Famous Jury Trials

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For the precursor radio program version, see Famous Jury Trials (radio program)
Famous Jury Trials
Starring Joyce Randolph
James Bender
Truman Smith
Lenore Aubert
Country of origin  United States
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel DuMont
Original run October 12, 1949 – March 12, 1952

Famous Jury Trials is a dramatized court show that first appeared on radio, followed by television, and then in the movies. The series enjoyed a long, successful run in radio programming from 1936 through 1949, then on television from 1949 through 1952, and finally in a movie in 1971.[1][2] On television, it aired on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network.

Broadcast history[edit]

Famous Jury Trials first aired on October 12, 1949 on DuMont, and was a live dramatized court show [3] with each episode lasting 30 minutes. During the first season, the show aired Wednesdays at 9:30pm EST. During later seasons, the show aired Wednesdays at 9pm EST. The final show aired March 12, 1952.

Joyce Randolph, later on The Honeymooners, was featured along with Lenore Aubert, Truman Smith, and James Bender.[4][5]

Episode status[edit]

No episodes are confirmed to survive, however an episode may possibly exist at the Paley Center for Media.[6]

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