Alcoa Theatre

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NBC (ended 1960)

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Alcoa Theatre was an anthology series from Television's Golden Era. This show had a variety of different names. Alcoa Theatre Turn of Fate (57-58) Goodyear TV Playhouse and Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre. Alcoa Theatre won an Emmy in 1958 as Best Dramatic Series.

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  • Sponsored by ALCOA

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    Alcoa proudly has a long tradition of providing customers with the finest aluminum in the world.



    From 1957 to 1960, NBC presented Alcoa Theatre, an anthology series of a higher caliber, starring some of Hollywood's finest actors and actresses in some of

    the greatest performances ever produced.



    Another 1950s success story on broadcast TV was It's

    News to Me. Sponsored by Alcoa, this innovative news

    quiz show was hosted by the great John Daly and featured three panelists who answered the week's top

    stories making headlines in the mainstream media correctly.



    It was no wonder It's News to Me was CBS's highest rated primetime news quiz.moreless
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