Studio One spent one year as a radio drama series before its 1948 debut on TV live from New York. The Storm, starring Margaret Sullavan launched an anthology that would fill the tube's Golden Years with arguably the medium's best written and performed live drama. No other show would gather so many of Hollywood's future superstars - including Charlton Heston, Elizabeth Montgomery, Richard Kiley, Natalie Wood, James Dean and Grace Kelly - to work with scripts and diretion from Rod Serling, Gore Vidal, Sidney Lumet, John Frankenheiner and others, themselves bound for big screen glory. Week after week for ten years, Studio One brought live theatre into America's homes alongwith the one and only Betty Furness, the spokesperson for Westinghouse whose live commercials made her the most recognized and famous ommercial spokesperson in television history. Restored from kinescopes rescued from a condemmed Westinghouse warehouse, Studion One comes to home video for the first time complete with commercials as testament to a bygone era of live television and a tribute to those who created so uch with what was then a primitive technology.