Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Season 2 Episode 17

My Brother Richard

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Jan 20, 1957 on CBS
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A man kills his brother’s opponent for the governor’s office.

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    Martin Ross

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    Harry Townes

    Harry Townes

    Richard Ross

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    Inger Stevens

    Inger Stevens

    Laura Ross

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    Ray Teal

    Ray Teal

    Sheriff

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      • [Closing Narration] Alfred Hitchcock: Thus ends "My Brother Richard." Needless to say, Mrs. Golm was brought to trial, but fortunately, the jury took into account many of the circumstances we saw reenacted tonight. On our next program, we shall present another story, and I will also be back to present the magernalia. Until then, good night.

      • [Opening Narration] Alfred Hitchcock: (standing in front of a mechanical pony) Good evening. I firmly believe everyone should indulge now and then in some sort of athletic sport, don't you? Personally, I don't require much exercise, since I lead a very spartan existence. But when I do, I find my needs are adequately filled by such sports as riding, or reading the less violent portions of the Sunday papers. Of course, for a true test of bodily coordination I think there's nothing better than lying in a hammock. But I suppose that that would only appeal to those of you who enjoy living dangerously. As for tonight's play, it is called "My Brother Richard" and it begins in a country club. By the way, golf is one game I've never cared much for. I don't like the paperwork. I find adding up my stroke so fatiguing.

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