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 Season 7 (NBC) (1961-62)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
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######### Alfred Hitchcock presents ##########

############## season 7 1961-62 ##############

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

        NBC Tuesdays 8:30pm Eastern

 

7.01 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE HAT BOX

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13653 

10-Oct-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

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

Guest Stars:

Paul Ford ....... Professor Jarvis

Billy Gray ....... Perry Hatch

Frank Maxwell ....... Lt. Roman

Jamie Brothers ...... Denny

Synopsis 1:

College student Perry Hatch is caught cribbing on an anatomy

test by Professor Jarvis, who threatens to tell the boy's father.  [RF]

Synopsis 2:

Students think a professor has killed his wife.

 

7.02 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: BANG, YOU'RE DEAD

Revue-Shamley prod. no 15304 

17-Oct-61 NBC Tue

written by Margery Vosper

story by Harold Swanton

directed by Alfred Hitchcock

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Steve Dunne ........... Rich Sheffield
Bill Mumy ............. Jackie Chester
Biff Elliot ........... Fred Chester
Lucy Prentiss ......... Amy Chester
Dean Moray ............ Gary
Kelly Flynn ........... Stephen
Mary Grace Canfield ... Supermarket Customer
Craig Duncan .......... Clerk
Marta Kristen ......... Jiffy Snack Girl
Karl Lukas ............ Mailman
Juanita Moore ......... Cleo
Olan Soule ............ Darlene's father
John Zaremba .......... Supermarket Manager
Thayer Burton ......... Cashier
Jeff Parker ........... Shopping Cart man

Synopsis:

 Jackie Chester thinks his uncle will bring him a toy revolver,

 and when his uncle arrives, Jackie finds one - but it's no toy.  [RF]

 

7.03 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MARIA

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15322 

24-Oct-61 NBC Tue

Playlist - Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Maria (3pt)

written by John Collier

story by John Wyndham

directed by Boris Sagal

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:

Norman Lloyd ....... Leo Torbey

Nita Talbot ....... Carol Torbey

Merry Anders ....... Lena

Venus DeMars ....... Emila Maria Travatore

Edmund Hasim ........ El Magnifico

Kreg Martin ....... Benny

Marjorie Bennett ...... Elderly Woman

Billy Curtis ....... Midget

Doug Carlson ....... Roustabout

Synopsis 1:

Carnival man Leo Torbey wakes up with a hangover and

a newly-purchased trained monkey. Leo's wife Carole wants

to get rid of the animal, Leo wants to give it a chance.  [RF]
Synopsis 2:

An artistic carnival ``monkey'' takes revenge.

 

7.04 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: COP FOR A DAY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13652 

31-Oct-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Walter Matthau ...... Phil
Glenn Cannon ........ Davey
Carol Grace ......... the Woman (the witness)
Bernard Fein ........ Marty Hirsch
Robert Reiner ....... Officer Thomas Spinelli
George Kane ......... Officer Max Miller
Anatol Winogradoff .. Delicatessen Counterman
Susan Brown ......... Receptionist
Tom Begley .......... Bank Messenger
Kathryne Dudley ..... Lady asking for nearest Post Office

Synopsis 1:

A crook's plan to silence a witness backfires.

Synopsis 2:
A pair of hoods named Phil and Davey hold up a bank messenger and shoot him while

 making their getaway. Real trouble starts when they learn the messenger is dead and

there was a witness to the shooting.  [RF]

 

7.05 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: KEEP ME COMPANY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13655 

07-Nov-61 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography Neal Beckner, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Anne Francis ........ Julia Reddy
Jack Ging ........... Detective Parks
Edmund Hashim ....... Marco Reddy
Anthony Hall ........ Sam Reddy
Billy Wells ......... Kenny Reddy
Hinton Pope ......... First Cop
Howard McLeod ....... Second Cop

Synopsis:

A lonely woman unwittingly helps the police.

 

7.06 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: BETA DELTA GAMMA

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15320 

14-Nov-61 NBC Tue

written by Calvin Clements

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

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

Guest Stars:

Burt Brinckerhoff ......... Alan

Duke Howard ......... Mark

Severn Darden ........ Franklin

Joel Crothers ......... Robert
Barbara Harris ........ Beth
Petrie Mason .......... Dodo
Barbara Steele ........ Phyllis

Synopsis:

A fraternity's practical joke proves deadly.

 

7.07 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: YOU CAN'T BE A LITTLE GIRL ALL YOUR LIFE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15317 

21-Nov-61 NBC Tue

written by Helen Neilson

story by Stanley Ellin

directed by Norman Lloyd

Guest Stars:

Dick York ........... Tom Barton

Carolyn Kearney ........... Julie Barton

John Anderson .......... Nicholson

Ted de Corsia ........... Police Lt. Christensen

Bill Quinn ....... Mr. Dutton

Frank Milan ......... Dr. Vaughn

Howard Caine ......... District Attorney Asst

Keith Britton ........ The Policeman

Synopsis:

A shy woman attempts to identify an attacker.

 

7.08 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE OLD PRO

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15318 

28-Nov-61 NBC Tue

written by Calvin Clements

story by H.A. De Rosso

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography Dale Deverman

Guest Stars:

Richard Conte ............ Frank Burns

Sara Shane ............ Loretta Burns

Stacy Harris ......... Cullen

John Anderson ......... Nicholson

Richard Carlyle ....... Mace

Synopsis 1:

A hired killer's retirement ends suddenly.

Synopsis 2:

Frank Burns may have retired as a professional killer, but he's still

not getting much peace and quiet. There's a guy

named Cullen who knows about Frank's past and is

keeping quiet about it as long as Frank can afford it.  [RF]

 

7.09 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: I SPY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13658 

05-Dec-61 NBC Tue

written by John Collier

story by John Mortimer

directed by Norman Lloyd

director of photography Peter Hennessey
Guest Stars:
Kay Walsh ........... Mrs. Morgan
Eric Barker ......... Henry Frute
Cecil Parker ........ Lawyer
William Kendall ..... Captain Morgan
Elspeth Duxbury ..... Gladys
Nicholas Selby ...... Process Server

Synopsis:

A detective falls for the woman he is watching.

 

7.10 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: SERVICES RENDERED

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15330 

12-Dec-1961 NBC Tue

written by Richard Levinson & William Link

directed by Paul Henreid

Director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Hugh Marlowe .......... Dr. Ralph Mannix
Steve Dunne ........... Young Man
Bernadette Hale ....... Miss Sherman
Percy Helton .......... Cyrus Rutherford
Bert Remsen ........... Jimmy
Karl Lukas ............ Uncle Ben
Tom Pace .............. the Man
Ottola Nesmith ........ Woman Eyewitness
Andy Romano ........... Workman

Synopsis 1:

An amnesia victim has $1,000 and a doctor's name.

Synopsis 2:
A young man is injured in an accident and succumbs to amnesia.

He searches his pockets for some clue to his identity, and finds two items

- a thousand dollar bill and the address of a Dr. Mannix. [RF]
*Note: On end credits Hugh Marlowe's character is listed as Dr. Ralph Mannix yet

on his door to his office the name is spelt Dr. Mannick.

 

7.11 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE RIGHT KIND OF MEDICINE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15324 

19-Dec-1961 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

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

Guest Stars:

Robert Redford ........ Charlie Pugh

Russell Collins ......... Mr. Fletcher

Joby Baker ....... Vernon

Gage Clarke ........ Dr. Vogel

King Calder ......... Police Lieutenant

Robert Karnes .......... Sergeant

Bernard Kates ....... Witness

Bert Remsen ...... Officer

Harry Swoger ........ Mr. Grissom

Synopsis:

A wounded killer has a pain prescription filled.

 

7.12 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A JURY OF HER PEERS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15328 

26-Dec-1961 NBC Tue

written by James P. Cavanagh

story by Susan Glaspell

directed by Robert Florey

director of photography Dale Deverman

Guest Stars:

Ann Harding ......... Sarah Hale

Frances Reid ........ Mary Peters

June Walker ...... Millie Wright

Robert Bray ....... Henry Peters

Ray Teal ....... Jim Hale

Philip Bourneuf ....... George Henderson

Synopsis 1:

Two women uncover the motive for a murder.

Synopsis 2:

Jim Hale stops off for a visit at the home of his neighbors,

the Wrights. On the first floor he encounters Millie

Wright, a phlegmatic sort, thoroughly engrossed

in her knitting, and on the second floor he

encounters Millie's husband.  [RF]

 

7.13 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE SILK PETTICOAT

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15310 

02-Jan-1962 NBC Tue

written by Halsted Welles & Norman Ginsburg

story by Joseph Shearing

directed by John Newland

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Michael Rennie ........ Sir Humphrey J. Orford
Antoinette Bower ...... Elisa Minden
Jack Livesey .......... Dr. Minden
Doris Lloyd ........... Mrs. Boyd
David Frankham ........ Philip Haven
Molly Glessing ........ Parlor Maid
Shirley O'Hara ........ Flora

Synopsis:

A woman learns her future husband's dark secret.

 

7.14 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: BAD ACTOR

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15303 

09-Jan-1962 NBC Tue

written by Robert Bloch

story by Max Franklin

directed by John Newland

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Robert Duvall ......... Bart Conway
Charles Robinson ...... Jerry Lane
Carole Eastman ........ Marjorie Rogers
David Lewis ........... Ed Boling
William Schallert ..... Lt. Gunderson
Bartlett Robinson ..... Donald Wellman
Jo Helton ............. the Secretary
Raven Grey Eagle ...... the Bongo Player
Synopsis:

An actor murders his rival for a part.

 

7.15 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE DOOR WITHOUT A KEY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15314 

16-Jan-1962 NBC Tue

teleplay by Irving Elman

story by Norman Daniels

directed by Herschel Daugherty

director of photography Dale Deverman

Guest Stars:

Claude Rains ........ Leonard Eldridge

Bill Mumy ......... Mickey Hollins

John Larch ........... Captain Shaw

Connie Gilchrist ...... Maggie Vanderman
David Fresco .......... Dave
Sam Gilman ............ Squad Car Officer
Andy Romano ........... the Patrolman
Robert Carson ......... Lieutenant
Jimmy Hawkins ......... Dewey Sims
Jeff Parker ........... Larry Rowan
Susan Hart ............ Jill

Synopsis:

A sheriff brings together an old man and a boy.

 

7.16 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE CASE OF M.J.H.

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15333 

23-Jan-1962 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography Dale Deverman
Guest Stars:
Robert Loggia ......... Jimmy French
Barbara Baxley ........ Maude Sheridan
Richard Gaines ........ M.J. Harrison
Theodore Newton ....... Dr. Cooper
Marjorie Eaton ........ Landlady
Leatrice Leigh ........ Receptionist

Synopsis:

An extortionist exploits a lonely woman's love.

 

7.17 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE FAITH OF AARON MENEFEE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15313 

30-Jan-1962 NBC Tue

written by Ray Bradbury

story by Stanley Ellin

directed by Norman Lloyd

director of photography Dale Deverman

Guest Stars:

Andrew Prine ........... Aaron Menefee

Robert Armstrong ........... Dr. Buckles

Sidney Blackmer ........... Rev. Otis Jones

Maggie Pierce ......... Emily Jones

Olan Soule ......... Brother Fish

Gail Bonney ............ Woman

Don Hammer ......... Vern Byers

Synopsis:

A man has an unswerving belief in a faith healer.

 

7.18 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE WOMAN WHO WANTED TO LIVE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15321 

06-Feb-1962 NBC Tue

written by Bryce Walton

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography Dale Deverman

Guest Stars:

Lola Albright ............ Lisa

Charles Bronson .......... Ray Bardon

Ray Montgomery ........... Gas Station Attendent

Craig Curtis ........ Rook

Ben Bryant ........... Fat Boy

Robert Rudelson ........... Cuke

Jesslyn Fax ........... Motel Proprietress

Synopsis:

An escaped convict takes a cooperative hostage.

 

7.19 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: STRANGE MIRACLE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15323 

13-Feb-1962 NBC Tue

teleplay by Halsted Welles

story by George Langelaan

directed by Norman Lloyd

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

Guest Stars:

David Opatoshu .......... Pedro Sicueros

Miriam Colon ......... Lolla Sicueros

Eduardo Ciannelli ............ the Priest

Frank DeKova ......... Senor Vargas

Adelina Pedroza .......... Maria

Tina Menard ..... the Nun

Synopsis:

A man fakes paralysis to claim insurance money.

 

7.20 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE TEST

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15329 

20-Feb-1962 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Boris Sagal

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

Guest Stars:

Brian Keith .......... Vernon Wedge

Eduardo Ciannelli ........... Mr. Marino

Rod Lauren ....... Benjy Marino

William Bramley ......... Dr. Hagerty

Steve Gravers .......... Prosecutor Wickers

Tenen Holtz ......... Witness Sol Dankers

Rusty Lane ...... The Judge

Eve McVeagh ........... Mrs. Archer
Dee J. Thompson ....... Olga
Ken Harp .............. the Baliff
Dick Hilleary ......... Jury Foreman

Synopsis:

An analysis of a knife could prove innocence.

 

7.21 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: BURGLAR PROOF

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15331 

27-Feb-1962 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by John Newland

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

Guest Stars:

Robert Webber ....... Harrison Fell

Paul Hartman ............ Sammy Morrisey

Whit Bissell ...... Mr. Bliss

Philip Ober .........Wilton Stark

Howard McLeod .......... Mr. Grady

Josie Lloyd ........... Dorothy

Synopsis:

An ad man hires an ex-crook to test a new safe.

 

7.22 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE BIG SCORE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15319 

06-Mar-1962 NBC Tue

written by Bryce Walton

story by Sam Merwin, Jr.

directed by Boris Sagal

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

Guest Stars:

Evans Evans ........... Dora

Philip Reed ......... F. Hubert Fellowes

Rafael Campos ........ Gino

John Zaremba .......... Police Lieutenant Morgan

Tom Gilleran ......... Mike

Jesse Jacobs ......... Ozzie

Joe Trapaso ........ Murphy

Synopsis:

Young robbers take on more than they can handle.

 

7.23 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: PROFIT SHARING PLAN

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15334 

13-Mar-1962 NBC Tue

written by Richard Levinson & William Link

directed by Bernard Girard

director of photography Dale Deverman

Guest Stars:

Henry Jones ........... Miles Cheever
Ruth Storey ........... Mrs. Cheever
Rebecca Sand .......... Anita
Frank Maxwell ......... Rudy
Stephanie Hill ........ Miss Lemmon
Humphrey Davis ........ Mr. Dougherty
Jim Sweeney ........... Elevator Operator
Lew Brown ............. Airline Ticket Agent
Hinton Pope ........... Police Detective
Lael Jackson .......... Stewardess
Suzanne Noel .......... Junior Stewardess

Synopsis:

A man plans to retire with loot and his mistress.

 

7.24 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: APEX

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15301 

20-Mar-1962 NBC Tue

teleplay by John T. Kelley

based on a story by James Workman

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography Dale Deverman
Guest Stars
Patricia Breslin ...... Margo
Vivienne Segal ........ Clara
Mark Miller ........... Claude
George Kane ........... George Weeks

Synopsis:

A man and his lover plan the murder of his wife.

 

7.25 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE LAST REMAINS

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15327 

27-Mar-1962 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Leonard Horn

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Ed Gardner ............ Marvin J. Foley
John Fiedler .......... Amos Duff
Len Weinrib ........... Stanley
Walter Kinsella ....... Lt. Morgan
Molly Ryder ........... the Girl
Gail Bonney ........... the Librarian

Synopsis:

An undertaker attempts to collect from a killer.

 

7.26 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: TEN O'CLOCK TIGER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15309 

03-Apr-1962 NBC Tue

written by William Fay

directed by Bernard Girard

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Robert Keith .......... Arthur "The Professor" Duffy
Frankie Darro ......... Boots Murphy
Karl Lukas ............ Soldier Fresno
Bruce Dushman ......... Buster
Chuck Hicks ........... Gypsy Joe
Charles E. Perry ...... Handler
Andy Romano ........... Cop
Syl Lamont ............ the Attendant

Synopsis:

A manager buys a formula to energize his boxer.

 

7.27 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: ACT OF FAITH

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15305 

10-Apr-1962 NBC Tue

teleplay by Eric Ambler
based on a story by Nicholas Monsarrat
directed by Bernard Girard
director of photography Dale Deverman
Guest Stars:
George Grizzard ....... Alan Chatterton
Dennis King ........... Ralston Temple
Florence MacMichael ... Alice
Jenö Mate ............. Luigi
Mary Grace Canfield ... Kathy Carr
Alan Campbell ......... Show-Biz Agent

Synopsis:

A young writer asks an author to finance a book.

 

7.28 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE KERRY BLUE

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15339 

17-Apr-1962 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography Dale Deverman
Guest Stars:
Carmen Mathews ........ Thelma Malley
Gene Evans ............ Ned Malley
Robert Reiner ......... Dr. Prentice
John Zaremba .......... Dr. Chaff
David Carlyle ......... Detective
C. Warren Smith ....... Intern

Synopsis:

A man accuses his wife of killing his dog, Annie, the true love of his life.

 

7.29 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MATCHED PEARL

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15307 

24-Apr-1962 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Bernard Girard

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
John Ireland .......... Captain McCabe
Ernest Truex .......... Hubert Wilkens
Sharon Farrell ........ Lolly Wilkens
Émile Genest .......... Laurent DuBois / Lawrence Kirkwood
Michael King .......... Conroy
Charlotte Knight ...... Cleaning Woman

Synopsis:

A man orders a match to a black pearl he bought.

 

7.30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: WHAT FRIGHTENED YOU, FRED?

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15341 

01-May-1962 NBC Tue

written by Joel Murcott

story by Jack Ritchie

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
R.G. Armstrong ........ Fred Riordan
Edward Asner .......... Warden Bragen
Adam Williams ......... Doctor
Eve McVeagh ........... Mae
Steve Peck ............ Tony Wando (as Steven Peccaro)
Kreg Martin ........... Kowalski
Harry Mackin .......... Cop

Synopsis:

A convict is forced to agree to murder.

 

7.31 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15326 

08-May-1962 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Richard Whorf

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Joanna Moore .......... Louise Towers
Howard Morris ......... Dave Sumner
Jack Carter ........... Stanley Towers
King Calder ........... Stanley's Attorney
Bruce Andersen ........ Stanley's Business Associate
Walter Kinsella ....... Anderson
John Zaremba .......... Tax Investigator
Molly Glessing ........ Maid

Synopsis:

A seemingly poor man visits a rich college chum.

 

7.32 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: VICTIM FOUR

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15336 

15-May-1962 NBC Tue

written by Talmadge Powell

directed by Paul Henreid

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Peggy Ann Garner ...... Madeline Drake
John Lupton ........... Ralph Morrow
Paul Comi ............. Joe Drake
Bryan O'Byrne ......... Mr. Tuttle
Nesdon Booth .......... Bartender
Harry Hines ........... Old Man
Glenn Stensel ......... Young Man
Stephanie Hill ........ Young Girl

Synopsis:

Two men fear a woman they love will be slain.

 

7.33 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE OPPORTUNITY

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15338 

22-May-1962 NBC Tue

written by Bryce Walton & Henry Slesar

story by J.W. Aaren

directed by Robert Florey

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Richard Long .......... Paul Devore
Rebecca Sand .......... Kate Devore
Coleen Gray ........... Lois Callen
Olive Dunbar .......... Mrs. Ranwiller

Synopsis:

A shoplifter is blackmailed into helping in a theft.

 

7.34 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE TWELVE HOUR CAPER

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15332 

29-May-1962 NBC Tue

written by Harold Swanton

story by Mike Marmer

directed by John Newland

director of photography Dale Deverman
Guest Stars:
Dick York ............. Herbert J. Wiggam
Sarah Marshall ........ Miss Pomfritt
Wendell Holmes ........ Sylvester Tupper
Don Durant ............ Lowe
Gage Clarke ........... Frisbee
Charles Carson ........ Lawrence Westbrook
Ned Wever ............. Hargis
Kreg Martin ........... Webster
Tom Bellin ............ Brand
Andy Romano ........... 2nd Police Officer
Bob Reiner ............ Airport Clerk
Lillian O'Malley ...... Cleaning Woman
Ernest Losso .......... the Messenger

Synopsis:

Three men plan to steal $565,000 in bonds.

 

7.35 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE CHILDREN OF ALDA NOUVA

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15340     

05-Jun-1962 NBC Tue

written by Robert Wallsten

directed by Robert Florey

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Jack Carson ........... Frankie Fane
Christopher Dark ...... Ainsley Crowder
Stefan Schnabel ....... Police Detective
Thano Rama ............ Paolo
Lidia Vana ............ Old Woman
David Fresco .......... Cripple
Carlo Tricoli ......... Villager
Christy Cummins ....... Gina
Raymond Cavaleri ...... Giulio
Ray Giarrusso ......... Cesare
Vincent Padula ........ Waiter

Synopsis:

 A tourist falls prey to a pack of children.

 

7.36 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: FIRST CLASS HONEYMOON

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15311 

12-Jun-1962 NBC Tue

written by Henry Slesar

directed by Don Weis

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Robert Webber ......... Edward Gibson
Jeremy Slate .......... Carl Seabrook
John Abbott ........... Abner Munro
Kim Hamilton .......... Jeanette
Marjorie Bennett ...... Mrs. Phalen
Elaine Martone ........ Marian
James Flavin .......... Doorman

Synopsis:

A man offers to wed a friend's ex-wife for $5000.

 

7.37 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE BIG KICK

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15342 

19-Jun-1962 NBC Tue

written by Robert Bloch

directed by Alan Crosland Jr.

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Anne Helm ............. Judy Baker
Wayne Rogers .......... Kenneth
Brian Hutton .......... Mitch
Martin Clark .......... Kong
Frances Morris ........ the Landlady
Thomas Bellin ......... Monk
Rees Vaughn ........... Bruce
Jan Conaway ........... Connie
Susanne Wasson ........ Linda
Bruce Andersen ........ the Clerk

Synopsis:

A man (Wayne Rogers) with money woos a beatnik girl.

 

7.38 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: WHERE BEAUTY LIES  (final half-hour episode broadcast)

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 15335 

26-Jun-1962 NBC Tue

written by James P. Cavanagh

story by Henry Farrell

directed by Robert Florey

director of photography Neal Beckner
Guest Stars:
Cloris Leachman ....... Caroline Hardy
George Nader .......... Colin Hardy
Charles Carlson ....... Paul Ross
Pamela Curran ......... Joan Blake
Raymond Bailey ........ The Doctor
Marilyn Clark ......... Julie Ross
Norman Leavitt ........ the House Painter

Synopsis:

A woman becomes jealous of her brother's romance.

 

7.39 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE (Unaired)

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 13690 

UNAIRED

written by Robert Bloch

directed by Josef Leytes
director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Diana Dors ............ Irene
Brandon de Wilde ...... Hugo
David J. Stewart ...... Victor Sadini
Larry Kert ............ George

Synopsis 1:

Hugo is a retarded boy without a home. He is taken in by a kind carnival

magician Sadini. Sadini's deceitful wife, Irene, performs in her husband's

act as the woman whose body is, supposedly, sawed in half. Irene

manipulates Hugo into killing her husband. She says she wants to start a

new act with Hugo and convinces him that he can perform the sawing the

woman in half trick because the magic is in the wand. Hugo killes Sadini

for her, but then she backs out on her promise. Hugo knocks out Irene in

a struggle. He then decides to attempt the trick and ends up sawing Irene

in half for real.  [RF]

Synopsis 2:

A poor, retarded boy falls for a magician's wife.

Note: This grisly episode was denied original network broadcast, but was shown in syndication.

 

The following Season (1962-63) the series is extended to Hour Long Format - see The Alfred Hitchcock Hour

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