With more than 50 Emmys, this landmark anthology set a standard for consistent TV excellence with adaptations and originals in a range of genres. It debuted with 1954's `Ahmal and the Night Visitors,' the first opera produced for TV. Many other classic works followed, including `Macbeth' (1960) with Maurice Evans and Judith Anderson; `Victoria Regina' (1961) with Julie Harris; and `The Magnificent Yankee' (1965) with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Also known as `Hallmark Television Playhouse.'
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