oh , sorry. but, didn't you see the snippets from the book? anyway..
something else. That Kraft mystery thing is surely a mystery!! There is this episode in youtube "Shadow of Man" which has the credits of Suspense Theatre. I looked it up, and it seems it was the pilot of the series.
But then, i have it with the opening credits of Kraft Mystery! It seems it was reused for episode 1 of Season 3 of that series!!
Why do they confuse us with episodes interchanging between series?? hehe By the way, that episode was scored by Goldsmith.
Wow. What a Time Machine journey. I certainly didn't expect when I got up this morning that before retiring I'd be able to get a glimpse of shows from ALCOA PREMIERE. Thank you! I can't say I recall THE BROKEN YEAR, but I vividly recall PEOPLE NEED PEOPLE, and every word of Fred's introductory/closing remarks -- it was the very first ALCOA PREMIERE. They were putting their best foot forward, and I think this first show was very well received. (Being television, naturally, it was hard to maintain that quality over an entire season, but I'd say ALCOA was better than average.) If memory serves, they kept the momentum going with the second episode being THE FUGITIVE EYE, starring Charlton Heston at the height of his movie career, a real coup for ALCOA. He plays an Irishman temporarily blinded -- hence the title -- and to this day I can still hum Johnny Williams' lilting Irish folklike theme for this episode. Of the titles I've seen listed here, some I recall by name, and others don't ring a bell at the moment. It would be very interesting, in a historical/sociological sense, to see HOUR OF THE BATH again, it being a story about a Yank in Vietnam, produced before most Americans had ever heard of that country.