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Kallis (Stanley M.) Scripts
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Series 1: The Dick Powell Show 1961 April 17- 1962 December 10

Historical note

The Dick Powell Show was an anthology series of comedies and dramas that ran on NBC from 1961 to 1963. The show was hosted by Dick Powell who would often star in the episodes. When Powell passed away on January 2, 1963, the show was renamed The Dick Powell Theater and a variety of actors, including Gregory Peck, Frank Sinatra, Rock Hudson, and Steve McQueen then hosted the show. Many actors, producers, and directors got their start on the show, including Aaron Spelling, William Friedkin, and Bruce Geller.
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Three Soldiers 1961 April 17

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Killer in the House 1961 May 25

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John J. Diggs 1961 June 1

Material Specific Details: Jack Nicholson's name mentioned on back of script.
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A Swiss Affair 1961 June 29

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400 Independence NW 1961 October 20

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Safari 1962 January 15

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Is Charley Coming 1962 May 24

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The Losers 1962 May 24

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Pericles on 31st Street 1962 July 24

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Tissue of Hate 1962 December 7

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Luxury Liner 1962 December 10

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Series 2: Royal Bay 1963 September 29

Historical note

Once Before Dark, was a pilot episode written by Richard Alan Simmons and produced by Stanley M. Kallis. The episode was meant to be part of a 60-minute series called Royal Bay. The pilot was rejected, so producers sold it to Universal Pictures under the name Della. The end result was a 70-minute feature which was also unpopular and only aired once at 1:00 am. In 1996, Della was rediscovered and publicly released on video under the name Fatal Confinement. Joan Crawford plays Della, while the film's other stars include Charles Bickford, Diane Baker, Paul Burke, and Otto Kruger.
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Once Before Dark 1963 September 29