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BAD ACTOR. First aired on January 9, 1962, starring David Lewis, William Schallert, Robert Duvall and Carole Eastman. Teleplay was by Robert Bloch, story by Max Franklin. Directed by John Newland. A play becomes deadly when a prop gun is switched for a real one.

BAD ACTOR. First aired on January 9, 1962, starring David Lewis, William Schallert, Robert Duvall and Carole Eastman. Teleplay was by Robert Bloch, story by Max Franklin. Directed by John Newland. A play becomes deadly when a prop gun is switched for a real one.

MR. BLANCHARD'S SECRET. First aired on December 23, 1956, starring Dayton Lummis, Meg Mundy, Robert Horton and Mary Scott. Teleplay was by Sarett Rudley, story by Emily Neff. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. A wife plays detective when she suspects that her neighbor is up to no good.

MR. BLANCHARD'S SECRET. First aired on December 23, 1956, starring Dayton Lummis, Meg Mundy, Robert Horton and Mary Scott. Teleplay was by Sarett Rudley, story by Emily Neff. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. A wife plays detective when she suspects that her neighbor is up to no good.

THE GREATEST MONSTER OF THEM ALL. First aired on February 14, 1961, starring Meri Welles, Sam Jaffe, Richard Hale and William Redfield. Teleplay was by Robert Bloch, story by Bryce Walton. Directed by Robert Stevens. A horror movie star plans revenge on an incompetent director who ruined her comeback film.

THE GREATEST MONSTER OF THEM ALL. First aired on February 14, 1961, starring Meri Welles, Sam Jaffe, Richard Hale and William Redfield. Teleplay was by Robert Bloch, story by Bryce Walton. Directed by Robert Stevens. A horror movie star plans revenge on an incompetent director who ruined her comeback film.

HOOKED. First aired on September 25, 1960, starring Anne Francis, Robert Horton, John Hamilton and Vivienne Segal. Teleplay was by Thomas Grant, story by Robert Turner. Directed by Norman Lloyd. A man plots to murder his rich wife in order to marry his girlfriend.

HOOKED. First aired on September 25, 1960, starring Anne Francis, Robert Horton, John Hamilton and Vivienne Segal. Teleplay was by Thomas Grant, story by Robert Turner. Directed by Norman Lloyd. A man plots to murder his rich wife in order to marry his girlfriend.

Reign is the story of Mary Queen of Scots rise to power. Its a great show and we love the vintage jewelry she wears in this show.

Reign is the story of Mary Queen of Scots rise to power. Its a great show and we love the vintage jewelry she wears in this show.

THE CROCODILE CASE. First aired on May 25, 1958, starring Arthur Gould-Porter, Hazel Court, Pat Hitchcock and Denholm Elliott. Teleplay was by Robert C. Dennis, story by Roy Vickers. Directed by Don Taylor. A special crocodile case enables police to apprehend a murderer.

THE CROCODILE CASE. First aired on May 25, 1958, starring Arthur Gould-Porter, Hazel Court, Pat Hitchcock and Denholm Elliott. Teleplay was by Robert C. Dennis, story by Roy Vickers. Directed by Don Taylor. A special crocodile case enables police to apprehend a murderer.

MUSEUM PIECE. First aired on April 4, 1961, starring Myron McCormick, Bert Convy, Larry Gates and Tom Gilleran. Teleplay was by Harold Swanton, story by William C. Morrison. Directed by Paul Henreid. A museum owner relates the story of his son's death to a stranger.

MUSEUM PIECE. First aired on April 4, 1961, starring Myron McCormick, Bert Convy, Larry Gates and Tom Gilleran. Teleplay was by Harold Swanton, story by William C. Morrison. Directed by Paul Henreid. A museum owner relates the story of his son's death to a stranger.

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