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The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962 - 1965)

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962 - 1965)

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Series Info

The classic series switched to an expanded format in 1962 as 'The Alfred Hitchcock Hour,' with the twist endings and Hitch's witty introductions intact, and memorable episodes such as the Emmy-winning 'The Jar' (written by James Bridges).

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1964, NBC, 29 episodes

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1963, NBC, 32 episodes

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1962, NBC, 32 episodes

Cast

Gena Rowlands
as Helen Martin
Anne Francis
as Eve Raydon
Phyllis Thaxter
as Cory Manson
Steven Hill
as Charlie Osgood
Pat Buttram
as Charlie Hill
Bradford Dillman
as Bill Nelson
Michael Wilding
as David Saunders
Edward Byrnes
as Paul Perry
Angie Dickinson
as Janet West
Patricia Collinge
as Naomi Freshwater
Kent Smith
as O'Hara
Diana Hyland
as Janet Nelson
Donnelly Rhodes
as Bellington
Jeremy Slate
as Tent Parker
Teresa Wright
as Marion Brown
Gary Merrill
as John Pemberton
Patricia Breslin
as Linda Mallory
John Larkin
as Simon Aldrich
David White
as Detective Burr
Don Marshall
as Tom Jackson
Alice Backes
as Mrs. Tridden
Gene Lyons
as Raydon
Juanita Moore
as Mrs. McFarland
Gail Bonney
as Elderly Woman
Tom Simcox
as Sprague
Gladys Cooper
as Mrs. Raydon
Harry Townes
as Ed Brandt
Ed Nelson
as Keller
George Lindsey
as Juke Marmer
Peggy McCay
as Sally Mitchell
Claire Griswold
as Joanne Dowling
Lew Brown
as David Carson
Than Wyenn
as Dr. Burns
Ruth McDevitt
as Mrs. Fister
Barry Atwater
as Gar Newton
Linda Lawson
as Lucille
Gig Young
as Duke Marsden
Joan Fontaine
as Alice Pemberton
June Lockhart
as Martha Hunter
Peter Fonda
as Verge Likens
Frank Silvera
as Gravedigger
Brian Keith
as Jim Mallory
Tony Randall
as Hadley Purvis
Peter Graves
as Needham
Dean Jagger
as George Davies
Jackie Searl
as Nicky Long
Kim Hunter
as Adelaide Winters
Andrew Duggan
as McGregor
Peter Lawford
as Ernest Mullett
Margaret Leighton
as Nell Snyder
Hugh O'Brian
as Chris Martin
Peter Falk
as Robert Evans
Dan Dailey
as Bartel
David Wayne
as Andrew Anderson
Patrick O'Neal
as George Maxwell
Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
as The Stranger
Larry Blyden
as Wally Mills
Jack Cassidy
as Arthur Mannix
Henry Jones
as Alex Morrow
Mary Scott
as Wanda Hatfield
Josie Lloyd
as Pauline
Jim Boles
as Grocer
William Sargent
as Granville
Kathryn Hays
as Cecilia
Katherine Squire
as Mrs. Fenton
Dody Heath
as Sondra
E.J. Andre
as Preacher
Robert P. Lieb
as Bill Hunter
Abraham Sofaer
as Dr. MacFarlane
Lou Jacobi
as Wolfson
Kelly Thordsen
as Sheriff Turnbull
Doris Lloyd
as Mrs. Gibbs
Virginia Gregg
as Miss Gibson
George Furth
as Charlie
Ben Wright
as Norton
John Zaremba
as Richard Anderson
Charles Seel
as Doc Chalmont
Jimmy Joyce
as Fingerprint Man
Audrey Swanson
as Office Nurse
Barney Phillips
as Lt. Sweet
June Walker
as Mrs. Wales
Syl Lamont
as Photographer
Eve McVeagh
as Rose Cates
Harold J. Stone
as Cabdriver
Paul Hartman
as Trenker
Kathleen Freeman
as Mrs. McLeod
Pat Crowley
as Enid Bentley
Fay Bainter
as Mary Cawfield
Susan Oliver
as Annabel
Howard Duff
as Harding
Natalie Trundy
as Jean Dekker
Madlyn Rhue
as Consuela
Dick York
as Pearce
Gia Scala
as Kitty
Edward Asner
as Stander
Geoffrey Horne
as Davenport
Alf Kjellin
as Edward Volck
Hank Brandt
as Gerald Delaney
Anne Baxter
as Janice Brandt
Felicia Farr
as Marcia Fowler
Don Chastain
as Bruce Richmond
Julie London
as Barbara
George Pelling
as Conductor
Isobel Elsom
as Reverend Mother
Steve Gravers
as Psychiatrist
Zolya Talma
as Mrs. Bond
Elizabeth Harrower
as Mrs. Masters
Craig Duncan
as Police Officer
Clegg Hoyt
as Trucker
Howard Wendell
as General Practitioner
Marc Cavell
as Young Man
Rusty Lane
as Judge Martin
Bill Mumy
as Tony Mitchell
Jan Sterling
as Beatrice
Bob Crane
as Lessing
Angela Greene
as Lucy Phillips
George Macready
as Hillary Prine
Torin Thatcher
as Hardwicke
Alfred Ryder
as Rudolph
J.D. Cannon
as Brisson
Bettye Ackerman
as Lorna Dickson
Jim McMullan
as George Cory
Richard Dawson
as Robert Johnson
Edmon Ryan
as Huntley
Leonard York
as Bill Wagner
Joe De Santis
as Martinez
Macdonald Carey
as John Mitchell
Irene Martin
as Mrs. Benson
Anna Lee
as Roberta
J.B. Brown
as Prison Guard
Stephen Roberts
as Boris Crispis
Lee Majors
as Howard
Celia Lovsky
as Mrs. Fisher
Tyler McVey
as Driscoll
Simon Scott
as Durrell
Alan Napier
as Mr. Hodges
Vince Williams
as 1st Hotel Clerk
Len Hendry
as Night Watchman
Will J. White
as Policeman
Andy Romano
as PAL Officer
Betty Harford
as Woman in Museum
Richard Franchot
as Bank Teller
Bryan O'Byrne
as Mr. Phelps
Vincent Chase
as Hume Ray
Sam Weston
as Taxi Driver
Steve Dunn
as Jack Wentworth
Cathleen Cordell
as Mrs. Spaulding
Sally Smith
as Marjorie
Sheila Bromley
as Mrs. Thompson
Ellen Corby
as Chief Nurse
Philip Bourneuf
as Ernest Sylvester
Roland Winters
as Ivar West
Henry Brandy
as Delaney
Jesslyn Fax
as Miss McGuiness
Tom Lowell
as Dominic Felse
Dick Dawson
as Johnson
Patrick McVey
as Lieutenant
Valentin de Vargas
as Ricardo, Police Chief
Roger C. Carmel
as Farnum Mullett
Virginia Aldridge
as Susan Revere
Richard Carlyle
as Leo Wales
Richard Bull
as Dr. Michaels
Gene Evans
as Krutcher
Gail Kobe
as Virginia
Bernie Kopell
as Movie Director
Olive Deering
as Miss Callendar
Ted Bessell
as Elliott
Lester Matthews
as Walter Dunham
Hal Bokar
as Reporter
Robert Karnes
as Police Sergeant
Robert Bray
as Lieutenant Ames
Willis Bouchey
as Judge B. Neilson
Sara Taft
as Sister Lydia
Richard X. Slattery
as Detective Barker
Naomi Stevens
as Mrs. Goldy
Alex Montoya
as Coffin Maker
Alan Baxter
as Mr. Baldwin
June Dayton
as Barbara
Harold Gould
as District Attorney
Jane Darwell
as Granny Carnation
Robert H. Barrat
as Stoney Likens
T.C. Jones
as Nurse Betty Ames
Joseph Mell
as Jamieson
Madge Kennedy
as Mrs. MacFarlane
Karl Swenson
as Sherston
Rupert Crosse
as Dr. Mackey
Peter Whitney
as Bib Hadley
Nicholas Colasanto
as Work Partner
Frank Maxwell
as Officer Petrie
Pamela Curran
as Sally Wilson
Sandra Gould
as Secretary
Byron Keith
as Police Captain
Alejandro Rey
as Juan Diaz
Edith Atwater
as Mrs. Benner
Sara Shane
as Helen Barrow
Robert Cornthwaite
as Mr. Bleeker
Alice Frost
as Eda Faye Hardwicke
Ronnie Rondell Jr.
as Motorcyclist
Pat Renella
as Lean Man
Geraldine Wall
as Mrs. Hurley
Harry Harvey
as Dr. Vance
Mimi Dillard
as Receptionist
Harry Harvey Jr.
as Mayor Sanford Brown
Richard Peel
as Sgt. Elliott
Brenda Forbes
as Mrs. Clarvoe
Paul Comi
as Modeer
Lee Bergere
as Detective
Susan French
as Cleaning Woman
Stuart Margolin
as Robin Byrd
Ralph Roberts
as Paul Hatfield
Dee Hartford
as Felicity
Al Ruscio
as Dr. Taylor
Martha Stewart
as Secretary
Helen Winston
as Mrs. Penny
Bert Remsen
as Sheriff
Philippa Bevans
as Mrs. Anthony
King Calder
as Riverton
Rees Vaughn
as Robbie Corey
Hugh Sanders
as Policeman
Francis De Sales
as Lt. Farrell
Ray Kellogg
as Blacksmith
George Seel
as Sigafoose
Ted Bessel
as Elliott Setlin
Robert Sampson
as Sgt. Duncan
Joan Swift
as Miss Whiting
Lou Byrne
as Nurse
Holly Bane
as Bartender
Nydia Westman
as Aunt Ida Mae
Frank Ferguson
as Capt. Garner
Russ Conway
as Henderson
June Gale
as Saleswoman
John Pickard
as 1st Fireman
Harry Hines
as Rat Poison Salesman
Larry Thor
as Haskell
Leslie Perkins
as Lucy Jones
Don Matheson
as Jack Pierson
Claude Stroud
as Edgar Ogden
Wilton Graff
as George Chaney
Thomas Bellin
as Detective
John Kellogg
as Guard #1
Harold Ayer
as Salesman
Clancy Cooper
as Police Lieutenant
Bill Phipps
as Bartender
Renata Vanni
as Woman Customer
William Fawcett
as Junk Collector
Eve Bruce
as Amazon
John Indrisano
as Bartender
Terry Ann Ross
as Barbara Mallory
Bart Burns
as Summers
Jack Bernardi
as Deli Man
Ollie O'Toole
as 2nd Hotel Clerk
William Bramley
as Fred Starcher
Nancy Hsueh
as Secretary
Curt Conway
as Dr. Burton
George Gaynes
as Mr. Campbell
Kathleen O'Malley
as Valerie Anderson
Clarke Gordon
as Dr. Miller
Renee Godfrey
as Hartman's Secretary
Elizabeth Thompson
as Student's Girlfriend
Martin Garralaga
as Mexican Priest
Read Morgan
as Freddie
Bill Zuckert
as Raphael
William Remick
as Jury Foreman
Bob Carson
as Mulloy
Ann Morgan Guilbert
as Pet Shop Owner
Mike Mahoney
as Elevator Boy
John Banner
as Dutch Customs Man
Suzanne Barnes
as 3rd Woman
Bill Quinn
as Mr. Penny
Mark Miranda
as 1st Boy
Martine Bartlett
as Mrs. Bergen
John Alderson
as Guard #3
Ed Peck
as Policeman
Howard Caine
as Mr. Setlin
Cosmo Sardo
as Croupier
Frank Albertson
as Tom Batterman
Ina Victor
as Ingenue
Marjorie Bennett
as Plump Lady
Peter Howard
as Curtis Welks
Rolfe Sedan
as Old Man
Noel Drayton
as Bar Steward
Kenneth Harp
as Bailiff
Billy Barty
as The Barker
Ben Pollack
as Court Clerk
Stacy King
as Female Worker
Allen Joseph
as Dr. Abrams
Ricky Vera
as 2nd Youth
William Wellman Jr.
as Delivery Man
Paul Fierro
as The Priest
Ginny Gan
as 1st Worker
Helen Westcott
as Mrs. Fletcher
Karl Lukas
as Mel Tanner
Harry Antrim
as Conductor
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date: Sep 20, 1962
Genre: Mystery & Suspense
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