The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Season 3, Episode 2

Change of Address (12 Oct. 1964)

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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
Michael Blodgett ...
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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Arthur Kennedy and Phyllis Thaxter
1 January 2012 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Change of Address" is a strong episode filled with melancholy, featuring Arthur Kennedy as Keith Hollands, a middle aged playboy seeking a younger lifestyle, only held back by his wife Elsa (Phyllis Thaxter), who has been recovering from a bad fall on the ski slope. Keith is enamored of a Malibu beachhouse and wants to buy it, but Elsa hates the water, and anyone pretty nearby who might tempt her husband's easily wandering eye. The banter between the pair is rarely warm, as Keith displays little concern for his wife's fears about their new home, which only grow worse over time. Seeking answers about the house's background, Elsa decides to write the wife of the previous owner, now supposedly living in Texas, while the owner resides in Seattle, still receiving his wife's mail. Kennedy makes a suitably cold villain, while the attractive Phyllis Thaxter still fills out her swimsuit quite nicely, never once losing audience sympathy. Among another superb cast is Royal Dano as the real estate man, and the teenaged Tisha Sterling as the object of Keith's desires (her mother, Ann Sothern, appears in the very next episode).

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