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Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! This page really should be in the OTR section also. Reviewer: Poe - favorite favorite favorite - August 6, Subject:. These are good shows, but the sound is brutal. If you can get past that, you'll find some outstanding 50s scifi. Three stars only thanks to the sound.

Tales Of Tomorrow

Drama Mystery Thriller. Live plays featuring people who were in dangerous and threatening situations. Science Fiction Theatre — Drama Sci-Fi. Lights Out — Horror Mystery Sci-Fi.

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Drama Sci-Fi Horror. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Leslie Nielsen Ginny Walker 4 episodes, Vera Massey Virginia 4 episodes, Edith Fellows Susan 4 episodes, Walter Abel Doctor Allen 4 episodes, Nancy Coleman Announcer 3 episodes, Thomas Mitchell Gordon Kent 3 episodes, Joseph Anthony Arthur Fulbright 3 episodes, Brian Keith Russell 2 episodes, Rod Steiger Vanya 2 episodes, Franchot Tone Martenson 2 episodes, Paul Tripp Sam Whipple 2 episodes, Martin Brandt Professor Adrian Sykes 2 episodes, Raymond Bailey Congressman Burns 2 episodes, Stephen Elliott Lippitt 2 episodes, Henry Jones Irwin 2 episodes, Ruth Enders Edythe 2 episodes, Robert Middleton John Borrow 2 episodes, John Newland Victor Frankenstein 2 episodes, Robert Patten Bill 2 episodes, Ed Peck Michael 2 episodes, John McGovern Henry Marco 2 episodes, John S.

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Swede 2 episodes, Eddie Hyans Slay 2 episodes, Bethel Leslie The Girl 2 episodes, Rex Marshall Edit Storyline Anthology series featuring both classic and modern sci-fi themes. Language: English. Production Co: George F.

Runtime: 25 min 84 episodes. Sound Mix: Mono.

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Color: Black and White. Edit Did You Know? An urban legend states that Chaney was intoxicated during the live TV broadcast, due to his heavy drinking. In the broadcast which is available on YouTube , Chaney is handed a chair - but instead of smashing it, he sets it down, and shouts "Break! However, Chaney later explained in an interview that he was not drunk. Before the broadcast, he had spent four hours in the makeup chair, having his monster makeup applied. When the performance started, Chaney assumed it was a dress rehearsal, and thus, did not break the chair when it was handed to him.

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Between scenes, the director informed Chaney that the broadcast was happening live, so in subsequent scenes, Chaney didn't hold back and freely broke pieces of the set. In total it ran for eighty-five minute episodes. The idea for this science fiction television series was developed by Theodore Sturgeon and Mort Abrahams , together with the membership of the Science Fiction League of America.

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The original title was planned as Tomorrow is Yours. Tales of Tomorrow was the first dramatized showcase for several authors, including Arthur C. Weinbaum "The Miraculous Serum". The show was intended for adults; at the time, most science fiction productions were targeted to children. For the first few months, Tales of Tomorrow alternated the to 10pm ET timeslot with Versatile Varieties , which had its last broadcast on December 14, While the television version of Tales of Tomorrow was still being produced in , ABC decided to try a radio version.

The radio show ran from January 1 to April 9, The radio series was not successful. After only a few episodes, on February 26 it moved to CBS for the remainder of its episode run. A few years after its cancellation, the radio series X Minus One a revival of Dimension X debuted, sharing a similar relationship with Galaxy Science Fiction.