Project 120 was the first made for TV movie unit and made "The Killers" with Lee Marvin, which was released theatrically because of violence. The 120 referred to the two hour time slot. Later Universal TV movies were referred to as World Premieres when NBC aired them. The first one of that group was '"Fame is the Name of the Game". CBS had similar unit named for the runtime, Cinema Center 100, and one of those titles was, "A Step Out of Line", with Peter Falk and Vic Morrow.