The Alfred Hitchcock Hour/The Thirty-First of February

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The Thirty-First of February
Season 1, Episode 15
Airdate January 4, 1963
Teleplay by Logan Swanson
Based on the novel by
Julian Symons
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Produced by Joan Harrison
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The Alfred Hitchcock HourSeason One
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The Thirty-First of February is the fifteenth episode of the first season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.

Starring: David Wayne (Andrew Anderson), William Conrad (Sgt. Cresse), Elizabeth Allen (Molly O'Rourke)

Co-Starring: Staats Cotsworth (Vincent)

with William Sargent (Peter Granville), Bob Crane (Charlie Lessing), Steve Gravers (The Psychiatrist), Stacy Harris (The D.A.), Bernadette Hale (Miss Wright), King Calder (Reverton), Kathleen O'Malley (Valerie Anderson), Robert Carson (The Coroner)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

After his wife's apparently accidental death, an executive becomes more and more paranoid, due to both a dogged police Sergeant who's out to prove foul play in her death, and also by a mysterious person who's taunting him,

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes