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speedygal9 days ago
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Is perhaps one of the best of many episodes from Alfred Hitchcock that provides a poetic twist and very fitting. Look at these two. They deserve each other till death parts them.
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mooncustafer16 days ago
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little-water-lily2 months ago
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John Cassavetes in You Got To Have Luck, 1956
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goodeveningpodcast6 months ago
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Episode 76 - The Perfect Crime
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In this Hitchcock-directed episode, Vincent Price plays one Charles Courtney, a Sherlockian detective with a sterling investigative reputation and an ego to match. But when local defense attorney John Gregory shows up on his doorstep late one night, Courtney finds he鈥檚 in for the shock of his life. Will Courtney鈥檚 pride鈥攁nd more importantly, Gregory himself鈥攂e able to survive this tense evening? And will Courtney鈥檚 infamous hubris be the cause of his downfall?
Burn-o-Meter: N/A Overall Rating: 8.25 special vases
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citizenscreen6 months ago
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"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" premiered 65 years ago today, on聽October 2, 1955. #OnThisDay
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goodeveningpodcast6 months ago
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Episode 75 - Last Request
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When Gerry Daniels, a man on death row, is given his last request, he attempts to set the record straight regarding his actual crimes by writing a sensational letter to the editor. But as this edgy, brilliantly crafted plot progresses, the viewer begins to question: Is Gerry condemning the city鈥檚 district attorney or himself?
Burn-o-Meter: N/A Overall Rating: 9.25 聽last requests
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duranduratulsa7 months ago
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My thought...Here are my favorite horror TV shows in no particular order...
4. Alfred Hitchcock Presents #horror #tv #television #alfredhitchcock #alfredhitchcockpresents
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englandinmyblood8 months ago
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Some Alfred Hitchcock Presents Patrick.
Them eyebrows are somethin鈥!
But the first photo, so handsome.
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brettpeake50008 months ago
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New Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Gigolo (1985).
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boxoffrogz8 months ago
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Alfred Hitchcock be like
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kwebtv8 months ago
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Character Actress
Vera June Miles (n茅e Ralston, born August 23, 1929) Film and Television actress.聽
Signing a five-year personal contract with Hitchcock in 1957, Miles was widely publicized as the director's potential successor to Grace Kelly. Two years prior, Hitchcock had directed Miles in the role of Ralph Meeker's emotionally troubled new bride in "Revenge", the pilot episode of his television series Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
In addition to her film appearances, Miles was featured in many popular television shows throughout her career, including Wagon Train, Laramie, The Twilight Zone and the western series Riverboat, starring Darren McGavin and Burt Reynolds. She also co-starred in the first episode of ABC's The Fugitive (titled "Fear in a Desert City"), as well as guest-starring in episodes of The Outer Limits, Burke's Law, The Eleventh Hour, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and Ironside.
In 1965, Miles had a supporting role in three episodes of the CBS series My Three Sons. The same year, she co-starred with lead actors Robert Culp and Bill Cosby in the pilot episode of the TV series I Spy entitled "Affair in T'Sien Cha" (although the pilot was not actually broadcast until midway through the series鈥 first season).
Miles continued to appear in numerous TV films and TV series during the 1970s, including the pilot for the TV series Cannon (broadcast in March 1971) as the wife of a deceased war comrade of private investigator Frank Cannon, played by William Conrad. She guest-starred in a further two episodes of the series in different roles during its run. In 1973, she appeared alongside Peter Falk in "Lovely But Lethal", an episode of NBC's Columbo, playing a cosmetics queen who commits murder. She also made guest appearances in episodes of Hawaii Five-O, The Streets of San Francisco, and Fantasy Island among others.
Miles continued to appear in a number of TV and film productions during the 1980s, guest-starring in episodes of the TV series The Love Boat (1982 and 1984) and Hotel (1984 and 1987). She also appeared alongside Angela Lansbury in the TV series Murder, She Wrote, guest-starring in three episodes broadcast in 1985, 1990, and 1991. The 1991 episode, entitled "Thursday's Child", was her final television role.聽聽 (Wikipedia)
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brettpeake50009 months ago
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New Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Incident In A Small Jail 1985. A Killer ...
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absolute-most9 months ago
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Venetia Stevenson on the set of Alfred Hitchcock Presents (c. 1960)
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New Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Fogbound (1988). A Wealthy Wife Fears Bei...
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goodeveningpodcast9 months ago
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Episode 69 - The Hatbox
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When college student Perry (not Mason) gets into hot water with Professor Jarvis, he decides to pay a visit to the prof鈥檚 house to make amends. But a chance discovery of a discarded hatbox in Jarvis鈥 trash can leads to quickly escalated speculation. Is Professor Jarvis a murderer? And will the enlisted Lieutenant Roman get to the bottom of a case involving a biology prof, a nosy small town, and one ugly hat?
Burn-o-Meter: 4.5 Overall Rating: 4.5 hatboxes
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goodeveningpodcast10 months ago
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Episode 68 - Out There鈥擠arkness
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When Miss Fox is attacked in a dark alley, she is convinced that her dog Vanessa has as good as identified her assailant. But could Miss Fox鈥檚 personal bias be getting in the way? And how will true justice be served? Annie & Kathryn discuss an episode featuring rhinestone collars, leopard muffs, and the incomparable Bette Davis.
Burn-o-Meter: 7.5 Overall Rating: 7.5 dog walks
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