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Old 01-27-04, 02:49 PM
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Alfred Hitchcock Hour- Will it be released?

Any news on this series coming to DVD?

I am particularly interested in Season 10, with the classic episode,

Where the Woodbine Twineth

TIA for any info
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Old 01-27-04, 05:38 PM
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You'll likely see the half hour ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS version released first. The best of DVDs included in some of the Hitch sets are all we have for now.
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The "Woodbine" episode was the one with the
little girl who had the doll that would come alive
to play with her when the adults were gone? That
particular show I'd love to see again!
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was "alfred hitchcock presents" that show that ran on Nick at Night for a little while then stopped? that was great stuff right there.
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Originally posted by asianxcore
was "alfred hitchcock presents" that show that ran on Nick at Night for a little while then stopped? that was great stuff right there.
Yes, Nick At Nite ran Alfred Hitchcock Presents for many years. I remember they even had marathons and a week devoted to the episodes Hitchcock directed.

Though I liked many of the half hour shows I also really liked AHH. I used to catch it on USA a while back then last summer I saw some episodes on the HALLMARK channel. I liked the acting, direction and the use of original music. Many of the half hour shows tended to use stock music. I loved catching an epsiode scored by Bernard Herrmann. One of my favorites is an episode starring Ray Milland called "A Home Away From Home" about an inmate(Milland) taking over an insane asylum. Another great one is "The Jar", written by Ray Bradbury.
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