Two psychiatrists help patients sort it all out in this medical drama, which NBC hoped would generate ratings similar to its popular `Dr. Kildare.' It didn't, and lasted only two seasons. ABC's own shrink series, `Breaking Point,' aired during roughly the same period.
"To Love Is to Live," but not for Walter Farnham (Kent Smith), who thinks suicide is the answer to his mounting financial problems. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. David: Dean Stockwell. Claire: Jeanette Nolan.
A clergyman (Paul Burke) experiences feelings of guilt over his relationship with a widowed parishioner. Liz: Bethel Leslie. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging. Jane: Lois Smith. Howell: John Shay.
Part 2. The community move to oust Dr. Graham (Jack Ging) gets a boost when a party given by Gina Fields turns into a brawl. Gina: Kim Darby. Caro: Kim Stanley. Fields: Philip Abbott. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Aggie: Joan Tompkins. Mrs. Brendan: Jayne Meadows.
Part 1. A socialite leads a community attack on a high-school psychological testing program conducted by Dr. Graham (Jack Ging). Caro: Kim Stanley. Gina: Kim Darby. Aggie: Joan Tompkins. Britt: David Macklin.
A sensitive 11-year-old concert pianist (Michel Petit), torn by conflict between his parents and music teacher, becomes paralyzed---in his hands. Baker: Howard Duff. Ruth: Phyllis Hill. Bardeman: Alfred Ryder. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging.
Disagreement over how to fight for racial equality leads to a split between personnel director Sarah Packsey (Barbara McNair) and her husband (Brock Peters), a struggling writer. Script coauthored by Ossie Davis. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Ella: Estelle Hemsley. Graham: Jack Ging. Harriet: Lillian Randolph.
"A Full Moon Every Night," a comedy-drama. Dr. Starke (Ralph Bellamy) gets mixed-up with a group of strange people, including a girl who takes drugs (Diana Hyland) and an eccentric landlady (Elsa Lanchester). Hartwood: Donald Madden. Graham: Jack Ging.
Teen-ager Jackie Devon (Jenny Maxwell) shows every sign of emulating her wanton mother---until Starke recommends she be placed in a foster home. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Carol: Diana Dors. Ceballos: Joseph Campanella. Valerie: Phyllis Love.
Roddy McDowall portrays Stanton Maynard, a genius who knows no bounds: mathematician, linguist, archaeologist---and impostor. Janet: Anne Helm. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging. Nolan: Alexander Scourby. Molly: Lori March. Harnel: Paul Kent.
A high-school teacher (Lloyd Bridges) and a student (Beau Bridges) irrationally try to solve a growing antagonism between them. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging. Jenna: Christine White. Mrs. McCarty: Eve McVeagh. Chuck: Doug Lambert.
Robert Ryan plays "Hoppy" Hopp, a state legislator who plays along with his brother's political machine---up to a point. Calvin: Richard Anderson. Myra: Peggy Ann Garner. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging.
Dr. Starke tries to help 19-year-old Gilbert Brubaker (Fabian), who, for reasons unknown, is turning into an incorrigible swindler. Alice: Noreen Corcoran. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Mrs. Brubaker: Fay Wray.
Fear of impotency strikes Brad Hamilton (Lee Kinsolving), who is seized, on his wedding night, with an overwhelming urge to cry. Billie: Celeste Holm. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Carol: Shelley Fabares. Graham: Jack Ging.
"Sunday Father" is divorced Cody Evans (Red Buttons), who, by court order, can visit his son only on Sundays---a situation Cody refuses to accept. Ruth: Jaye P. Morgan. Barry: Billy Mumy. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging. Phil: Richard Bull.
"Is Mr. Martian Coming Back?" A bitter and seriously ill circus clown (Bert Lahr) helps a small boy regain the desire to live. Barry: Ronny Howard. Mrs. Stewart: Marion Ross. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging.
"La Belle Indifference" seizes Valerie Walker (Katherine Crawford), who abandoned her baby in the park---and then blotted out any recollection of the incident. Walker: James MacArthur. Starke: Ralph Bellamy.
Eileen Heckart portrays guilt-ridden Bea Miller, whose life revolves around her father, sister and brother---leaving little time for her husband or for a life of her own. Bernie: Herschel Bernardi. Peggy: Sheree North. Walter: Joseph Sweeney. Willie: Frank Aletter. Dr. Starke: Ralph Bellamy.
"Four Feet in the Morning" focuses on the Quincys and their reactions to learning that their teen-age son (Tony Dow) is about to become a father. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Quincy: Andrew Duggan. Marie: Ruth Roman. Darleen: Marta Kristen. Graham: Jack Ging.
Richard Kiley portrays biochemist Ken Newell, who learns that he has a brain tumor just when he is on the threshold of isolating a life-prolonging enzyme. Mary: Rachel Roberts. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging. Arnold: Alan Napier.
Temperamental actress Hallie Lambert (Kathryn Hayes) re-examines her emotions when she interprets a director's criticism as deliberate persecution. Marya: Beverly Garland. Simon: Paul Burke. Gerry: Doris Dowling. Starke: Ralph Bellamy.
Masochistic Polly Saunders (Elizabeth Montgomery) subconsciously devises a plan that may result in her death. Twice wed to brutal men, she is now drawn to volatile David Marne (Robert Loggia). Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Graham: Jack Ging. Vivian: Bek Nelson. Kendall: Chuck Couch.
Parolee Steve Kowlowski (James Coburn) thinks it's vital to shower his girl with gifts---so he returns to picking pockets to finance his courtship. Ruth: Lois Nettleton. Marge: Mary La Roche. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Stanley: Fred Beir. Graham: Jack Ging.
"And Man Created Vanity" focuses on Kenny Walsh (Robert Wagner), a handsome man who always got by on his good looks---until a fire destroyed half his face and his will to live. Stella: Diahann Carroll. Starke: Ralph Bellamy. Anne: Shirley Knight. Jamison: Michael Constantine.