Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Season 2 Episode 4

Kill with Kindness

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Oct 21, 1956 on CBS
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Kill with Kindness
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Fitz Oldham plans to torch his home and fake his death to collect the insurance money with the help of his sister.

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    Hume Cronyn

    Hume Cronyn

    Fitzhugh Oldham

    Guest Star

    James Gleason (I)

    James Gleason (I)

    Mr. Jorgy

    Guest Star

    Margie Liszt

    Margie Liszt

     

    Guest Star

    Carmen Mathews

    Carmen Mathews

    Katherine Oldham

    Recurring Role

    Holly Bane

    Holly Bane

    The Fireman

    Recurring Role

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      • [Closing Narration]
        [No longer tied, Alfred steps down from the still smoking kindling]
        Alfred Hitchcock: I thought I'd better get out of there. I just rememebred that my tumbrel is double parked. I shall return next week at the same time to bring you another story, and to relate the further adventures of Alfred Hitchcock. Good night.

      • [Opening Narration]
        [As we begin, Alfred is tied to a stake with kindling all around him]
        Alfred Hitchcock: Good evening. Television fans can be so demonstrative and unpredictable. At the time this happened, I was under the impression I was being put on a pedestal. My wife's not going to like this.
        [The following line said as Alfred pull a cigarette from his coat]
        Alfred Hitchcock: She's always telling me not to leave my ashes on the floor.
        [Alfred lights the cigarette]
        Alfred Hitchcock: Tonight we present a very warm little story called Kill with Kindness.
        [Smoke begins to rise from the kindling]
        Alfred Hitchcock: Reception seems to be rather bad tonight. Is your screen clouding up? Mine is. I think we better run a test film first. If you have no difficulty in seeing it, we will show you our story.

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