Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Season 1 Episode 28

Portrait of Jocelyn

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Apr 08, 1956 on CBS
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A man starts seeing reminders of his missing wife - five years after her disappearance and on the anniversary of his remarriage.

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    John Baragrey

    John Baragrey

    Arthur Clymer

    Guest Star

    Philip Abbott

    Philip Abbott

    Mark Halliday

    Guest Star

    Nancy Gates

    Nancy Gates

    Debbie Halliday

    Guest Star

    Raymond Bailey

    Raymond Bailey

    Jeff Harrison

    Recurring Role

    Harry Tyler

    Harry Tyler

    Motel manager

    Recurring Role

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      • (Opening narration)
        Alfred Hitchcock: (Getting ready to paint a picture) What an extraordinary thumb. It completely obscures the subject i'm painting. I used to paint along the roadside, but I had to quit. Motorists insisted on giving me rides. Hold that pose. Remain perfectly still for the next half hour. Care to see my handiwork? I have several canvases ready. (He shows his paintings which read: "POST NO BILLS", "KILROY WAS HERE".) Or, if you like something more erotic. (Shows another which reads: "PAS DE STATIONNEMENT".) It's French, and of course. (He shows yet another which reads: "PLEASE STAND BY".)

      • (Closing narration)
        Alfred Hitchcock: And so Mark Halliday finally found the bluebird of happiness. It had been there all the time. In any theatrical presentation, the next-to-closing spot is deemed the most advantageous. That explains the placement of this number in tonight's variety show. (Fades to commercial than back to Alfred Hitchcock.) Bravo, Bravo. That was a real showstopper, in every sense of the word. Now I see there is just time enough for me to wish you pleasant dreams. And a happy analysis. Good night.

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