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The Revlon Mirror Theater

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Also known as  'Mirror Theater'
Country of origin  United States
No. of seasons  2
Final episode date  12 December 1953
Number of episodes  23
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Presented by  Robin Chandler
Original language(s)  English
First episode date  23 June 1953
Number of seasons  2
Executive producer  Donald Davis
Directed by  Daniel Petrie Richard Irving Jack Donohue
Directors  Daniel Petrie, Richard Irving, Jack Donohue
Similar  The Star and the Story, Rolling Man, The David Niven Show, Alcoa Theatre, Fireside Theatre

The Revlon Mirror Theater (also known as Mirror Theater) was an American drama and anthology series. The series was broadcast on NBC from June 23, 1953 to September 1, 1953 and then on CBS for the rest of its run from September 19, 1953 to December 12, 1953. The series aired twenty-three episodes over its two seasons. The series was sponsored by the Revlon Cosmetics Corporation.


Cast & Crew

The series was presented by, at that time, Revlon spokeswoman Robin Chandler.

The series was directed by Daniel Petrie, Jack Donohue, and Richard Irving and produced by Donald Davis and his wife Dorothy Matthews and Rene Williams.

Guest Stars

Some guest stars of the series include Angela Lansbury, Ronald Reagan, Eva Marie Saint, Agnes Moorehead, Lee Marvin, Eddie Albert, Joanne Dru, and Dorothy Malone.

Broadcast history

  • Tuesdays from 8–8:30 PM on NBC from June 23 – September 1, 1953.
  • Saturdays from 10:30–11 PM on CBS from September 19 – December 12, 1953.
  • Episodes

    The following is the list of episodes that aired:

    Season 2

    (Note: The last episode of the series was a repeat of the season 2 premiere which aired on September 19, 1953. The repeat aired on December 12, 1953.)


    The Revlon Mirror Theater Wikipedia

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