A rebellious, pretty teenage girl uses any means, even murder, to get free of her protective aunt who is raising her.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Alfred Hitchcock - Host
Aunt Mae
Sheriff Matt


Janice is a beautiful 17 year old who longs to be free from the influence of her guardian Aunt May. She also wants to get out of the small town she's in. She asks her boyfriend Stan to marry her so that they can run away. Since he doesn't have a job, he keeps putting of the marriage. Janice do something herself. She meets a man named Tex and lures him home for a drink. When she hears a car outside she starts fighting with Tex. She rips her clothes and knocks over furniture. A policeman who sees Janice with Tex enters the house. Upon entering the house, he discovers Aunt May's body. Janice tells the policeman that Tex killed her. The policeman accepts the girl's story. Then, however, Stan arrives. Having gotten a job he had come by the house to take Janice away. He found Aunt May's body lying in the spot where Janice left it after pushing her down the stairs. Written by Anonymous

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1 December 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Janice throws a glass of milk in Tex's face. Moments later when confronting a policeman, Tex's face and shirt are completely dry. See more »

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Carol Lynley with Horns
22 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember Carol Lynley from a "shocking" teenage movie in the early sixties. It was called "Blue Denim" and also starred the ill fated Brandon de Wilde, in one of his last performances. She is a rather innocent girl who finds herself pregnant. We feel great empathy for the two of them. In this film, she is the opposite. While she looks the same, she is a true vamp. She lives with an aunt who has taken her in and she is bored with every part of her life, which leads to cruelty to everyone she encounters, most noticeably her doting boyfriend. She moans on and on about how awful things are for her. One night she finds the worldly Tex (Vincent Edwards, probably around the time Ben Casey was going into production. She plays with his feelings, even though he is ultra-suspicious of her. Her acting absolutely steals the entire episode. Facially, she employs every nuance possible. She went on the a substantial career, including a more matronly effort on Twin Peaks. The episode is typical Hitchcock Presents, but see it to watch Carol Lynley.

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