A man's quiet 50th birthday is interrupted when he is arrested for a murder from 22 years before. Dumbfounded, he tries to convince the detectives who are transporting him to the station of his innocence.

Director:

Randy Roberts

Writer:

Frisco Miller

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Lane Smith ... Robert Warren
Lee de Broux ... Plainclothesman
Bruce Gray ... Billy Pearson
Arsenio Hall ... Cleavon
Sam Hennings ... Patrolman
Nana Visitor ... Doris
Sandy Ignon Sandy Ignon ... Hartenstein
Noel Conlon Noel Conlon ... Fred Tyler
Carolyn Carradine Carolyn Carradine ... Bev
James Boyce James Boyce ... Football Stud
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Robert Warren is turning 50 and he's trying not to have a midlife crisis. His wife is gone, he's now the old guy in the office and his health and lifestyle could be better but he keeps his spirit up and always tries to be nice and friendly towards everyone and enjoy life. On the evening on his birthday, he's alone at home reminiscing when the door bell rings. Two agents are there to arrest him for a murder they claim he committed 23 years ago. He is shocked and terrified and claims innocence. He even calls his lawyer, but the lawyer tells him that their arrest warrant is legitimate and that he has to go with them. The stress caused by this situation starts to get to Warren, so they agree to stop at a diner to grab something to eat. The agents talk about executions of those sentenced to death which only aggravates Warren's condition. Warren asks to go to the bathroom and in desperation runs away through the bathroom window. However, the agents and the sheriff immediately intercept him ...

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Release Date:

23 March 1986 (USA) See more »

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Connections

References The Flintstones (1960) See more »

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Redneck Girl
(uncredited)
Written by David Bellamy
Performed by Bellamy Brothers
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