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 Season 3 (CBS) (1957-58)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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######### Alfred Hitchcock Presents ##########

############## season 3 1957-58 ##############

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      CBS Sundays 9:30 pm Eastern

 

3.01 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE GLASS EYE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1574 

06-Oct-57 (rebroadcast 16Aug59)

Teleplay by Stirling Silliphant

Story by John Keir Cross

Directed by Robert Stevens

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Jessica Tandy ...... Julia Lester
William Shatner .... Jim Whitely
Tom Conway ......... Max Collodi
Rosemary Harris .... Dorothy
Billy Barty ........ George
Colin Campbell ..... Old Man
Patricia Hitchcock . Saleslady
Arthur Gould-Porter. Hotel Motel
Paul Playdon ....... Allan
Nelson Welch ....... Emcee

Synopsis 1:

A man tells of his sister's one chance for love.
Synopsis 2:
Julia, whose beauty is almost gone, falls in love with a music-hall ventriloquist.

She follows him on the endless trek from one music hall to another in an effort to

win his love. Lonely and afraid she continues to hope that the ventriloquist will

love her, not foreseeing the terrible consequences. [RF]
*Note: Director Robert Stevens won an Emmy for this episode.
 

3.02 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MAIL ORDER PROPHET

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1583 

13-Oct-57

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Story by Antony Perry

Directed by James Neilson

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Jack Klugman ....... George Benedict

E.G. Marshall ....... Ronald Grimes

Judson Pratt ....... Postmaster

Ken Christy ....... Office Manager

Linda Watkins ....... Barrom Customer

Barbara Townsend ....... Secretary

Victor Romito ....... Waite

Judson Pratt ....... Postmaster
A man receives predictions through the mail.

 

3.03 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE PERFECT CRIME

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1584 

20-Oct-57

Teleplay by Stirling Silliphant

Story by Ben Ray Redman

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Vincent Price ....... Charles Courtney

James Gregory ....... John Gregory

Mark Dana ....... Harrington

Gavin Gordon ....... Ernest West

Marianne Stewart ....... Alice West

Therese Lyon ....... West's Housekeeper

John Zaremba ........ Photographer

A criminologist learns he made a fatal mistake.

 

3.04 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: HEART OF GOLD

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1585 

27-Oct-57

teleplay by James P. Cavanagh

story by Henry Slesar

directed by Robert Stevens

Guest Stars:

Mildred Dunnock .......... Martha Collins

Nehemiah Persoff ........... Ralph Collins

Darryl Hickman ............ Jackie Blake

Ed Binns .......... Mr. Brown

Cheryl Callaway ............ Little Girl

Len Lesser ........... Man
An ex-convict stays with his cellmate's family.

 

3.05 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE SILENT WITNESS

03-Nov-57

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1591 

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Story by Joanne Barry

Directed by Paul Henreid

Director of photography Joseph F. Biroc

Guest Stars:

Dolores Hart ....... Claudia Powell

Don Taylor ........... Donald Mason

Harry Bellaver ........ Sergeant Waggoner

William Boyett ......... Captain Davidson

Patricia Hitchcock ......... Nancy Mason

Mercedes Shirley ........ Mrs. Davidson

Theodora Davitt ........ Student

Katherine Warren ....... Police Woman

An infant witness unnerves a murderer.

 

3.06 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: REWARD TO FINDER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1586 

10-Nov-57

Teleplay by Frank Gabrielson

Story by P.J. Smith

Directed by James Neilson

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Oskar Homolka ............ John Gaminsky

Jo Van Fleet .......... Anna Gaminsky

Claude Akins ......... Policeman

Ann Hunter ......... Saleslady

Robert Whiteside ....... Boy

A janitor keeps the contents of a lost wallet.

 

3.07 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: ENOUGH ROPE FOR TWO

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1590 

17-Nov-57

Teleplay by Joel Murcott

Story by Clark Howard

Directed by Paul Henreid

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Jean Hagen ........ Madge

Steve Brodie .......... Maxie

Steven Hill .......... Joe Kedzie

Don Hix ........ Storekeeper

Thieves enter the desert to retrieve their loot.

 

3.08 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE LAST REQUEST

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1577 

24-Nov-57

Teleplay by Joel Murcott

Story by Henry Fislar Brooks

Directed by Paul Henreid

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Harry Guardino ....... Harold Daniels

Hugh Marlowe ........ Bernard Butler

Cara Williams ........ Mona Carstairs

Karin Booth .......... Sheila

Mike Ross ....... Frank

Robert Carson ........ Harry

Fred Kruger ........ Warden

Robin Morse ........ Clark

A man awaiting execution writes his story.

 

3.09 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE YOUNG ONE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1566 

01-Dec-57

Teleplay by Sarett Rudley

Story by Phillip Goodman & Sandy Sax

Directed by Robert Altman

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Carol Lynley ........ Janice

Vince Edwards ......... Tex

Stephen Joyce ........ Stan

Jeanette Nolan ........ Aunt May

Rusty Lane  .......... Officer

Frank Marlowe ........ Bartender

A teen-ager wants to escape her elderly aunt.

 

3.10 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE DIPLOMATIC CORPSE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1579 

08-Dec-57

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis & Alec Coppel

Story by Alec Coppel

Directed by Paul Henreid

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Peter Lorre ......... Tomas Salgado

George Peppard ............. Evan Wallace

Mary Scott .............. Janet Wallace

Isobel Elsom ........... Mrs. Tait

Sid Cassel .......... Border Inspector

Harrison Lewis ........... Doctor Elliot

George Navarro .......... Cantina Proprietor

Orlando Rodriguez ......... Rafael

John Verros ............ Chief of Police

Synopsis 1:

A woman's corpse is accidentally stolen.

Synopsis 2:
After illegally entering Mexico with their Aunt from England, Evan and Janet Wallace

are stunned to discover her dead from a heart attack. They decide to return to the

U.S. but find the body and the car stolen. [TA] (film)

 

3.11 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE DEADLY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1594 

15-Dec-57

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Story by Lawrence Treat

Directed by Don Taylor

Director of photography Ellsworth Fredricks, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Phyllis Thaxter ....... Margo Brenner

Lee Phillips ....... Jack Staley

Craig Stevens ........ Mr. Brenner

Frank Gerstle ........ Sergeant Thompson

Anabel Shaw ....... Rhoda Forbes

Peggy McCay ....... Myra Adams

Sally Hughes ...... Ann Warren

Jacqueline Mayo ...... Blackmailer's victim

Deirdre Harrison ..... Same as above

Margaret Muse ..... Same as above

Marietta Hayes ....... Same as above

Synopsis 1:

A plumber blackmails several suburban wives.

Synopsis 2:
Margo Brenner is startled when a repairman she calls attempts to blackmail her.

She learns that he has been blackmailing other women in the same neighborhood,

 but the police tell her she must get concrete evidence from the other victims

before they can take any action.  [RF]

 

3.12 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MISS PAISLEY'S CAT

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1589 

22-Dec-57

Teleplay by Marian Cockrell

Story by Roy Vickers

Directed by Justus Addiss

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Dorothy Stickney ....... Emma Paisley

Raymond Bailey .......... Inspector Graun

Fred Graham ....... Rinditch

Harry Tyler ....... Bob Jenkins

Mark Sheeler ........ Shabby Man

David Armstrong  ......... Man walking Dog

Joel Smith .......... Policeman

A woman's cat is killed in a bookie's apartment.

 

3.13 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: NIGHT OF THE EXECUTION

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1592 

29-Dec-57

Teleplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

Story by Henry Slesar

Directed by Justus Addiss

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Pat Hingle ....... Warren Selvey

Russell Collins ........ Ed Barnes

Georgann Johnson ......... Doreen Selvey

Harry Jackson ........ Vance

Vinton Hayworth ....... Sidney

Frank Marlowe ....... Dean

Murray Julian ........ Hank

Edward Schaaf ....... Rodman

Ben McAtee ........ Reporter

Ed Spencer ....... Charlie

Alfred Tonkel .......... Judge

A prosecutor thinks he convicted the wrong man.

 

3.14 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE PERCENTAGE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1580 

05-Jan-58

Teleplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

Story by David Alexander

Directed by James Neilson

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Nita Talbot ....... Louise Williams

Alex Nicol .......... Eddie Slovak

Don Keefer ......... Pete Williams

Carmen Matthews ........ Fay

Walter Woolf King ....... Boss

Frederick Ford ....... Landlord

Ralph Barnard ....... Policeman

Lillian O'Malley ........ Neighbor
A gangster tries to pay back an old Army buddy.

 

3.15 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: TOGETHER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1599 

12-Jan-58

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Story by Alec Coppel

Directed by Robert Altman

Director of photography Lionel Lindon
Guest Stars:
Joseph Cotten ....... Tony Gould
Christine White ..... Shelley
Sam Buffington ...... Charlie
Gordon Wynn ......... Mr. Courtney
Stanford Gibbons .... Editorial Writer
George Eldredge ..... Police Lieutenant
Florence MacAfee .... Mrs. Gould
Synopsis 1:
On Christmas Eve, at an office party, a businessman and his secretary are having

 a drink to celebrate the season. The girl, demanding that her employer give up his wife

and divorce her, decides to call the wife and beg her to set her husband free. [RF]

Synopsis 2:

A man is locked in with the girl he murdered.

 

3.16 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: SYLVIA

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1593 

19-Jan-58

Teleplay by James P. Cavanagh

Story by Ira Levin

Directed by Herschel Daugherty

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

John McIntire ......... John Leeds

Ann Todd ......... Sylvia

Philip Reed .......... Peter Kent

Raymond Bailey ....... Lawyer

Edit Angold ........ Bertha
A father fears his daughter will commit suicide.

 

3.17 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MOTIVE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1598 

26-Jan-58

Teleplay by Rose Simon Kohn

Directed by Robert Stevens

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Carl Betz ....... Jerome Stanton

Skip Homeier ........ Tommy Greer

Carmen Phillips ............. Sandra

William Redfield ......... Richard

Kay Stewart
Ken Clark
Tharon Crigler
Jim Johnson
Gary Clarke

Synopsis 1:
A man claims a murder with no motive is unsolvable.

Synopsis 2:
Tommy Greer believes that the reason murderers are caught is that they kill

with a definite motive. If no motive can be established the killer will not be caught. [RF]

 

3.18 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MISS BRACEGIRDLE DOES HER DUTY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1587 

02-Feb-58

Teleplay by Marian Cockrell

Story by Stacy Aumonier

Directed by Robert Stevens

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Mildred Natwick ........ Millicent Bracegirdle

Gavin Muir ......... Emmett

Tita Purdom ......... Maude

Vera Denham ......... Mrs. Crump

Arlette Clarke ........ Maid

Albert Carrier ......... Garcon

Synopsis 1:
A woman is locked in a murderer's hotel room.

Synopsis 2:
Millicent Bracegirdle announces courageously to her tea-drinking circle that she intends

to travel alone all the way from Easingstoke, England, to Paris to meet her sister Clara.

But at Bordeaux on her first night away from home, the staid old maid has a startling encounter.  [RF]

 

3.19 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE EQUALIZER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1503A 

09-Feb-58

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Story by C.B. Gilford

Directed by James Neilson

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

 Guest Stars:

Leif Erickson ........ Wayne Phillips

Martin Balsam ......... Eldon Marsh

Norma Crane .......... Louise Marsh

Dudley Manlove ............ Harris

Robert Riordan ........... Mr. Sloan

Lynn Cartwright ....... Jean Sobel

Robert Gibbons .......... Sobel

Jack McClure .......... Bailey

Frank Watkins ........ Police Officer #1

Paul Maxwell ......... Police Officer #2

A small man pursues a husky wife-stealer.

 

3.20 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: ON THE NOSE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1504A 

16-Feb-58

Teleplay by Irving Elman

Story by Henry Slesar

Directed by James Neilson

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

David Opatoshu ......... Mr. Cooney

Karl Swenson ........ Ed

Jan Sterling ........ Fran

Carl Betz ......... Police Detective Imposter

Linda Watkins ....... Lila Shank

Anthony Hughes ....... Man at Bus Stop

Bill Baucom ........ Man at Bus Stop

Sondra Rodgers ....... Elegant Lady

Tharon Crigler ....... Miss Reid

Mike Ragan ........ Detective

Synopsis:

A compulsive gambler tries to raise $25.

 

3.21 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: GUEST FOR BREAKFAST

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1507A 

23-Feb-58

Teleplay by James P. Cavanagh & C.B. Gilford

Based on a story by C.B. Gilford

Directed by Paul Henreid

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Scott McKay ....... Jordan Ross

Joan Tetzel ...... Eve Ross

Richard Shepard ...... Chester Lacey

Synopsis 1:

A murderer walks in on a quarreling couple.

Synopsis 2:
Eve and Jordan, a young married couple, have just said goodbye to their

evening guests when they receive a visit from a stranger. The stranger turns

 out to be a man wanted for a double murder. [RF]

 

3.22 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE RETURN OF THE HERO

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1595 

02-Mar-58

Teleplay by Andrew Solt & Stirling Silliphant

Based on a story by Andrew Solt

Directed by Herschel Daugherty 

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Jacques Bergerac .......... Sgt. Andre Doniere

Susan Kohner ......... Therese

Marcel Dalio ......... Marcel

Lilyan Chauvin ......... Sybil Delamont

Vladimir Sokoloff ......... Uncle Fernaud

Michael Granger .......... Francois the Butcher

Luis Van Rooten .......... Leon

Karen Scott .......... Cherie

Victor Varconi ......... Count d'Auberge

Iphigenie Castiglioni ......... Countess d'Auberge

Caren Lenay ........ Lily

Gloria Castillo ........ Jeanette the Nightingale

Synopsis:

A soldier owes his life to a crippled comrade.

* Note Alfred concludes the show at the end with this comment.

"Tonight I shall not indulge in my usual callous humor for this program has

no desire to make light of men who have suffered because of war.

This concludes tonight's show, next time we shall return to the scene of our crime.

I hope you will join us, Goodnight."   [RF]

 

3.23 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE RIGHT KIND OF HOUSE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1508A 

09-Mar-58

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Based on a story by Henry Slesar

Directed by Don Taylor

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Jeanette Nolan ........ Sadie Grimes

Robert Emhardt .......... Mr. Waterbury

Harry O. Tyler .......... Aaron Hacker

James Drury ........... Michael Grimes

Jamie O'Hara ......... Sally

Charles Watts ........ Chief Joe Taylor

Paul Maxwell ......... Sgt. Singer

Synopsis:

A man pays $50,000 for a house worth $9,000.

 

3.24 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: FOGHORN

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1597 

16-Mar-58

Teleplay by Frank Gabrielson

Based on a story by Gertrude Atherton

Directed by Robert Stevens

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

Barbara Bel Geddes ....... Lucia Clay

Michael Rennie ....... Allen Bliss

Bartlett Robinson .......John St. Rogers

Jennifer Howard  ........ Nun

William Yip ............ Restaurant Owner

Selmer Jackson .......... Butler

Mark Henry ........... Doctor

Synopsis 1:

A woman meets a man at her engagement party.

Synopsis 2:
During the 1900's a San Francisco belle announces her engagement to a wealthy bachelor.

At the engagement party she meets and falls in love with a stranger named Allen. [RF]

 

3.25 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: FLIGHT TO THE EAST

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1509A 

23-Mar-58

Teleplay by Joel Murcott

Based on a story by Bevil Charles

Directed by Arthur Hiller

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

Gary Merrill ......... Ted Franklin

Anthony George .......... Sashalsmail

Patricia Cutts ........... Barbara Denham

Konstantin Shayne ........ Abdul

Anthony George ....... Sasha Ismael

Mel Welles ......... Passenger

Harvey Stephens ......... Inspector Kafir

Ralph Clanton ......... Sir Robert Walton

Synopsis 1:

A war correspondent's stories change suddenly.

Synopsis 2:
While on a flight from Nairobi to Cairo, foreign correspondent Ted Franklin becomes

acquainted with a very attractive blonde. He is surprised at her interest in his recent

articles covering the trial and eventual hanging of an Arab leader. [RF]

 

3.26 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: BULL IN A CHINA SHOP

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1502A 

30-Mar-58

Teleplay by Sarett Rudley

Based on astory by C.B. Gilford

Directed by James Neilson

Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

Dennis Morgan ......... Detective O'Finn

Estelle Winwood ....... Hildy Lou

Ellen Corby ....... Miss Samantha

Ida Moore ....... Miss Birdie

Elizabeth Patterson ...... Miss Bessie

Joe Downing ....... Detective

Paul Maxwell ........ Lab Technician

Synopsis:

Four old women ask a handsome detective to tea.

 

3.27 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE DISAPPEARING TRICK

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1510A 

06-Apr-58

Teleplay by Kathleen Hite

Based on a story by Victor Channing

Directed by Arthur Hiller

Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Robert Horton ......... Walter Richmond

Raymond Bailey ........ Herbert Gild

Betsy von Furstenberg .......... Laura Gild

Percy Helton ........ Mr. Brucie

Perry Lopez ........ Julius

Frank Albertson ......... Regis

Dorothea Lord ....... Nurse

Tom Wilde ....... Doctor

Joe Conley  ........ Insurance Agent

Alex Gerry

Ken Lynch

Synopsis:

A curious man investigates his tennis partner.

Note: Alfred Hitchcock's concluding comments had to do with wondering what

the year 2000 would be like and to send him a letter and let him know.   [RF]

 

3.28 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1506A 

13-Apr-58

Teleplay by Roald Dahl

Based on the short story by Roald Dahl published in Harper's (Sept 53)

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Director of photography John L. Russell

Guest Stars:

Barbara Bel Geddes ........... Mary Maloney

Allan Lane ........ Patrick Maloney

Harold J. Stone ....... Lt. Noonan

Otto Waldis ....... Sam

Ken Clarke ........ Mike

Thomas Wild ........ Doctor

William Keane ......... Print Man

Robert Cross ......... Man

A woman uses an unusual murder weapon.

 

3.29 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: FATAL FIGURES

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1511A 

20-Apr-58

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Based on a story by Rick Edelstein

Directed by Don Taylor

Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

John McGiver .......... Harold George Goames

Vivian Nathan ........ Margaret Goames

Ward Wood ........ McBane

Nesdon Booth .......... Shopkeeper

Synopsis:

A quiet man decides to become a murderer.

 

3.30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: DEATH SENTENCE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1513A 

27-Apr-58

Teleplay by Joel Murcott

Based on a story by Miriam Allen deFord

Directed by Paul Henreid

Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

James Best ........ Norman Frayne

Katharine Bard ....... Paula Frayne

Steve Brodie ....... Al Revenel

Frank Gerstle ........ Walt Haney

Synopsis:

A worrier becomes fearful of an old acquaintance.

 

3.31 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: FESTIVE SEASON

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1512A 

04-May-58

Teleplay by James P. Cavanagh

Based on a story by Stanley Ellin

Directed by Arthur Hiller

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Carmen Mathews ....... Celia

Richard Waring ....... Charlie Boerum

Edmon Ryan ....... John Benson

Benny Baker ....... Al

Synopsis:
A man believes his sister murdered his wife.

 

3.32 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: LISTEN, LISTEN ...!

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1501A 

11-May-58

Teleplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

Based on a story by R.E. Kendell

Directed by Don Taylor

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

Edgar Stehli as Cyrus Morgan/Jasper F. Smith/Ralph Reid/Herbert Johnson

Adam Williams ....... Lieutenant King

Dayton Lummis ........ Sgt. Oliver

Baynes Barron ...... Mr. Beekman

Rusty Lane ....... Father Rafferty

Robert Herrman ........ Want Ad Clerk

Jackie Loughery ........ Slats

Edith Evanson ........ Mrs. Johnson

Rad Fulton ......... Bartender

Kitty Kelly .......... Miss Andrews

Elsie Baker ........... Church Goer

No one will listen to a man's murder theory.

 

3.33 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: POST MORTEM

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1514A 

18-May-58

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Based on a story by Cornell Woolrich

Directed by Arthur Hiller

Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

Joanna Moore ......... Judy Archer

Steve Forrest ...... Steve Archer

James Gregory ....... Mr. Wescott

David Fresco ....... Reporter #1

Edgar Peterson ........ Reporter #2

Fred Robbins ..... Clerk

Roscoe Ates ....... Police Officer #1

Patrick Martin ......... Police Officer #2

Synopsis:

A winning sweepstakes ticket exposes a killer.

 

3.34 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE CROCODILE CASE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1516A 

25-May-58

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Based on a story by Roy Vickers

Directed by Don Taylor

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

Guest Stars:

Denholm Elliott ......... Jack Lyons

Hazel Court ........ Phyllis Chaundry

Arthur Gould-Porter ....... Arthur Chaundry

John Alderson ........ Inspector Karsiak

Patricia Hitchcock ...... Aileen

Lawrence Conroy ........ Police Constable

Dan Sheridan ......... Charlie the Bartender

Frederick Worlock ....... Dan Mence

Synopsis 1:

A crocodile valise becomes a vital murder clue.

Synopsis 2:
After murdering Arthur Chaundry, Jack Lyons proceeds to court and marry

Chaundry's widow Phyllis. Although upset about her first husband's death,

Phyllis seems more concerned about the mysterious disappearance

of her crocodile make-up case. [RF]

 

3.35 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A DIP IN THE POOL

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1596 

01-Jun-58

Teleplay by Francis Cockrell

Based on the short story by Roald Dahl

   Published in the New Yorker (Jan 19, 1952)

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Keenan Wynn ........ William Botibol

Fay Wray .......... Mrs. Renshaw

Philip Bourneuf ....... Mr. Renshaw

Louise Platt ........ Ethel Botibol

Doreen Lang ........ Emily

Doris Lloyd ....... Emily's Friend

Ralph Clanton ....... Ship's Purser

Ashley Cowan ....... Captain

Barry Harvey ........ Steward

Owen Cunningham ........ Auctioneer

Michael Hadlow ....... Waiter

Margaret Curtis ........ Passenger

Judith Brian ...... Passenger

William Hughes ........ Bidder

Synopsis 1:

A man tries to slow a cruise ship to win a bet.

Synopsis 2:
While on an ocean cruise, William Botibol becomes fascinated by the auction pool

- betting how far the ship will sail within the next 24 hours. Because of a storm Botibol

 decides to gamble on the lowest number of miles, and bets heavily. He is upset

 the next day when he learns that the boat has made up for lost time and he takes

 drastic steps to insure his winning. [RF]

*Note: A brilliant episode and bone-chillingly fun.

 

3.36 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE SAFE PLACE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1518A 

08-Jun-58

Teleplay by Michael Hogan

Based on a story by Jay Wilson

Directed by James Neilson

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

Robert H. Harris ...... George Piper

Joanne Linville ...... Millie Manners

Phillip Pine ...... Victor Mapett

Jerry Paris ....... Fred Piper

Wendell Holmes ....... Henry Farsworth

Robert Karnes ....... Detective

Joel Mondeaux ........ Waiter

Synopsis:

A killer hides his loot in a locked drawer.

 

3.37 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE CANARY SEDAN

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1505A 

15-Jun-58

Teleplay by Stirling Silliphant

Based on a story by Ann Bridge

Directed by Robert Stevens

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

Jessica Tandy ........ Laura Bowley

Murray Matheson ........ Jim Bowley

Gavin Muir ....... Thompson

Patrick Westwood ......... Mason

Weaver Levy ....... Mr. Nixon

Leonard Strong ...... Mr. Yung

Tetsu Komai ......... Elderly Chinese

Owen Cunningham ........ Van Adams

James B. Leong .......... Chang

Barry Bernard .......... Bartender

Barry Harvey ......... Steward

Synopsis 1:

Voices in a car tell a woman a story of love and deception.

Synopsis:
Mrs. Bowley arrives in Hong Kong after a year in London and is met by her husband.

In order to tour the exciting city, Mrs. Bowley purchases a yellow sedan.

But each time she drives the car, she hears strange voices. [RF]

 

3.38 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: IMPROMPTU MURDER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1515A 

22-Jun-58

Teleplay by Francis Cockrell

Based on a story by Roy Vickers

Directed by Paul Henreid

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Hume Cronyn ...... Henry Daw

Doris Lloyd ....... Miss Wilkinson

David Frankham ........ Holson

Robert Douglas ........ Inspector Charles Tarrant

Arthur Gould-Porter ........ Betts

Valerie Cossart ....... Mary Dow

Molly Glessing ....... Lucy

Gwendolyn Watts ....... Mrs. Barrett

Frederick Worlock ....... Farmer

George Pelling ....... Ticket Seller

Reggie Dvorak ........ Train Conductor

Synopsis:
A man murders a woman to protect his reputation.

Synopsis 2:
It is 1916 and the citizens of a small English village have turned out to witness the

 christening ceremonies of a bridge near their town. At the height of the ceremonies,

 the townspeople are stunned to see a body floating down the river. [RF]

 

3.39 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: LITTLE WHITE FROCK

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1517A 

29-Jun-58

Teleplay by Stirling Silliphant

Based on a story by Stacy Aumonier

Directed by Herschel Daugherty

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

 Guest Stars:

Julie Adams ....... Carol Longsworth

Tom Helmore ........ Adam Longsworth

Herbert Marshall ...... Colin Bragner

Bartlett Robinson ...... Robinson

Jacqueline Mayo ...... Lila Gordon

Roy Dean ...... Terry Bane

Otto Waldis ....... Koslov

Edwin Jerome ....... Mr. Anders

Kitty Kelly ........ Marie

Joe Hamilton ....... Bartender

Synopsis:

An actor tells a playwright a chilling story.

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