Unstable, mousy wife of a good, caring man becomes the victim of an unsolved assault. His blind outrage over this leads to a bizarre tragedy.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
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Himself - Host (archive footage)
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Lisa Tate
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Professor John Tate
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Police Officer
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Dr. Marianne Campbell
Beth Miller ...
Cindy
Victoria Ann Lewis ...
Receptionist (as Victoria Ann-Lewis)
Ángela Moya ...
Nurse
Dennon Rawles ...
Male Dance Instructor
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Mailman
Courtenay McWhinney ...
Bag Lady
Fred Taylor ...
Biker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anthony S. Johnson ...
Orderly
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Lisa Tate is not well. She's showing signs of instability and paranoia and she's afraid to go outside fearing that someone might harm her. Her quaint husband John, professor of English literature, cares a lot about her and tries to convince her to go to a dance class and have some fun since she loves to dance. She does so, dances to some Phil Collins with her class and feels great afterwards. Unfortunately, on her way home she runs into a hulking sleazy man who creeps her out and she becomes panicked, anxious and paranoid all over again. She runs to her house and locks herself in only to be attacked by an unseen assailant. John is shocked at what happened and when she asks him to avenge her, he agrees. However, John is tragically missing the bigger picture.

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29 September 1985 (USA)  »

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This is a remake of the premier episode of "Hitchcock Presents," originally aired on 2 Oct 1955, with Ralph Meeker, Vera Miles, Frances Bavier, and John Gallaudet. See more »

Connections

Remake of Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Revenge (1955) See more »

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Sussudio
Performed by Phil Collins
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Pilot of the Original AHP Pilot!
25 August 2013 | by (Seymour Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Thirty years later, this is the pilot of the original pilot. As Hitchcock would refer to it in the original opening of his soon to be classic show, a sweet little love story called..."Revenge!" As it has the same story as it is about a wife who is unstable and thinks that a man has raped her. As her professor husband is dead set on finding the creep that this to her.

Only for her to not be so sure of herself. As she is just that, unstable. Still unlike the original where the husband was put to justice to pay for his crimes. It shows her saying she does not know why attacked her as the husband becomes confused.

Not as good as the original. But it is still Hitchcock like!


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