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 Season 8 (CBS) (1962-63)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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    CBS Thursdays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern (20Sep62-20Dec62)

    CBS Fridays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern (04Jan63-24May63)

  8.01 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: A PIECE OF THE ACTION (verified on film)

20Sep1962 CBS Thur

Producer Norman Lloyd
Teleplay by Alfred Hayes
From a story by Oliver Barrett
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of photography John L. Russell
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Gig Young ........ Duke Marsden
Martha Hyer ....... Alice Marsden
Co-starring
Gene Evans ........ Ed Krutcher
Robert Redford .... Chuck
with
Nick Dennis ....... Danny
Raymond Bailey .... Allie Saxon
Roger De Koven .... Nate
Kreg Martin ....... Smiley
Jack Sahakian ..... Gambler
Ralph Smiley ...... Waiter
Dee J. Thompson ... Kelly
Robert Reiner ..... Pete
Kam Tong .... Kimo the Houseboy (uncredited)
*
Art Director ...... Howard E. Johnson
Film Editor ....... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor .... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Lyle Cain
Assistant Director .... Jack Doran
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & James S. Redd
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

Professional gambler Duke Marsden endangers himself by winning against an ex-hood.

 

  8.02   [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: DON'T LOOK BEHIND YOU (verified on film)
27Sep1962 CBS Thur
Producer Norman Lloyd
Teleplay by Barre Lyndon
From a novel by Samuel Rogers
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Jeffrey Hunter .... Harold
Vera Miles ........ Daphne
co-starring
Abraham Sofaer .... Dr. MacFarlane
Dick Sargent ...... Dave Fulton
Alf Kjellin ....... Edwin Volck
with
Mary Scott ........ Wanda Hatfield
Madge Kennedy ..... Mrs. MacFarlane
Ralph Roberts ..... Paul Hatfield
Clancy Cooper ..... Police Lieutenant
Suzanne Noel ...... Woman
*
Art Director ...... Martin Obzina
Film Editor ....... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor .... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Earl Crain Sr.
Assistant Director ... Wallace Worsley
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A medical student thinks she's next on the murder list after several women have been murdered.

 

 8.03 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: NIGHT OF THE OWL (verified on film)

04Oct1962 CBS Thur

Producer Joan Harrison
Teleplay by Richard Fielder
From a story by Andrew Garve
Directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Music Score Lyn Murray

Guest Cast:

Brian Keith  ........ Jim Mallory

co-starring
Patricia Breslin .. Linda Mallory
Mike Kellin ....... Parker
with
Robert Bray ....... Lt. Hank Ames
Philip Coolidge ... Locke
Frank Ferguson .... Captain Garner
Norman Leavitt .... Ben Taylor
Terry Ann Ross .... Barbara Mallory
and
Claudia Cravey .... Anne Mallory
*
Art Director ...... Howard E. Johnson
Film Editor ....... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Editorial Dept. Head ... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor ... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Lyle Cain
Assistant Director ... Hilton A. Green
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

            For years a forest ranger and his wife have kept from their adopted daughter the tragic truth of her

            real parents. Now a stranger appears who threatens to reveal their carefully guarded secret. 

            (11Apr63 A-R London UK, Thur 9:45 pm)

 

  8.04 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: I SAW THE WHOLE THING (verified on film)

11Oct1962 CBS Thur

Producer Joan Harrison
Teleplay by Henry Slesar
From a story by Henry Cecil
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Director of photography Benjamin H. Kline
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
John Forsythe  ........ Michael Barnes

co-starring
Kent Smith ......... Jerry O'Hara
Evans Evans ........ Penny Sanford
John Fiedler ....... Malcolm Stuart
with
Philip Ober ........ Colonel John Hoey
John Zaremba ....... Richard Anderson
Barney Phillips .... Lt. Sweet
William Newell ..... Sam Peterson
Willis Bouchey ..... Judge B. Neilson
Rusty Lane ......... Judge Martin
Billy Wells ........ George Peabody
Robert Karnes ...... The Police Sergeant
Maurice Manson ..... The Doctor
Kenneth Harp ....... The Bailiff
Anthony Jochim ..... Foreman
Lou Byrne .......... The Nurse
Mel Jass ........... The Recorder
Marc Cavell ........ The Young Man
Ronnie Rondell Jr... The Motorcyclist
Ben Pollock ........ The Court Clerk
and
Claire Griswold .... Joanne Dowling
*
Art Director ...... Martin Obzina
Film Editor ....... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Editorial Dept. Head .... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor .... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Ed Somers
Assistant Director .... Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A mystery writer is accused of hitting a motorcyclist. [DM]

Synopsis:
Mystery writer Mike Barnes is involved in a hit-and-run accident.

Barnes gives himself up and decides to handle his own defense. [RF]
*Note: The script by Henry Slesar and Henry Cecil derives its suspense

from the question of the reliability of the eyewitnesses.

 

8.05 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: CAPTIVE AUDIENCE (verified on film)
18Oct1962
Producer Joan Harrison
Teleplay by Richard Levinson & William Link
Based on a novel by John Bingham
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
James Mason  ........ Warren Barrow
Angie Dickinson  ........ Janet West/Janet Waverly
Co-starring

Arnold Moss  ........ Victor Hartman

Ed Nelson  ........ Tom Keller
Roland Winters  ........ Ivar West

with
Don Matheson  ........ Jack Pierson
Sara Shane  ........ Helen Barrow
Bart Burns  ........ Summers
Geraldine Wall  ........ Mrs. Hurley
Renee Godfrey  ........ Hartman's secretary
Cosmo Sardo  ........ Croupier

Barbara Dane ....... The Folk Singer
*
Art Director ...... Martin Obzina
Film Editor ....... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor .... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. William Russell
Assistant Director .... Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A tape recording sounds all too real, for a publisher.

 

8.06 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: FINAL VOW (verified on film)
25-Oct-1962
Producer Norman Lloyd
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Henry Slesar
Directed by Norman Lloyd
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:

Carol Lynley ....... Sister Pamela
Clu Gulager ........ Jimmy Bresson
with
Don Hanmer ......... Wormer
Carmen Phillips .... Bess Macken
Isobel Elsom ....... Reverend Mother
Charity Grace ...... Sister Jem
Nora Marlowe ....... The Landlady
Sam Gilman ......... Lt. Shapiro
John Zaremba ....... Mr. Meecham
Sara Taft .......... Sister Lydia
Gaylord Cavallaro .. The Butler
Bridget Rohland .... The First Girl
Darlene Lucht ...... The Second Girl
Craig Duncan ....... The Sergeant
Virginia Aldridge .. The Lay Sister
Hinton Pope ........ The Train Conductor
and
R.G. Armstrong ..... William Downey
*
Art Director ...... Martin Obzina
Film Editor ....... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor ...... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Earl Crain Jr.
Assistant Director ...... Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis 1:

A nun leaves the convent to track down the thief of a stolen statue.

Synopsis 2:
When a valuable statue of St. Francis is stolen from Sister Pamela,

 the young nun blames herself for the loss and decides to hunt down the thief. [TA]

8.07 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: ANNABELLE (verified on film)
01-Nov-1962
Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Robert Bloch
From a story by Patricia Highsmith
Directed by Paul Henreid
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Dean Stockwell  ........ David Kelsey
Susan Oliver  ........ Annabelle
Kathleen Nolan ..... Doris
co-starring
Gary Cockrell ...... Wes Carmichael
Hank Brandt ........ Gerald Delaney
Charles Robinson ... Wes
Lisabeth Hush ...... Linda
with
Florence MacMichael .. Daisy
Bert Remsen ........ The Sheriff
Bryan O'Byrne ...... Mr. Phelps
*
Art Director ...... Russell Kimball
Film Editor ....... Edward W. Williams A.C.E.
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor .... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Lyle Cain
Assistant Director ..... Frank Fox
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A chemist doesn't want to accept that his ex-girlfriend is married to another.

 

8.08 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: HOUSE GUEST (verified on film)
08-Nov-1962
Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Henry Slesar & Marc Brandel
From a story by Andrew Garve
Directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
MacDonald Carey .... John Mitchell
Robert Sterling .... Ray Roscoe
co-starring
Peggy McCay ........ Sally Mitchell
Bill Mumy .......... Tony Mitchell
with
Karl Swenson ....... George Sherston
Adele Mara ......... Eve Sherston
Robert Armstrong ... Charles Faulkner
Linda Rand ......... Kira
William Hellinger .. Workman
*
Art Director ...... Martin Obzina
Film Editor ....... Edward W. Williams A.C.E.
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. David H. Moriarty
Assistant Director. Frank Losee
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

John Mitchell gets more than he bargained for when he offers a young man a new start.

 

8.09 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE BLACK CURTAIN (verified on film)
15-Nov-62 (rerun 22Feb63)
Producer Norman Lloyd
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Joel Murcott
From a story by Cornell Woolrich
Directed by Sidney Pollack
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Cast:
Richard Basehart ... Phil Townsend
Lola Albright ...... Ruth
co-starring
Harold J. Stone .... The Taxi Driver
Gail Kobe .......... Virginia
with
James Farentino .... Bernie
Neil Nephew ........ Chuck
Celia Lovsky ....... Mrs. Fisher
George Mitchell .... the Druggist
Andy Romano ........ P.A.L. Officer
William Sharon ..... The Man
Frank Sully ........ The Drunk
Joe Trapaso ........ Motorcycle Policeman
and
Lee Phillips ....... Frank Carlin
*
Art Director ...... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor ....... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. William Russell
Assistant Director. Ronnie R. Rondell
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Robert G. Bradfield
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis 1:
For three years Phil Townsend has suffered from amnesia,

but a blow on the head changes all that. When Phil comes to,

he's afraid that he won't get to his wedding on time--not realizing

that he's already 36 months late. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
Phil Townsend, who has suffered from amnesia for three years, rushes off to

his wedding - not realizing that he's already 36 months late. [RF]

 

8.10 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: DAY OF RECKONING (verified on film)
22-Nov-1962
Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Richard Levinson & William Link
From a story by John Garden
Directed by Jerry Hopper
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Score Lyn Murray
Starring:
Barry Sullivan  ........ Paul Sampson
Guest Stars:
Claude Akins ........ Sheriff Jordan
Katharine Bard ...... Caroline Sampson
Hugh Marlowe ........ Harold
Jeremy Slate ........ Trent Parker
K.T. Stevens ........ Alex
and
Louis Hayward ....... Judge David Wilcox
with
Les Tremayne ........ Dr. Ryder
Robert Cornthwaite .. The District Attorney
Alexander Lockwood .. Dr. Campbell
James Flavin ........ The Coroner
Tom Begley .......... The Court Clerk
Buck Taylor ......... Frazier
Hinton Pope ......... Police Officer
and
Dee Hartford ........ Felicity Sampson
*
Art Director ...... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor ....... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Robert Bertrand
Assistant Director. Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A mild-mannered man can't convince anyone that he killed his unfaithful wife.

 

8.11 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: RIDE THE NIGHTMARE (verified on film)
29-Nov-1962
Producer Norman Lloyd
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Richard Matheson
From a story by Richard Matheson
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of photography William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music Lyn Murray
Music Score Richard Shores
Guest Stars:

Hugh O'Brian ........ Christopher Martin
Gena Rowlands ....... Helen Martin
with
John Anderson ....... Adam
Jay Lanin ........... Fred
Richard Shannon ..... Steve
Philippa Bevans ..... Mrs. Anthony
Gail Bonney ......... The Elderly Woman
Olan Soule .......... Bill
Richard Franchot .... The Bank Teller
George Gaynes ....... Mr. Campbell
*
Art Director ...... Russell Kimball
Film Editor ....... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Earl Crain Sr.
Assistant Director. Wallace Worsley
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

Chris Martin is living a nightmare replete with blackmail, kidnapping and murder.

 

8.12 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: HANGOVER (verified on film)
06-Dec-1962
Producer Norman Lloyd
Teleplay by Lou Rambeau
From a story by John D. MacDonald & Charles Runyon
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Tony Randall ...... Hadley Purvis
Jayne Mansfield ...... Marion

with
Dodie Heath ...... Sandra Purvis
Robert P. Lieb ...... Bill Hunter
Tyler McVey ...... District Attorney Driscoll
Richard Franchot ...... Albert
Myron Healey ...... Bob Blake
James Maloney ...... Cushman
Chris Roman ...... Cliff
June Levant ...... Saleswoman
William Phipps ...... Bartender

*
Art Director ...... Raymond Beal
Film Editor ....... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor .... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Earl Crain Sr.
Assistant Director .... Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A man wakes up with a hangover, his wife is missing and in her place is a beautiful blonde.

 

8.13 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: BONFIRE (verified on film)
13-Dec-1962
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Alfred Hayes & William D. Gordon
From a story by V.S. Pritchett
Directed by Joseph Pevney
Director of photography William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music Pete Rugolo

Guest Stars:
Peter Falk ...... Robert Evans
Dina Merrill ...... Laura

Co-starring
Patricia Collinge ...... Naomi Freshwater

with
Sam Weston ...... Taxi Driver
Paul von Schreiber ...... Youth
Craig Curtis ...... Young Man
Craig Duncan ...... Police Officer

*
Art Director ...... Raymond Beal
Film Editor ....... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Editorial Dept. Head ... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor ...... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Earl Crain Sr.
Assistant Director ..... Frank Losee
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

Desperate for the mansion to become his gospel temple Evangelist Robert Evans will do what it takes.

 

8.14 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE TENDER POISONER
20-Dec-1962
Teleplay by Lukas Heller
From a story by John Bingham
Directed by Leonard Horn
Guest Stars:
Howard Duff ...... Peter Harding
Dan Dailey ...... Philip Bartel
Jan Sterling ...... Beatrice Bartel

Co-starring
Bettye Ackerman ...... Lorna Dickson

Philip Reed ......... John O'Brien

with
William Bramley ..... Lt. McDonald
Richard Bull ........ Detective
Robert Reiner ....... Policeman
G. Stanley Jones .... Drugstore Clerk
Synopsis:

Two tycoons vying for a beautiful woman battle at  all costs.

 

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Moves from CBS Thursdays to Fridays 10:00pm

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8.15 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE THIRTY FIRST OF FEBRUARY

04-Jan-1963

Teleplay by Richard Matheson

From a story by Julian Symons
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest Stars:
William Conrad ...... Sgt. Cresse
Elizabeth Allen ...... Molly O'Rourke
David Wayne ...... Andrew Anderson

Co-starring
William Sargent ...... Peter Granville
Bob Crane ...... Charlie Lessing

with

Staats Cotsworth ...... Mr. Vincent
King Calder ...... Riverton
Bernadette Hale ...... Miss Wright
Kathleen O'Malley ...... Valerie Anderson
Steven Gravers ...... Psychiatrist

Synopsis:

After the death of his wife bizarre events occur which drive the widower insane. [DM]

 

8.16 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED (verified on film)
11-Jan-1963
Producer Joan Harrison
Teleplay by Henry Slesar
From a story by Mary Belloc Lowndes
Directed by Jack Smight
Director of photography William Margulies
Music Lyn Murray

Guest Stars:
Anne Francis ........ Eve Raydon
Ruth Roman .......... Addie
Gladys Cooper ....... Mrs. Raydon
Steve Dunne ......... Jack Wentworth
Co-starring
Michael Strong ...... Molloy
Tim O'Connor ........ Halstead
with
Gene Lyons .......... Howard Raydon
Charles Irving ...... The Judge
Theodore Newton ..... The Doctor
Fern Barry .......... The Maid
Michael Crisalli .... Gilly Strain
*
Art Director ...... Raymond Beal
Film Editor ....... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. David H. Moriarty
Assistant Director. Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:
When a distraught housekeeper murders her employer,  the dead man's wife is charged with the crime.

 

8.17 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour:

 FORECAST: LOW CLOUDS AND COASTAL FOG (verified on film)
18-Jan-1963
Producer Leon Benson
Teleplay by Lee Erwin
Directed by Charles Haas
Director of photography Lyn Murray
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Dan O'Herlihy ....... Simon Carter
Inger Stevens ....... Karen Wilson

Co-starring
Christopher Dark ....... Manuel Sanchez
Chris Robinson ....... Ricky
Richard Jaeckel ....... Tom
Peter Brown ....... Ed

with

Simon Scott ......... Stan Wilson
Russell Thorsen ..... Geary
Robert Millar ....... Mitch
Greg Morris ......... Intern
*
Art Director ...... Raymond Beal
Film Editor ....... Lee Huntington, A.C.E.
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Lyle Cain
Assistant Director. James H. Brown
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Maurice Mulcahy
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A housekeeper murders her employer and the wife is charged. [DM]

Synopsis 2:

A woman is plunged into a nightmare after she refuses to aid a man and his badly beaten girlfriend.

 

8.18 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: A TANGLED WEB
25-Jan-1963 (rebroadcast 26Jul63)
Producer Norman Lloyd
Teleplay by James Bridges
From a story by Nicholas Blake
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Robert Redford ....... David Chesterman
Barry Morse ....... Carl Gault
Zohra Lampert ....... Maria
Cathleen Cordell ....... Mrs. Spaulding
Gertrude Flynn ....... Ethel Chesterman
Syl Lamont ....... Photographer
Hinton Pope ....... Cab Driver
Hal Bokar ....... Reporter
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ....... Student
Elizabeth Thompson ....... Student's girlfriend

Synopsis:

A romantic triangle leads to mayhem and murder. [DM]

Synopsis:
After marrying the family maid against his socialite mother's wishes, David Chesterman

and his bride seek advice from David's friend Karl Gault, a wig-maker. [RF]

 

8.19 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: TO CATCH A BUTTERFLY (verified on film)
02-Feb-1963
Producer David Lowell Rich
Teleplay by Richard Fielder
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Bradford Dillman ....... Bill Nelson

Co-starring
Diana Hyland ....... Janet Nelson
Edward Asner ....... Jack Stander

with
June Dayton ....... Barbara Stander
Than Wyenn ....... Dr. Burns
Mickey Sholdar ....... Eddie Stander
Clegg Hoyt ....... Trucker
John Pickard ....... First Fireman
Andy Romano ....... Second Fireman
John Newton ......... The Policeman

*
Art Director ........ Raymond Beal
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Lyle Cain
Assistant Director. Ray Taylor Jr.
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Robert C. Bradfield
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis 1:

A neighbor's disturbed son is planning murder. [DM]

Synopsis:
Bill and Janet Nelson are disturbed by the weird behavior of Eddie stander,

the little boy who lives next door. After some unsuccessful efforts to befriend Eddie,

Bill comes to the conclusion that the child is disturbed and needs help. [RF]

 

8.20 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE PARAGON
08-Feb-1963


Producer Joan Harrison
Teleplay by Alfred Hayes / From a story by Rebecca West
Directed by James Smight
Director of photography John L. Russell
Guest Stars:
Joan Fontaine ....... Alice Pemberton
Gary Merrill ....... John Pemberton
Virginia Vincent ....... Madge Fletcher
William Sargent ....... Walter Fletcher
Richard Carlyle ....... Leo Wales
Linda Leighton ....... Evie Wales
June Walker ....... Mrs. Wales

Willis Bouchey ...... Mr. Norton
Irene Tedrow ........ Ethel
Synopsis 1:

After years of living with his meddlesome wife, John comes up with the perfect solution. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
Alice Pemberton loves to do things for people, but her beneficiaries are sick and

tired of her meddling in their affairs. Alice's husband John, who is also beginning

to resent her, hopes that she finds her reward in heaven - and is even thinking of

getting her there a little sooner than she expects. [RF]

 

8.21 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour:

I'LL BE THE JUDGE, I'LL BE THE JURY
15-Feb-1963
Producer Norman Lloyd
Teleplay by Lukas Heller
From a story by Elizabeth Hely
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of photography John F. Warren
Guest Stars:
Albert Salmi ....... Theodore Bond
Peter Graves ....... Mark Needham
Sarah Marshall ....... Louise Trevor
Ed Nelson ....... Alex Trevor
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ....... Inspector Ortiz
Eileen O'Neill ....... Laura Needham
Zolya Talma ....... Mrs. Bond
Eric Tovar ....... Perez
Judith DeHart ....... Margaret
Martin Garralaga ....... Mexican Priest

Synopsis:

A policeman uses his wife as a decoy. [DM]

Synopsis:
The Needhams' Mexican honeymoon ends in tragedy when Mark Needham

finds his young bride murdered. Not satisfied with the local investigation,

Mark decides to find the killer himself. [RF]

 

8.22 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: DIAGNOSIS: DANGER
01-Mar-1963
Producer Roland Kibbee
Teleplay by Roland Kibbee
Directed by Sydney Pollack
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Michael Parks ....... Dr. Dan Dana
Irene Martin ....... Mrs. Benson
Charles McGraw ....... Mr. Oliver
Marc Cavell ....... Alf
Rupert Crosse ....... Dr. Mackey
Al Ruscio ....... Dr. Taylor
Stefan Gierasch ....... Sgt. Boyle
Celia Lovsky ....... Mrs. Jatouba
Clarke Gordon ....... Dr. Miller
Berkeley Harris ....... Deputy Sheriff Judd
Dee J. Thompson ....... Miss Nelson
Douglas Henderson ....... Huntziger
Gus Trikonis ....... Gordie
Allen Joseph ....... Dr. Abrams
Helen Westcott ....... Mrs. Fletcher
Marc Rambeau ....... Doug
Howard Wendell ....... General Petitioner
Audrey Swanson ....... Office Nurse
Synopsis 1:
An outbreak of anthrax in Los Angeles threatens to panic the city

until the health department's Dr. Dan Dana arrives to track down the

source of the disease. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
An unidentified body is found near a highway - and the cause of death is anthrax,

an extremely infectious disease. County health officer Simon Oliver tries to avert panic

in the area by keeping the news secret while police try to find out who the dead man

was and where he came from. [RF]

 

8.23 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE LONELY HOURS (verified on film)
08-Mar-1963
Producer Joan Harrison
Teleplay by William D. Gordon
Based on the novel "The Hours Before Dawn" by Celia Fremlin
Directed by Jack Smight
Director of photography John F. Warren
Guest Stars:

Nancy Kelly ......... Vera Brandon / Mrs. Williams
Gena Rowlands ....... Louise Henderson
Co-starring
Joyce Van Patten .... Grace Thorpe
with
Alice Backes ........ The Policewoman
Willa Pearl Curtis .. Hassie
Juanita Moore ....... Mrs. McFarland
Jackie Russell ...... Sandra
Mary Adams .......... The Nurse
Jesslyn Fax ......... Miss McGuiness
Sally Smith ......... Marjorie Henderson
Jennifer Gillespie .. Celia
Annette Ferra ....... Harriet Henderson
*
Art Director ........ Raymond Beal
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. William Russell
Assistant Director .... Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Robert C. Bradfield
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A boarder shows unusual interest in her child.

 

8.24 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE STAR JUROR (verified on film)
15-Mar-1963
Producer Norman Lloyd
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by James Bridges
Based on a story by Francis Didelot
Directed by Herschel Daugherty
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Music Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Dean Jagger  ........... George Davies
Betty Field ........... Jenny Davies
Will Hutchins ......... J.J. Fenton

Co-starring
Crahan Denton ......... Sheriff Walter Watson
Katherine Squire ...... Mrs. Fenton
Cathie Merchant ....... Lola
Harry Harvey, Sr. ..... Dr. Vince

with
Josie Lloyd ........... Pauline Davies
Jennifer West ......... Alice Morse
William Challee .......... Jess

Burt Mustin ......... Jury Foreman
Mark Murray ......... Jack
Sam Reese ........... Martin Hendrix
Lew Brown ........... Prosecuting Attorney
Martine Bartlett .... Flossie
Kathryn Card ........ Elsie Grissom
Dennis Guernsey ..... Bob
Don Hanmer .......... Leo Lloyd
Ray Hemphill ........ Pete
John McLiam ......... Judge Higgins
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor ......... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Lyle Cain
Assistant Director. Carter DeHaven, III
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Glen L. Daniels
Costumes by ....... Vincent Dee
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis 1:

George Davies is a member of the jury

that is trying another man for the crime he committed.

Synopsis 2:
George Davies murders a coquettish young lady named Lola but Lola's boyfriend,

J.J. Fenton, gets stuck with the murder rap - and Davies is picked to serve on the jury. [RF]

 

8.25 [293] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE LONG SILENCE (verified on film)

22Mar63 CBS Fri

Producer Robert Douglas
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by William D. Gordon & Charles Beaumont
Based on a story by Hilda Lawrence
Directed by Robert Douglas
Director of photography Benjamin H. Kline
Editor Edward W. Williams
Music Lyn Murray
Guest Cast:

Michael Rennie ....... Ralph Manson

Phyllis Thaxter  ....... Nora Cory Manson

Co-starring

Natalie Trundy ....... Jean Dekker

James McMullen ....... George Cory

with

Connie Gilchrist .......Emma

Vaughn Taylor ....... Dr. Babcock

Rees Vaughn ....... Robbie Cory

Claude Stroud ..... Edgar Ogden

*
Art Director ........ Raymond Beal
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. John W. Rixey
Assistant Director. Ben Bishop
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & George Milo
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

           Wealthy Nora Cory, paralyzed and mute, knows that her second husband

            was responsible for her son's death - and fears  he is now planning to kill her. [TA]

 

8.26 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: AN OUT FOR OSCAR (verified on film)
05-Apr-1963
Producer Norman Lloyd
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by David Goodis
Based on a story by Henry Kane
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of photography William Margulies
Music Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:

Henry Silva ....... Bill Grant

Linda Christian ....... Eva Ashley
Larry Storch ....... Oscar Blenny
with
David White ....... Detective Burr
John Marley ....... Mike
Rayford Barnes ....... Ronald
Myron Healey ....... Peter Rogan
Alan Napier ....... Mr. Hodges
George Petrie ....... Rogers

*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor ......... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. William Russell
Assistant Director. John Clarke Bowman
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A timid bank teller schemes to free himself from his unfaithful wife and her lover.

 

8.27 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour:

DEATH AND THE JOYFUL WOMAN (verified on film)
12-Apr-1963
Producer Norman Lloyd
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by James Bridges
Based on a story by Ellis Peters
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Laraine Day ....... Ruth
Gilbert Roland ....... Luis Aguilar

Co-starring
Tom Lowell ....... Dominic Felse
Laura Devon ....... Kitty Norris
Don Galloway ....... Al Aguilar

Maggie Pierce ....... Jean Aguilar

with
Raymond Greenleaf ... The Doctor
Richard Bull ........ The Butler
Andy Romano ......... The Assistant
Jack Sahakian ....... The Man
and
Frank Overton ....... George Felse
*
Art Director ........ Raymond Beal
Film Editor ......... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Corson Jowett
Assistant Director. Frank Losee
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & George Milo
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A father and son come to heads after a drinking bout.

 

8.28 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour:

LAST SEEN WEARING BLUE JEANS (verified on film)
09-Apr-1963
Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Lou Rambeau
From a story by Amber Dean
Directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Michael Wilding ....... David Saunders
Anna Lee ....... Roberta Saunders

Katherine Crawford ....... Loren Saunders
Randy Boone ....... Pete Tanner
Co-starring

Karl Lukas .......... Mel Tanner
James Anderson ....... Vince Cates

with
Jesse Jacobs ....... Grosse
Eve McVeagh ....... Rose Cates
Russ Conway ....... Henderson
Kreg Martin ....... Al

Jose De Vega ........ Gato
Frank Albertson ..... Tom Batterman
Carlos Romero ....... Alfau
Tito De Mario ....... First Youth
Ricky Vera .......... Second Youth
Paul Fierro ......... The Priest
Rose Montiel ........ Maria
*
Art Director ........ Raymond Beal
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Corson Jowett
Assistant Director. Donald Baer
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & George Milo
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis 1:

A young girl becomes a target after witnessing a crime. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
At a roadside cafe, Lauren Saunders falls asleep in the back of a station wagon

and ends up in Mexico - where she witnesses a murder. [RF]
 

8.29 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE DARK POOL (verified on film)
03-May-1963
Producer Joan Harrison
Teleplay by Alec Coppel & William D. Gordon
From a story by William D. Gordon
Directed by Jack Smight
Director of photography John L. Russell
Guest Stars:

Lois Nettleton ...... Dianne Castillejo
Anthony George ...... Victor Castillejo
Madlyn Rhue ......... Consuela Sandine
Co-starring
David White ......... Lance Hawthorn
Eugene Iglesias ..... Pedro Sanchez
with
Doris Lloyd ......... Mrs. Gibbs
John Zaremba ........ Coroner
Walter Woolf King ... Senator Hayes
Isobel Elsom ........ Sister Marie Therese
Eva Novak ........... Mrs. Hayes
Bess Flowers ........ Mrs. Pradanos
Paul Bradley ........ Mr. Pradanos
*
Art Director ........ Frank Arrigo
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Ed Somers
Assistant Director. Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & George Milo
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Leo Lotito Jr.
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis 1:

After her child drowns, a woman's nightmares come to haunt her.

Synopsis 2:
Dianne Castillejo was responsible for the accidental drowning of her adopted child,

but she persuaded the governess to accept the blame. Now, a woman claiming to

be the child's real mother shows up - and says that she knows that Dianne is guilty. [RF]

 

8.30 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: DEAR UNCLE GEORGE (verified on film)
10-May-1963
Producer Norman Lloyd
Teleplay by Richard Levinson & William Link & James Bridges
From a story by Richard Levinson & William Link
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of Photography William Margulies
Guest Stars:

Gene Barry .......... John Chambers
John Larkin ......... Simon Aldritch
co-starring
Patricia Donahue .... Louise Chambers
Dabney Coleman ...... Tom Esterow
Lou Jacobi .......... Lt. Wolfson
with
Robert Sampson ...... Sgt. Duncan
Brendon T. Dillon ... Sam
Alicia Li ........... Bea
Charity Grace ....... Mrs. Weatherby
Jimmy Joyce ......... The Fingerprint Man
Joe Trapaso ......... The Policeman
*
Art Director ........ Frank Arrigo
Film Editor ......... Douglas Steward
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor ... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Lyle Cain
Assistant Director ... Carter DeHaven III
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis 1:
Advice columnist John Chambers has a marital problem of his own:

 His wife is unfaithful. His solution - murder. [RF]
Synopsis 2:

An advice columnist has his own problems, his wife is unfaithful.

 

8.31 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: RUN FOR DOOM (verified on film)
17-May-1963
Producer Norman Lloyd
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by James Bridges
From a story by Henry Kane
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
John Gavin .......... Dr. Don Reed
Diana Dors .......... Niki Carroll
Scott Brady ......... Bill Floyd
with
Carl Benton Reid .... Horace Reed
Tom Skerritt ........ Dr. Frank Farmer
Lew Brown ........... David Carson
Robert Carson ....... Mulloy
Gail Bonney ......... Sarah
Jon Shepodd ......... Curtis
Barry Cahill ........ The Chief Petty Officer
Patricia Krest ...... The Teller
Jackie Russell ...... The Waitress
Audrey Swanson ...... The Nurse
Cathie Taylor ....... The Singer
*
Art Director ........ George Patrick
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Frank H. Wilkinson
Assistant Director. Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & James S. Redd
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A doctor plans to marry a singer, despite warnings that all three ex-husbands died violently.

 

8.32 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: DEATH OF A COP (verified on film)
24-May-1963
Producer Norman Lloyd
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Leigh Brackett
From a story by Douglas Warner
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Music Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Victor Jory ......... Paul Reardon
Peter Brown ......... Philip Reardon
co-starring
Lawrence Tierney .... Herbie Lane
John Marley ......... Det. Ed Singer
Paul Hartman ........ Trenker
Richard Jaeckel ..... Boxer
with
Paul Genge .......... Lt. Tom Mills
Wilton Graff ........ George Chaney
Read Morgan ......... Freddie Arnold
Rex Holman .......... Jocko Hanlin
Jean Willes ......... Eva
Rees Vaughn ......... Sammy Garrison
Shirley O'Hara ...... Alice Reardon
Bob Okazaki ......... Wong
Marc Rambeau ........ Alec Malloy
Joseph Ruskin ....... Gabby Donovan
Hari Rhodes ......... The Policeman
Tenen Holtz ......... The Druggist
Rita Conde .......... Mrs. Dominguez
*
Art Director ........ Howard E. Johnson
Film Editor ......... Douglas Stewart
Editorial Dept. Head .... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor ..... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............. Lyle Cain
Assistant Director ..... Carter DeHaven III
Set Decorators .... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costumes by ....... Burton Miller
Makeup ............ Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ...... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

After the death of his son, a detective concocts a grim plan of revenge.

 

 [--] Alfred Hitchcock Hour: 02Aug63 Fri

rerun of "The Long Silence" (first aired 22Mar63)

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