Network: CBC Television Network
Broadcast Run: 1962 to 1964
Broadcast Medium: Television
Aired weekdays from 1962 to 1964.
This short-lived series was a first attempt at daytime drama by the CBC. Unfortunately it suffered from stiff scripts and poor plot-lines. Nevertheless, the series did attempt to draw viewers on a daily basis with stories that were resolved week-to-week. It featured John Drainie and Ronald Cohoon in the lead roles. The producer was George McCowan with characters created by Robert and Kathleen Lindsay. The show had a sizeable budget and achieved syndication sales to the United States, but failed to continue.
John Draine as Amos Currey
Ron Cohoon as Luke Currey
Beth Lockerbie as Kate Russell
Lucy Warner as Ginny Russell
Ed McNamara as Harry Russell
Suzanne Bryant as Janice Turner
Gordon Pinsent as David Black
Written by John Corcelli – May, 2005