Cameo Theatre (1950) - Watch Online.

Genres Drama    
Writers Rod Coneybeare
Shirley Jackson (episode "Lottery, The")
Abby Mann
Agnes Nixon
Mort Thaw
Ellen M. Violett (episode "Lottery, The")
Country USA
Language English
Runtime USA:30 min
Plot Produced by 'Albert McCleery' (qv), NBC's _"Cameo Theatre" (1950)_ (qv) was a live dramatic anthology series that ran in various time slots from 1950 to 1955. With minimal props and sets, _"Cameo Theatre" (1950)_ (qv) borrowed the concept of intimate theater-in-the-round, popularized by influential producer-director 'Margo Jones' (1912-1955) during the years 1947 to 1955 at her Dallas theater; the first U.S. professional arena theater, it also pioneered the use of closed-circuit television so actors waiting offstage for their cues could see what was happening on the stage. While live television dramas were often limited by camera placement, McCleery solved the problem by eliminating all large scenery or backdrops on his _"Cameo Theatre" (1950)_ (qv). Since the background was solid black, camera operators had total freedom and could easily move about in the darkness to pick up any close shot or unusual angle as directed. Thus, the emphasis was on the actors and close-up characterizations, seen without distractions. The series did both originals and adaptations, including a three-part adaptation of 'Henrik Ibsen' (qv)'s "Peer Gynt." Premiering 16 May 1950 with 'Arthur Miller''s "It Takes a Thief," the series began as a summer replacement for the second half hour of _"Four Star Revue" (1950)_ (qv) and aired until 27 September 1950. The second season ran from 18 June 1951 to 6 August 1951. In 1952, it was a midseason replacement on Sundays for _"Leave It to the Girls" (1949)_ (qv), airing from 6 January 1952 until 13 April 1952. The final season was 3 July 1955 to 21 August 1955.... search for Cameo Theatre on IMDb

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  • Cameo Theatre (TV Series 1950–1955) - IMDb

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  • Cameo Theatre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Cameo Theatre is an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from 1950 to 1955. Contents 1 Television in the round 2 Story sources 3 Summer replacements 4 References 5 External links Television in the round Albert McCleery at the Internet Movie Database

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cameo_Theatre

  • "Cameo Theatre" (1950)

    With Claire Luce, Ernest Truex, Douglass Montgomery, Judy Parrish. Live dramatic plays presented in the round with minimal props, scenery and costumes.

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  • Cameo Theatre - ShareTV

    Follow Cameo Theatre on ShareTV. Never miss another episode! Find out when the next new episode airs, get show updates and episode/character guides (0 fans) ... In 1950, the show was broadcast from June to August as a summer replacement for the second half hour of "Four Star Revue" ...

    http://sharetv.com/shows/cameo_theatre

  • Cameo Theatre in Newark, NJ - Cinema Treasures

    Cameo Theatre. 81 Elizabeth Avenue, Newark, NJ 07108. Closed. 1 screen. 966 seats. 2 people favorited this theater ... Managed by Eddie Steinberg briefly in the early-1950’s. When he took over, it had been closed as a movie theater.

    http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/10851

  • Cameo Theatre - YIFY TV Series Torrent Download - YIFY Movies

    Cameo Theatre (1950) Drama. Cameo Theatre was an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from 1950 to 1955.

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    Cameo Theatre was an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from 1950 to 1955.

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  • Cameo Theatre - San Antonio, TX - Arts & entertainment | Facebook

    The opening performance of the Cameo Theatre's staging of "Big River" was a little rough vocally in spots, but was entertaining overall. Neil Redfield is an engaging presence as Huckleberry Finn, a... Like · Comment · Share. Cameo Theatre. 12 July.

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    Cameo Theatre was an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from 1950 to 1955.

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  • Cameo Theatre in Syracuse, NY - Cinema Treasures

    The Cameo Theatre was already operating in 1928. The Cameo Theatre is listed in the 1950 Film Daily Yearbook with 1,020 seats.

    http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/44013

  • Watch Cameo Theatre Online - tvDuck.com

    Full Show Summary: Produced by Albert McCleery, NBC's "Cameo Theatre" (1950) was a live dramatic anthology series that ran in various time slots from 1950 to 1955.

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  • Cameo Theatre - crackflix

    Cameo Theatre (1950) Drama; Cameo Theatre was an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from 1950 to 1955.

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    Cameo Theatre (1950) Drama. Cameo Theatre was an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from 1950 to 1955.

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  • Cameo Theatre | Archive of American Television

    Cameo Theatre was an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from 1950 to 1955. The live series, produced by Albert McCleery, introduced to television the concept of theater-in-the-round, which had been well established and popularized since 1947 by Margo ...

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  • Watch Cameo Theatre 1950 online - MediaBang

    Live dramatic plays presented in the round with minimal props, scenery and costumes. Genres: Drama IMDB: 0.0 Runtime: 30 min Actors: Claire Luce, Ernest Truex, Douglass Montgomery, Judy Parrish Released: 16 May 1950

    http://www.mediabang.org/watch-582782-cameo-theatre

  • Cameo Theatre (1950)

    Cameo Theatre (1950) Drama; Cameo Theatre was an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from 1950 to 1955.

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  • Cameo Theatre - Series - TV Tango

    Cameo Theatre Premiered: May 16, 1950 (Click date to see TV listings for that day) Network: NBC; Category: Series; Genre: Drama; Type: Live Action; Concept: Subject Matter: Anthology; Tags: Buy This Show on DVD or Watch Online. No DVDs Available (That We Know Of)

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  • CTVA US Anthology - "Cameo Theatre" (NBC)(1950-55)

    ##### Cameo Theatre ##### ##### season 1 1950 ##### ##### 1.01 [--] Cameo Theatre: IT TAKES A THIEF. 16May50. written by Arthur Miller. starring. Jack Hartley. Marjorie Gateson . 1.02 [--] Cameo Theatre: THE GREAT MERLINI. 23May50. starring.

    http://ctva.biz/US/Anthology/CameoTheatre.htm

  • Cameo Theatre - Season 1, Episode 5: The Lottery - TV.com

    Watch Cameo Theatre - Season 1, ... "The Lottery" was adapted for television by Ellen M. Violett and broadcast in the Cameo Theatre series in 1950; Violett's script is collected in Best Television Plays 1950-51 (anth 1952) ed William I. Kauffman. ALLUSIONS (0) ...

    http://www.tv.com/shows/cameo-theatre/the-lottery-1179238/

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