The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Season 1, Episode 21

I'll Be Judge - I'll Be Jury (15 Feb. 1963)

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Relatives of a murdered newlywed decide to bring the killer to justice themselves.



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Episode credited cast:
Himself - Host
Mark Needham
Theodore Bond
Alex Trevor
Sarah Marshall ...
Louise Trevor
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ...
Inspector Ortiz (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Eric Tovar ...
Sgt. Perez
Zolya Talma ...
Mrs. Bond
Eileen O'Neill ...
Laura Needham
Judith De Hart ...
Margaret Bond (as Judith DeHart)
Martin Garralaga ...
Mexican Priest
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mike De Anda ...


Relatives of a murdered newlywed decide to bring the killer to justice themselves.

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Pretty Suspenseful, Despite Some Padding
20 March 2015 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Albert Salmi's storekeeper Bond is such a mousy character. Still, he's got a burly body, so he may be the strangler, after all. Seems Bond's car almost hit Mark (Graves) and his wife by roadside in Mexico where the latter are vacationing. Then while Mark's napping, his wife turns up strangled in the woods. Everybody, including the Mexican cops figures Bond's done it, but can't prove it. So how to get the goods on him, that is, if he is guilty.

The first part's pretty suspenseful as Mark plays aggressive cat and mouse with Bond, trying to incriminate him. It's not clear at first why Alex (Nelson) and Louise (Marshall) suddenly enter the picture, though that becomes clearer later on. The last part, however, appears padded with the cat and mouse dragging out beyond effect. Unlike the half-hour shows, this was a chronic problem for the hour-long Hitchcocks. Nonetheless, about 40-minutes into things, there's a major twist that no one, I'll bet, sees coming. Anyway, Salmi, in particular, turns in an adept performance in a role unlike his usually belligerent ones. All in all, it's a suspenseful story, with some imaginative touches.

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