Hey old guys - Remember the old Alfred Hitchcock TV shows?

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    Hey old guys - Remember the old Alfred Hitchcock TV shows?

    I might be suprised to find some that aren't so old who like some of Alfred Hitchcock's TV episodes.

    Post link(s) to some of your favorite's that aired on TV way back when...

    Here's one I like just to get this started:


    What's frightening you Fred?

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    Not a TV episode, but The Birds terrified me! My older sisters tormented me with that knowledge too.

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    Hulu had a bunch of the Alfred Hitchcock episodes, along with a ton of other TV shows. And those all are for free - don't require the Hulu Plus subscription. I love having all of the various shows they have available.
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    Again, not a TV show, but the 1959 super classic movie "North By Northwest"

    If any one hasn't seen it, put it on your list.
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    Who you calling old?
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    I still think Rope and Rear Window were two of his best (movies, not TV), though a +1 for North by Northwest.

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    I'm in my 20s, so I'm not exactly old, but I remember the show, though I was obviously watching re-runs. I specifically remember "The Man From the South" with Steve McQueen and Peter Lorre.

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    "Good Evening.." LOVE the Hitchcock shows! Can't remember the titles, but a couple of my favorites include one that takes place on a ledge of a tall building where the police are trying to talk down a jumper. And another one, the big cheese of a company ends up getting into a car wreck, he's paralyzed and can't talk and he's still alive but everyone thinks he's dead. It's horrible because you're inside this guy's head throughout the show.

    Also gotta love those old Twilight Zones!
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    Twilight Zone was my favorite by far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by accessbob View Post
    Hulu had a bunch of the Alfred Hitchcock episodes, along with a ton of other TV shows. And those all are for free - don't require the Hulu Plus subscription. I love having all of the various shows they have available.
    I just looked - there are 156 episodes available for free on Hulu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xader View Post
    I'm in my 20s, so I'm not exactly old, but I remember the show, though I was obviously watching re-runs. I specifically remember "The Man From the South" with Steve McQueen and Peter Lorre.
    Was that the one about the lighter?
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    I can remember the days when you got test patterns and the National Anthem at sign off then static and In the morning you'd get up early to see the Anthem and then Amos & Andy.
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    "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" was one of my favorite TV shows!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    I can remember the days when you got test patterns and the National Anthem at sign off then static and In the morning you'd get up early to see the Anthem and then Amos & Andy.
    Yeah and I remember the F-16 flying during the National Anthem and the teary eyed American Indian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mprp View Post
    Yeah and I remember the F-16 flying during the National Anthem and the teary eyed American Indian.
    The one I remember had an F-4 instead. Too many favorite shows but to name but a few Paladin, Sky King, The Lone Ranger, Daniel Boone, Bonanza and many more I have forgotten.
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