Top of page

Film, Video Angel. The honest man Honest man

digital viewing copy

About this Item

Title

  • Angel. The honest man

Other Title

  • Honest man

Summary

  • 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, Angel finds an envelope containing $50 in the grocery store parking lot. She wants to add it to the money they are saving for a trip to Hawaii, but Johnny wants to first attempt to find the person who lost the money. Angel, now worried that the money belonged to someone who could not afford to lose it, puts notices in all the newspapers and another at the grocery store. Three people show up at separate times, claiming to have lost the money. Angel reluctantly gives it to one well-dressed man, Johnny gives another $50 to an attactive young woman, and they both give another $50 of their Hawaii money to a poor, raggedy old man. When the delivery boy from the grocery store shows up claiming it, they give the last of their Hawaii savings to him, but it turns out the lost money is part of a game show stunt. Because Johnny and Angel were so honest, they are invited to appear on the game show and claim their prize, but it doesn't turn out exactly as they expect.

Names

  • Oppenheimer, Jess, creator, television producer
  • Feldman, Edward H. (Edward Henry), 1920-1988, television producer
  • Sheldon, James, 1920-2016, film director
  • Alsberg, Arthur, 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
  • Nelson, Frank, actor
  • Soulé, Olan, 1909-1994, actor
  • Dawson, Hal K., actor
  • Browne, Kathie, 1930-2003, actor
  • Hastings, Bob, 1925-2014, actor
  • Tyler, Leon, actor
  • Burlingame Productions, production company
  • CBS Films (1955-1968) production company
  • CBS Television Network, broadcaster

Created / Published

  • United States : CBS Television Network, 1961-04-13.

Headings

  • -  Housewives--California--Humor
  • -  French--United States--Humor
  • -  Women immigrants--United States--Humor
  • -  Honesty--Humor
  • -  Money--Humor
  • -  Lost articles--Humor
  • -  Television game shows--Humor

Genre

  • Situation comedies (Television programs)
  • Fiction television programs

Notes

  • -  LP19836 U.S Copyright Office
  • -  Copyright: Burlingame Productions, Inc.; 12Apr61; LP19836.
  • -  Original broadcast date from the donor inventory.
  • -  Annie Fargé, Marshall Thompson, Doris Singleton, Don Keefer, Frank Nelson, Olan Soule, Hal Dawson, Kathie Browne, Bob Hastings, Leon Tyler.
  • -  Executive producer, Jess Oppenheimer ; script consultant, Bill Davenport ; director of photography, Robert De Grasse ; supervising film editor, Bud Molin ; music by Eliot Daniel.
  • -  Filmed at Desilu Studios, Culver City, California in 1960 or 1961.
  • -  Episode no. 25 (Internet movie database). Episode no. 30 (donor inventory).
  • -  Includes commercials for Johnson's Glade air freshener, Johnson's Jubilee cleaner, Gaines Gravy Train dog food, and Pledge furniture polish.
  • -  Sources used: Copyright catalog, motion pictures, 1960-1969, p. 22; OCLC record no. 818353897; Internet movie database, February 22, 2021; Terrace, V. Encyclopedia of television shows, 1925 through 2010, p. 44 viewed February 22, 2021 via Google books; M/B/RS digital donor inventory (Oppenheimer (Jess) Collection).

Medium

  • 1 video file (digital) (30 min.) : sd., b&w.

Source Collection

  • Oppenheimer (Jess) Collection (Library of Congress)

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2021604008

Online Format

  • image
  • video

Additional Metadata Formats

Rights & Access

The Library of Congress is not aware of any U.S. copyright or other restrictions in the vast majority of motion pictures in these collections. Absent any such restrictions, these materials are free to use and reuse.

In rare cases, copyrighted motion pictures are made available by special permission to the Library and may be used only for educational purposes. For example, the Gershwin home movies fall within this category. Rights assessment is your responsibility. No registration information exists for some titles, and reproduction of some titles may be restricted by privacy rights, publicity rights, licensing and trademarks. Additionally, some works may still be protected by copyright in the United States or some foreign countries. The written permission of the copyright owners in materials not in the public domain is required for distribution, reproduction, or other use of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use or other statutory exemptions.

Whenever possible, we provide information that we have about copyright owners and related matters in the catalog records, finding aids and other texts that accompany collections. You should consult the catalog information that accompanies each item for specific information. This catalog data provides the details known to the Library of Congress regarding the corresponding item and may assist you in making independent assessments of the legal status of these items for their desired uses. You should also consult restrictions associated with donations to the Library.

Credit Line: Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division.

More about Copyright and other Restrictions.

For guidance about compiling full citations consult Citing Primary Sources.

Cite This Item

Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate.

Chicago citation style:

Oppenheimer, Jess, Creator, Television Producer, Edward H Feldman, James Sheldon, Arthur Alsberg, William Davenport, Robert De Grasse, Annie Fargé, et al. Angel. The honest man. editeds by Molin, Buditor Of Moving Image Work, , composeds by Daniel, Eliotoser, , produceds by Burlingame Productionsuction Company United States: CBS Television Network, -04-13, 1961. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/2021604008/.

APA citation style:

Oppenheimer, J., Feldman, E. H., Sheldon, J., Alsberg, A., Davenport, W., De Grasse, R. [...] Cbs Television Network, B., Molin, B. O. M. I. W., ed. (1961) Angel. The honest man. Daniel, E., comp, , Burlingame Productionsuction Company, prod United States: CBS Television Network, -04-13. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2021604008/.

MLA citation style:

Oppenheimer, Jess, Creator, Television Producer, et al. Angel. The honest man. ed by Molin, Buditor Of Moving Image Work, , comp by Daniel, Eliotoser, , prod by Burlingame Productionsuction Company United States: CBS Television Network, -04-13, 1961. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2021604008/>.