George Piper is a bank teller and gambler. One day, a gambler named Victor arrives at the bank and makes a large withdrawal. Later, George visits Victor and kills him. He takes Victor's ... See full summary »

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George Piper is a bank teller and gambler. One day, a gambler named Victor arrives at the bank and makes a large withdrawal. Later, George visits Victor and kills him. He takes Victor's money and hides it in a secret place in his teller's cash drawer at the bank. The police question George, but clear him of any wrongdoing. George's boss, however, fires him. He demands the key to the crash drawer where George hid the money in order to give it to George's replacement. Written by Anonymous

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8 June 1958 (USA)  »

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Alfred Hitchcock - Host: [after sawing a lady in half] I can now report that the operation was a huge success. Our patient now has what she wanted, perfect measurements, 36 - 0 - 36.
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Another Thoughtless Stupid Crime
5 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is another one of those episodes where we actually pull for the guy. While he is a despicable masher who cares about no one but himself, he does set up a great pension for himself by using murder as his vehicle. Unfortunately, he doesn't count on variables that can do in the whole plan. He also doesn't allow himself to keep a low profile. He is combative and arrogant and this is his downfall. This is another case of a person who doesn't think things through. When painting a floor, always leave yourself an out. He, unfortunately for him, leaves himself no options. This is pretty well done, though the concluding scene seems a bit strained. It does have that nice Hitchcock twist and I enjoyed it.


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