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Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theatre

Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theatre


The show was an anthology series which was broadcast on NBC in the United States. It was hosted by Robert Montgomery who would also appear in many of the episodes. At the end of the first season the show was renamed to Robert Montgomery Presents. Montgomery's daughter, Elizabeth, made her TV debut on the series as did Joanne Woodward and Lee Remick.

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Episode Info

Final: 8x38 -- Faust '57 (Jun/24/1957)


A scientist named Faust is trying to solve a difficult equation when the Devil's Frank Nittiesque assistant suddenly appears before him and says that Faust can have the answer if he will give his soul to the devil.
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Crew

Executive Producer: Robert Montgomery

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Recurring Guests

John Newland as guest star (34 eps)
Vaughn Taylor as Pa Kettle (28 eps)
Elizabeth Montgomery (1) as Susan Ward (27 eps)
Jan Miner as guest star (21 eps)
Charles Drake as Johnny Bond (18 eps)
Margaret Hayes as guest star (16 eps)
House Jameson as guest star (15 eps)
Frederick Worlock as guest star (13 eps)
Anne Seymour as Mother (12 eps)
Robert Montgomery as Monroe Starr (11 eps)

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Warning: Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theatre guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Anthology
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Mondays at 09:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 30, 1950
Ended: June 24, 1957
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