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 Season 9 (CBS) (1963-64)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
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 CBS Fridays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern

 

9.01[---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour:  A HOME AWAY FROM HOME (verified on film)

27-Sep-1963

Produced by David Lowell Rich
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Robert Bloch
Story by Robert Bloch
Directed by Herschel Daugherty
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Score Bernard Herrmann

Guest Stars:

Ray Milland ......... Dr. Fenwick
Claire Griswold ..... Natalie Rivers
co-starring
Mary La Roche ....... Ruth
Virginia Gregg ...... Miss Gibson
with
Peter Leeds ......... Andrew
Ben Wright .......... Dr. Norton
Peter Brooks ........ Donald
Connie Gilchrist .... Martha
Jack Searle ......... Nicky Long
Beatrice Kay ........ Sarah Sanders
Ronald Long ......... Major
Brendan Dillon ...... Inspector Roberts
Richard Peel ........ First Officer
*
Art Director ........ Russell Kimball
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams A.C.E.
Editorial Dept Head .... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision ..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director ..... George Bisk
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costumes ............ Burton Miller
Makeup .............. Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush

Synopsis:

The Norton Sanatorium is overrun by the patients when Dr. Fenwick

 also a patient kills Dr. Norton and takes over the asylum.
 

9.02 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: A NICE TOUCH (verified on film)

04-Oct-1963

Produced by Robert Douglas
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Written by Mann Rubin
Directed by Joseph Pevney
Director of photography William Margulies A.S.C.
Music Score Lyn Murray

Guest Stars:

Anne Baxter ....... Janice Brandt

George Segal ....... Larry Duke

with

Harry Townes ....... Ed Brandt

Charlene Holt ....... Darlene Vance

Walter Woolf King ....... Executive

Mimi Dillard ....... Receptionist

Martha Stewart ....... Secretary

Gil Stuart ....... Actor

*
Art Director ........ Howard E. Johnson
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision.. Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Charles S. Gould
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costumes ............ Vincent Dee
Makeup .............. Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A woman is caught between her drunken husband and her over-bearing lover.

 

9.03 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: TERROR IN NORTHFIELD (verified on film)

11-Oct-1963

Producer Charles Russell
Teleplay by Leigh Brackett
Story by Ellery Queen
Directed by Harvey Hart
Director of photography William Margulies
Music Bernard Hermann

Guest Stars:

Dick York ........... Sheriff Will Pearce
Jacqueline Scott .... Susan Marsh
R.G. Armstrong ...... John Cooley
co-starring
Katherine Squire .... Mrs. La Font
Dennis Patrick ...... Frenchy La Font
Peter Whitney ....... Bib Hadley
Curt Conway ......... Dr. Buxton
with
Gertrude Flynn ...... Flora Sloan
Harry Harvey ........ Mayor Sanford Brown
Jim Boles ........... Grocer
Raymond Guth ........ Farmer
William Newell ...... Mr. Jones
Robert Reiner ....... Mr. Brown
Gail Bonney ......... Mrs. Hayes
Bryan O'Byrne ....... Mr. Smith
Harry Antrim ........ Councilman
Dee Carroll ......... Woman
Hinton Pope ......... Second man
Hal Bokar ........... Third man
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor ......... Douglas Steward & Bud S. Isaacs
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision.. Stanley Wilson
Sound ............... Frank H. Wilkinson
Assistant Director .. Dolph M. Zimmer
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costumes ............ Burton Miller
Makeup .............. Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A religious fanatic is out to avenge the killing of his son.

 

9.04 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: YOU'LL BE THE DEATH OF ME (verified on film)

18-Oct-1963

Produced by Robert Douglas
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by William D. Gordon
Story by Anthony Gilbert
Directed by Robert Douglas
Director of photography William Margulies
Music Score Bernard Herrmann

Guest Stars:

Robert Loggia ....... 'Driver' Arthur
co-starring
Pilar Seurat ........ Mickey Arthur
Sondra Kerr ......... Ruby McCleod (aka Sondra Blake)
with
Hal Smith ........... Tompy Dill
Carmen Phillips ..... Bette Rose Calder
Kathleen Freeman .... Mrs. McCleod
Barry Atwater ....... Gar Newton
Charles Seel ........ Doc Chalmont
Norman Leavitt ...... Kyle Sawyer
Sam Edwards ......... The Bartender
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor ......... Bud S. Isaacs
Editorial Dept Head .... David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .... Stanley Wilson
Sound ............... William Russell
Assistant Director ..... Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & James M. Walters
Costumes ............ Vincent Dee
Makeup .............. Bob Dawn
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A bride is growing suspicious of her new husband and that he committed murder.

 

9.05 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: BLOOD BARGAIN

25-Oct-1963

Producer Joan Harrison
Written by Henry Slesar
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Guest Stars:

Anne Francis .... Connie Breech

Richard Kiley ..... Jim Derry

Richard Long ..... Eddie Breech

Ross Elliott ..... Lt. Geer

Barney Martin ..... Rupert Harney

Peter Brocco ..... Figaro

Anthony D. Call ..... Earl

Thomas Bellin ...... Bartender

Craig Duncan ....... Detective

Synopsis:

A husband fed up with his invalid wife, hires a killer who reneges after meeting the target.

 

9.06 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: NOTHING EVER HAPPENS IN LINVALE

08-Nov-1963

Producer Norman Lloyd
Teleplay by Richard Levinson & William Link
Story by Robert Twohy
Directed by Herschel Daugherty
Director of photography Benjamin H. Kline
Music Score Bernard Herrmann

Guest Stars:

Gary Merrill ..... Harry Jarvis

Fess Parker ...... Sheriff Ben Wister

Phyllis Thaxter ...... Mrs. Logan

George Furth ...... Charlie

Robert P. Lieb ...... Dr. Wyatt

Burt Mustin ...... Mr. Bell

Jan Arvan ...... Al

Cathie Merchant ...... Receptionist

Sam Reese ........... Henry
Martine Bartlett .... Mrs. Bergen
Robert Roter ........ The Boy
Synopsis:

A widow tries to convince a detective that her neighbor murdered his wife.

 

9.07 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: STARRING THE DEFENSE (verified on film)

15-Nov-1963

Producer Joan Harrison
Written by Henry Slesar
Directed by Joseph Pevney
Director of photography John F. Warren

Guest Stars:

Richard Basehart ...... Miles Crawford

Teno Pollick ...... Tod Crawford

Russell Collins ...... Sam Brody

Diane Mountford ...... Ruthie

with

S. John Launer ...... Lawyer

Jean Hale ........... Barbara 'Babs' Riordan
Christopher Connelly. Rudy Trask
Rockne Tarkington ... Officer Pete
John Zaremba ........ Judge
Bill Zuckert ........ Lt. Raphael
Vince Williams ...... The Court Bailiff
Nolan Leary ......... The Movie Judge
Selmer Jackson ...... The Movie Chaplain
Charles Fredericks .. The Movie Warden
Buster West ......... The Movie Foreman
Florence Halop ...... Jenny, Mr. Crawford's maid
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Ronnie Rondell Jr.
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... Earl Crain Jr.
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Makeup Artist ....... Robert Dawn
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

An actor decides to "act" as his son's lawyer, after he is accused of murder.

 

22-Nov-1963 Preempted

 

9.08  [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE CADAVER (verified on film)

29-Nov-1963

Producer Charles Russell
Teleplay by James Bridges
From a story by Robert Arthur
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography John F. Warren

Guest Stars:

Michael Parks ...... Skip Baxter

Joby Baker ...... Doc Carroll

Don Marshall ...... Tom Jackson

Ruth McDevitt ...... Millie

co-starring

Martin Blaine ....... Professor Dawson
Brooke Hayward ...... Barbara Simms
Eric Matthews ....... Charlie Pitts
Jeff Cooper ......... Eddie Phillips
Rafer Johnson ....... Ed Blair
Michael Beirne ...... Jon Thompson
Jennifer West ....... Ruby
with

William Sharon ...... Sam the Bartender
Bronwyn FitzSimons .. Girl Student
Bob Bernard ......... The First Student
George Dockstader ... The Garbage Collector
*
Art Director ........ Raymond Beal
Editor .............. Danford B. Greene
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Charles S. Gould
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... William Lynch
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A medical student tries to get his roommate off the bottle by thinking he killed a girl while in a drunken stupor.

 

9.09 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE DIVIDING WALL (verified on film)

06-Dec-1963

Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Joel Murcott
From a story by George Bellak
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of photography William Margulies

Guest Stars:

James Gregory ...... Fred Kruger

Chris Robinson ...... Terry

co-starring

Katharine Ross ...... Carol

Norman Fell ...... Al Norman

Rusty Lane ...... Otto Brandt

Simon Scott ...... Durrell

with

Judd Foster ...... Polson

Bob Kelljan ...... Frank

Renata Vanni ..... Woman Customer

Erik Corey ...... Boy

William Boyett ...... Radio Operator

Synopsis:

A gang's latest heist may be their last, the loot contained a radioactive capsule.

 

9.10 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: GOODBYE, GEORGE (verified on film)

13-Dec-1963

Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by William Fay
From a story by Robert Arthur
Directed by Robert Stevens
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Lyn Murray

Guest Stars:

Patricia Barry ...... Lana Layne/Rosemary 'Peaches' Cassidy
Robert Culp ......... Harry Lawrence
Stubby Kaye ......... George Cassidy
Elliot Reid ......... Dave Dennis
with
Alice Pearce ........ Haila French
Bernie Kopell ....... The Director
Sally Carter-Ihnat .. The Starlet
Holly Bane .......... The Bartender (as Mike Ragan)
Kreg Martin ......... The Patrol Officer
Jimmy Joyce ......... The Photographer
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Jack Doran
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... Lyle Cain
Costume Supervisor .. Burton Miller
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

An ex-convict pays a visit to his wife. The wife now a big star is surprised thinking he was dead.

 

9.11 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour:

HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR WIFE (verified on film)

20-Dec-1963

Producer Charles Russell
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Robert Gould
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography William Margulies & John F. Warren
Music Lyn Murray

Guest Stars:

Bob Newhart ......... Gerald Swiney
co-starring
Joyce Jameson ....... Rosie Feather
Jane Withers ........ Edith Swinney
with
Mary Scott .......... Laura
George Petrie ....... Henry
Ann Morgan Guilbert.. The Pet Shop Owner
Robert Karnes ....... The Police Sergeant
William Wellman Jr... The Delivery Man
Joseph Hamilton ..... The Stage Doorman
Harold Gould ........ The District Attorney
Helene Winston ...... Mrs. Penny
Bill Quinn .......... Mr. Penny
Gail Bonney ......... Mrs. Harris
Harry Hines ......... The Rat Poison Salesman
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Bud S. Isaacs
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... Earl Crain Jr.
Costume Supervisor .. Burton Miller
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A couple fed up with each other, each plan to kill one another.

 

9.12 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THREE WIVES TOO MANY (verified on film)

03-Jan-1964

Producer Herbert Coleman
Associate producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Arthur Ross
From a story by Kenneth Fearing
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Teresa Wright ....... Marion Brown
Dan Duryea .......... Richard Brown/Robert Brown/Raymond Brown/Roger Brown
co-starring
Jean Hale ........... Bernice Brown
Linda Lawson ........ Lucille Brown
Steven Gravers ...... Lt. Storber
Robert Cornthwaite .. Mr. Bleeker
with
Lew Brown ........... Detective Lanning
Dee J. Thompson ..... The Sister-In-Law
Duane Grey .......... Detective Millard
David Fresco ........ The Brother-In-Law
Unknown actress .... Deceased Mrs. Brown number 4
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Danford B. Greene
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Milton Feldman
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & James S. Redd
Sound ............... Earl Crain Jr.
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

After realizing her husband has three wives, she decides to take care of the matter.

 

9.13 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE MAGIC SHOP (verified on film)

10-Jan-1964

Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by John Collier
Script by James Parish
From a story by H.G. Wells
Directed by Robert Stevens
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Lyn Murray

Guest Stars:

Leslie Nielsen ....... Steven Grainger

John Megna ....... Anthony 'Tony' Grainger

William Sargent ....... Dr. Stone

Brian Corcoran ....... Eric

Peggy McCay ....... Hilda Grainger

Paul Hartman ...... Adams

David Opatoshu ...... Dulong

Ted de Corsia ...... Herlie

Rob Reiner ...... Intern

Audrey Swanson ...... Eric's Mother

Hugh Sanders ...... First Cop

Rolfe Sedan ..... Old Man

*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Dolph M. Zimmer
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Mac Mulcahy
Sound ............... Lyle Cain
Costume Supervisor .. Burton Miller
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A sinister boy's power of mind over matter but everyone at risk.

 

9.14 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: BEYOND THE SEA OF DEATH (verified on film)

24-Jan-1964

Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Alfred Hayes & William D. Gordon
From a short-story by Miriam Allen DeFord
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography Robert Tobey
Music Lyn Murray

Guest Stars:

Mildred Dunnock ....... Minnie Briggs

Diana Hyland ....... Grace Renford

Jeremy Slate ....... Harold Drummond/Keith Holloway

Abraham Sofaer ....... Dr. Shankara

Anne Ayars ....... Lucy Barrington

Orville Sherman ....... Charles

Francis DeSales ....... Lt. Farrell

Vince Williams ....... First Hotel Clerk

Ollie O'Toole ....... Second Hotel Clerk

Jim Barringer ....... Messenger Boy
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Chuck Colean
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... Ed Somers
Costume Supervisor .. Burton Miller
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Florence Bush
Synopsis:

An heiress marries a fortune hunter and vows never to make the same mistake.

 

9.15 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: NIGHT CALLER (verified on film)

31-Jan-1964

Producer Robert Douglas
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Robert Westerby & Gabrielle Upton
From a story by Gabrielle Upton
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography Jack Marquette
Music Lyn Murray

Guest Stars:

Felicia Farr ........ Marcia Fowler

Bruce Dern ....... Roy Bullock

David White .......... Jack Fowler

Angela Greene ......... Lucy Phillips

Diane Sayer ........ Nancy Willis

Leslie Barringer ....... Stevey Fowler

with
Will J. White ....... The First Policeman
Elizabeth Harrower .. Mrs. Masters
Frances Morris ...... The Woman Shopper
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. John M. Haffen
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Ben Bishop
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... Frank H. Wilkinson
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Larry Germain
Synopsis:

Receiving a series of threatening phone calls puts Marcia on the verge of hysteria.

 

9.16 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE EVIL OF ADELAIDE WINTERS (verified on film)

07-Feb-1964

Producer Herbert Coleman
Written by Arthur Ross
Directed by Laslo Benedek
Director of photography Jack Marquette
Guest Stars:

Kim Hunter ....... Adelaide Winters

John Larkin ......... Edward Porter

Gene Lyons ......... Robert McBain

Bartlett Robinson ......... Mr. Thompson

Sheila Bromley ......... Mrs. Thompson

*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Marvin I. Kosberg
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... Earl Crain Jr.
Costume Supervisor .. Burton Miller
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Larry Germain
Synopsis:

Claiming to be able to contact the dead, con artist Adelaide Winters receives her own punishment.

 

9.17 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE JAR (verified on film)

14-Feb-64

Produced & Directed by Norman Lloyd

Teleplay by James Bridges

From the story by Ray Bradbury

Director of photography Walter Strenge

Music score, Bernard Herrmann
Hosted by Alfred Hitchcock

Guest Stars:

Slim Pickens ........ Clem Carter
Pat Buttram ......... Charlie Hill
Collin Wilcox ....... Thedy Sue Hill
co-starring

William Marshall .... Jahdoo
Jane Darwell ........ Granny Carnation
Carl Benton Reid .... Gramps Medknowe
James Best .......... Tom Carmody

with
George Lindsey ...... Juke Marmer
Jocelyn Brando ...... Emma Jane
Alice Backes ........ Mrs. Tridden
Sam Reese ........... Milt Marshall
Marlene DeLamater ... Eva Ann
Billy Barty ......... the Barker
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Edward W. Williams
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Jack Doran
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... J.S. Westmoreland
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Larry Germain
Synopsis:

At a carnival, country bumpkin Charlie Hill becomes intrigued

with a jar containing a mysterious, unidentifiable 'thing.' Charlie

uses all of his money to buy the jar, and when he brings it home

he becomes the toast of his community. His backwoods neighbors

are equally spellbound by the jar. They, along with Charlie, can't take

their eyes off it, wondering what that 'thing' inside is. [RF]

 

9.18 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: FINAL ESCAPE (verified on film)

21-Feb-1964 
Producer Robert Douglas
Teleplay by John Resko
Story by Thomas H. Cannan, Jr. & Randall Hood
Directed by William Whitney
Director of photography Richard L. Rawlings
Guest Stars:
Edd Byrnes .......... Paul Perry
Stephen McNally ..... Captain Tollman

co-starring
Robert Keith ........ Doc

with
Stacy Harris ........ Lawyer
Nicholas Colasanto .. Work Partner
Ray Kellogg ......... Blacksmith
Betsy Hale .......... Elissa

Bernie Hamilton ..... Convict
John Kellogg ........ Guard #1
Hinton Pope ......... Guard #2
John Alderson ....... Guard #3

*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. Marvin I. Kosberg
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Ridgeway Callow
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... Stanley F. Cooley
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Larry Germain
Synopsis 1:

A prisoner matches wits with the warden after an attempt to break out.

Synopsis:
Prison escape artist Paul Perry is determined to make a break - and his

ruthless warden is just as determined to keep him behind bars. [RF]
*Note: John Resko is a former Death Row inmate,

who chronicled his own experiences in "Reprieve" and scripted this episode.

 

9.19 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: MURDER CASE (verified on film)

06-Mar-1964

Producer Robert Douglas

Teleplay by James Bridges & Richard Levinson & William Link
Story by Max Marquis
Directed by John Brahm

Director of photography Richard L. Rawlings
Guest Stars:
John Cassavetes ..... Lee Griffin
Gena Rowlands ....... Diana Justin
co-starring
Murray Matheson ..... Charles Justin
Ben Wright .......... Tony Niles
Brendan Dillon ...... Collins
David Frankham ...... Peter
with

Richard Peel ........ Sgt. Elliott
Richard Lupino ...... the Author
Hedley Mattingly .... Blackie
John Banner ......... Dutch Customs Man
Ina Victor .......... Young Ingenue
Noel Drayton ........ Bar Steward

*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Editor .............. J. Howard Terrill
Editorial Dept Head.. David J. O'Connell
Music Supervisor..... Stanley Wilson
Assistant Director .. Ray Taylor Jr.
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Sound ............... Stanley F. Cooley
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Makeup Artist ....... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ........ Larry Germain
Synopsis 1:

A couple plan to murder her wealthy husband. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
Actress Diana Justin gets her wealthy, elderly husband to put up the money for her

new play - and she also gets her former sweetheart as her leading man. [RF]

 

9.20 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: ANYONE FOR MURDER? (verified from film)

13-Mar-1964  (rerun 28Aug64)

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by Arthur Ross
From a story by Jack Ritchie
Directed by Leo Penn
Director of photography Richard L. Rawlings
Guest Stars:
Barry Nelson ......... James Parkerson
Edward Andrews ....... Bingham
co-starring
Richard Dawson ....... Robert Johnson (as Dick Dawson)
Patricia Breslin ..... Doris Parkerson
with
Richard X. Slattery .. Detective Mitch Barker
Robert Jacquin ....... Mr. Conolley, Editor
Grant Lockwood ....... Man at Bar
David Fresco ......... The Waiter
*
Associate Producer ... Gordon Hessler
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Marvin I. Kosberg
Assistant Director ... Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Corson Jewett (Jowett)
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain

Synopsis 1:

A psychologist has the perfect solution for unhappy marriages.....murder.

Synopsis 2:
In an attempt to find out how many husbands and wives are

capable of homicide, a psychology professor uses a newspaper

ad to offer the "ultimate solution" for unhappy marriages. [RF]

 

9.21 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: BEAST IN VIEW (verified from film)

20-Mar-1964

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by James Bridges
Story by Margaret Millar
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography Richard L. Rawlings
Music Score Leonard Rosenman
Editor Marvin I. Kosberg
Guest Stars:
Joan Hackett ......... Helen Clarvoe
Kevin McCarthy ....... Paul Blackshear
Kathleen Nolan ....... Dorothy Johnson
co-starring
George Furth ......... Jack Terola
Brenda Forbes ........ Mrs. Clarvoe
with
Curt Conway .......... Lt. Conway
Peggy Moffitt ........ Robin Rath
Anthony McBride ...... Tommy Thompson
Len Hendry ........... Mr. Horner
William Boyett ....... The Young Policeman
Jimmy Joyce .......... The Cab Driver
Bruce Andersen ....... Mr. Clarvoe, the father

Synopsis 1:

Fearing that her brother's ex-fiancee is planning to kill her, she turns the tables.

Synopsis 2:
Helen Clarvoe receives threatens from her brother's ex-fiancee,

who accuses her of breaking up their romance. [RF]

 

9.22 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: BEHIND THE LOCKED DOOR (verified from film)

27-Mar-1964

Produced by Robert Douglas
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Written by Henry Slesar and Joel Murcott
Story by Henry Slesar
Directed by Robert Douglas
Director of photography Benjamin H. Kline A.S.C.
Music Score Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:
Gloria Swanson ....... Mrs. Daniels
James MacArthur ...... Dave Snowden
Co-starring
Lynn Loring .......... Bonnie Snowden
Whit Bissell ......... Adam Driscott
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Bud S. Isaacs
Assistant Director ... Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ......... Florence Bush

Synopsis:

Determined to protect her daughter at all costs from fortune hunters, a mother will do what she can.

 

9.23 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: A MATTER OF MURDER (verified from film)

03-Apr-1964

Producer David Lowell Rich
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Written by Boris Sobelman
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Director of photography William Margulies
Starring:
Darren McGavin ....... Sheridan Westcott
Patricia Crowley ..... Enid Bentley
Patrick McVey ........ Police Lieutenant
Guest star
Telly Savalas ........ Philadelphia Harry
with
Howard Wendell ....... Flagstone
Than Wyenn ........... General Delivery
Calvin Bartlett ...... Harv
Lewis Charles ........ Lopez
Jordan Grant ......... Al
Paul Potash .......... Vinnie
Marc Rambeau ......... Weldon
Tyler McVey .......... Police Chief
*
Art Director ......... John J. Lloyd
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams
Assistant Director ... Charles S. Gould
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Frank H. Wilkinson
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ......... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

After stealing a Rolls Royce the car thief is surprised by the corpse in the trunk.

 

9.24 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE GENTLEMAN CALLER (verified from film)

10-Apr-1964

Producer Herbert Coleman
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Written by James Bridges
Story by Veronica Johns
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography Richard L. Rawlings
Guest Stars:
Roddy McDowall ....... Gerald Musgrove
Ruth McDevitt ........ Emmy Rice
Diane Sayer .......... Milly Musgrove
co-starring
Naomi Stevens ........ Mrs. Goldy
Juanita Moore ........ Mrs. Jones
with
Frank Maxwell ........ Officer Petrie
Marjorie Bennett ..... Plump Lady
William Fawcett ...... Junk Collector
Norman Leavitt ....... Gas Company Worker
Len Hendry ........... Night Watchman
Lew Brown ............ First Policeman
Joe De Angelo ........ Pedestrian
John A. Alonzo ....... Intern
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... John C. Fuller, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Ben Bishop
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Lyle Cain
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:

A thief hides his loot in an elderly tenant's apartment.

 

9.25 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE ORDEAL OF MRS. SNOW (verified from film)

17-Apr-1964

Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
written by Alvin Sargent
story by Patrick Quentin
directed Robert Stevens
Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Patricia Collinge .... Adelaide Snow
Jessica Walter ....... Lorna Richmond
Don Chastain ......... Bruce Richmond
co-starring
George Macready ...... Hillary Prine
Cal Bartlett ......... John Watson
with
June Vincent ......... Ruth Prine
Pamela Curran ........ Sally Wilson
Edit Angold .......... Frieda
Bartlett Robinson .... Harvey Craine
Danny Gardino ........ Mr. Arthur
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Chuck Colean
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:

A schemer concocts a plan to keep his wife's wealthy aunt from exposing him.

 

9.26 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: TEN MINUTES FROM NOW (verified from film)

01-May-1964

Teleplay by Arthur Ross
Story by Jack Richie
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Donnelly Rhodes ...... James Bellington
Lou Jacobi ........... Dr. Glover
Lonny Chapman ........ Lt. Wymar
co-starring
Neile Adams .......... Sgt. Louise Marklen
with
Jess Kirkpatrick ..... Thomas Grindley
Sandra Gould ......... Park Commission Secretary
Betty Harford ........ Woman in Museum
Ed Peck .............. First Policeman
David Carradine ...... Art Thief
Edward Mallory ....... Thief
Harold Ayer .......... Hardware Salesman
Hinton Pope .......... First Bomb Squad Man
John W. Ziegler ...... First Detective
Syl Lamont ........... Museum Guide
Tony Franke .......... The Messenger
Vince Williams ....... The Newscaster
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... J. Howard Terrill
Assistant Director ... Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy & Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:

An insane artist terrorizes local officials with bomb threats at the

  museum. His goal is to replace original works of art with his perfect forgeries.

 

9.27 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE SIGN OF SATAN (verified from film)

08-May-1964

Produced & Directed by Robert Douglas

Written by Barre Lyndon

Based on a story by Robert Bloch

Director of Photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:

Christopher Lee ......... Karl Jorla

Gia Scala ........... Kitty Frazier

Gilbert Green .......... Max Rubini

Adam Roarke .......... Ed Walsh

Myron Healey ......... Dave

with
Byron Keith .......... Captain Hartzell
Nicki Brick .......... The Script Girl
Saul Gorss ........... The Studio Policeman
Horst Ebers .......... The 1st Acolyte
Dieter Jacoby ........ The 2nd Acolyte
Eric Forst ........... The 3rd Acolyte
Walter Friedel ....... The 4th Acolyte
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor ......... Edward W. Williams A.C.E.
Assistant Director .. George Bisk
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy and Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Sound ............... Lyle Cain
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision ... Stanley Wilson
Makeup ................ Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist .......... Larry Germain

Synopsis:

A cult of devil worshipers lure an actor into their circle of evil.

Synopsis:
In Hollywood to make a horror film, a European actor insists that he wants

no publicity because he fears that a cult of devil-worshippers may try to kill him. [RF]

 

9.28 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: WHO NEEDS AN ENEMY? (verified from film)

15-May-1964  (rerun 18Sep64)

Produced by Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by by Arthur Ross
Story by Henry Slesar
Directed by Harry Morgan
Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Steven Hill .......... Charlie Osgood
Richard Anderson ..... Eddie Turtin
Joanna Moore ......... Danielle
Barney Phillips ...... Detective
Dee Carroll .......... The Woman
Paul Baxley .......... The Man
Wally Rose ........... The Second Man
*
Art Director ........ Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor ......... Tony Martinelli A.C.E.
Assistant Director .. Ronnie Rondell
Set Decorators ...... John McCarthy and Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor .. Vincent Dee
Sound ............... William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head .. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision ... Stanley Wilson
Makeup ................ Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist .......... Larry Germain
Synopsis 1:

Embezzler Charlie Osgood avoids prosecution by setting up his partner and faking his suicide.

Synopsis 2:
Charlie Osgood's friend and business partner Eddie Turtin discovers that Charlie

has embezzled $95,000. And since he has an aversion to jails, he decides

to avoid prosecution by faking suicide. [RF]

 

9.29 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: BED OF ROSES (verified from film)

22-May-1964  (rerun 11Sep64)

Teleplay by James Bridges
Story by Emily Neff
Directed by Philip Leacock
Director of photography John F. Warren
Guest Stars:
Patrick O'Neal ....... George Maxwell
Kathie Browne ........ Mavis Maxwell
George Lindsey ....... Sam Kirby
Torin Thatcher ....... Alva Hardwicke
Alice Backes ......... Mrs. Hinchley
Alice Frost .......... Eda Faye Hardwicke
Bill Walker .......... Sam
Paulene Myers ........ Celeste the maid
Ethel Griffies ....... Lulu the old lady lush
Robert Reiner ........ Pedro the bartender
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Charles S. Gould
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Clarence E. Self
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:

Newly wed and planning a rendezvous with his girlfriend hold a few surprises for him. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
A woman is found murdered at the address where cab driver Sam Kirby drove

George Maxwell the night before, and Sam sees an opportunity for blackmail. [RF]
 

9.30 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: SECOND VERDICT (verified from film)

29-May-1964

Producer Gordon Hessler

Teleplay by Alfred Hayes
Story by Henry Slesar
Directed by Lewis Teague
Director of photography Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Martin Landau ........ Ned Murray
Frank Gorshin ........ Lew Rydell
Sharon Farrell ....... Melanie Rydell
co-starring
John Marley .......... Tony Hardeman
Nancy Kovack ......... Karen Osterman
Harold J. Stone ...... Mr. Osterman
with
Michael Beirne ....... Tom Bailey
Richard Hale ......... Judge Arthur
Richard Guizon ....... The Bailiff
William Remick ....... The Jury Foreman
Helen Mayon .......... The Maid
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Dolph M. Zimmer
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Ralph Sylos
Costume Supervisor ... Burton Miller
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain

Synopsis:

After getting his client acquitted on murder charges he realizes that his client was indeed guilty

and may kill him now.

 

9.31 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: ISABEL

05-Jun-1964

Producer Joan Harrison
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by William Fay & Henry Slesar
From a novel by S.B. Hough
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Bradford Dillman ..... Howard Clements
Barbara Barrie ....... Isabel Smith
Edmon Ryan ........... Lt. John Huntley
co-starring
Les Tremayne ......... Mr. Selby
Dabney Coleman ....... Sgt. Lou Snyder
Doris Lloyd .......... Martha
with
Don Marshall ......... Officer Healy
Kenneth Patterson .... Judge
Rick Falk ............ Finley
Walter Woolf King .... Warden
Forrest Lewis ........ the Sailor
Lou Byrne ............ the Librarian
Kathryn Hays ......... Cecilia
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Les Berke
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Julia Heron
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:

An ex-con marries the woman whose testimony sent

him to prison.

NOTE: Isabel listens to the music "The Damnation of Faust".

 

9.32 [332] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: BODY IN THE BARN

03-Jul-1964

Producer Charles Russell
Associate Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Harold Swanton
Story by Margaret Manners
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music Score Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:

Lillian Gish ....... Bessie Carnby

Peter Lind Hayes ...... Henry Wilkins

Maggie McNamara ....... Camilla

Kent Smith ....... Dr. Adamson

co-starring
Patricia Cutts ....... Samantha Wilkins
Kelly Thordsen ....... Sheriff Pete Turnbull
with
Josie Lloyd .......... Norm
James Maloney ........ The Storekeeper
Doodles Weaver ....... Gregg
Bruce Andersen ....... Huckaby
Charles Kuenstle ..... Huckaby's Clerk
Ralph Roberts ........ The Driver
Richard Niles ........ The Deputy
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Bud S. Isaacs
Assistant Director ... Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Julia Heron
Costumes ............. Burton Miller
Sound ................ Lyle Cain
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Jack Barron
Hair Stylist ......... Florence Bush
Synopsis:

A woman turns detective to track down the murderer of her husband.

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