Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Season 3, episodes 20-39

Here comes another repost of third season of Alfred Hitchcock Presents show, several posts were merged into one bigger containing all remaining episodes (20-39). English subtitles included.

Episode 20 - On the nose


Jan Sterling ... Fran Holland
David Opatoshu ... Mr. Cooney
Karl Swenson ... Ed Holland
Carl Betz ... Store Detective

Description: Fran is a housewife addicted to gambling. Her bookie threatens to tell her husband if she doesn't pay up a loan by five o'clock that afternoon. She needs to raise 25 dollars fast. She manages to scrape up five dollars and then tries to shoplift the rest. She is caught by a store detective. As they drive off in his car the detective listens to her story and offers her twenty dollars in exchange for a little romance. She refuses and the car crashes. She flees the scene of the accident but accidentally leaves her purse and the money. She returns home and is surprised to have her purse returned by the police. It now contains twenty dollars which they found in the car and assumed was hers. She now has enough money to pay off the loan. After her husband calls to say that he must go to Chicago on business, Fran calls her bookie. Instead of paying him the money she tells him to put twenty-five dollars on a horse named Chicago Flyer.

Episode 21 - Guest for breakfast


Joan Tetzel ... Eve Ross
Scott McKay ... Jordan Ross
Richard Shepard ... Chester Lacey

Description: Jordon and Eve Ross are a married couple who are constantly fighting. Their latest argument is interrupted by the sudden appearance of a wanted murderer named Lacey. He holds them captive all night. Lacey ends up being an effective marriage counselor. Through the night he convinces the couple to amend their differences. All of this is despite the fact that Lacey is wanted for murdering his wife and her lover.

Episode 22 - The return of the hero


Jacques Bergerac ... Sgt. Andre Doniere
Susan Kohner ... Therese
Marcel Dalio ... Corp. Marcel Marchand
Vladimir Sokoloff ... Uncle Fernaud

Description: Sgt. Andre is a returning veteran from the French-Algerian war. He heads home to his estate with his crippled friend Marcel. Marcel lost his leg saving Andre's life. Along the way Andre falls for a beautiful girl Teresa even though he is already engaged to be married. Marcel and a good web of lies help Andre out of his problem.

Episode 23 - The right kind of house


Robert Emhardt ... Mr. Waterbury
Jeanette Nolan ... Sadie Grimes
James Drury ... Michael Grimes
Harry Tyler ... Aaron Hacker
Jamie O'Hara ... Sally

Description: Mr. Waterbury in interested in buying a high priced house. Sadie Grimes, the house's owner, invites Waterbury in for a drink. She says the price is nonnegotiable. The place has strong sentimental value for Sadie: her son was killed there over a mysterious bag that has since never been found. She believes the bag contained money which is hidden somewhere in the house. Waterbury says he will buy the house despite its inflated price. Sadie accuses him of being her son's murderer. Waterbury confesses that he is the murderer, but he slumps over dead. His drink had been poisoned.

Episode 24 - The foghorn


Barbara Bel Geddes ... Lucia Clay
Michael Rennie ... Allen Bliss
Bartlett Robinson ... John St. Rogers
Jennifer Howard ... Nun
William Yip ... Restaurant Owner

Description: Lucia meets and falls in love with a man named Allen Bliss at a party that is a celebration of her engagement to another man; John St. Rogers. She decides to break the engagement. She later discovers that Allen is already married. The lovers decide to go for a ride in a sailboat to discuss their plans. They are subsequently lost in the fog and are never seen again.

Episode 25 - Flight to the east


Gary Merrill ... Ted Franklin
Patricia Cutts ... Barbara Denim
Konstantin Shayne ... Abdul Ismael
Anthony George ... Sasha Ismael
Mel Welles ... Police Inspector Kafir

Description: Ted Franklin is a reporter who is assigned to cover the trial of an Arab leader accused of murder. His stories about the Arab leader's guilt win him international acclaim. When his stories begin to stress the Arab's innocence he loses his prestige. When the Arab is found guilty and executed, Frank is fired and humiliated. Later, Franklin's past is revealed: he killed a German general and stole a number of war souvenirs. Franklin finds himself in the news again, but this time he is on the receiving end.

Episode 26 - Bull in a China shop


Dennis Morgan ... Dennis O'Finn
Estelle Winwood ... Miss Hildy-Lou
Elizabeth Patterson ... Miss Bessie
Ellen Corby ... Miss Samantha
Ida Moore ... Miss Birdie
Joe Downing ... Kramer--Detective

Description: A handsome homicide detective is befriended by four old ladies who invite him for tea and proceed to play out a variation of Arsenic and Old Lace for his benefit.

Episode 27 - Disappearing trick


Robert Horton ... Walter Richmond
Betsy von Furstenberg ... Laura Gild
Perry Lopez ... Julio
Raymond Bailey ... Herbert Gild
Frank Albertson ... Regis

Description: A bookie asks womanizing tennis player Walter, who's short on cash, to look up an inactive, high-rolling client. Walter discovers the old gambler died when his sailboat sunk, leaving his beautiful young widow with little money. Sparks fly between Walter and the widow, when he finds out the gambler (Raymond Bailey, The Beverly Hillbillies' banker) placed bets 3 months after the accident.

Episode 28 - Lamb to the slaughter


Barbara Bel Geddes ... Mary Maloney
Harold J. Stone ... Lieutenant Jack Noonan
Allan Lane ... Patrick Maloney
Ken Clark ... Mike

Description: Mary Maloney is a devoted wife and an exceptional housekeeper. One day, her husband, the police chief, announces that he wants a divorce because he has met another woman. Mary is quite angry and kills him with a blow from a frozen leg of lamb. She calls the police and provides and alibi for herself with the story that she'd been out to the store when the murder took place. The investigating officer, Lieutenant Noonan, is further frustrated when he cannot find the murder weapon. Knowing of the long and hard hours spent looking into the case, Mary invites Noonan and the other investigators for a bite to eat. They dig into Mary's leg of lamb and Noonan still thinking about the missing murder weapon says "For all we know, it might be right under our very noses."

Episode 29 - Fatal figures


John McGiver ... Harold George Goames
Vivian Nathan ... Margaret Goames
Ward Wood ... Police Sgt. McBaine
Nesdon Booth ... Shopkeeper

Description: Harold Goames comes across a book of crime statistics and learns that the most select class of criminals in the country is made up of murderers. He immediately decides to join that class and murders his sister Margaret. His dream of joining the class of murders does not come true because police mistakenly rule that the sister died of natural causes.

Episode 30 - Death sentence


James Best ... Norman Frayne
Katharine Bard ... Paula Frayne
Steve Brodie ... Al Revnel
Frank Gerstle ... Police Chief Walt Haney

Description: Paula Frayne's husband Norman is a chronic worrier who shows her little attention. When an old friend of Norman's shows up and shows too much interest in Paula, Norman becomes difficult. Paula becomes convinced that Norman no longer loves her and moves out of the house. She was wrong, however. Norman really loves her and threatens murder to prove it.

Episode 31 - The festive season


Carmen Mathews ... Celia
Edmon Ryan ... John
Richard Waring ... Charlie
Benny Baker ... Al

Description: Charlie Boerum has been carrying on a long standing feud with his sister Celia because he believes that she killed his wife. When the family lawyer shows up on Christmas Eve to make an attempt to reconcile the two, he discovers that they are still squabbling. He also discovers that they are also planning each other's murder.

Episode 32 - Listen, listen...


Edgar Stehli ... Herbert Johnson
Adam Williams ... Police Lt. King
Dayton Lummis ... Police Sgt. Oliver
Baynes Barron ... Bartender
Robert Herrman ... Want Ad Man

Description: No one wants to listen to a polite, but persistent elderly man, Mr. Johnson, who has a strange theory about the recent "stocking murders" of three young women. His theory? That the third murder was committed by a copycat killer. First the old man, arming himself with a phony name, goes to the police, getting an audience with the very lieutenant who led the investigation, and the lieutenant dismisses his theory, but not before briefly conceding the point that the prime suspect, already in custody, confessed to only two of the three murders (having nothing to lose, it would seem, by confessing to the third). Next, Mr. Johnson, using another alias, seeks and finds a newspaper reporter, who is boozing it up with a floozy - by chance, the very reporter who covered the story, and Mr. Johnson and his ideas are not only dismissed once again, but the condescending bartender practically throws the old man out the door. Finally, at wit's end, Mr. Johnson, no longer hiding behind a false name, consults with a priest and seems to be on the verge of confessing something horrible himself. After all, he seems to know way too much about the life of the last murder victim. Still, the well-meaning priest finds the old man is guilty of nothing more than an unseemly obsession with a tabloid story. The police must know what they're doing, don't they? Feeling utterly ignored, Mr. Johnson goes home to his wife, and even she chides him for "thinking about things too much."

Episode 33 - Post mortem


Steve Forrest ... Steve Archer
Joanna Moore ... Judy Archer
James Gregory ... Mr. Wescott

Description: Steve and Judy Archer are having money problems. When Judy's first husband Harry died of a heart attack, Judy collected on a large insurance police Steve sold him. Judy and Steve were then married and Steve quit his job, but later squandered most of Judy's money. The couple discovers that Harry bought a winning Sweepstakes ticket. Unfortunately, the winning ticket is in his pocket and he is buried six feet under. Judy wants to dig up the corpse, but Steve doesn't. Judy gets help from a reporter who digs up the body and finds the ticket. Later the reporter reveals himself as an insurance detective. He believes Harry was murdered, possibly by Steve. Later while Judy is in the bath, Steve returns and takes the winning ticket. He throws an electric heater in the bathtub. Judy screams and Steve runs, right into the arms of the waiting police. Judy emerges from the bathroom unharmed. The detective removed the fuse so she was not electrocuted. As Steve is led away by the police, Judy takes the winning ticket from him.

Episode 34 - The crocodile case


Denholm Elliott ... Jack Lyons
Hazel Court ... Phyllis Chaundry
John Alderson ... Inspector Karsiak
Patricia Hitchcock ... Aileen
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Arthur Chaundry

Description: Jack Lyons is interrogated by the police. He accidentally reveals himself as a murderer when he identifies a crocodile dressing case and the initials engraved on it. Since the initials were engraved on it shortly before the murder and fell off during the murder, only the killer and victim could have known about them. Jack is promptly arrested.

Episode 35 - Dip in the pool


Keenan Wynn ... William Botibol
Fay Wray ... Mrs. Renshaw
Philip Bourneuf ... Mr. Renshaw
Louise Platt ... Ethel Botibol
Doreen Lang ... Emily

Description: William Botibol is a compulsive gambler. While on a cruise he enters a betting pool to guess the number of miles the ship will travel in the course of twenty four hours. William gains some inside information when he learns that the ships is going to slow down to avoid an upcoming storm. Unfortunately the storm passes and the ship continues to speed on its course. He decides to force the ship to slow down by throwing himself overboard. He figures that when word gets out of someone going overboard the ship will slow down to get him. He picks out a witness and jumps overboard. The witness doesn't say a word. She's mentally ill and does not alert anyone to Williams plight.

Episode 36 - The safe place


Robert H. Harris ... George C. Piper
Joanne Linville ... Millie Manners
Phillip Pine ... Victor Manett
Jerry Paris ... Fred Piper

Description: George Piper is a bank teller and gambler. One day, a gambler named Victor arrives at the bank and makes a large withdrawal. Later, George visits Victor and kills him. He takes Victor's money and hides it in a secret place in his teller's cash drawer at the bank. The police question George, but clear him of any wrongdoing. George's boss, however, fires him. He demands the key to the crash drawer where George hid the money in order to give it to George's replacement.

Episode 37 - The canary Sedan


Jessica Tandy ... Laura Bowlby
Murray Matheson ... James St. George Bernard Bowlby
Gavin Muir ... Thompson

Description: Laura Bowlby is a psychic who wants to visit her husband in Hong Kong. She is picked up by a chauffeur in a black sedan. Laura Bowlby says she does not like the color and would prefer a canary yellow one instead. This remark shocks the driver since the car was once canary yellow before a recent paint job. Inside the car, Laura begins to hear a woman's voice. The voice tells Laura about a passionate affair. Laura longs for such passion in her life because her husband James is quite unromantic and cold. After some research, Laura find the grave of the woman who has been talking to her. She looks at the gravestone and is unpleasantly surprised to see the initials of the dead woman and the initials of her own husband, James.

Episode 38 - The impromptu murder


Hume Cronyn ... Henry Daw
Robert Douglas ... Inspector Charles Tarrant
Doris Lloyd ... Miss Wilkinson

Description: A woman who once accused Henry Dow of a crime enters the town and he invites her to stay with him and his sister. She tells Henry that she is carrying a large amount of money since she is planning an investment. Henry kills her for the money and dumps her body into the river. Henry then attends a dedication ceremony held on a bridge overlooking the river. When a body floats by, Henry is asked to identify it as the missing Miss Wilkinson. Without really looking at the body, he says it isn't her. A police detective asks Henry's sister to identify the body. Before she can have a look Henry confesses to the murder. Unfortunately for him, the body wasn't Miss Wilkinson's at all. It was someone else.

Episode 39 - Little white frock


Herbert Marshall ... Colin Brackner
Julie Adams ... Carol Longsworth
Tom Helmore ... Adam Longsworth
Jacqueline Mayo ... Lila Gordon
Roy Dean ... Terry O'Bain

Description: Colin Brackner is an elderly actor who invites a playwright Adam Longsworth and his wife over to dinner. During dinner Colin talks about a long lost love. The tale deeply effects both Adam and his wife practically reducing them to tears. Colin reveals that the tale is a deception. Recognizing the talent needed to pull off such a deception, Adam invites Colin to be part of his new production.

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We're no angels (1955) - Christmas movie with Humphrey Bogart, Peter Ustinov, Basil Rathbone and Joan Bennett

Rating 7.3/10
Runtime: 105 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Michael Curtiz
IMDb Link: http://imdb.com/title/tt0048801/


Humphrey Bogart ... Joseph
Aldo Ray ... Albert
Peter Ustinov ... Jules
Joan Bennett ... Amelie Ducotel
Basil Rathbone ... Andre Trochard
Leo G. Carroll ... Felix Ducotel
John Baer ... Paul Trochard
Gloria Talbott ... Isabelle Ducotel

Description: At Christmas, three prisoners - Joseph, Albert and Jules - escape from Devil Island to a French small coastal town. They decide to rob a store, to get some money and clothes and travel by ship to another place. They pretend to be there to fix the roof, but pretty soon they realize that the financial condition of the family Ducotel is not good. Andre Tochard, the selfish and mean owner of the establishment, exploits the family Ducotel. The three convicts spend Christmas night with the Ducotels and are so well treated by the family that they decide to help them. Their pet will help them to fix the situation.



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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Season 3, episodes 1-19

These are previously posted episodes of third season of Alfred Hitchcock Presents show, that were deleted and now got re-uploaded. Several posts were merged into one bigger containing episodes 1-19, the rest of Season three will be posted soon. English subtitles included.

Episode 1 - The glass eye


Jessica Tandy ... Julia Lester
Tom Conway ... Max Collodi
Rosemary Harris ... Dorothy
William Shatner ... Jim Whitely

Description: hile cleaning out the apartment of his dead sister Julia, Jim Whitely comes across a strange glass eye and tells to his wife the story of how his sister acquired it. Julia had fallen in love with a famous ventriloquist named Max Collodi. She had been to all his performances and had sent letters requesting to meet him. One day, Max agreed to meet her. She arrived to his hotel room and found him sitting in darkness with his small dummy George. As they talked, Julia tried to touch Max. She screamed as his body fell to the floor and one of his glass eyes fell rolling on the carpet. George stood up and angrily asked her to leave. It was Max who was the dummy and George was the ventriloquist.

Episode 2 - Mail order prophet


E.G. Marshall ... Ronald J. Grimes
Jack Klugman ... George Benedict
Judson Pratt ... Postmaster
Barbara Townsend ... Secretary
Ken Christy ... Boss

Description: One day, Ronald Grimes receives a letter from a Mr. Christianai who says he can predict the future. The letter correctly predicts the outcome of an upcoming election. More letters follow and through gambling, Grimes acquires a large amount of money. A final letter from Christianai asks for a contribution. Grimes gives it quite willingly. Later Grimes finds out that Christiani was a fraud. He was really a con man who sent out thousands of letters half of them predicting one kind of outcome, and the other half predicting another. Grimes was luck: he got the right predictions time after time.

Episode 3 - The perfect crime


Vincent Price ... Charles Courtney
James Gregory ... John Gregory
Gavin Gordon ... Ernest West
Marianne Stewart ... Alice West

Description: An arrogant detective, Charles Courtney, prides himself on never having committed a single mistake in his long and distinguished career. He keeps a shelf of labeled mementos from each of his cases. On the shelf there is an open space and a blank tag for what Courtney calls "The Perfect Crime". One day a defense lawyer stuns Courtney when he confronts him with evidence that the detective helped convict an innocent man who has since been executed. Courtney kills the lawyer, bakes him in a pottery kiln, and places the vase in the open space on his shelf as a memento to his perfect crime.

Episode 4 - Heart of gold


Mildred Dunnock ... Martha Collins
Darryl Hickman ... Jackie Blake
Nehemiah Persoff ... Ralph Collins
Ed Binns ... Mr. Brown

Description: Jackie Blake is released from prison after serving time for a bank robbery. A friend from prison arranges for Jackie to stay with his mother. Jackie does this and is accepted into the convict's family. Gradually, his attitude toward life changes. He gets a job and is quite content. Later, he learns that the family's hospitality was merely a front and that they took him in only to find out where he hid the stolen money from his bank job.

Episode 5 - Silent witness


Don Taylor ... Prof. Donald Mason
Dolores Hart ... Claudia Powell
Patricia Hitchcock ... Nancy Mason
Harry Bellaver ... Police Sgt. Waggoner

Description: Donald Mason is a married professor who wants to end a romance with one of his students. He stops by while she is babysitting. He tries to end the relationship, but she threatens to expose him. He kills her and leaves a witness: the screaming baby she was watching. Later, Mason runs into the infant in a carriage on the street. At the sight of him the baby screams and cries. Haunted by the child's screams, Mason gives himself up. Later, however, he discovers that the baby has only been around women his entire life. It screams whenever any man comes near.

Episode 6 - Reward to finder


Jo Van Fleet ... Anna Kaminsky
Oskar Homolka ... Carl Kaminsky
Claude Akins ... Cop

Description: Carl Kaminsky finds a wallet containing a lot of money. He sees an ad in the paper asking for its return. His wife tells him to give the wallet back, but Carl lies to her and tells her he already did so. When she sees the ad again, she realizes he kept the cash for himself. She gives him a choice: either let her shop at an expensive store or she'll call the police. John opts for the former. When she goes on a buying spree, however, he realizes there is not enough to share. His wife comes to the same conclusion.

Episode 7 - Enough rope for two


Jean Hagen ... Madge Griffin
Steven Hill ... Joe Kedzie
Steve Brodie ... Maxie

Description: Joe Kedzie is released from prison after committing a robbery. Only Joe knows where the money is hidden: at the bottom of a mine shaft out in the desert. Maxie and Madge find Joe when he goes to retrieve the money. He agrees to cut them in. Maxie gets greedy and Joe shoots him. Unfortunately, he also puts a hole in their only canteen. Joe lowers himself down the mineshaft with a rope to retrieve the money. He ties the money to the rope and sends it up. When he tries to climb out, Madge cuts the rope and he falls and breaks his leg. Madge tries to get away, but discovers that Joe has the keys to the truck.

Episode 8 - Last request


Harry Guardino ... Gerald 'Gerry' Daniels
Cara Williams ... Mona Carstairs
Hugh Marlowe ... District Attorney Bernard Butler
Karin Booth ... Sheila Raymond

Description: Gerald Daniels is granted a last request on the eve of his execution. He asks for a typewriter. He writes a letter to a newspaper that recounts his criminal career. In the letter he explains how he once murdered a waitress who was trying to blackmail him, how the D.A. convicted her ex-husband of the crime, and how the man had been executed. He writes that he, now, is in the same position: he is going to be executed for a crime he did not commit. Before his death, he wants to testify that the D.A. is not only a sloppy prosecutor, but also a murderer.

Episode 9 - The young one


Carol Lynley ... Janice
Vince Edwards ... Tex
Stephen Joyce ... Stan
Jeanette Nolan ... Aunt Mae
Rusty Lane ... Sheriff Matt

Description: Janice is a beautiful 17 year old who longs to be free from the influence of her guardian Aunt May. She also wants to get out of the small town she's in. She asks her boyfriend Stan to marry her so that they can run away. Since he doesn't have a job, he keeps putting of the marriage. Janice do something herself. She meets a man named Tex and lures him home for a drink. When she hears a car outside she starts fighting with Tex. She rips her clothes and knocks over furniture. A policeman who sees Janice with Tex enters the house. Upon entering the house, he discovers Aunt May's body. Janice tells the policeman that Tex killed her. The policeman accepts the girl's story. Then, however, Stan arrives. Having gotten a job he had come by the house to take Janice away. He found Aunt May's body lying in the spot where Janice left it after pushing her down the stairs.

Episode 10 - The diplomatic corpse


Peter Lorre ... Tomas Salgado
George Peppard ... Evan Wallace
Mary Scott ... Janet Wallace
Isobel Elsom ... Mrs. Tait, Janet's Aunt
John Verros ... Police Chief Miguel Herrera

Description: Evan Wallace and his wife Janet take Janet's wealthy mother on an sightseeing trip to Mexico. Janet's Mother suddenly dies in the back seat of their car. They cover the body and stop at a café for a soothing drink. When they return, they discover that the car has been stolen. Since they need the body to claim their inheritance, they hire a detective. The detective eventually finds the body at a funeral home. He says he will ship the body to Los Angeles for a small "fee". The Wallac'es agree and pay him. Upon arriving in Los Angeles, a doctor pronounces the body dead but he notes that the body is not that of a woman, but an old Mexican Man.

Episode 11 - The deadly


Phyllis Thaxter ... Margot Brenner
Lee Philips ... Jack Staley
Craig Stevens ... Lewis Brenner
Frank Gerstle ... Police Sgt. Thompson

Description: A plumber is blackmailing several suburban housewives. When he confronts his latest victim, Margot Brenner, he runs into a dead end. She catches onto his scam and uses his own method to bring him to down.

Episode 12 - Miss Paisley`s cat


Dorothy Stickney ... Emma Paisley
Raymond Bailey ... Inspector Graun
Harry Tyler ... Bob Jenkins
Fred Graham ... Rinditch

Description: Miss Paisley adopts a stray cat. She names him Stanley. Stanley sneaks into the room of the violent tempered Mr. Rinditch. He tells Miss Paisley to keep the cat out of his room, but she fails. The cat sneaks into his apartment and Rinditch kills it. When Miss Paisley finds out, she grabs a knife to kill Rinditch, but she has second thoughts. She sits down and falls asleep. In the morning she wakes up wearing different clothes. The knife is also missing. She discovers that Rinditch has been stabbed to death and that a janitor has been charged with the crime. She is convinced she is the murderer but the police don't believe her. The janitor is later convicted and executed. Miss Paisley then discovers Stanley's collar. She remembers the murder. She did kill Rinditch and threw her bloodstained clothes and knife into a river. She now does the same thing with Stanley's collar so that no one can trace the crime to her.

Episode 13 - Night of the execution


Pat Hingle ... Warren Selvy
Georgann Johnson ... Doreen Selvy
Russell Collins ... Ed Barnes
Harry Jackson ... Hank Vance
Vinton Haworth ... Sidney

Description: D.A. Warren Selvy learns that he's on bad political ground because of his low conviction rate. He decides to vigorously prosecute a man named Rodman. He wins the murder case and Rodman is sentenced to die. After the sentence, however, Selvey meets a man named Barnes who claims to have committed the crimes. Selvey is now being considered a candidate for Congress. Fearing the repercussions of having convicted an innocent man, Selvey frightens Barnes into silence. The night Rodman is to be executed, Barnes shows up and urges Selvey to call the governor. Selvey refuses and in an ensuing struggle Barnes is killed. Selvey's political ambitions are ruined. Days later Selvey learns that Barnes was a fake. He was a crazy retired judge who would study the evidence of a case and then confess to the crime.

Episode 14 - The percentage


Alex Nicol ... Eddie Slovak
Nita Talbot ... Louise Williams
Don Keefer ... Pete Williams
Carole Mathews ... Faye Slovak
Walter Woolf King ... Mob Boss

Description: Eddie Slovak meets an old Army buddy named Pete who once saved his life. He intends to repay his friend. He offers him money for a business, but Peter refuses. Eddie tries to talk to Pete's wife Louise. Louise falls for Eddie and the two become romantically involved. Eddie eventually kills her. Later he explains to Pete that he did him a favor since she was cheating on him. Pete calls the police and Eddie is arrested. Pete goes to see Eddie's girlfriend and explains that their plan worked. Louise is dead and Eddie is out of the way. Now, the two of them can be together.

Episode 15 - Together


Joseph Cotten ... Tony Gould
Christine White ... Shelley
Sam Buffington ... Charlie
Gordon Wynn ... Mr. Courtney

Description: At an officer Christmas party Shelley calls Tony and tells him he must get a divorce and marry her. She threatens to tell his wife about her if he doesn't. After the party, Tony comes to Shelley's office. When she threatens him again, he stabs her. He tries to leave the office but discovers that the door is locked. He finds the keys but uses the wrong one and jams the door. He tries other ways, but they all fail. Eventually he hears some carolers outside on the streets below. He writes a note and using the keys to weigh it down, he drops it out a window. The keys prove too heavy and the note sinks into the snow.

Episode 16 - Sylvia


Ann Todd ... Sylvia Leeds Kent
John McIntire ... John Leeds
Phillip Reed ... Peter Kent
Raymond Bailey ... Doctor Jason
Edit Angold ... Bertha

Description: Sylvia is a young woman who is contemplating suicide. Her ex-husband Peter married her for money. When her father discovered this, he forced him to divorce her. Sylvia is in touch with Peter and wants him back. Peter calls her father and tells him that he will stay out of her life for a price. Sylvia's father tells her about his blackmail scheme. She tells him that she bought a gun to use on Peter if they did not get back together. She goes to her room alone and his followed by her father who fears she might kill herself. When he comes in, she shoots him saying that he never let her live her own life.

Episode 17 - The motive


Skip Homeier ... Tommy Greer
William Redfield ... Richard
Carl Betz ... Jerome Stanton

Description: Tommy Greer is a crime buff who decides to commit a motiveless murder in order to confuse the police. He selects his victim from a phone book at random. He tracks him down and kills him but his "perfect crime" is unraveled by modern crime-fighting techniques.

Episode 18 - Miss Bracegirdle does her duty


Mildred Natwick ... Millicent Bracegirdle
Gavin Muir ... Dean Septimus Bracegirdle
Tita Purdom ... Maude
Vera Denham ... Mrs. Crump

Description: Millicent Bracegirdle is a sheltered old woman who decides to go to Paris. Her visit does not turn out well when she accidentally enters the wrong hotel room and gets locked inside with a notorious murderer.

Episode 19 - The equalizer


Leif Erickson ... Wayne Phillips
Martin Balsam ... Eldon Marsh
Norma Crane ... Louise Marsh
Dudley Manlove ... Harris

Description: Eldon Marsh is a physically weak man whose wife is stolen by a much larger man, named Wayne Phillips. He sets about a revenge that results in a rooftop confrontation with Wayne. The match seems uneven, but Eldon has an equalizer: a gun.

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Alfred Hitchcock Presents – Season 2, episodes 20-39

Here comes another repost of second season of Alfred Hitchcock Presents show, several posts were merged into one bigger containing all remaining episodes (20-39). English subtitles included.

Episode 20 - Malice domestic


Ralph Meeker ... Carl Borden
Phyllis Thaxter ... Annette Borden
Ralph Clanton ... Perry
Vinton Haworth ... Dr. Ralph Wingate
Lili Kardell ... Lorna Jenkins

Description: After Carl Borden sees a doctor, he discovers traces of arsenic in his body. Carl begins to suspects his wife Annette. After Annette drinks a cup of coffee and dies, the doctor informs Carl that she too has arsenic in her system. She must have poisoned herself by mistake. Later, Carl goes to San Francisco with his girlfriend. He reveals to her how close he came to dying while preparing for his wife's murder.

Episode 21 - Number twenty-two


Russell Collins ... Skinner #21
Rip Torn ... Steve Morgan #22
Ray Teal ... Chief of Detectives

Description: Steve Morgan robs a candy store. He punches the owner in the process. He is soon arrested and is surprised by all the attention he is getting for such a minor crime. He is later shocked to discover that the candy store owner died and that he is not being held for petty theft, but for murder.

Episode 22 - The end of Indian summer


Steve Forrest ... Joe Rogers
Gladys Cooper ... Marguerite Gillispie
James Gleason ... Howard Fieldstone
Kathleen Maguire ... Mrs. Rogers
Philip Coolidge ... Henderson

Description: Joe Rogers goes undercover in order to expose a murderer named Mrs. Gillespie. He believes that she has been killing her husbands for insurance money. He discovers that Mrs. Gillespie has a fiancé and plans to marry again. He also discovers that she has taken out a large insurance policy on him. Later, Mrs. Gillespie runs off on another honeymoon. Joe meets another man who happens to be investigating Mrs. Gillespie's fiancé. Apparantly, he has had four previous wives, each of whom died under mysterious circumstances.

Episode 23 - One for the road


John Baragrey ... Charles Hendricks
Georgann Johnson ... Beryl Abbott
Louise Platt ... Marsha Hendricks
Mickey Kuhn ... Ellerbee

Description: Marcia Hendrix finds out that her husband Charles has been cheating on her with a woman named Beryl Abbott. She tries to poison Beryl by putting poison in her sugar bowl. When she goes home she discovers that her husband has gone to Beryl. Not wanting to kill him, she goes to Beryl and tells her of the poison. Beryl says that Charles has already taken the poison. Marcia leaves to find Charles and get him to a doctor. Charles comes in from another room. Not knowing the murder plot but knowing that his wife knows about Beryl, Charles decides to end the affair. Before leaving Beryl asks him to have some coffee for the road, knowing that Charles always takes two spoons of sugar in his coffee. He accepts her "hospitality" and helps himself to some sugar.

Episode 24 - The cream of the jest


Claude Rains ... Charles Gresham
James Gregory ... Wayne Campbell
Paul Picerni ... Mick
Joan Banks ... Lee
Johnny Silver ... Jerry the Bartender

Description: Charles Gresham is an unemployed actor in need of money. He learns that a producer, Wayne Campbell, is involved in a new play. When Campbell does not give him a part, Gresham blackmails him. Campbell gives him money and even a part in the play as a blackmailer. In order to get the part, Campbell tells Gresham that he must audition for an important backer named Nick Roper. Gresham goes to Roper and delivers his lines. He is shot dead. Roper was a gangster who had nothing to do with the play and thought Gresham was trying to blackmail him.

Episodes 25,26,27 - I killed the Count: Parts 1,2,3


John Williams ... Inspector Davidson
Rosemary Harris ... Countess Helen Martoni
Alan Napier ... Lord Sorrington
Charles Cooper ... Bernard K. Froy
Melville Cooper ... Mullet
Charles Davis ... Raines
Patricia Hitchcock ... Polly Stephens
Anthony Dawson ... Count Mattoni
Roxanne Arlen ... Miss LaLune
George Pelling ... Clifton
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Mr. Moen
Jered Barclay ... Johnson

Description: Count Mattoni is brutally murdered and Scotland Yard Inspector Davidson must wade through a myriad of suspects. He discovers that each not only appears guilty, but also that many readily admit to having committed the crime. Eventually, inspector discovers who killed Count Mattoni, but due to a legal loophole, the killer cannot be tried.

Episode 28 - One more mile to go


David Wayne ... Sam Jacoby
Steve Brodie ... Motorcycle Cop
Louise Larabee ... Mrs. Jacoby, the Wife
Norman Leavitt ... Ed, the Gas Station Attendant

Description: Sam Jacoby accidentally kills his nagging wife. He decides to get rid of the body by dumping it in a lake. He puts the body in the trunk of his car and takes off. A motorcycle policeman repeatedly stops him for a burned out tail light. Eventually, the policeman tells him to follow him to the station where a police mechanic will open the trunk and change the bulb.

Episode 29 - Vicious circle


Dick York ... Manny Coe
Kathleen Maguire ... Betty
George Macready ... Mr. Vincent Williams
Kathleen Hughes ... Ann Nash
Russell Johnson ... Turk

Description: Manny Cole is a hit-man for Mr. Williams. He kills a man for messing up a jewel robbery. When she finds out about the murder, Manny's girlfriend accuses him of murder. She threatens to go to the police. Mr. Williams orders her killed. Manny tries to do this, but she is later accidentally killed. Manny is rewarded by Mr. Williams. He becomes his right hand man, until he is killed by another hit-man sent to Mr. Williams.

Episode 30 - The three dreams of Mr. Findlater


John Williams ... Ernest Findlater
Barbara Baxley ... Lalage
Isobel Elsom ... Minnie Findlater
Walter Kingsford ... Dr. Manley

Description: Ernest Findlater dreams about a South Sea island and a girl he meets there named Lalage. Lalage develops a scheme to help Findlater kill his real life wife. On the night of the planned murder, Findlater discovers that his wife is already dead. She died of natural causes.

Episode 31 - The night the world ended


Russell Collins ... Johnny
Harold J. Stone ... Mr. Halloran
Edith Barrett ... Felicia Green
Robert Ross ... Ned

Description: Halloran plays a practical joke on a man named Johnny. He shows him a fake newspaper with a headline reading "World to End Tonight --- 11:45 P.M." Johnny believes the headline and decides to live it up. He gets into trouble and shoots someone. A few minutes before 11:45 he sees the real headline and realizes that he has been tricked. Johnny finds Halloran and shoots him. The reporter dies at 11:45.

Episode 32 - The hands of Mr. Ottermole


Theodore Bikel ... Mr. Ottermole
Rhys Williams ... Mr. Summers
Torin Thatcher ... Constable Johnson
Charles Davis ... Reporter
John Trayne ... Policeman Peterson

Description: A murderer has been strangling people in the London fog. A reporter manages to continually make it to the crime scene before the police. Later, the annoying reporter discovers that the strangler is a policeman. He finds out too late and is killed by the policeman because "Ideas came into his hands".

Episode 33 - A man greatly beloved


Cedric Hardwicke ... John Anderson
Evelyn Rudie ... Hildegard Fell
Hugh Marlowe ... Rev. Richard Fell
Robert Culp ... Clarence
Rebecca Welles ... Mrs. Fell

Description: John Anderson is believed to be a famous judge from Boston who is now retired. Townspeople come to trust him greatly. When he dies, everyone in the town feels the loss. Later it is discovered that Anderson's real name is John Louton. He was really a convicted strangler who the real Judge Anderson had sentenced years before.

Episode 34 - Martha Mason, movie star


Judith Evelyn ... Mabel McKay
Robert Emhardt ... Henry McKay
Vinton Haworth ... Mr. Abernathy
Rusty Lane ... Police Detective
Karen Norris ... Cora

Description: Plain, dull, middle-aged Mabe McKay deludes herself into believing that she bears a striking resemblance to glamorous movie star Martha Mason. The indolent Mabel suddenly conks her solid, devoted husband with a hammer, and buries him in their garden which he tended with care. Mabel covers up the murder, but will people believe the note she fakes that her equally dull husband felt he was totally unworthy of her magnificence, so he impulsively ran off with a lesser woman?

Episode 35 - The West Warlock time capsule


Henry Jones ... George Tiffany
Mildred Dunnock ... Louise Tiffany
Sam Buffington ... Waldren
Bobby Clark ... Charles

Description: George Tiffant is hired to stuff Napoleon, a town's animal mascot. Napoleon is to be put on display in a glass case in the town square next to a time capsule, to be opened in 100 years. George's brother Waldron visits and is so demanding that George kills him. George places the body in the time capsule.

Episode 36 - Father and son


Edmund Gwenn ... Joe Saunders
Charles Davis ... Sam Saunders
Frederick Worlock ... Gus Harrison
Pamela Light ... Mae
George Pelling ... Mr. Schiller

Description: In 1912, Sam Saunders is an ungrateful son who constantly demands help from his father Joe, a London pawnshop owner. One day, Gus Harrison asks Joe for help since he is wanted by the police for a crime he didn't commit. Joe helps Gus, but when Sam finds out he decides to turn him in for the reward money. Mae, Sam's girlfriend, finds out and tells Joe who helps Gus escape. The police fail to get their man, but Sam still demands the reward. The police reluctantly give it to him. As he leaves, he trips. His selfless father immediately runs to his aid.

Episode 37 - The indestructible Mr. Weems


Robert Middleton ... Cato Stone
Joe Mantell ... Harry Brown
Russell Collins ... Clarence Weems
Don Keefer ... Mr. Brodheit
Harry Bellaver ... Bronsky

Description: Mr. Weems is supposedly near death. Some of his lodge brothers have invested in a cemetery and are in needs of customers. They make a bargain with Weems. They will pay Weems fifty dollars a week for the rest of his, presumably, short life if he agrees to buy the first plot. They hope that others following Mr. Weems's lead will also buy plots. Unfortunately, the men discover that Weems is a bit more resilient than any of them thought.

Episode 38 - A little sleep


Barbara Cook ... Barbie Hallem
Vic Morrow ... Benny Mungo
Jack Mullaney ... Diner Customer
Robert Karnes ... Ed Mungo
John Carlyle ... Chris Kymer

Description: Barbie Hallem drives up to her uncle's cabin. She stops at Ed Mungo's café. She learns that Ed's brother, Bennie, is wanted by the police for having murdered his girlfriend. When she gets to the cabin, she finds Bennie hiding there. Bennie tells her that Ed is the murderer. Ed arrives later, but is killed by Bennie in a struggle. Barbie and Bennie drive off. Barbie confesses that she had gone to the cabin to get away from her boring boyfriend. Bennies says his girlfriend felt the same way about him and that's why he killed her. He then moves to strangle Barbie.

Episode 39 - The dangerous people


Albert Salmi ... Jones
Robert H. Harris ... Bellefontaine
Ken Clark ... Policeman
Harry Tyler ... Ticket Agent

Description: Mr. Jones and Mr. Bellefontaine waits for a train at a train station. Both of them have heard that a dangerous lunatic has escaped from a local asylum and each suspects the other of being the lunatic in disguise. They grow more paranoid and worried. A policeman arrives and both try to convince him that the other is the lunatic. The policeman says that the madman has just killed a policeman and has stolen his uniform. Jones and Bellefontaine realize the policeman is really the lunatic in. They subdue him and get the real police.

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Alfred Hitchcock Presents – Season 2, episodes 1-19

These are previously posted episodes of second season of Alfred Hitchcock Presents show, that were deleted and now got re-uploaded. Several posts were merged into one bigger containing episodes 1-19, the rest of Season two will be posted soon. English subtitles included.

Episode 1 - Wet Saturday


Cedric Hardwicke ... Mr. Princey
John Williams ... Capt. Smollet
Tita Purdom ... Millicent 'Millie' Princey
Kathryn Givney ... Mrs. Princey

Description: Mr. Princey is the father of a girl who has just killed her schoolmaster with a croquet mallet. Princey tries to find a way to protect the family name and prevent his daughter from being charged. Princey located a man who would be a perfect scapegoat, Smollet. Princy takes Smollet to the schoolmasters body and draws a gun on him. He gives him two choices: go along with Princey's scheme that makes it look like he committed the murder or be shot on the spot. Smollet chooses the former. Princey makes it look like Smollet committed the crime. He then tells him to keep his mouth shut. Smollet leaves and Princey calls the police. He reports that a murder has just taken place.

Episode 2 - Fog closing in


Phyllis Thaxter ... Mary Summers
Paul Langton ... Arthur Summers
George Grizzard ... Ted Lambert
Carol Veazie ... Mrs. Connolly

Description: Mary Summers does not want to stay alone at home when her husband Arthur goes away on business. She asks that her family be allowed to stay with her. Arthur refuses her request. While Arthur is away an escaped mental patient breaks into the house. Surprisingly, the mental patient gets along with Mary. She is not afraid of him. She tells him about a dream she has had where someone follows her up the stairs. When the police arrive, the mental patient makes an escape. After the the police leave, Mary hears someone coming up the stairs just like in her dream. She find's Arthur's pistol as the door opens. At the door is Arthur. He came home early when he heard about the escape at the asylum. Even though she knows its him, Mary shoots him. She then calls her family and tells them she is coming home.

Episode 3 - De Mortuis


Robert Emhardt ... Professor Rankin
Cara Williams ... Irene Rankin
Henry Jones ... Wally Long
Philip Coolidge ... Bud

Description: Clarence Rankin's promiscuous wife Irene cheats on him constantly. Sadly, he knows nothing about it. One day, two of Clarence's friends stop by his house. They see him filling a large hole in his basement with cement. Since they don't see Irene, they believe that Clarence has found out about her cheating and killed her. Instead of going to the police, they talk to Clarence. They tell him that, given her cheating, his actions were probably justified. Clarence denies everything and says that his wife is on a trip. His friends leave after saying they will keep quiet. Later, Irene returns. Now knowing the truth, Clarence asks her to come down to the basement.

Episode 4 - Kill with kindness


Hume Cronyn ... Fitzhugh Oldham
Carmen Mathews ... Katherine Oldham
James Gleason ... Mr. Jorgy
Margie Liszt ... Neighbor

Description: Hoping to pull off an insurance scam, Fritz Oldman and his sister Katherine decide to torch his house and fake Fritz's death. In order to pull off the scam, they need a body. They find a prospective corpse in a bum named Jorgy. Their plan is to knock him out and and place Fritz's ring around his finger. They will then set fire to the house. All goes according to plan until they need the ring. Unfortunately Fritz cannot get it off his finger. Since they already set the fire, they decide to wake up Jorgy and escort him out of the blazing house. People who witness the "rescue" praise Fritz for saving the old man from the fire.

Episode 5 - None are so blind


Hurd Hatfield ... Seymour Johnston
Mildred Dunnock ... Aunt Muriel
K.T. Stevens ... Liza
Rusty Lane ... Police Detective

Description: Seymour Johnson disguises himself as another person in order to kill his wealthy aunt. When is is questioned by police, he realizes he overlooked a detail about his disguise.

Episode 6 - Toby


Jessica Tandy ... Edwina Freed
Robert H. Harris ... Albert Birch
George Mathews ... Mr. McKirk
Mary Wickes ... Mrs. Foster
Ellen Corby ... Mrs. McKirk

Description: Albert Birch's childhood sweetheart Edwina Freel gets in touch with him and, surprisingly, agrees to marry him. She arrives with her sickly baby named Toby. She tells Albert that the baby is her dead sisters's. Edwina turns out be rather reclusive. She does not permit Albert come anywhere near Toby. Later, two men arrive and take Edwina back to the asylum from which she escaped. As she is being taken away she pleads to Albert to take care of Toby. He goes to Toby's room and finds a cat. On his collar is the name "Toby"

Episode 7 - Alibi me


Lee Philips ... Georgie Minnelli
Chick Chandler ... Lucky Moore
Harvey Stephens ... Lt. Larkin
Argentina Brunetti ... Mrs. Salvatori
Lee Erikson ... Messenger Boy

Description: Georgie and Lucky are rival gangsters who know that if one of them is killed, the other would be the police's prime suspect. One day, Lucky insults Georgie and is shot dead. Georgie then goes looking for someone to give him an alibi. After many failures, he finally convinces his landlady. He instructs her to tell the police that he was home all day. When a detective shows up, the landlady gives the alibi. A delivery boy then arrives. He carries a package for Georgie from Lucky. The boy asks for a tip and Georgie refuses. The delivery boy calls Georgie cheap and reveals that he tried to deliver the package five times that day. The detective overhears the boy statement and arrests Georgie.

Episode 8 - Conversation over a corpse


Dorothy Stickney ... Cissie Enright
Carmen Mathews ... Joanna Enright
Ray Collins ... Mr. Brenner

Description: Mr. Brenner makes a down payment on a house. The house's owners, Cissie and Johanna Enright say that they don't want to sell. He threatens them with a lawsuit, but is poisoned. He collapses and the sisters discuss what they should do. Joanna wants to finish him off more poison while Cissie prefers a gun. Brenner revives and pitches on sister against the other. He gets the gun from Cissie and shoots Johanna. Cissie gives Brenner more poison whilst he phones the police, telling them that Johanna poisoned him and that he shot her. Finally, the poison kills him and the house is all hers

Episode 9 - Crack of doom


Robert Horton ... Mason Bridges
Robert Middleton ... Sam Klinker
Gail Kobe ... Jessie Bridges
Dayton Lummis ... Tom Ackley

Description: Mason Bridges plays poker with one of his company's wealthy clients. He gambles everything he has and everything his company owns on one single game.

Episode 10 - Jonathan


Georgann Johnson ... Rosie Dalliford
Corey Allen ... Gil Dalliford
Douglas Kennedy ... Jonathan Dalliford
Walter Kingsford ... Doctor

Description: Jonathan Dalliford's son is resentful of his new wife. When Jonathan dies of poison, he accuses his stepmother. Later, however, it is revealed that Gil tried to poison his stepmother, but ended up killing his father by mistake.

Episode 11 - The better bargain


Robert Middleton ... Louis Koster
Henry Silva ... Harry Silver
Don Hanmer ... Cutter, the Detective
Kathleen Hughes ... Marian Koster
Jack Lambert ... Baldy

Description: Mobster Louis "The King" Koster believes that his wife and sole heir is unfaithful. He hires a hit man to kill her for twenty thousand dollars. The hit-man agrees, but he then shoots Koster dead. The hit-man was Marian's lover. Since she will inherit everything, the hit-man decided to go with the better bargain.

Episode 12 - The rose garden


John Williams ... Alexander Vinton
Patricia Collinge ... Julia Pickering
Evelyn Varden ... Mrs. Cordelia Welles
Ralph Peters ... Cab Driver Barney

Description: Alexander Vinton is a publisher who receives a murder mystery from a woman named Julia Picker. Alexander is disturbed by the books feeling of authenticity. He visits Julia and comes to believe that her tale of a murdered husband buried in a rose garden is true. Julia's sister convinces him that it isn't and proceeds to talk him into not to publishing the book. After he leaves, Julia confronts her sister and reveals that it was Cordelia that murdered her husband.

Episode 13 - Mr. Blanchard's secret


Robert Horton ... John Fenton
Meg Mundy ... Mrs. Blanchard
Mary Scott ... Babs Fenton
Dayton Lummis ... Charles Blanchard
Eloise Hardt ... Maid

Description: Babs Fenton has an overactive imagination. She believes that her new neighbor Charles Blanchard has killed his wife. Later, Mrs. Blanchard shows up at her door and introduces herself. That night, however, Babs sees Charles Blanchard carrying something from the house. Babs again becomes convinced that Mrs. Blanchard has been murdered. Again, however, she is proved wrong when Mrs. Blanchard shows up at her door. Mrs. Blanchard informs Babs that Charles has taken some belongings and left because of a fight. Mrs. Blanchard then leaves. Babs notices that a lighter is missing and comes up with a theory that Mrs. Blanchard is a kleptomaniac. Later, this theory proves wrong as well when Mrs. Blanchard shows up and announces a reconciliation with her husband. She also returns the lighter, saying that her husband fixed it.

Episode 14 - John Brown's body


Russell Collins ... John Brown
Leora Dana ... Vera Brown
Walter Kingsford ... Dr. Helck
Norman Leavitt ... Accountant
Hugh Marlowe ... Harold Skinner

Description: John Brown is committed to an institution by his wife Vera and his business partner Harold. Both believe that John's furniture designs are destroying his business. Their plot works, but after John is committed the business begins to lose money. The two decide to get John back. John, however, likes the institution he is staying in and manages to convince the doctors he is insane.

Episode 15 - Crackpot


Biff McGuire ... Ray Loomis
Robert Emhardt ... Moon
Mary Scott ... Meg Loomis
Michael Fox ... Carpenter
Phil Garris ... Bellhop
Raymond Guth ... Room Clerk

Description: On their way to a hotel, two newlyweds have car trouble. Mr. Moon stops to help them, but ruins his suit in the process. He becomes enraged and threatens them. They manage to get away. The check into their hotel, but discover that Mr. Moon is staying in the room right next to them.

Episode 16 - Nightmare in 4-D


Henry Jones ... Harry Parker
Barbara Baxley ... Miss Elliott
Norman Lloyd ... Lieutenant Orsatti
Virginia Gregg ... Norma Parker

Description: Harry Parker and his wife Norma live in apartment 4-D. Their next door neighbor is an actress named Lainie. One day, she knocks on the Parker's door and asks for help. Lainie needs someone to get rid of the body of Bill Nelson. He was shot through a window in her apartment and now lays there dead. Lainie wants Harry to move the body downstairs to the basement. She fears bad publicity. When Harry wakes up the next day, the thinks it was all a bad dream. When he goes to the basement he finds the police. Later, Harry's wife admits to having an affair with Bill. When the police learn of this, Harry becomes the chief suspect in Bill's murder.

Episode 17 - My brother, Richard


Royal Dano ... Martin Ross
Inger Stevens ... Laura Ross
Harry Townes ... Richard Ross
Ray Teal ... Sheriff Briggs
Robert Ellis ... Tommy Kopeck
Lisa Golm ... Mrs. Kopek

Description: Martin Ross is a district attorney running for governor. His brother Richard murders his opponent in the race. Martin and his wife Laura confront Richard, but Richard pulls a gun on them and holds the captive. The next day, Martin gets a call from the sheriff: they are holding a boy for the murder of Martin's opponent. Richard agrees to let Martin interrogate the boy, but he does not let Laura go. Martin forces a false confession out of the boy. Martin takes the confession to his brother. Richard doesn't think its good enough. He wants to wait until the boy is executed. A struggle occurs and Martin is knocked unconscious. Richard tries to escape, but is stopped by the boy's mother. She believes Richard is the district attorney and stabs him.

Episode 18 - The menacled


Gary Merrill ... Sgt. Rockwell
William Redfield ... Stephen Fontaine
Rusty Lane ... Train Conductor
Betty Harford ... Waitress
Edith Evanson ... Lady with suitcase
Gary Hunley ... Billy - Boy on Train
Kay Stewart ... Billy's Mother

Description: Ben Rockwell is transporting prisoner named Steve Fontaine by train. Fontaine manacled by an "Oregon Boot". Rockwell has the only key. During the trip, Fontain manages to convince Rockwell to let him go, but Rockwell changes his mind. He and Fontaine struggle and Rockwell is shot and killed. When Fontain finds the key to the boot, he sees that it has been destroyed by the bullet and cannot free him.

Episode 19 - A bottle of wine


Herbert Marshall ... Judge
Robert Horton ... Wallace Donaldson
Jarma Lewis ... Grace

Description: Much to his annoyance, Judge Condon wife Grace has a boyfriend named Wally Donaldson. Condon tries to prove that he is all wrong for her. He invites Wally for a glass of wine which he tells him was purchased on Grace's Spanish Honeymoon. After Wally drinks the wine, Condon tells him its poisoned when, in fact, it is not. Wally panics and kills Condon. When Grace appears Wally tells her about the wine. She reveals that she never had a honeymoon and had never been to Spain.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

The harder they fall (1956) - sports film noir/drama directed by Mark Robson, starring Rod Steiger and Humphrey Bogart in his last movie

Rating 7.5/10
Runtime: 104 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Mark Robson
IMDb Link: http://imdb.com/title/tt0049291/


Humphrey Bogart ... Eddie Willis
Rod Steiger ... Nick Benko
Jan Sterling ... Beth Willis
Mike Lane ... Toro Moreno
Max Baer ... Buddy Brannen
Jersey Joe Walcott ... George

Description: After 17 years as a recognized and respected sports journalist in New York City, Eddie Willis finds himself out of a job. He's approached by a major fight promoter, Nick Benko, to act as a public relations man for his new heavyweight fighter Toro Moreno. After watching Toro in the ring, Eddie realizes Toro is nothing but a stiff who has no hope of succeeding. Benko offers him a sizable salary and an unlimited expense account and given his financial situation, he agrees. Benko's strategy to make money is simple: starting in California and moving east, they arrange a series of fights for Toro with stiffs and has-beens. All of the fights are rigged to build up his record and get him a fight with the heavyweight champion, Buddy Brannen, where they will make a sizeable profit at the gate. Along the way, one boxer gets killed in the ring and Eddie begins to have serious doubts about what he is doing.






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Sunday, December 16, 2012

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) - Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison in classic fantasy from director Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Rating 7.8/10
Runtime: 104 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
IMDb Link: http://imdb.com/title/tt0039420/


Gene Tierney ... Lucy Muir
Rex Harrison ... Capt. Daniel Gregg
George Sanders ... Miles Fairley
Edna Best ... Martha Huggins
Vanessa Brown ... Anna Muir as an Adult
Anna Lee ... Mrs. Miles Fairley
Robert Coote ... Mr. Coombe
Natalie Wood ... Anna Muir as a Child

Description: In 1900, strong-willed widow Lucy Muir goes to live in Gull Cottage by the British seaside, even though it appears to be haunted. Sure enough, that very night she meets the ghost of crusty former owner Captain Gregg...and refuses to be scared off. Indeed, they become friends and allies, after Lucy gets used to the idea of a man's ghost haunting her bedroom. But when a charming live man comes courting, Lucy and the captain must deal with their feelings for each other.


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This movie contains three audio tracks, one is original English, and the others are commentaries by Greg Kimble and Christopher Husted (manager of composer Bernard Herrmann's estate) and with film historian Jeanine Basinger (Professor of film studies) and Kenneth Geist (author of Pictures Will Talk: the Life and Films of Joseph L. Mankiewicz). You can use VLC Player to easily choose between any of audio tracks (Audio => Audio track and switch to main audio track on Track 1, additional tracks on Track 2 and Track 3)

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Knock on any door (1948) - lesser known court drama/film noir flick from director Nicholas Ray, starring Humphrey Bogart, John Derek and Goerge Macready

Rating 6.8/10
Runtime: 99 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Nicholas Ray
IMDb Link: http://imdb.com/title/tt0041555/


Humphrey Bogart ... Andrew Morton
John Derek ... Nick Romano
George Macready ... Dist. Atty. Kerman
Allene Roberts ... Emma
Candy Toxton ... Adele Morton (as Susan Perry)
Mickey Knox ... Vito
Barry Kelley ... Judge Drake

Description: Andrew Morton is an attorney who made it out of the slums. Nick Romano is his client, a young man with a long string of crimes behind him. Romano, after turning to robbery again, is caught by a cop and Nick pumps all his bullets into him in frustration. Morton's appeal to the court emphasizes the evils of the slums...


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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Black Widow (1954) - lesser known film noir directed by Nunally Johnson, starring Van Heflin, Gene Tierney, George Raft and Ginger Rogers

Rating 6.7/10
Runtime: 95 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Nunally Johnson
IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046791/


Ginger Rogers ... Carlotta 'Lottie' Marin
Van Heflin ... Peter Denver
Gene Tierney ... Iris Denver
George Raft ... Detective Lt. C.A. Bruce
Peggy Ann Garner ... Nancy 'Nanny' Ordway
Reginald Gardiner ... Brian Mullen
Virginia Leith ... Claire Amberly
Otto Kruger ... Gordon Ling

Description: A married Broadway producer is taken with an innocent young woman who wants to be a writer and make it on Broadway. He decides to take her under his wing, but it's not long before the young lady is found dead in his apartment. At first thought to be a suicide, it is later discovered that she has been murdered, and suspicion immediately falls on the producer. He begins his own investigation in order to clear his name, and one of the first things he finds out is that the young woman wasn't quite as naive and innocent as she appeared to be...


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This movie contains two audio tracks, one is original English, and the other is commentary by film historian Alan K. Rode. You can use VLC Player to easily choose between any of audio tracks (Audio => Audio track and switch to main audio track on Track 1, additional track on Track 2)

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Johnny Guitar (1954) - classic western from director Nicholas Ray, starring Joan Crawford, Sterling Hayden, Ward Bond, Ernest Borgnine and John Carradine

Rating 7.7/10
Runtime: 105 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Nicholas Ray
IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047136/


Joan Crawford ... Vienna
Sterling Hayden ... Johnny 'Guitar' Logan
Mercedes McCambridge ... Emma Small
Scott Brady ... Dancin' Kid
Ward Bond ... John McIvers
Ben Cooper ... Turkey Ralston
Ernest Borgnine ... Bart Lonergan
John Carradine ... Old Tom

Description: Vienna has built a saloon outside of town, and she hopes to build her own town once the railroad is put through, but the townsfolk want her gone. When four men hold up a stagecoach and kill a man the town officials, led by Emma Small, come to the saloon to grab four of Vienna's friends, the Dancin' Kid and his men. Vienna stands strong against them, and is aided by the presence of an old acquaintance of hers, Johnny Guitar, who is not what he seems..


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Friday, November 2, 2012

The outlaw Josey Wales (1976) - classic western directed by Clint Eastwood, starring himself, Chief Dan George and John Vernon

Rating 7.9/10
Runtime: 135 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Clint Eastwood
IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075029/


Clint Eastwood ... Josey Wales
Chief Dan George ... Lone Watie
Sondra Locke ... Laura Lee
Bill McKinney ... Terrill
John Vernon ... Fletcher
Paula Trueman ... Grandma Sarah

Description: Josey Wales is a Southerner whose entire family were killed by a sadistic Union officer. He joins a band of guerrilla fighters who manage to avoid being captured. After the end of the war, they refuse to surrender, but their leader, Fletcher, negotiates a surrender allowing his men amnesty. Josey, however, refuses to join them. After his men arrive, they're executed. But when they learn that Josey is still out there, they order him hunted down and the man they send to get him is the man who killed his family. He eventually runs into a group of settlers and helps them get settled and negotiates a peaceful co-existence with the Indians. But he has a price on his head and every bounty hunter is out to get it.


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Audio : 435/107 MB (main/commentary), 448/110 Kbps, 44100 Hz, 6/2 channels, 0x55 = AC3/AAC, CBR/VBR


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Dual audio track information

This movie contains two audio tracks, one is original English, and the other is commentary by film historian Richard Schickel. You can use VLC Player to easily choose between any of audio tracks (Audio => Audio track and switch to main audio track on Track 1, additional track on Track 2)

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Hang 'em high (1968) - classic western directed by Ted Post, starring Clint Eastwood, Ed Begley. Inger Stevens, Ben Jhohnson and Charles McGraw

Rating 6.9/10
Runtime: 114 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Ted Post
IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061747/


Clint Eastwood ... Marshal Jed Cooper
Inger Stevens ... Rachel Warren
Ed Begley ... Captain Wilson, Cooper Hanging Party
Pat Hingle ... Judge Fenton
Ben Johnson ... Marshal Dave Bliss
Charles McGraw ... Sheriff Ray Calhoun, Red Creek

Description: A band of vigilantes catch Jed Cooper and, incorrectly believing him guilty of cattle rustling and murder, hang him and leave him for dead. But he doesn't die. He returns to his former profession of lawman to hunt down his lynchers and bring them to justice.


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Audio : 367 MB, 448 Kbps, 44100 Hz, 6 channels, 0x55 = AC3, CBR


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Sunday, October 7, 2012

Bonnie and Clyde (1967) - crime movie directed Arthur Penn with Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway and Gene Hackman

Rating 8.0/10
Runtime: 110 min
Language: English
Country: USA
Directed by: Arthur Penn
IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061418/


Warren Beatty ... Clyde Barrow
Faye Dunaway ... Bonnie Parker
Michael J. Pollard ... C.W. Moss
Gene Hackman ... Buck Barrow
Estelle Parsons ... Blanche
Denver Pyle ... Frank Hamer
Dub Taylor ... Ivan Moss
Evans Evans ... Velma Davis
Gene Wilder ... Eugene Grizzard

Description: Bonnie Parker is bored with life and wants a change. She gets her chance when she meets a charming young drifter by the name of Clyde Barrow. Clyde has dreams of a life of crime that will free him from the hardships of the Depression. The two fall in love and begin a crime spree that extends from Oklahoma to Texas. They rob small banks with skill and panache, soon becoming minor celebrities known across the country. People are proud to have been held up by Bonnie and Clyde; to their victims, the duo is doing what nobody else has the guts to do. To the law, the two are evil bank robbers who deserve to be gunned down where they stand.


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Friday, October 5, 2012

Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Season 1, episodes 21-39

Here comes another repost of first season of Alfred Hitchcock Presents show, several posts were merged into one bigger containing all remaining episodes (21-39). English subtitles included.

Episode 21 - Safe conduct


Claire Trevor ... Mary Prescott
Jacques Bergerac ... Jan Gubak
Werner Klemperer ... Professor / Captain Greisham
Peter van Eyck ... Officer
John Banner ... Train Conductor
Konstantin Shayne ... Customs Officer

Description: American journalist Mary Prescott is returning from a trip to a Communist state behind the Iron Curtain, traveling with a letter of safe conduct from that nation's President. Riding on the same train is Jan Gubak, captain of the country's soccer team and a national hero. Gubak visits the journalist in her compartment, asks her to dinner, and later persuades her to take a watch across the border for him, telling her that he plans to sell it to pay for an operation for his sister. She is then shocked when, at the border, Gubak himself reports her as a smuggler. She undergoes interrogation, while trying to determine whether there is anyone she can trust.

Episode 22 - Place of shadows


Everett Sloane ... Father Vincente
Sean McClory ... Brother Jared
Mark Damon ... Ray Clements
Claude Akins ... Cop
Joe Downing ... Floyd Unser

Description: A young man is picked up at a train station, taken to a nearby monastery, and met by Father Vincente, who is in charge of the monastery. The visitor introduces himself as Mr. Unser, and asks to see a friend named Rocco who is temporarily being cared for by the monks. But the priest realizes that the visitor is not Unser, but rather Clements, who blames Rocco for robbing him and ruining his life. Knowing that Clements has come for revenge, the priest returns the money that Rocco stole from him, but refuses to let him see Rocco. The priest urges Clements to forgive Rocco, but the young man remains consumed by hatred and anger, and persists in his efforts to gain revenge.

Episode 23 - Back for Christmas


John Williams ... Herbert Carpenter
Isobel Elsom ... Hermione Carpenter
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Major Sinclair
Lillian Kemble-Cooper ... Mrs. Sinclair
Gavin Muir ... Mr. Wallingford
Katherine Warren ... Mrs. Freda Wallingford

Description: Herbert is digging in his basement when his wife Hermione calls him upstairs to eat. She thinks he is making a wine cellar, but he is really planning to kill her and bury her in the basement. At lunch, Hermione goes over all the arrangements she has made for a business trip to California that they are about to take together. Several friends then come over to visit, and after they leave, Herbert looks for the opportunity to put his plan into practice.

Episode 24 - The perfect murder


Hurd Hatfield ... Paul Tallendier
Mildred Natwick ... Aunt Rosalie
Philip Coolidge ... Henri Tallendier
Gladys Hurlbut ... Ernestine
Walter Kingsford ... Pierre

Description: Henri and his brother Paul attend the reading of their uncle's will, and learn that their Aunt Rosalie inherits everything, but that after her death the two nephews are to share the income from the estate. The excitement of the two brothers is tempered by their present lack of resources. Rosalie has little regard for either of her nephews, and she determines to outlive them both. Paul decides to win over his aunt, and he soon moves in with her. The two brothers then look for a way to kill her without arousing suspicion.

Episode 25 - There was an old woman


Estelle Winwood ... Monica Laughton
Charles Bronson ... Frank Bramwell
Norma Crane ... Lorna Bramwell
Dabbs Greer ... Milkman
Emerson Treacy ... Deli Manager

Description: Elderly Monica Laughton greets the milkman, and tells him that another relative of hers has passed away. The milkman then stops at a cafeteria, where he discusses Miss Laughton's wealth and eccentricity with the man at the counter. The conversation is overheard by Frank Bramwell, who then plans to visit Miss Laughton with his wife, so that they can rob her. When they reach her home, they are shown into an empty parlor, where she introduces them to a number of imaginary relatives, and shows them an open, empty coffin. Fearing that she is insane, Lorna Bramwell wants to leave, but Frank sees the situation as an even better opportunity than he'd hoped for - and he is not above using force to get what he wants.

Episode 26 - Whodunit


John Williams ... Alexander Penn Arlington
Amanda Blake ... Carol Arlington
Jerry Paris ... Wally Benson
Philip Coolidge ... Talbot
Alan Napier ... Wilfred

Description: Recently deceased mystery writer Alexander Arlington appears before the recording angel in heaven. All goes well until he learns that his death was a murder, rather than a heart attack, as he had imagined. He receives permission from the angel to live his last day over again, so that he can find out who killed him. Back in his home, he relives a bitter fight with his assistant, and is certain that the assistant is the murderer. But when his nephew makes some threatening statements, and then he catches a glimpse of his wife warmly kissing a male friend, he starts to realize that almost everyone he knows has a motive for killing him.

Episode 27 - Help wanted


John Qualen ... Mr. Crabtree
Lorne Greene ... Mr. X
Madge Kennedy ... Laura Crabtree
Ruth Swanson ... Mrs. Brown
John Harmon ... Police Officer
Malcolm Atterbury ... The blackmailer
Parley Baer ... Police Detective Gryar
Paul Brinegar ... Donations Collector

Description: Mrs. Crabtree's health is poor, and Mr. Crabtree is out of work, having been let go from his job because his personnel manager thought he had become too old for the work. He receives a call from an employer to whom he had written, and the employer sends his secretary to discuss the job with Crabtree. He begins working in a private office, reviewing financial information and writing reports, but he is baffled by his employer's secretive nature. Then one day he arrives at the office to find his employer waiting for him, with a most unexpected assignment.

Episode 28 - Portrait of Jocelyn


Philip Abbott ... Mark Halliday
Nancy Gates ... Debbie Halliday
John Baragrey ... Arthur Clymer
Raymond Bailey ... Jeff Harrison
Olan Soule ... Art Dealer

Description: Mark Halliday takes his wife to an art gallery, to show her a painting he has purchased for their first anniversary. But instead of the painting he had seen, he is given a portrait of his first wife Jocelyn, who disappeared five years ago. Both he and his new wife are shocked and upset, so Halliday shows the portrait to Jocelyn's brother, who locates the artist for him. When Halliday goes in search of the artist, he encounters further coincidences and confusing developments, suggesting that Jocelyn is living very close by.

Episode 29 - The orderly world of Mr. Appleby


Robert H. Harris ... Laurence Appleby
Meg Mundy ... Martha Sturgis
Louise Larabee ... Lena, the First Wife
Michael Ansara ... Businessman Mr. Desar

Description: Mr. Appleby's antique shop is losing money, because he is so fond of the best items that he refuses to sell them to anyone. A representative from a supplier visits the shop, and tells Appleby that he must pay his bill within two weeks, or else the supplier will reclaim his inventory. Appleby's wife has a moderate endowment, but she will not help him, so he kills her and makes it look like an accident. He gets away with it, and marries a wealthy woman whom he had met in the shop. But he soon learns that she knows all about him, and has made careful arrangements to protect herself.

Episode 30 - Never again


Phyllis Thaxter ... Karen Stewart
Louise Allbritton ... Renee
Warren Stevens ... Jeff Simmons
Jack Mullaney ... Marlow
Joan Banks ... Margaret

Description: Karen wakes up in an unfamiliar bed, with a hangover that's even worse than usual. She knows that by getting drunk again she has once more broken her promise to her boyfriend Jeff. Then she realizes that her hand is bandaged and badly injured, and she struggles to remember what happened the night before. She had gone to a party with Jeff, but she felt uncomfortable and lonely, and had started to drink. She tries to piece together the rest of the night, but all she can remember is being angry and drunk.

Episode 31 - The gentleman from America


Biff McGuire ... Howard Latimer
Ralph Clanton ... Sir Stephen Hurstwood
John D. Irving ... Derek
Eric Snowden ... Hanson

Description: In 1940, a rich American named Latimer is visiting a club in England. Sir Stephen, a gambler deep in debt, befriends Latimer in the hope of winning some money from him. With the help of his friend Derek, Sir Stephen tells Latimer about a ghost that supposedly haunts a manor home that Sir Stephen owns. The ghost is supposed to appear and threaten anyone who tries to spend the night in a certain room of the house. Latimer agrees to bet 1000 pounds that he can make it through the night, and they agree on the terms. Latimer suspects that the two Englishmen plan some sort of trick, and he prepares himself accordingly.

Episode 32 - The baby sitter


Thelma Ritter ... Lottie Slocum
Mary Wickes ... Blanche Armstaedter
Carole Mathews ... Clara Nash
Theodore Newton ... Mr. Nash
Rebecca Welles ... Janie

Description: A detective questions baby-sitter Lottie Slocum about the murder of Clara Nash, for whom Lottie had been working. Lottie exasperates the detective by her aimless chatter and her undisguised excitement. After the detective leaves, she tells a friend about the night of the murder. Lottie disliked Clara, who was separated from her husband and was seeing another man. Lottie is so vocal in her disapproval of Clara, and in her affection for Mr. Nash, that her friend wonders whether Lottie was somehow involved. Later, Lottie is threatened by the dead woman's boyfriend. She herself hopes that the situation will give her an opportunity to get closer to Mr. Nash.

Episode 33 - The belfry


Jack Mullaney ... Clint Ringle
Patricia Hitchcock ... Ellie Marsh
Dabbs Greer ... The Sheriff
Jim Hayward ... Preacher

Description: Clint is determined to marry Ellie, the county's schoolteacher, and he is building a house for them to live in. But Ellie is not interested, and she tells him that she has just become engaged to another man. Clint is enraged, and when he meets Ellie's fiancé, he kills him with an ax. He decides to hide in the bell tower of Ellie's schoolhouse, since he thinks no one will look for him there. He also likes the idea of being close to Ellie, so that he can have the chance to strike back at her too.

Episode 34 - The hidden thing


Biff McGuire ... Dana Edwards
Robert H. Harris ... John Hurley
Rachel Ames ... Laura
Theodore Newton ... Lt. Shea

Description: When a young man sees his fiancée struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver, he is inconsolable. When questioned by the police, he is unable to remember anything that he saw, even though he wants very much to have the driver caught. A week later, he is visited by a stranger who claims he can help. The visitor tells him that his own son died in the same way, and he offers to help the young man to remember the license plate number that he saw, by using special memory recall methods. It's not clear, though, what the visitor's motive for helping might be.

Episode 35 - The legacy


Leora Dana ... Irene Cole
Jacques Bergerac ... Prince Burhan
Enid Markey ... Cecelia
Alan Hewitt ... Howard Cole
Walter Kingsford ... Col. Blair

Description: A well-known author is visiting Palm Beach, and he meets some old friends. He tells them that he will be writing his next book about Prince Burhan, a noted playboy from India, who will be arriving that evening. Also staying at the resort are Howard and Irene Cole. Howard spends most of his time with a young actress, and the others are baffled by Irene's tolerance. When the prince arrives, he surprises everyone by spending all of his time with the plain-looking Irene, and by insisting that he is in love with her. Before long, Prince Burhan tells Irene that if she does not divorce Howard in order to marry him, he will kill himself.

Episode 36 - Mink


Ruth Hussey ... Paula Hudson
Vinton Haworth ... Sgt. Delaney
Vivi Janiss ... Sgt. Bradford
Sheila Bromley ... Lois
Anthony Eustrel ... Leslie Roms
Paul E. Burns ... Furrier Assistant

Description: Paula Hudson purchases a mink coat on a tip from her hairdresser. She later finds out it is stolen. The police question her and she says she bought it from a fashion model. When the police question the hairdresser and the model, both deny any knowledge of the fur. Paula later meets with a man to discuss the fur. She discovers that he is the man who stole the mink. He know wants it back. Paula refuses to give it to him. Later, the police tell that they have arrested the thief and his two accomplices: the model and the hairdresser.

Episode 37 - Decoy


Robert Horton ... Gil Larkin
Cara Williams ... Mona Cameron
Jack Mullaney ... Dave Packard
Philip Coolidge ... Lieutenant Brandt
David Orrick McDearmon ... Ben Cameron

Description: Secretly in love with a married singer, Gil Larkin learns that she is being abused by her husband. Confronting the man in his office, Gil is knocked unconscious, only to awaken and learn she's being framed for the husband's murder - and must now discover who is really behind the crime.

Episode 38 - The creeper


Constance Ford ... Ellen Grant
Steve Brodie ... Steve Grant
Harry Townes ... Ed
Reta Shaw ... Martha Stone
Percy Helton ... George the Janitor
Alfred Linder ... Shoemaker

Description: Ellen and Steve live in a New York neighborhood that is being terrorized by a strangler known only as the Creeper. Ellen wants a new lock for her apartment door in order to be safe. She becomes more paranoid until a locksmith arrives. As the locksmith begins work, Steve calls. He tells Ellen that the Creeper has been using his job as a locksmith to get into the homes of his victims. The news comes a little too late as the Creeper attacks Ellen and begins to strangle her.

Episode 39 - Momentum


Skip Homeier ... Richard Paine
Joanne Woodward ... Beth Paine
Ken Christy ... A.T. Burroughs
Henry Hunter ... Finance Company Agent
Holly Bane ... Cab Driver
William Newell ... Charlie

Description: After his boss tells him the firm is close to bankruptcy, Dick Paine agrees to work for half pay. Dick is nagged by his wife Beth into standing up for himself. He goes to his boss and demands the money he has not been paid. His boss refuses to give him the money and Dick must resort to murder.

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