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Episode cast overview:
Himself - Host
Stephen Dunne ...
The Young Man (as Steve Dunne)
Dr. Ralph Mannick
Percy Helton ...
Cyrus Rutherford
Jimmy - Bartender
Karl Lukas ...
Uncle Ben - Bar Owner
Bernadette Hale ...
Miss Sherman - Nurse
Tom Pace ...
The Man at the bar
Ottola Nesmith ...
The Woman
Andy Romano ...
The Young Workman


A young man has a minor accident walking down the street and a street person cons him into buying them a drink. It's only when they go to introduce themselves that the young man realizes he has no idea who he is and has suffered a complete loss of memory. In his pocket he finds a $1000 bill and the name and address for a Dr. Ralph Mannick. Mannick has no idea who he is but while at his office, the young man recalls who he is and why he had the doctor's name and a $1000. Written by garykmcd

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12 December 1961 (USA)  »

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15 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

***SPOILERS*** One of the best of the "Alfred Hitchock Presents" episodes with the original "Man with no name" Stephen Dunne who after suffering an accident at a city construction site, a wooden plank hit him on the head, totally forgot who he is and during the next 30 minutes desperately tries to find himself. Dazed and taken advantage off by this alcoholic hustler Cyrus Rutherford, Percy Helton, he met in the park who tries to get "The man with no name" to buy him a couple of free drinks at a local bar he realizes that he not only doesn't have a name but a place to go home ether. All that he finds on him is a $1,000.00 bill and a slip of paper with the name Dr. Ralph Mannick together with his address written on it.

Not knowing if he's Dr. Mannick or not "The with no name" goes to his office and tries to find out if he's him, Dr. Mannick, or a patient of his. Dr Mannick, Hough Marlow,has no idea at all to who "The man with no name" is but he tries to help him out but to no avail in trying to find out his identity. Frustrated and confused "The man with no name" goes to the elevator too check out of the building and suddenly it hits him! Not only does he know who he is but what kind of connection he has with Dr. Mannick! And it has nothing to do in being treated by him!

***SPOILERS***It would have been much better for everyone involved if "The man with no name " lost his memory permanently but sadly for Dr. Mannick as well as himself he didn't. Mind blowing ending to an up until the very end mindless, for "The man with no name". Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode. Like a man under hypnosis given the word to snap out of it he not only became aware of his surroundings but the reason he was there in the first place. And like a mind controlled zombie the now memory restored "Man with no name" sprung right into action.

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