The Alfred Hitchcock Hour

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A continuation of the dramatic anthology series hosted by the master of suspense and mystery. When the series "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" was revived in 1962, the name was changed but the format stayed fairly true to the original. read more

A continuation of the dramatic anthology series hosted by the master of suspense and mystery. When the series "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" was revived in 1962, the name was changed but the format stayed fairly true to the original. In each episode, viewers would be strung along with the story, never knowing which way the final twist would turn.

Original Release

09/20/1962 on NBC

US Release

09/20/1962

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Directors

Alf Kjellin, Joseph M. Newman, Bernard Girard, John Brahm, Joseph Pevney, Robert Stevens, Harvey Hart, Jack Smight, Robert Douglas, David Friedkin, Herschel Daugherty, Alan Crosland Jr., Norman Lloyd, Harry Morgan, Laslo Benedek, Sydney Pollack, David Lowell Rich, James Sheldon, Charles F. Haas, Alex March, Paul Henreid, Lewis Teague, Arnold Laven, William Witney, James H. Brown, Philip Leacock, Leonard J. Horn, Alfred Hitchcock, William Friedkin, Leo Penn, Jerry Hopper, Herbert Coleman

Writers

James Bridges, Henry Slesar, Arthur A. Ross, Robert Bloch, Alfred Hayes, William D. Gordon, David Friedkin, Morton S. Fine, Richard Levinson, William Link, Robert Arthur, Lewis Davidson, Joel Murcott, Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Lukas Heller, Oscar Millard, Barré Lyndon, Richard Fielder, Davis Grubb, Henry Kane, Anthony Terpiloff, Stanley Abbott, Paul Winterton, John Bingham, Jack Ritchie, Leigh Brackett, Lou Rambeau, William Fay, Douglas Warner, Edith Pargeter, Robert Gould, V.S. Pritchett, Hilda Lawrence, Elizabeth Hely, Amber Dean, Charles Runyon, Robert Twohy, Celia Fremlin, John Garden, Anthony Gilbert, Thomas H. Cannan Jr., James Holding, Nigel Elliston, Sidney Rowland, Robert Branson, Max Marquis, Samuel Rogers, André Maurois, Selwyn Jepson, Gabrielle Upton, Julian Symons, Patricia Highsmith, Ethel Lina White, David Goodis, Cecil Day-Lewis, Marie Belloc Lowndes, Edward D. Hoch, S.B. Hough, Kenneth Fearing, Larry M. Harris, John Resko, Harold Swanton, Lee Erwin, Francis Didelot, William Bast, Marc Brandel, Lee Kalcheim, Rebecca West, Hugh Wheeler, John Collier, Clyde Ware, Mann Rubin, Cornell Woolrich, W.W. Jacobs, John Wyndham, Frederic Dannay, Manfred Lee, Henry Cecil, Gilbert Ralston, Robert Westerby, Oliver H.P. Garrett, H.G. Wells, Charles Beaumont, George Bellak, John D. MacDonald, Alec Coppel, Alvin Sargent, Francis Gwaltney, Veronica Parker Johns, C.B. Gilford, Emily Neff, Clark Howard, Margaret Manners, Avram Davidson, Margaret Millar, Miriam Allen DeFord, Boris Sobelman, Helen Nielsen, James Parish, James Yaffe, Richard Deming, Robert Arthur, Harlan Ellison, Randall Hood, Roland Kibbee

Cast

Alfred Hitchcock Himself - Host
Dee Carroll The Woman
Robert Karnes Sergeant
Joan Houseman Mrs. Fllingston
Danny Gardino Mr. Arthur
Tito De Mario 1st Youth
Rose Montiel Maria Roca
Darius Guernsey Bob
Robert Millar Mitch
Mary Scott Laura
Mary Scott Sarah Norton (as Mary Scott Hardwicke)
Mary Scott The Party Guest
William Sargent Dr. Stone
William Sargent Peter Granville
William Sargent Walter Fletcher
Irene Martin Mrs. Benson (as Irene A. Martin)
John W. Ziegler The 1st Detective
Erik Corey The Little Boy
Beverly Holliday Cocktail Waitress
Penny Zaferiou The Little Servitor

Producers

Editors

Edward W. Williams, Douglas Stewart, Bud S. Isaacs, Marvin I. Kosberg, Danford B. Greene, Tony Martinelli, Howard Terrill, Lee Huntington, John C. Fuller, John Whitney

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