Studio One Anthology
This November, KOCH Vision and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation launch "The Archive of American Television Presents." The inaugural release under this new banner features seventeen hand-picked, digitally re-mastered episodes (never-before-available on home video) from the distinguished “Westinghouse Presents Studio One” series, which ran on CBS from 1948-1958.
A pinnacle of The Golden Age of Television, “Studio One” presented a wide range of memorable dramas and received 18-Emmy nominations (including 5 wins) during its prestigious nine-year run on CBS. Showcasing some of the greatest talents of the era, this anthology series created an enormous impact and is a treasured part of America's broadcasting history.
Twelve Angry Men, Wuthering Heights, 1984, The Arena, June Moon, Dino, Julius Caesar, Pontius Pilate, The Storm, Confessions of a Nervous Man, The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners, Dark Possession, The Death and Life of Larry Benson, The Strike, The Medium, An Almanac of Liberty, and Summer Pavilion.
In this collection are rare performances from Eddie Albert, Art Carney, Robert Cummings, Norman Fell, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Lorne Greene, Charlton Heston, Marsha Hunt, Jack Lemmon, Sal Mineo, Elizabeth Montgomery, Leslie Nielsen, Barbara O’Neil, Lee Remick, and Eva Marie Saint, among many others.
- The Paley Center for Media’s “Studio One Seminar”
- Excerpted interview with director Paul Nickell from The Paley Center for Media’s “Studio One Video History”
- "Voices from the Archive: Studio One" -- related interview footage from the Archive of American Television with first-hand accounts of those who were a part of the series
- Studio One historical overview and rediscovery featurette
- 52-page book featuring written contributions by Gore Vidal, the Archive of American Television and Larry James Gianakos (author of Television Drama Series Programming: A Comprehensive Chronicle)