Vincent Price stars in "The Brainwashing of John Hayes," about an American minister in China during the Communist revolution who sticks to his principles after he's arrested and pressured to confess to being a U.S. spy.
"Act of Decision," about a college football coach (Frank Lovejoy) who kicks his star player (Frederick Ford) off the team after he learns that the police spotted the young man speeding in his car with a girl the night prior to a big game.
"A String of Beads" stars Angela Lansbury as a stuffed-shirt family's maid, who is looked upon with new eyes when a party guest (George MacReady) points out that she's wearing expensive pearls. Ronald Colman hosts and narrates.
In "A Place Full of Strangers," a workaholic (Dick Powell) attempts to clear his mind by taking a trip, but the odyssey turns metaphysical when he winds up in a bus terminal with all of the important people in his life---but they don't recognize him.
"The Major of St. Lo" dramatizes the story of Maj. Thomas Howie (Peter Graves), who died during the Normandy invasion just prior to his battalion's liberation of a strategic French town. In his honor, his troops and the townsfolk erect a statue.
"The Boy Nobody Wanted," from 1956, about a neglected youngster (Johnny Crawford) who accidentally kills a playmate. The victim's father---a newspaper editor---smears Billy's gambler-dad Nick in his newspaper. As a result, Nick is sent to prison and Billy is sent to an adoption agency.