Martin Manulis on producing Best of Broadway, CBS's first regular color telecast
Martin Manulis on working with the various casts of Best of Broadway, including Helen Hayes and Claudette Colbert
Martin Manulis on producing the Best of Broadway episode "The Show-Off," starring Jackie Gleason and Thelma Ritter
Martin Manulis on the challenge of producing Best of Broadway live, and on the end of the show
Martin Manulis on moving to Los Angeles to produce Climax! at CBS Television City, and on a mishap during a live broadcast of the show
Martin Manulis on John Frankenheimer directing Climax, and on Frankenheimer's directing technique
Martin Manulis on hiring Sidney Lumet to direct Climax!
Martin Manulis on producing Climax! with Sidney Lumet directing, and on the show being filmed at CBS's Television City in Los Angeles
Martin Manulis on being brought in to produce Playhouse 90, and on working for CBS as a producer
Martin Manulis on how he came to produce Playhouse 90
Martin Manulis on working for CBS executive Hubbell Robinson on Playhouse 90
Martin Manulis on the budget for Playhouse 90, and on getting famous actors to appear on the show
Martin Manulis on attracting A-list actors to appear on Playhouse 90 and other anthology shows
Martin Manulis on the first episode of Playhouse 90, "Forbidden Area," and second episode, "Requiem for a Heavyweight"
Martin Manulis on the casting of Playhouse 90's "Requiem for a Heavyweight" by Ethel Winant
Martin Manulis on the success of Playhouse 90's production of "Requiem for a Heavyweight"
Martin Manulis on Rod Serling writing "Requiem for a Heavyweight" for Playhouse 90
Martin Manulis on the challenges of producing a weekly, live show like Playhouse 90, and on the quality of the episodes
Martin Manulis on the work schedule of Playhouse 90
Martin Manulis on the lack of diversity on Playhouse 90 and on television in the 1950s in general
Martin Manulis on the advertisers of Playhouse 90, and on Playhouse 90's "Portrait of a Murderer"
Martin Manulis on network censorship and Playhouse 90, and on working with Rod Serling
Martin Manulis on the Playhouse 90 productions of "Days of Wine and Roses" and "The Comedian"
Martin Manulis on leaving Playhouse 90, and on becoming Head of Television for 20th Century Fox Television
Martin Manulis on the legacy of Playhouse 90
Martin Manulis on getting a Producers Guild award for Playhouse 90