List of Alfred Hitchcock Presents episodes


List of Alfred Hitchcock Presents episodes

The following is a list of episodes from the television show Alfred Hitchcock Presents (both the original 1955–62 series and the 1985–86 / 1987–88 revival). A separate list of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour episodes is also available.

Contents

Original series (1955–1962)

Season 1 (1955–56)

First aired # Title Stars Writer(s) Director
2-Oct-55 1x01 "Revenge" Ralph Meeker
Vera Miles
Frances Bavier
Francis M. Cockrell (Teleplay)
Samuel Blas (Story)
Alfred Hitchcock
9-Oct-55 1x02 "Premonition" John Forsythe
Warren Stevens
Cloris Leachman
Harold Swanton (Teleplay) Robert Stevens
16-Oct-55 1x03 "Triggers in Leash" Gene Barry
Darren McGavin
Ellen Corby
Dick Carr (Teleplay)
Allen Vaughn Elston (Story)
Don Medford
23-Oct-55 1x04 "Don't Come Back Alive" Sidney Blackmer
Virginia Gregg
Robert Emhardt
Robert Dennis (Teleplay) Robert Stevenson
30-Oct-55 1x05 "Into Thin Air" Pat Hitchcock
Geoffrey Toone
Alan Napier
Marian Cockrell (Teleplay) Don Medford
6-Nov-55 1x06 "Salvage" Gene Barry
Nancy Gates
Maxine Cooper
Elisha Cook, Jr.
Dick Carr (Teleplay)
Fred Freiberger (Teleplay & Story)
Justus Addiss
13-Nov-55 1x07 "Breakdown" Joseph Cotten
Raymond Bailey
Murray Alper
Aaron Spelling
Francis Cockrell (Teleplay)
Louis Pollock (Teleplay & Story)
Alfred Hitchcock
20-Nov-55 1x08 "Our Cook's a Treasure" Everett Sloane
Beulah Bondi
Olan Soule
Robert C. Dennis (Teleplay)
Dorothy L. Sayers (Story)
Robert Stevens
27-Nov-55 1x09 "The Long Shot" Peter Lawford
John Williams
Harold Swanton (Teleplay) Robert Stevenson
4-Dec-55 1x10 "The Case of Mr. Pelham" Tom Ewell
Raymond Bailey
Diane Brewster
Francis Cockrell (Teleplay)
Anthony Armstrong (Story)
Alfred Hitchcock
11-Dec-55 1x11 "Guilty Witness" Judith Evelyn
Kathleen Maguire
Joseph Mantell
Ed Kemmer
Robert C. Dennis (Teleplay)
Morris Hershman (Story)
Robert Stevens
18-Dec-55 1x12 "Santa Claus and the Tenth Avenue Kid" Barry Fitzgerald
Virginia Gregg
Marian Cockrell
Margaret Cousins (story)
Don Weis
25-Dec-55 1x13 "The Cheney Vase" Patricia Collinge
Darren McGavin
Carolyn Jones
George Macready
Kathryn Card
Ruta Lee
Robert Blees Robert Stevens
1-Jan-56 1x14 "A Bullet for Baldwin" John Qualen
Sebastian Cabot
Philip Reed
Eustace Cockrell (Teleplay)
Francis Cockrell (Teleplay)
Joseph Ruscoll (Story)
Justus Addiss
8-Jan-56 1x15 "The Big Switch" George Mathews
Beverly Michaels
George E. Stone
Richard Carr (Teleplay)
Cornell Woolrich (Story)
Don Weis
15-Jan-56 1x16 "You Got to Have Luck" John Cassavetes
Marisa Pavan
Eustace Cockrell
Francis Cockrell
S. R. Ross (story)
Robert Stevens
22-Jan-56 1x17 "The Older Sister" Joan Lorring
Carmen Mathews
Robert C. Dennis
Lillian de La Torre (story)
Robert Stevens
29-Jan-56 1x18 "Shopping for Death" Jo Van Fleet
Robert Harris
Michael Ansara
Ray Bradbury Robert Stevens
5-Feb-56 1x19 "The Derelicts" Robert Newton
Philip Reed
Robert C. Dennis
Terence Maples (story)
Robert Stevenson
12-Feb-56 1x20 "And So Died Riabouchinska" Claude Rains
Charles Bronson
Mel Dinelli
Ray Bradbury (story)
Robert Stevenson
19-Feb-56 1x21 "Safe Conduct" Claire Trevor
Jacques Bergerac
Werner Klemperer
John Banner
Andrew Solt Justus Addiss
26-Feb-56 1x22 "Place of Shadows" Everett Sloane
Sean McClory
Robert C. Dennis Robert Stevens
4-Mar-56 1x23 "Back for Christmas" John Williams
Isabel Elsom
Francis Cockrell
John Collier (story)
Alfred Hitchcock
11-Mar-56 1x24 "The Perfect Murder" Hurd Hatfield
Mildred Natwick
Victor Wolfson
Stacey Aumonier (story)
Robert Stevens
18-Mar-56 1x25 "There Was an Old Woman" Estelle Winwood
Charles Bronson
Marian Cockrell
Jerry Hackady (story)
Harold Hackady (story)
Robert Stevenson
25-Mar-56 1x26 "Whodunit?" John Williams
Amanda Blake
Francis Cockrell
Marian Cockrell
C. B. Gilford (story)
Francis Cockrell
1-Apr-56 1x27 "Help Wanted" John Qualen
Lorne Greene
Robert C. Dennis
Mary Orr (adaptation)
Reginald Denham (adaptation)
Stanley Ellin (story)
James Neilson
8-Apr-56 1x28 "Portrait of Jocelyn" Philip Abbott
Nancy Gates
Harold Swanton
Edgar Marvin (story)
Robert Stevens
15-Apr-56 1x29 "The Orderly World of Mr. Appleby" Robert H. Harris
Meg Mundy
Michael Ansara
Victor Wolfson
Robert C. Dennis
Stanley Ellin (story)
James Neilson
22-Apr-56 1x30 "Never Again" Phyllis Thaxter
Louise Albritton
Gwen Bagni
Irwin Gielgud
Stirling Silliphant
Adela Rogers St. Johns (story)
Robert Stevens
29-Apr-56 1x31 "The Gentleman from America" Biff McGuire
Ralph Clanton
John Alderson
Francis Cockrell
Michael Arlen (story)
Robert Stevens
6-May-56 1x32 "The Baby Sitter" Thelma Ritter
Mary Wickes
Michael Ansara
Sarett Rudley
Emily Neff (story)
Robert Stevens
13-May-56 1x33 "The Belfry" Jack Mullaney
Pat Hitchcock
Robert C. Dennis
Allan Vaughan Elston (story)
Herschel Daugherty
20-May-56 1x34 "The Hidden Thing" Biff McGuire
Robert H. Harris
Judith Ames
James Cavanagh
A. J. Russell (story)
Robert Stevens
27-May-56 1x35 "The Legacy" Leora Dana
Jacques Bergerac
Gina Kaus
Andrew Solt
James Neilson
3-Jun-56 1x36 "Mink" Ruth Hussey
Vinton Hayworth
Irwin Gielgud
Gwen Bagni
Robert Stevenson
10-Jun-56 1x37 "Decoy" Robert Horton
Cara Williams
Frank Gorshin
Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Richard George Pedicini (story)
Arnold Laven
17-Jun-56 1x38 "The Creeper" Constance Ford
Steve Brodie
James Cavanagh
Joseph Ruscoll (story)
Herschel Daugherty
24-Jun-56 1x39 "Momentum" Skip Homeier
Joanne Woodward
Francis Cockrell
Cornell Woolrich
Robert Stevens

Season 2 (1956–57)

First aired # Title Stars Writer Director
30-Sep-56 2x01 "Wet Saturday" Sir Cedric Hardwicke
John Williams
Marian Cockrell
John Collier (story)
Alfred Hitchcock
7-Oct-56 2x02 "Fog Closing In"

Note- In 1957 this episode won an Emmy Award for Best Teleplay Writing.[1]

Phyllis Thaxter
Paul Langton
James Cavanagh
Martin Brooke (story)
Herschel Daugherty
14-Oct-56 2x03 "De Mortuis" Robert Emhardt
Cara Williams
Francis Cockrell
John Collier (story)
Robert Stevens
21-Oct-56 2x04 "Kill with Kindness" Hume Cronyn
Carmen Mathews
A. J. Russell Herschel Daugherty
28-Oct-56 2x05 "None Are So Blind" Hurd Hatfield
Mildred Dunnock
James Cavanagh
John Collier (story)
Robert Stevens
4-Nov-56 2x06 "Toby" Jessica Tandy
Robert H. Harris
Victor Wolfson
Joseph Bates Smith (story)
Robert Stevens
11-Nov-56 2x07 "Alibi Me" Lee Philips
Chick Chandler
Therd Jefre (story)
Walter Newman (story)
Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Jules Bricken
18-Nov-56 2x08 "Conversation Over a Corpse" Dorothy Stickney
Carmen Mathews
Marian Cockrell
Norman Daniels
Jules Bricken
25-Nov-56 2x09 "Crack of Doom" Robert Horton
Robert Middleton
Robert C. Dennis
Don Marquis (story)
James Neilson
2-Dec-56 2x10 "Jonathan" Georgann Johnson
Corey Allen
Fred Levan (story)
Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Stirling Silliphant
John Meredyth Lucas
9-Dec-56 2x11 "The Better Bargain" Robert Middleton
Henry Silva
Richard Deming (short story)
Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Herschel Daugherty
16-Dec-56 2x12 "The Rose Garden" John Williams
Patricia Collinge
Marian B. Cockrell
Vincent Fotre (story)
Francis Cockrell
23-Dec-56 2x13 "Mr. Blanchard's Secret" Mary Scott
Robert Horton
Meg Mundy
Emily Neff (story)
Sarett Rudley
Alfred Hitchcock
30-Dec-56 2x14 "John Brown's Body" Hugh Marlowe
Leora Dana
Thomas Burke (story)
Robert C. Dennis
Robert Stevens
6-Jan-57 2x15 "Crackpot" Biff McGuire
Robert Emhardt
Martin Berkeley
Harold Gast (story)
John Meredyth Lucas
13-Jan-57 2x16 "Nightmare in 4-D" Henry Jones
Barbara Baxley
Robert C. Dennis
Stuart Jerome (story)
Justus Addiss
20-Jan-57 2x17 "My Brother, Richard" Royal Dano
Inger Stevens
Jay Bennett (story)
Sarett Rudley
Herschel Daugherty
27-Jan-57 2x18 "The Manacled" Gary Merrill
William Redfield
Stirling Silliphant
A. Sanford Wolfe (story)
Robert Stevens
3-Feb-57 2x19 "A Bottle of Wine" Herbert Marshall
Robert Horton
Borden Deal (story)
Stirling Silliphant
Herschel Daugherty
10-Feb-57 2x20 "Malice Domestic" Ralph Meeker
Phyllis Thaxter
Philip MacDonald (story)
Victor Wolfson
John Meredyth Lucas
17-Feb-57 2x21 "Number Twenty-Two" Russell Collins
Rip Torn
Evan Hunter (story)
Joel Murcott
Robert Stevens
24-Feb-57 2x22 "The End of Indian Summer" Steve Forrest
Gladys Cooper
Maurice Baudin Jr. (story)
James Cavanagh
Robert Stevens
3-Mar-57 2x23 "One for the Road" John Baragrey
Georgann Johnson
Robert C. Dennis
Emily Neff (story)
Robert Stevens
10-Mar-57 2x24 "The Cream of the Jest" Claude Rains
James Gregory
Fredric Brown (story)
Sarett Rudley
Herschel Daugherty
17-Mar-57 2x25 "I Killed The Count, Part I" John Williams
Alan Napier
Anthony Dawson
Francis M. Cockrell
Alec Coppel (story)
Robert Stevens
24-Mar-57 2x26 "I Killed The Count, Part II" John Williams
Rosemary Harris
Anthony Dawson
Francis M. Cockrell
Alec Coppel (story)
Robert Stevens
31-Mar-57 2x27 "I Killed The Count, Part III" John Williams
Rosemary Harris
Anthony Dawson
Francis M. Cockrell
Alec Coppel (story)
Robert Stevens
7-Apr-57 2x28 "One More Mile to Go" David Wayne
Steve Brodie
F. J. Smith (story)
James P. Cavanagh
Alfred Hitchcock
14-Apr-57 2x29 "Vicious Circle" Dick York
Kathleen Maguire
Evan Hunter (story)
Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Paul Henreid
21-Apr-57 2x30 "The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater" John Williams
Barbara Baxley
A. A. Milne (story)
Sarett Rudley
Jules Bricken
28-Apr-57 2x31 "The Night the World Ended" Russell Collins
Harold J. Stone
Fredric Brown (story)
Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Jus Addiss
5-May-57 2x32 "The Hands of Mr. Ottermole" Theodore Bikel
Rhys Williams
Thomas Burke (story)
Francis M. Cockrell
Robert Stevens
12-May-57 2x33 "A Man Greatly Beloved" Sir Cedric Hardwicke
Evelyn Rudie
A. A. Milne (story)
Sarett Rudley
James Neilson
19-May-57 2x34 "Martha Mason, Movie Star" Judith Evelyn
Robert Emhardt
Robert C. Dennis
Raymond Mason (story)
Jus Addiss
26-May-57 2x35 "The West Warlock Time Capsule" Henry Jones
Mildred Dunnock
J. P. Cahn (story)
Marian B. Cockrell
Jus Addiss
2-Jun-57 2x36 "Father and Son" Edmund Gwenn
Charles Davis
Thomas Burke (story)
James P. Cavanagh
Herschel Daugherty
9-Jun-57 2x37 "The Indestructible Mr. Weems" Robert Middleton
Joe Mantell
George F. Slavin Jus Addiss
16-Jun-57 2x38 "A Little Sleep" Barbara Cook
Vic Morrow
Robert C. Dennis
Joe Grenzeback (short story)
Paul Henreid
23-Jun-57 2x39 "The Dangerous People" Albert Salmi
Robert H. Harris
Fredric Brown (story)
Francis M. Cockrell
Robert Stevens

Season 3 (1957–58)

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
6-Oct-57 3x01 "The Glass Eye" Jessica Tandy
William Shatner
Robert Stevens
13-Oct-57 3x02 "Mail Order Prophet" Jack Klugman
E. G. Marshall
20-Oct-57 3x03 "The Perfect Crime" Vincent Price
James Gregory
Stirling Silliphant (Teleplay)
Ben Ray Redman (Story)
Alfred Hitchcock
27-Oct-57 3x04 "Heart of Gold" Mildred Dunnock
Nehemiah Persoff
3-Nov-57 3x05 "Silent Witness" Dolores Hart
Harry Bellaver
10-Nov-57 3x06 "Reward to Finder" Oskar Homolka
Jo Van Fleet
17-Nov-57 3x07 "Enough Rope for Two" Jean Hagen
Steve Brodie
24-Nov-57 3x08 "The Last Request" Harry Guardino
Hugh Marlowe
1-Dec-57 3x09 "The Young One" Carol Lynley
Vince Edwards
Robert Altman
8-Dec-57 3x10 "The Diplomatic Corpse" Peter Lorre
George Peppard
15-Dec-57 3x11 "The Deadly" Craig Stevens
Phyllis Thaxter
22-Dec-57 3x12 "Miss Paisley's Cat" Dorothy Stickney
29-Dec-57 3x13 "Night of the Execution" Pat Hingle
Georgann Johnson
Bernard C. Schoenfeld (Teleplay)
Henry Slesar (Story)
Justus Addiss
5-Jan-58 3x14 "The Percentage" Nita Talbot
Alex Nicol
12-Jan-58 3x15 "Together" Joseph Cotten
Christine White
Robert Altman
19-Jan-58 3x16 "Sylvia" John McIntire
Ann Todd
26-Jan-58 3x17 "The Motive" Skip Homeier
William Redfield
Rose Simon Kohn Robert Stevens
2-Feb-58 3x18 "Miss Bracegirdle Does Her Duty" Mildred Natwick
9-Feb-58 3x19 "The Equalizer" Leif Erickson
Martin Balsam
Paul Maxwell
Robert C. Dennis (Teleplay)
C. B. Gilford (Story)
James Neilson
16-Feb-58 3x20 "On the Nose" David Opatoshu
Karl Swenson
23-Feb-58 3x21 "Guest for Breakfast" Scott McKay
Joan Tetzel
2-Mar-58 3x22 "The Return of the Hero" Jacques Bergerac
Susan Kohner
Stirling Silliphant (Teleplay)
Andrew Solt (Story and Teleplay)
Herschel Daugherty
9-Mar-58 3x23 "The Right Kind of House" Jeanette Nolan
Robert Emhardt
Paul Maxwell
16-Mar-58 3x24 "The Foghorn" Barbara Bel Geddes
Michael Rennie
23-Mar-58 3x25 "Flight to the East" Gary Merrill
Patricia Cutts
Joel Murcott (Teleplay)
Bevil Charles (Story)
Arthur Hiller
30-Mar-58 3x26 "Bull in a China Shop" Dennis Morgan
Estelle Winwood
Paul Maxwell
Sarett Rudley (Teleplay)
C.B. Gilford (Story)
James Neilson
6-Apr-58 3x27 "Disappearing Trick" Robert Horton
Betsy von Furstenberg
Kathleen Hite (Teleplay)
Victor Canning (Story)
Arthur Hiller
13-Apr-58 3x28 "Lamb to the Slaughter" Barbara Bel Geddes Roald Dahl Alfred Hitchcock
20-Apr-58 3x29 "Fatal Figures" John McGiver
Vivian Nathan
Robert C. Dennis (Teleplay)
Rick Edelstein (Story)
Don Taylor
27-Apr-58 3x30 "Death Sentence" James Best
Steve Brodie
4-May-58 3x31 "The Festive Season" Carmen Mathews
Richard Waring
11-May-58 3x32 "Listen, Listen.....!" Edgar Stehli Bernard C. Schoenfeld (Teleplay)
R.E. Kendall (Story)
Don Taylor
18-May-58 3x33 "Post Mortem" Joanna Moore
Steve Forrest
James Gregory
Robert C. Dennis (Teleplay)
Cornell Woolrich (Story)
Arthur Hiller
25-May-58 3x34 "The Crocodile Case" Denholm Elliott
Hazel Court
John Alderson
1-Jun-58 3x35 "Dip in the Pool" Keenan Wynn
Fay Wray
Roald Dahl Alfred Hitchcock
8-Jun-58 3x36 "The Safe Place" Robert H. Harris
Joanne Linville
Michael Hogan (Teleplay)
Jay Wilson (Story)
James Neilson
15-Jun-58 3x37 "The Canary Sedan" Jessica Tandy
Gavin Muir
22-Jun-58 3x38 "The Impromptu Murder" Hume Cronyn
Robert Douglas
29-Jun-58 3x39 "Little White Frock" Herbert Marshall
Julie Adams
Tom Helmore
Stirling Silliphant (Teleplay)
Stacey Aumonier (Story)
Herschel Daugherty

Season 4 (1958–59)

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
5-Oct-58 4x01 "Poison" Wendell Corey James B. Allardice (lead in)
Roald Dahl (story)
Alfred Hitchcock
12-Oct-58 4x02 "Don't Interrupt" Cloris Leachman
Chill Wills
Sidney Carroll Robert Stevens
19-Oct-58 4x03 "The Jokester" Albert Salmi
Roscoe Ates
Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Robert Arthur
Arthur Hiller
26-Oct-58 4x04 "The Crooked Road" Richard Kiley
Walter Matthau
William Fay
Alex Gaby
Paul Henreid
2-Nov-58 4x05 "The $2,000,000 Defense" Barry Sullivan
Leslie Nielsen
William Fay
Harold Q. Masur
Norman Lloyd
9-Nov-58 4x06 "Design for Loving" Barbara Baxley
Norman Lloyd
Ray Bradbury Robert Stevens
16-Nov-58 4x07 "Man with a Problem" Elizabeth Montgomery
Gary Merrill
Joel Murcott
Donald Martin
Robert Stevens
23-Nov-58 4x08 "Safety for the Witness" Art Carney William Fay
John De Meyer
Norman Lloyd
7-Dec-58 4x09 "Murder Me Twice" Phyllis Thaxter
Tom Helmore
Irving Elman
Lawrence Treat
David Swift
14-Dec-58 4x10 "Tea Time" Margaret Leighton
Marsha Hunt
Kathleen Hite
Margaret Manners
Robert Stevens
21-Dec-58 4x11 "And the Desert Shall Blossom" Ben Johnson
Wesley Lau
Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Loren D. Good
Arthur Hiller
28-Dec-58 4x12 "Mrs. Herman and Mrs. Fenimore" Mary Astor Robert C. Dennis
Donald Honig
Arthur Hiller
4-Jan-59 4x13 "Six People, No Music" John McGiver
Peggy Cass
Richard Berg
Garson Kanin
Norman Lloyd
11-Jan-59 4x14 "The Morning After" Dorothy Provine
Robert Alda
Fay Wray
Rose Simon Kohn
Henry Slesar
Herschel Daugherty
18-Jan-59 4x15 "A Personal Matter" Wayne Morris
Joe Maross
Joel Murcott
Brett Halliday
Paul Henreid
25-Jan-59 4x16 "Out There – Darkness" Bette Davis Bernard C. Schoenfeld
William O'Farrell
Paul Henreid
1-Feb-59 4x17 "Total Loss" Nancy Olson
Ralph Meeker
J.E. Selby Don Taylor
8-Feb-59 4x18 "The Last Dark Step" Robert Horton
Fay Spain
William Fay
Margaret Manners
Herschel Daugherty
15-Feb-59 4x19 "The Morning of the Bride" Barbara Bel Geddes Kathleen Hite
Neil S. Broadman
Arthur Hiller
22-Feb-59 4x20 "The Diamond Necklace" Claude Rains
Betsy von Furstenberg
Sarett Rudley Herschel Daugherty
1-Mar-59 4x21 "Relative Value" Denholm Elliott
Torin Thatcher
Frances Cockrell
Milward Kennedy
Paul Almond
8-Mar-59 4x22 "The Right Price" Eddie Foy Jr.
Allen Joslyn
Henry Slesar Arthur Hiller
15-Mar-59 4x23 "I'll Take Care of You" Ralph Meeker
Elisabeth Fraser
George Johnson Robert Stevens
22-Mar-59 4x24 "The Avon Emeralds" Hazel Court
Alan Napier
Roger Moore
Joe Pidcock Bretaigne Windust
29-Mar-59 4x25 "The Kind Waitress" Olive Deering
Celia Lovsky
Henry Slesar Paul Henreid
5-Apr-59 4x26 "Cheap Is Cheap" Dennis Day
Alice Backes
Albert E. Lewis
Burt Styler
Bretaigne Windust
12-Apr-59 4x27 "The Waxwork" Barry Nelson
Everett Sloane
A.M. Burrage Robert Stevens
19-Apr-59 4x28 "The Impossible Dream" Franchot Tone
Mary Astor
John Lindsey Robert Stevens
3-May-59 4x29 "Banquo's Chair" John Williams
Kenneth Haigh
Reginald Gardiner
Francis Cockrell (Teleplay)
Rupert Croft-Cooke (Story)
Alfred Hitchcock
10-May-59 4x30 "A Night with the Boys" John Smith
Joyce Meadows
Henry Slesar
Jay Fob
John Brahm
17-May-59 4x31 "Your Witness" Brian Keith
William Hansen
Helen Nielsen Norman Lloyd
24-May-59 4x32 "Human Interest Story" Steve McQueen
Arthur Hill
Fredric Brown Norman Lloyd
31-May-59 4x33 "The Dusty Drawer" Dick York Harry Muheim Herschel Daugherty
7-Jun-59 4x34 "A True Account (Curtains for Me)" Jocelyn Brando
Jane Greer
Rupert Croft-Cooke Leonard Horn
14-Jun-59 4x35 "Touché" Paul Douglas
Dody Heath
Bryce Walton John Brahm
21-Jun-59 4x36 "Invitation to an Accident" Joanna Moore
Alan Hewitt
Wade Miller Don Taylor

Season 5 (1959–1960)

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
27-Sep-59 5x01 "Arthur" Laurence Harvey
Hazel Court
Patrick Macnee
James Allardice Alfred Hitchcock
4-Oct-59 5x02 "The Crystal Trench" Patricia Owens
Patrick Macnee
James Allardice Alfred Hitchcock
11-Oct-59 5x03 "Appointment at Eleven" Clint Kimbrough
Amy Douglass
18-Oct-59 5x04 "Coyote Moon" Macdonald Carey
Collin Wilcox
25-Oct-59 5x05 "No Pain" Joanna Moore
Brian Keith
1-Nov-59 5x06 "Anniversary Gift" Harry Morgan
Barbara Baxley
8-Nov-59 5x07 "Dry Run" Robert Vaughn
Walter Matthau
15-Nov-59 5x08 "The Blessington Method" Dick York
Henry Jones
Stanley Ellin
(story)
22-Nov-59 5x09 "Dead Weight" Joseph Cotten
Julie Adams
29-Nov-59 5x10 "Special Delivery" Steve Dunne
Beatrice Straight
6-Dec-59 5x11 "Road Hog" Richard Chamberlain
Raymond Massey
13-Dec-59 5x12 "Specialty of the House" Robert Morley Stanley Ellin
(story)
20-Dec-59 5x13 "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" Ronald Howard
Juano Hernandez
Ambrose Bierce
(story)
27-Dec-59 5x14 "Graduating Class" Wendy Hiller
Robert H. Harris
3-Jan-60 5x15 "Man From the South" Steve McQueen
Peter Lorre
Roald Dahl Norman Lloyd
10-Jan-60 5x16 "The Ikon of Elijah" Oskar Homolka
Sam Jaffe
Avram Davidson (story)
Norah Perez
Victor Wolfson
Paul Almond
24-Jan-60 5x17 "The Cure" Nehemiah Persoff
Cara Williams
31-Jan-60 5x18 "Backward, Turn Backward" Tom Tully
Alan Baxter
7-Feb-60 5x19 "Not the Running Type" Paul Hartman
Robert Bray
14-Feb-60 5x20 "The Day of the Bullet" John Graven
Barry Gordon
21-Feb-60 5x21 "Hitch Hike" John McIntire
Robert Morse
28-Feb-60 5x22 "Across the Threshold" Barbara Baxley
6-Mar-60 5x23 "Craig's Will" Dick Van Dyke
Stella Stevens
27-Mar-60 5x24 "Madame Mystery" Audrey Totter
Joby Baker
3-Apr-60 5x25 "The Little Man Who Was There" Norman Lloyd
Read Morgan
10-Apr-60 5x26 "Mother, May I Go Out to Swim?" Gia Scala
William Shatner
17-Apr-60 5x27 "The Cuckoo Clock" Beatrice Straight
Fay Spain
24-Apr-60 5x28 "Forty Detectives Later" James Franciscus
Jack Weston
1-May-60 5x29 "The Hero" Oskar Homolka
Irene Tedrow
8-May-60 5x30 "Insomnia" Dennis Weaver
Al Hodge
15-May-60 5x31 "I Can Take Care of Myself" Frankie Darro
22-May-60 5x32 "One Grave Too Many" Jeremy Slate
Neile Adams
29-May-60 5x33 "Party Line" Judy Canova
Arch Johnson
5-Jun-60 5x34 "Cell 227" Brian Keith
12-Jun-60 5x35 "The Schartz-Metterklume Method" Hermione Gingold
Elspeth March
19-Jun-60 5x36 "Letter of Credit" Bob Sweeney
26-Jun-60 5x37 "Escape to Sonoita" Burt Reynolds
25-Sep-60 5x38 "Hooked" Anne Francis
Robert Horton

Season 6 (1960–61)

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
27-Sep-60 6x01 "Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat" Audrey Meadows
Les Tremayne
Roald Dahl
James Allardice
Alfred Hitchcock
4-Oct-60 6x02 "The Doubtful Doctor" Dick York
Gena Rowlands
11-Oct-60 6x03 "Very Moral Theft" Betty Field
Walter Matthau
18-Oct-60 6x04 "The Contest for Aaron Gold" Barry Gordon
Sydney Pollack
25-Oct-60 6x05 "The Five-Forty-Eight" Phyllis Thaxter
Zachary Scott
Charlotte Armstrong (Teleplay)
John Cheever (Story)
John Brahm
1-Nov-60 6x06 "Pen Pal" Katherine Squire
Clu Gulager
Hilary Murray (Teleplay)
Henry Slesar (Story)
Jay Folb (Story)
John Brahm
15-Nov-60 6x07 "Outlaw in Town" Ricardo Montalban
Constance Ford
22-Nov-60 6x08 "O Youth and Beauty!" Gary Merrill
Patricia Breslin
Halsted Welles (Teleplay)
John Cheever (Story)
Norman Lloyd
29-Nov-60 6x09 "The Money" Robert Loggia
Doris Dowling
6-Dec-60 6x10 "Sybilla" Barbara Bel Geddes
13-Dec-60 6x11 "The Man with Two Faces" Spring Byington
Steve Dunne
20-Dec-60 6x12 "The Baby-Blue Expression" Sarah Marshall
27-Dec-60 6x13 "The Man Who Found the Money" Arthur Hill
Rod Cameron
3-Jan-61 6x14 "The Changing Heart" Abraham Sofaer
Anne Helm
10-Jan-61 6x15 "Summer Shade" Julie Adams
Veronica Cartwright
James Franciscus
Susan Gordon
Charity Grace
John Hoyt
Nora H. Caplan (story)
Harold Swanton (teleplay)
Herschel Daugherty
24-Jan-61 6x16 "A Crime for Mothers" Claire Trevor
Biff Elliot
31-Jan-61 6x17 "The Last Escape" Keenan Wynn
John Craven
14-Feb-61 6x18 "The Greatest Monster of Them All" Robert H. Harris
Richard Hale
21-Feb-61 6x19 "The Landlady" Dean Stockwell
28-Feb-61 6x20 "The Throwback" Murray Matheson
Joyce Meadows
7-Mar-61 6x21 "The Kiss-Off" Rip Torn
Bert Freed
14-Mar-61 6x22 "The Horseplayer" Claude Rains James Allardice Alfred Hitchcock
21-Mar-61 6x23 "Incident in a Small Jail" John Fiedler
Ron Nicholas
28-Mar-61 6x24 "A Woman's Help" Geraldine Fitzgerald
Scott McKay
4-Apr-61 6x25 "Museum Piece" Myron McCormick
Larry Gates
11-Apr-61 6x26 "Coming, Mama" Eileen Heckart
Don DeFore
18-Apr-61 6x27 "Deathmate" Gia Scala
Lee Philips
25-Apr-61 6x28 "Gratitude" Peter Falk
Paul Hartman
2-May-61 6x29 "The Pearl Necklace" Jack Cassidy
Ernest Truex
9-May-61 6x30 "You Can't Trust a Man" Polly Bergen
16-May-61 6x31 "The Gloating Place" Susan Harrison
Hank Brandt
23-May-61 6x32 "Self Defense" George Nader
Audrey Totter
31-May-61 6x33 "A Secret Life" Ronald Howard
Patricia Donahue
6-Jun-61 6x34 "Servant Problem" Jo Van Fleet
John Emery
13-Jun-61 6x35 "Coming Home" Crahan Denton
Jeanette Nolan
20-Jun-61 6x36 "Final Arrangements" Martin Balsam
Slim Pickens
27-Jun-61 6x37 "Make My Death Bed" Diana Van der Vlis
Biff Elliot
4-Jul-61 6x38 "Ambition" Leslie Nielsen
Harold J. Stone

Season 7 (1961–62)

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
10-Oct-61 7x01 "The Hatbox" Paul Ford
Billy Gray
17-Oct-61 7x02 "Bang! You're Dead!" Bill Mumy James Allardice Alfred Hitchcock
24-Oct-61 7x03 "Maria" Nita Talbot
Norman Lloyd
John Wyndham (story Jizzle)
31-Oct-61 7x04 "Cop for a Day" Walter Matthau
7-Nov-61 7x05 "Keep Me Company" Anne Francis
14-Nov-61 7x06 "Beta Delta Gamma" Burt Brinckerhoff
Barbara Steele
21-Nov-61 7x07 "You Can't Be a Little Girl All Your Life" Dick York
28-Nov-61 7x08 "The Old Pro" Richard Conte
5-Dec-61 7x09 "I Spy" Kay Walsh
William Kendall
12-Dec-61 7x10 "Services Rendered" Hugh Marlowe
19-Dec-61 7x11 "The Right Kind of Medicine" Robert Redford
Joby Baker
26-Dec-61 7x12 "A Jury of Her Peers" Ann Harding
2-Jan-62 7x13 "The Silk Petticoat" Michael Rennie
Antoinette Bower
9-Jan-62 7x14 "Bad Actor" Robert Duvall
William Schallert
16-Jan-62 7x15 "The Door Without a Key" Claude Rains
Bill Mumy
23-Jan-62 7x16 "The Case of M.J.H." Barbara Baxley
Robert Loggia
30-Jan-62 7x17 "The Faith of Aaron Menefee" Andrew Prine
Olan Soule
6-Feb-62 7x18 "The Woman Who Wanted to Live" Lola Albright
Charles Bronson
13-Feb-62 7x19 "Strange Miracle" Eduardo Ciannelli
20-Feb-62 7x20 "The Test" Brian Keith
Eduardo Ciannelli
27-Feb-62 7x21 "Burglar Proof" Robert Webber
Whit Bissell
6-Mar-62 7x22 "The Big Score" Evans Evans
13-Mar-62 7x23 "Profit-Sharing Plan" Henry Jones
20-Mar-62 7x24 "Apex" Patricia Breslin
27-Mar-62 7x25 "The Last Remains" Ed Gardner
3-Apr-62 7x26 "Ten O'Clock Tiger" Frankie Darro
Robert Keith
10-Apr-62 7x27 "Act of Faith" George Grizzard
Dennis King
17-Apr-62 7x28 "The Kerry Blue" Carmen Mathews
Gene Evans
24-Apr-62 7x29 "The Matched Pearl" John Ireland
Ernest Truex
1-May-62 7x30 "What Frightened You, Fred?" Edward Asner
R.G. Armstrong
8-May-62 7x31 "Most Likely to Succeed" Joanna Moore
Howard Morris
15-May-62 7x32 "Victim Four" Peggy Ann Garner
John Lupton
22-May-62 7x33 "The Opportunity" Richard Long
29-May-62 7x34 "The Twelve Hour Caper" Dick York
5-Jun-62 7x35 "The Children of Alda Nuova" Jack Carson
Christopher Dark
12-Jun-62 7x36 "First Class Honeymoon" Robert Webber
Jeremy Slate
19-Jun-62 7x37 "The Big Kick" Anne Helm
Wayne Rogers
26-Jun-62 7x38 "Where Beauty Lies" Cloris Leachman
George Nader
Syndication
only
7x39 The Sorcerer's Apprentice Brandon De Wilde
Diana Dors

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962–1965)

The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985)

Pilot film (1985)

A 100 min. made-for-TV film was presented as the pilot for the series; it consisted of four episodes, all remakes of ones from the original series. This first aired on May 5, 1985 on NBC.

Title Stars Writer Director
"Incident in a Small Jail" Ned Beatty Joel Oliansky
Henry Slesar
Joel Oliansky
"Man from the South" Steven Bauer
John Huston
Melanie Griffith
Kim Novak
Tippi Hedren
William Fay
Steve De Jarnatt
Roald Dahl (story)
Steve De Jarnatt
"Bang! You're Dead!" Bianca Rose
Gail Youngs
Christopher Crowe
Harold Swanton
Randa Haines
"An Unlocked Window" Annette O'Toole
Bruce Davison
Fred Walton
James Bridges
Fred Walton

Season 1

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
29-Sep-85 1x02 "Revenge" David Clennon
Linda Purl
David Stenn R. E. Young
6-Oct-85 1x03 "Night Fever" Robert Carradine
Lisa Pelikan
Clark Howard
Jeff Kanew
Stephen Kronish
Jeff Kanew
20-Oct-85 1x04 "Wake Me When I'm Dead" Irving Elman (teleplay)
Buck Henry
Lawrence Treat (story)
Frank Pierson
27-Oct-85 1x05 "Final Escape" Season Hubley
George DiCenzo
Patrice Donnelly
Jerry Hardin
Davis Roberts (as Doc)
Tom Cannan (story)
Randall Hood (story)
Charles Grant Craig (teleplay)
Thomas Carter
3-Nov-85 1x06 "The Night Caller" Sandra Bernhard
Michael O'Keefe
Linda Fiorentino
10-Nov-85 1x07 "Method Actor" Martin Sheen Burt Reynolds
17-Nov-85 1x08 "The Human Interest Story" John Shea
James T. Callahan
Karen Harris (teleplay) Larry Gross
1-Dec-85 1x09 "Breakdown" Andy García
José Luis Cuevas
Sebastian Ligarde
Richard Pearce
8-Dec-85 1x10 "Prisoners" Cristina Raines
Yaphet Kotto
John Byrum (teleplay) Christopher Crowe
An escaped convict breaks into a woman's house and makes himself at home; the two bond and become friends.
15-Dec-85 1x11 "Arthur, or the Gigolo" Brad Davis
Sandy Dennis
Arthur Williams (story)
Steve De Jarnatt (teleplay)
Thomas Carter
A small-time crook marries a wealthy spinster for her diamond collection; he soon angers his new bride's "children", her dozens of cats.
5-Jan-86 1x12 "The Gloating Place" Nicholas Hormann
Kristy Swanson (minor role)
Jim Beaver (uncredited)
Robert Bloch (story)
David Stenn (teleplay)
Christopher Leitch
12-Jan-86 1x13 "The Right Kind of Medicine" Jack Thibeau
Robert Prosky
Jerrold Freedman Henry Slesar (story)
Michael Braverman (teleplay)
19-Jan-86 1x14 "Beast in View"
16-Feb-86 1x15 "A Very Happy Ending" Joaquin Phoenix
2-Mar-86 1x16 "The Canary Sedan" Ian Abercrombie
Kathleen Quinlan
9-Mar-86 1x17 "Enough Rope for Two" Jeff Fahey
Timothy Daly
Darlanne Fluegel
Clark Howard (story)
David Chase (teleplay)
David Chase
16-Mar-86 1x18 "The Creeper" Karen Allen
Timothy Carhart
Lori Butler
23-Mar-86 1x19 "Happy Birthday" Lane Smith
Noel Conlon
Nana Visitor
6-Apr-86 1x20 "The Jar" Stephen Shellen
Griffin Dunne
Fiona Lewis
Ray BradburyMichael McDowell Tim Burton
13-Apr-86 1x21 "Deadly Honeymoon" Victoria Tennant
David Dukes
Nicolas Coster
Alan Fudge
Don Medford
4-May-86 1x22 "Four O'Clock" Richard Cox
Nicholas Pryor
Ellen Tobie
Steve Bello (teleplay)
Cornell Woolrich (story)
Andrew Mirisch
11-May-86 1x23 "Road Hog" Ronny Cox
Doug Savant
Lee Bryant

Season 2

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
24-Jan-87 2x01 "The Initiation" Marion Ross Rob Hedden
Jim Beaver
Robert Iscove
31-Jan-87 2x02 "Conversation Over a Corpse"
7-Feb-87 2x03 "Man on the Edge" Mark Hamill
Michael Ironside
Jim Beaver Robert Iscove
14-Feb-87 2x04 "If the Shoe Fits"
21-Feb-87 2x05 "The Mole"
28-Feb-87 2x06 "The Anniversary Gift"
7-Mar-87 2x07 "The Impatient Patient"
14-Mar-87 2x08 "When This Man Dies"
21-Mar-87 2x09 "The Specialty of the House" Stanley Ellin
(story)
28-Mar-87 2x10 "The Final Twist" Martin Landau Jim Beaver Atom Egoyan
4-Apr-87 2x11 "Tragedy Tonight"
11-Apr-87 2x12 "World's Oldest Motive"
18-Apr-87 2x13 "Deathmate"

Season 3

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
6-Feb-88 3x01 "VCR – Very Careful Rape" Melissa Sue Anderson
Laura Donovan
Michael Sloan Zale Dalen
13-Feb-88 3x02 "Animal Lovers" Susan Anton
Diane Lewis
Robert DeLaurentis Sturla Gunnarsson
20-Feb-88 3x03 "Prism" Lindsay Wagner
Michael Sarrazin
Michael Sloan Allan King
27-Feb-88 3x04 "A Stolen Heart" William Katt Robert DeLaurentis Rene Bonniere
5-Mar-88 3x05 "Houdini on Channel 4" Nick Lewin Michael Sloan Timothy Bond
12-Mar-88 3x06 "Killer Takes All" Van Johnson
Art Bellasco
Michael Sloan
Robert DeLaurentis
Allan King
19-Mar-88 3x07 "Hippocritic Oath" Shaun Cassidy
Dale Thurston
Michael Colleary
Ray DeLaurentis
Vic Sarin
26-Mar-88 3x08 "Prosecuter" Parker Stevenson
Clark Taylor
Glenn Davis
William Laurin
David Gelfand
23-Apr-88 3x09 "If Looks Could Kill"
30-Apr-88 3x10 "You'll Die Laughing"
7-May-88 3x11 "Murder Party" Leigh Taylor-Young
David McCallum
Colin Fox
Robert De Laurentis Allan King
14-May-88 3x12 "Twist"
21-May-88 3x13 "User Deadly"
28-May-88 3x14 "Career Move"
18-June-88 3x15 "Full Disclosure"
25-June-88 3x16 "Kandinsky's Vault"
2-July-88 3x17 "There Was a Little Girl..."
9-July-88 3x18 "Twisted Sisters"
16-July-88 3x19 "The 13th Floor"
30-July-88 3x20 "The Hunted: Part 1"
6-Aug-88 3x21 "The Hunted: Part 2"

Season 4

First Aired # Title Stars Writer Director
8-Oct-88 4x01 "Fogbound"
15-Oct-88 4x02 "Pen Pal"
12-Nov-88 4x03 "Ancient Voices"
19-Nov-88 4x04 "Survival of the Fittest"
7-Jan-89 4x05 "The Big Spin"
14-Jan-89 4x06 "Don't Sell Yourself Short"
21-Jan-89 4x07 "For Art's Sake"
28-Jan-89 4x08 "Murder in Mind"
4-Feb-89 4x09 "Mirror Mirror"
11-Feb-89 4x10 "Skeleton in the Closet"
18-Feb-89 4x11 "In the Driver's Seat"
25-Feb-89 4x12 "Driving Under the Influence"
11-Mar-89 4x13 "In the Name of Science"
25-Mar-89 4x14 "Romance Machine"
15-Apr-89 4x15 "Diamonds Aren't Forever"
22-Apr-89 4x16 "My Dear Watson"
29-Apr-89 4x17 "Night Creatures"
8-July-89 4x18 "The Man Who Knew Too Little"
15-July-89 4x19 "Reunion"
22-July-89 4x20 "South by Southeast"
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References

  1. ^ The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946-Present. Ballantine Books. 2003. pp. 1413. ISBN 0-345-45542-8. 

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