Kraft Television Theatre

Season 10 Episode 40

The Curly-Headed Kid

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Jun 26, 1957 on NBC
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The Curly-Headed Kid
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A young hitchhiker is picked up in a small town on suspicion of robbery and murder. A headline-seeking columnist takes up his cause for publicity and eventually gets the kid freed. Having relished the attention, the teen decides to make another headline for himself.

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      • The story is introduced by columnist and author Jim Bishop with a few words about reporters. He also comes back afterward to champion their important role in freedom.

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      • In the opening voice-over mentioning the star, Warren Beatty is billed as "Introducing" by announcer Ed Herlihy.

      • Either by design or late editing, the script for this episode clearly ran short. Writer Bishop was brought in to add an introduction and closing comments that added no illumination to the story. The onscreen end credits crawled by at a snails pace, and star Raymond Massey was brought out at the close to read (poorly) promos for the next two weeks worth of episodes.

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