Alfred Hitchcock: I hope you weren't displeased by the lack of bloodshed in tonight's story. It's impossible for us to stage a murder every night. We're running out of victims. Of course, we could replenish our supply by presenting this as an audience participation show. However, for the present at least, I think we'll muddle along in the old way. That's all for tonight. Next time, we shall have another story to tell you, and I hope you will allow us to come into your living room. It's, uh, (glances at ceiling) terribly stuffy closed up in this dusty television set. Good night.