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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Pilot

5 May 1985
Four classic "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" (1955) episodes, "Incident in a Small Jail", "Man from the South", "Bang. You're Dead!" and "An Unlocked Window", have been remade for the new show's pilot.

Ned Beatty ... Larry Broome (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")

Lee Ving ... Curt Venner (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")
Tony Frank ... Sheriff Noakes (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")
John Shearin ... Roker (segment "Incident In A Small Jail")
Arthur Taxier ... Skelly (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")
Walter Klenhard ... Gas Station Attendant (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")
Gene Ross ... Max Spaulding (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")

Richard Lineback ... Billy (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")
Jerry Curtin ... Mob Member (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")
Cynthia Hartley ... Young Girl (segment "Incident in a Small Jail")

John Huston ... Carlos / Narrator (segment "Man from the South")

Melanie Griffith ... Girl (segment "Man from the South")

Steven Bauer ... Gambler (segment "Man From The South")

Tippi Hedren ... Waitress (segment "Man from the South")

Kim Novak ... Rosa (segment "Man from the South")
Jack Thibeau ... Bronson (segment "Man From The South")
Danny De La Paz ... Bellhop (segment "Man from the South")

Gail Youngs ... Amanda's Mother (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")

Lyman Ward ... Uncle Jack (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")

Bill Mumy ... Supermarket Clerk (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
Bianca Rose ... Amanda (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")

Jonathan Goldsmith ... Manager (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
Linda Hoy ... Big Brownie (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
David Held ... Billy (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
Gregory Levinson ... Stevie (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")

Douglas Emerson ... Kid Soldier (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
Christina Lange ... Darlene (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
Gail Barle ... Jiffy Snack Girl (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
Gigi Vorgan ... Cashier (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")

Annette O'Toole ... Stella (segment "An Unlocked Window")

Bruce Davison ... Betty Ames / Man (segment "An Unlocked Window")
Owen Bush ... Sam Eyles (segment "An Unlocked Window")

Helena Kallianiotes ... Maria Kyprianov (segment "An Unlocked Window")

Ross Elliott ... Mr. Baker (segment "An Unlocked Window")
Nancy Burnett ... Nurse (segment "An Unlocked Window")
Kimberly Bolin ... Valerie

Kale Browne ... Amanda's Father (segment "Bang! You're Dead!") (as Kale Brown)

Timothy Burd ... Andrew (as Tim Burd)

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself (archive footage)
Joseph G. Medalis ... (segment "Bang! You're Dead!") (as Joe Medalis)

Mark L. Taylor ... Darlene's Father (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")

Season 1, Episode 1: Revenge

29 September 1985
Unstable, mousy wife of a good, caring man becomes the victim of an unsolved assault. His blind outrage over this leads to a bizarre tragedy.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Linda Purl ... Lisa Tate

David Clennon ... Professor John Tate

Herbert Jefferson Jr. ... Police Officer

Frances Lee McCain ... Dr. Marianne Campbell
Beth Miller ... Cindy
Victoria Ann Lewis ... Receptionist (as Victoria Ann-Lewis)
Ángela Moya ... Nurse
Dennon Rawles ... Male Dance Instructor

Bill Dearth ... Mailman
Courtenay McWhinney ... Bag Lady
Fred Taylor ... Biker
Anthony S. Johnson ... Orderly

Vera Miles ... (credit only)

Loren Janes ... Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Night Fever

6 October 1985
A cop-killer shot while robbing a liquor store tries to charm a nurse into helping him escape.

Robert Carradine ... Jerry

Lisa Pelikan ... Nurse Ellen Hatch

Basil Hoffman ... Dr. Michaels

Deborah Richter ... Kathy (as Debi Richter)
Richard Foronjy ... Detective Martinez

J.D. Hinton ... Tom (as James David Hinton)

Eugene Butler ... Dectective Greeley

Roger Aaron Brown ... Joe Chandler
Jeanne Mori ... Physician

Christopher Crowe ... Surgeon

Ken Foree ... Orderly
Wendy Oates ... Anesthesiologist #2

James Saito ... Anesthesiologist #1

Jerry Boyd ... Ambulance Attendant #2
Charles Bazaldua ... Ambulance Attendant #1
Lisa Rafel ... Emergency Room Nurse
Mo Malone ... Mary Winters
Tim Cunningham ... Phil

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 3: Wake Me When I'm Dead

20 October 1985
To prove his case, a skeptical prosecutor agrees that a female murder suspect, who claims that, when she killed her husband, she was in fact possessed by one of the people she was in her previous lives, be hypnotized again.

Barbara Hershey ... Jessie Dean

Brian Bedford ... Stewart Dean

Buck Henry ... Walter Lang

Reid Shelton ... Daniels
George Innes ... Charles Dean

Carolyn Seymour ... Carla Dean
Lillian Lehman ... Judge Branca
Gill Dennis ... Dr. Leon Borofsky
Michael J. London ... Bailiff
Jennifer Nairn-Smith ... Party Guest

Barry Pearl ... Assistant District Attorney

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 4: Final Escape

27 October 1985
A manipulative female jailed killer needs a naive old mortician's help to escape.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season Hubley ... Lena Trent

George DiCenzo ... Defence Attorney
Patrice Donnelly ... Shirley

Jerry Hardin ... Warden

Davis Roberts ... Doc

Linden Chiles ... Judge

Anne Seymour ... Esther
Patricia Wilson ... Trustee
Eugene Lee ... Guard

Season 1, Episode 5: The Night Caller

3 November 1985
A young divorcée, who's just moves in into a new building, must deal with a creepy ogler from the apartment across hers who may or may not be the stalker who's driving her insane with his obscene phone calls.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Linda Fiorentino ... Betsy Van Kennon

Michael O'Keefe ... Art Toomey

Tony Bill ... Steve

Stephen Davies ... Detective Duane Calvin

Sandra Bernhard ... Karen

Season 1, Episode 6: Method Actor

10 November 1985
Alcoholic film star Paul Dano loses a great role to young Lance Richards, then fatally injuries Lance when he visits Paul for advice on how to play the role. He tries to cover it up with some sulfuric acid.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Martin Sheen ... Paul Dano

Robby Benson ... Ed

Marilu Henner ... Claire

Parker Stevenson ... Lance Richards

Bernie Casey ... Bernie
Whitney Kershaw ... Girl
Ben Kronen ... Max Goodman

Patti Negri ... Assistant
Leila Lee Olsen ... Waitress (as Leila Hee Olsen)
Louis Silver ... Parking Lot Attendant

Season 1, Episode 7: The Human Interest Story

17 November 1985
A man claiming to be from another solar system warns of an imminent alien invasion via television. A female journalist tracks him down and agrees to go with him on a car ride to see the proof that he's telling the truth.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

John Shea ... Brian Whitman

Barbara Williams ... Maggie Verona

James T. Callahan ... Everett (as James Callahan)

Richard Marcus ... Levy

Albert Popwell ... Nick
Rhonda Dotson ... Denise
Grant Owens ... Man #1

Hardy Rawls ... Man #2
Michael Strasser ... Punk #1

Gary Carlos Cervantes ... Punk #2 (as Carlos Gary Cervantes)
Richard G. Camphuis ... Sheriff #1 (as Richard Camphuis)
John Allen ... Policeman #1
Wendy Oates ... Reporter #1
Floyd Foster Jr. ... Reporter #2
Michael McCabe ... Reporter #3

Season 1, Episode 8: Breakdown

1 December 1985
After arranging the arrest of a drug and weapons trafficker, a corrupt businessman is paralyzed in a car accident and taken to the morgue while in South America.

John Heard ... Bill Callahan

Andy Garcia ... Alejandro

Stefan Gierasch ... Carl

Al Israel ... Coroner
Manuel Ojeda ... General Vorteez
Alfredo Wally Barrón ... Doctor (as Wally Barón)
Patrick Welch ... Executive
Salvador Godínez ... Old Man (as Chava Godínez)
Rodrigo Puebla ... Indio
Ramiro Ramírez ... Mestizo

Guillermo Ríos ... Coroner Assistant
Paco Mauri ... White Clad Man

Sebastian Ligarde ... Tim
Pamela Gual ... Secretary
José Luis Cuevas ... Roberto
Raul Chavero ... First Boy

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 9: Prisoners

8 December 1985
An introverted housewife befriends a tough escaped convict with a decent streak who broke into her fancy house to hide from police pursuit.

Yaphet Kotto ... Convict

Cristina Raines ... Julie Randall

Steve Eastin ... Police Captain
Larry McCormick ... TV Anchorman
Doug Hale ... TV Reporter
Walter Klenhard ... Prison Guard

Christopher Kriesa ... S.W.A.T. Member (as Chris Kriesa)

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 10: Arthur, or the Gigolo

15 December 1985
A sleazy gigolo seduces an eccentric rich woman who adores cats even though he can't stand them. In order to get her fortune, he brutally murders her and then declares total war on her feline pets.

Sandy Dennis ... Helen

Brad Davis ... Arthur

Virginia Capers ... Ruth
Billy Ray Sharkey ... Man
Tina Challey ... Molly

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Deborah Ludwig Davis ... Singer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Gloating Place

5 January 1986
Horrifying fate awaits an unpopular, gawky teen girl who feigns an assault in order to appear on the news with her favorite showy crime reporter.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Stephen Macht ... Carl Cansino
Isabelle Walker ... Samantha Loomis

Cindy Pickett ... Marcia Loomis
Christie Houser ... Debbie Spooner

Nicholas Hormann ... Bruce Loomis
Bill Calvert ... Peter Lake
Bill Gratton ... Detective #1
Michael Zand ... Teacher

Kristy Swanson ... Female Student #2
Lance Slaughter ... Male Student #1

Amy Sherman-Palladino ... Female Student #1 (as Amy Sherman)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Right Kind of Medicine

12 January 1986
An alcoholic doctor gives a wounded bank robber a prescription.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Jack Thibeau ... Joe

Robert Prosky ... Dr. Sutton A. Vogel

Michael C. Gwynne ... Bus Driver
Panchito Gómez ... Vernon

Pamela Dunlap ... Detective

Lyle Talbot ... Mr. Fletcher

Greg Finley ... Sergeant Henry Monroe
Jill Hill ... Stewardess

Maura Soden ... Bank Teller

Rif Hutton ... Policeman #1
Ruben Moreno ... Hispanic Man

Vaughn Armstrong ... Marine

Season 1, Episode 13: Beast in View

19 January 1986
A psychiatrist who is getting married receives threatening phone calls.
Janet Eilber ... Dr. Marion McGregor
Cliff Potts ... Roger Harden

Tom Atkins ... Police Lieutenant

Joseph Ruskin ... Dr. Kaufman
Mark Harris ... Bookstore Manager

Michele Marsh ... Woman in Bookstore

Gerald Berns ... Colin
Charles C. Stevenson ... Minister (as Charles Stevenson)

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 14: A Very Happy Ending

16 February 1986
A bitter son blackmails a hit man to kill his wealthy father.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Robert Loggia ... Charley

Joaquin Phoenix ... Pagey Fisher (as Leaf Phoenix)

John Aprea ... Fisher
Myrna White ... Martha
Danny Dayton ... Buzzy Carelli
Blackie Dammett ... Doug

Mel Harris ... Girlfriend
Michael Reed ... Boyfriend
Sydne Squire ... Stewardess
Ron Jarvis ... Clown
Mercer Helms ... Magician

Season 1, Episode 15: The Canary Sedan

2 March 1986
A wife travels to Hong Kong to join her businessman husband only to become haunted by the friendly spirit of his late Chinese lover. Since he still hasn't gotten over her, her spirit must help the wife win him back to join the afterlife.

Kathleen Quinlan ... Ann Foley

Peter Haskell ... Paul Foley
Adelle Lutz ... Lin Chin
Arsenio 'Sonny' Trinidad ... Feng Shui Man
Beulah Quo ... Herbalist

Ping Wu ... Victor

Michael Paul Chan ... Denning

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Ian Abercrombie ... Doctor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Enough Rope for Two

9 March 1986
A man's girlfriend invites her unstable cousin to join their weekend camping trip.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Jeff Fahey ... Ray Lee

Darlanne Fluegel ... Zoe

Tim Daly ... Scott

Charles Howerton ... Highway Patrolman
Jonathon Hugger ... Gas Station Attendant

Season 1, Episode 17: The Creeper

16 March 1986
A fashion designer thinks a serial killer has the keys to her apartment.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Karen Allen ... Jackie Foster

Timothy Carhart ... Rick

Clyde Kusatsu ... Detective
Lori Butler ... Carol Sheehan
Danny De La Paz ... Latino

Susan Peretz ... Neighbor

Sam Vlahos ... The Creeper
Fred Taylor ... Seedy Guy

S.A. Griffin ... Policeman #2
Frank Sheppard ... Black Man
Kellyn Plasschaert ... Receptionist

Tom Noga ... Policeman
John Kennedy Hayden ... Cashier (as John Hayden)
Sonny Klein ... Hot Dog Vendor

Season 1, Episode 18: Happy Birthday

23 March 1986
A man's quiet 50th birthday is interrupted when he is arrested for a murder from 22 years before. Dumbfounded, he tries to convince the detectives who are transporting him to the station of his innocence.

Season 1, Episode 19: The Jar

6 April 1986
A suffering artist finds a mysterious jar and decides to incorporate it into his exhibition. It's a enormous success, but it also causes problems around the household.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Griffin Dunne ... Knoll

Fiona Lewis ... Erica

Laraine Newman ... Periwinkle

Stephen Shellen ... Garson

Paul Bartel ... Art Critic

Werner Pochath ... Nazi (as Paul Werner)
Sunshine Parker ... Texan

Eileen Barnett ... Texan's Wife
Peter Risch ... Happy Kaufman (as Peter D. Risch)
Regina Richardson ... Female Art Type
Susan Moore ... Female Fashion Victim

Nathan Le Grand ... Male Fashion Victim

Roy Fegan ... Person #1
Leah Kates ... Person #2

Lori Lively ... Frail Woman (as Lori Lynn Lively)
Jeffrey Steven Kramer ... Guest #1

Season 1, Episode 20: Deadly Honeymoon

13 April 1986
A woman learns from a P.I. that her new husband is suspected of killing his first two wives for insurance money to cover his gambling debts. However, he convincingly denies it. Who to trust?

Victoria Tennant ... Bride

David Dukes ... Dr. Tom Rigby

Alan Fudge ... Wells

Nicolas Coster ... Phil

Lester Fletcher ... Furniture Salesman (as Lester C. Fletcher)

Jerry Boyd ... Doorman
Helen Powell Nemir ... Chief Resident
David Clover ... Policeman #1

Art Bonilla ... Parking Attendant (as Arturo Bonilla)

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 21: Four O'Clock

4 May 1986
A vengeful judge sets a lethal trap for his cheating wife and her mysterious lover but things don't go as planned.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Kenneth McMillan ... Judge Paul Magrew
Ellen Tobie ... Karen Magrew

Richard Cox ... Ben

Raymond Singer ... District Attorney Brooker

Nicholas Pryor ... Mr. Ryan
Robert Dryer ... Thief #1

Dennis Stewart ... Thief #2 (as Dennis C. Stewart)

Ernie Lively ... Policeman #2
James Ingersoll ... Policeman #1
Grant Owens ... Defense Attorney

Michael Yama ... Japanese Gardner
Joe Colligan ... Gas Man
Buzz Borelli ... Paramedic

Season 1, Episode 22: Road Hog

11 May 1986
An obnoxious, self-centered, oblivious road hog, Ed Fratus, prevents a man to get his dying son to a hospital in time. A couple of months later, Fratus returns to the same area. He's in for a surprise.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Burt Young ... Ed Fratus. the Salesman

Ronny Cox ... Sam Medwick

Lee Bryant ... Phyllis

David Cowgill ... Mike Medwick
Vincent Barbour ... Tom Medwick

Doug Savant ... Joey Medwick
Dennis Robertson ... E. R. Doctor
Ed Hooks ... Gas Station Attendant
Vernon Weddle ... Old Wildcatter

Robert Covarrubias ... Orderly
Jeff Tyler ... Tavern Patron

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Initiation

24 January 1987
A fraternity prank backfires, when a group of frat boys who love morbid practical jokes tells their nerd pledge to shoot their housemother with a gun filled with blanks.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Marion Ross ... Margaret Sturdevant

Peter Spence ... Andrew / Duke

Dean Hamilton ... John Mitchell
Albert Schultz ... Greg Turner
Jesse Collins ... Rick Muldoon

Andrew Jackson ... Parks

Doug Lennox ... Patrol Man

Season 2, Episode 2: Conversation Over a Corpse

31 January 1987
Two strange sisters who will do anything to keep a gentlemanly creditor from selling their house ask him to come to their house for a cup of tea.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Barbara Babcock ... Cissie Enright

John Vernon ... Mr. Brenner

Kate Reid ... Johanna Enright

Season 2, Episode 3: Man on the Edge

7 February 1987
A desperate man threatens to jump from his hotel window. In hopes of changing his mind, a dedicated police negotiator tries to get him to tell him the reason why. He won't like the answer.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Mark Hamill ... Danny Carlyle

Michael Ironside ... Lt. Rick Muldoon
David B. Nichols ... Captain Allard

Jessica Steen ... Sally Carlyle

Clark Johnson ... Officer Stoker
John Gilbert ... Mr. Springer
Jack Jessop ... Bell Man
James O'Regan ... T.V. Cameraman
Sam Stone ... Cabbie #1
Warren Van Evera ... Cabbie #2
Dick Callaghan ... Cabbie #3

Season 2, Episode 4: If the Shoe Fits

14 February 1987
An unemployed actor kills his twin brother, an advertising agency executive, and then assumes his identity - along with his wealth and beautiful wife. However, his brother's complicated life is not all that It's cracked up to be.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Ted Shackelford ... Garret / Jason Cook

Lawrence Dane ... Mr. Adams

Lori Hallier ... Samantha Cook

Colin Fox ... Victor Stouts
Cynthia Belliveau ... Dana Benson

Peter Hanlon ... Ralph
Denise Pidgeon ... Margo
William Colgate ... Lt. Askew

Lois Maxwell ... Ms. Golden

Season 2, Episode 5: The Mole

21 February 1987
A psychiatrist convinces a retiring police sergeant to help him track down his prematurely released mental patient nicknamed the Mole before he goes on a nightly killing spree. The sergeant forgets to check one thing.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Edward Herrmann ... Dr. Maxwell Stoddard / Litton

Don Francks ... Sgt.Jim Willis

Timothy Webber ... Alan (as Tim Webber)
Ann Ward ... Sally
Marilyn Boyle ... Gladys

Bernard Behrens ... Dr. Parks

Richard Hardacre ... Dr. Silver
Micheal Donaghue ... Deskman
Eric Stine ... Security Guard

Season 2, Episode 6: Anniversary Gift

28 February 1987
In cahoots with her lover, a traitorous wife buys her pet-loving husband a deadly snake that looks like a non venomous one in an attempt to commit the perfect crime and get her husband's life insurance.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Pamela Sue Martin ... Melinda Jensen

Peter Dvorsky ... Mark Jensen
Paul Hubbard ... Allen Farber
Sunny Besen Thrasher ... Peter Aquila (as Sunny Besen-Thrasher)
Robin White ... Paramedic

Season 2, Episode 7: The Impatient Patient

7 March 1987
Aggressively cheerful female hospital volunteer irritates a dying old man. After she kills his pet mouse, he decides to kill her but she unknowingly keeps ruining his murder plots.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

E.G. Marshall ... Charlie Pitt
Patricia Hamilton ... Mrs. Greysome

Patricia Collins ... Dr. Winton
James Edmond ... Philip Chase

Frances Hyland ... Edith Ferris
William Webster ... Mr. Prescott

Suzanne Cyr ... Christine
Rod Wilson ... Eddie
Irene Pauzer ... Freda Smith

Season 2, Episode 8: When This Man Dies

14 March 1987
A car mechanic assistant who owes money to a dangerous bookie receives a note with a name and a message that if said person dies, he will receive a nice paycheck. He tries to ignore it but the bookie threatens his wife.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Adrian Zmed ... Edgar Kraft
Brenda Bazinet ... Maureen Kraft

Frank Moore ... James Stuyvesant

Frank Adamson ... Lou Marks

Cec Linder ... Older Doctor
Cheryl Wilson ... Nurse
Ray Paisley ... Leon Dennison

Season 2, Episode 9: The Specialty of the House

21 March 1987
An arrogant food critic impressed by the mysterious house specialty meets his match in the southern belle who owns the restaurant and won't reveal her secret family recipe for the dish no matter what he tries.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

John Saxon ... Garth December
Neil Munro ... Russ Bennett

Jennifer Dale ... Betty Jo Bennington
Larry Aubrey ... Bernard
Derek Keurvorst ... John Maxwell
Robert Morelli ... Frank Keller
Peter Blais ... Man
Patricia Idlette ... Woman
Stella Sprowell ... Bag Lady

Season 2, Episode 10: The Final Twist

28 March 1987
Three friends, a studio accountant, a film editor and a female special effects designer, take revenge on their manipulative, sadistic boss, after he intentionally ruins their plans to go independent.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Martin Landau ... Wallace Garrison

Robert Wisden ... Mike Johnson
Ann-Marie MacDonald ... Denise Tyler
Murray Cruchley ... Lon Smith
Paul Soles ... Moses Harper

Season 2, Episode 11: Tragedy Tonight

4 April 1987
An inconsiderate acting student perfects her skills on her unsuspecting sister, which keeps distracting her from finishing a scale model for a business presentation before deadline. Things take a tragic turn when real danger appears.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Catherine Mary Stewart ... Rachel Jenkins
Isabelle Mejias ... Kelly Jenkins

Denis Forest ... Curt Slessinger
Robert Benson ... Mr. Stein

Sean Hewitt ... Ralph Elenson
Jeff Christensen ... Student

Glynis Davies ... Girl
Bob Collins ... Masked Man

Season 2, Episode 12: World's Oldest Motive

11 April 1987
A meek husband hires a contract killer with only one rule to murder his overbearing wife. The husband soon regrets his decision and decides to break the rule by trying to cancel the hit. But, there's something he's not aware of.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Dwight Schultz ... David Powell
Diane D'Aquila ... Ellen Powell

Cynthia Dale ... Kelly
David B. Nichols ... Mr. Smith
Toni Ellwand ... Rosita

Gloria Reuben ... Pam

George Buza ... Cal

Season 2, Episode 13: Deathmate

18 April 1987
Unhappy wife asks her grifter lover to kill her older, wealthy husband. But there's a twist.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Samantha Eggar ... Lisa Talbot

Wayne Best ... Mark Taylor

John Colicos ... Carter Talbot
Richard Monette ... Brian
Mary Beth Rubens ... Beth

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: VCR - Very Careful Rape

6 February 1988
A woman is raped while she is recording videotape message.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Melissa Sue Anderson ... Laura Donovan (as Melissa Anderson)

Cedric Smith ... Paul Stevens
Cheryl Wilson ... Molly Stevens (as Cheryl S. Wilson)
Laurie Paton ... Kathy

Joe Norman Shaw ... Steve (as Joe-Norman Shaw)
James Bearden ... Lt. Froman (as Jim Beardon)
Barbara Budd ... Detective Miller
David Walden ... Phil Rossetti

Season 3, Episode 2: Animal Lovers

13 February 1988
A woman thinks her dog was euthanized illegally.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Susan Anton ... Diane Lewis

Ron White ... Ray Tayler

Cec Linder ... Dr. Hoffman
Alec Willows ... Detective Brown
Tanja Jacobs ... Marjorie
Francine Volker ... Nurse

Season 3, Episode 3: Prism

20 February 1988
Several women who all happen to have something in common are suspects in a philandering lawyer's murder.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Lindsay Wagner ... Susan Forrester

Michael Sarrazin ... Lt. Steven Rykker

Brent Stait ... Jim Sweeny
Warren Davis ... Jerry Katzman
Vivian Reis ... Dorothy Katzman (as Vivian Reiz)
Susan Gattoni ... Liddia
Terry Doyle ... Coroner
Benjamin Barrett ... Kid #1
Thomas Anderson-Barker ... Redhead (as Thomas Anderson-Baker)
Bruce McFee ... Donovan

Season 3, Episode 4: A Stolen Heart

27 February 1988
A dying old rich man pays 2 million dollars to be the first in line for a heart transplant. Furious Dr. Burke demands that his patient, a dying young girl, gets the priority status. Meanwhile, someone steals the donor's heart for ransom.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

William Katt ... Dr. Burke

Bernard Behrens ... Dr. Heller
Damir Andrei ... Winters

Macha Grenon ... Katherine Murphy
Sharry Flett ... Judith Richardson
Kenner Ames ... Zimmerman

T.J. Scott ... Hardy

Patrick Rose ... Dr. Stevenson

Marco Bianco ... Jacobs
Johnny Goar ... Bennet
Murray Ellis ... Detective Lewis

Season 3, Episode 5: Houdini on Channel 4

5 March 1988
A magician summons the spirit of Houdini to rescue his kidnapped niece.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Nick Lewin ... Jack Barton (Barclay)
Carolyn Dunn ... Alicia Barclay

Barclay Hope ... Oliver Craig
Neil Munro ... David Barclay
Ray Paisley ... Lt. Lansing
Jan Filips ... Houdini
Charles Portainer ... Maitre D'
Rhonda D'Amour ... Girl

Season 3, Episode 6: Killer Takes All

12 March 1988
Two elderly men make a life-insurance pact.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Van Johnson ... Art Bellasco

Rory Calhoun ... Jimmie Thurson
Shelley Peterson ... Nurse Maxwell

Aaron Schwartz ... Dr. Stern
John Dee ... Boots
Diane Fabian ... Henrietta
Nolan Jennings ... Mr. Haverford
Susan Fletcher ... Mrs. Haverford
Alan Rose ... Bouncer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Hippocritic Oath

19 March 1988
A failing medical student plans to use murder to graduate.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Shaun Cassidy ... Dale Thurston
Mavor Moore ... Dean Compton
Cynthia Belliveau ... Mary Donovan

Eric Peterson ... Hank Stewart
J.R. Zimmerman ... McPherson

Lindsay Merrithew ... Steve

Anthony Sherwood ... Det. Simon
David Rosser ... Cop #1

Season 3, Episode 8: Prosecutor

26 March 1988
A corrupt prosecutor pursues the death penalty in a homicide case.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Parker Stevenson ... Clark Taylor

Lawrence Dane ... Joe Metcalf
Robert Morelli ... Rourke
Camilla Scott ... Pamela Vance

Roger Barnes ... Reporter
Dominic Cuzzocrea ... Staff #1 (as Domenic Cuzzocrea)
Carlton Watson ... Staff #2
Rod Heffernan ... Staff #3
Carla Charest ... Anchorperson
James O'Regan ... Cop

Season 3, Episode 9: If Looks Could Kill

23 April 1988
A desperate woman in love has plastic surgery to resemble a wealthy man's past love.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Michelle Phillips ... Katherine Clark

Duncan Regehr ... David Harrison

Peter MacNeill ... Dr. Austin

Lisa Schrage ... Kelly

Andrea Roth ... Anna
Sam Malkin ... D'Angelo
Dale Wilson ... Jason Clark

Season 3, Episode 10: You'll Die Laughing

30 April 1988
A comedian becomes obsessed with his fatal destiny.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Anthony Newley ... Phil Halloran
Gary Blumsack ... Jed Salk
Lorraine Landry ... Elizabeth Salk

Barry Flatman ... Bishop
J. Winston Carroll ... Carl Gafsky
Murray Cruchley ... Dr. Stevens
Ronnie Edwards ... Ted Rawley

Season 3, Episode 11: Murder Party

7 May 1988
A wealthy shady businessman is poisoned during his birthday party at his mansion. The main suspects are four of the people closest to him and they all had very good reasons to want him dead. Darkly comical plot twists ensue.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

David McCallum ... Lieutenant Cavanaugh

Leigh Taylor-Young ... Adelaide Walker
David Hemblen ... Andrew Walker

Michael J. Reynolds ... Potter
Christopher Bondy ... Jack McCarthy

Colin Fox ... Dr. Herman Vandenburg

Malcolm Stewart ... Frank Hamilton

Season 3, Episode 12: Twist

14 May 1988
Thinking that his rich wife is dying, a man plans his future with his mistress. What follows is twist, after twist, after twist, after twist.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Roberta Weiss ... Tirina Clark (as Roberta Bizeau)

Stella Stevens ... Georgia Brooks

Clive Revill ... Hector

Art Hindle ... Alton Brooks
David Christopher Adamson ... Pilot (as David Adamson)

Season 3, Episode 13: User Deadly

21 May 1988
A grumpy luddite detective facing retirement investigates a string of brutal serial killings committed by a sadistic computer freak.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Peter Spence ... Jerry

Harry Guardino ... Phil Mansfield
Geordie Johnson ... Dave Lawrence

Sean Hewitt ... Danny Mosely

Eugene Clark ... Andy Wilson
Ted Wallace ... Brendon Casey
Kim Nelles ... Carrie Mansfield
Heather Clifford ... Emmy
Kirsten Kieferle ... Ellen Fowler
Rod Wilson ... Paul

Season 3, Episode 14: Career Move

28 May 1988
A singer fakes suicide to boost his career.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

David Cassidy ... Joey Mitchell

Robert Wisden ... Marty Parks
Mary Beth Rubens ... Alison
Peter Virgile ... Billy Gunn

A.C. Peterson ... Tommy (as Alar Aedma)
Hal Johnson ... Detective Stone

Season 3, Episode 15: Full Disclosure

18 June 1988
A former Vietnam War corespondent plans to write a tell all book about the government's dealings there. He immediately becomes a target but who exactly wants him dead quickly becomes less clear.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Kevin Hicks ... Jeff Wyatt

Robert Lansing ... G. William Howe

Al Waxman ... Dale Linseman
Donald Davis ... Senator Powell
Eve Crawford ... Sandy Howe
Gerry Mendicino ... Lt. Jack Snyder

Ray Landry ... Officer Gibbons

Tedd Dillon ... Bennett

Season 3, Episode 16: Kandinsky's Vault

25 June 1988
A man has a secret reason for refusing to sell his old bookstore.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Robin Ward ... Adrian Gelthorpe

Eli Wallach ... Yosef Kandinsky
Roberta Wallach ... Charlotte Kandinsky

Lisa Jakub ... Missy
David Eisner ... Gordon Blake
Rex Hagon ... Follet
Marvin Karon ... Paul Jones
Chris Benson ... Policeman
Michael Rothery ... David Hackett
Reg Dreger ... Detective Jamison

Season 3, Episode 17: There Was a Little Girl...

2 July 1988
Young unscrupulous seductress tries to seduce and murder her rich stepfather but her mother has a different plan.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Michael Tucker ... Frank

Kate Vernon ... Donna

Wanda Cannon ... Martha

Wayne Robson ... Chief Pickett
James Kee ... Harry
David Christoffel ... Randy

Season 3, Episode 18: Twisted Sisters

9 July 1988
A sorority president encounters tragedy when she tries to get revenge on a new member by taking her one night to a haunted house in a closed fun park where a pledge of hers had previously died.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Mia Sara ... Sara Fletcher
Carolyn Dunn ... Candi Miller
Marianna Pascal ... Denise Dutton

Yannick Bisson ... Ty
Allison Mang ... Amanda Hansen
Stan Coles ... Detective Morrison
Clayton Ed McGibbon ... Watchman
Lane White ... Policeman #1
Richard Gira ... Policeman #2

Season 3, Episode 19: The 13th Floor

16 July 1988
An unscrupulous land developer who razes historic buildings is terrorized by what seems to be a vengeful ghost.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Laura Robinson ... Alyson Hanks

Anthony Franciosa ... Morris Conrad
Hal Eisen ... Doug Frazer
Ben Gordon ... Detective Harris
David Hughes ... Elevator Operator
Richard Comar ... Williams
Robert King ... Chauffeur
Irene Pauzer ... Dora
John Curtis ... Desk Clerk

Season 3, Episode 20: The Hunted: Part 1

30 July 1988
A man holds a real estate agent hostage in an office and threatens to shoot people from the window.

Edward Woodward ... Drummond

Kate Trotter ... Margaret Lord
Elizabeth Lennie ... Jill Drummond
James Hobson ... Father
Thor Bishopric ... Teenage Boy

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Hunted: Part 2

6 August 1988
The sniper's hostage learns his motive.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Edward Woodward ... Drummond

Kate Trotter ... Margaret Lord
David Fox ... Lt. Paul Hutchinson
Elizabeth Lennie ... Jill Drummond

Steve Makaj ... Sgt. Matt Phillips
Carl Ritchie ... Policeman - Jerry

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Fogbound

8 October 1988
On a fogbound night haunted by a serial killer, a man plans to seek revenge on the woman he blames for his girlfriend's murder.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Kathleen Quinlan ... Karen Wilson

Stephen Mendel ... Simon Carter

Jonathan Crombie ... Rick Garrison
Micheal Donaghue ... Sherriff Geary

Lindsay Leese ... Intern

Jeremy Ratchford ... Tom

Ric Sarabia ... Manuel Sanchez
Cliff Saunders ... Ed (as Clifford Saunders)

Season 4, Episode 2: Pen Pal

15 October 1988
A murderer escapes from prison and seeks his pen pal, a teenage girl, at her home, only to find her scared elderly aunt there instead.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Géza Kovács ... Lt. Berger

Jean Simmons ... Margaret Lowen

Page Fletcher ... John Harris
April Banigan ... Margie

Season 4, Episode 3: Ancient Voices

12 November 1988
A rich Hollywood lawyer is jealous when his wife tries to contact her dead ex-husband, so he kills her and frames the medium. Young eccentric rookie cop assigned to the case begins his investigation. Old western star Clete helps him.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Myron Natwick ... Adam Ouspensky (as Myron Harvey Natwick)

Richard Anderson ... Tom Northcliff

Doug McClure ... Clete Madden

J.C. MacKenzie ... Rick Hayden
Claire Cellucci ... Cheryl Northcliff

Rob Stewart ... Bradley
David Gardner ... Chief of Police
Denise Baillargeon ... Young Woman

Season 4, Episode 4: Survival of the Fittest

19 November 1988
At his home, an Englishman plays a deadly game of wits with a survivalist.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Patrick Macnee ... Thaddeus

Nigel Bennett ... Griffin
Robert McKenna ... Railroad Clerk

Season 4, Episode 5: The Big Spin

7 January 1989
A sleazy womanizing New York taxi driver gets a winning lottery ticket worth a million dollars but how to cash it in when it also proves that he murdered someone?

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Erik Estrada ... Vinnie Pacelli
Kathleen Laskey ... Sandy (as Kathy Laskey)

Guylaine St-Onge ... Tanya Verushka (as Guylaine St. Onge)
Ida Carnevali ... Mrs. Rodriquez

Maria Ricossa ... Torre

Suzanne Coy ... Rhonda
Marsha Nichols ... Mrs. Gold
Dick Callahan ... Sam
David Stein ... Detective Bryant
Robert Bidaman ... Detective Murphy

Season 4, Episode 6: Don't Sell Yourself Short

14 January 1989
Insider trading leads to murder and a double-cross.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Leon Pownall ... Richard Martin

David Soul ... Michael Dennison

Harvey Atkin ... Sam Wickes

Susan Hogan ... Joyce Martin
Erica Ehm ... Sally
Terry Thomas ... Customs Captain

Season 4, Episode 7: For Art's Sake

21 January 1989
An artist who by mutual agreement takes credit for his wife's work secretly cheats on her with their art dealer. His mistress turns jealous and demands that he chooses between her and his wife. Fearing for his career, he opts for murder.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Bruce Gray ... Bryan Holland

Simon Williams ... Arthur Hollister

Sheila McCarthy ... Debra (Sarah) Hollister

Michele Scarabelli ... Erica Fortune
Joan Heney ... Mrs. Collier

Allen Stewart-Coates ... Mr. Collier

Season 4, Episode 8: Murder in Mind

28 January 1989
A female mystery writer imagines murder next door.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Ann-Marie MacDonald ... Ellen Blanchard

Melissa Sue Anderson ... Julie Fenton (as Melissa Anderson)

Noel Harrison ... Charles Blanchard
Larry Lalonde ... Donald Fenton

Season 4, Episode 9: Mirror Mirror

4 February 1989
A twin uses her sister's instability for seduction and murder.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Graham McPherson ... Trevor Reed

Elizabeth Ashley ... Karen Lawson / Kate Lawson

Robert Collins ... Jimmy

Brent Stait ... Jim Sweeney
Robert McHeady ... Pharmacist
Steve Mousseau ... Big Man
Danny Dion ... Patrolman

Season 4, Episode 10: Skeleton in the Closet

11 February 1989
A rich couple shares a dark connection with Lizzie Borden.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Mimi Kuzyk ... Betty King

Jeff Wincott ... Tom King

Elias Zarou ... Larry Niles

Bill Lake ... Sam McKay
Elizabeth Hanna ... Janice Forbes
Michael Kirby ... Al Gordon

Season 4, Episode 11: In the Driver's Seat

18 February 1989
An abrasive race driver has trouble adjusting to paralysis.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

David James Elliott ... Ted (as David Elliot)

Greg Evigan ... David Whitmore

Nadine Van der Velde ... Rebecca Whitmore
Judy Sloane ... Ann
Bill MacDonald ... Dr. Allan Gilmour
Mary Long ... Nurse

Season 4, Episode 12: Driving Under the Influence

25 February 1989
A drunk driver hits a pedestrian and leaves her for dead.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Shirley Douglas ... Monica Logan

Mike Connors ... Robert Logan

John Novak ... Jason Hathaway

Gwynyth Walsh ... Anne Hathaway
David B. Nichols ... Det. Frank Weston
Laurie Paton ... Linda
James Hobson ... Pete Taylor
John Gardiner ... Bartender

Faye Dance ... TV Reporter
Doug Stratton ... Ed

Season 4, Episode 13: In the Name of Science

11 March 1989
A scientist barters his freedom with a formula.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Joseph Ziegler ... Dr. Hendricks

Dirk Benedict ... Dr. Rush

Catherine Disher ... Cindy Bertozzi
Sandey Grinn ... Dr. Clifford
James B. Douglas ... Dr. Bingham
François Klanfer ... Herzog

Season 4, Episode 14: Romance Machine

25 March 1989
In the future, a shy unhinged inventor creates a suave android double of himself to improve his love life. He shares this with his greedy boss. Plot twist after plot twist ensues.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Rich Hall ... Edgar / Eddie

Diane Franklin ... Paulette / Paula

Art Hindle ... Jack Gold

Barclay Hope ... Harvey

Season 4, Episode 15: Diamonds Aren't Forever

15 April 1989
In this James Bond spoof, a suave super spy called James (played by former James Bond actor George Lazenby) must retrieve a golden statue from an isolated hotel filled with spies and kooky characters.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Jack Blum ... Mickey
Eve Crawford ... Rachel

Don Lake ... A.C. Boone
Peter Langley ... Colonel

George Lazenby ... James ...
Araby Lockhart ... Mrs. Pickett
Sam Malkin ... Barney
Chris Moore ... Honi
Ian White ... Agent on TV

Season 4, Episode 16: My Dear Watson

22 April 1989
Sherlock Holmes and Inspector Lestrade seek kidnapped Dr. Watson.

Season 4, Episode 17: Night Creatures

29 April 1989
A reporter is drawn to a vampire-like rock star. Her friend and her boyfriend try to save her.

Jason Blicker ... Freak

Brett Cullen ... Cooper

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Ray James ... Max Cantilever
Michael Rhoades ... Martin Lecross
Stevie Vallance ... Holly (as Louise Vallance)

Season 4, Episode 18: The Man Who Knew Too Little

8 July 1989
A man wakes up in a hotel room, with amnesia, and the only people that seem even remotely familiar to him are the hotel receptionist, a girl he spent the night with and a businessman that's staying in the hotel.

Lewis Collins ... Bill Stewart
Cynthia Belliveau ... Cassie Wilson
Richard Sali ... Kovacs
Don Fenton ... Hamilton

Chuck Shamata ... Philip Bellamy

Frank Adamson ... Bartender
Tommy Earlls ... Bellhop
Kimball Fox ... Driver
Jackie May ... Maid

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Season 4, Episode 19: Reunion

15 July 1989
Seven Vietnam vets meet on the date of their leader's death.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Geraint Wyn Davies ... Paul Stebbins
James Blendick ... Colonel Stacy

Patricia Collins ... Laura Stacy
William Dunlop ... Marvin Raggs

Wayne Best ... Spindle Cook
Andrew Thomson ... Tom Libowitz

Michael Dyson ... James Hollister
Errol Slue ... Jackson Forbes
Jim Murchison ... J. J. Mahoney

Season 4, Episode 20: South by Southeast

22 July 1989
An actor is a victim of mistaken identity in this spoof of Hitchcock's North by Northwest (1959) which both tributes Hitchcock and serves as the series finale.

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)

Bernard Behrens ... Houseman

Patrick Wayne ... Michael Roberts

Cedric Smith ... Van Dorn
Pam Hyatt ... Mary Conn

Arlene Mazerolle ... Susan Sullivan
Shelley Young ... Francesca
William Laurin ... Laurin
Glenn Davis ... Davis

James Millington ... Auctioneer (as Jim Millington)

Hamish McEwan ... Bellhop
Michael Sloan ... Movie Producer (uncredited)

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