Danger

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CBS (ended 1955)

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Danger was live half-hour dramatic anthology on CBS-TV. The series, with stories focused on characters in peril facing psychological suspense and often murder, was highly regarded for the quality of its stories and productions. Yul Brynner, CBS-TV staff director, headed the directing at the beginning; he brought in friend Sidney Lumet as his assistant director. When Brynner departed after landing the lead in The King and I, Lumet took over and directed some 150 live episodes of the series. Another later-famous film director, John Frankenheimer, took over later when Lumet finally moved to other series. The series employed a number of writers who were "blacklisted" (Walter Bernstein and Abraham Polonsky) who used phony pen names to hide their identities. The initial producer, Martin Ritt, was sacked in 1952 when he became "blacklisted".
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