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About this Item
- Angel. Angel's temper
- Angel's temper
- Angelique, known as Angel, moves from France to the United States to marry American architect, John Smith. The newlyweds set up housekeeping in Los Angeles, California. She tries her best to be a good housewife but sometimes runs into problems as she learns English and adapts to her new life and culture. In this episode Johnny is concerned that Angel loses her temper too easily. She vows to stay calm for one month, no matter what. After several weeks, Johnny starts to miss Angel's outbursts, so he contrives to "accidentally" sell her precious antique Napoleon clock. She loses her temper when she finds out, but Johnny reassures her that the sale was a joke. All is well until Johnny realizes that the man who purchased the clock was not the fake buyer he expected, but an actual collector. He buys the clock back and order is restored.
- Oppenheimer, Jess, creator, television producer, television director
- Feldman, Edward H. (Edward Henry), 1920-1988, television producer
- Fox, Fred, 1915-2005, screenwriter
- Elinson, Irving, screenwriter
- Davenport, William, 1925-1989, screenwriter, consultant
- De Grasse, Robert, 1900-1971, cinematographer
- Molin, Bud, editor of moving image work
- Daniel, Eliot, composer
- Fargé, Annie, 1934-2011, actor
- Thompson, Marshall, 1925-1992, actor
- Singleton, Doris, 1919-2012, actor
- Keefer, Don, 1916-2014, actor
- Blanc, Mel, actor
- Okazaki, Bob, 1902-1985, actor
- Mellinger, Max, 1906-1968, actor
- Dickinson, Carl, actor
- Burlingame Productions, production company
- CBS Films (1955-1968) production company
- CBS Television Network, broadcaster
Created / Published
- United States : CBS Television Network, 1960-11-10 ; United States : CBS Television Network, 1961-06-21.
- - Housewives--California--Humor
- - French--United States--Humor
- - Women immigrants--United States--Humor
- - Temper--Humor
- - Practical jokes--Humor
- - Clocks and watches--Collectors and collecting--Humor
- - Napoleon--I,--Emperor of the French,--1769-1821--Collectibles--Humor
- Situation comedies (Television programs)
- Fiction television programs
- - LP17898 U.S Copyright Office
- - Copyright: Burlingame Productions, Inc.; 9Nov60; LP17898.
- - Episode title, original air date, and rebroadcast date from donor inventory.
- - Annie Fargé, Marshall Thompson, Doris Singleton, Don Keefer, Mel Blanc, Bob Okazaki, Max Mellinger, Carl Dickinson.
- - Executive producer, Jess Oppenheimer ; script consultant, Bill Davenport ; director of photography, Robert De Grasse ; supervising film editor, Bud Molin ; music by Eliot Daniel.
- - This episode was rebroadcast in June, 1961 with different commercials.
- - The beginning title and credit animation on the original broadcast copy is different from other episodes in this series.
- - Filmed at Desilu Studios, Culver City, California in 1960.
- - Episode no. 5 (Internet movie database). Episode no. 9 (donor inventory).
- - LC holds both the original and the rebroadcast copies.
- - original broadcast copy: includes commercials for Johnson's Klear floor wax, Johnson's Glade air freshener, Yuban instant coffee, and Pledge furniture polish. Also includes a promo for Dick Powell's Zane Grey theatre.
- - rebroadcast copy: includes commercials for Raid House & Garden Bug Killer, Johnson's Glade air freshener, Gaines Gravy Train dog food, and Off! insect repellant. Also includes a promo for The Danny Thomas show.
- - Sources used: Copyright catalog, motion pictures, 1960-1969, p. 22; OCLC record no. 818353897; Internet movie database, January 5, 2021; Terrace, V. Encyclopedia of television shows, 1925 through 2010, p. 44 viewed January 5, 2021 via Google books; M/B/RS digital donor inventory (Oppenheimer (Jess) Collection).
- original broadcast copy 1 video file (digital) (30 min.) : sd., b&w.
- rebroadcast copy 1 video file (digital) (30 min.) : sd., b&w.
- Oppenheimer (Jess) Collection (Library of Congress)
Library of Congress Control Number
Additional Metadata Formats
- Blanc, Mel
- Burlingame Productions
- CBS Films
- CBS Television Network
- Daniel, Eliot
- Davenport, William
- De Grasse, Robert
- Dickinson, Carl
- Elinson, Irving
- Fargé, Annie
- Feldman, Edward H. (Edward Henry)
- Fox, Fred
- Keefer, Don
- Mellinger, Max
- Molin, Bud
- Okazaki, Bob
- Oppenheimer, Jess
- Singleton, Doris
- Thompson, Marshall
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Chicago citation style:
Oppenheimer, Jess, Creator, Television Producer, Television Director, Edward H Feldman, Fred Fox, Irving Elinson, William Davenport, Robert De Grasse, Annie Fargé, et al. Angel. Angel's temper. editeds by Molin, Buditor Of Moving Image Work, , composeds by Daniel, Eliotoser, , produceds by Burlingame Productionsuction Company United States: CBS Television Network, -11-10 ; United States: CBS Television Network, 1961-06-21, 1961. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/2020600089/.
APA citation style:
Oppenheimer, J., Feldman, E. H., Fox, F., Elinson, I., Davenport, W., De Grasse, R. [...] Cbs Television Network, B., Molin, B. O. M. I. W., ed. (1961) Angel. Angel's temper. Daniel, E., comp, , Burlingame Productionsuction Company, prod United States: CBS Television Network, -11-10 ; United States: CBS Television Network, 1961-06-21. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2020600089/.
MLA citation style:
Oppenheimer, Jess, Creator, Television Producer, Television Director, et al. Angel. Angel's temper. ed by Molin, Buditor Of Moving Image Work, , comp by Daniel, Eliotoser, , prod by Burlingame Productionsuction Company United States: CBS Television Network, -11-10 ; United States: CBS Television Network, 1961-06-21, 1961. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2020600089/>.