Three Revolutionaries in a Latin American country are given the task of assassinating its president.
When a wealthy man is kidnapped the story is told from his viewpoint as well as those of the kidnappers, his family, and the FBI.
An airplane pilot, his passenger, and a militant socialist all enter the lives of an English country gentleman and his family.
A gubernatorial election campaign is disrupted by newspaper reports digging into the relationship between a political boss and an influential businessman.
In Australia, a man is charged with murder despite the absence of a corpse.
A Union officer devises a plan to end a Civil War battle quickly by tunneling under Confederate forces and filling the tunnel with dynamite.
A man claiming to be 77 years old but looking much younger arrives at a Florida retirement home. He promises to make all the residents there feel years younger and begins by blowing a silver whistle.
Teleplay about the 1859 raid on the Federal arsenal at Harper's Ferry by abolitionist John Brown.
A State Department press secretary receives secret orders to release a confidential memo which might lead to an international crisis.
An AWOL British officer in Paris during World War I meets an American nurse and is disturbed by her romantic attitude towards the war.
In Algeria, a French army captain is faced with having to use torture to obtain information about the rebel guerillas who slaughtered an Algerian family.
A laconic and solitary farmer encounters a pregnant young girl, cares for her, and when she dies in childbirth raises the son she delivers. Then, years later, the woman's relatives come to claim the child.
Two downed British airmen are kept prisoners in a cellar for seven years by a German shopkeeper who keeps informing them of the latest Third Reich victories in what he claims is still an on-going war.
In a state mental hospital, a psychiatrist brings together six patients for group therapy.
A man living in a small Florida town is warned by his brother that nuclear war is only hours away.
in 1893, author Mark Twain embarks upon an around the world lecture tour in order to pay off his debts and escape bankruptcy.
During World War II, in Warsaw's Jewish ghetto, a rabbi struggles to hold his flock together and communicate to them his own courage and faith.