Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Season 4 Episode 33

The Dusty Drawer

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM May 31, 1959 on CBS
7.7
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The Dusty Drawer
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Norman Logan was once cheated by a man named William Tritt. He uses a secret door in a table to extract his revenge.

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  • If you can't trust the bank, who can you trust?

    7.0
    A silly story, if quite nicely done; its problem is one that was often in evidence in this series, which is that twenty minutes or so is actually a bit too long for it. Dick York is the absent-minded academic who knows quite well that supercilious bank employee Philip Coolidge pinched $200 from his account to cover up a discrepancy and who now uses an elaborate trick, spread over many weeks, to get his revenge. Poor Coolidge ends up in a mental hospital and loses his job, but York gets his money back. You might wonder if revenge isn't a bit too savage, in the circumstances, and it's certainly quite unbelievable that no-one would work out what was going on. However, it's modestly diverting and well-acted.moreless
Wilton Graff

Wilton Graff

Mr. Pinkson

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Dick York

Dick York

Norman Logan

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Philip Coolidge

Philip Coolidge

William Tritt

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