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Old 11-24-2009, 01:57 AM   #1
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Default Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Season Four DVD Review

Murder and suspense are coming to your living room once again with Season Four of Alfred Hitchcock Presents! All 36 episodes of the fourth season of the anthology series hosted by the master of suspense himself are now available on DVD on a four disc set. For those not familiar with the series, it is the anthology series hosted by filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock that told a different story of suspense (and often murder) each and every week, like a movie of the week, with different guest stars every week. It featured many guest stars who later went on to bigger and better things as well as some who were finishing up their careers. The stories almost never had a happy ending, and often left the viewer with questions and without a true conclusion at the end of the episode, part of the key to the success to the series.

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On two of the Season 4 episodes ("Murder Me Twice" and "the Avon Emeralds"), Universal chose to use the British version of Alfred's concluding remarks instead of the original American network TV version. Such is life. If anyone has a copy of "the Avon Emeralds" from an early Nick-at-Nite broadcast or from a 16mm film print where Alfred's postscript is a 2-Parter (with commercials in between the 2 Parts) where Part 1 begins with Alfred saying "My friend seems to have been disturbed by something he discovered in my trunk ... " then you should hold onto it. I've been searching for a copy but I guess I'm not prepared to pay those ioffer prices just for 1 episode.

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