"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" ran (on prime-time television) for 7 seasons (1955-1962). At this time its episodes were all 25 minutes in length and they were mainly directed by either Robert Stevens or Paul Henreid (with Hitchcock only directing but a few).
Hosted by the imitable Alfred Hitchcock - This TV presentation did absolute wonders to boost said-director's celebrity status and turn his name into one of the most easily recognizable of his generation.
Even though these episodes are all more than 60 years old, they do manage (for the most part) to hold up quite well with their thrilling tales of mystery, horror, and crime.
(*Quote by host, Alfred Hitchcock as he's announcing the up-coming commercials at the end of the show*) - "I hope you have enjoyed our program. Seeing murder on television can help to work off one's antagonisms. And, if you haven't got any antagonisms, these commercials will give you some."
Good evening, f-f-f-folks! It's time to tune in, once more, to the master storyteller as he delights viewers with some of the most deliciously wicked and delightfully chilling television ever aired (1957-1958).
This program that ran for 6 seasons (1955-1962) has been the winner of both an Emmy and a Golden Globe award.
*Note* - Contrary to what I believe most viewers erroneously think - Hitchcock did not direct all of this program's episodes. No, he didn't. Out of these 39, he only directed 3 of them.
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