Alfred Hitchcock Presents

1955, TV Show

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Momentum

Jun 24, 1956 Season 1 Episode 39

Dick (Skip Homeier) has agreed to accept half-pay from his employer who is nearing bankruptcy. But Dick's wife, Beth (Academy Award winner Joanne Woodward) remonstrates him and insists that he stand up for himself. Afterward, Dick is determined to approach his boss for his just dues. At his boss's home, Dick comes across an open cash box and decides to take what he is owed. He is surprised in the act by the employer who is armed, and, in the ensuing struggle, a panicky Dick takes the life of the older man. Dick returns to his wife to state only that he is in trouble, and the two agree to a rendezvous that night in a bus station, planning a flight to Mexico. Two untimely interruptions by visitors end in violence and an unexpected climax, as the young man tries desperately to thwart justice.
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The Creeper

Jun 17, 1956 Season 1 Episode 38

Ellen Grant and her husband, Steve, live in a brownstone in an older section of New York City. He works the late shift. As they are eating, the conversation turns to the news of a maniacal killer (the Creeper) at large who strangled three women to death in their own homes. Ellen wants a new lock on the front door since she is alone so much at night and afraid. After Steve leaves for work, Ellen calls a hardware store and arranges to have a new lock installed. Throughout the entire day, Ellen is anxious and terrified of everyone she sees. Is the shoe salesman the creeper? Is it the janitor? Or how about her ex-beau Ed, who comes to pay her a surprise visit? Ellen can only hope that the locksmith will come in time to install the lock that will keep her safe.
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Decoy

Jun 10, 1956 Season 1 Episode 37

Gil Larkin (Robert Horton) is a quiet-spoken, sensitive and emotional young man. He is the piano accompanist for Mona Cameron (Cara Williams), a beautiful woman with whom he is secretly in love, but since she is married to a successful theatrical agent he feels he cannot reveal this love. During a rehearsal session, Mona lets Gil know that her husband has bruised her arm - that she is afraid of him because for months he has been physically cruel and insanely possessive. Gil reveals his love for Mona and together they plan that Gil will go to her husband's office and talk to him about his giving Mona a divorce. But when Gil goes to visit Mona's husband something strange happens--a shot is fired and before Gil can figure out where the shot came from he is knocked unconscious. When he wakes up, he has a gun in his hand, and Mona Cameron's husband is dead.
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The Mink

Jun 03, 1956 Season 1 Episode 36

Paula Hudson (Ruth Hussey) has always wanted a mink stole, and she finally happens upon an opportunity to buy one for $400. Once she does however, a fur appraiser identifies the stole as one that has been stolen, and Paula sets off on a complicated mission to prove that she is not responsible for the theft.
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The Legacy

May 27, 1956 Season 1 Episode 35

A writer observes the exploits of the rich and famous at an exclusive Palm Beach hotel, mining these observations for writing material. He is particularly inspired by the love affair between a handsome race car driving prince and a married socialite named Irene. Though unfaithful, Irene refuses to divorce her husband despite the prince's pleas and threats to kill himself if she does not. When the prince dies in a tragic car accident, Irene is certain that he did it on purpose. The tragedy, however, reinvigorates Irene's marriage, rekindling the romance between her and her husband that is inspired by the prince's love. But then the writer learns the dark secret behind the prince's death and the true nature of their love affair.
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The Hidden Thing

May 20, 1956 Season 1 Episode 34

Laura and Dana, young and very much in love, sit in parked car listening to the radio. Dana tries to persuade Laura to marry him immediately, but she tells him it's just two more days until they can be together forever. She kisses him, reminds him she's hungry and they walk to a restaurant across the road. When Laura remembers she forgot her purse, she starts back to the car, but, halfway across the road, is struck by a hit-run driver, and dies in Dana’s arms. Dana, the only witness, thinks he saw the license number, but is too dazed by shock and grief to remember it. Hurley, a stranger, insists on talking to Dana, and convinces him he can help bring the murderer to justice. If Dana will cooperate through Total Recall, Hurley urges, then he can be made to remember anything that ever happened to him. Dana is dubious but agrees. The questioning begins, but reliving Laura's death is too much for Dana and soon he remembers something he would rather forget.
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The Belfry

May 13, 1956 Season 1 Episode 33

Clint (John Mullaney), a deranged man in a small Ozarks town, murders Walt (John Compton) after he discovers that Walt is going to marry Ella (Pat Hitchcock), the girl he loves. After the murder, Clint fleas and the entire town hunts for him. If anyone spots Clint, they are to immediately run to the town chapel and ring the bell - except it is in the belfry that Clint is hiding. He waits there, killing time, waiting until the right moment for him to escape, abduct his love Ella, and leave town. On the next day, as Clint sleeps above the town, everyone gathers in the chapel for Walt's funeral. After the funeral is over, however, the bells will ring.
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The Babysitter

May 06, 1956 Season 1 Episode 32

Academy Award nominee Thelma Ritter is Lottie, a talkative babysitter who becomes a local gossip superstar when she baby-sits for a woman the night she is murdered. The victim is Mrs. Nash, a recently separated mother who has started dating a man with a prison record. Lottie is all set to testify about how unsavory Mrs. Nash's boyfriend was and how wonderful and charming the poor Mr. Nash is when Lottie is suddenly surprised by a strange twist of events.
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Gentleman from America

Apr 29, 1956 Season 1 Episode 31

Stephen Hurstwood and Saunders, a friend, maneuver a meeting with wealthy Howard Latimer so they can recoup their own betting losses in a poker game. Latimer, interested in Old English homes, learns that Stephen owns Hurstwood Manor. Stephen talks Latimer into spending the night at the Manor to test the theory that the famous ghost appears only to outsiders. The bet is two thousand pounds that Latimer will not stay the entire night. At bedtime, Latimer is given one candle, one match, an automatic pistol, and a copy of the book detailing the ghost's story. This tale goes that two sisters, alone in the Manor, were found the next morning: one headless and the other a raving lunatic. The murder had been attributed to an escaped criminal. In the darkness that night, a ghostly figure approaches Latimer's bed. At first he thinks it is Hurstwood and Saunders, trying to scare him, then he realizes it is the authentic ghost. He fires his pistol at the ghost before he goes into a state of extreme shock. Months later, Stephen and Saunders see Latimer again. They jokingly tell him the pistol contained blanks and that it was they who had staged the whole operation. Latimer, however, attempts to kill the two, who are saved by the arrival of attendants from a mental asylum. It is then we learn that the gentleman from America is in a state of permanent shock: for he believes that his sister Julia has been killed by Stephen and that he, Latimer, must avenger her death.
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Never Again

Apr 22, 1956 Season 1 Episode 30

The insecure girlfriend of an advertising executive has too much to drink and makes a terrible mistake.
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The Orderly World of Mr. Appleby

Apr 15, 1956 Season 1 Episode 29

Mr. Appleby (Robert H. Harris) is an antiques dealer in his mid-forties. His love for his objet d'art supersedes his financial interests and he finds himself owing Dizar and Son, importers, same twelve thousand dollars because he would rather keep the things he gets from them than to sell to admiring customers. Desperate for cash and greedy for even more artifacts, Appleby murders his wife and collects on her insurance policy. Then Appleby courts a wealthy patron, whom he eventually marries. After awhile, Appleby is in the same financial trouble as before, and he once again considers past solutions.
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Portrait of Jocelyn

Apr 08, 1956 Season 1 Episode 28

Mark Halliday's wife Jocelyn disappeared four years ago. He recently remarried after receiving the blessing of Jocelyn's brother Jeff. On his one year anniversary, he buys his new wife a painting. Only there is a mix-up and the painting that arrives isn't the one that Mark had purchased - instead it is a portrait of Jocelyn. Confused and shaken, Mark inquires about the painting. The auction house apologizes for the mix-up, but not before revealing the name of the painter, who says that the portrait of Jocelyn is actually a portrait of his own wife who lives with him in New England. Mark, with his new wife, travels to New England to see the painter and to figure out the painter's wife is Jocelyn returned.
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Help Wanted

Apr 01, 1956 Season 1 Episode 27

Mr. Crabtree (John Qualen) is out of work and needs money to pay for his ailing wife's operation. When he responds to a help wanted ad in the paper, he gets a peculiar job cutting out financial reports and sends them to a mysterious post office. He never meets his boss and works alone in an empty room. While this all seems odd, the pay is good and Crabtree is excited that he will soon be able to pay for his wife's operation. And then one day his boss (Lorne Green) is there at the office, and he wants Crabtree to do him a favor.
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Whodunit

Mar 25, 1956 Season 1 Episode 26

Arthur Arlington is dead and in heaven. This fact is told to him by Archangel Wilfred. In fact, Wilfred tells him that he was murdered. Arthur is unhappy - in life he was a murder mystery writer and he wants to know who committed the crime. Wilfred tells him that there is no way of knowing since they only know the facts about a person's life and no one else's part in it. They will have to wait until the murderer dies to find out. This isn't good enough for Arthur, who demands that he must know now to protect his reputation. Wilfred says that they can grant him one day back on Earth to recreate the murder scene. He was killed by an ivory-handled letter opener inserted into his back. Can Arthur solve the case of his own murder?
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There Was An Old Woman

Mar 18, 1956 Season 1 Episode 25

A couple, desperate for cash, plan to rob a senile, old woman. Charles Bronson guest stars.
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The Perfect Murder

Mar 11, 1956 Season 1 Episode 24

Two brothers, Paul (Hurd Hatfield) and Henri (Philip Coolidge) are delighted after their uncle wills them a small amount of money, with the promise of even more money after their aunt Rosalie (Mildred Natwicke) passes. Henri, however, needs the money now, and he asks his aunt if he may take out a loan against his inheritance. Distrustful, Rosalie denies him the loan and then reveals that she intends to leave the fortune not to her nephews, but to a convent when she dies. Desperate and spurned, Henri and Paul devise a fiendish plot to kill their aunt that somehow goes awry.
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Back for Christmas

Mar 04, 1956 Season 1 Episode 23

Herbert (John Williams) and Hermione (Isabel Elsom) prepare their English home before they leave for California, where they will be staying for several months. Herbert works down in the basement, digging for a wine cellar. Hermione thinks the task is too big for him. Herbert continues to dig and then, just as they are set to leave for the U.S., he murders Hermione and buries her in the whole in the basement, dug specifically with her dimensions in mind. All of Hermione's friends in England believe she has got to California with Herbert. After months of living in California, Herbert starts to believe he has gotten away with it. That is, until a forwarded letter arrives with news of Hermione's Christmas present for him. Alfred Hitchcock directs.
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Place of Shadows

Feb 26, 1956 Season 1 Episode 22

A man hunts down two swindlers who have taken all of his money and ruined his life.
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Safe Conduct

Feb 19, 1956 Season 1 Episode 21

Mary Prescott (Academy Award winner Claire Trevor) is returning to the West after interviewing an Iron Curtain dictator. Considering her level of security clearance, she is given a safe conduct pass which allows her and her luggage to make the journey on the train with limited inspection. Once on the train, Mary meets a charming soccer player named Jan (Jacques Bergerac), who is crossing into West Germany to see his sick sister. The sister, it turns out, needs money for the operation, and this chance encounter leads to problems when Mary, guarded by her special pass, agrees to smuggle an expensive watch out of the country for him.
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And So Died Riabouchinska

Feb 12, 1956 Season 1 Episode 20

A detective investigates the death of a man found in the basement of a vaudeville theatre. After some questioning, he determines that the headliner, a ventriloquist named Fabian (Claude Rains) may have been visited by the murdered man just before his death. As he probes further, the detective soon discovers that this murder may have something to do with Fabian's odd mental state and his curious devotion to a particularly beautiful marionette that he uses in his act.
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The Derelicts

Feb 05, 1956 Season 1 Episode 19

A quarrel over finances between a husband and wife is interrupted when the husband, Ralph Cowell (Philip Reed) receives a call from Sloane (Cyril Delevanti), his old business partner. Sloane summons Ralph to the park, where he tries to cash in an I.O.U. for $10,000. Panicked and broke, Ralph strangles Sloane and then tries to find the I.O.U. so he can destroy it. Unfortunately, Ralph was being watched by a homeless man named Goodfellow (Robert Newton), who not only witnessed the murder but also managed to recover the I.O.U. Things are about to get very expensive for Ralph.
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Shopping for Death

Jan 29, 1956 Season 1 Episode 18

Two retired salesman with a macabre sensibility propose the theory that most murders occur in hot weather. When they observe the nagging wife of a longshoreman (Jo Van Fleet), they spot a perfect candidate for their theory and they warn the shrill woman to take caution. She ignores them, even though, as it turns out, the weather conditions are perfect.
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The Older Sister

Jan 22, 1956 Season 1 Episode 17

A reporter discovers the truth about the Lizzie Borden case.
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You Got to Have Luck

Jan 15, 1956 Season 1 Episode 16

Sam Cobbett (acclaimed filmmaker John Cassavetes) has just escaped from prison and the cops are after him. He happens upon a farmhouse and overhears the husband saying that he is leaving and that he won't be returning until later that evening. As soon as the husband leaves, Sam invades the house and coerces the wife, Mary (Marisa Pavan), into hiding him until things cool down. Sam is so pre-occupied with is own worries that he fails to notice that there is something peculiar about Mary.
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The Big Switch

Jan 08, 1956 Season 1 Episode 15

A gunman, bent on homicide, buys an airtight alibi and provides an ironic tale of fateful circumstance. Sam Donleavy (George Mathews), the gunman, goes to Chicago to shoot his sweetheart and is met by a boyhood friend (Joseph Downing), now a detective, who suspects his intent. Donleavy approaches a bar owner (George Stone), who provides alibis for a price, and is provided with the story that will cover his activities while committing the crime. The detective, the bar owner, and a .45 caliber pistol are guided by fate and the Hitchcock touch to provide the inevitable climactic twist.
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A Bullet for Baldwin

Jan 01, 1956 Season 1 Episode 14

Benjamin Stepp is a mild-mannered, inconspicuous clerk working for the Baldwin-King Investment Bankers in San Francisco of 1909. As the story opens, Stepp has just been fired, after twenty-one years of service, for having misfiled a paper. Broke, with his sister dependent on him, Stepp pleads for mercy, but Baldwin is adamant. Stepp starts to commit suicide, but instead, without hesitation, shoots Baldwin. Since the shooting took place on a Saturday night, Stepp goes home to await the arrival of the police. But come Monday morning Steppe is summoned to the office...to meet with Baldwin. It must have all been a dream. Or was it?
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The Cheney Vase

Dec 25, 1955 Season 1 Episode 13

Martha Cheney (Patricia Collinge) is an elderly invalid whose only preoccupation in life is to protect the Cheney vase, a valuable artifact that has been in the Cheney family for generations and has long been coveted by museums around the world. When Lyle Endicott (Darren McGavin), a charming yet dishonest former curator conspires to gain Miss Cheney’s confidence and subsequent employment as her guardian, it is clear that he has his sights set on the priceless vase. Once in the Cheney mansion, Endicott concentrates on a search for the treasured heirloom.
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Santa Claus and the 10th Avenue Kid

Dec 18, 1955 Season 1 Episode 12

Academy Award winner Barry Fitzgerald portrays a larcenous-minded department store Kris Kringle. As a toughened criminal just out of prison, Fitzgerald is put to work by a welfare agency as a department store Santa. He is glad to get the job and intends to try to make good. But he no sooner does he take over his new exalted post then he discovers he still has larceny in his heart. Evil thoughts pervade his mind until a little roughneck from 10th Avenue, a potential delinquent, puts him on the defensive by challenging him on the virtues of the jolly old fellow from the North Pole.
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Guilty Witness

Dec 11, 1955 Season 1 Episode 11

Neighborhood snoops suspect a wife has murdered her husband, with whom she frequently quarreled.
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The Case of Mr. Pelham

Dec 04, 1955 Season 1 Episode 10

As the story opens, Mr. Pelham arrives at his town club in a disturbed mood. The bartender greets him, remarking that he is a bit early. Pelham meets Dr. Harley and tells him that there is another man, an exact double of Pelham, who is in the city. Further, the double has deliberately impersonated Pelham on many occasions. His exact double is not only taking on Pelham's social life, but his double dictates letters and shows an incomprehensible knowledge of every facet of Pelham's business. As Pelham tells the story to the doctor, he reveals that he has no persecution complex, but does feel that the double is moving in closer and closer until one day the double will have taken over Pelham's life completely.
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The Long Shot

Nov 27, 1955 Season 1 Episode 9

Raymond (Peter Lawford), a down-on-his-luck gambler, has lost at the track and, since he can't pay his debts, he has to leave town. He answers an ad placed by a Mr. Walter Hendricks (John Williams) that requests an Englishman for information about the old country. As they journey to San Francisco, Hendricks pumps Raymond about every detail that can be told about London. Raymond is not suspicious, however, because he thinks that Hendricks is just an eccentric, homesick Englishman. After going through Hendricks' belongings, Raymond discovers that he is going to inherit $200,000, and he begins to think that maybe he can get rid of Hendricks and collect the money himself. It seems like a perfect plan, but there might be more about Hendricks that Raymond does not know, and it could be trouble.
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Our Cook's a Treasure

Nov 20, 1955 Season 1 Episode 8

Ralph Montgomery, a successful real estate agent, is married to his younger wife, Ethel. He pampers her by hiring a cook, Mrs. Sutton. Ethel drinks only coffee and Ralph only hot chocolate, which is about their only point of difference. Ethel is also active in the drama club with a handsome young leading man as her costar. Among Ralph's friends, the current topic of discussion is the whereabouts of a Mrs. Andrews, a cook who has murdered three of her lady employers with arsenic poisoning. At Ralph’s office, he suffers an attack of indigestion or so he thinks, and goes home. In his workshop, however, he finds a can of arsenic, and coupled with the fact he knows very little of Mrs. Sutton, an employee of only a month, he becomes suspicious.
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Breakdown

Nov 13, 1955 Season 1 Episode 7

Joseph Cotten plays William Callew, a ruthless big businessman with little compassion for his employees. He has nothing but contempt for emotional weakness, as he demonstrates early on when he castigates a fired employee for crying. While driving from Florida to New York, Callew crashes his car and is left completely paralyzed and unable to speak. Despite concentrated efforts to tap his finger, no one that discovers him sees the movement and they all proclaim him dead. It isn't until his eyes tear and he breaks down from exhaustion and frustration that someone sees that he is alive and in need of help.
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Salvage

Nov 06, 1955 Season 1 Episode 6

A gangland big shot and ex-con conceives a diabolical plot to avenge the homicide of his younger brother.
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Into Thin Air

Oct 30, 1955 Season 1 Episode 5

A young woman and her mother check into a hotel in Paris. Soon after the mother disappears without a trace. Pat Hitchcock, Alfred's daughter, guest stars.
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Don't Come Back Alive

Oct 23, 1955 Season 1 Episode 4

Frank and Mildred Partridge are a married couple who have lived a mediocre life. As the story opens, Frank has just gotten a job after being out of work, but he is upset, for in another few years he will be fifty--too young for an old age pension and too old to get another job. Further, they do not even own their own home. Frank says they both would be worth more dead. The more they consider the idea, the more Frank is in favor of it--all that needs to be done is Mildred disappear for seven years. The courts will declare her legally dead, and they will have more than enough money to last them the rest of their lives. They execute the plan and Mildred leaves their Ventura home to hide in Los Angeles. Her "disappearance" is soon reported. After the police, comes Kettle, an insurance investigator. Because of the circumstances, Kettle is certain that Mildred has been murdered and states he will prove it by producing Mildred's body. Further, Kettle promises he will keep searching the entire seven years for the body. Secretly, Frank sees Mildred and convinces her she should go to San Francisco. When Frank goes to join her at Christmas, Kettle again is shadowing him, and continues to do so for the next six years. By this time, Frank is beginning to crack. Time goes on, and two days before Frank is due to go to court to have Mildred declared legally dead, Mildred herself returns. It is a new Mildred--smart, sophisticated and well -dressed, for she has made a new life and a new love for herself, as she tells Frank, and now wants a divorce. Frank is horrified, then enraged, for he as spent seven years waiting for this very moment. What will Frank do now?
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Triggers In Leash

Oct 16, 1955 Season 1 Episode 3

As the story opens, it is seen that we are in an old shack in the Old West. It is located at a crossroads and is a restaurant of sorts, a few miles out of town. Maggie Flynn is the owner and cook, assisted by Ben Morgan, an old-timer. When Ben leaves for more fuel, Maggie is left alone, but shortly afterwards, Del Delaney arrives. Del is in a strange mood, and does not relax, or take off his gun belt at Maggie's invitation. As Maggie prepares a meal, Red Hillman arrives. It is immediately obvious that the two men are at odds, and had Maggie not been present there would be gunplay. Although she tries her best, Maggie soon realizes she will not be able to stop the men from shooting one another. Or will she?
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Premonition

Oct 09, 1955 Season 1 Episode 2

John Forsythe plays Kim Stanger, personable young concert pianist, who has a disturbing premonition and decides to return to his small home town after an absence of four years. Upon arrival, Stanger is told by his sister-in-law, Susan, and his brother Perry, that the elder Stanger has been dead for years, the victim of a heart attack. Shocked that he had not been informed of the death of his father, Kim begins an investigation that leads to the discovery of discrepancies in the account of his father's death. With mounting suspicion and anxiety, he journeys to his father's favorite hunting lodge for the final key to the mystery and is met there by Susan, with a startling disclosure.
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Revenge

Oct 02, 1955 Season 1 Episode 1

Carl and Elsa are a young married couple who live in a trailer near a highway on the beach in California. Carl works and therefore is away from the trailer all day, leaving Elsa alone. Carl is disturbed about this and warns Elsa not to go on the beach unless there are other people about. As Carl leaves, he asks a nearby, friendly neighbor, Mrs. Ferguson, if she will keep an eye on Elsa. Mrs. Ferguson learns that Elsa was formerly a ballet dancer who had a nervous breakdown. When Mrs. Ferguson calls on Elsa, she suggests that it is not wise for the trailer to be parked away from the others, and underneath a dark tree, for there are hitchhikers and others who may be dangerous. Mrs. Ferguson invites Elsa to go to town with her for some shopping, but Elsa refuses, for she wants to be home in the trailer when Carl returns from work. Mrs. Ferguson leaves, warning Elsa to be sure to keep the door locked. Later, that night, when Carl returns home from work, he finds a cake in the oven burned to a crisp and the trailer is in shambles. Elsa is unconscious. When Elsa is revived, she tells Carl that a man appeared in the doorway and she becomes hysterical saying that the man has killed her. Mrs. Ferguson, hearing the commotion, calls a doctor and the police. But Carl, knowing that this will upset the already hysterical woman, refuses to allow the doctor examine Elsa and also turns away the police. Carl learns from Elsa that the man who assaulted her was wearing a grey suit and she would remember him if she saw him again. Carl takes Elsa driving where she eventually sees and remembers the man. Carl follows the man and kills him. When he returns to Elsa she sees another man, completely unlike the man that Carl has just killed, and proclaims he is the man who assaulted her. What has Carl done?
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