Here are four more episodes from Four Star Playhouse, the TV anthology series in which big name actors took the lead role on a rotating basis. The series earned 14 Emmy nominations durint its run.
SECOND DAWN (1954): Carl has been blind all his life. A doctor presents him with the possibility of restored sight, but the cure may only be temporary. He must decide whether he should risk having the operation, which could jeopardize the sense of security his blindness has long provided for him. Starring Charles Boyer, Dorothy Hart, and Luis Van Rooten.
THE LONG COUNT (1955): Shrewd detective McGraw is entrusted with keeping a promising boxer from carousing around town before a huge match. When the boxer disappears, McGraw begins to suspect his management team of foul play. This show is the predecessor of Frank Lovejoy's mystery series "Meet McGraw" (a.k.a. "The Adventures of McGraw" (1957-58). Starring Frank Lovejoy, Joan Vohs, Biff Elliot, Nestor Paiva, Mel Welles, and Richard Deacon.
END OF THE LINE (1955): Madge Jackson is haunted by her past, caught up in a murder rap involving her old flame, the notorious thug Al Maxim. She wants to move on with her life and marry her fiancée, but Maxim is intent on sabotaging her happiness. Starring Maria Riva, Michael Emmet, Ellen Corby, Robert Bice, Leonard Penn, and Gene Roth.
THE HAYFIELD (1955): In a sequel to the Hollywood classic, "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House" (1948), ad exec Jim Blandings wants to make a quick buck. Ambitious and determined, he puts his 10-acre hayfield up for sale, but some unexpected news derails his profit-making plans. Starring Macdonald Carey, Phyllis Thaxter, Dick Foran, Ralph Moody, Frank Ferguson, and Dick Elliott.