- (1960s-1970s) Short story collections: Edited a number of mystery short story collections.
- Lent his name to "Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine", a popular anthology that continued to publish after his death.
- (c. 1950s) Lent his name and character to a series of adolescent books called "Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators". The premise was that main character Jupiter Jones won the use of Hitchcock's limousine. Hitchcock also often wrote forewords to this series of books.
- (1958) Unsold pilot: Produced a pilot starring Dennis O'Keefe for a crime/adventure series to be called "Clue" as a professor of criminology who liked to put his theories into action.
- (1945) Radio: Hosted "Once Upon a Midnight". NOTE: This was either a proposed two-part radio play or a "pilot" for a series. Neither a second part nor further episodes are known to exist. It was available in record album format in 1987 under the title "Bela Lugosi Meets Alfred Hitchcock" (Radiola, MR-1162), with the Hitchcock episode on side B.
- (10/19/59) Radio: Appeared on BBC Radio's "Desert Island Discs" show. His luxury item was a continental railway timetable, his chosen book was Mrs Beeton's "Household Management" and his selected record was Richard Wagner's "Siegfried's Horn-call" (from the opera "The Ring of the Nibelung").
- (7/22/40) Radio: Directed the "Suspense" broadcast of "The Lodger". NOTE: This was the pilot for the "Suspense" series, and the pilot was initially called "Forecast". Edmund Gwenn appeared as "Mr. Bunting" and Herbert Marshall provided voice work.
- (11/15/96-11/16/96) Stage: His work, "Lifeboat," was presented for the 12th Annual Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, KY.
- (11/14/97-11/15/97) Stage: Directed Thornton Wilder's story, "Shadow of a Doubt," in a presentation for the 13th Annual Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, KY.