The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Season 3, Episode 2

Change of Address (12 Oct. 1964)

TV Episode  |   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery
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A older husband becomes very disenchanted with his wife at their new beach house, and has a devious plan for her.



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Episode cast overview:
Himself - Host
Keith Hollands
Elsa Hollands
Mr. Miley
Tisha Sterling ...
Robert Karnes ...
Arnold Lessing ...
Officer Raymo
Dancer (Apollo)


Keith Hollands finds a beach house for lease, but his wife Elsa hates it. Nevertheless, Keith tries to convince the previous owner to sell. Elsa sees beautiful Rachel strolling in the surf, but doesn't know that Rachel is the object of her husband's desire. Keith digs a trench in the cellar, ostensibly to eliminate dampness. Soon three policemen arrive... Written by Lewis Amack

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24 March 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Time was not kind to Arthur Kennedy, who was once a strikingly handsome leading man, but within ten years was playing character roles, like middle aged Keith Holland in this cliché ridden episode. Unhappily married to a humorless woman played by Phyliss Thaxter, Keith nevertheless insists on their purchasing a beach house that will be familiar to anyone who has ever seen a movie shot in Malibu. He loves it and she loathes it, sensing bad vibes. He flirts with the local young females, and in one of the more embarrassing scenes drags his wife to a youthful bar where they watch teenagers doing outrageous dances like "The Twist" and "The Mashed Potatoes," marveling at the very sight of it all. He starts an affair with a young babe, and this being 1962 it is never explained why she might be remotely attracted to him, but she is apparently his for the taking. He starts working out and trying to look younger, then begins digging a mysterious hole in the basement. Where could this possibly be leading? The surprise twist is okay, but it's been done before. Future heartthrobs Tisha Sterling and Michael Blodgett appear in tiny roles. In a way, you've seen this before.

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