Alfred Hitchcock Presents -  Season 4

Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Season 4

Director: Arthur Hiller, Bretaigne Windust, David Swift
Cast: Alfred Hitchcock

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Legendary, award-winning and suspenseful, Alfred Hitchcock Presents set the gold standard for all TV mystery series to come and has remained an indelible part of popular culture. And now, the complete fourth season (1958-9) -- all 36 episodes -- is available on DVD for fans to enjoy again and again. Join guest stars Steve McQueen, Bette Davis, Claude Rains, Cloris Leachman, Roger Moore, Walter Matthau, Brian Keith, Elizabeth Montgomery, Art Carney, Mary Astor, Barbara Bel Geddes, Denholm Elliott, Dick York, Leslie Nielsen, and more as they act in stories of intrigue and murder, all under the watchful eye of the Master of Suspense himself.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/24/2009
UPC: 0025195017190
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 15:30:00
Sales rank: 9,203

Special Features

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alan Napier Charles Harrington
Albert Salmi Bradley
Art Carney Cyril T. Jones
Arthur Hill Howard Wilcox
Barbara Bel Geddes Helen Brewster
Barry Sullivan Mark Robeson,Raymond Houston
Bette Davis Miss Fox
Brian Keith Arnold Shawn
Chill Wills Mr. Kilmer
Claude Rains Andrew Thurgood
Dennis Day Alexander Gifford
Dick York Norman Logan
Eddie Foy Burglar
Franchot Tone Oliver Mathews
Gary Merrill Carl,Joseph Pond
John McGiver Arthur Motherwell
John Smith Irving Randall
Kent Smith Gilbert Hughes
Marsha Hunt Blanche Herbert
Mary Astor Mrs. Fenimore,Grace Dolan
Norman Lloyd Charlie Brailing
Olive Deering Thelma Tompkins
Paul Douglas Bill Fleming
Phyllis Thaxter Lucy Pryor
Ralph Meeker John Forbes,Mel Reeves
Reginald Gardiner Major Cock-Finch
Richard Kiley Harry Adams
Robert Alda Ben Nelson
Robert Horton Brad Taylor
Torin Thatcher Felix Manbridge
Wayne Morris Bret Johnson
Wendell Corey Timber Woods
William Demarest Tom Akins
Alice Backes Jennifer Gifford
Allyn Joslyn Mort Bonner
Betsy VonFurstenberg The Daughter
Celia Lovsky Mrs. Mannerheim
Cloris Leachman Mrs. Templeton
Denholm Elliott John Manbridge
Don Dubbins Philip Pryor
Doro Merande Mrs. Herman
Dorothy Provine Sharon Trotter
Elizabeth Montgomery Karen Adams
Everett Sloane Mr. Marriner
Hazel Court Lady Gwendolyn Avon
Hugh Marlowe Philip Baxter
James Congdon Eddie McMahon
James Donald Harry Pope
Jane Greer Mrs. Cannon-Hughes
Joanna Moore Virginia Pond
Joe Maross Joe Philips
Joyce Meadows Janice Wright,Francie Randall
Kenneth Haigh John Bedford
Leora Dana Naomi Shawn
Leslie Nielsen Lloyd Ashley
Margaret Leighton Iris Teleton
Marian Seldes Lydia Brailing
Mary Scott Nurse Copeland
Nancy Olson Jan Manning
Peggy Cass Rhoda Motherwell
Philip Coolidge William Tritt
Roscoe Ates Ben White,Pop Henderson
Russell Collins Dad,Bill Finley
Sam Buffington Smalley
Steve McQueen Bill Everett
Tom Helmore Miles Farnham
Walter Matthau Officer Chandler
Alan Hewitt Albert Magnum,George Maynard
Alex Gerry Dr. Landers
Arnold Moss Dr. Ganderbay
Barbara Baxley Anne
Ben Johnson Sheriff
Biff McGuire Larry Templeton
Carmen Mathews Miss Hall
Elizabeth Fraser Dorothy Forbes
Fay Spain Leslie Lenox
Frank Albertson Sgt. Kirby
Frank Silvera Senor Rodriguez
Fred Essler Arthur
Gertrude Flynn Aunt Catherine
Gordon Wynn Kenneth Jerome Sr.
Herbert Anderson George
Howard I. Smith Stanton C. Barryvale
James Westerfield Commissioner Cummings
Jane Dulo Jocelyn Bonner
Jay Jostyn Morgan
Jeanette Nolan Mrs. Trotter
John Williams Inspector Brent
Lori March Eve Ashley
Murray Matheson Oliver Teleton
Patricia Breslin Mrs. Adams
Patricia Hitchcock Pat
Ray Teal Fire Chief
Rick Jason Arthur
Robert Morse Sandy
Robert Webber Paul Brett
Shai Ophir Bourdette
Stephen Bekassy Dr. Anton Rudel
Tom Conway Inspector
Tyler McVey Editor Cargan
Wilton Graff Mr. Pinkson,Fulton Agnew
Almira Sessions Mrs. Merrell
Anna Navarro Maria
Barbara Lord Susan Manning
Charles Meredith Dr. Lacey
David Carlile Langley,Actor
Dody Heath Laura Fleming
Elliott Reid Tom
Ernestine Barrier Mrs. Bledsoe
Fay Wray Mrs. Nelson
Fritz Feld Jeweler
Hal Thompson Albert
Helen Conrad Mrs. Beasley
Herbert Lytton Doctor
Hilda Plowright Mae Thorpe
Ida Moore Kitty
Irene Windust Myra Robbins
Jack Lambert Hitman
James Coburn Andrews
James Cotton Job Applicant
Jocelyn Brando Alice
Joe de Santis Actor
Liz Carr Adele Thompson
Mark Richman Off. Barrett
Mike Kellin Fugitive
Peter Lazer Johnny Templeton
Ralph Clanton Mr. Saunders
Richard Erdman Charlie Brown
Robert Bray Lieutenant Flannelly
Walter Burke Benny
Weaver Levy Houseboy
Wesley Lau Police Detective,Deputy
William Challee Barney
William Hansen Harry Babcock
Alan Marshal Mr. Pryor
Anne Anderson Elsie Wilcox
Arthur Batanides Police Detective
Arthur Marshall Elevator Man
Barry Harvey Actor,Constable Longdon
Brian G. Hutton Kenneth Jerome Jr.
Charity Grace Elderly Boarder
Charles Watts Judge Stanton
Dorothea Lord Jessica,Maid
Edwin Jerome Justice Cobb
Gage Clarke Doctor
George Navarro Waiter
Herb Ellis Breslin
J. Pat O'Malley Bartender
Jack Mulhall Conductor
James Kirkwood Dave
Joby Baker Thor
John O'Leary Head Security Officer
John Zaremba Dr. Maxwell
Ken Lynch Police Lieutenant
Kenneth Patterson Thomas Bergman
King Calder Actor
Leonard Strong Doctor
Madge Kennedy Mrs. Mary Hughes
Max Adrian Robert Stone
Peter Walker Cam Bledsoe
Ruth Storey Evelyn Wilson

Technical Credits
Alfred Hitchcock Director,Hosted By,Executive Producer
Arthur Hiller Director
Bretaigne Windust Director
David Swift Director
Don Taylor Director
Herschel Daugherty Director
John Brahm Director
Leonard Horn Director
Norman Lloyd Director
Paul Almond Director
Paul Henreid Director
Robert Stevens Director

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Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Season 4 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
AskPappy More than 1 year ago
To date, I've purchased all four seasons, the 4th being the most recent. I've always been a fan of Alfred Hitchcock and the episodes presented on DVD are superb--free of commercials too. I've been particularly fond of seeing budding actors & actresses in roles early in their careers, thanks to Mr. Hitchcock. The plots unveiled in the episodes are still unique despite their presentation about fifty years ago. Looking forward to the 5th Season, whenever it's released.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are a fan you must have all four of the sets. There is only enjoyment ahead.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Maybe I have watched the previous three seasons too many times while impatiently waiting for this one, but the fourth season seems to be the best yet. It is wonderful to see some of the same actors again (Barbara Bel Geddes, John Williams, and of course Pat Hitchcock), and it's surprising to see some actors who don't seem like Hitchcock "types" (Walter Matthau, Dennis Day, and Steve McQueen). There seem to be more episodes that lean towards dark humor than to suspense, and there is at least one passing reference to an episode in a previous season. Hitchcock seems to be enjoying taking his shots at "the sponsor" more than ever. Excellent DVD on all counts.
1Atomic More than 1 year ago
Brilliant Hitchcock at his very best. Excellent way to enjoy short vignettes one right after another, especially when you find a file to be too long! These classic short stories or "plays" as the late talented Mr. Hitchcock called them, are all gripping tales filled with intrigue, mystery and suspense. An added bonus to his genius is the usual moral at the ending of each exciting nail-biting episode. How nice it is to have Alfred Hitchcock narrate each show, adding to the exquisite experience while cuddled up in front of the television DVD player on a chilly evening. Now, that is how I enjoy these splendid programs. Enjoy the collection in your own way! YOU SHOULD BUY SEASON ONE, TWO AND THREE FIRST, I think... as the order is important, but not necessary!