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Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre ratings (TV show, 1963-1967)

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre
Rank 13,780 / 20,938
Trend 0
Genres Comedy, Crime, Adventure
Seasons 4
Episodes 22
Total votes 243
Average votes 11
Average rating 6.9 / 10

Legendary entertainer Bob Hope hosted, and occasionally starred in, one of the last major anthology series on network television. Dramatic and comedy shows were presented, featuring many of Hollywood's top names, including quite a few who didn't do much television otherwise. Every month or so, Hope would host a variety special in the show's timeslot. On those occasions, the show was titled "Chrysler Presents a Bob Hope Special". As can be seen from the various hosts listed, many of these shows were shown in reruns, usually as a summer replacement series, during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Directors: Alex March, Alex Segal, Buzz Kulik, Daniel Petrie, David Butler, David Lowell Rich, Don Taylor, Douglas Heyes, Edward Anhalt, Ezra Stone, Fielder Cook, Frank Corsaro, Gerald Mayer, Gordon Hessler, Hal Kanter, Harvey Hart, Herschel Daugherty, Ida Lupino, Jack Arnold, Jack Laird, Jack Laird, James Goldstone, Jess Oppenheimer, John Brahm, John Cassavetes, Joseph Sargent, Lawrence Dobkin, Leo Penn, Michael Ritchie, Paul Bogart, Paul Stanley, Paul Stewart, Ralph Senensky, Richard Crenna, Robert Butler, Robert Ellis Miller, Robert Stevens, Rod Amateau, Roland Kibbee, Ron Winston, S. Lee Pogostin, Sam Peckinpah, Stuart Rosenberg, Sydney Pollack, Tom Gries, William Hale Writers: A.E. Hotchner, Albert E. Lewin, Albert Lewis, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Alex Gottlieb, Alvin Sapinsley, Arnold Perl, Arthur Marx, Benjamin Masselink, Bernard Slade, Bill Persky, Bob Hope, Budd Schulberg, Burt Styler, Carson McCullers, Chester Krumholz, Clifford Irving, David Rayfiel, Dean Riesner, Donald Davis, Douglas Heyes, E. Barrett Prettyman, Edmund Beloin, Edward Anhalt, Edward DeBlasio, Elick Moll, Ellis St. Joseph, Elroy Schwartz, Eric Bercovici, Ernest Kinoy, Eugene Burdick, Evan Hunter, Frank Fenton, Franklin Barton, Garry Marshall, Gene L. Coon, George Lefferts, Groucho Marx, Hal Kanter, Halsted Welles, Harold Swanton, Harry Brown, Harry Kleiner, Harry Tugend, Henry Garson, Henry Gregor Felsen, Henry James, Herman Miller, Howard Browne, Howard Rodman, Jack Laird, Jack Laird, Jacques Gillies, James B. Allardice, Jerry Belson, Jess Oppenheimer, Joel Rapp, John Cassavetes, John Furia, John Gay, John Haase, John O'Hara, Jud Taylor, Leonard Kantor, Leslie Stevens, Loring Mandel, Luther Davis, Mark Rodgers, Martha Gellhorn, Melville Shavelson, Michael Fessier, Nathaniel Curtis, Norman Krasna, Oscar Millard, Paul Brickhill, Peter S. Feibleman, Philip Freund, Raphael Blau, Richard Fielder, Richard Matheson, Richard Sherman, Robert L. Joseph, Rod Serling, Roland Kibbee, Roy Huggins, S. Lee Pogostin, Sam Denoff, Sam Locke, Sidney Michaels, Stanford Whitmore, Stephen Longstreet, Stirling Silliphant, Theodore Apstein, Tom Mankiewicz, Wilbur Daniel Steele, William Inge, William Kelley
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