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Hitch did some really good work on the television series "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" and "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour." This topic is a place to discuss, share favorites, etc. To get us started, note that there were 17 episodes of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” directed by Hitchcock: 1. Revenge (02/Oct/1955) — *1.1 (*Season.Episode) 2. Breakdown (13/Nov/1955) — 1.5 3. The Case of Mr. Pelham (04/Dec/1955) — 1.10 4. Back for Christmas (04/Mar/1956) — 1.23 5. Wet Saturday (30/Sep/1956) — 2.1 6. Mr. Blanchard's Secret (23/Dec/1956) — 2.13 7. One More Mile to Go (07/Apr/1957) — 2.28 8. The Perfect Crime (20/Oct/1957) — 3.3 9. Lamb to the Slaughter (13/Apr/1958) — 3.28 10. Dip in the Pool (01/Jun/1958) — 3.35 11. Poison (05/Oct/1958) — 4.1 12. Banquo's Chair (03/May/1959) — 4.29 13. Arthur (27/Sep/1959) — 5.1 14. The Crystal Trench (04/Oct/1959) — 5.2 15. Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat (27/Sep/1960) — 6.1 16. The Horse Player (14/Mar/1961) — 6.22 17. Bang! You're Dead (17/Oct/1961) — 7.22 Do you have favorites?
Hello, everyone. I am starting this thread to talk about an ancestor of mine and the adaptations of his writing. I am descended from the *brother* of Rudyard Kipling on my mother's side. I try to see every adaption of his writing. My favourite poem of his is "If" which he wrote for his son. It always makes me cry when I read it. My favourite movie of his work is Gunga Din. My favourite version of The Jungle Book is the animated Disney movie. What are your favourite Rudyard Kipling adapted movies and television?
What are your favourite movies and television titles from the work of Edgar Allen Poe. I love The Tell Tale Heart. I enjoy The Raven. There is a wonderful movie about him starring Joseph Cotton as Poe before he was famous called The Man With a cloak. A lot of his movies have been made into horror films that are a bit too gory for my taste, but he is a wonderful writer.