The Alfred Hitchcock Hour/I Saw the Whole Thing

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I Saw the Whole Thing
Season 1, Episode 4
Airdate October 11, 1962
Teleplay by Henry Slesar
Based on a story by
Henry Cecil
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Produced by Joan Harrison
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I Saw the Whole Thing is the fourth episode of the first season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.

Starring: John Forsythe (Michael Barnes)

Co-Starring: Kent Smith (Jerry O'Hara), Evans Evans (Penny Sanford), John Fiedler (Malcolm Stuart)

with Philip Ober (Colonel Hoey), John Zaremba (Richard Anderson), Barney Phillips (Lt. Sweet), William Newell (Sam Peterson), Willis Bouchey (Judge Neilson), Rusty Lane (Judge Martin), Billy Wells (George Peabody), Robert Karnes (The Police Sergeant), Maurice Manson (The Doctor), Ken Harp (The Bailiff), Anthony Jochim (Foreman), Lou Byrne (The Nurse), Mel Jass (The Recorder), Marc Cavell (The Young Man), Ronnie R. Rondell (The Motorcyclist), Ben Pollock (The Court Clerk)

and Claire Griswold (Joanne Dowling)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

A mystery writer accused of driving a vehicle involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident acts as his own lawyer, certain that he can clear himself.

Notes

Trivia

The Show

This is the only episode of the series that Alfred Hitchcock himself directed. It was also the final thing Hitchcock directed for television.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes