Today would have marked the 100th birthday of Tyrone Power. He lived to be only 44, having died of a heart attack in 1958 while in Madrid.
In his career, Power contributed only one character to the greater TV Universe - that of Jean in an adaptation of August Strindberg's "Miss Julie". The play was presented in 'Armchair Theatre' December 23, 1956, two years before he died.
This production of "Miss Julie" undoubtedly would have been anchored to the TV dimension of ToobStage in which Life strays no farther than endless recreations of certain events with an artificial reality of theatricality.
I couldn't find any video clips of that performance, nor even any pictures, but I did find this League of Themselves appearance on 'What's My Line' (with the added bonus of Wally Cox as the guest panelist......)