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Edward D. Hoch (1930–2008)


His name is pronounced "hoke" (rhymes with smoke). See more trivia »

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Known For

Night Gallery
Night Gallery Writer
It Takes All Kinds
McMillan & Wife


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 1987 Die Krimistunde (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
 1980-1983 Tales of the Unexpected (TV Series) (story - 2 episodes)
- The Vorpal Blade (1983) ... (story)
- The Man at the Top (1980) ... (story)
 1976 Nick Verlaine ou Comment voler la Tour Eiffel (TV Mini-Series) (novel)
 1972-1974 McMillan & Wife (TV Series) (short story - 3 episodes)
- The Man Without a Face (1974) ... (short story)
- Freefall to Terror (1973) ... (short story)
- Cop of the Year (1972) ... (short story)
 1972 Night Gallery (TV Series) (story "The Ring with the Velvet Ropes" - 1 episode)
- The Ring with the Red Velvet Ropes (1972) ... (story "The Ring with the Velvet Ropes")
 1969 It Takes All Kinds (story "A Girl Like Cathy")
 1965 The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (TV Series) (short story - 1 episode)
- Off Season (1965) ... (short story)

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Other Works:

He wrote hundreds of mystery stories for periodicals including Argosy, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, and The Saint Mystery Magazine. Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine published a story of his every month from 1973 until his death. See more »

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Personal Quote:

Though I can write a short story in a week or two, a novel takes me two or three months. With the few I've attempted, I find myself losing interest about halfway through, anxious to get on to the next idea.


He was one of a few short-story writers to start out writing for pulp magazines whose career survived their demise in the late 1950s. See more »

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