The Alfred Hitchcock Hour/The McGregor Affair

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The McGregor Affair
Season 3, Episode 7
Airdate November 23, 1964
Teleplay by Morton Fine &
David Friedkin
Based on from the story by
Sidney Rowland
as published in "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine"
Directed by David Friedkin
Produced by Morton Fine and
David Friedkin
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The McGregor Affair is the seventh episode of the third season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, and the seventy-first episode overall.

Starring: Andrew Duggan (John McGregor)

Guest Star: Elsa Lanchester (Aggie McGregor)

Co-Starring: Bill Smith (Tommy Lad), John Hoyt (Dr. Knox), Michael Pate (Hare), Arthur Malet (Burke), Betty Harford (Elsie)

with Michael Macready (Jarmley), William Beckley (Becker), Janine Gray (The Wench), Barry Macollum (The Vendor), Harriet Harper (Glynis), Iris Bristol (Rosie), Brendan Dillon (The Bartender)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

In 19th Century Scotland, a man doing delivery work for a medical museum notices the dubious methods the museum uses to garner fresh corpses and gets an idea of how to handle the problem of his cuckolding wife.

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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