Kraft Television Theatre

Season 10 Episode 39

Nothing Personal

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Jun 19, 1957 on NBC
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Nothing Personal
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Kraft begins its summer series with a story of a couple whose marriage is on the rocks. The husband schemes to win her back by using unusual and desperate methods. A pair of young newlyweds come to his aid.

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      • There was much time to kill this week. During the end credits, announcer Ed Herlihy goes over the highlights of each actor's resume as their names appear. Robert Preston appears as himself to plug next week's episode. Herlihy then does a live PSA for US Savings Bonds (paying 3.25% interest). That's followed by the announcer talking at great length about how Kraft Television Theatre is the oldest series on TV, the types of plays they've produced, and how the audience response is important.

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      • Also listed in the episode's onscreen end credits, but unable to categorize here: "Film Technical Director"-Nat Schuchman.

      • The cast was made up of mostly Kraft veterans. According to the voice-over during the credits, this was Marcel Hillaire's 11th appearance, Lawrence Weber's 10th, William Duell's 9th, Sue Randall's 3rd, and the 2nd for Nina Foch and Robert Preston.

      • During its summer run of shows, Kraft Television Theatre plans to showcase up-and-coming performers in supporting roles. This week, young Larry Hagman makes his live television debut.

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