With Jerry Fairbanks Productions (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. The Christmas Carol (1949 TV Short)
Not Rated | 25 min | Drama, Short, Fantasy
Dickens' classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and three Christmas Ghosts that change his perception of life. Narrated by Vincent Price.
2. The Bamboo Saucer (1968)
G | 103 min | Sci-Fi
A flying saucer hidden in a Red Chinese peasant village is sought by teams from the United States and U.S.S.R. On finding it, they band together to explore the saucer and take a trip into ... See full summary »
4. Moonlight Sonata (1937)
86 min | Romance, Drama
Mr. Paderewski performs classical piano works including Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata", which enhances the bond between two young lovers, just as his having previously played this same lovely melody had brought the girl's parents together.
5. The Amateur Gentleman (1936)
93 min | Adventure
A former boxing champion, now an innkeeper, is accused of stealing a watch from a party of guests at his inn, who happen to be members of English royalty. The old man is arrested and thrown... See full summary »
6. Accused (1936)
83 min | Crime, Drama
Tony Seymour and his partner, Gaby Ramarios are a dance team who perform an Apache specialty number, which ends with Tony, via a steel waistcoat with a scabbard arrangement, getting a knife... See full summary »
7. The Bigelow Theatre (1950–1951)
30 min | Drama, Family
A live CBS half-hour dramatic anthology series, but on two networks in its second season (as "Bigelow-Sanford Theater"); Sunday evenings over CBS and Thursday evenings over DuMont.
8. Public Prosecutor (1947–1951)
20 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
A film noir drama-dey cop & crime show, Public Prosecutor was created for one major networks but they gave up on the series and another early TV network called DuMont picked it up.
9. We Learn About the Telephone (1965)
Unrated | 22 min | Animation, Short, Comedy
Bill sketches an animated person, Mr. Man, who takes us back through history to explain how people developed a need to communicate, and shows us devices that helped to do so.
10. Crime Over London (1936)
Approved | 63 min | Adventure, Crime, Romance
Things are getting too hot in New York City for "Joker" Finnegan and his gang, so they decide to move their activities to London. There, Inspector Gray of Scotland Yard is keeping a polite ... See full summary »
12. Once Upon a Honeymoon (1956)
14 min | Short, Musical, Fantasy
Waiting for her husband to finish song-writing so they can go on their postponed honeymoon, a woman dreams of new home decor with matching phones.
15. When Thief Meets Thief (1937)
85 min | Comedy, Drama
A London cat burglar (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) falls for the girlfriend (Valerie Hobson) of a stockbroker (Alan Hale) who used to be his partner.
Not Rated | 50 min | Documentary
A look at America's contemporary predilection for superficial patriotic symbolism via consumerism.
19. Doctor Jim (1947)
48 min | Drama
Dr. Jim Gateson, a country doctor who has counselled and ministered to his community for 30 years, is being honored with a surprise testimonial dinner. The scenario then flashes back ... See full summary »
20. Charlie's Haunt (1950)
59 min | Comedy
The residents of a small town are haunted by the ghost of Charlie McCarthy, who doesn't like the fact that they are a very careless bunch and are constantly putting themselves in danger.
21. Edgar Bergen with Charlie McCarthy (1950 TV Short)
Not Rated | 30 min | Short, Comedy, Music
In his first appearance on network television, Edgar Bergen hosts a Thanksgiving Day special featuring three of his partners in ventriloquism - Charlie McCarthy, Mortimer Snerd and Podine ... See full summary »
22. Anatomy of an Accident (1961)
26 min | Short, Drama
When a telephone company employee and his family are involved in an automobile accident, an examination is made of the variety of things which might have caused the accident, and a number ... See full summary »
23. Invisible Diplomats (1965)
22 min | Short
Film produced by AT&T which shows in a humorous way the handling of the different telephone switching equipments. The two main characters work as telephone switchers for their companies and... See full summary »
24. Hi, Grandma! (1958 TV Movie)
30 min | Horror
A young mechanical genius invents a recording device that can play back the voices of the dead. Here, the voice is that of the genius's evil-dead grandmother. A woman whose malign influence... See full summary »
25. The Windjammer (1945)
Approved | 56 min | Comedy, Music
Scott Elliott, a discharged WWII Navy officer and a film executive in civilian life, passes through a small Arkansas town, and meets Bob Burns, a farmer, and his daughter. As a film ... See full summary »
28. Steve Randall (1952–1953)
30 min | Drama
Steve Randall, a private detective, is a disbarred lawyer who turned to detective work in the hope that he can become a lawyer again. He investigates murder and blackmail crimes and, in the... See full summary »
29. If an Elephant Answers (1965)
A promotional short made for AT&T.
31. Flying with Arthur Godfrey (1953)
75 min | Documentary
TV host Arthur Godfrey takes controls of an Eastern Air Lines passenger plane to show us "behind the scenes' of a 1950's American airline company. WDTVLIVE42 - Transport, technology, and ... See full summary »
37. America for Me (1953)
31 min | Short
A vacationing school teacher and her friend meet a cowboy on his way to a rodeo. The teacher and the cowboy fall in love while the travelogue camera takes in Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, ... See full summary »
Family Theatre (1949–1958)
Hill Number One: A Story of Faith and Inspiration
56 min | Drama
A respectful interpretation of what might have happened among Jesus's followers in the three days after the Crucifixion. The story is told in the modern context of an US Army company stationed in Korea during the Korean War.
The Silver Theatre (1949–1950)
30 min | Drama, Romance
A cash-strapped husband is desperate to send his sick daughter out West for her health, but can't get anyone to loan him the money for train fare. He literally bumps into a stranger who ... See full summary »
The Silver Theatre (1949–1950)
For Richer, for Poorer
Fortune may smile at fortune hunters, but not always the way they they had planned. This exactly is what happens to the hero of this episode, who climbs the ladder to his lover's window - only to come down with her sister instead.