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Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Series Summary
The familiar "plink, plink" of the theme song, accompanied by the line drawing of a man in profile immediately identifies the show as "Alfred Hitchcock Presents." The famed director opens almost every episode with the words "Good evening ..." After a joke -- usually about the evening's sponsor -- Hitchcock lays the groundwork for that episode's freestanding story of suspense and terror.

Air Dates: 1955 - 1962

Genres: Anthology, Drama, Suspense

Network: CBS

  • Season 7, Ep. 39 : Sorcerer's Apprentice

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    After being taken in by a kindly carnival magician, a mentally challenged boy is duped by the magician's deceitful wife.

  • Season 6, Ep. 14 : Change of Heart Jan 3, 1961

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    A master clockmaker (Abraham Sofaer) who escaped Nazi Germany refuses to allow his granddaughter (Anne Helm) to wed. With Nicholas Pryor.

  • Season 6, Ep. 13 : Man Who Found the Money Dec 27, 1960

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    A man (Arthur Hill) makes a serious mistake when he tries to do the right thing. With R.G. Armstrong and Rod Cameron.

  • Season 6, Ep. 12 : The Baby Blue Expression Dec 20, 1960

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    A woman and her lover (Sarah Marshall, Peter Walker) plot her husband's (Richard Gaines) demise but their plans go awry because of her ineptitude.

  • Season 6, Ep. 11 : Man With Two Faces Dec 13, 1960

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    A woman (Spring Byington) finds a familiar face when looking through police files after having her purse snatched. With Harp McGuire and Bethel Leslie.

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