The Alfred Hitchcock Hour/Lonely Place

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Lonely Place
Season 3, Episode 6
Airdate November 16, 1964
Teleplay by Francis Irby Gwaltney
Based on from the story by
C.B. Gillford
as published in "Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine"
Directed by Harvey Hart
Produced by Herbert Coleman
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Lonely Place is the sixth episode of the third season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, and the seventieth episode overall.

Starring: Teresa Wright (Stella), Pat Buttram (Emery), Bruce Dern (Jesse)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)


Plot Overview

Farmer Emery and his wife Stella hire a drifter named Jesse to help with peach picking. What Stella soon realizes, and what Emery is oblivious to, is that Jesse is a raging psychopath who's out to attack her.



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