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 Season 6 (NBC) (1960-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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      NBC Tuesdays 8:30pm Eastern

 

6.01 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: HOOKED

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13643 

25-Sep-60 NBC Tue

written by Thomas Grant

story by Robert Turner

directed by Norman Lloyd

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

Guest Stars:

Anne Francis .......... Nyla Foster
Robert Horton ......... Ray Marchand
John Hamilton ......... Floyd Foster
Vivienne Segal ........ Gladys Marchand
Joseph Hamilton ....... Old Man
John Holland .......... Boatman
Synopsis:

A man plans to drown his fishing-enthusiast wife.

 

6.02 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MRS. BIXBY AND THE COLONEL'S COAT

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13674 

27-Sep-60 NBC Tue

written by Halsted Welles

based on a short story by Roald Dahl published in Nugget (1959)

directed by Alfred Hitchcock

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Audrey Meadows ........ Mrs. Bixby
Les Tremayne .......... Dr. Fred Bixby
Stephen Chase ......... The Colonel
Sally Hughes .......... Miss Putney
Maidie Norman ......... Eloise
Howard Caine .......... Pawnbroker
Bernie Hamilton ....... Dawson the Butler
Harry Cheshire ........ Mr. Gorman

Synopsis:

A wife must dispose of a gift from her lover.

 

6.03 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE DOUBTFUL DOCTOR

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13667 

04-Oct-60 NBC Tue

written by Jerry Sohl

story by Louis Paul

directed by Arthur Hiller

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Dick York ............. Ralph Jones
Gena Rowlands ......... Lucille Jones
Michael Burns ......... Sidney, boy with Baseball
John Zaremba .......... Talbert Collins
Ralph Smiley .......... Waiter
Robert Sampson ........ Ted Parkinson
Joseph Julian ......... Mr. Treadwell, superintendent

Synopsis:

A man thinks he has traveled back two years.

 

6.04 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: VERY MORAL THEFT

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13663 

11-Oct-60 NBC Tue

written by Allan Gordon

story by Jack Dillon

directed by Norman Lloyd

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Betty Field ........ Helen
Walter Matthau ..... Harry Wade
Karl Swenson ....... John Thompson
Sal Ponti .......... Carl
David Fresco ....... Parker
Rusty Lane ......... Ivers
Sam Gilman ......... Charlie
William Newell ..... Fescue
Robert Sampson ..... Jimmy
Claude Stroud ...... Orville
Keith Britton ...... Guard
Charles Carlson .... Teller

Synopsis:

A woman takes $8,000 to save her lover.

 

6.05 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE CONTEST FOR AARON GOLD

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13666 

18-Oct-1960 NBC Tue

teleplay by William Fay

story by Phillip Roth

directed by Norman Lloyd

director of photography John L. Russell

Guest Stars:

Barry Gordon ....... Aaron Gold

Sydney Pollack ........ Bernie Samuelson

Frank Maxwell ....... Lionel Stern

William Thourlby ........ Lefty James

John Craven ....... Herbert Gold

Buddy Lewis ....... Angelo

Michael Adam Lloyd ....... Henry

Robin Warga ...... Student

Phil Phillips ..... Student

Synopsis 1:

Frustrated artist Bernie Samuelson takes a job as the ceramics counselor

at Camp Lakeside. The work is unexciting, but he takes heart in the fact

that one of his students, Aaron Gold, shows great promise as a sculptor.

However, Aaron is decidedly un-athletic, and a conflict arises between

Bernie and Lefty, the swimming instructor, because Aaron's devotion to his

 sculpture makes him habitually late for his swimming class. The head of

the camp, Lionel Stern, takes Lefty's side, and exerts pressure on Bernie

to see to it that Aaron spends less time on his sculpture--but that he

nonetheless have it completed before parents' visiting day.   [RF]

Synopsis 2:

A boy makes a statue of a one-armed knight.

 

6.06 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE FIVE FORTY-EIGHT

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13660 

25-Oct-60 NBC Tue

written by Charlotte Armstrong

story by John Cheever

directed by John Brahm

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Zachary Scott ....... James Blake
Phyllis Thaxter ..... Iris Dent
Irene Windust ....... Mrs. Compton
Raymond Bailey ...... Mr. Watkins
Penny Edwards ....... Miss Smith
Charles Davis ....... Mr. Johnson
Phil Gordon ......... Bartender
Joseph Hamilton ..... Conductor
Synopsis:

A woman confronts the man who humiliated her.

 

6.07 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: PEN PAL

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13647 

01-Nov-60 NBC Tue

written by Hilary Murray

story by Henry Slesar & Jay Folb

directed by John Brahm

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

Guest Stars:

Clu Gulager ........... Rod Collins
Katherine Squire ...... Margaret Lowen
Stanley Adams ......... Detective Berger
Ray Montgomery ........ Intern
Gloria Ellis .......... Margie

Synopsis:

An escaped convict comes seeking his pen pal.

 

6.08 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: OUTLAW IN TOWN

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13679 

15-Nov-60 NBC Tue

written by Michael Fessier

directed by Herschel Daugherty

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Ricardo Montalban ..... Pepe Lorca / Tony Lorca
Constance Ford ........ Shasta Cooney
Arch Johnson .......... Bat McCormack
Patsy Kelly ........... Minnie Redwing
Bernard Kates ......... Billy Feeney
Addison Richards ...... Judge
Roscoe Ates ........... Zack
Ray Weaver ............ Marshal
Clegg Hoyt ............ Pat Mutts
Brad Weston ........... Grigg
Synopsis 1:
At the Last Chance Saloon, wanted outlaw Tony Lorca arrives during a blizzard

and the town citizens are bidding to see who will turn him in for the reward money. [RF]
Synopsis 1:

Townspeople believe a wanted outlaw has arrived. [DM]

 

6.09 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: OH, YOUTH AND BEAUTY

 (copyright title: "O, Youth & Beauty")

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13661 

22-Nov-60 NBC Tue

written by Halsted Welles

story by John Cheever

directed by Norman Lloyd

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Gary Merrill .......... Cash Bentley
Patricia Breslin ...... Louise Bentley
David Lewis ........... Jim Blackwood
Theodore Newton ....... Doctor
Dick Winslow .......... Harry
Maurice Manson ........ Arthur
Dudley Manlove ........ George
Gloria Henninger ...... Cathy

Synopsis:

An aging ex-collegiate hurdler refuses to quit.

 

6.10  Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MONEY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13676  

29-Nov-60 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography Ray Cory, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Robert Loggia ......... Larry Chetnick
Doris Dowling ......... Angie Chetnick
Wolfe Barzell ......... Miklos
Will Kuluva ........... Steve Bregornick
Monica May ............ Receptionist

Synopsis:

A man plots to acquire some of his boss's cash.

 

6.11 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: SYBILLA

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13664 

06-Dec-60 NBC Tue

written by Charlotte Armstrong

story by Margaret Manners

directed by Ida Lupino

Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Barbara Bel Geddes ..... Sybilla Meade
Alexander Scourby ...... Horace Meade
Bartlett Robinson ...... Lawyer
Madge Kennedy .......... Mrs. Clark
Gordon Wynn ............ Mr. Clark
? ....... Doctor

Synopsis:

A man records murder plans in his diary.

 

6.12 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MAN WITH TWO FACES

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13677 

13-Dec-60 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Stuart Rosenberg

director of photography Neal Beckner, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Spring Byington ....... Alice Wagner
Bethel Leslie ......... Mabel Draves
Steve Dunne ........... Lt. Meade
Harp McGuire .......... Leo
Adrienne Marden ....... Mildred

Synopsis:

A woman sees her son-in-law's face in a mug book.

Synopsis:
While looking at mug shots to find a purse snatcher,

Mrs. Wagner sees a face that looks just like her son-in-law. [RF]

 

6.13 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE BABY BLUE EXPRESSION

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13602 

20-Dec-60 NBC Tue

written by Helen Nielsen

story by Mary Stolz

directed by Arthur Hiller

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Sarah Marshall ...... Poopsie Barrett
Pete Walker ......... Philip Weaver
Richard Gaines ...... James Barrett
Edit Angold ......... Ellen
Leonard Weinrib ..... Harry
Chet Stratton ....... Raymond
Liz Carr ............ Party Guest
Frank Richards ...... Party Guest
Charles H. Carlson .. Postal Employee

Synopsis 1:

A conspiring wife mistakenly mails an incriminating letter.

Synopsis 2:
The expression belongs to lawyer James Barrett's feather-brained wife.

Barrett's planning a business trip to Toronto, but his assistant Philip Weaver

has also planned something - Barrett's demise. Seems Weaver and

Mrs. Barrett feel that way about each other. [RF]
 

6.14 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MAN WHO FOUND THE MONEY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13642 

27-Dec-60 NBC Tue

written by Allan Gordon

story by James E. Cronin

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

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

Guest Stars:

Arthur Hill ........... William Benson
Rod Cameron ........... Curtis Newsome
R.G. Armstrong ........ Captain Bone
Lucy Prentis .......... Elaine Purdy
Baynes Barron ......... Lent
Clancy Cooper ......... A.J. Meecham
Charles Sherlock ...... Croupier
Mark Allen ............ Man
Mike Ragan ............ Desk Sergeant
?..... Joyce Benson (voice only)

Synopsis:

A man finds trouble along with $92,000.

 

6.15 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE CHANGING HEART

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13670

03-Jan-61 NBC Tue

written by Robert Bloch

directed by Robert Florey

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

Guest Stars:

Nicholas Pryor ........ Dane Ross
Abraham Sofaer ........ Ulrich Klemm
Anne Helm ............. Lisa Klemm
Robert Sampson ........ Jack
David Fresco .......... Clerk
Baruch Lumet .......... Man

Synopsis:

A man falls for a watchmaker's granddaughter.

 

6.16 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: SUMMER SHADE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13688 

10-Jan-61 NBC Tue

written by Harold Swanton

story by Nora H. Caplan

directed by Herschel Daugherty

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

Guest Stars:

Julie Adams ........... Phyllis Kendall
James Franciscus ...... Mr. Ben Kendall
Susan Gordon .......... Kate Kendall
John Hoyt ............. Rev. White
Charity Grace ......... Amelia Gastell

Stuart Nedd ........... Doctor
Veronica Cartwright ... Lettie

Synopsis:

A little girl acquires a Puritan playmate.

 

6.17 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A CRIME FOR MOTHERS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13684 

24-Jan-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Ida Lupino

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Claire Trevor ......... Lottie Meade
Biff Elliot ........... Phil Ames
Robert Sampson ........ Ralph Birdwell
Patricia Smith ........ Jane Birdwell
Howard McNear ......... Mr. Maxwell
King Calder ........... Charlie Vance
Gail Bonney ........... Secretary
Sally Smith ........... Margaret

Synopsis 1:

A mother plans to kidnap her estranged daughter.

Synopsis 2:
The Birdwells have raised little Eileen since infancy, but have been unable to

adopt the girl. Now the girl's mother, an alcoholic named Lottie, shows up

and asks for her child - or money. [RF]

 

6.18 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE LAST ESCAPE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13678 

31-Jan-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Keenan Wynn ........... Joe Ferlini
Jan Sterling .......... Wanda Ferlini
John Craven ........... Tommy Baggett
Dennis Patrick ........ Phil Roscoe
Jack Livesey .......... Dr. Rushfield
Robert Carson ......... Police Chief
Ronnie Rondell Jr. .... Dave
Claude Stroud ......... Official
Charles Meredith ...... Clergyman
Sam Flint ............. Business Man
Ed Allen .............. Musician

Synopsis:

An escape artist plans one last escapade.

 

6.19 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE GREATEST MONSTER OF THEM ALL

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13657 

14-Feb-61 NBC Tue (rebroadcast 01Aug61)

written by Robert Bloch

story by Bryce Walton

directed by Robert Stevens

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Richard Hale ........ Ernst von Kroft
William Redfield .... Fred Logan
Sam Jaffe ........... Hal Ballew
Robert H. Harris .... Morty Lenton
Meri Welles ......... Lara Lee
Charles Carlson
Baruch Lumet
Mike Taylor
Ronnie Sorenson
Eve Lesley
Joan Marcus
Phil Adams

Synopsis:
Ernest Von Kroft, once famous in monster roles and now down on his luck,

is trying for a comeback in producer Hal Ballew's latest movie.

But director Morty Lenton thinks Kroft is just another has-been. [RF]

Synopsis 2:

A humiliated horror-movie star seeks revenge. [DM]

 

6.20 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE LANDLADY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13673 

21-Feb-61 NBC Tue

written by Robert Bloch

based on a short story by Roald Dahl

    published in the New Yorker (Nov 28, 1959)

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Dean Stockwell ........ Billy Weaver
Patricia Collinge ..... The Landlady
Laurie Main ........... Wilkins
George Pelling ........ Bert
Burt Mustin ........... Garvis
Barry Harvey .......... Tom
Jim Livesey ........... Ross

Synopsis:

A man rents a room from an eccentric landlady.

 

6.21 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE THROWBACK

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13687 

28-Feb-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by John Brahm

director of photography Neal Beckner, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Murray Matheson ....... Cyril Hardeen
Scott Marlowe ......... Eliot Gray
Joyce Meadows ......... Enid
John Indisano ......... Joseph
Bert Remsen ........... Lt. Marsh
Howard McLeod ......... Sgt. Baker

Synopsis:

A jilted lover claims his rival attacked him.

 

6.22 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE KISS OFF

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13662 

07-Mar-61 NBC Tue

written by Talmadge Powell

story by John Foran

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Rip Torn .............. Ernie Walters
Mary Munday ........... Florrie
Bert Freed ............ Detective Cooper
Kenneth Patterson ..... District Attorney
Frank Scully .......... Desk Clerk
Florence MacMichael ... Woman Witness
Don Keefer ............ Tax Clerk
Harry Swoger .......... Taxi Driver

Synopsis 1:

An unjustly jailed man robs for compensation. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
A man, fresh out of prison, resumes the measured pattern of his civilian career

by knocking off the state tax office. Having sharpened his wits in prison,

he remembers, this time, to wear a disguise. [RF]

 

6.23 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE HORSE PLAYER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13683 

14-Mar-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Alfred Hitchcock

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

Guest Stars:

Claude Rains .......... Father Amion
Ed Gardner ............ Sheridan
Percy Helton .......... Sexton
Kenneth MacKenna ...... Bishop Cannon
Mike Ragan ............ Mr. Cheever
William Newell ........ Bank Teller #1
David Carlile ......... Bank Teller #2
Ada Murphy ............ Elderly Woman
John Yount ............ Altar Boy #1
Jackie Carroll ........ Altar Boy #2

Synopsis 1:

A horse bettor thinks prayer is helping him. [DM]

Synopsis 2:
Just as Father Amion is looking for church repair funds, a number of large bills start

showing up in the collection plate. The priest discovers the source of the newfound

generosity is a grateful horseplayer who has had a race track winning streak. [RF]

 

6.24 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: INCIDENT IN A SMALL JAIL

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13685 

21-Mar-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Norman Lloyd

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
John Fiedler .......... Leon Gorwald
Richard Jaeckel ....... Mechanic
Ron Nicholas .......... Sandy
Myron Healey .......... Officer Carly
Crahan Denton ......... Sheriff Monte
William Challee ....... Old Petrie
Joan Dupuis ........... Woman entering car

Synopsis:

A salesman is jailed with an accused murderer [DM]

 

6.25 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A WOMAN'S HELP

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13686 

28-Mar-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Arthur Hiller

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

Guest Stars:

Geraldine Fitzgerald .. Elizabeth Bourdon
Scott McKay ........... Arnold Bourdon
Leon Lontoc ........... Chester
Antoinette Bower ...... Joan Greco
Lillian O'Malley ......
Mother

Synopsis:

A man plots with a nurse to kill his ailing wife. [DM]

 

6.26 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MUSEUM PIECE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13665 

04-Apr-61 NBC Tue

written by Harold Swanton

story by William C. Morrison

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Myron McCormick ...... Newton B. Clovis
Larry Gates .......... Clay Hollister
Bert Convy ........... Ben Hollister
Edward C. Platt ...... D.A. Henshaw
Charles Meredith ..... Judge
Tom Gilleran ......... Tim McCaffrey
Darlene Tompkins ..... Tim's Girlfriend
Tom Begley ........... Prison Guard
Paul Bradley ......... Court Reporter

Synopsis:

A man asks about a skeleton hanging in a museum.

 

6.27 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: COMING, MAMA

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13682 

11-Apr-61 NBC Tue

written by James P. Cavanagh

story by Henriette McClelland

directed by George Stevens Jr.

director of photography Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Eileen Heckart ........ Lucy Baldwin
Don DeFore ............ Arthur Clark
Madge Kennedy ......... Mrs. Baldwin
Jesslyn Fax ........... Mrs. Evans
Robert Karnes ......... Mr. Simon
Arthur Malet .......... Doctor
Gail Bonney ........... Mrs. Clark

Synopsis 1:

A woman decides to kill her domineering mother.

Synopsis 2:
After caring for her invalid mother for years, Lucy Baldwin thinks

she sees a chance for a new life through marriage to Arthur Clark.

But domineering Mrs. Baldwin refuses to let her daughter leave. [RF]

 

6.28 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: DEATHMATE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13680 

18-Apr-61 NBC Tue

written by Bill S. Ballinger

story by James Causey

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Gia Scala ............. Lisa Talbot
Lee Philips ........... Ben Conant aka Freddie Sheldon
Les Tremayne .......... Peter Talbot
Russell Collins ....... Alvin Moss
Ann Staunton .......... Woman

Synopsis 1:

A con artist learns he is being investigated.

Synopsis 2:
Con artist Ben Conant's latest prey is Lisa Talbot. But before Conant can put

the bite on Mrs. Talbot, a private detective tells him that Mr. Talbot has found him out. [RF]

 

6.29 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: GRATITUDE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13654 

25-Apr-61 NBC Tue

written by William Fay

story by Donn Byrne

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography Neal Beckner, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Peter Falk ............ Meyer Fine
Paul Hartman .......... John Ingo
Edmund Hashim ......... Frank Mazzotti
Karl Lukas ............ Otto
Bert Remsen ........... Lt. McDermott
John Dennis ........... Joe Dunphy
Adam Stewart .......... Avery Combs, Jr.
Phil Gordon ........... Frank
Clegg Hoyt ............ Hubert
Forrest Lederer ....... Croupier
Janos Czingula ........ Investigator
Synopsis 1:

A valet performs a final service for his boss.

Synopsis 2:
Gambling club proprietor Meyer Fine fears that Avery Coombs's

heavy losses might lead to trouble. His fears are soon confirmed

- Combs commits suicide, and the police crack down. [RF]

 

6.30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE PEARL NECKLACE

   (copyright title: "The Pearl Necklace")

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13691 

02-May-61 NBC Tue

written by Peggy Shaw & Lou Shaw

directed by Don Weis

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

Guest Stars:

Jack Cassidy .......... Mark
Ernest Truex .......... Howard Rutherford
Hazel Court ........... Charlotte Jameson Rutherford
Michael Burns ......... Billy Lansing
David Faulkner ........ Young Billy
Shirley O'Hara ........ Nurse

Diane Webber ...... the Other Woman

Synopsis:

A woman consents to marry her rich, aging boss.

 

6.31 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: YOU CAN'T TRUST A MAN

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13693 

09-May-61 NBC Tue

written by Helen Neilson

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography Neal Beckner

Guest Stars:

Polly Bergen .......... Crystal Coe
Frank Albertson ....... George Wyncliff
Joe Maross ............ Tony
Claire Carleton ....... Pauline

Walter Kinsella ....... Lieutenant
Andy Romano ........... Gas Station Attendant
Keith Britton ......... Police Officer

Synopsis 1:

An ex-convict visits his double-crossing wife.

Synopsis 2:

Entertainer Crystal Coe is paid a visit by an ex-convict named Tony.  [RF]

 

6.32 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE GLOATING PLACE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13694 

16-May-61 NBC Tue

written by Robert Bloch

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography Neal Beckner

Guest Stars:

Susan Harrison ........ Susan Harper
Henry Brandt ........... Lt. Palmer

Erin O'Brien-Moore .... Linda Harper
King Calder ........... Phil Harper
Marta Kristen ......... Marjorie Stone

Tom Gilleran .......... Tom
Tyler McVey ........... Sgt. Martin
David Fresco .......... Photography
Eve McVeagh ........... Eve, the Reporter
Monica Henreid ........ Julia

Synopsis:

A teen-ager fakes an attack to gain attention.

 *Note: The name of the high school in this episode is Shamley High,

another little pun from Alfred since that's his production company's name. [RF]

 

6.33 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: SELF DEFENSE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13698 

23-May-61 NBC Tue

written by John T. Kelley

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography Neal Beckner

Guest Stars:

George Nader .......... Gerald R. Clarke
Audrey Totter ......... Mrs. Philips
Jessalyn Fax .......... Mrs. Gruber
Steve Gravers ......... Lt. Schwartz
Selmer Jackson ........ Clergyman
David Carlile ......... Sgt. Krebs

Bob Paget ............. Jimmy Philips
Alexander Lockwood .... Henry Willard

Synopsis:

A man shoots and kills a teen-age thief.

 

6.34 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A SECRET LIFE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13668 

30-May-61 NBC Tue

teleplay by Jerry Sohl

story by Nicholas Monsarrat

directed by Don Weis

director of photography Neal Beckner, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Ronald Howard ......... James Howgill
Patricia Donahue ...... Margery Howgill
Addison Richards ...... Crandall Johnson
Arte Johnson .......... Mr. Bates
Florence MacMichael ... Mrs. Hackett
Meri Welles ........... Kathleen Perry
Mary Murphy ........... Estelle Newman

Synopsis 1:
James Howgill wasn't a divorce and on the advice of his lawyer,

he hires a private detective to watch his wife Margery. But he doesn't

think anything will come of it, he's sure Margery leads a very dull existence.  [RF]

Synopsis 2:

A man thinks his wife is seeing a movie star.

 

6.35 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: SERVANT PROBLEM

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13692 

06-Jun-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

Guest Stars:

Jo Van Fleet .......... Molly Goff
John Emery ............ Kerwin Drake
Alice Frost ........... Mrs. Standish
Bartlett Robinson ..... Mr. Colton
Katherine Givney ...... Mrs. Colton
Grandon Rhodes ........ Standish
Joan Hackett .......... Sylvia
Jane Johnston ......... Tina

Synopsis 1:
Novelist Kerwin Drake is a great success, and he's about to play

host to some very impressive people. But the first arrival is both

unimpressive and uninvited, it's his wife Molly, whom he hasn't

seen in many, many years.  [RF]
Synopsis 2:

A man's wife returns after 23 years.

 

6.36 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: COMING HOME

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13651 

13-Jun-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Alf Kjellin

director of photography Neal Beckner, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Crahan Denton ......... Harry Beggs
Jeanette Nolan ........ Edith Beggs
Robert Carson ......... Warden
Kreg Martin ........... Lucky the Bartender
Harry Swoger .......... Prison Cashier
Syl Lamont ............ Man
Susan Silo ............ Angela Beggs
Gil Perkins ........... Bus Driver
Josie Lloyd ........... Bank Teller

Synopsis 1:
Parolee Harry Beggs saved up some money during his long

prison term with which to begin a new life. But he meets a pretty

girl in a neighborhood tavern, and his money is soon gone.  [RF]
Synopsis 2:

After 20 years, a man leaves prison with $1,636.

 

6.37 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: FINAL ARRANGEMENTS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13697 

20-Jun-61 NBC Tue

written by Robert Arthur

story by Lawrence A. Page

directed by Gordon Hessler

director of photography Neal Beckner

Guest Stars:

Martin Balsam ......... Leonard Thompson
Vivian Nathan ......... Elsie Thompson
O.Z. Whitehead ........ Simms the Funeral Director
Slim Pickens .......... Bradshaw
Bartlett Robinson ..... Dr. Maxwell
Susan Brown ........... Secretary
George Kane ........... Pharmacist
Bryan Russell ......... Billy Howard

Synopsis:

A man plans a funeral before there is a death.

Synopsis 2:

Leonard Compson, a quiet middle-aged type, visits a funeral parlor. He orders the most

expensive casket available. When asked for the name of the deceased, he says there

isn't one - yet. [RF]

 

6.38 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MAKE MY DEATH BED

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13645 

27-Jun-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry A. Cogge

story by Babs H. Deal

directed by Arthur Hiller

Guest Stars:

Diana Van der Vlis .... Elise Taylor
Biff Elliot ........... Dr. Bob Hudson
Jocelyn Brando ........ Della Hudson
James Best ............ Bish Darby

Synopsis:

A jealous husband kills one of his friends.

 

6.39 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: AMBITION

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13689 

04-Jul-61 NBC Tue

written by Joel Murcott

story by Charles Boeckman

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography Neal Beckner, A.S.C.

Guest Stars:

Leslie Nielsen ..... Rudy Cox

Harold J. Stone ..... Mac Davis

Ann Robinson ..... Helen Cox

Bernard Kates ....... Lou Heinz

Harry Landers .... Ernie Stillingwater

Charles Carlson ....... Cliff Woodman

Charles Arnt ...... Mayor

Syl Lamont ...... Hood

Howard McLeod .... Judge

Synopsis 1:
District Attorney Rudolf Cox hopes to get a politically valuable

conviction with the help of a stool pigeon named Lou Heinz.

But Heinz is afraid he'll never live to testify in court.  [RF]

Synopsis 2:

A mobster pressures a prosecutor to drop a case.

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