Dear Home Theater Forum Members, The Web has given me new opportunities to reconnect with a lot of old TV memories - but this one - may be too old for anyone to remember. I think it was one of those 30 minute, Black & White dramas you would see on Playhouse 90 or Studio One - in the 1960's. A WWII soldier falls on a grenade in his foxhole, thus saving the lives of 3 other soldiers - but he loses an arm in the process. Years go by, only to find him totally discouraged and at the end of his rope. He decides to visit the soldiers whose lives he had saved. He finds the first one sweeping the floor of a laboratory. This discovery really pisses him off - saying to himself - I gave up my arm so this guy could become a janitor. What he does not know is that the man he came to visit was preparing "his" laboratory for a press conference to present to the world a new drug that would not have been discovered if he had died in that foxhole. The other 2 soldiers also had similar success' in their lives that were not obvious and could be misconstrued. And in the beginning of the show, to him, they were. In the end the one-armed man ended up pretty proud of himself. I remember surfing the channels and was going to change the channel but got caught up in the storyline. I am sure the message of the story seeped into my character. I now tend to wait for all the facts to come in - before making a final decision about anything. I am now 65 years of age and I would like to see this TV show again before I kick-the-bucket or at least get to read the manuscript. Does anyone - have any idea - where I can relive this memory? Thank you in advance, Fred R. Way, Jr.