Radio: The Week in Review

Television emerged last week from its strenuous holiday celebration feeling combative enough to take on the U.S. Army, world Communism and a trip to the moon.

For two acts of Studio One's production of Fair Play, the Army got an unmerciful going over. James Gregory, a sad-sack private accused of murdering a girl, is defended by idealistic young Lieut. Dewey Martin, who is soon convinced that his client is being framed by a pair of villainous MPs. The court-martial is as farcically one-sided as if it were being run by Judge Lynch himself. When...

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