Alfred Hitchcock Presents

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Alfred Hitchcock Presents is an American television anthology series that was created, hosted, and produced by Alfred Hitchcock; the program aired on CBS and NBC between 1955 and 1965. It featured dramas, thrillers, and mysteries. read more
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Alfred Hitchcock Presents is an American television anthology series that was created, hosted, and produced by Alfred Hitchcock; the program aired on CBS and NBC between 1955 and 1965. It featured dramas, thrillers, and mysteries. Between 1962 and 1965 it was renamed The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.

Original Release

10/02/1955 on NBC

US Release

10/02/1955

Cast

Alfred Hitchcock Self - Host
Alfred Hitchcock Host
John Williams Inspector Davidson
Barry Harvey Steward
Phil Gordon Bartender
Charles Davis Detective Raines
Alan Napier Lord Sorrington
Sam Harris Club Patron
Charles Cooper Bernard K. Froy
Anthony Dawson Count Victor Mattoni
(see additional cast & crew)
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Directors

Robert Stevens, Paul Henreid, Herschel Daugherty, Norman Lloyd, Alfred Hitchcock, Arthur Hiller, Alan Crosland Jr., James Neilson, Justus Addiss, John Brahm, Don Taylor, Robert Stevenson, Stuart Rosenberg, Don Weis, Robert Florey, Bernard Girard, John Newland, Jules Bricken, Jules Munshin, John Meredyth Lucas, Boris Sagal, Ida Lupino, Robert Altman, George Stevens Jr., Don Medford, Bretaigne Windust, Francis M. Cockrell, Paul Almond, Leonard J. Horn, David Swift, Joseph Lejtes, Alf Kjellin, Richard Dunlap, Gene Reynolds, Hilton A. Green, Richard Whorf, Gordon Hessler, Arnold Laven

Writers

Henry Slesar, Robert C. Dennis, Francis M. Cockrell, Bernard C. Schoenfeld, James P. Cavanagh, William Fay, Stirling Silliphant, Marian B. Cockrell, Harold Swanton, Robert Bloch, Joel Murcott, Sarett Tobias, Stanley Ellin, John Collier, Bill S. Ballinger, Roald Dahl, Halsted Welles, Victor Wolfson, Bryce Walton, Helen Nielsen, Alec Coppel, Fredric Brown, Ray Bradbury, Jerry Sohl, C.B. Gilford, Roy Vickers, Margaret Manners, Andrew Solt, Thomas Burke, Talmage Powell, Emily Neff, Kathleen Hite, Evan Hunter, Irving Elman, Richard Carr, Cornell Woolrich, Charlotte Armstrong, Stacy Aumonier, Casey Robinson, John T. Kelley, John Cheever, Frank Gabrielson, Albert E. Lewin, Jay Folb, Joseph Ruscoll, Gwen Bagni, Nicholas Monsarrat, Calvin Clements Sr., A.J. Russell, Burt Styler, Robert Turner, Thomas Grant, Richard Levinson, William Link, Norman Daniels, A.A. Milne, Allan Vaughan Elston, Irwin Gielgud, Eustace Cockrell, Richard Deming, William O'Farrell, Robert Arthur, F.J. Smith, Lawrence Treat, Donald Honig, Rose Simon Kohn, Allan Gordon, Hilary Murray, Mary Stolz, James E. Cronin, Nora H. Caplan, John Foran, William C. Morrison, Henriette McClelland, James Causey, Lawrence A. Page, Henry A. Cogge, Babs H. Deal, Charles Boeckman, Margery Vosper, Norman Ginsbury, Joseph Shearing, Sam Merwin Jr., Jack Ritchie, J.W. Aaron, James Workman, Joseph Kesselring, Gertrude Atherton, Bevil Charles, R.E. Kendall, Ann Bridge, Alex Gaby, Harold Q. Masur, Arthur Williams, Norman Struber, Harold R. Daniels, Edouard Sandoz, Avram Davidson, Norah Perez, Dorothy Salisbury Davis, Ed Lacy, L.B. Gordon, Valerie Dyke, Frank Mace, Fred McMorrow, Hector Hugh Munro, Anthony Gilbert, Jay Bennett, Michael Hogan, Philip Roth, Loren Good, Neil S. Boardman, Milward Kennedy, Joe Pidcock, Rupert Croft-Cooke, Kenneth Perkins, Borden Deal, Edgar Marvin, Mary Orr, Morris Hersham, S.R. Ross, Lillian de la Torre, Jerry Hackady, Philip S. Goodman, J.P. Cahn, Joe Grenzeback, John Keir Cross, Antony Ferry, Ben Ray Redman, Jeanne Barry, Clark Howard, Helen Fislar Brooks, Sandy Sax, Richard Pedicini, Martin Brooke, Joseph Bates Smith, Therd Jefre, Fred Levon, Maurice Baudin, Susan Glaspell, John De Meyer, A.M. Burrage, Dorothy L. Sayers, Harry Miles Muheim, Samuel Blas, Brett Halliday, Margaret Cousins, H.A. De Rosso, John Mortimer, Rick Edelstein, Jack Dillon, Robert Wallsten, David Alexander, Raymond Mason, Jay Wilson, John Lindsey, Herb Golden, James A. Howard, Robert Blees, Fred Freiberger, Meade Roberts, Alexander Woollcott, Julius J. Epstein, Eric Ambler, Richard Berg, Lou Shaw, Charles Beaumont, George Clayton Johnson, Adela Rogers St. Johns, George F. Slavin, Hal Hackady, Sidney Carroll, Gina Kaus, Ambrose Bierce, Vincent Fotre, Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne, Hugh Wheeler, Mike Marmer, Reginald Denham, Michael Fessier, Philip G. Epstein, Michael Pertwee, Martin Berkeley, Don Marquis, Gordon Russell, A.E.W. Mason, Harold Gast, Miriam Allen DeFord, Louis Paul, Anthony Armstrong, Peggy O'Shea, Whit Masterson, A. Sanford Wolfe, Terence Maples, Stuart Jerome, Mel Dinelli, Louis Pollock, Ira Levin, Henry Farrell, Philip MacDonald, Robert Lees, George Langelaan, Victor Canning, John Wyndham, Michael Arlen, Henry De Vere Stacpoole, Garson Kanin, Larry Ward

Cast

Alfred Hitchcock Self - Host
Alfred Hitchcock Host
John Williams Inspector Davidson
Barry Harvey Steward
Phil Gordon Bartender
Charles Davis Detective Raines
Alan Napier Lord Sorrington
Sam Harris Club Patron
Charles Cooper Bernard K. Froy
Anthony Dawson Count Victor Mattoni
Bess Flowers Club Patron
Franklyn Farnum Party Guest
Melville Cooper Mullet / Pat Lummock
Claude Akins Cop
Herschel Graham Club Patron
David Fresco Photographer
'Snub' Pollard Bar Patron
Rusty Lane Police Detective
Barry Bernard Bartender
Jack Chefe Waiter

Producers

Editors

Edward W. Williams, Marston Fay

1964 Emmy Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Adaptation Nominated
1961 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Nominated
1960 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Nominated
1960 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design Nominated
1959 Emmy Best Dramatic Series - Less Than One Hour Nominated
1959 Emmy Best Direction of a Single Program of a Dramatic Series - Less Than One Hour Nominated
1959 Emmy Best Writing of a Single Program of a Dramatic Series - Less Than One Hour Nominated
1958 Golden Globe Television Achievement Won
1958 Emmy Best Dramatic Anthology Series Nominated
1958 Emmy Best Direction - Half Hour or Less Won
1957 Emmy Best Series - Half Hour or Less Nominated
1957 Emmy Best Teleplay Writing - Half Hour or Less Won
1956 Emmy Best Action or Adventure Series Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Director - Film Series Nominated
1956 Emmy Best Editing of a Television Film Won
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