biography

Born Vera Ralston in Boise City, Oklahoma, on August 23, 1929, actress Vera Miles was raised in Kansas. Her preacher father abandoned the family in 1941. A beautiful teenager, she was crowned Miss Kansas in 1948 and placed third in the Miss America contest of that same year. Miles was spotted for films while a Miss America contestant, and she was signed by Howard Hughes to a contract which quickly fizzled. Soon after her arrival in Hollywood, the young actress married photographer and stuntman Bob Miles, and she enrolled at UCLA with the hopes of becoming a teacher. The couple began a family, with daughters born in 1950 and 1952; to help support the family, Vera Miles began modeling and taking small acting roles. Her first credited film role came in the low-budget drama For Men Only (1952; with Paul Henreid and Russell Johnson), released by Lippert Pictures. She was also cast in her first starring role that same year in the Monogram Pictures romance The Rose Bowl Story (1952; with Marshall Thompson and Keith Larsen). She also found a lot of work on television into the mid 1950s. In 1954, Miles was cast in Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1955; with Gordon Scott and Peter van Eyck), and at about this time her marriage to Bob Miles ended in divorce. Having met Gordon Scott on the set of the Tarzan film, the couple fell in love and eventually married in 1956. At precisely this point, Miles' career was hot and she was poised for stardom, being cast in the high-profile films The Searchers (1956; with John Wayne and Jeffrey Hunter) and the Alfred Hitchcock noir The Wrong Man (1956; with Henry Fonda and Anthony Quayle).

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LEFT: With Jeff Morrow in a 1960 issue of The Playgoer. RIGHT: Glamorous photo from the mid 1950s

After seeing her on a 1954 episode of Medic, Hitchcock was so taken with Vera Miles that he signed her to a three-film-per-year contract and starred her in The Wrong Man and then loaned her out to star in the Paramount biopic Beau James (1957; with Bob Hope and Darren McGavin). Miles was the first actress that Hitchcock signed to a contract, and he wished to use her in place of Grace Kelly, who had married and abandoned her career. The contract that Miles signed was highly restrictive; for example, Hitchcock would not allow her to be publicly photographed with husband Gordon Scott or her two daughters. Miles was originally cast in the lead role in Vertigo (1958), but she became pregnant with her third child and could not do the film, which incensed Hitchcock. However, he continued to use Miles in television and film, casting her as Lila Crane in Psycho (1960; with Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, and John Gavin).

With their busy careers, Miles' marriage to Gordon Scott collapsed, and they divorced in 1960. Just months later, Miles remarried, this time to actor Keith Larsen, and the couple welcomed a son in 1961.

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Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1955)

Gordon Scott and Vera MilesPeter van Eyck and Vera Miles

From the RKO adventure Tarzan's Hidden Jungle with Gordon Scott. RIGHT: With Peter van Eyck

Wichita (1955)

Keith Larsen, Joel McCrea, Vera Miles, and Lloyd Bridges

With Keith Larsen, Joel McCrea, and Lloyd Bridges in the Warner Bros. western Wichita

Autumn Leaves (1956)

Joan Crawford and Vera Miles

From the then-shocking Columbia drama Autumn Leaves with Joan Crawford

The Searchers (1956)

Jeffrey Hunter and Vera Miles

With Jeffrey Hunter in the Warner Bros. western The Searchers

The Wrong Man (1956)

Vera Miles, Anthony Quayle, and Henry Fonda

With Anthony Quayle and Henry Fonda in the Alfred Hitchcock thriller The Wrong Man, released by Warner Bros.

Beau James (1957)

Vera MilesVera Miles, Darren McGavin, and Bob Hope

From the Paramount drama Beau James. LEFT: Miles as Betty Compton. RIGHT: With Darren McGavin and Bob Hope

Web of Evidence (1959)

Van Johnson and Vera Miles

With Van Johnson in the British-made mystery Web of Evidence, released by Allied Artists

A Touch of Larcey (1960)

George Sanders and Vera Miles

From the British-made Paramount comedy A Touch of Larceny with George Sanders

Psycho (1960)

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LEFT: From Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, released by Universal, with John Gavin and Janet Leigh. RIGHT: As Lila Crane

The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor (1959-1962 ABC/NBC TV Series)

Vera Miles and Robert Taylor

With Robert Taylor in a 1962 episode of The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor titled Three Blind Mice

A Tiger Walks (1964)

Brian Keith and Vera Miles

With Brian Keith in the Disney drama A Tiger Walks

Sergeant Ryker (1965)

Vera Miles and Bradford Dillman

With Bradford Dillman in the Universal drama Sergeant Ryker. This film is actually an edited version of two episodes from an October 1963 airing of Kraft Suspense Theatre

Follow Me, Boys! (1966)

Kurt Russell, Vera Miles, and Fred MacMurray

From the Disney family film Follow Me, Boys! with Kurt Russell and Fred MacMurray

The Spirit Is Willing (1967)

Vera Miles, Sid Caesar, and Barry Gordon

From the William Castle horror/comedy The Spirit Is Willing with Sid Caesar and Barry Gordon

In Search of America (1971)

Jeff Bridges, Vera Miles, and Carl Betz

From the ABC TV movie In Search of America with Jeff Bridges and Carl Betz

Molly and Lawless John (1972)

Sam Elliot and Vera Miles

With Sam Elliot in the independent western Molly and Lawless John

Fire! (1977)

Donna Mills, Vera Miles, and Patty Duke

With Donna Mills and Patty Duke in the NBC TV movie Fire!

The Runaways (1978-1979 TV Series)

Greg Evigan and Vera Miles

With Greg Evigan in an episode of the Quinn Martin Productions series The Runaways titled Lies We Live With

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In the 1960s, Miles continued to frequently appear on television. Her film career morphed into family films such as the Disney movies A Tiger Walks (1964; with Brian Keith and Peter Brown), Those Calloways (1965; with Brian Keith), and Follow Me, Boys! (1966; with Fred MacMurray and Kurt Russell). By the late 1960s, Miles was wrapping up her feature film career, but she continued to work extensively in television, appearing often in Quinn Martin shows and in made-for-television films through the late 1980s. Her marriage to actor Keith Larsen ended in divorce in 1971. After another marriage in 1973 quickly ended in divorce, Miles has remained single and is now retired from acting.

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filmography

FILM
Separate Lives (1995) with James Belushi and Linda Hamilton
The Hijacking of the Achille Lauro (1989) with Karl Malden, Lee Grant, and E.G. Marshall
International Airport (1985) with Gil Gerard, Berlinda Tolbert, Pat Crowley, Bill Bixby, Susan Blakely, George Grizzard, George Kennedy, Robert Reed, Connie Sellecca, and Robert Vaughn
Into the Night (1985) with Michelle Pfeiffer, Jeff Goldblum, and Dan Aykroyd
The Initiation (1984) with Clu Gulager
Helen Keller: The Miracle Continues (1984) with Blythe Danner, Mare Winningham, Perry King, Jack Warden, and Peter Cushing
BrainWaves (1983) with Keir Dullea, Tony Curtis, and Eve Brent
Psycho II (1983) with Anthony Perkins, Meg Tilly, Robert Loggia, and Dennis Franz
Travis McGee (1983) with Sam Elliott, Barry Corbin, Richard Farnsworth, Geoffrey Lewis, Amy Madigan, and Katharine Ross
Mazes and Monsters (1982) with Tom Hanks, Lloyd Bochner, Peter Donat, Anne Francis, Murray Hamilton, Louise Sorel, and Susan Strasberg
Our Family Business (1981) with Ted Danson, Christopher Mayer, Sam Wanamaker, and Ray Milland
Roughnecks (1980) with Wilford Brimley, Cathy Lee Crosby, Steve Forrest, A Martinez, Sam Melville, and Harry Morgan
And I Alone Survived (1978) with Blair Brown
Run for the Roses (1977) with Lisa Eilbacher and Sam Groom
Fire! (1977) with Ernest Borgnine, Patty Duke, Alex Cord, Donna Mills, Lloyd Nolan, Neville Brand, Ty Hardin, and Erik Estrada
Smash-Up on Interstate 5 (1976) with Robert Conrad, Buddy Ebsen, Herb Edelman, David Groh, Harriet Nelson, Tommy Lee, and Sue Lyon
Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys (1976) with Ken Kercheval and Sonny Shroyer
McNaughton's Daughter (1976) with Susan Clark, Ricardo Montalban, Ralph Bellamy, Mike Farrell, and Jeff Donnell
The Strange and Deadly Occurrence (1974) with Robert Stack, L.Q. Jones, and Herb Edelman
The Castaway Cowboy (1974) with James Garner, Robert Culp, and Gregory Sierra
The Underground Man (1974) with Peter Graves, Sharon Farrell, Celeste Holm, Jim Hutton, Kay Lenz, Jo Ann Pflug, Judith Anderson, Jack Klugman, and Bill McKinney
Live Again, Die Again (1974) with Walter Pidgeon, Donna Mills, Mike Farrell, Geraldine Page, Lurene Tuttle, Stewart Moss, and Walker Edmiston
Runaway! (1973) with Ben Johnson, Ben Murphy, Ed Nelson, Martin Milner, and Ray Danton
One Little Indian (1973) with James Garner, Pat Hingle, Morgan Woodward, Robert Pine, Bruce Glover, Jay Silverheels, and Jodie Foster
Baffled! (1973) with Leonard Nimoy
Molly and Lawless John (1972) with Sam Elliott and Clu Gulager
A Great American Tragedy (1972) with George Kennedy, William Windom, Kevin McCarthy, James Woods, and Tony Dow
Jigsaw (1972) with Andrew Duggan, Edmond O'Brien, Marsha Hunt, and Richard Kiley
A Howling in the Woods (1971) with Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Tyne Daly, Ruta Lee, Ford Rainey, and Lisa Gerritsen
In Search of America (1971) with Carl Betz, Jeff Bridges, Howard Duff, Kim Hunter, Michael Anderson Jr., Sal Mineo, and Tyne Daly
The Wild Country (1970) with Steve Forrest, Ron Howard, Clint Howard, Dub Taylor, and Jack Elam
It Takes All Kinds (1969) with Robert Lansing, Barry Sullivan, and Sid Melton
Journey to the Unknown (1969) with Patty Duke
Mission Batangas (1968) with Dennis Weaver, Keith Larsen, and Vic Diaz
Hellfighters (1968) with John Wayne, Katharine Ross, Jim Hutton, Jay C. Flippen, Bruce Cabot, and Barbara Stuart
Kona Coast (1968) with Richard Boone, Joan Blondell, and Duane Eddy
Gentle Giant (1967) with Dennis Weaver, Ralph Meeker, Clint Howard, Huntz Hall, and Rance Howard
The Spirit Is Willing (1967) with Sid Caesar, John McGiver, Mary Wickes, Jesse White, and Harvey Lembeck; directed by William Castle
Follow Me, Boys! (1966) with Fred MacMurray, Lillian Gish, Charles Ruggles, Kurt Russel, and Luana Patten
Sergeant Ryker (1965) with Lee Marvin, Bradford Dillman, Peter Graves, Lloyd Nolan, Murray Hamilton, and Norman Fell
Those Calloways (1965) with Brian Keith, Brandon De Wilde, Walter Brennan, Ed Wynn, and Linda Evans
The Hanged Man (1964) with Robert Culp, Edmond O'Brien, Norman Fell, Gene Raymond, J. Carrol Naish, and Pat Buttram
The Unknown (1964) with Cedric Hardwicke, David McCallum, and Barbara Rush
A Tiger Walks (1964) with Brian Keith, Pamela Franklin, Sabu, Edward Andrews, Una Merkel, Peter Brown, Merry Anders, and Frank Aletter
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) with John Wayne, James Stewart, Lee Marvin, Edmond O'Brien, Woody Strode, Andy Devine, Ken Murray, and John Carradine
The Lawbreakers (1961) with Jack Warden, Arch Johnson, David White, and Robert H. Harris
Back Street (1961) with Susan Hayward, John Gavin, Charles Drake, Virginia Grey, Natalie Schafer, and Hayden Rorke
Psycho (1960) with Anthony Perkins, John Gavin, Janet Leigh, Martin Balsam, John McIntire, Simon Oakland, Patricia Hitchcock, and Lurene Tuttle
5 Branded Women (1960) with Silvana Mangano, Jeanne Moreau, Barbara Bel Geddes, Van Heflin, Richard Basehart, Harry Guardino, Alex Nicol, and Steve Forrest
A Touch of Larceny (1959) with James Mason and George Sanders
The FBI Story (1959) with James Stewart, Murray Hamilton, Larry Pennell, and Nick Adams
Web of Evidence (1959) with Van Johnson, Bernard Lee, and Leo McKern
Beau James (1957) with Bob Hope, Paul Douglas, Alexis Smith, Darren McGavin, Willis Bouchey, and Sid Melton
The Wrong Man (1956) with Henry Fonda and Anthony Quayle
Autumn Leaves (1956) with Joan Crawford, Cliff Robertson, Lorne Greene, Shepperd Strudwick, and Marjorie Bennett
23 Paces to Baker Street (1956) with Van Johnson and Estelle Winwood
The Searchers (1956) with John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter, Ward Bond, Natalie Wood, and Ken Curtis
Wichita (1955) with Joel McCrea, Lloyd Bridges, Wallace Ford, Edgar Buchanan, Peter Graves, Keith Larsen, John Smith, Jack Elam, and Mae Clarke
Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1955) with Gordon Scott, Peter van Eyck, Jack Elam, and Richard Reeves
Pride of the Blue Grass (1954) with Lloyd Bridges
The Charge at Feather River (1953) with Guy Madison, Frank Lovejoy, Steve Brodie, and Neville Brand
The Rose Bowl Story (1952) with Marshall Thompson, Natalie Wood, Keith Larsen, Ann Doran, and Jim Backus
For Men Only (1952) with Paul Henreid, Russell Johnson, Margaret Field, and Kathleen Hughes

TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES
Murder, She Wrote, episode Thursday's Child, originally aired April 7, 1991
Murder, She Wrote, episode See You in Court, Baby, originally aired September 30, 1990
Simon & Simon, episode The Richer They Are the Harder They Fall, originally aired December 10, 1988
Hotel, episode All the King's Horses, originally aired May 27, 1987
Murder, She Wrote, episode Jessica Behind Bars, originally aired December 1, 1985
Crazy Like a Fox, episode Requiem for a Fox, originally aired October 20, 1985
Hotel, episode Imperfect Union, originally aired October 9, 1985
Hotel, episode New Beginnings, originally aired January 23, 1985
Finder of Lost Loves, episode Deadly Silence, originally aired January 12, 1985
The Love Boat, episode Paying the Piper/Baby Sister/Help Wanted, originally aired December 1, 1984
Matt Houston, episode The High Fashion Murders, originally aired November 16, 1984
Hotel, episode Wedding, originally aired February 22, 1984
The Love Boat, episode Bricker's Boy/Lotions of Love/The Hustlers, originally aired October 8, 1983
Trapper John, M.D., episode Blue Genes, originally aired March 20, 1983
Little House on the Prairie, episode The Last Summer, originally aired February 21, 1983
The Love Boat, episode His Girls Friday/A Wife for Wilfred/The Girl Who Stood Still, originally aired February 13, 1982
Magnum, P.I., episode Mad Buck Gibson, originally aired November 26, 1981
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, episode Flight of the War Witch, originally aired March 27, 1980
The Runaways, episode Lies We Live With, originally aired May 11, 1978
Fantasy Island, episode Superstar/Salem, originally aired March 25, 1978
Barnaby Jones, episode The Reincarnation, originally aired November 17, 1977
Movin' On, episode Sing It Again, Sonny, originally aired March 2, 1976
Ellery Queen, episode The Adventure of the Two-Faced Woman, originally aired February 29, 1976
Cannon, episode Fall Guy, originally aired November 5, 1975
The Streets of San Francisco, episode Men Will Die, originally aired October 2, 1975
Medical Center, episode The Bribe, originally aired November 4, 1974
Columbo, episode Lovely But Lethal, originally aired September 23, 1973
Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, episode N Is for Nightmare, originally aired October 17, 1973
Marcus Welby, M.D., episode The Panic Path, originally aired September 11, 1973
Cannon, episode To Kill a Guinea Pig, originally aired February 1, 1972
Medical Center, episode Shock!: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired December 29, 1971 and January 5, 1972
Ironside, episode In the Line of Duty, originally aired October 19, 1971
Alias Smith and Jones, episode The Posse That Wouldn't Quit, originally aired October 14, 1971
Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, episode Pilot, originally aired September 12, 1971
Cannon, episode Pilot, originally aired March 26, 1971
Bonanza, episode A Time to Die, originally aired March 21, 1971
Hawaii Five-O, episode Dear Enemy, originally aired February 17, 1971
Dan August, episode When the Shouting Dies, originally aired November 25, 1970
The Virginian, episode Experiment at New Life, originally aired November 18, 1970
Medical Center, episode The Clash, originally aired October 14, 1970
Gunsmoke, episode Sam McTavish, M.D., originally aired October 5, 1970
Insight, episode Prometheus Bound, originally aired May 8, 1970
The Name of the Game, episode Man of the People, originally aired March 6, 1970
Marcus Welby, M.D., episode The Merely Syndrome, originally aired March 3, 1970
Mannix, episode Return to Summer Grove, originally aired October 11, 1969
The F.B.I., episode The Swindler, originally aired September 28, 1969
Ironside, episode Goodbye to Yesterday, originally aired September 25, 1969
The Name of the Game, episode Keep the Doctor Away, originally aired February 14, 1969
The Name of the Game, episode The Revolutionary, originally aired December 27, 1968
Journey to the Unknown, episode Matakitas Is Coming, originally aired November 28, 1968
Ironside, episode Barbara Who, originally aired February 29, 1968
Judd for the Defense, episode Everybody Loved Harlan Except His Wife, originally aired December 29, 1967
Run for Your Life, episode The Inhuman Predicament, originally aired September 20, 1967
Insight, episode Madam, originally aired May 13, 1967
ABC Stage 67, episode The People Trap, originally aired November 9, 1966
Bonanza, episode Four Sisters from Boston, originally aired October 30, 1966
Insight, episode Why Sparrows Fall, originally aired June 20, 1966
The Man from U.N.C.L.E., episode The Bridge of Lions Affair: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired February 4 and 11, 1966
I Spy, episode Affair in T'Sien Cha, originally aired December 29, 1965
My Three Sons, episode Brother, Ernie, originally aired September 30, 1965
My Three Sons, episode Red Tape Romance, originally aired September 23, 1965
My Three Sons, episode The First Marriage, originally aired September 16, 1965
Wagon Train, episode The Silver Lady, originally aired April 25, 1965
Mr. Novak, episode There's a Penguin in My Garden, originally aired April 6, 1965
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, episode Death Scene, originally aired March 8, 1965
Slattery's People, episode Question: How Long Is the Shadow of a Man?, originally aired January 1, 1965
Insight, episode The World, the Campus and Sister Lucy Ann, originally aired January 1, 1965
The Virginian, episode Portrait of a Widow, originally aired December 9, 1964
Burke's Law, episode Who Killed the Horne of Plenty?, originally aired October 7, 1964
Wagon Train, episode The Bob Stuart Story, originally aired September 20, 1964
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, episode The Sojourner, originally aired May 29, 1964
The Outer Limits, episode The Forms of Things Unknown, originally aired May 4, 1964
Kraft Suspense Theatre, episode The Case Against Paul Ryker: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired October 10, 1963
Arrest and Trial, episode Isn't It a Lovely View, originally aired September 22, 1963
The Fugitive, episode Fear in a Desert City, originally aired September 17, 1963
Insight, episode The Conspirator, originally aired March 29, 1963
The Eleventh Hour, episode Beauty Playing a Mandolin Underneath a Willow Tree, originally aired February 20, 1963
The Virginian, episode The Man Who Wouldn't Die, originally aired January 30, 1963
The Dick Powell Theatre, episode Crazy Sunday, originally aired December 18, 1962
Route 66, episode Where Is Chick Lorimer, Where Has She Gone?, originally aired December 14, 1962
Sam Benedict, episode Maddon's Folly, originally aired October 27, 1962
The Eleventh Hour, episode Ann Costigan: A Duel on a Field of White, originally aired October 3, 1962
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, episode Don't Look Behind You, originally aired September 27, 1962
The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor, episode Three Blind Mice: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired March 30 and April 6, 1962
Checkmate, episode The Crimson Pool, originally aired November 22, 1961
Frontier Circus, episode Lippizan, originally aired October 19, 1961
The Asphalt Jungle, episode The Lady and the Lawyer, originally aired April 9, 1961
G.E. True Theater, episode The Camel's Foot, originally aired October 23, 1960
Laramie, episode Three Roads West, originally aired October 4, 1960
Startime, episode Incident at a Corner, originally aired April 5, 1960
Twilight Zone, episode Mirror Image, originally aired February 26, 1960
Zane Grey Theater, episode Miss Jenny, originally aired January 7, 1960
Rawhide, episode Incident at the Buffalo Smokehouse, originally aired October 30, 1959
Riverboat, episode About Roger Mowbray, originally aired September 27, 1959
G.E. True Theater, episode Nora, originally aired May 3, 1959
Wagon Train, episode The Sister Rita Story, originally aired March 25, 1959
Colgate Theatre, episode Mr. Tutt, originally aired September 10, 1958
Climax!, episode House of Doubt, originally aired June 19, 1958
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Penny Wise, originally aired May 2, 1958
Climax!, episode Sound of the Moon, originally aired January 23, 1958
Studio 57, episode Emergency Call, originally aired January 23, 1958
Playhouse 90, episode Panic Button, originally aired November 28, 1957
Climax!, episode The Hand of Evil, originally aired May 23, 1957
Lux Video Theatre, episode The Taggart Light, originally aired April 18, 1957
Schlitz Playhouse, episode The Letter, originally aired November 23, 1956
Lux Video Theatre, episode Because of You, originally aired October 25, 1956
General Electric Summer Originals, episode Great Lady, originally aired September 11, 1956
G.E. True Theater, episode Emergency Call, originally aired June 24, 1956
Strange Stories, episode Such a Nice Little Girl, originally aired April 13, 1956
The 20th Century-Fox Hour, episode Man on the Ledge, originally aired December 28, 1955
Screen Directors Playhouse, episode Rookie of the Year, originally aired December 7, 1955
Alfred Hitchcock Presents, episode Revenge, originally aired October 2, 1955
Lux Video Theatre, episode The Inside Story, originally aired June 16, 1955
The Ford Television Theatre, episode P.J. and the Lady, originally aired June 2, 1955
The Millionaire, episode The Merle Roberts Story, originally aired May 18, 1955
Science Fiction Theatre, episode No Food for Thought, originally aired April 22, 1955
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse, episode The House Where Time Stopped, originally aired April 17, 1955
City Detective, episode Goodbye Old Paint, originally aired April 5, 1955
Climax!, episode Nightmare in Copenhagen, originally aired December 30, 1954
Four Star Playhouse, episode A Championship Affair, originally aired December 16, 1954
Medic, episode The Wild Intruder, originally aired December 6, 1954
Four Star Playhouse, episode My Own Dear Dragon, originally aired November 18, 1954
Hallmark Hall of Fame, episode Immortal Oath, originally aired October 10, 1954
The Ford Television Theatre, episode The Tryst, originally aired June 17, 1954
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse, episode The Grey and Gold Dress, originally aired April 2, 1954
Lux Video Theatre, episode The Exposure of Michael O'Reilly, originally aired March 18, 1954
Schlitz Playhouse, episode The Great Lady, originally aired March 5, 1954
G.E. True Theater, episode Walking John Stopped Here, originally aired January 24, 1954
Crown Theatre with Gloria Swanson, episode This Day Is Yours, originally aired January 12, 1954
Schlitz Playhouse, episode The Sail, originally aired October 30, 1953

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