On the Spot (Series) (1953-1954)

The first attempt by the National Film Board at film production for television, On the Spot was a series of documentaries on aspects of life in Canada. The series was originated by Bernard Devlin, who produced a parallel series, called Sur le vif, for the French language service. For the first season, the programs ran fifteen minutes on Tuesday evening, but the show expanded to fill a half-hour slot on Sunday nights.

Cast:
Lloyd Bochner....Host
Fred Davis....Host


Original Broadcaster(s): CBC

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