Barbara Stanwyck Show

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NBC (ended 1961)

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Barbara Stanwyck Show

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The Barbara Stanwyck Show was a dramatic anthology series with Miss Stanwyck as the Hostess/Star. Miss Stanwyck's show was an Edelman-Barwyck-Wright Production; Sponsored by "Your Gas Company" with Executive producer Louis F. Edelman and Producer William H. Wright the shows executives. The filmed teleplays were 30 minutes in length and four of them were pilots for possible series'. "The Seventh Miracle" with Lloyd Nolan; "Dear Charlie" with Milton Berle; "Call Me Annie" with Peggy Cass; and "Big Jake" with Andy Devine. Unfortunately none of them were picked up. Theme for The Barbara Stanwyck Show was written and performed by Earle H. Hagen. Miss Stanwyck's Gowns by Werlé. Barbara Stanwyck won the 1961 EMMY for Outstanding Dramatic Actress in a Television Series. A remarkable series with stellar performances and guest appearances. Another forgotten treasure of the past.

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  • Barbara Stanwyck Show really shows a lot of potential. Unfortunately, the dramatic opening which pulled in until the very end, simply fades out at the end.

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    Barbara Stanwyck Show really shows a lot of potential. Unfortunately, the dramatic opening which pulled in until the very end, simply fades out at the end. It's unfortunate but that's a big problem with many shows on tv today. Great start to pull everyone in but botches it up at the end.

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