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 Season 10 (NBC) (1964-65)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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######### The Alfred Hitchcock Hour ##########
############## season 10 1964-65 ##############
################ (final season) ################ 

        NBC Mondays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern  

 

10.01 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE RETURN OF VERGE LIKENS

05-Oct-64

Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by James Bridges
Story by Davis Grubb
Directed by Arnold Laven
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Score Bernard Herrmann
Editor Edward W. Williams

Guest Stars:

Peter Fonda  .......... Verge Likens
Robert Emhardt ....... Riley McGrath
Sam Reese ............ Wilford Likens
Charles Seel ......... Rush Sigafoose
June Walker .......... Aunt Mary Jane
Robert Barrat ........ Stoney Likens
Jim Boles ............ Sheriff Reynolds
Nydia Westman ........ Aunt Ida Mae
William Bramley ...... Fred Starcher
George Lindsey ....... D.D. Martin
Cathie Merchant ...... Mary Masterson
Synopsis:
Verge Likens, a poor country boy, seeks revenge on the political boss who shot down his father in a barroom brawl. [RF]
 

10.02  [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: CHANGE OF ADDRESS

12-Oct-1964

Producer David Friedkin
Teleplay by Morton Fine & David Friedkin
Short Story by Andrew Benedict
Directed by David Friedkin
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Score Bernard Herrmann
Editor Edward W. Williams

Guest Stars:

Arthur Kennedy ....... Keith Hollands

Phyllis Thaxter ....... Elsa Hollands

co-starring

Royal Dano ....... Miley

Tisha Sterling ....... Rachel

Victor Jory ....... Flynn

with

Michael Blodgett .... Apollo, Dancer
Susan Davis ......... Reba
Robert Karnes ....... Sergeant
Arnold Lessing ...... Officer Raymo
Synopsis:
A couple move into a remote beach house in a last-ditch  attempt to save their unstable marriage.

 

10.03  [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: WATER'S EDGE

19-Oct-1964

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by Alfred Hayes
Short story by Robert Bloch
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of photography John L. Russell
Music Score Bernard Herrmann

Guest Stars:

Ann Sothern ....... Helen Krause

John Cassavetes ....... Rusty Connors

Rayford Barnes ...... Miles Krause

J. B. Brown ...... Prison Guard

David Fresco ...... Newsstand Dealer

Jimmy Joyce ...... Prison Orderly

Synopsis:
An ex-convict is determined to find the robbery loot stashed by his former cell mate.

 

10.04  [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE LIFE WORK OF JUAN DIAZ

26-Oct-64

Teleplay by Ray Bradbury

(published from his own story in Playboy Sept 63.)

Produced & directed by Norman Lloyd

Director of photography John L. Russell

Music score by Bernard Herrmann

Editor Douglas Stewart

Guest Stars:

Alejandro Rey  ....... Juan Diaz
Frank Silvera ....... Alejandro
Pina Pellicer ....... Maria Diaz
Valentin De Vargas .. Ricardo
Larry Domasin ....... Jorge
Alex Montoya ........ Coffin Maker
Hinton Pope ......... Man
Gale Lindsay ........ Woman
Audrey Swanson ...... 2nd Woman
Suzanne Barnes ...... 3rd Woman
Mark Miranda ........ 1st Boy
Vincent Arias ....... 2nd Boy
Concepcion Sandoval . 1st Child
Yolanda Alonzo ...... 2nd Child
Carmelita Acosta .... 1st Girl
Synopsis:

In a small Mexican village, poverty-stricken Juan Diaz is near death,

and his lack of money forces him to make a bargain with Alejandro,

the graveyard owner, for a cemetery plot. Alejandro has a profitable

sideline: tourists pay to visit his mummy-filled catacombs--and a

fearful Juan knows what will happen if payments are not kept up on

his grave after his death. [DM]

 

10.05  [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: SEE THE MONKEY DANCE

09-Nov-1964

Producer Gordon Hessler
Written by Lewis Davidson
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Composer Lyn Murray
Editor Douglas Stewart

Guest Stars:

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ...... Stranger

Roddy McDowall ...... George

Patricia Medina ...... Wife

George Pelling ...... Conductor

Shari Lee Bernath ...... Girl

*
Art Director ......... Howard E. Johnson
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Frank Losee
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Ollie Emmert
Costumes ............. 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 London broker going away for an illicit weekend with his married mistress,

encounters a man with strangely similar plans.

 

10.06 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: LONELY PLACE

16-Nov-1964

Producer Herbert Coleman

Teleplay by Francis Irby Gwaltney
Story by G.B. Gilford
Directed by Harvey Hart
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Composer Lyn Murray
Editor Edward W. Williams

Guest Stars:

Teresa Wright ..... Stella

Bruce Dern ..... Jesse

Pat Buttram ..... Emery

*
Art Director ......... Howard E. Johnson
Assistant Director ... Les Berke
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Julia Heron
Costumes ............. Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Frank H. Wilkinson
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:
A hired hand brings fear to the farmer and his family.

 

10.07 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour:  THE MCGREGOR AFFAIR

23-Nov-1964

Producers Morton Fine & David Friedkin
Teleplay by David Friedkin & Morton Fine
Story by Sidney Rowland
Directed by David Friedkin
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Music Score Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:
Andrew Duggan ...... John McGregor
Elsa Lanchester .... Aggie McGregor
co-starring
William Smith ...... Tommy Lad (as Bill Smith)
John Hoyt .......... Dr. Knox
Michael Pate ....... Hare
Arthur Malet ....... Burke
Betty Harford ...... Elsie
with
Michael Macready ... Jarmley
William Beckley .... Becker
Janine Gray ........ The Wench
Barry Macollum ..... The Vender
Harriet Harper ..... Glynis
Iris Bristol ....... Rosie
Brendan Dillon ..... The Bartender
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Chuck Colean
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Julia Heron
Costumes ............. Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Frank H. Wilkinson
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:
McGregor is slow on the uptake and makes his living taking boxes

 to the medical college, unaware that there are murder victims in them.

From the story by Sidney Rowland as published in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.

 

10.08  [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: MISADVENTURE

07-Dec-1964

Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Lewis Davidson
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Music Score Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:

Lola Albright  ....... Eva Martin
Barry Nelson ........ Colinr
George Kennedy ...... George Martin
Michael Bregan ...... The Boyfriend
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... James H. Brown
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costumes ............. Burton Miller
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
A beautiful young woman is infuriated by the stinginess of her wealthy,

middle-aged husband. When a strange man appears and offers her a diabolical

plan for solving her predicament, she becomes a willing conspirator. [RF]
 

10.09 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: TRIUMPH

14-Dec-1964

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by Arthur Ross
Story by Robert Branson
Directed by Harvey Hart
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Music Score Lyn Murray

Guest Stars:

Ed Begley ............ Brother Thomas Fitzgibbon

Tom Simcox ......... Brother John Sprague

Maggie Pierce ......... Lucy Sprague

Jeanette Nolan .......... Mary Fitzgibbon

Than Wyenn ....... Ramna

Tony Scott ......... The Indian Employee
*
Art Director ......... Henry Larrecq
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Dolph M. Zimmer
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and James M. Walters Sr.
Costumes ............. Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Earl Crain Sr.
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:
A missionary creates false hope as he fraudulently practices medicine.

His wife assists him in the deceit until a younger woman comes along.

 

10.10 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: MEMO FROM PURGATORY

21-Dec-1964

Producer Joan Harrison
Teleplay by Harlan Ellison
Story by Harlan Ellison
Directed by Joseph Pevney
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Music Lalo Schifrin
Guest Stars:
James Caan .......... Jay Shaw
Lynn Loring ......... Filene
Walter Koenig ....... Tiger
co-starring
Tony Musante ........ Candle (aka Emil Shasta)
Zalman King ......... Fish
with
Simon Scott ......... The Defender
Mark Slade .......... Slats
Michael Lamont ...... The Trooper
Johnny Silver ....... Ben
Jacquelin Palmer .... Cherry
Chuck Courtney ...... Ski
Jimmy Joyce ......... The Proprietor
Will J. White ....... The Guard
Leonard P. Geer ..... The Derelict
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costumes ............. Burton Miller
Sound ................ Lyle Cain
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
In a Brooklyn slum, a young writer joins a gang to gather material for a book.
* NOTE: This episode is based on the autobiographical book

Memos from Purgatory (1961) by Harlan Ellison. Due to the serious

subject matter of this episode Hitchcock dispenses with his usual

jovial final comments. Instead he offers a serious plea for a solution

to the problem of juvenile delinquency.

 

10.11 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: CONSIDER HER WAYS

28-Dec-1964

Producer Joan Harrison
Written by Oscar Millard
Story by John Wyndham
Directed by Robert Stevens
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Music Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:
Barbara Barrie ...... Dr. Jane Waterleigh
Gladys Cooper ....... Laura
Leif Erickson ....... Dr. Hillyer
co-starring
Robert H. Harris .... Dr. Perrigan
Gene Lyons .......... Max Wilding
Ellen Corby ......... Chief Nurse
Virginia Gregg ...... Third Doctor
Carmen Phillips ..... Mother Daisy
Diane Sayer ......... Mother Hazel
with
Dee J. Thompson ..... First Doctor
Alice Backes ........ Second Doctor
Eve Bruce ........... The Amazon
Ivy Bethune ......... The Nurse
Ginny Gan ........... First Worker
Stacy King .......... Female Worker
Penny Zaferiou ...... The Little Servitor
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Ray Taylor Jr.
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Julia Heron
Costumes ............. Burton Miller
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
A young woman awakens in a strange hospital room to find herself incredibly obese

 - and to top things off, woman attendants are referring to her as Mother Orchis. [RF]
 

10.12 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE CRIMSON WITNESS

04-Jan-1965

Producer Morton Fine & David Friedkin
Written by Morton Fine & David Friedkin
Story by Nigel Elliston
Directed by David Friedkin
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Benny Carter
Guest Stars:
Peter Lawford ...... Ernest Mullett
Martha Hyer ........ Judith Mullett
Joanna Moore ....... Madeleine
Alan Baxter ........ Mr. Baldwin
Paul Comi .......... Modeer
Guest star
Julie London ....... Barbara
co-starring
Roger C. Carmel .... Farnum Mullett
with
Larry Thor ......... Haskell
Nancy Hsueh ........ Secretary
Paul Micale ........ Waiter
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Donald Baer
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costumes ............. Burton Miller
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:

Farnum Mullett has stolen his brother's job, wife and girlfriend.

 

10.13 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: WHERE THE WOODBINE TWINETH

11-Jan-1965

Producer
Written by James Bridges
From a story by Davis Grubb
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:
Margaret Leighton .. Nell Snyder
co-starring
Carl Benton Reid ... Capt. King Snyder
Juanita Moore ...... Suse
with
Joel Fluellen ...... Jesse
E.J. Andre ......... Preacher
Lila Perry ......... Numa
and
Eileen Baral ....... Eva Snyder
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Donald Baer
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costumes ............. Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Melvin M. Metcalfe Sr.
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
Nell is worried that her niece is unbalanced, she claims "tiny people" are here.

NOTE: This episode is based on the short story "Where the Woodbine Twineth" (also known as "You Never Believe Me")

by David Grubb. The short story was first published in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (February, 1964).

 

10.14 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE FINAL PERFORMANCE

18-Jan-1965

Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Clyde Ware & Lee Kalcheim
Story by Robert Bloch
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography Walter Strenge, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Franchot Tone ...... Rudolph Bitzner
Sharon Farrell ..... Rosie
Roger Perry ........ Cliff Allen
co-starring
Kelly Thordsen ..... The Sheriff
William Challee .... Wint Davis
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Clarence Steensen
Costumes ............. Helen Colvig
Sound ................ B.F. Ryan
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:

Vaudevillian Bitzner plans a comeback but his fiancee plans an escape.

 

10.15 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THANATOS PLACE HOTEL

01-Feb-1965

Producer Herbert Coleman
Written by Arthur Ross
Story by Andre Maurois
Directed by Laslo Benedek
Director of photography William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music Score Lyn Murray
Guest Stars:
Angie Dickinson ..... Ariane Shaw
Steven Hill ......... Robert Manners
co-starring
Barry Atwater ....... Borchter (as G.B. Atwater)
Bartlett Robinson ... J. Smith
with
Rex Comeaux ......... Devereau
Robert Reiner ....... The Doctor
Charles Fredericks... The Big Man
Gail Bonney ......... The Grey-haired Lady
Pat Renella ......... The Lean Man
Adrianne Ellis ...... The Young Woman
Nancy Sanderson ..... The Nurse
Henry Wills ......... The First Cowboy
Lew Brown ........... The Second Cowboy
Len Hendry .......... The Driver
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... John Clarke Bowman
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Robert C. Bradfield
Costumes ............. Helen Colvig
Sound ................ David H. Moriarty
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
Suicidal Robert Manners takes up residence in a special hotel which caters exclusively to people who want to die.

 

10.16 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: ONE OF THE FAMILY

08-Feb-1965

Producer Joan Harrison
Written by Oscar Millard & William Bast
Story by James Yaffe
Directed by Joseph Pevney
Director of photography William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music score Leonard Rosenman
Guest Stars:
Lilia Skala ........ Frieda Schmidt
Jeremy Slate ....... Dexter Dailey
Kathryn Hays ....... Joyce Dailey
co-starring
Olive Deering ...... Christine Callender
with
Willis Bouchey ..... Dr. Bailey
Doris Lloyd ........ The Maid
and
Frances Reid ....... The Mother
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Frank Losee
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and H. Web Arrowsmith
Costumes ............. Helen Colvig
Sound ................ Deal Gilmore
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
The police are looking for a child-killer, and her description fits the nurse the Dailey's just hired to care for their baby.

 

10.17 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: AN UNLOCKED WINDOW

15-Feb-1965

Producer Herbert Coleman
Written by James Bridges
Story by Ethel Lina White
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography Stanley Cortez, A.S.C.
Music Score Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:
Dana Wynter ........ Nurse Stella Crosson
with
T.C. Jones ......... Nurse Betty Ames
co-starring
Louise Latham ...... Maude Isles
John Kerr .......... Glendon Baker
with
E.J. Andre ......... Sam Isles
Stephen Roberts .... Boris Crispis
Cathie Merchant .... Frieda Little
John Willis ........ The Newscaster
Lew Brown .......... Al Ruben
Len Hendry ......... The Man
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Frank Losee
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costumes ............. Burton Miller
Sound ................ Richard Tyler
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
An old mansion bodes ill for the nurses that come to care for the patient who resides there.

 

10.18 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE TRAP

22-Feb-1965

Producer Gordon Hessler
Written by Lee Kalcheim
Story by Stanley Abbott
Directed by John Brahm
Director of photography John F. Warren
Music score
Guest Stars:
Anne Francis ....... Peg Beale
Donnelly Rhodes .... John Cochran
Robert Strauss ..... Ted Beale
with
Patricia Manning ... Jenifer Arnold
Walter Mathews ..... Glen Arnold
Gil Stuart ......... Harmon, the Butler
Harold Ayer ........ Ralph, the Servant
Mary Scott ......... Party Guest
Emma Tyson ......... Rosemary Arnold
Pat Renella ........ The Boyfriend
Murray Alper ....... The Cabbie
Sandra Daro ........ The Watusi Dancer
Michael Blodgett ... The Watusi Dancer
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Chuck Colean
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costumes ............. Burton Miller
Sound ................ William Lynch
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:

An unfaithful wife sets a trap to murder her wealthy husband and marry one of his employees.

 

10.19 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: WALLY THE BEARD

01-Mar-1965

Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Arthur Ross
From a story by Stanley Abbott
Directed by James H. Brown
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Music Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:
Larry Blyden ....... Walter Mills
co-starring
Kathie Browne ...... Noreen Kimberly
Berkeley Harris .... Curly
Katherine Squire ... Mrs. Adams
George Mitchell .... Keefer
with
Lee Bergere ........ The Detective
Elizabeth Harrower.. Mrs. Jones
Leslie Perkins ..... Lucy Jones
Dave Willock ....... The Salesman
John Indrisano ..... The Bartender
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Arthur Jacobsen
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Frank H. Wilkinson
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:

Disguising himself a man feels he can overcome his shyness and winds up with more trouble than he can handle.

 

10.20 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: DEATH SCENE

08-Mar-1965

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by James Bridges
From the story by Helen Nielsen
Directed by Harvey Hart
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Music Score Bernard Herrmann
Guest Stars:
Vera Miles ......... Nick Revere
John Carradine ..... Gavin Revere
James Farentino .... Leo Manfred
Buck Taylor ........ Dancer
with
Leonard Yorr ....... Bill Wagner
Virginia Aldridge .. Susan Revere
Horace Brown ....... Harry
Nick Borgani ....... Sam Gread
Vince Williams ..... Our Hero
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... George Bisk
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costume Supervisor ... Burton Miller
Sound ................ Frank H. Wilkinson
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:

An ambitious young man feels the only way to reach success is through the daughter of a director.

 

10.21 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND THE UNDERTAKER

15-Mar-1965

Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Alfred Hayes
From a story by James Holding
Directed by Alex March
Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Music Score
Guest Stars:
Jack Cassidy ...... Arthur Mannix
Harry Townes ...... Hiram Price
Alfred Ryder ...... Rudolph
and
Jocelyn Lane ...... Sylvia Sylvester
co-starring
Philip Bourneuf ... Ernest Sylvester
with
Richard Jury ...... Willis
Joan Swift ........ Miss Whiting
Jack Bernardi ..... The Delicatessen Man
Clegg Hoyt ........ The Man
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Les Berke
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Ed Somers
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
A photographer takes more than pictures as the local undertaker soon finds out.

 

10.22 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THOU STILL UNRAVISHED BRIDE

22-Mar-1965

Producer David Friedkin & Morton Fine
Teleplay by Morton Fine & David Friedkin
Story by Avram Davidson
Directed by David Friedkin
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Ron Randell ....... Tommy Bonn
David Carradine ... Edward Clarke
Sally Kellerman ... Sally Benner
co-starring
Michael Pate ...... Stephen Leslie
Kent Smith ........ Mr. Benner
Edith Atwater ..... Mrs. Benner
Virginia Gregg .... Mrs. Setlin
Howard Caine ...... Mr. Setlin
with
Ben Wright ........ Mr. Sutherland
Richard Lupino .... Guerny, Jr.
Betty Harford ..... Streetwalker
Victor Rogers ..... Bobbie
Ted Bessell ....... Elliott Setlin
George Pelling .... The Sergeant
Brendan Dillon .... The Bartender
Doris Lloyd ....... The Mother
Jana Lesley ....... Myrna
and
Alan Napier ....... Guerny, Sr.
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Frank Losee
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ David H. Moriarty
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Virginia Darcy
Synopsis:
The missing fiancee of a detective fears that she may  have fallen prey to a killer terrorizing the city.

NOTE: This episode is based on the short story "Thou Still Unravished Bride"

by Avram Davidson. This story was first published in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (October, 1958).

 

10.23 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: COMPLETELY FOOLPROOF

29-Mar-1965

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by Anthony Terpiloff
From a story by Andrew N. Benedict
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
J.D. Cannon ....... Joe Brisson
Special Guest Star
Patricia Barry .... Lisa Brisson
Co-starring
Geoffrey Horne .... Bobby Davenport
Myron Healey ...... Foyle
with
Joyce Meadows ..... Anna
Lester Matthews ... Walter Dunham
Robert P. Lieb .... Baines
Jo de Winter ...... Betty Lawrence
Janet MacLachlan .. The Secretary
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... George Bisk
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
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 wife schemes to divorce her two-timing husband and he plots to get rid of her.

 

10.24 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: POWER OF ATTORNEY

05-Apr-1965

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by James Bridges
From a story by Selwyn Jepson
Directed by Harvey Hart
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Richard Johnson ... Wilford James/James Jarvis/Jarvis Smith
Geraldine Fitzgerald .... Agatha Tomlin
Special Guest Star
Fay Bainter ....... Mary Caulfield
co-starring
Josie Lloyd ....... Eileen Carroll
Mary Scott ........ Sarah Norton
Mark Sturges ...... Robert Reeves
with
Jonathan Hole ..... The Hotel Clerk
George Sims ....... The Policeman
Al Ruban .......... The Airport Clerk
Anthony Jochim .... Thomas Barton
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Edward K. Dodds
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
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 con man fleeces wealthy women and finds out that a woman scorned is deadly.

 

10.25 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE WORLD'S OLDEST MOTIVE

12-Apr-1965
Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Lewis Davidson
From a story by Larry M. Harris
Directed by Harry Morgan
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Henry Jones ....... Alex Morrow
Linda Lawson ...... Fiona McNiece
Robert Loggia ..... Richard Schaustak
co-starring
Kathleen Freeman .. Angela Morrow
with
Dee J. Thompson ... Miss Rice
Joseph Mell ....... Jamieson
Syl Lamont ........ The Waiter
Susan French ...... The Cleaning Lady
Kai Hernandez ..... The Hatcheck Girl
Shawn Michaels .... The Drinker
Tom Stears ........ The Taxi Driver
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Ray Taylor Jr.
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Frank H. Wilkinson
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:
A stranger offers a married man an easy way to be with his girlfriend ... permanently.

 

10.26 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE MONKEY'S PAW - A RETELLING

19-Apr-1965

Producer
Teleplay by Morton Fine & David Friedkin & Anthony Terpiloff
From a story by W.W. Jacobs
Directed by Robert Stevens
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Leif Erickson ..... Paul White
Jane Wyatt ........ Anne White
Special Guest star
Collin Wilcox ..... Selina
co-starring
Lee Majors ........ Howard White
Janet MacLachlan .. Gayle
with
Stuart Margolin ... Robin Byrd
Zolya Talma ....... Gypsy Woman
Dick Caruso ....... Gypsy Boy
Gil Stuart ........ British Man
Marisa Toumanoff .. Natasha Gurlieff
Peter Howard ...... Curtis Welks
Carmen Phillips ... Mary Smith
Pat Renella ....... Frank Corseli
Michelle Marley ... Joan
Vincent Chase ..... Hume Ray
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Ray Taylor Jr.
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costume Supervisor ... Burton Miller
Sound ................ Robert Bertrand
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:
Too late a man realizes that the monkey paw that grants him three wishes holds sinister desires on him.

 

10.27 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: THE SECOND WIFE

26-Apr-1965

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by Robert Bloch
From a story by Richard Denning
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
Director of photography Ray Rennahan
Guest Stars:
June Lockhart ..... Martha Hunter
John Anderson ..... Luke Hunter
co-starring
Eve McVeagh ....... Sylvia Boggs
David Fresco ...... Sam Ogle
Alice Backes ...... Helen Fiske
Jim Boles ......... Reverend Gilfoyle
Gertrude Flynn .... Peggy Gilfoyle
Vincent Chase ..... The Pawnbroker
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Henry Kline
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Costume Supervisor ... Vincent Dee
Sound ................ Frank H. Wilkinson
Editorial Dept. Head.. David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision .. Stanley Wilson
Makeup ............... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ......... Larry Germain
Synopsis:
A newlywed wife believes her husband killed his first wife and feels he plans the same for her.

 

10.28 [---] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: NIGHT FEVER

03-May-1965

Producer Herbert Coleman
Teleplay by Gilbert Ralson
From a story by Clark Howard
Directed by Herbert Coleman
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Colleen Dewhurst .. Nurse Ellen Hatch
Tom Simcox ........ Jerry Walsh
co-starring
Joe De Santis ..... Sgt. Jake Martinez
Don Stewart ....... Gabe Greely
Don Marshall ...... Joe Chandler
with
Richard Bull ...... Dr. Michaels
Rayford Barnes .... George Clark
Laurie Mitchell ... Pinky
Carol Brewster .... Mabel Cronin
and
Peggy Lipton ...... Mary Winters
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Edward W. Williams, A.C.E.
Assistant Director ... Chuck Colean
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Ralph Sylos
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:
An injured criminal finds a sympathetic nurse his escape from the hospital.

 

10.29 [361] The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: OFF SEASON (final episode)

10-May-1965

Producer Gordon Hessler
Teleplay by Robert Bloch
From a story by Edward D. Hoch
Directed by William Friedkin
Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
John Gavin ........ Johnny Kendall
co-starring
Richard Jaeckel ... Milt Woodman
Tom Drake ......... Sheriff Dade
Indus Arthur ...... Sandy Evans
Dody Heath ........ Irma Dade
with
Fred Draper ....... Dr. Hornbeck (as Frederick P. Draper)
Duncan McLeod ..... Bill the Bartender
Jimmy Joyce ....... Sgt. Racin
Harry Hines ....... The Thief
Jim Drum .......... Al the Cook
and
William O'Connell.. Art Summers
*
Art Director ......... Alexander A. Mayer
Film Editor .......... Douglas Stewart
Assistant Director ... Henry Kline
Set Decorators ....... John McCarthy and Ralph Sylos
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:
An ex-cop takes a job in a small-town after he is fired for being trigger-happy. [RF]

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