A young divorcée must deal with an ogler and an obscene caller.

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Betsy Van Kennon
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A young divorcée must deal with an ogler and an obscene caller.

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3 November 1985 (USA)  »

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Thought-Provoking
17 August 2006 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Night Caller was a very riveting little episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents,-cleverly directed by John Byrum and very stirring.The plot centers around Betsy Van Kennon,(Linda Fiorentino) who is a recent divorcée moving into a new apartment in Marina Del Rey, set up for her by her ex-husband.

The music in this episode is very eerie,and plays very well to some of the chilling moments the viewer is treated to.A very intense mystery, and you are constantly wondering what is going to unfold next.This episode was adapted from a story by Gabrielle Upton.You are on the edge of your seat and guessing from start to finish.Solid performances from Fiorentino,Michael O'Keefe,Tony Bill, and guest star Stephen Davies chips in nicely as Detective Duane Calvin.


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