Climax! Season 2
Climax! Season 2
First Air Date: September 01, 1955
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2x45 Dark Wall (August 30, 1956)
An extreme form of disassociative reaction to stress in which two or more separate personalities exist. The person may shift from one personality to another, which is often very different. Each personality has no memories of the other's thoughts and actions.
2x44 Throw Away the Cane (August 23, 1956)
2x43 The 78th Floor (August 16, 1956)
2x42 No Right to Kill (August 09, 1956)
2x41 Child of the Wind (August 02, 1956)
2x40 The Man Who Lost His Head (July 26, 1956)
2x39 Fury at Dawn (July 19, 1956)
2x38 Fear is the Hunter (July 12, 1956)
2x37 Phone Call for Matthew Quade (July 05, 1956)
A retired construction firm executive seeks a respite from enforced idleness and oncoming old age. While waiting for a phone call that will confirm or deny his request for a job back at his old firm, Matthew Quade relives his past.
2x36 A Trophy for Howard Davenport (June 28, 1956)
2x35 The Circular Staircase (June 21, 1956)
A middle aged spinster decides to go to the country for the summer with her friend. They end up becoming involved in a murder mystery.
2x34 To Scream at Midnight (June 14, 1956)
2x33 Faceless Adversary (June 07, 1956)
2x32 Figures in Clay (May 31, 1956)
2x31 The Shadow of Evil (May 24, 1956)
2x30 Flame-Out on T-6 (May 17, 1956)
2x29 The Empty Room Blues (May 03, 1956)
2x28 Sit Down with Death (April 26, 1956)
2x27 The Lou Gehrig Story (April 19, 1956)
Baseball's ""Iron Horse,"" whose brilliant career was ended by a terminal illness, and who struggled valiantly against adversity.
2x26 Spin into Darkness (April 05, 1956)
2x25 An Episode of Sparrows (March 29, 1956)
An 11-year old girl whose home has always been the slums, steals a packet of flower seeds from a playmate. In her search for a small bit of earth in which to grow flowers, she is befriended by a youthful gang leader.
2x24 Pale Horse, Pale Rider (March 22, 1956)
A young woman lives in fear that a recurring dream foretells real tragedy. The premonition persists when she falls in love with a young soldier about to leave for overseas duty.
2x23 The Louella Parsons Story (March 08, 1956)
The Louella Parsons story, based on incidents in her autobiography ""The Gay Illiterate"", is a series of flashbacks. Teresa Wright portrays Miss Parson in the drama. As she speaks with the stars the cameras will re-create incidents in her long career. The time span is from the early twenties to 1948. We see Miss Parsons' early days as a newspaper reporter in Chicago. Here she loses her job and departs for New York. In New York she resumes her career, only to be stricken with tuberculosis. When she recovers from her illness, she meets the man who is to become her second husband, and her rise as Hollywood columnist begins. As a climax to tonight's drama, there will be a tribute from the stars of the movie industry.
2x22 The Sound of Silence (March 01, 1956)
A priest becomes involved in murder when the killer confesses his crime to him.
2x21 Nightmare by Day (February 23, 1956)
2x20 The Fifth Wheel (February 09, 1956)
Two sports-minded priests, off for a fishing holiday, become involved with thieves, a stolen car and stolen money!
2x19 Gamble on a Thief (February 02, 1956)
2x18 The Secret of River Lane (January 26, 1956)
2x17 The Hanging Judge (January 12, 1956)
One of the most despised men in the legal profession clings tenaciously to the belief that English law is infallible. Because of his fixation he even stands trial for a murder he did not commit.
2x16 The Prowler (January 05, 1956)
2x15 Bailout at 43,000 Feet (December 29, 1955)
Three men prepare to test the ejector seat of a jet bomber. As they wait for favorable weather conditions, each reacts differently.
2x14 The Day They Gave the Babies Away (December 22, 1955)
While decorating a Christmas tree, narrator Joan Evans recalls the story of the Christmas of her ancestors during the 1860s in Wisconsin. A 12-year old boy becomes the head of his family when both parents die. On Christmas Eve he finds a way to provide homes for his five younger brothers and sisters.
2x13 The Passport (December 08, 1955)
2x12 A Man of Taste (December 01, 1955)
A cultured Englishman, living in Paris, becomes interested in art for purely mercenary reasons. He sponsors a young artist and goes to great lengths to keep his protege's canvases valuable.
2x11 Portrait in Celluloid (November 24, 1955)
Art Shaddick, formerly a writer, now a writer's agent, sits in his gaudy, pretentious office, on the bookcase reposes an Oscar, won by Art for his last picture. That was in 1929. Since then he has gone steadily downhill, shouting all the way. When suddenly a young writer appears with a great script, it is just what Art needs, a golden opportunity to rise again to greatness.
2x10 A Promise to Murder (November 17, 1955)
At his wealthy aunt's insistence, a rising young London barrister submits to having his palm read. The prophecies come true with alarming accuracy.
2x09 Scheme to Defraud (November 10, 1955)
An insurance underwriter and his secretary are both disgruntled over their dull, monotonous routine. They fall in love, and then discover a way to cash in on a $70,000 insurance claim.
2x08 The Pink Cloud (October 27, 1955)
2x07 House of Shadows (October 20, 1955)
2x06 Thin Air (October 13, 1955)
2x05 Sailor on Horseback (September 29, 1955)
2x04 Night of Execution (September 22, 1955)
A mother watches her cruel and destructive husband continually expose their young son to all kinds of violence. Finally she feels she must take steps to save her son from this sinister influence.
2x03 Silent Decision (September 15, 1955)
2x02 Public Pigeon #1 (September 08, 1955)
Cafeteria worker Rusty is cheated by stock swindlers and winds up in jail, but the crooks have to break him out in order to recover their loot, which was stashed in Rusty's safety deposit box.
2x01 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (September 01, 1955)
Huck and Jim once again embark on their adventure-filled trek down the Mississippi .