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      Season 6 – Alfred Hitchcock Presents

      1960 Drama Mystery & Thriller List
      Reviews 86% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score 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. Read More Read Less Watch on Peacock Stream Now

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 27, 1960 Mrs. Bixby & the Colonel's Coat A woman (Audrey Meadows) is heartbroken when she is forced to end her affair with a colonel (Steve Chase). With Les Tremayne. Details Episode 2 Aired Oct 4, 1960 The Doubtful Doctor A man (Dick York) confides in his doctor (John Zaremba) about his unusual experience involving time travel. With Gena Rowlands. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 11, 1960 A Very Moral Theft A woman (Betty Field) steps in to help a desperate man (Walter Matthau) save his company from bankruptcy. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 18, 1960 The Contest of Aaron Gold A ceramics teacher (Sydney Pollack) at a summer camp finds a boy (Barry Gordon) with an unusual gift for sculpting. With Frank Maxwell. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 25, 1960 The Five-Forty-Eight A distraught woman (Phyllis Thaxter) confronts her former boss (Zachary Scott) on his train ride home. Details Episode 6 Aired Nov 1, 1960 Pen Pal An escaped convict (Clu Gulager) visits a spinster (Katherine Squire) and her niece seeking his pen pal. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 15, 1960 Outlaw in Town A famous outlaw (Ricardo Montalban) rides into town and causes a commotion at the local saloon. With Constance Ford. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 22, 1960 Oh, Youth & Beauty An aging ex-collegiate hurdler (Gary Merrill) refuses to quit, much to his wife's (Patricia Breslin) dismay. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 29, 1960 The Money A woman (Doris Dowling) encourages her boyfriend (Robert Loggia) to gain employment with a wealthy exporter. Details Episode 10 Aired Dec 6, 1960 Sybilla An unhappy husband (Alexander Scourby) fantasizes about killing his wife (Barbara Bel Geddes) and records murder plans in his diary. Details Episode 11 Aired Dec 13, 1960 Man With Two Faces A woman (Spring Byington) finds a familiar face when looking through police files after having her purse snatched. With Harp McGuire and Bethel Leslie. Details Episode 12 Aired Dec 20, 1960 The Baby Blue Expression 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. Details Episode 13 Aired Dec 27, 1960 Man Who Found the Money A man (Arthur Hill) makes a serious mistake when he tries to do the right thing. With R.G. Armstrong and Rod Cameron. Details Episode 14 Aired Jan 3, 1961 Change of Heart A master clockmaker (Abraham Sofaer) who escaped Nazi Germany refuses to allow his granddaughter (Anne Helm) to wed. With Nicholas Pryor. Details Episode 15 Aired Jan 10, 1961 Summer Shade A couple (Julie Adams, James Franciscus) is concerned when their daughter acquires an imaginary playmate. Details Episode 16 Aired Jan 24, 1961 A Crime for Mothers An alcoholic woman (Claire Trevor) tries to reclaim her estranged daughter, who has been raised by another family. With Biff Elliott. Details Episode 17 Aired Jan 31, 1961 The Last Escape An escape artist (Keenan Wynn), desperate for the one big stunt that will gain him notoriety, meets with disaster. With Jan Sterling. Details Episode 18 Aired Feb 14, 1961 Greatest Monster of Them All A humiliated horror-movie star (Richard Hale) seeks revenge when his latest film is turned into a farce. Details Episode 19 Aired Feb 21, 1961 The Landlady A strange woman (Patricia Collinge) has a unique method for hanging onto her pets -- she has them all stuffed. With Dean Stockwell. Details Episode 20 Aired Feb 28, 1961 The Throwback A wily old codger (Murray Matheson) gets the better of a younger, stronger man (Scott Marlowe) in their pursuit of a young lady (Joyce Meadows). Details Episode 21 Aired Mar 7, 1961 The Kiss-Off After spending six years in prison for a robbery he didn't commit, a man (Rip Torn) decides to get even. Details Episode 22 Aired Mar 14, 1961 The Horseplayer A priest (Claude Raines) ask for help from a gambler who believes prayers are helping his horses win. Details Episode 23 Aired Mar 21, 1961 Incident in a Small Jail When a traveling salesman (John Fiedler) stops in a small town, he runs into unexpected trouble. With Crahan Denton. Details Episode 24 Aired Mar 28, 1961 A Woman's Help A hen-pecked husband (Scott McKay) plots with an attractive nurse to kill his ailing wife. Details Episode 25 Aired Apr 4, 1961 Museum Piece A curious visitor (Myron McCormick) asks the curator (Larry Gates) about a skeleton on display in a museum. Details Episode 26 Aired Apr 11, 1961 Coming, Mama A woman begins to realize her domineering mother has no intention of cutting the apron strings that bind them together. Details Episode 27 Aired Apr 18, 1961 Deathmate A woman (Gia Scala) convinces her handsome young lover (Lee Phillips) to end her husband's (Les Tremayne) life. With Russell Collins. Details Episode 28 Aired Apr 25, 1961 Gratitude A faithful valet (Paul Hartman) performs a final service for his mob-connected employer (Peter Falk). Details Episode 29 Aired May 2, 1961 The Pearl Necklace A young couple's (Hazel Court, Jack Cassidy) plans to marry are upset when an old man (Ernest Truex) proposes to the woman. Details Episode 30 Aired May 9, 1961 You Can't Trust a Man A woman is surprised when her husband returns from prison after serving time for a crime she committed. Details Episode 31 Aired May 16, 1961 The Gloating Place A teenager (Susan Harrison) basks in the attention she receives after pretending to have been attacked. Details Episode 32 Aired May 23, 1961 Self Defense When a man kills a young hoodlum who has just robbed a liquor store, he is later confronted by the boy's mother. Details Episode 33 Aired May 30, 1961 A Secret Life A man (Ronald Howard) hires a private detective (Arte Johnson) and discovers his wife may be dating a movie star. Details Episode 34 Aired Jun 6, 1961 Servant Problem The wife (Jo Van Fleet) abandoned by her husband (John Emery) years before suddenly appears on the night of an important dinner party. Details Episode 35 Aired Jun 13, 1961 Coming Home An ex-con (Crahan Denton) becomes frantic when he loses all his money shortly after being released from prison. With Jeanette Nolan. Details Episode 36 Aired Jun 20, 1961 Final Arrangements A henpecked husband (Martin Balsam) arouses suspicion when he purchases a casket before there is a death. Details Episode 37 Aired Jun 27, 1961 Make My Death Bed A woman (Madeleine Sherwood) plots her husband's (James Best) death when she discovers he has been unfaithful. With Diana Van Der Vlis and Joe Flynn. Details Episode 38 Aired Jul 4, 1961 Ambition A district attorney (Leslie Nielsen) is ambitious to further his career and eventually become a governor. With Bernard Katz and Harold Stone. Details Next
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      Previous Audience Member One of the best series of the 50's. Very good scenes, very good episodes (each one better than the other). Undoubtedly, one of the best Alfred Hitchcock classics ever. Highly recommend. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Herschel Daugherty, Ida Lupino, Alfred Hitchcock, Alan Crosland Jr., Paul Henreid, Arthur Hiller, Norman Lloyd, John Brahm, Don Weis
      Executive Producer
      Alfred Hitchcock
      Screenwriter
      Robert Bloch, William Jerome Fay, Charlotte Armstrong, Jerry Sohl, Helen Nielsen, Harold Swanton, Henry Slesar, John Cheever, Halsted Welles, Roald Dahl
      Network
      CBS
      Rating
      TV-PG
      Genre
      Drama, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 27, 1960
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