21 - 25 January 1969
The Desperate Hours
A trio of escaped convicts hold an Indianapolis family hostage in their own home, and are forced into a standoff with the local police.
25 February - 1 March 1969
The First Fish
When her husband becomes depressed by his failing business and souring marriage, a woman hires a call-girl to cheer him up.
25 - 29 March 1969
Three Russians claim that an obsure young woman is Princess Anastasia, a survivor of the Russian Revolution, in order to net themselves a fortune.
(Previously produced in 1955)
Translated from the play "Anastasia" by Marcelle Maurette.
29 April - 3 May 1969
Two Faces Of Murder
A police detective arrives at a Louisiana plantation on the trail of a murderer, as a series of apparently accidental deaths removes the family one by one.
10 - 14 June 1969
In 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, a group of young girls pretend to be possessed by the Devil, and spark a major series of witchcraft trials.
14 - 19 July 1969
Dinner With The Family
A man arranges an elaborate deception in order to convince his girlfriend that he is entertaining her at his old family home.
Translated by Edward Owen Marsh from the play "Le Rendezvous De Senlis".
2 - 6 September 1969
The Shifting Heart
An Italian family attempts to make a new life in 1950's Melbourne, but are met with racist attacks from their Australian neighbours.
7 - 11 October 1969
In mid-17th century Paris, a scheming hypocrite manages to gain control of his wealthy friend's family and finances.
Translated and adapted from the play "Tartuffe" by Moliere.
11 - 15 November 1969
Shadow In The Sun
When his daughter is threatened with expulsion from school in South Africa, a man resorts to blackmailing the headmistress.
16 - 20 December 1969
The King's Mare
King Henry VIII's fourth bride-to-be, Anne of Cleves, is none too excited about risking her head for a man she has never met.
Translated and adapted by Anita Loos from the play "La Jument Due Roi".