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"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" One for the Road (TV Episode 1957) Poster

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[introduction]

Alfred Hitchcock: [locked in the stockades] Good evening. Methinks I should never have come to the colonies. Here I am, the producer's dream, a captive audience. Unfortunately, knowing the producer, I have already seen tonight's story several times. It is called, "One for the Road." They say there are two sides to every question, but tonight's little problem has three sides. For it is that age old bit of marital geometry, the eternal triangle.

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[first lines]

Charles Hendricks: Marsha?

Marsha Hendricks: I'm coming, darling.

Charles Hendricks: Where are my cigarettes?

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[last lines]

Charles Hendricks: Why not? One for the road.

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[afterword]

Alfred Hitchcock: It's good to be free again, which is more than Beryl Abbott is. You see, she was arrested and paid for her crime. Next time we shall be back with another story. Good night.

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