Cool TV Video of the Day: Rod Serling’s “Patterns”
Rod Serling may be best known for The Twilight Zone, but that doesn’t mean his other work is not worth watching. On January 12, 1955, the NBC anthology series Kraft Television Theatre aired Patterns, which marked Serling’s first major success. Not only would Serling go on to win the first of his 6 Emmys, but Patterns became the first drama repeated because of its popularity. However, television was not yet in the habit of recording live television, so the actors had to perform everything over again on February 9, 1955. Fortunately, the second live performance was captured on kinescope.
Posted on February 1, 2013, in Classic Television, Cool TV Video of The Day, Drama, Emmy's, Live Television, NBC, Network Television, Primetime and tagged anthology, kraft television theatre, live television, nbc, patterns, rod serling, the twilight zone. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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