Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1955 123movies

Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1955 123movies

Oct. 02, 1955
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Seasons and episodes

1Season 1 Oct. 02, 1955
2Season 2 Sep. 30, 1956
3Season 3 Oct. 06, 1957
4Season 4 Oct. 05, 1958
5Season 5 Sep. 27, 1959
6Season 6 Sep. 27, 1960
7Season 7 Oct. 10, 1961



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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – Sir Alfred Hitchcock, the Master of Suspense hosts his own television show. Hitchcock introduced the show, which was then followed by a short half an hour episode which contained suspense, horror, and humor. After the story, Hitchcock would come back and end the show. Plot: A television anthology series hosted by Alfred Hitchcock featuring dramas, thrillers, and mysteries.
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A Sneaky Revolutionary
1950’s television was pretty bland by almost any yardstick. That’s not to say that certain series, such as the early Gunsmoke, were not daring and edgy in their own way. Or that the early I Love Lucy did not have its hilarious moments. However the governing concepts were unadventurous at best, or just plain dull, at worst. After all, no matter how good some of the episodes, bringing law and order to the Old West or following the humorous escapades of a zany housewife were not exactly novel concepts in TV programming.

Two series, however, did come along to challenge convention. The Twilight Zone, at decade’s end, attacked frontally with huge doses of imagination and exotic story-lines that often overwhelmed viewers, thereby opening American living-rooms to the expanding world of unthought-of possibilities. It was, and remains, a classic appreciated by young and old alike. However, the other ground-breaking series did not attack frontally. Instead, in true stealthy fashion, it snuck past the guardians of Good Taste and Morality, otherwise known as the department of Standards and Practices. That’s probably because each episode was introduced by a funny-looking fat guy with a British accent, who came out to crack a few bad jokes and abuse the sponsors. Who could suspect that what followed such a slow-talking Humpty-Dumpty would subtly undermine some of TV’s most entrenched conventions.

Yet that’s exactly what the Hitchcock half-hours did. Perhaps the most subversive change lay in the series’s really sneaky treatment of wrong-doers. To that point, convention insisted that culprits be apprehended on screen, the better to teach the audience that Crime Doesn’t Pay. And while that may have conveyed a comforting societal message, it also made for a very predictable and boring climax to even the best stories. What the Hitchcock show did that was slyly revolutionary was to transpose the comeuppance from the story to Hitchcock’s often humorous epilogue. There the audience would learn that the culprit was duly punished and that justice had once again prevailed, apparently enough to keep the censors of the day at bay. So the story-line might end on screen with a grotesque murder, while only later would the audience be told by Hitchcock that justice had indeed caught up. Maybe that seems like just a minor change. But in fact, it was highly significant. For now the audience could follow plot developments, without knowing how the story itself would end, while the deadening element of predictability was transferred to the easily ignored epilogue. It was a truly ground-breaking event in the evolution of TV.

All in all, that element of uncertainty made for the kind of programming that continues to entertain, even into today’s super-charged era of technicolor and relaxed censorship. It also accounts largely for why Hitchcock Presents remains one of the few series from that long-ago time to still be re-run. There were other sly subversive wrinkles such as the black humor that sometimes accompanied the most heinous crimes. Or the subtle insistence that murder often begins at home. In fact, the series as a whole managed to mirror much of Hitchcock’s movie-making personality, which suggests the producers (Norman Lloyd and Joan Harrison) were very protective of what the Hitchcock brand name implied. Anyway, like any other series, some episodes were better than others, but only rarely did one really disappoint. In fact, the high quality remained surprisingly steady throughout the half-hour run, before dropping off noticeably during the over-stretched hour-long version.

Some of my favorites: “Mr. Pelham” (good semi sc-fi); “The Creeper” (suspense & fine acting); “The Glass Eye” ( well-done horror); “Back for Christmas” (typical Hitchcock irony); “Poison” (you’ll sweat a bucket load); “Design for Loving” (off-beat premise well executed); “Human Interest Story” (Hitchcock meets the Twilight Zone); “Special Delivery” (truly spooky); “Specialty of the House” (It ain’t Mc Donalds); “Breakdown” (Why don’t they hear me?), and anything with the deliciously repulsive Robert Emhardt.

I’m sure there are many others not so fresh in my memory. Anyway, in my book, a big thanks is due Alfred Hitchcock for doing something no other movie heavy-weight of the time was willing to do. He risked his big league reputation by squeezing into millions of little black boxes once a week for seven years to bring the audience outstanding entertainment. His snooty peers may have sneered, but generations of grateful viewers have since proved him right.

Review By: dougdoepke Rating: Date: 2006-12-18

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Rated TV-14
Popularity 32.332
Original Language en
Original Title Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Total Seasons 7
Released 02 Oct 1955
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Release Year 1955–1962
Genre Comedy, Crime, Drama
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Actors Alfred Hitchcock, Harry Tyler, John Williams
Country United States
Awards Won 3 Primetime Emmys. 7 wins & 16 nominations total
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Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1955 123movies
Original title Alfred Hitchcock Presents
First air date Oct. 02, 1955
Last air date Jul. 03, 1962
Seasons 7
Episodes 268
Average Duration a:1:{i:0;i:25;} minutes

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