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The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: The Photographer and the Undertaker

A photographer and an undertaker are employed as hit men by the same company... and are hired to eliminate each other.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x21
Airdate: Monday March 15th, 1965

Director: Alex March
Story: James Holding
Teleplay: Alfred Hayes

Guest Stars
Harry TownesHarry Townes
As Hiram Price
Jack CassidyJack Cassidy
As Arthur Mannix
Alfred RyderAlfred Ryder
As Rudolph
Jocelyn LaneJocelyn Lane
As Sylvia (Sylvia Sylvester)

Co-Guest Stars
Clegg HoytClegg Hoyt
As The Man
Philip BourneufPhilip Bourneuf
As Mr. Sylvester (Ernest Sylvester)
Jack BernardiJack Bernardi
As The Delicatessen Man
Joan SwiftJoan Swift
As Miss Whiting
Richard JuryRichard Jury
As Willis
Main Cast
Episode Quotes
Host: This is the end of the first half. Please change sides. Before we begin the second half, your local coach wishes to give you a pep talk. (cut to commercial)

Host: Who says this program doesn't have heart? Arthur and Sylvia lived happily ever after. She in San Diego, and he in San Quentin. One of California's finest prisons. There his roommate turned out to be Mr. Rudolph. It was rather sad to see Arthur's career cut short. By the time he was apprehended, he was only one heartbeat away from a vice presidency. A further note about football. a gunshot usually signals the end of the game. Which is where we are. (shoots) Oh dear, we shall have to get a new referee next time. Good night.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerNorman Lloyd
ProducerGordon Hessler
Music SupervisorStanley Wilson
HairstylistVirginia Darcy
Make-upBud Westmore
Set DecoratorJohn McCarthy, Jr.  |  Perry Murdock
Director of PhotographyJohn L. Russell
Art DirectorAlexander A. Mayer
Costume SupervisorVincent Dee
Film EditorDouglas Stewart
SoundEdwin J. Somers, Jr.
Assistant DirectorLester William Berke
Editorial SupervisorDavid J. O'Connell
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