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David Niven Collection: Volume 4 DVD
David Niven Collection: Volume 4

David Niven Collection: Volume 4

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From 1952 to 1956, David Niven joined fellow Hollywood luminaries Ida Lupino, Charles Boyer and Dick Powell in Star Performance (also known as Four Star Playhouse), an anthology series in which each actor took the lead role on a weekly basis. The series,which ran on CBS, earned 14 Emmy nominations during its run, including one for Niven in 1952 for Best Continuing Performance by an Actor in a Dramatic Series.MATTER OF ADVICE: An overprotective father panics when his blossoming daughter wins the starring role in her school play.THE BOOK: An author impersonates a murderer to research his latest bestseller.HENRY AND THE PSYCHOPATHIC HORSE: A famous New York psychiatrist has finally met the one patient he can't treat: A champion thoroughbred.HERE COMES THE SUIT: An expensive suit gives a timid ad man the courage to ask out his gorgeous co-worker (Allison Hayes, star of Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.)
Title: David Niven Collection: Volume 4
Genre: TV Drama
Starring: David Niven, Allison Hayes
Studio: Alpha Video
Attributes: Manufactured on Demand
Release Date: 9/1/2015
Original Year: 1953
Product Type: DVD
UPC: 089218770493
Item #: 1533640X

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