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Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Season 1 Episode 11

Guilty Witness

Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Dec 11, 1955 on CBS
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Neighbors overhear a terrible quarrel from the couple upstairs. When the husband disappears, they suspect foul play.

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    Judith Evelyn

    Judith Evelyn

    Amelia Verber

    Guest Star

    Joe Mantell

    Joe Mantell

    Stanley Crane

    Guest Star

    Robert F. Simon

    Robert F. Simon

    Detective Halloran

    Guest Star

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      • Alfred Hitchcock: (Opening narration) (fiddling with a noose) Oh, good evening. I was, ah, just constructing a mobile for my living room. They tell me the Foreign Hand is becoming less popular these days. I like it, though. I'm just old-fashioned, I guess, much for fine art. This evening, we have another in our series of plays designed especially for insomniacs. Actually, our stories don't cure you of insomnia, but they do take your mind off your problem by stimulating your imagination and give you something to think about as you lie there in the dark. Tonight's story will follow after we give this wake-ful-ness test.
        Alfred Hitchcock: (Closing narration) Well, that was a touching ending. Of course, none of the story really happened. It was all made up. Just a tissue of lies out of some writer's head. For the benefit of those of you who prefer truth to fiction, we shall now present some. Here, before I return, are some unadorned facts presented honestly and candidly and with impartiality and objectivity. (fade to commercial) You know, truth may be stranger than fiction after all, but tune in again next week when we have a real whopper to tell you. Good night.

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