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Alfred Hitchcock Presents

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.

Premiere:
Oct 02, 1955
Original Network:
NBC
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The Cuckoo Clock

S05, E27  (First Aired: Apr. 17, 1960)
A woman (Beatrice Straight) in an isolated cabin encounters a stranger (Fay Spain) she believes is an escaped mental patient.
  • Sun 9/4
  • 2:00AM-2:30AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

Forty Detectives Later

S05, E28  (First Aired: Apr. 24, 1960)
A man's (George Mitchell) search for his wife's murderer leads to a confrontation. With James Franciscus and Jack Weston.
  • Sun 9/4
  • 2:30AM-3:00AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

The Hero

S05, E29  (First Aired: May. 1, 1960)
Aboard a ship bound for South Africa, a businessman (Eric Portman) meets a partner (Oscar Homolka) he left for dead.
  • Sun 9/4
  • 3:00AM-3:30AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

Insomnia

S05, E30  (First Aired: May. 8, 1960)
An insomniac (Dennis Weaver) visits a psychiatrist (James Millhollin) to find the root of his problem.
  • Sun 9/4
  • 3:30AM-4:00AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

I Can Take Care of Myself

S05, E31  (First Aired: May. 15, 1960)
A piano player's (Myron McCormick) life is in danger after he accosts a gangster (Frankie Darro) for hitting on a beautiful singer (Linda Lawson). With Pat Harrington Jr.
  • Mon 9/5
  • 2:00AM-2:30AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

One Grave Too Many

S05, E32  (First Aired: May. 22, 1960)
A unemployed man (Jeremy Slate) steals the wallet of a stranger he sees collapse on the street.
  • Mon 9/5
  • 2:30AM-3:00AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

Party Line

S05, E33  (First Aired: May. 29, 1960)
Much to her demise, a woman (Judy Canova) shares a party line with two nosy neighbors (Gertrude Flynn, Ellen Corby). With Arch Johnson.
  • Mon 9/5
  • 3:00AM-3:30AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

Cell 227

S05, E34  (First Aired: Jun. 5, 1960)
Judgment day approaches for an innocent man (Brian Keith) who is facing the gas chamber for murder. With James Westerfield.
  • Mon 9/5
  • 3:30AM-4:00AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

The Schartz-Metterklume Method

S05, E35  (First Aired: Jun. 12, 1960)
The arrival of a new governess (Hermione Gingold) at the Wellington household has surprising results. With Elspath March.
  • Sun 9/11
  • 2:00AM-2:30AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

Letter of Credit

S05, E36  (First Aired: Jun. 19, 1960)
A writer arrives in a small town to investigate the circumstances of a bank robbery in which the money was never found.
  • Sun 9/11
  • 2:30AM-3:00AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

Escape to Sonoita

S05, E37  (First Aired: Jun. 26, 1960)
Two kidnappers come upon a tanker in the middle of the desert and decide to make their escape in it. With Burt Reynolds and James Bell.
  • Sun 9/11
  • 3:00AM-3:30AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

Hooked

S05, E38  (First Aired: Sep. 25, 1960)
A man (Robert Horton) schemes with a young woman (Anne Francis) to get rid of his wealthy wife (Vivienne Segal).
  • Sun 9/11
  • 3:30AM-4:00AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

The Doubtful Doctor

S06, E02  (First Aired: Oct. 4, 1960)
A man (Dick York) confides in his doctor (John Zaremba) about his unusual experience involving time travel. With Gena Rowlands.
  • Mon 9/12
  • 2:00AM-2:30AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

A Very Moral Theft

S06, E03  (First Aired: Oct. 11, 1960)
A woman (Betty Field) steps in to help a desperate man (Walter Matthau) save his company from bankruptcy.
  • Mon 9/12
  • 2:30AM-3:00AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

The Contest of Aaron Gold

S06, E04  (First Aired: Oct. 18, 1960)
A ceramics teacher (Sydney Pollack) at a summer camp finds a boy (Barry Gordon) with an unusual gift for sculpting. With Frank Maxwell.
  • Mon 9/12
  • 3:00AM-3:30AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3

The Five-Forty-Eight

S06, E05  (First Aired: Oct. 25, 1960)
A distraught woman (Phyllis Thaxter) confronts her former boss (Zachary Scott) on his train ride home.
  • Mon 9/12
  • 3:30AM-4:00AM
  • 19.3
  • WHNTDT3