The Alfred Hitchcock Hour/What Really Happened

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What Really Happened
Season 1, Episode 16
Airdate January 11, 1963
Teleplay by Henry Slesar
Based on from the novel by
Marie Belloc Lowndes
Directed by Jack Smight
Produced by Joan Harrison
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The Alfred Hitchcock HourSeason One
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What Really Happened is the sixteenth episode of the first season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.

Starring: Anne Francis (Eve Raydon), Ruth Roman (Addie Strain), Gladys Cooper (Mrs. Raydon), Steve Dunne (Jack Wentworth)

Co-Starring: Michael Strong (Molloy)

with Tim O'Connor (Halstead), Gene Lyons (Howard Raydon), Charles Irving (The Judge), Theodore Newton (The Doctor), Fern Barry (The Maid), Michael Crisalli (Gilly Strain)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

Damning evidence piles up against a woman accused of killing her wealthy and controlling husband. The family maid, a close friend of hers, seems to know something that could profoundly affect the trial.

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes