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Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955 - 1962)

Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955 - 1962)

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Series Info

`Good eeevening.' Hitchcock's classic half-hour series (it expanded to an hour in 1962) has him dryly introducing (and later summing up) each twist-filled story, with many a memorable dig at the sponsor (`Our play tonight is a blend of mystery and medicine. It follows this one-minute anesthetic'). Hitchcock directed some episodes, as did Robert Altman, Sydney Pollack and William Friedkin.

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Seasons

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1961, NBC, 40 episodes

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1960, NBC, 38 episodes

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1959, NBC, 38 episodes

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1958, NBC, 36 episodes

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1957, NBC, 39 episodes

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1956, NBC, 39 episodes

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Critics Consensus: This suspenseful anthology not only bears Alfred Hitchcock's name, but his storytelling prowess as well -- each installment slickly delivering chills, tears and thrills with the master director's flair for the shocking reveal.

1955, NBC, 39 episodes

Cast

John Williams (II)
as Herbert Carpenter
Robert Horton
as Gil Larkin
Russell Collins
as John Brown
Dick York
as Manny Coe
Patricia Hitchcock
as Diana Winthrop
Phyllis Thaxter
as Karen Stewart
Gary Merrill
as Rockwell
Hugh Marlowe
as Rev. Richard Fell
Charles Davis
as Sam Saunders
Robert Emhardt
as Detective
Brian Keith
as Arnold Shawn
Barry J. Gordon
as Iggy Kovacs
Sidney Blackmer
as Frank Partridge
Barbara Bel Geddes
as Mary Maloney
Carmen Mathews
as Lizzie Borden
Ray Teal
as Police Lieutenant
Norman Lloyd
as Orsatti
Hazel Court
as Phyllis Chaundry
Ralph Clanton
as Sir Stephen
Philip Coolidge
as Detective
Alan Napier
as Sir Everett
Rusty Lane
as Police Detective
Biff McGuire
as Latimer
Joseph Cotten
as William Callew
Patricia Collinge
as Martha Cheney
Percy Helton
as Gerald Eaton
Joanna Cook Moore
as Judy Archer
Steve Dunne
as Hugh Fortnum
James Best
as Norman Frayne
Jo Van Fleet
as Mrs. Shrike
Nita Talbot
as Louise Williams
Barry Harvey
as Whybrow's Nephew
Roscoe Ates
as Cemetery Clerk
Robert Webber
as Paul Brett
Lee Philips
as Georgie
Cara Williams
as Mona Cameron
John Zaremba
as Photographer
Jack Mullaney
as Dave Packer
Steve Brodie
as Steve Grant
Paul Hartman
as Milton Potter
Charles Bronson
as Det. Krovitch
Everett Sloane
as Ralph Montgomery
Wendell Holmes
as Fansworth
Robert Bray
as Lieutenant
Tyler McVey
as Detective
Doris Lloyd
as Emily's Companion
Norma Crane
as Lorna Bramwell
Denholm Elliott
as Jack Lyons
Dorothy Stickney
as Cissie Enright
Martin Balsam
as Eldon Marsh
Steve McQueen
as Bill Everett
Leslie Nielsen
as Lloyd Ashley
Claire Trevor
as Mary Prescott
Gene Barry
as Dan Varrel
Ronald Howard
as Peyton Farquhar
Judith Evelyn
as Amelia Verber
Skip Homeier
as Dick Paine
Hume Cronyn
as Fitzhugh Oldham
Rip Torn
as Steve Morgan
John McGiver
as Harold Goams
Keenan Wynn
as William Botibol
Robert Newton
as Peter J. Goodfellow
Kay Walsh
as Mrs. Morgan
Leora Dana
as Irene Cole
Gage Clarke
as Gainsborough
Virginia Gregg
as Voice of Riabouchinska
John Craven
as Clete Vine
James Gregory
as Wayne Campbell
Vinton Haworth
as Sgt. Delaney
George Pelling
as Mr. Schiller
Walter Kingsford
as Col. Blair
Arch Johnson
as Heywood Miller
Edmon Ryan
as Croatman
Lillian O'Malley
as Hotel Maid
Murray Matheson
as Mr. Bowley
Isobel Elsom
as Hermione Carpenter
James Franciscus
as William Tyree
Antoinette Bower
as Joan Grecco
John Baragrey
as Arthur Clymer
Hurd Hatfield
as Paul Tallendier
Bill Mumy
as Jackie Chester
Constance Ford
as Ellen Grant
Jeremy Slate
as Joe Helmer
Ed Gardner
as Sheridan
Estelle Winwood
as Miss Laughton
Cedric Hardwicke
as John Anderson
Mary Astor
as Mrs. Fenimore
John Fiedler
as Leon Gorwald
Darren McGavin
as Lyle Endicott
Steve Forrest
as Joe Rogers
Scott McKay
as Jordan Ross
Charles Watts
as Franklin
Gordon Wynn
as Courtney
John Hoyt
as Count Mattoni
Alan Hewitt
as Howard Cole
Edmund Hashim
as Mazzotti
Beatrice Straight
as Cynthia Fortnum
Mildred Natwick
as Aunt Rosalie
Sarah Marshall
as Mrs. Barrett
Royal Dano
as Martin Ross
Ellen Corby
as Maggie Flynn
Jack Livesey
as Captain
Bert Remsen
as Lt. McDermott
Katherine Squire
as Carlos' Wife
Robert Loggia
as Lary Chetnick
George Nader
as Gerald Clarke
Gavin Muir
as Mr. Wallingford
Andy Romano
as Gas Station Attendant
Crahan Denton
as Harry Beggs
Fay Spain
as Leslie
Vivian Nathan
as Margaret
James Donald
as Harry Pope
Myron McCormick
as Bert Haber
Gia Scala
as Lottie
Ernest Truex
as Howard Rutherford
Ken Christy
as Burroughs
Rebecca Welles
as Mrs. Fell
Gavin Gordon
as Mr. Brooks
Jesslyn Fax
as Mrs. Evans
Walter Kinsella
as Lieutenant
Florence MacMichael
as Mrs. Hackett
Rosemary Harris
as Countess Helen Martoni
Wesley Lau
as Deputy
Kenneth Clark
as Policeman
Holly Bane
as Escaped Convict
Olan Soule
as Chemist
Joe Downing
as Floyd Unser
Sal Ponti
as De Baca
Sam Jaffe
as Archimandrite
Les Tremayne
as Peter Talbot
Rebecca Sand
as Kate DeVore
Paul Picerni
as Assissi
Adam Williams
as Lieutenant
Warren Stevens
as Jeff Simmons
John Anderson
as Nicholson
Kenneth Haigh
as John Bedford
Audrey Totter
as Betsy Blake
Joe Mantell
as Stanley
Jerry Paris
as Wally Benson
James Coburn
as Andrews
Frankie Darro
as Little Dandy
Paul E. Burns
as Furrier Assistant
Irene Tedrow
as Mrs. Hewitt
Rob Reiner
as Off. Thomas Spinelli
Kay Stewart
as Miss Clement
Bobby Clark
as The Kid
Torin Thatcher
as Constable
Brian G. Hutton
as Jerome Jr.
Clegg Hoyt
as Desk Sergeant
George Kane
as Pharmacist
Baynes Barron
as Mr. Beekman
Hope Summers
as Marie Tallendier
Katherine Warren
as Mrs. Wallingford
Dabbs Greer
as Sheriff
Meg Mundy
as Martha
Wilton Graff
as Fulton Agnew
O.Z. Whitehead
as Mr. Newton
Ted de Corsia
as Insp. Salva
Read Morgan
as Police Officer
John Alderson
as Attendant
E.G. Marshall
as Ronald Grimes
Lilyan Chauvin
as Sybil Delamont
Art Carney
as Cyril Jones
Harry Morgan
as Hermie Jensen
Linda Lawson
as Georgia
Bob Sweeney
as Spengler
Elspeth March
as Mrs. Wellington
Eileen Heckart
as Lucy Baldwin
Peter Falk
as Meyer Fine
Diana Van der Vlis
as Elise Taylor
Audrey Meadows
as Mrs. Bixby
Scott Marlowe
as Elliott Gray
Ruth Hussey
as Paula Hudson
John Forsythe
as Kim Strange
Richard Conte
as Frank Burns
Jan Arvan
as Harry
Dennis Morgan
as Detective O'Finn
Ann Todd
as Sylvia
John Smith
as Randall
Bette Davis
as Miss Fox
Richard Kiley
as Harry Adams
Olive Deering
as Thelma Tomkins
Macdonald Carey
as John Plitkin
Wendy Hiller
as Miss Siddons
Robert Morley
as Mr. Laffler
Dean Stockwell
as Billy Weaver
Mark Damon
as Ray Clements
Philip Abbott
as Mark Halliday
Andrew Prine
as Aaron Menefee
Thelma Ritter
as Lottie Slocum
Robert Redford
as Charlie Drew
Tom Ewell
as Albert Pelham
Carolyn Kearney
as Julie Barton
Joan Lorring
as Emma Borden
Marisa Pavan
as Mary Schaffer
Harry Guardino
as Gerald Daniels
Vincent Price
as Charles Courtney
Wayne Morris
as Bret Johnson
Dennis Day
as Alexander Gifford
Robert Alda
as Ben Nelson
Nancy Olson
as Jan Manning
Tom Tully
as Phil Canby
Judy Canova
as Helen Parch
Patricia Owens
as Stella Ballister
Eric Portman
as Sir Richard
Alexander Scourby
as Horace Meade
Susan Harrison
as Susan Harper
Spring Byington
as Mrs. Wagner
Polly Bergen
as Crystal Coe
Geoffrey Toone
as Basil Farnham
Richard Long
as Paul DeVore
Eric Barker
as Henry Frute
Wayne Rogers
as Kenneth
Jack Carson
as Frankie Fane
Paul Ford
as Professor Jarvis
David Wayne
as Sam Jacoby
Katherine Bard
as Paula Frayne
Alex Nicol
as Eddie Slovak
Jane Greer
as Maureen Hughes
Franchot Tone
as Oliver Matthews
Paul Douglas
as Bill Fleming
Laurence Harvey
as Arthur Williams
Dennis Weaver
as Charlie Cavender
Geraldine Fitzgerald
as Elizabeth Bourden
Abraham Sofaer
as Ulrich Klemm
Richard Hale
as Ernst Von Kroft
Robert Duvall
as Bart Conway
Robert Keith
as Arthur Duffy
Barry Fitzgerald
as Stretch Sears
Gene Evans
as Ned Malley
Peggy Ann Garner
as Madeline Drake
Peter Lawford
as Charlie Raymond
John Cassavetes
as Sam Cobbett
Evelyn Rudie
as Hildegarde
Edmund Gwenn
as Joe Saunders
Steven Hill
as Joe Kedzie
Darryl Hickman
as Jackie Blake
Don Keefer
as Mr. Brodheit
Charles Cooper
as Bernard K. Froy
James Flavin
as Desk Sergeant
Brad Weston
as Corporal
Paul Maxwell
as Lab Technician
Kenneth Patterson
as Thomas Bergman
Patrick Macnee
as Sgt. John Theron
Richard Gaines
as James Barrett
Edith Barrett
as Mrs. Whiteford
Herb Ellis
as Breslin
David Lewis
as Blackwood
Fay Wray
as Mrs. Renshaw
Nesdon Booth
as Shopkeeper
Sally Hughes
as Ann Warren
Gertrude Flynn
as Mrs. Smedley
Will Kuluva
as Palermo
Richard Collier
as Bartender
Bert Freed
as Police Captain
Harry Swoger
as Prison Cashier
Josie Lloyd
as Gloria's Friend
Vivi Janiss
as Policewoman
Hilda Plowright
as Mrs. Whybrow
Edith Evanson
as Old Woman
Paul Brinegar
as Donations Collector
Wendy Winkelman
as Little Girl
Robert Reiner
as Policeman
Walter Woolf King
as Card Player
Kathryn Givney
as Mrs. Princey
Ida Moore
as Miss Birdie
Arthur Batanides
as Police Detective
Howard McNear
as Mr. Pickett
Claude Akins
as Policeman
Kathleen Hughes
as Marian Koster
Sean McClory
as Brother Gerard
Claude Stroud
as Eldridge
Arthur Space
as Mr. Chambers
Steve Gravers
as Schwartz
Edna Holland
as Librarian
Howard Caine
as Pawnbroker
Mike Ragan
as Cab Driver
Konstantin Shayne
as Customs Officer
Joan Banks
as Margaret
Robert Ellis
as Tommy Kopeck
Herbert C. Lytton
as Police Lieutenant
Marjorie Bennett
as Mrs. Phalen
Linda Watkins
as Lila Shank
George Navarro
as Cantina Proprietor
Roxanne Arlen
as Donna Drew
Hal K. Dawson
as Secretary
Philip Bourneuf
as Mr. Renshaw
Jack Chefe
as Detective
Ned Wever
as Saunders
Mark Dana
as Policeman
Gladys Hurlbut
as Ernestine
Dolores Hart
as Claudia
Kent Smith
as Hughes
Doro Merande
as Mrs. Herman
Howard I. Smith
as Stanton C. Barryvale
Stephen Bekassy
as Dr. Anton Rudel
Jane Dulo
as Jocelyn
Shai Ophir
as Bourdette
John Emery
as Kerwin Drake
Mary Munday
as Florrie
Mary Jackson
as Mrs. Wilson
Carol Grace
as The Woman
Jack Ging
as Parks
Joan Tetzel
as Eve Ross
Allan Lane
as Maloney
Richard Waring
as Charlie Boerum
Susan Kohner
as Therese
Marsha Hunt
as Blanche
Jay Jostyn
as Morgan
Don DeFore
as Arthur
Sydney Pollack
as Samuelson
Charles Robinson
as Jerry Lane
Joanne Woodward
as Beth Paine
Coleen Gray
as Lois Callen
Janet Ward
as Ethel Montgomery
Ted Newton
as Dr. Cooper
Billy Gray
as Perry Hatch
Paul Comi
as Joe Drake
Katharine Bard
as Paula Frayne
Leif Erickson
as Wayne Phillips
Victor Varconi
as Count d'Auberge
Alice Backes
as Jennifer
Patricia Donahue
as Margery Howgill
Gena Rowlands
as Lucille Jones
Laurie Main
as Wilkins
Frances Reid
as Mrs. Peters
Robert Armstrong
as Dr. Buckles
Sara Shane
as Loretta Burns
Corey Allen
as Gil Dalliford
Gladys Cooper
as Mrs. Gillespie
Richard Shepard
as Chester Lacey
George Peppard
as Evan Wallace
Peggy Cass
as Rhoda Motherwell
Lori March
as Eve Ashley
Rick Jason
as Arthur
John Ragin
as Fletcher
Ross Ford
as Butler
Rod Cameron
as Newsome
Jack Carter
as Stanley Towers
Jarma Lewis
as Gracie Condon
Jack Mulhall
as Bar Patron
Penny Edwards
as Secretary
Edwin Jerome
as Mr. Anders
Ralph Peters
as Coroner's Assistant
Marta Kristen
as Marjorie Stone
Everett Glass
as Brother Charles
Ruta Lee
as Ruby Boyenton
Almira Sessions
as Mrs. Morrell
John Trayne
as Policeman
Tetsu Komai
as Elderly Chinese
Dan Sheridan
as 2nd Sergeant
Susan Brown
as Secretary
Frank Sully
as Soda Jerk
George Dockstader
as Motorcycle Cop
Gerald Hamer
as Mr. Hewitt
Mason Curry
as Mr. Sterling
Owen Cunningham
as Auctioneer
Joe Hamilton
as Bartender
Barry Bernard
as Bartender
Paul Bradley
as Morgue Attendant
Ben Johnson
as Sheriff
Celia Lovsky
as Mrs. Mannerheim
Liam Sullivan
as Father McCann
Robert S. Carson
as Inquest Board Chairman
Mary Forbes
as Mrs. Winthrop
Beulah Bondi
as Mrs. Sutton
Bob Ross
as Bohlen
Russell Thorson
as Dr. Rhody
Ann Hunter
as Saleslday
James Drury
as Michael Grimes
Weaver Levy
as Houseboy
James Millhollin
as Dr. Tedaldi
A. Ben Astar
as Swiss Innkeeper
Leon Lontoc
as Chester
Cheryll Clarke
as Mrs. Baldwin
Susan Gordon
as Kate Kendall
Ed Kemmer
as Dan Verber
Frances Bavier
as Mrs. Ferguson
Peter Adams
as Tim Grady
Kirby Smith
as Tom Mason
Alan Reed Sr.
as Uncle Leo
Ted Stanhope
as Bank Teller
Mickey Kuhn
as Ellerbe
Bart Burns
as Nick the Bartender
Richard Sheppard
as Chester Lacey
Edward Binns
as Mr. Brown
Judson Pratt
as Postmaster
Richard Erdman
as Charlie Brown
Amy Douglass
as Davie's Mother
David White
as Barbarossa
John F. Hamilton
as Floyd Foster
Danielle De Metz
as Elephtheria
Nicholas Pryor
as Dane Ross
Marta Kirsten
as Marjorie Stone
Harry Shannon
as Dr. Harner
Jack Cassidy
as Mark Lansing
Émile Genest
as Kirkwood
Gertrude Hoffman
as Marguerite
Paul Langton
as Arthur Summers
Inger Stevens
as Laura Ross
Evelyn Varden
as Cordelia
Fred Graham
as Rinditch
Iphigenie Castiglioni
as Countess d'Auberge
Frank Silvera
as Rodriguez
Ernestine Barrier
as Mrs. Bledsoe
James Cotton
as Job Applicant
Howard Smith
as Baravale
Fritz Feld
as Jeweler
Alan Baxter
as Willett
Slim Pickens
as Bradshaw
Bill Haade
as Stagehand
David Orrick
as Cameron
June Walker
as Mrs. Wright
Paul Burns
as Assistant
Severn Darden
as Franklin
Bernard Fein
as Marty Hirsch
Kim Hamilton
as Jeanette
Humphrey Davis
as Dougherty
Billy Mumy
as Mickey
Maggie Pierce
as Emily Jones
Diane Brewster
as Secretary
Robert Culp
as Clarence
Anthony Dawson
as Count Mattoni
Ward Wood
as McBane
Alan Reynolds
as Policeman
Kitty Kelly
as Miss Andrews
James McCallion
as Short Man
Max Adrian
as Robert Stone
Arthur Marshall
as Elevator Man
James K. Best
as Hennessey
Donald Buka
as Man in Raincoat
Myron Healey
as Trooper
Cheryl Ann Clark
as Mrs. Baldwin
Ruth Swanson
as Miss Brown
Jim Sweeney
as Elevator Operator
Chuck Hicks
as Gypsy Joe
Carolyn Jones
as Pamela Waring
Alfred Linder
as Shoemaker
Robert Ross
as Stephens
Don Hix
as Clerk
Anne Anderson
as Elsie Wilcox
Ward Costello
as William G. Burke
Noel Drayton
as Huggins
Madeleine Sherwood
as Jackie Darby
Harry Lewis
as Ritchie
Jeno Mate
as Luigi
Henry Hunter
as Finance Man
William Bramley
as Dr. Hagerty
Raymond Guth
as Room Clerk
Lisa Golm
as Mrs. Kopek
Mike Kellin
as Stranger
John O'Leary
as Head Security Officer
Stephen Roberts
as Psychiatrist
Al Hodge
as Turney
Bettye Ackerman
as Miss Hinkle
Edward Platt
as Henshaw
Alice Frost
as Mrs. Standish
William Thourlby
as Lefty James
Parley Baer
as Police Detective
Butch Bernard
as Another Kid
Ben Bryant
as Fat Boy
Reta Shaw
as Martha
Gail Kobe
as Jessie
Michael Fox
as Carpenter
Cheryl Callaway
as Little Girl on Stairs
Mark Henry
as Doctor
Bob Kelljan
as Customer
Monica May
as Receptionist
David Faulkner
as Young Billy
Grazia Narciso
as Mrs. Santini
Lucy Prentiss
as Amy Chester
Myron Cook
as Man in Bar
Olive Dunbar
as Mrs. Ranwiller
Len Weinrib
as Stanley
Bill Quinn
as Mr. Dutton
Robert Foulk
as Monroney
Dan Greer
as Milkman
Nelson Welch
as Neighbor
Roy Dean
as Terry
Joel N. Smith
as Policeman
Robert Riordan
as Mr. Sloan
Therese Lyon
as West's Housekeeper
Lyn Statten
as Secretary
CeCe Whitney
as Dorothy
David Janti
as Paul Carp
David Dwight
as Fireman
Erin O'Brien-Moore
as Linda Harper
Edo Mita
as Mr. Sashakawa
Kelly Flynn
as Stephen
Nicholas Selby
as Process Server
Don Hammer
as Vern Byers
David Carlyle
as Detective
Rudolph Anders
as Café Host
Penny Santon
as Italian Tenant
Paul Lambert
as Gallagher
Sondra Rodgers
as Elegant Lady
Pat Harrington Jr.
as Insurance Man
Jacqueline Holt
as Miss Foster
Ted Knight
as Mr. Maynard
Glenn Walken
as Clete as a Boy
Ann Codee
as Doctor's Wife
Enid Markey
as Cecelia
H.M. Wynant
as Truck Driver
Harvey Stephens
as Insp. Kafir
G. Stanley Jones
as Al Carmody
Sally Smith
as Young Girl
Lew Brown
as Airline Ticket Agent
Harry Hines
as Old Man
Frank Milan
as Dr. Vaughn
Phil Garris
as Bellhop
George Eldredge
as Police Lieutenant
Tom Dillon
as Policeman
Joseph Sullivan
as Bartender
Joe Flynn
as Ken Taylor
Don McArt
as Albert
John Harmon
as Collector
Charles Carson
as Lawrence Westbrook
John Banner
as Conductor
Tim Graham
as Bartender
Amanda Blake
as Carol Arlington
Francis De Sales
as Card Player
Jeff Parker
as Shopping Cart Man
Joe Julian
as Mr. Treadwell
Laiola Wendorff
as Mrs. Glavetsky
Jo Helton
as Secretary
Marilyn Clark
as Julie Ross
Gertrude W. Hoffman
as Aunt Margaret
Ashley Cowan
as Captain
Mark Sheeler
as Shabby Man
Gwendolyn Watts
as Mrs. Barrett
Florence MacAfee
as Mrs. Gould
Norman DuPont
as Investigator
Robert Richards
as Brother Constantine
Art Stewart
as Avery Combs Jr.
Diane Webber
as The Other Woman
Marion Gray
as Parygoer
William Yip
as Restaurant Owner
Joe Mondeaux
as Martinson
Peggy Converse
as Mrs. Lyons
Joan Dupuis
as Woman Entering Car
Bernie Hamilton
as Dawson the Butler
Lowell Gilmore
as Mel Douglas
William Haade
as Stagehand
Dorothy Whitney
as Secretary
Anatole Winogradoff
as Deli Counterman
Donald Dillaway
as Policeman
Doris Singleton
as Secretary
Carlo Tricoli
as Villager
Tenen Holtz
as Sol Dankers
Lee Erickson
as Messenger Boy
Vladimir Sokoloff
as Uncle Fernaud
Jane Easton
as Davy Pine
Mary Murphy
as Estelle
Darlene Tompkins
as Tim's Girlfriend
Tom Pace
as The Man
Jim Hayward
as Preacher
George Chandler
as Partygoer
Herb Vigran
as Newsman
Elsie Baker
as Churchgoer
Bryan Russell
as Billy Howard
Ottola Nesmith
as Woman Eyewitness
Vincent G. Perry
as Security Guard
Wayne Heffley
as Police Officer
Gil Perkins
as Bus Driver
Ruth Lee
as Landlady
Alexander Lockwood
as Henry Willard
Robin Warga
as Student
Eileen Harley
as Waitress
Jess Kirkpatrick
as Card Player
Carol Shannon
as Mrs. Campbell
Patrick Martin
as Police Officer
Julie Payne
as Gloria's Friend
Lee Turnbull
as The Chef
Lael Jackson
as Stewardess
Helen Spring
as Mrs. Grant
Bill Slack
as Vincent
Clark Howat
as Reporter
Sid Melton
as Morrison
Ethel Shutta
as Mrs. Goodbody
Adam Murphy
as Elderly Woman
Joe Gilbert
as Radio Announcer
Stephanie Hill
as Young Girl
Joan Dixon
as Waitress
Peter Leeds
as Custodian
James Philbrook
as Town Clerk
John Verros
as Chief of Police
Guy Rennie
as Cab Driver
Chuck Henderson
as Police Officer
David McMahon
as Mr. Barnes
Joe Conley
as Insurance Agent
Ted Bliss
as Dr. Elkins
Bill Baucom
as Man at Bus Stop
Karine Nordman
as Tipsy Woman
Roy Darmour
as Card Player
Charles Seel
as County Court Clerk
Casper
as Dog
Billy Wayne
as Bartender
Hugh Sanders
as Booking Officer
Rad Fulton
as Bartender
Vic Tayback
as Man Talking to Cabbie
Sam Flint
as Businessman
Patricia Knox
as Woman at Bus Stop
Jim Hawkins
as Dewey Sims
Henry Corden
as Boarder
Vikki Dougan
as Glamour Girl
Nora Marlowe
as Louise Rogers
Oscar Beregi
as Man at Telescope
Kenneth Harp
as Bailiff
Richard Newton
as Ambulance Driver
Ed Allen
as Musician
Nora O'Mahoney
as Flower Woman
Reggie Dvorak
as Conductor
Charles Herbert
as Street Kid
Betty Woods
as Woman on Sidewalk
Aaron Spelling
as Road Worker
Kendrick Huxham
as Mr. Martin
Gloria Castillo
as Jeanette the Nightingale
Joseph Marr
as Policeman
Billy Miller
as Street Kid
Molly Roden
as Busybody
Elzie Emanuel
as Secretary
Jack Tesler
as Newspaperman
Judith Brian
as Passenger
Harry Shearer
as Street Kid
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date: Oct 2, 1955
Genre: Mystery & Suspense
Executive Producers: Alfred Hitchcock, Joan Harrison
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