Radio: Snow Job

During the two years it has been on TV, Producer Worthington Miner's Studio One (CBS, Mon. 10 p.m.) has won more awards than any other dramatic program, largely because of its professional competence and grown-up storytelling. Last week, Studio One tackled Stefan Zweig's Letter from An Unknown Woman, a melodrama about a heartless Viennese composer (Melvyn Douglas) and a seamstress (Viveca Lindfors). Televiewers who expected to see the usual bang-up production, saw instead a shambles.

The disasters began as Douglas was eying Viveca on a Vienna street: without warning, a solid-seeming brick wall...

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