The Bigelow Theatre - Broadcast History

Broadcast History

The series aired on CBS on Sunday nights at 6pm EST from December 10, 1950 to June 3, 1951. There were no regularly featured actors on The Bigelow Theatre, but guest stars included Cesar Romero, Lloyd Bridges, Gale Storm, and Chico Marx.

After the series ended on CBS, The Bigelow Theatre aired on DuMont on Thursdays at 10pm EST from September 6 through December 27, 1951. There were 27 episodes on CBS, and 15 on DuMont, however, some of the DuMont episodes were reruns of the CBS series.

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