CTVA US Anthology - "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" (Revue/Shamley/CBS) Season 4 (1958-59)

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 Season 4 (CBS) (1958-59)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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######### Alfred Hitchcock Presents ##########

############## season 4 1958-59 ##############

################ (half-hour) #################

          CBS Sundays 9:30 pm Eastern

 

4.01 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: POISON

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1519A 

05-Oct-58

written by Casey Robinson

based on a short story by Roald Dahl from Someone Like You (1953).

directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Guest Stars:

Wendell Corey ......... Mr. Woods

Arnold Moss ....... Dr. Ganderbay

James Donald ....... Harry Pope

Weaver Levy ....... Houseboy

Synopsis:

A man claims a snake is sleeping on his chest.

 

4.02 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: DON'T INTERRUPT

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1523A

12-Oct-58

written by Sidney Carroll

directed by Robert Stevens

Guest Stars:

Cloris Leachman ........ Mrs. Templeton

Chill Wills ....... Mr. Kilmer

Biff McGuire ...... Larry Templeton

Peter Lazer ...... Johnny Templeton

Jack Mulhall ...... Conductor

Scatman Crothers ....... Timothy

Roy Glenn ....... Bartender

Geoffrey Lewis ........ Drunk

Synopsis:

A boy is promised money if he doesn't interrupt.

 

4.03 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE JOKESTER

19-Oct-58

Teleplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

Based on a story by Robert Arthur

Directed by Arthur Hiller

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

Guest Stars:

Albert Salmi ....... Mr. Bradley

Roscoe Ates ....... Pop Henderson

James Coburn ....... Andrews

Baynes Barron ........ Bartender

Arthur Batanides ....... Police Sergeant

Jim Kirkwood, Jr. ...... Dave

Charles Watts ....... Police Captain

Jay Jostyn ...... Morgan

Claire Carleton ...... Doris (patron in the bar scene).

Richard Benedict ....... Lou (patron in the bar scene).

Synopsis:

Nasty reporter gets his come uppance.

Synopsis:
A hard-drinking newspaper reporter finally goes too far with one of his practical jokes.

He plays a cruel prank on Pop, the near-sighted, hard-of-hearing old attendant

at the police morgue, and Pop almost loses his job. The old man plans a

 little joke on his own to get even. [RF]

*Note: One of the best episodes.

 

4.04 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE CROOKED ROAD

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1525A

26-Oct-58

written by William Fay

story by Alex Gaby

directed by Paul Henreid

Guest Stars:

Richard Kiley ........ Harry Adams

Patricia Breslin ....... Mrs. Adams

Walter Matthau ...... Officer Chandler

Charles Watts ....... Judge Stanton

Richard Erdman ....... Charlie Brown

Peter Dane ........ Police Officer

Synopsis:

A couple falls prey to crooked town officials.

 

4.05 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE  $2,000,000 DEFENSE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1531A 

02-Nov-58

written by William Fay

story by Harold Q. Masur

directed by Norman Lloyd

Guest Stars:

Barry Sullivan ....... Mark Robison

Leslie Nielsen ....... Lloyd Ashley

Lori March ....... Eve Ashley

Wendell Holmes ....... Mr. Herrick

Herbert Anderson ........ John Keller

Edwin Jerome ....... Justice Cobb

Herbert Lytton ....... Doctor

Synopsis 1:

A lawyer is offered $2 million for a top defense.

Synopsis 2:
Mark Robison, a shrewd sometimes flamboyant attorney, accepts the case of his

best friend, wealthy Lloyd Ashley. Ashley has been charged with the murder of his wife's

lover and offers to split his four million dollar fortune with Robison if the lawyer wins the case.  [RF]

 

4.06 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: DESIGN FOR LOVING

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1533A 

09-Nov-58

teleplay by Ray Bradbury

from his story Marionettes Inc.

directed by Robert Stevens

director of photography John L. Russell

Guest Cast:

Norman Lloyd ....... Charlie Braling

Marian Seldes ...... Lydia Braling

Elliott Reid ....... Tom

Barbara Baxley ....... Ann

Synopsis 1:

Charlie and Tom both feel trapped in their marriages, but for quite

different reasons. Lydia dominates Charlie, never letting him out of her

sight; Ann, on the other hand, simply smothers Tom with affection. Charlie,

however, says that he's solved his problem with the single ticket to Rio

de Janeiro in his pocket. When Tom professes astonishment that Charlie is

planning to leave Lydia alone, Charlie assures him that while he's going

to Rio by himself, he is not leaving Lydia alone without him.   [RF]

Synopsis 2:

A man builds a robot double to occupy his wife.

 

4.07 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MAN WITH A PROBLEM

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1538A 

16-Nov-58

written by Joel Murcott

story by Donald Honig

directed by Robert Stevens

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

Guest Stars:

Elizabeth Montgomery .... Karen Adams
Gary Merrill ............ Carl Adams
Peter Mark Richman ...... Officer Steve Barrett
Ken Lynch ............... Police Lieutenant
Bartlett Robinson ....... Hotel Manager
Alex Gerry .............. Dr. Landers
James Johnson ........... Hotel Bellhop
Jean Field .............. Maid
Sid Melton .............. Morrison
Guy Rennie .............. Cab Driver
Victor Tayback .......... Man talking to Cab driver
Synopsis 1:
After his wife leaves him for another man, Carl checks into a hotel

and contemplates suicide or so he lets everyone think. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Carl Adams is perched precariously on a ledge outside a hotel room high

above New York traffic. Despite efforts of police and a psychiatrist, Adams

refuses to explain why he wants to take his own life. [RF]

 

4.08 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: SAFETY FOR THE WITNESS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1534A 

23-Nov-58

written by William Fay

story by John De Meyer

directed by Norman Lloyd

Guest Stars:

Art Carney ........ Cyril T. Jones

Robert Bray ........Lieutenant Flannelly

James Westerfield ....... Commissioner Cummings

Doris Lloyd ........ Mrs. Crawpit

Mary Scott .......... Nurse Copeland

Kenneth Patterson .......... Thomas Bergman

Karl "Killer" Davis ........ Big Dan Foley

George Greico ........... Tarzan Joe Felix

James Flavin .......... Desk Sergeant

Dorothea Lord ........ Lady Cashier

David Fresco ......Motel Night Clerk

Synopsis:

A threatened witness is driven to murder.
*One of the best episodes of the series.

 

4.9 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MURDER ME TWICE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1588 

07-Dec-58

written by Irving Elman

story by Lawrence Treat

directed by David Swift

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Phyllis Thaxter ..... Lucy Pryor/Dora Evans
Tom Helmore ......... Miles Farnham
Herbert Anderson .... George Thompson
Alan Marshal ........ Mr. Pryor
Ward Costello ....... William G. Burke
Liz Carr ............ Adele Thompson
King Calder ......... Lawyer
Robert Carson ....... Glen, Head of Coroner's Commission
Charles Seel ........ County Court Clerk
Alma Lawton ......... Alma, the maid
Synopsis:

A woman murders while supposedly under hypnosis.

 

4.10 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: TEA TIME

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1544A 

14-Dec-58

written by Kathleen Hite

story by Margaret Manners

directed by Robert Stevens

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

Guest Stars:

Margaret Leighton as Iris Teleton

Marsha Hunt as Blanche Herbert

Murray Matheson as Oliver Teleton

George Navarro as Waiter

Angela Austin as Darling
Fritz Feld as Jeweller

Synopsis:

A wealthy man's wife refuses to release him.

 

4.11 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: AND THE DESERT SHALL BLOSSOM

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1526A 

21-Dec-58

written by Loren Good

story by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

directed by Arthur Hiller

Guest Stars:

William Demarest as Tom Akins

Roscoe Ates as Ben White

Ben Johnson as Sheriff

Wesley Lau as Deputy

Mike Kellin as Stranger

An escaped killer descends on two elderly men.

 

4.12 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MRS. HERMAN AND MRS. FENIMORE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1528A 

28-Dec-58

written by Robert C. Dennis

story by Donald Honig

directed by Arthur Hiller

Guest Stars:

Mary Astor as Mrs. Fenimore

Doro Merande as Mrs. Herman

Russell Collins as Bill Finley

Wesley Lau as Detective

A woman plots a murder with her actress boarder.

 

4.13 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: SIX PEOPLE, NO MUSIC

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1520A 

04-Jan-59

written by Dick Berg

story by Garson Kanin

directed by Norman Lloyd

Guest Stars:

John McGiver as Arthur Motherwell

Peggy Cass as Rhoda Motherwell

Wilton Graff as Fulton Agnew

Howard Smith as Stanton C. Barryvale

Joby Baker as Thor

Joe Hamilton as Man

A dead man revives to make his own funeral plans.

 

4.14 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MORNING AFTER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1529A 

11-Jan-59

written by Rose Simon Kohn & Robert C. Dennis

story by Henry Slesar

directed by Herschel Daugherty

Guest Stars:

Dorothy Provine as Sharon Trotter

Robert Alda as Ben Nelson

Jeanette Nolan as Mrs. Trotter

Fay Wray as Mrs. Nelson

Dorothea Lord as Maid

Lyn Statten as Secretary

A mother's meddling leads to a wife's murder.

 

4.15 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A PERSONAL MATTER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1527A 

18-Jan-59

written by Joel Murcott

story by Brett Halliday

directed by Paul Henreid

Guest Stars:

Wayne Morris as Bret Johnson

Joe Maross as Joe Philips

Frank Silvera as Senor Rodriguez

Anna Navarro as Maria

Leonard Strong as Doctor

Richard Bermudez as Pedro

Frank DeKova as Luis

A killer escapes to a Mexican construction site.

 

4.16 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: OUT THERE - DARKNESS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1547A 

25-Jan-59

written by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

story by William O'Farrell

directed by Paul Henreid

Guest Stars:

Bette Davis as Miss Fox

James Congdon as Eddie McMahon

Frank Albertson as Sergeant Kirby

Arthur Marshall as Elevator Man

James Cotton as Job Applicant

A robbed woman (Bette Davis) names the wrong man.

 

4.17 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: TOTAL LOSS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1542A 

01-Feb-59

written by J.E. Selby

directed by Don Taylor

Guest Stars:

Nancy Olson as Jan Manning

Ralph Meeker as Mel Reeves

Ruth Storey as Evelyn Wilson

Dave Willock as Frank Voss

Barbara Lord as Susan

Ray Teal as Fire Chief

Synopsis 1:

A woman plans to burn her business for insurance.

Synopsis 2:
Jan Manning, a fashion expert, is distressed to learn that a bank has refused

her request for a loan. She confesses to salesman Mel Reeves that unless

she can borrow some money she will have to close her shop.  [RF]

 

4.18 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE LAST DARK STEP

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1543A 

08-Feb-59

written by William Fay

story by Margaret Manners

directed by Herschel Daugherty

Guest Stars:

Robert Horton as Brad Taylor

Fay Spain as Leslie Lenox

Joyce Meadows as Janice Wright

Herb Ellis as Breslin

David Carlisle as Langley

Synopsis:

A murderer is surprised to be charged so quickly.

 

4.19 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MORNING OF THE BRIDE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1535A 

15-Feb-59

written by Kathleen Hite

story by Neil S. Boardman

directed by Arthur Hiller

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

Guest Stars:

Barbara Bel Geddes as Helen Brewster

Don Dubbins as Philip

Patricia Hitchcock as Pat

Helen Conrad as Mrs. Beasley

Synopsis:

A woman tries to meet her fiance's mother.

 

4.20 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE DIAMOND NECKLACE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1536A 

22-Feb-59

written by Sarett Rudley

directed by Herschel Daugherty

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

Guest Stars:

Claude Rains as Andrew Thurgood

Betsy von Furstenberg as Mrs. Rudel

Selmer Jackson as Clergyman

Alan Hewitt as George Maynard

Stephen Bekassy as Dr. Rudel
Dorothea Lord as the real Mrs. Rudel
Norman DuPont as Investigator

Synopsis:
A jewelry-store employee faces retirement.

 

4.21 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: RELATIVE VALUE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1537A 

01-Mar-59

written by Francis Cockrell

story by Milward Kennedy

directed by Paul Almond

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Denholm Elliott as John Manbridge
Torin Thatcher as Felix Manbridge
Tom Conway as Inspector
Walter Burke as Benny, the bookmaker
Frederick Worlock as Mr. Betts the butler
Barry Harvey as Constable Longdon
John Trayne as Sergeant
Barry Harvey as Tom the Bartender
A.E. Gould-Porter as Mr. Crockett
Molly Glessing as Mrs. Simpson the maid

Synopsis 1:

A killer learns his crime was unnecessary. [DM]

Synopsis 2:

A greedy cousin has plans for his rich cousin, unfortunately this leads to an end for both. [RF]

 

4.22 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE RIGHT PRICE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1557A 

08-Mar-59

written by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

story by Henry Slesar

directed by Arthur Hiller

Guest Stars:

Eddie Foy, Jr. as Burglar

Allyn Joslyn as Mort Barnhardt

Jane Dulo as Jocelyn Barnhardt

A man arranges his wife's murder by a burglar.

 

4.23 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: I'LL TAKE CARE OF YOU

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1551A 

15-Mar-59

written by William Fay

story by George Johnson

directed by Robert Stevens

Guest Stars:

Ralph Meeker as John Forbes

Elisabeth Fraser as Dorothy Forbes

Ida Moore as Kitty

Russell Collins as Dad

Arthur Batanides as Police Detective

Synopsis 1:

A man plans to kill his spendthrift wife. [DM]

Synopsis:
John Forbes a used-car dealer has financial problems which are

aggravated by his wife's extravagance. [RF]
 

4.24 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE AVON EMERALDS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1548A 

22-Mar-59

written by William Fay

story by Joe Piddock

directed by Bretaigne Windust

Guest Stars:

Hazel Court as Lady Gwendolyn Avon

Roger Moore as Inspector Benson

Gertrude Flynn as Aunt Catherine

Alan Napier as Charles Harrington

Ralph Clanton

Richard Lupino

Barry Harvey

Louis G. Mercier

Synopsis 1:

An inspector (Roger Moore) seeks smuggled gems. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
It is suspected that beautiful Lady Avon intends to sell a valuable necklace in order to

avoid paying taxes on it. A Scotland Yard inspector is assigned to keep track of her activities. [RF]

 

4.25 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE KIND WAITRESS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1556A 

29-Mar-59

written by William O'Farrell

story by Henry Slesar

directed by Paul Henreid

Guest Stars:

Olive Deering as Thelma Tompkins

Celia Lovsky as Mrs. Mannerheim

Rick Jason as Arthur

Mary Alan Hokanson as Marion

Synopsis:

A couple plots murder to gain an inheritance.  [DM]

 

4.26 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: CHEAP IS CHEAP

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1554A 

05-Apr-59

written by Albert Lewin & Burt Styler

directed by Bretaigne Windust

Guest Stars:

Dennis Day as Alexander Gifford

Alice Backes as Jennifer Gifford

Fred Essler as Arthur

Jack Lambert as Hitman

Synopsis 1:

A miserly man finds a cheap method of murder.  [DM]

Synopsis 2:
Miserly Alexander Gifford has secretly saved a large sum of money and deposited

it in five different banks. His wife, tired of his penny-pinching ways, discovers the

bank books and threatens to divorce him if he doesn't loosen the purse strings.  [RF]

 

4.27 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE WAXWORK

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1521A

12-Apr-59

written by Casey Robinson

story by A.M. Burrage

directed by Robert Stevens

Guest Stars:

Barry Nelson ....... Raymond Houston

Everett Sloane ....... Mr. Marriner

Shai K. Ophir ....... Bourdette

Hal H. Thompson ....... Albert
John O'Leary ....... Head Security Officer
Patrick Westwood ...... Lab Technician
Dorothy McKinnon ...... Mrs. Noames
Vincent G. Perry ...... Security Guard
Synopsis 1:

A reporter stays in a waxworks Murderers' Den. [DM]

Synopsis 2:

It is London 1954,and reporter Raymond Houston is in big trouble,

his excessive gambling is costing him his job. In order to keep it he

must stay overnight in the Murderers Den in the Wax Museum to get his story.  [RF]

 

4.28 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1546A 

19-Apr-59

written by Meade Roberts

story by John Lindsey

directed by Robert Stevens

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Franchot Tone ....... Oliver Mathews
Mary Astor .......... Grace Dolan
Carmen Mathews ...... Miss Hall
Irene Windust ....... Myra
Suzy Lloyd .......... Actress
Irene Windust ....... Matron
Dick Jeffries ....... Manager
William D. Kruse .... Director
J. Pat O'Malley ..... Bartender
Synopsis:

An angry mother blackmails a faded actor.  [DM]

 

4.29 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: BANQUO'S CHAIR

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1532A 

03-May-59

written by Francis Cockrell

story by Rupert Croft-Cooke

directed by Alfred Hitchcock

director of photography John L. Russell

Guest Stars:

John Williams ....... Inspector Brent

Kenneth Haigh ........ Roger Bedford

Reginald Gardiner ....... Major Cockfinch

Max Adrian ....... Robert Stone

Hilda Plowright ....... May Thorpe/Miss Ferguson's ghost

George Pelling ...... Assistant
Tom Dillon .......... Policeman

Synopsis:

An inspector plans to obtain a murder confession.  [DM]

 

4.30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A NIGHT WITH THE BOYS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1552A 

10-May-59

written by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

story by Jeff Heller

directed by John Brahm

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
John Smith .......... Irving Randall
Joyce Meadows ....... Frances Randall
Sam Buffington ...... Smalley
Joe De Santis
David Carlisle
Buzz Martin
Dick Nelson
William D. Kruse

Synopsis:

A man fakes being robbed to cover poker losses.  [DM]

 

4.31 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: YOUR WITNESS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1565A 

17-May-59

written by William Fay

story by Helen Neilson

directed by Norman Lloyd

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

Guest Stars:

Brian Keith ...... Arnold Shawn

Leora Dana ...... Naomi Shawn

William Hansen ...... Henry Babcock

Gordon Wynn ...... Kenneth Jerome, Sr.

Brian G. Hutton ...... Kenneth Jerome, Jr.

G. Stanley Jones .... Al Carmody
Everett Glass ....... Judge
Wayne Heffley ....... Police Officer

Synopsis:

A lawyer's wife watches him discredit a witness.  [DM]

 

4.32 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE HUMAN INTEREST STORY

prod. no. 1563A

24-May-59 CBS

written by Fredric Brown

from his story "The Last Martian"

directed by Norman Lloyd

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Steve McQueen ....... Bill Everett
Arthur Hill ......... Howard Wilcox
Tyler McVey ......... Cargan
William Challee ..... Barney
Anne Anderson ....... Elsie Wilcox

Synopsis:

A newspaper office gets a tip by telephone about a man who claims

to be a Martian. Bill Everett is assigned to investigate.  [DM]

     (02Nov60 Associated-Rediffusion London UK)  

 

4.33 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE DUSTY DRAWER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1553A 

31-May-59

written by Halsted Welles

story by Harry Muheim

directed by Herschel Daugherty

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Dick York ........... Norman Logan
Philip Coolidge ..... William Tritt
Wilton Graff ........ Mr. Pinkson
J. Pat O'Malley
Almira Sessions
Charity Grace
Edgar Dearing
Barry Brooks

Synopsis:

A man robs a bank to recover a stolen $200.  [DM]

 

4.34 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A TRUE ACCOUNT (aka Curtains For Me)

   ("A True Account" - copyright title)

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1542A  

07-Jun-59

written by Robert C. Dennis & Fredric Brown

story by Anthony Gilbert

directed by Leonard Horn

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Kent Smith .......... Gilbert Hughes
Jane Greer .......... Mrs. Cannon-Hughes
Robert Webber ....... Paul Brett
Madge Kennedy ....... Mrs. Mary Hughes
Jocelyn Brando ...... Alice
Dorothea Lord ....... Mrs. Simpson
Lillian O'Malley .... Housekeeper
Selmer Jackson ...... Reverend
Synopsis:

A nurse marries her slain patient's widower.  [DM]

 

4.35 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: TOUCHE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1558A 

14-Jun-59

teleplay by William Fay
based on a story by Bryce Walton
as published in "The Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine".
directed by John Brahm
director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Paul Douglas ........ Bill Fleming
Hugh Marlowe ........ Philip Baxter
Robert Morse ........ Sandy
Dodie Heath ......... Laura Fleming
King Calder
James Flavin
Robert Carson
Charlotte Knight

Synopsis:

A husband is urged to kill a rival in a duel.  [DM]

 

4.36 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: INVITATION TO AN ACCIDENT

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1524A 

21-Jun-59

written by Robert C. Dennis

story by Wade Miller

directed by Don Taylor

director of photography John L. Russell
Guest Stars:
Gary Merrill ....... Joseph Pond
Joanna Moore ........ Virginia Pond
Alan Hewitt ......... Albert Magnum
Ernestine Barrier ... Mrs. Bedsole
Peter Walker ........ Cam Bedsole
Lillian O'Malley .... Flora

Synopsis:

A worried friend pays for a wife's indiscretion.  [DM]

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