Carol For Another Christmas
Locations of L.I. Shoots:
The Myerberg facility had once served as a hangar, a remnant from when the property was used as an airfield for military and commercial use.
The Michael Myerberg Studio repurposed as a nightclub ~ The New Yorker | April 16, 1966
Carol for Another Christmas, a 90-minute television adaptation written by Rod Serling, best known as the creator of The Twilight Zone, was the first in a series of 1960s-era made-for-television movies designed to promote the activities of the United Nations. It was also the only television program directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, the Oscar-winning writer and director of All About Eve. Its pedigree notwithstanding, Carol for Another Christmas was shown just once on ABC, on Dec. 28, 1964. ~ New York Times