1953

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    Life with Elizabeth

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    Life with Elizabeth

    Elizabeth and Alvin are a married couple who live an ordinary suburban life, but inevitably managed to get into predicaments. At the end of most predicaments, Alvin, in variable degrees of frustration, would say, “I shall leave you now, Elizabeth” and would walk out of sight. The announcer would say, “Elizabeth, aren’t you ashamed?” She would slowly nod, but then, with a slightly devilish grin, would vigorously shake her head to indicate she wasn’t.

    Life with Elizabeth was an American sitcom airing in syndication from October 7, 1953 to September 1, 1955. It starred Betty White as Elizabeth and Del Moore as her husband Alvin; Jack Narz wa the on-camera announcer and narrator.

    The low-budget comedy was produced by and filmed at a local Los Angeles TV station where White and Moore were on the staff. Betty White received her first Primetime Emmy Award for her work on this series.

    $48.00
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    The Life Of Riley

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    The Life Of Riley

    Riley worked in an aircraft plant in California, but viewers usually saw him at home, cheerfully disrupting life with his malapropisms and ill timed intervention into minor problems.

    $40.00$56.00
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    City Detective

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    City Detective

    Crime drama starring Rod Cameron as 43-year-old Bart Grant, a tough 1950s New York City police lieutenant.

    $48.00
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    The Man Behind the Badge

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    The Man Behind the Badge

    The Man Behind the Badge is the title of a half-hour American television police drama series which aired on the CBS from 1953-1955 starring and hosted by character actor Charles Bickford. Years later, Bickford appeared as one of the owners of Shiloh Ranch in the NBC western series, The Vrginian.

    In its first season, The Man Behind the Badge aired on Sundays at 9:30 p.m. EST opposite ABC’s Jukebox Jury.

    $56.00$72.00
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    Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents

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    Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents

    Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents, is a 1950s syndicated anthology series hosted and occasionally starring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. The series offered Buster Keaton in his first dramatic role in the episode entitled “The Awakening”. British actor Christopher Lee appeared in varied role in thirteen episodes, including “Destination Milan”. The program aired from 7 January 1953 to 11 February 1957 for a total of 117 episodes. Fairbanks himself starred in forty-eight episodes. In Melbourne, Australia the series was aired under the title Chesebrough Ponds Playhouse.

    $48.00$60.00
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    I Led Three Lives

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    I Led Three Lives

    I Led Three Lives is an American drama series which was syndicated by Ziv Television Programs from October 1, 1953 to January 1, 1956. The series stars Richard Carlson. The show was a companion piece of sorts to the radio drama I Was a Communist for the FBI, which dealt with a similar subject and was also syndicated by Ziv from 1952 to 1954.

    $56.00
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    Lash of the West

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    Lash of the West

    Short-lived kids’ series found Lash La Rue, as his U.S. Marshal alter-ego, sitting in his office recounting tales of the old west involving his grandfather. These tales were represented by extracts from La Rue’s western movies made after WWII for Ron Ormond and Western Adventures, Inc., the precursor of Howco Productions, who also made this show. As the series episodes lasted only 15 minutes, the material from each movie stretched over several episodes, giving the series a serial-like quality. The series aired on ABC on Sunday night at 6:30 p.m Eastern time from January 4, 1953 to April 26, 1953.

    $25.00
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    The Motorola Television Hour

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    The Motorola Television Hour

    The Motorola Television Hour is an hour-long anthology series which alternated bi-weekly with The United States Steel Hour on ABC. The show premiered on November 3, 1953 and was last aired on June 1, 1954. It was sponsored by Motorola.

    $64.00
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    Money From Home (1953)

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    Money From Home (1953)

    Herman owes a lot of gambling debts. To pay them off, he promises the mob he’ll fix a horse, so that it does not run. He intends to trick his animal-loving cousin, Virgil, an apprentice veterinarian, into helping him. Of course, he doesn’t tell Virgil what he is really up to. Mistaken identities are assumed, while along the way, Virgil meets a female vet and Herman falls for the owner of the horse. Goons and mobsters are also lurking around; so beware!

    $15.00
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    Easy to Love (1953)

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    Easy to Love (1953)

    Two men vie for the heart of a Cypress Gardens swimming star.

    $15.00
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    El niño y la niebla (1953)

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    El niño y la niebla (1953)

    The Boy and the Fog (Spanish: El Niño y la niebla) is a 1953 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.

    $15.00
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    Bad for Each Other (1953)

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    Bad for Each Other (1953)

    A doctor returned from the Korean War must choose between setting up a glamorous practice and helping the poor.

    $15.00
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