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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I don't think Hitchcock wrote this
24 November 2013 | by (pa.) – See all my reviews

I agree with everything the previous two reviewers wrote, with the added observation that there is a huge plot-hole when Peter Graves character (Needham?) reveals to Bond that he and his wife were the couple that he almost ran down a few days earlier. Bond must have known that the woman he strangled later that same day was Needham's wife, so why wasn't he suspicious when Needham approached him claiming he wanted to be friends. Also worth noting, the bell-tower scene at the end is very phony, and the acting is pretty lame as though they realize this story has no credibility. I find it hard to believe Hitchcock the master of suspense put his name on this.

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