Barry Morse: (regarding his role in an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents) I remember working on a show for Alfred Hitchcock in which the noted writer and dramatist Ray Bradbury developed the idea that at some time in the future most things had been taken over by machinery, by computers of various kinds, including the administration of justice. At the time of this teleplay computers were a relative novelty. In this future time a young man was charged with an offense against the state and marshaled into a huge building crammed with banks and banks of computers. These computers would absorb and assess the evidence, circumstances and facts in his case. All of them were operated by one master button-puncher – played by me.