Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The British dramatic anthology Studio 64 consisted of six original hour-long plays. Included herein were "Better Luck Next Time" by Stanley Mann, "The Devil and John Brown" by Ken Taylor, "A Wicked World" by Giles Cooper, "The Happy Moorings" by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall, and "The Close Prisoner" by Clive Exton. The series' best-remembered offering, and the only one still available for reappraisal, was "The Crunch," written by Nigel Kneale and starring Harry Andrews. Studio 64 was issued by ATV in 1964.