Telephone Time Season 3

Season 3

Telephone Time Season 3

First Air Date: September 10, 1957

First Aired on    :   1957
Episodes    :   29 episodes



Episodes

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3x29 Trail Blazer (April 01, 1958)



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3x28 Man of Principle (March 25, 1958)


Hiero II, king of ancient Syracuse, orders a gold crown to be made as an offering to the gods. The gold is delivered to a goldsmith and the man's wife persuades him to substitute silver for some of the gold.


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3x27 The Quality of Mercy (March 11, 1958)



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3x26 War Against War (March 04, 1958)



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3x25 The Vestris (February 25, 1958)


In the spring of 1828, the bark Vestris, is 16 days out enroute from England to Boston. The weather is fair, but the captain's ailing wife suddenly has a vision telling her (in a message written on a blackboard) to have the ship change course. At first the captain refuses, but when the weather changes and his wife becomes sicker, he reluctantly agrees. As a result, they find and rescue three survivors of a shipwreck. One of the three is a doctor, and appears to be the ""spirit"" seen by the wife. He saves her life. As it turns out, the message on the blackboard is in his handwriting. Curiously, the doctor is as puzzled as everyone else by the wife's vision.


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3x24 The Checkered Flag (February 18, 1958)


Story of an unsung racing mechanic who because of a club foot, has never dared to race himself. All he needed was the confidence in himself to succeed. Based on the true story of Bud and Gina Hand.


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3x23 Recipe for Success (February 11, 1958)



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3x22 The Immortal Eye (February 04, 1958)



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3x21 Flight for Life (January 28, 1958)



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3x20 A Stubborn Fool (January 21, 1958)



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3x19 Cavalry Surgeon (January 14, 1958)


The story of a military surgeon who in a moment of crisis has to perform an action repugnant to his very nature. The story of a cavalry skirmish in the Mexican War and of two men who fought with different philosophies and methods toward the same end. One lived heroically and one died a hero.


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3x18 Abby, Julia and the Seven Pet Cows (January 07, 1958)



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3x17 Death of a Nobody (December 31, 1957)



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3x16 A Picture of the Magi (December 24, 1957)



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3x15 The Frying Pan (December 17, 1957)



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3x14 Sam Houston's Decision (December 10, 1957)



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3x13 Novel Appeal (December 03, 1957)


An author frees an innocent man from prison.


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3x12 The Rescue (November 26, 1957)



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3x11 Alice's Wedding Gown (November 19, 1957)



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3x10 I Get Along Without You Very Well (November 12, 1957)


Composer Hoagy Carmichael relates the story of a song inspired by an anonymous poem, I get along without you very well. The year is 1938. Hoagy is asked to write a song to be introduced on Dick Powell's radio show. While going through his files, Hoagy discovers a nearly forgotten poem and promises a melody for it. He remembers little about the source of the poem except that a girl gave it to him at a college sorority party several years before. But the lyricist must grant permission before the music can be cleared for use on the radio. There ensues a desperate nation-wide search, aided by the broadcasts of Walter Winchell to find the author before air time.


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3x09 Arithmetic Sailor (November 05, 1957)



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3x08 The Other Van Gogh (October 29, 1957)



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3x07 Under Seventeen (October 22, 1957)



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3x06 The Man the Navy Couldn't Sink (October 15, 1957)



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3x05 Hole in the Wall (October 08, 1957)



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3x04 The Gadfly (October 01, 1957)



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3x03 Campaign For Marriage (September 24, 1957)



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3x02 Here Lies Francois Gold (September 17, 1957)



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3x01 Revenge (September 10, 1957)


A school teacher from Massachusetts comes to a small western town to marry a young homesteader, but finds that he's been murdered. The jury frees the murderer on a phony plea of self-defense. Determined to see justice done, she decides to stay in town as a constant irritant to the murderer's conscience. She makes him so crazy, he picks a fight with one of his friends and is killed. Dismayed by her own vengefulness, the teacher decides that justice would be better served by true social reform. She campaigns successfully for women to be selected as jurors, which results in the second murderer being convicted and sent to prison.




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