The Lloyd Bridges Show is a drama series that aired on CBS from 1962
Runtime: 30 minutes
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The Lloyd Bridges Show is an American anthology drama series produced by
Aaron Spelling, which aired on CBS from September 11, 1962 to May 28,
1963, starring and hosted by Lloyd Bridges.
The Lloyd Bridges Show - Synopsis - Netflix
In the first fourteen episodes, from September to January, Bridges
played the author Adam Shepherd who was transformed into the main
character of each episode. In January, the program, considered in
retrospect to have been highly innovative, became a straightforward
anthology with Bridges hosting each episode, much as Ronald Reagan had
done with the General Electric Theater and Jane Wyman had prevailed with
Jane Wyman Presents. The program featured Bridges's sons, Jeff and Beau
Bridges, in occasional guest-starring roles. The premiere episode is
entitled “Wheresoever I Enter”. “A Pair of Boots” casts Bridges as a
Confederate whose truce with the Union Army is threatened by a southern
soldier's desire to reclaim a pair of shoes stolen by a northerner.
Co-stars in the episode are son Beau Bridges. Royal Dano, and Seymour
Cassel. In the episode “My Daddy Can Beat Your Daddy”, authored by
Robert Towne, the screenwriter of Chinatown, Bridges plays an aging
boxer fighting a match against his own son. Co-stars in the segment are
son Jeff Bridges, Gary Lockwood, and Mary Murphy.
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