Target (American TV series)

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Target is a 30-minute American television anthology series produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. for first-run syndication. A total of 38 episodes were aired in 1958.[1]

Target
GenreDramatic anthology
Presented byAdolphe Menjou
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes38[1]
Production
Production companiesZiv Television Programs, Inc.
Release
Original networkSyndication
Original releaseMarch 1958 (1958-03) –
1958 (1958)

The show was hosted by Adolphe Menjou. Guest stars included Angie Dickinson, Dyan Cannon, Gene Barry, Macdonald Carey, Frances Bavier, Bonita Granville, Cesare Romero, Hugh Marlowe, and Lee Van Cleef, as well as Howard Duff, Kent Taylor, Hans Conried, Marie Windsor, and Lon Chaney Jr.[1]

EpisodesEdit

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1"Breaking Point"William CastleLee Goldberg1958 (1958)
2"Police Doctor"Henry S. KeslerLeonard Freeman1958 (1958)
3"Turn Of The Tide"Otto LangeStory by : Peter Packer
Teleplay by : Jack Harvey
1958 (1958)
4"Edge Of Terror"Eddie DavisJohn Kneubuhl and Douglas Morrow1958 (1958)
5"Payment In Full"Henry S. KeslerStuart Jerome1958 (1958)
6"Storm Of Violence"Sutton RoleyIrving H. Cooper and Helen Cooper1958 (1958)
7"Five Hours To Live"Jack HerzbergArnold Belgard1958 (1958)
8"The Last Stop"Eddie DavisStory by : Henry S. Kesler
Teleplay by : Stuart Jerome
1958 (1958)
9"Man On A Bike"Eddie DavisWilliam Driskill1958 (1958)
10"The Tattoo Artist"Paul LandresHendrik Vollaerts1958 (1958)
11"Bandit's Cave"Eddie DavisStory by : Raymond L. Bartos and Jim Byrnes
Teleplay by : Henry Sharp
1958 (1958)
12"Backfire"Jack HerzbergGeroge Callahan1958 (1958)
13"Assassin"David FriedkinMorton S. Fine and David Friedkin1958 (1958)
14"Deadly Deception"Eddie DavisJerry Davis and Leonard Heideman1958 (1958)
15"Taps For The General"Otto LangDavid Victor and Herbert Little Jr.1958 (1958)
16"Retribution"Eddie DavisStory by : Vernon E. Clark
Teleplay by : Don Brinkley
1958 (1958)
17"Murder Is A Bottomless Well"Henry S. KeslerGeorge and Gertrude Fass1958 (1958)
18"So Deathly Quiet"Otto LangFrederick Louis Fix1958 (1958)
19"Winner Loses All"Henry S. KeslerStory by : Paul Winston
Teleplay by : Stuart Jerome and Joel Rapp
1958 (1958)
20"Once Too Often"Jack HerzbergHendrik Vollaerts1958 (1958)
21"Grudge Fight"Henry S. KeslerRaphael Hayes1958 (1958)
22"Fateful Decision"Eddie DavisCharles B. Smith1958 (1958)
23"Night Without Morning"Eddie DavisFrancis Rosenwald and Marianne Mosner1958 (1958)
24"Unreasonable Doubt"Christian NybyRobert J. Shaw1958 (1958)
25"Death Has Many Faces"Dane ClarkDavid Evans1958 (1958)
26"Turmoil"George More O'FerrallLazlo Gorog1958 (1958)
27"Death By The Clock"Sutton RoleyStory by : Sutton Roley
Teleplay by : Vincent Forte and Charles B. Smith
1958 (1958)
28"The Clean Kill"George More O'FerrallPeggy Chantler Dick and Frederick Louis Fox1958 (1958)
29"The Unknown"William ConradStory by : Sutton Roley
Teleplay by : Charles B. Smith
1958 (1958)
30"Piano To Thunder Springs"Lloyd BridgesMorton S. Fine and David Friedkin1958 (1958)
31"Death Makes A Phone Call"Tom GriesLee E. Wells1958 (1958)
32"Temporary Escape"Terence FisherStory by : Alice Lent Covert
Teleplay by : Bill Barrett
1958 (1958)
33"On Cue"Sutton RoleyStory by : Rose Simon Kohn
Teleplay by : Lee E. Wells
1958 (1958)
34"Four Against Three Million"Bernard KnowlesLorenzo Semple Jr.1958 (1958)
35"The Thirteenth Juror"John FloreaStory by : Vincent Forte
Teleplay by : Eustace Cockrell and Lee E. Wells
1958 (1958)
36"Lost Indentity"Robert LynnLee Berg1958 (1958)
37"Money-Go-Round"Sutton RoleyLorenzo Semple Jr., Charles B. Smith, and Lee E. Wells1958 (1958)
38"Counterfeit Coin"Victor StoloffRoscoe C. Thomas1958 (1958)
39"The Jewel Thief"Eddie DavisStory by : Jerry Aldelman
Teleplay by : Stanley Niss
1958 (1958)
40"I Owe You"William CastleMel Goldberg and Jack Laird1958 (1958)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Tim Brooks; Earle Marsh (2003). "Target (Dramatic Anthology)". The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946–Present (Eighth ed.). New York: Ballantine Books. p. 1172. ISBN 978-0-345-45542-0.

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