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You Can't Be a Little Girl All Your Life 

A woman beaten by an unknown attacker, comes under great pressure by her husband and the police to identify a suspect.



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Episode cast overview:
Alfred Hitchcock - Host
Tom Barton
Julie Barton
Lt. Christensen
Frank Milan ...
Dr. Vaughn
Mr. Dahl
Mr. Dutton
Dr. Karlweiss
Keith Britton ...
The Policeman
Larry Perron ...
Charles Brunner
Tom Gilleran ...
The Delivery Man


Julie Barton is attacked in her bedroom by a stranger and can't provide much information to the police and the district attorney. She remembers biting into a leather glove when he put his hand over her mouth, but little else. Traumatized by the incident and under pressure from the police, she identifies a vagrant as the perpetrator but she is clearly unsure. Only when she makes a startling discovery is the identity of her attacker revealed. Written by garykmcd

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21 November 1961 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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False Eye Lashes
23 February 2012 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Following an attack in her bedroom, bruised and distressed Carolyn Kearney (as Julie) tells police she may not be able to recognize her attacker. The attack is one of a series in the area, police reveal. All Ms. Kearney can offer is that the man might have been tall, and she bit into a gloved hand held over her mouth. The police wonder if Kearney "wants to forget." Businessman husband Dick York (as Tom Barton) encourages Kearney to identify her attacker when police arrange a "line-up", but his wife isn't certain. The case seems solved, until a surprise ending. Interesting, but it doesn't add up.

**** You Can't Be a Little Girl All Your Life (11/21/61) Norman Lloyd ~ Carolyn Kearney, Dick York, Frank Milan

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