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Dramas, thrillers, and mysteries. By the time it premiered on October 2, 1955, Hitchcock had been directing films for over three decades. Time magazine named it one of "The 100 Best TV Shows of all time".
An escaped mental patient (George Grizzard) encounters a woman (Phyllis Thaxter) who's afraid to be alone in her house.
After his daughter commits murder, a man (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) finds a way to protect his family's reputation.
A man (Robert H. Harris) is overjoyed to learn that his long-forsaken love (Jessica Tandy) has searched him out to marry him.
A man (Hurd Hatfield) assumes another identity to kill his aunt (Mildred Dunnock) but forgets one important detail.
Two friends unknowingly tell a middle-aged professor (Robert Emhardt) about his wife's (Cara Williams) reputation.
A brother and sister (Hume Cronyn, Carmen Mathews) scheme to defraud an insurance company. With James Gleason.
A young man is overcome with grief when he learns of his father's demise and accuses his new mother of the crime.
A mystery writer with an overactive imagination conjures up murderous thoughts about her new neighbors.
A murderer (Lee Philips) searches for an alibi after he kills a rival gangster (Chick Chandler) in a fit of rage.
An underworld kingpin (Robert Middleton) learns that his wife (Kathleen Hughes) has been unfaithful to him. With Henry Silva.
A publisher (John Williams), intrigued by an unpublished murder mystery, visits the author (Patricia Collinge).
A wife (Leora Dana) regrets having her sane husband (Russell Collins) committed to a mental institution.