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Kraft Suspense Theatre, TV Series, 1963-1965 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Stunde der Entscheidung (Germany)
  • Haute tension (France)
  • The Crisis (Italy)
  • Crisis (USA)
  • Suspense Theatre (USA)

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DidierF FR

2015-04-27 23:10

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The two US syndication titles, when the sponsor was forgotten:

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TV series released through two seasons, from 10th of October 1963 to 1st of July, 1965 in the USA.

Independant episodes, with actors galore, some yet or soon-to-be famous, and a bunch of director of the same metal.

It was broadcast in France (Haute tension) in 1969-70, and I remembered episode 2.06 I had seen when I was a kid and which had much impressed me… so I looked for it here first, then seeing its absence, on youtube where I found it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJ6uXonKS_A

(I should have kept it known of my childhood memory only, glowing of nostalgia…)

This episode is 2.06, "The Jack is High"

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(first broadcast 19th Nov. 64) and a trailer truck Ford is over-important to the point of getting [*][*][*][*][*] from me.

But I left aside any and all [*] vehicles, seen the quality of the copy. Those interested in up-loading them are welcome.

I may add two other episodes, 1.03 and 1.06, one of these days.

-- Last edit: 2015-04-28 03:01:10

DidierF FR

2015-04-27 23:58

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Ah, if you think some of the [*] deserve their page, I have the time-tags for them:

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DidierF FR

2015-04-28 15:53

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The five [*][*]+ vehicles of 'The End of the World, Baby' are added.
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(Ep. 1.03, Oct. 24th, 1963.)

DidierF FR

2015-04-29 06:45

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The soapish (with a criminal zest) episode #1.06, 'One Step Down'
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(with Gena Rowlands, Leslie Nielsen and Ida Lupino!) is added, with its nine [*][*]+ vehicles.

It aired on 14 Nov. 1963.

And it's the last for me until further notice.
Feel free to up-load the others, this series is not devoided of interest and seems to be quite complete on Youtube.

electra225 IT

2015-04-29 13:21

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DidierF wrote Ah, if you think some of the [*] deserve their page, I have the time-tags for them:

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I am just adding the early Riviera.

CougarTim US

2015-05-01 21:18

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^The right wrecked car is a 1964 Ford Custom (or Custom 500) two-door sedan; the left is a 1962 Mercury Meteor Custom.

DidierF FR

2015-05-01 21:56

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CougarTim wrote ^The right wrecked car is a 1964 Ford Custom (or Custom 500) two-door sedan; the left is a 1962 Mercury Meteor Custom.
Actually, Timothy (bonjour !), I could have open a page for each of them, for they are somehow remote [*][*].

CougarTim US

2015-05-02 04:55

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The '62 Meteor is actually relatively rare if you were so inclined. And it took me a lot of searching to figure out what it was. :p

DidierF FR

2015-05-02 04:59

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So, Tim, you must be rewarded. I'm gonna take a look back to the episode and find a good view, if possible.

62imperial US

2015-05-03 06:58

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Original title (from a B&W print):
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This is from Ep. 1.21, "Once Upon a Savage Night", produced and directed by Robert Altman. It was shot in a longer (81-minute) version, released (on TV at least) as Nightmare In Chicago. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to be available other than in a B&W print of the shorter version on YouTube; too bad because there are a lot of cars in it and it was shot on location in and around the Chicago area - mostly on the tollways.

-- Last edit: 2015-06-14 13:12:54

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