The Alfred Hitchcock Hour/To Catch a Butterfly

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To Catch a Butterfly
Season 1, Episode 19
Airdate February 1, 1963
Written by Richard Fielder
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Produced by David Lowell Rich
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To Catch a Butterfly is the nineteenth episode of the first season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.

Starring: Bradford Dillman (Bill Nelson)

Co-Starring: Diana Hyland (Janet Nelson), Edward Asner (Jack Stander)

with June Dayton (Barbara Stander), Than Wyenn (Doctor Burns), Clegg Hoyt (Trucker), John Newton (The Policeman), Andy Romano (The 2nd Fireman), John Pickard (The 1st Fireman)

and Mickey Sholdar (Eddie Stander)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

After moving into a new house, a young couple finds themselves being terrorized by the disturbed young son of the couple next door.

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Mickey Sholdar's character in this episode tries to attack Diana Hyland with a power drill, only to be thwarted when, as he's moving toward her, the plug becomes dislodged from the wall. Similarly, in a Dragnet episode four years later, Sholdar is terrorizing a group of his high-school classmates at a party with a live grenade he's holding. Jack Webb manages to distract him by...dislodging a plug to a record player!

Quotes