The Eleventh Hour (1962)

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NBC (ended 1964)

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The Eleventh Hour (1962)

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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Television's unusual full-hour dramatic series on NBC Wednesday nights stars Wendell Corey as psychiatrist Dr. Theodore Bassett and Jack Ging as his associate Dr. Paul Graham. The series tells the human stories of people who come to the psychiatrist, through his private practice, through the hospital or through the court of law, seeking help in their hour of last resort. Norman Felton is executive producer, Sam Rolfe is producer.
Ralph Bellamy

Ralph Bellamy

Dr. L. Richard Starke - 1963/64

Wendell Corey

Wendell Corey

Dr. Theodore Bassett - 1962/63

Jack Ging

Jack Ging

Dr. Paul Graham -1962/64/Dr. Paul Graham - 1962/64

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  • The show only lasted two years, but it did break new ground by applying the same ficus that Perry Mason did to law and Dr, Kildare and Ben Casey did to medicine to psychiatry.moreless

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    Set the stage for other psychologically probing shows. Helped push younger viewers into psychiatry as a fulfilling field, as Perry Mason did for law and Dr. Kildare and Ben Casey did for medicine. The cast headed by Wendell Corey and Jack Bing, suplemented by Ralph Bellamy was superb. The scripts may not have aged well, but they were in keeping with the times. But they conveyed the analytical skills that were necessary to diagnose and treat the pschiatric conditions that patients from a variety of circumstances presented. An earlier version of the popular "CSI" series where analytical skills were paramount to solving complex crimes. And what could be more complex than the human brain? Worth a second, if not a first, look.moreless
  • The series on DVD
    Does anyone have copies of this series on DVD? I would love to see the 10/17/62 episode with David Janssen.
    04/05/12
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