NET Playhouse

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NET Playhouse
Genre Anthology
Written by John Wheatcroft
Jean Shepherd
David Silver
Arthur Barron
Lane Slate
Directed by Fred Barzyk
Arthur Barron
Lane Slate
Marc Daniels
Starring Rene Auberjonois
Roscoe Lee Browne
Johnny Cash
Frank Langella
George Montgomery
Jack Palance
Jon Voight
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 8
No. of episodes 27
Production
Executive producer(s) Curtis W. Davis
Jac Venza
Cinematography Boyd Estus
Broadcast
Original channel NET (1966-1970)
PBS (1970-1974)
Audio format Monaural
Original run December 2, 1966 (1966-12-02) – May 17, 1974 (1974-05-17)
External links
Website

NET Playhouse is an American dramatic television anthology series produced by National Educational Television (NET). NET subsequently merged with WNDT Newark, New Jersey to form WNET and was superseded by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).

Episode list[edit]

  1. An Enemy of the People (December 2, 1966)
  2. A Sleep of Prisoners (December 9, 1966)
  3. Ofoeti (December 16, 1966)
  4. Past Intruding (May 15, 1967)
  5. Benito Cereno (May 28, 1967)
  6. Duke Ellington - A Concert of Sacred Music (June 16, 1967)
  7. An Evening Journey to Conway Massachusetts (November 3, 1967)
  8. The Importance of Being Earnest (November 10, 1967)
  9. Infancy and Childhood (December 15, 1967)
  10. Home (February 11, 1968)
  11. The Prodigal (May 1, 1969)
  12. Story Theatre (May 15, 1969)
  13. Let Me Hear You Whisper (May 22, 1969)
  14. Harriet (February 6, 1970)
  15. Charles Dickens (February 13, 1970)
  16. America, Inc. (February 20, 1970)
  17. The World of Kurt Weill (March 1, 1970)
  18. They Have Taken Over (April 17, 1970)
  19. Helen Hayes Remembers (October 11, 1970)
  20. A Scent of Flowers (October 15, 1970)
  21. The Sand Castle (November 19, 1970)
  22. The Tape Recorder (November 19, 1970)
  23. They (March 25, 1971)
  24. Trail of Tears (April 8, 1971)
  25. The Wright Brothers (June 24, 1971)
  26. Foul! (November 26, 1971)
  27. Actor's Choice (November 26, 1971)
  28. Portrait of the Hero as a Young Man (May 17, 1974)

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