Hitchcock by Hitchcock

The Television Work

Although all 363 installments of Alfred Hitchcock Presents and its successor, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, bore the Master’s unmistakable stamp, he actually only directed eighteen of them—along with one episode each of Suspicion and Ford Startime, two hour-long shows overseen by his television company, Shamley.

  

Alfred Hitchcock Presents

    
01 “Revenge"  10/02/1955 CBS
02 "Breakdown" 11/13/1955 CBS
03 "The Case of Mr. Pelham" 02/04/1955 CBS
04
 "Back for Christmas" 03/04/1956 CBS
05
 "Wet Saturday" 09/30/1956 CBS
06
 "Mr. Blanchard's Secret" 12/23/1956 CBS
07
 "One More Mile to Go" 04/07/1957 CBS
08
 "The Perfect Crime" 10/20/1957 CBS
09
 "Lamb to the Slaughter" 04/13/1958 CBS
10
 "Dip in the Pool" 09/14/1958 CBS
11
 "Poison" 10/05/1958 CBS
12
 "Banquo's Chair" 05/03/1959 CBS
13
 "Arthur" 09/27/1959 CBS
14
 "The Crystal Trench" 10/04/1959 CBS
15
 "Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat" 09/27/1960 NBC
16
 "The Horseplayer" 03/14/1961 NBC
17
 "Bang! You're Dead" 10/17/1961 NBC
       
  The Alfred Hitchcock Hour    
18
 "I Saw the Whole Thing"   10/11/1962 NBC
       
  Suspicion     
19
 "Four O'Clock" 09/30/1957 NBC
       
  Ford Startime     
20
 "Incident at a Corner"
 04/05/1960 NBC
       


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