The Alfred Hitchcock Hour/The Photographer and the Undertaker

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The Photographer and the Undertaker
Season 3, Episode 21
Airdate March 15, 1965
Teleplay by Alfred Hayes
Based on from the story by
James Holding
as published in "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine"
Directed by Alex March
Produced by Gordon Hessler
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The Photographer and the Undertaker is the twenty-first episode of the third season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, and the eighty-fifth episode overall.

Starring: Jack Cassidy (Arthur Mannix), Harry Townes (Hiram Price), Alfred Ryder (Rudolph)

and Jocelyn Lane (Sylvia)

Co-Starring: Philip Bourneuf (Mr. Sylvester)

with Jack Bernardi (The Delicatessen Man), Joan Swift (Miss Whiting), Richard Jury (Willis), Clegg Hoyt (The Man)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

Two professional contract killers, one a karate-trained 'photographer' who takes pictures of his victims and the other a knife-wielding 'undertaker', discover that their latest contracts are on each other.

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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