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Episode Detail: It's a Most Unusual Day - Screen Directors Playhouse

A husband and wife listen to composer Jimmy McHugh's songs and recall events in their lives that took place when the songs were released. McHugh appears and performs "I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby," "Sunny Side of the Street," "I'm in the Mood for Love" and "It's a Most Unusual Day."

Episodes: Screen Directors Playhouse (27)

9/12/1956: High Air    Season 1, Episode 35
9/5/1956: The Day I Met Caruso    Season 1, Episode 34
8/1/1956: The Bitter Waters    Season 1, Episode 33
7/25/1956: Apples on the Lilac Tree    Season 1, Episode 32
7/18/1956: The Carroll Formula    Season 1, Episode 31
7/11/1956: White Corridors    Season 1, Episode 30
7/4/1956: Partners    Season 1, Episode 29
6/13/1956: Every Man Has Two Wives    Season 1, Episode 28
6/6/1956: What Day Is It?    Season 1, Episode 27
5/9/1956: A Ticket for Thaddeus    Season 1, Episode 25
4/25/1956: Claire    Season 1, Episode 24
4/11/1956: Markheim    Season 1, Episode 23
4/4/1956: The Sword of Villon    Season 1, Episode 22
3/14/1956: It's a Most Unusual Day    Season 1, Episode 21
3/7/1956: One Against Many    Season 1, Episode 20
2/1/1956: Prima Donna    Season 1, Episode 17
1/18/1956: No. 5 Checked Out    Season 1, Episode 16
1/11/1956: It's Always Sunday    Season 1, Episode 15
12/21/1955: The Silent Partner    Season 1, Episode 12
12/14/1955: Lincoln's Doctor's Dog    Season 1, Episode 11
12/7/1955: Rookie of the Year    Season 1, Episode 10
11/30/1955: Tom and Jerry    Season 1, Episode 9
11/9/1955: The Life of Vernon Hathaway    Season 1, Episode 6
11/2/1955: Want Ad Wedding    Season 1, Episode 5
10/26/1955: Arroyo    Season 1, Episode 4
10/19/1955: A Midsummer Daydream    Season 1, Episode 3
10/12/1955: Day Is Done    Season 1, Episode 2

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Premiered: October 05, 1955, on NBC
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Premise: Renowned Hollywood directors gave TV a shot in this half-hour anthology. They included John Ford, who guided John Wayne in `Rookie of the Year,' the actor's TV debut. Among the other directors who worked on the series: George Stevens, Fred Zinnemann, Leo McCarey and Ida Lupino.

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