The Alfred Hitchcock Hour/An Out for Oscar

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An Out for Oscar
Season 1, Episode 26
Airdate April 5, 1963
Teleplay by David Goodis
Based on from a novel by
Henry Kane
Directed by Bernard Girard
Produced by Norman Lloyd
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Death and the Joyful Woman
The Alfred Hitchcock HourSeason One
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An Out for Oscar is the twenty-sixth episode of the first season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.

Starring: Henry Silva (Bill Grant), Linda Christian (Eva Ashley)

and Larry Storch (Oscar Blenny)

with John Marley (Mike), George Petrie (Rogers), Myron Healey (Peter Rogan), Rayford Barnes (Ronald)

and David White (Detective Burr), Alan Napier (Mr. Hodges)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

A meek bank teller falls for a beautiful but duplicitous woman he meets while on vacation at a resort and marries her, but she and her real boyfriend are planning to take advantage of the teller for a huge payoff. In an odd twist, the boyfriend offers to 'help' the teller get out of the marriage by killing the wife.

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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