The series, an anthology, ran from April to June of 1954. DuMont's Love Story is not to be confused with another dramatic anthology with the same name which ran on NBC in the 1970s, or a game show also titled Love Story which aired on CBS from 1955-1956.
Love Story aired live on Tuesday nights at 9 pm EST on most DuMont affiliates. The series was produced by David Lowe.
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