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“The Magic Lie” :: The Master (1977)

CBC 1970s LogoBRIEF SERIES DESCRIPTION

Half-hour stories for children

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“THE MASTER” EPISODE PLOT DESCRIPTION

Unknown

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GENERAL PROGRAM INFORMATION

GENRE: Drama
STATION: CBC
AIR DATES:

  • January 30 – March 30, 1977; 4:30 – 5:00 p.m.
  • January 4 – March 29, 1978; 4:00 – 4:30 p.m.
  • January 3 – March 28, 1979; 4:30 – 5:00 p.m.

NUMBER OF EPISODES: UNKNOWN
NORMAL RUNNING TIME: 30 Minutes
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“THE MASTER” EPISODE INFORMATION

AIR DATE: UNKNOWN
EPISODE NUMBER: UNKNOWN
WRITER: UNKNOWN
DIRECTOR: UNKNOWN

CREW AND OTHER TECHNICAL INFORMATION

CREATOR: W.O. Mitchell
ORGANIZED BY: Don S. Williams (1977), David Peddie (1978-1979)

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CAST FOR EPISODE “THE MASTER” :: CHARACTER NAME…ACTOR NAME

‘Host’…W.O. Mitchell
Nicky…Michael J. Fox

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EXTRAS

Trivia

The following is the only real information that I could find about this program. This information was found on the CBC website and was written by John Corcelli, April 2002:

W.O. Mitchell invented the title for this series of half-hour stories for children and introduced the programs. CBC Producers across the country contributed to the series, which was organized by Don S. Williams (1977) and David Peddie (1978-1979).

Among the productions were A Horse For Running Buffalo, adapted by Frank Adamson from a story by Madeline Freeman, and produced by Don S. Williams in Winnipeg; Boy On Defence, written by Scott Young and also produced by Williams; Snatched, from a book by Richard Parker; Aunt Mary’s Visit, from Victoria Case’s story; and The Infinite Worlds Of Maybe, by Lester Del Rey, all three produced by Hugh Beard in Vancouver; Tunnel Of Terror, adapted by Frank Moher from Patricia Clyne’s novel, produced by Jack Emack in Edmonton; Muskipitoon, from a story by Kerry Wood, adapted by Frank Adamson, produced by Don. S. Williams; Mr. Noah And His Second Flood, a musical fantasy with Leon Bibb; No Way Of Telling, produced by John Thorne in Montreal, from a story by Emma Smith; and Buckskin And Chapperos, based on Paddy Campbell’s play, and produced by Jack Emack in Edmonton.