The Alcoa Hour (1955-1957)

USA, 16 October -22 September 1957
2 seasons, 51 episodes
60m
black and white, 4:3
mono

An American television drama anthology of stories adapted from plays, novels and other literary sources.

Episodes

Note that there are several genre episodes (marked in bold). The rest are listed here for the sake of completeness.

Season One
The Black Wings (16 October 1955)
The Small Servant (30 October 1955)
A Girl Can Tell (13 November 1955)
Thunder in Washington (27 November 1955)
Undertow (11 December 1955)
Amahl and the Night Visitors (25 December 1955)
Man on a Tiger (8 January 1956)
A Patch of Faith (22 January 1956)
Long After Summer (5 February 1956)
Tragedy in a Temporary Town (19 February 1956)
Man on Fire (4 March 1956)
Doll Face (18 March 1956)
Finkle's Comet (1 April 1956)
Even the Weariest River (15 April 1956)
Paris and Mrs. Perlman (29 April 1956)
The President (13 May 1956)
The Confidence Man (27 May 1956)
The Magic Horn (10 June 1956)
The Archangel Harrigan (24 June 1956)
The Piper of St. James (8 July 1956)
Sister (22 July 1956)
Kiss and Tell (5 August 1956)
The Big Vote (19 August 1956)
The Girl in Chapter One (2 September 1956)

Season Two
Flight into Danger (16 September 1956)
The Big Wave (30 September 1956)
Key Largo (14 October 1956)
Morning's at Seven (4 November 1956)
Merry Christmas, Mr. Baxter (2 December 1956)
Adventure in Diamonds (9 December 1956)
The Stingiest Man in Town (23 December 1956)
A Double Life (6 January 1957)
Ride the Wild Mare (20 January 1957)
No License to Kill (3 February 1957)
The Animal Kingdom (17 February 1957)
The Last Train to Pusan (3 March 1957)
The Original Miss Chase (17 March 1957)
The Big Build-Up (31 March 1957)
Nothing to Lose (14 April 1957)
Mechanical Manhunt (28 April 1957)
Protege (19 May 1957)
Mrs. Gilling and the Skyscraper (9 June 1957)
Awake with Fear (23 June 1957)
Hostages to Fortune (7 July 1957)
He's for Me (21 July 1957)
Weekend in Vermont (4 August 1957)
The Trouble with Women (11 August 1957)
The Littlest Little Leaguer (25 August 1957)
No License to Kill (1 September 1956)
15 October 1864 (15 September 1957)
Night (22 September 1957)

See also
Alcoa Theatre (1957)

References

Books
A Christmas Carol and Its Adaptations: A Critical Examination of Dickens's Story and Its Productions on Screen and Television by Fred Guida pp.177-178 – credits