrs muir|
|08.23.1951||the velvet touch|
|08.30.1951||mother was a freshman|
+ "Broken Arrow". Sponsored by: Anacin, RCA Victor. Too often in American pictures the American Ind...
|09.21.1951||no man of her own|