Playhouse 90

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CBS (ended 1960)

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Playhouse 90

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The most ambitious and acclaimed of all the anthology series', Playhouse 90 was in a league of its own. "Requiem of a Heavyweight," written by Rod Serling, garnered numerous Emmys and remains one of the best live dramas. Each week the series aired a complete 90 minute live drama. The list of talents is amazing: John Frankenheimer, Arthur Hiller, John Brahm, Arthur Penn were a few of the directors. Every angle and every shot left an impact on the viewing public. It was a treasure of a show, that rare gem that lives on.
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  • One of the greatest TV shows ever produced.

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    The 1950's had the greastest TV shows ever produced, and Playhouse 90 was without any doubt one of the greatest shows of the 1950s. With great such writers and directors like Rod Serling and Arthur Miller to name a few, it produced some of the most memorable episodes ever to be shown on television, and some of them were even made into major motion pictures. This show was unquestionably the very model of quality television. It became one of my parents' favorite programs. I personally hope that they put its episodes out on DVD real soon. It is one of the best.moreless
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Drama

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Classics, 50s