One of those it-isn't-what-you-think stories which this series specialised in, and which prove to be comic, but distinctly unsettling. It's very typical of Alfred Hitchcock to show us a yarn in which nothing's what it seems, to show us that it's dangerous (if not deadly) to go by appearances. The portly, small-eyed Robert Emhardt, often cast as dubious characters in this show, is on top form as the lightning-tempered Mr. Moon, who's got a real down on Biff McGuire's hapless husband and takes a sadistic delight in tormenting him. But - well, you'll just have to see for yourself. The wife, by the way, is played by Mary Scott, second wife of Hitchcock's old friend, Sir Cedric Hardwicke.
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