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HG's Dark Place: Alfred Hitchcock Presents

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People who added this item 337 Average listal rating (199 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 8.6
Years: 1955-1962
Broadcaster: CBS, NBC
Genre: Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Written by: Henry Slesar, Robert C. Dennis,
Francis M. Cockrell, Bernard C. Schoenfeld,
James P. Cavanagh, William Fay, Marian B. Cockrell,
Stirling Silliphant, Harold Swanton, Robert Bloch,
Sarett Rudley, Joel Murcott, Stanley Ellin,
John Collier, Bill S. Ballinger, Roald Dahl,
Victor Wolfson, Bryce Walton, Halsted Welles,
Ray Bradbury, Alec Coppel, Fredric Brown,
Helen Nielsen, C.B. Gilford, Jerry Sohl,
Richard Carr, Thomas Burke, Emily Neff,
Stacy Aumonier, Andrew Solt, Cornell Woolrich,
Roy Vickers, Evan Hunter, Kathleen Hite,
Margaret Manners, Irving Elman, Talmage Powell,
Charlotte Armstrong ...and many others.
Episodes: 268
Episode Average: 6.425
BEST EPISODES:
Glass Eye (1957), Little White Frock (1958)
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SEASON ONE

(1955-1956)
39 episodes
Season Score: 255
Episode Average: 6.54
Perfect 10's: 2
S1E1

REVENGE

Originally broadcast: 2 October 1955
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Samuel Blas
A married couple move to a trailer park following a nervous breakdown, a neighbour offers to check on things while the husband is at work, and the wife describes an attacker when she is found in a traumatised state.

Carl Spann (Ralph Meeker) and Elsa Spann (Vera Miles)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S1E2

PREMONITION

Originally broadcast: 9 October 1955
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Harold Swanton
A man is filled with dread as he returns home after four years in Europe, his brother reveals how their father died of a heart attack playing tennis, and a date on a hunting license suggests that something isn't quite right.

Kim Stanger (John Forsyth), Susan Stanger (Cloris Leachman)
and Perry Stanger (Warren Stevens)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S1E3

TRIGGERS IN LEASH

Originally broadcast: 16 October 1955
Directed by: Don Medford
Written by: Richard Carr, Allan Vaughan Elston
A man seems to be on edge when he enters a restaurant during a storm, a furious second man reveals the truth about a poker game dispute, and the owner does all she can to stop them putting bullets into one another.

Del Delaney (Gene Barry), Maggie Ryan (Ellen Corby)
and Red Hillman (Darren McGavin)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S1E4

DON'T COME BACK ALIVE

Originally broadcast: 23 October 1955
Directed by: Robert Stevenson
Written by: Robert C. Dennis
Financial problems see a couple faced with the prospect of being evicted, the wife protests about an idea for her to disappear for seven years, and an insurance investigator attempts to prove that the husband killed her.

Frank Partridge (Sidney Blackmer) and Mildred Partridge (Virginia Gregg)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S1E5

INTO THIN AIR

Originally broadcast: 30 October 1955
Directed by: Don Medford
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, Alexander Woollcott
A woman and her sick mother are forced to share a hotel room in Paris, a doctor sends her out to collect some vital medicine from his wife, and the desk clerk claims that she has somehow returned to the wrong hotel.

Diana Winthrop (Pat Hitchcock)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 5

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S1E6

SALVAGE

Originally broadcast: 6 November 1955
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Fred Freiberger, Richard Carr
A woman is accused of killing a man after helping the police to find him, his brother's release from prison leaves her in fear of what he might do, and thoughts of revenge quickly turn into an unexpected business offer.

Dan Varrel (Gene Barry) and Lois Williams (Nancy Gates)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S1E7

BREAKDOWN

Originally broadcast: 13 November 1955
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Louis Pollock
A heartless businessman finds that a car accident has left him paralysed, a group of looters are far too busy to notice that he is still breathing, and two escaped prisoners are only interested in relieving him of his clothes.

William Callew (Joseph Cotten)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S1E8

OUR COOK'S A TREASURE

Originally broadcast: 20 November 1955
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Dorothy L. Sayers
A man complains about his new cook reading his newspaper before him, talk of a murderous housekeeper is followed by an attack of indigestion, and a test is carried out on a sample of cocoa to see if it contains arsenic.

Everett Sloane (Ralph Montgomery) and Mrs. Sutton (Beulah Bondi)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S1E9

THE LONG SHOT

Originally broadcast: 27 November 1955
Directed by: Robert Stevenson
Written by: Harold Swanton
A troubled gambler responds to an advertisement asking for a Londoner, a British visitor talks about the old town all the way to San Francisco, and paperwork about a huge inheritance offers something of an opportunity.

Walker Hendricks (John Williams) and Charlie Raymond (Peter Lawford)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S1E10

THE CASE OF MR. PELHAM

Originally broadcast: 4 December 1955
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Anthony Armstrong
A man tells his psychiatrist that somebody has been impersonating him, events at work and at home reveal that the impostor is taking over, and a unique tie is purchased in a desperate attempt to break from routine.

Albert Pelham (Tom Ewell)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S1E11

GUILTY WITNESS

Originally broadcast: 11 December 1955
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Morris Hersham
A couple worry that the woman upstairs is being beaten by her husband, a disappearance after a fight suggests that someone has been killed, and a health inspector asks some unusual questions after receiving a tip-off.

Stanley Crane (Joe Mantell), Amelia Verber (Judith Evelyn)
and Dorothy Crane (Kathleen Maguire)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S1E12

SANTA CLAUS AND THE TENTH AVENUE KID

Originally broadcast: 18 December 1955
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, Margaret Cousins
A rehabilitation officer finds an ex-con a job as a department store Santa, a cynical kid gives him a tough time by demanding an expensive toy, and the opening of a new bank account deals with any temptation to scarper.

Harold 'Stretch' Sears (Barry Fitzgerald)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S1E13

THE CHENEY VASE

Originally broadcast: 25 December 1955
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Robert Blees
A museum assistant is fired for his constant lateness and taking time off, a forged letter of recommendation secures him a job with a frail patron, and plans to steal a valuable vase see him take control of her household.

Lyle Endicott (Darren McGavin) and Martha Cheney (Patricia Collinge)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S1E14

A BULLET FOR BALDWIN

Originally broadcast: 1 January 1956
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Eustace Cockrell, Francis M. Cockrell, Joseph Ruscoll
A timid file clerk shoots his boss dead after being fired for incompetence, the office calls him when he doesn't show up for work the following day, and a confession leads to the discovery that the victim is alive and well.

Mr. Stepp (John Qualen)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S1E15

THE BIG SWITCH

Originally broadcast: 8 January 1956
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Richard Carr, Cornell Woolrich
A gangster is told that he'll be sent to the chair if he kills his ex-girlfriend, arranging an elaborate alibi at a nightclub turns out to be expensive, and the presence of a cop means that his whereabouts will be beyond doubt.

Sam Dunleavy (George Mathews) and Goldie (Beverley Michaels)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S1E16

YOU GOT TO HAVE LUCK

Originally broadcast: 15 January 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Eustace Cockrell, Francis M. Cockrell, S.R. Ross
The police search for a dangerous convict when he escapes from prison, a pretty housewife finds herself being ordered around at knifepoint, and a phone call and a neighbour are dealt with so as not to raise the alarm.

Sam Cobbett (John Cassavetes) and Mary Schaffner (Marisa Pavan)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S1E17

THE OLDER SISTER

Originally broadcast: 22 January 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Lillian de la Torre
Emma Borden plans to escape from where her parents were both killed, a pushy reporter arrives to uncover the truth about her sister Lizzie, and her questions point to her knowing where the murder weapon is hidden.

Lizzie Borden (Carmen Mathews), Emma Borden (Joan Lorring)
and Nell Cutts (Polly Rowles)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S1E18

SHOPPING FOR DEATH

Originally broadcast: 29 January 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Ray Bradbury
Two retired insurance men look for accidents that are about to happen, a woman is identified who seems to be heading towards an early grave, and the pair do their best to persuade her to change her careless ways.

Elmer Shore (John Qualen), Clarence Fox (Robert H. Harris),
and Mrs. Shrike (Jo Van Fleet)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 3

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S1E19

THE DERELICTS

Originally broadcast: 5 February 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevenson
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Terence Maples
An inventor struggles to keep up with the cost of his wife's extravagance, his silent partner pays the price after demanding his share of the profits, and a vagrant decides to blackmail him after finding an IOU at the scene.

Ralph Cowell (Phillip Reed) and Peter J. Goodfellow (Robert Newton)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S1E20

AND SO DIED RIABOUCHINSKA

Originally broadcast: 12 February 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevenson
Written by: Mel Dinelli, Ray Bradbury
The police are called in when a man is found dead in a theatre basement,
it soon becomes clear that a ventriloquist's wife is jealous of his dummy, and the detective on the case finds a very interesting missing person file.

Detective Krovitch (Charles Bronson) and John Fabian (Claude Rains)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S1E21

SAFE CONDUCT

Originally broadcast: 19 February 1956
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Andrew Solt
A reporter heads for West Germany after a trip behind the Iron Curtain, a soccer player reveals why he needs to take a watch out of the country, and the woman is horrified when he suddenly accuses her of smuggling.

Mary Prescott (Claire Trevor) and Jan Gubak (Jacques Bergerac)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S1E22

PLACE OF SHADOWS

Originally broadcast: 26 February 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Robert C. Dennis
A man visits a monastery to see someone being cared for by the monks, the truth about who he is leads to the story of how he was swindled, and a warning about seeking revenge sees him leave with what he was owed.

Father Vincente (Everett Sloane) and Ray Clements (Mark Damon)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S1E23

BACK FOR CHRISTMAS

Originally broadcast: 4 March 1956
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, John Collier
A henpecked husband starts digging a hole supposedly for a wine cellar, his wife tells their friends that a move to America will only be temporary, and frustration sets in when last-minute jobs get in the way of his work.

Herbert Carpenter (John Williams)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 9

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S1E24

THE PERFECT MURDER

Originally broadcast: 11 March 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Victor Wolson, Stacy Aumonier
Two brothers learn that they will become very rich when their aunt dies, a decision to play the long game sees one of them move in with her, and growing debt problems lead to a desperate plot to finish her off quickly.

Aunt Rosalie (Mildred Natwick) and Paul Tallendier (Hurd Hayfield)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 9

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S1E25

THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN

Originally broadcast: 18 March 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevenson
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, Jerry Hackady, Al Hackady
A couple visit a vulnerable old woman with the intention of robbing her, the pair get a shock when she introduces them to her imaginary guests, and a search for food reveals that there is nothing much in the kitchen.

Lorna Bramwell (Norma Crane), Frank Bramwell (Charles Bronson)
and Monica Laughton (Estelle Winwood)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S1E26

WHODUNIT

Originally broadcast: 25 March 1956
Directed by: Francis M. Cockrell
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Marian B. Cockrell, C.B. Gilford
A mystery writer is allowed to relive his last day so he can find his killer, a disagreement about a new book suggests that the case is solved, and things don't look quite so clear-cut when everybody becomes a suspect.

Alexander Penn Arlington (John Williams)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S1E27

HELP WANTED

Originally broadcast: 1 April 1956
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Mary Orr,
Reginald Denham, Stanley Ellin
A man struggles to care for his sick wife when his age leaves him jobless, a new well-paid role sees him working alone on reports in an office, and the mysterious employer offers him a year's salary to kill a blackmailer.

Mr. Crabtree (John Qualen) and Mr. X (Lorne Greene)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S1E28

PORTRAIT OF JOCELYN

Originally broadcast: 8 April 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Harold Swanton, Edgar Marvin
An anniversary gift mix-up leads to a portrait of the husband's first wife, her brother reveals why she deserted him and ran away to Europe, and the man who painted the picture claims that he is married to the model.

Mark Halliday (Philip Abbott), Debbie Halliday (Nancy Gates)
and Arthur Clymer (John Baragrey)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S1E29

THE ORDERLY WORLD OF MR. APPLEBY

Originally broadcast: 15 April 1956
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Victor Wolfson, Robert C. Dennis, Stanley Ellin
An antiques dealer who refuses to sell his treasures finds himself in debt, a need to raise $11,000 sees his wife have an unfortunate accident, and a shortage of money forces him to propose marriage to a wealthy spinster.

Laurence Applebly (Robert H. Harris) and Martha Sturgis (Meg Mundy)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S1E30

NEVER AGAIN

Originally broadcast: 22 April 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Gwen Bagni, Irwin Gielgud,
Stirling Silliphant, Adela Rogers St. Johns
A recovering alcoholic finds herself in a hospital bed after a bad dream, trying to recall how she got there leads to a party the night before, and memories of being left on her own remind her of why she turns to drink.

Rennee (Louise Allbritton), Karen Stewart (Phyllis Thaxter)
and Jeff Simmons (Warren Stevens)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S1E31

THE GENTLEMAN FROM AMERICA

Originally broadcast: 29 April 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Michael Arlen
A gambler is bet £1000 that he can't spend a night in a haunted mansion, the man reluctantly agrees to borrow a gun for his own protection, and reading a ghost story about two sisters only helps to unsettle his nerves.

Sir Stephen Hurstwood (Ralph Clanton), Howard Latimer (Biff McGuire)
and Derek (John Irving)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S1E32

THE BABY SITTER

Originally broadcast: 6 May 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Sarett Rudley, Emily Neff
A babysitter explains how a strangled woman treat her husband badly, the idea that he could be interested in an old woman is met with scorn, and the victim's lover warns her against saying too much to the police.

Lottie Slocum (Thelma Ritter)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S1E33

THE BELFRY

Originally broadcast: 13 May 1956
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Allan Vaughan Elston
A jealous man goes on the run after killing a teacher's fiance with an axe, bad weather forces him to hide right above the school where she works, and the children threaten to reveal where he is by trying to ring the bell.

Clint Ringle (Jack Mullaney) and Ellie Marsh (Pat Hitchcock)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S1E34

THE HIDDEN THING

Originally broadcast: 20 May 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, A.J. Russell
A woman is killed two days before her wedding by a hit-and-run driver, her fiancé is unable to provide any details despite seeing it happen, and a mysterious visitor tries to help him to remember the licence number.

Dana Edwards (Biff McGuire) and John Hurley (Richard H. Harris)
HOLY GODIVA 1 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 2

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S1E35

THE LEGACY

Originally broadcast: 27 May 1956
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Gina Kaus, Andrew Solt
A woman claims that she is happy despite her husband's philanderings, the rather plain wife is stunned when a prince shows an interest in her, and the man threatens to kill himself unless she agrees to get a divorce.

Irene Cole (Leora Dana) and Prince Burhan (Jacques Bergerac)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 5

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S1E36

MINK

Originally broadcast: 3 June 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevenson
Written by: Irwin Gielgud, Gwen Bagni
A furrier identifies a mink stole brought in for appraisal as his own work, the police get involved when a woman insists that it was stolen from her, and a model accused of selling it denies ever meeting the 'buyer' before.

Paula Hudson (Ruth Hussey)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S1E37

DECOY

Originally broadcast: 10 June 1956
Directed by: Arnold Laven
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Richard Pedicini
An accompanist finds that the woman he loves is being beaten at home, confronting her husband leaves him holding the gun that killed him, and a telephone call is quickly identified as the way to prove his innocence.

Gil Larkin (Robert Horton) and Mona Cameron (Cara Williams)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S1E38

THE CREEPER

Originally broadcast: 17 June 1956
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Joseph Ruscoll
Fear creeps through a neighbourhood when a killer targets lone women,
a scared housewife tries to arrange for a bolt and chain to be fitted, and a visit from her ex-boyfriend does absolutely nothing to calm her nerves.

Ellen Grant (Constance Ford)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S1E39

MOMENTUM

Originally broadcast: 24 June 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Cornell Woolrich
A lack of a salary sees a young couple faced with the prospect of eviction, the wife tells her husband to demand what he's owned from his old boss, and a decision to break in and take it leaves him on the run from the law.

Beth Paine (Joanne Woodward) and Richard Paine (Skip Homeier)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6
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SEASON TWO

(1956-1957)
39 episodes
Season Score: 246
Episode Average: 6.31
Perfect 10's: 0
S2E1

WET SATURDAY

Originally broadcast: 30 September 1956
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, John Collier
A father tries to work things out when his daughter kills a schoolmaster, the arrival of a family friend makes it even harder to hide the truth, and the offering of a motive provides a perfect way to guarantee his silence.

Mr. Princey (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) and Capt. Smollet (John Williams)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S2E2

FOG CLOSING IN

Originally broadcast: 7 October 1956
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Martin Brooke
A woman fears being alone as her husband prepares for a business trip, psychiatric help is suggested when she begs to be closer to her parents, and an escaped mental patient turns out to be more scared than she is.

Arthur Summers (Paul Langton) and Mary Summers (Phyllis Thaxter)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E3

DE MORTUIS

Originally broadcast: 14 October 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, John Collier
Two men talk about the behaviour of a friend's wife as they wait for him, a noise in the cellar reveals that he's been there all along filling in a hole, and an experiment leaves them concerned about what might be buried.

Professor Rankin (Robert Emhardt)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S2E4

KILL WITH KINDNESS

Originally broadcast: 21 October 1956
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: A.J. Russell
A woman offers to feed a homeless man after identifying him as perfect, her brother makes sure that there's nobody in the area who'll miss him, and talk of making a life insurance claim leaves the guest feeling uneasy.

Fitzhugh Oldham (Hume Cronyn)
and Katherine Oldham (Carmen Mathews)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E5

NONE ARE SO BLIND

Originally broadcast: 28 October 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, John Collier
An irresponsible egotist fails to talk his aunt into giving him any money, his desire to get at his inheritance leads to a decision to kill her off, and finding a lost wallet provides an opportunity to become somebody else.

Aunt Muriel (Mildred Dunnock) and Seymour Johnston (Hurd Hatfield)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S2E6

TOBY

Originally broadcast: 4 November 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Victor Wolfson, Joseph Bates Smith
A man prepares to be reunited with a sweetheart from twenty years ago, the woman explains how she came to be caring for her sister's child, and the pushy neighbours start to ask questions about the mysterious baby.

Albert Birch (Robert H. Harris) and Edwina Freel (Jessica Tandy)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S2E7

ALIBI ME

Originally broadcast: 11 November 1956
Directed by: Jules Bricken
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Therd Jefre
A man confronts his rival when his pinball business territory is invaded,
a childhood warning from a cop fails to stop him pulling the trigger, and a desperate need for a perfect alibi sees him asking everyone he knows.

Georgie Minnelli (Lee Philips)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E8

CONVERSATION OVER A CORPSE

Originally broadcast: 18 November 1956
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, Norman Daniels
A woman orders her sister to poison a man in a bid to save their house, thoughts quickly turn to the awkward job of getting rid of the body, and realisation that he's alive leaves them looking for a new way to kill him.

Cissie Enright (Dorothy Stickney) Joanna Enright (Carmen Mathews)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 9

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S2E9

CRACK OF DOOM

Originally broadcast: 25 November 1956
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Robert C. Denis, Don Marquis
A man is asked by an old friend why he's suddenly against playing poker, a story is told of how he once borrowed $4,000 when his bank was shut, and how the truth about becoming a thief forced him to take even more.

Sam Klinker (Robert Middleton) and Mason Bridges (Robert Horton)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S2E10

JONATHAN

Originally broadcast: 2 December 1956
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Stirling Silliphant, Fred Levon
A young man returns from college when his father dies of a heart attack, seeing his stepmother again only reminds him about his hatred for her, and doubt about the cause of death brings questions about how he died.

Rosine Dalliford (Georgann Johnson) and Gil Dalliford (Corey Allen)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S2E11

THE BETTER BARGAIN

Originally broadcast: 9 December 1956
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Richard Deming
A mobster discovers that his younger wife has been seeing another man, the best hitman in the business names his price to take the pair out, and confirmation of her deceitful behaviour leads to a very difficult decision.

Louis Koster (Robert Middleton), and Henry Silva (Harry Silver)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 5

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S2E12

THE ROSE GARDEN

Originally broadcast: 16 December 1956
Directed by: Francis M. Cockrell
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, Vincent Fotre
A publisher travels to meet the elderly author of a murder mystery book, it quickly becomes clear that her home was the setting for the story, and her domineering sister insists on being allowed to read the manuscript.

Alexander Vinton (John Williams), Julia Pickering (Patricia Collinge)
and Mrs. Cordelia Welles (Evelyn Varden)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S2E13

MR. BLANCHARD'S SECRET

Originally broadcast: 23 December 1956
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Sarett Rudley, Emily Neff
A mystery writer realises that she has never seen the woman next door, finally meeting her puts an end to a number of imaginative theories, and the police are called when the husband is seen dragging a sack to his car.

Babs Fenton (Mary Scott) and John Fenton (Robert Horton)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S2E14

JOHN BROWN'S BODY

Originally broadcast: 30 December 1956
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Thomas Burke
A senior partner in a furniture business refuses to adopt modern ideas, his cheating wife and junior partner conspire to make him lose his mind, and a lack of interest in new lines threatens the future of the company.

Harold Skinner (Hugh Marlowe), John Brown (Russell Collins)
and Vera Brown (Leora Dana)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S2E15

CRACKPOT

Originally broadcast: 6 January 1957
Directed by: John Meredyth Lucas
Written by: Martin Berkeley, Harold Gast
A newly married couple go on their honeymoon despite a family tragedy,
a man reacts badly to an accident after stopping to help with a flat tyre, and a familiar face becomes a nuisance when he turns up at their hotel.

Moon (Robert Emhardt), Ray Loomis (Biff McGuire)
and Meg Loomis (Mary Scott)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E16

NIGHTMARE IN 4-D

Originally broadcast: 14 January 1957
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Stuart Jerome
A man is asked to help a neighbour remove a body from her apartment, the woman claims that somebody fired a shot through the window, and a bathrobe sash suggests that it was just another one of his nightmares.

Miss Elliott (Barbara Baxley) and Harry Parker (Henry Jones)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S2E17

MY BROTHER, RICHARD

Originally broadcast: 20 January 1957
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Sarett Rudley, Jay Bennett
A District Attorney is informed that his political rival has been murdered,
his brother threatens to shoot his wife unless he pins it on someone, and an innocent man is told that a confession will help to catch the real killer.

Martin Ross (Royal Dano), Laura Ross (Inger Stevens)
and Richard Ross (Harry Townes)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S2E18

THE MANACLED

Originally broadcast: 27 January 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Stirling Silliphant, A. Sanford Wolfe
A no-nonsense cop escorts a convicted conman to San Quentin by train, the man's puzzled when he finds a suitcase key in his inside pocket, and the smooth talking prisoner offers the sergeant $50,000 to set him free.

Stephen Fontaine (William Redfield) and Sgt. Rockwell (Gary Merrill)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S2E19

A BOTTLE OF WINE

Originally broadcast: 3 February 1957
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Stirling Silliphant, Borden Deal
A judge invites the man who stole his young wife's heart into his home, the husband proposes a toast to her after opening a bottle of wine, and the host soon realises that he simply isn't capable of shooting his rival.

Judge Connors (Herbert Marshall) and Wallace Donaldson (Robert Horton)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E20

MALICE DOMESTIC

Originally broadcast: 10 February 1957
Directed by: John Meredyth Lucas
Written by: Victor Wolfeson, Philip MacDonald
A couple take care of their friend's dog when she moves to San Francisco, the wife soon notices how well the animal gets on with her husband, and a doctor reveals that crippling stomach pains are the result of poisoning.

Carl Borden (Ralph Meeker) and Annette Borden (Phyllis Thaxter)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E21

NUMBER TWENTY-TWO

Originally broadcast: 17 February 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Joel Murcott, Evan Hunter
A young punk is arrested after holding up a candy store with a toy gun, he cellmate warns him against trying to impress the wrong people, and appearing in a lineup allows the first time offender to play the big man.

Skinner (Russell Collins) and Steve Morgan (Rip Torn)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S2E22

THE END OF INDIAN SUMMER

Originally broadcast: 24 February 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Maurice Baudin
An insurance company find that a widow has claimed for two husbands, the man who dealt with her second claim is told to re-examine the case, and news that she is about to be married again gives cause for concern.

Marguerite Gillespie (Gladys Cooper) and Joe Rogers (Steve Forrest)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S2E23

ONE FOR THE ROAD

Originally broadcast: 3 March 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Emily Neff
A nurse questions her husband about a lighter ahead of a business trip,
a telephone call about an anniversary gift leads her to the female owner, and the desperate wife poses as a charity collector to eliminate her rival.

Marsha Hendricks (Louise Platt) and Beryl Abbott (Georgann Johnson)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E24

THE CREAM OF THE JEST

Originally broadcast: 10 March 1957
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Sarett Rudley, Fredric Brown
A has-been actor is refused a drink when he's unable to pay his bar tab,
the man threatens a playwright when he won't give him a part in a play, and his old friend tries to make up for forcing him to resort to blackmail.

Charles Gresham (Claude Rains) and Wayne Campbell (James Gregory)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S2E25

I KILLED THE COUNT: PART 1

Originally broadcast: 17 March 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Alec Coppel
A maid finds her Italian employer dead with a single bullet in his temple,
a missing cartridge case turns up in the flat of a mysterious tenant, and clues point to two men who both claim that they didn't know the victim.

Bernard K. Froy (Charles Cooper), and Inspector Davidson (John Williams)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E26

I KILLED THE COUNT: PART 2

Originally broadcast: 24 March 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Alec Coppel
The first suspect explains how he killed the count for his daughter's sake, the second man claims that he did it to protect the woman he loves, and the police decide that it's time to talk to the tenants from the other flats.

Lord Sorrington (Alan Napier), Detective Raines (Charles Davis),
and Inspector Davidson (John Williams)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E27

I KILLED THE COUNT: PART 3

Originally broadcast: 31 March 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Alec Coppel
A third man tells of how he killed the count when he was caught stealing, a decision is made to bring all of the suspects together in one room, and the officer in charge of the case is stunned by an offer of more evidence.

Inspector Davidson (John Williams) and Mullet (Melville Cooper)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E28

ONE MORE MILE TO GO

Originally broadcast: 7 April 1957
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, F.J. Smith
A man bludgeons his wife to death with a fire poker during an argument, a cop and a broken tail-light halt an attempt to dispose of her body, and a trip to a gas station threatens to reveal what is concealed in the trunk.

Sam Jacoby (David Wayne)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S2E29

VICIOUS CIRCLE

Originally broadcast: 14 April 1957
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Evan Hunter
A woman begs her hitman boyfriend to find other ways to make money,
his boss orders him to kill her to stop her interfering with business, and the suggestion that she's ratted him out leaves him with only one option.

Manny Coe (Dick York) and Betty (Kathleen Maguire)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S2E30

THE THREE DREAMS OF MR. FINDLATER

Originally broadcast: 21 April 1957
Directed by: Jules Bricken
Written by: Sarett Rudley, A.A. Milne
A man escapes into a fantasy world to escape from his overbearing wife, finding a crashed car provides him with the gun he's always wanted, and his South Seas island dream girl helps with planning the perfect murder.

Ernest Findlater (John Williams) and Lalage (Barbara Baxley)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S2E31

THE NIGHT THE WORLD ENDED

Originally broadcast: 28 April 1957
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Fredric Brown
A practical joker convinces an old drunk that the world is about to end, the man wanders off into the night to make the most of his final hours, and a new friendship is soured by talk of being together when it all ends.

Johnny (Russell Collins)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 9

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S2E32

THE HANDS OF MR. OTTERMOLE

Originally broadcast: 5 May 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Thomas Burke
A couple are strangled to death in their own home by a mysterious killer,
a reporter criticises the police for their lack of progress on the case, and the murder of an old flower seller leaves the whole community terrified.

Mr. Summers (Rhys Williams), Constable Johnson (Torin Thatcher)
and Sergeant (Theodore Bikel)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S2E33

A MAN GREATLY BELOVED

Originally broadcast: 12 May 1957
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Sarett Rudley, A.A. Milne
A newcomer refuses to allow the church bazaar to be held in his garden, a young girl discovers that the man used to be a famous judge in Boston, and a bit of blackmail forces him to open his door to the local townsfolk.

John Anderson (Cedric Hardwicke) and Hildegard Fell (Evelyn Rudie)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 4

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S2E34

MARTHA MASON, MOVIE STAR

Originally broadcast: 19 May 1957
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Raymond Mason
A deluded woman convinces herself that she looks just like a movie star, her husband's refusal to divorce her sees him buried in the garden, and his employer struggles to believe a note about running away from home.

Mabel McKay (Judith Evelyn) and Henry G. McKay (Robert Emhardt)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E35

THE WEST WARLOCK TIME CAPSULE

Originally broadcast: 26 May 1957
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, J.P. Cahn
A taxidermist places a time capsule in a dead horse for a city memorial, his brother-in-law proves to be a nuisance when he turns up with a cold, and his exhausted wife has to be rushed to hospital when she collapses.

Louise Tiffany (Mildred Dunnock) and George Tiffany (Henry Jones)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S2E36

FATHER AND SON

Originally broadcast: 2 June 1957
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Thomas Burke
An elderly shop owner refuses to lend his workshy son any more money, news that his girl is leaving town makes him more desperate than ever, and his father offers help to an old friend who's on the run from the law.

Joe Saunders (Edmund Gwenn) and Sam Saunders (Charles Davis)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 9

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S2E37

THE INDESTRUCTIBLE MR. WEEMS

Originally broadcast: 9 June 1957
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: George F. Slavin
A group of lodge brothers struggle to find customers for a new cemetery, a dying former member is offered $50 a week if he agrees to be the first, and a miracle recovery sees the man who suggested it accused of fraud.

Cato Stone (Robert Middleton) and Clarence Weems (Russell Collins)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S2E38

A LITTLE SLEEP

Originally broadcast: 16 June 1957
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Joe Grenzeback
A flirty rich girl dumps off her boyfriend on the way into the mountains, stopping off at a diner brings news that there's a killer on the loose, and a trespasser staying in her cabin introduces himself as the wanted man.

Barbie Hallem (Barbara Cook) and Benny Mungo (Vic Morrow)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S2E39

THE DANGEROUS PEOPLE

Originally broadcast: 23 June 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Fredric Brown
Two strangers meet in a train station waiting room on a very cold night, a distant siren signals an escape at a home for the criminally insane, and the travellers both start to suspect that the other might be the madman.

Jones (Albert Salmi) and Bellefontaine (Robert H. Harris)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 9
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SEASON THREE

(1957-1958)
39 episodes
Season Score: 247
Episode Average: 6.33
Perfect 10's: 4
S3E1

THE GLASS EYE

Originally broadcast: 6 October 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Stirling Silliphant, John Keir Cross
A man tells his wife about how his dead cousin came to own a glass eye, he describes a lonely spinster who feared being left behind by love, and reveals how falling for a ventriloquist saw her travel from show to show.

Julia Lester (Jessica Tandy)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S3E2

MAIL ORDER PROPHET

Originally broadcast: 13 October 1957
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Robert C. Dennis Antony Ferry
An office worker gets a letter that talks of an ability to predict the future,
his friend warns him that a series of correct forecasts prove nothing, and the man steals $15,000 from his employer to invest in the stock market.

Ronald J. Grimes (E.G. Marshall) and George Benedict (Jack Klugman)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S3E3

THE PERFECT CRIME

Originally broadcast: 20 October 1957
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Stirling Silliphant, Ben Ray Redman
A brilliant detective insists that he is still waiting for the perfect murder, a lawyer accuses him of sending the wrong man to the electric chair, and a description of the murder weapon leads to evidence of a love triangle.

John Gregory (James Gregory) and Charles Courtney (Vincent Price)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E4

HEART OF GOLD

Originally broadcast: 27 October 1957
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Henry Slesar
A young man just released on parole visits the family of his prison friend, the mother welcomes him into her home by offering him her son's room, and an insurance company looks to recover $150,000 stolen from a bank.

Ralph Collins (Nehemiah Persoff), Martha Collins (Mildred Dunnock)
and Jackie Blake (Darryl Hickman)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S3E5

SILENT WITNESS

Originally broadcast: 3 November 1957
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Jeanne Barry
A professor tries to end an affair with a student to protect his marriage, her threat to expose him to his wife sees him strangle her to death, and the police reveal that the only witness to the crime is a screaming baby.

Prof. Donald Mason (Don Taylor) and Claudia Powell (Dolores Hart)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S3E6

REWARD TO FINDER

Originally broadcast: 10 November 1957
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Frank Gabrielson, F.J. Smith
A poverty-stricken janitor finds a wallet stuffed with hundred dollar bills, his wife spots an ad in the newspaper promising a generous reward, and a second ad reveals that her husband is trying to keep it all for himself.

Anna Kaminsky (Jo Van Fleet) and Carl Kaminsky (Oskar Homolka)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 9

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S3E7

ENOUGH ROPE FOR TWO

Originally broadcast: 17 November 1957
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Joel Murcott, Clark Howard
A man is released from prison after serving ten years for armed robbery,
the partners who set him up wait to finally get a share of the money, and the three drive out to the desert together to retrieve it from a mineshaft.

Joe Kedzie (Steven Hill), Madge Griffin (Jean Hagen)
and Maxie (Steve Brodie
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S3E8

LAST REQUEST

Originally broadcast: 24 November 1957
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Joel Murcott, Helen Fislar Brooks
A man about to be executed uses his last request to ask for a typewriter, he explains how he is about to pay for a crime that he didn't commit, and reveals that the incompetent district attorney has made mistake before.

Gerry Daniels (Harry Guardino)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S3E9

THE YOUNG ONE

Originally broadcast: 1 December 1957
Directed by: Robert Altman
Written by: Sarett Rudley, Philip S. Goodman, Sandy Sax
A bored teen is furious when her boyfriend refuses to run away with her, a handsome stranger rejects the idea of taking her on the road with him, and her aunt confronts her about her awful behaviour and constant lies.

Janice (Carol Lynley)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S3E10

THE DIPLOMATIC CORPSE

Originally broadcast: 8 December 1957
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Alex Coppel
A couple find that their aunt has died in their car during a trip to Mexico,
talk of a sizeable inheritance leaves them seeking a death certificate, and the theft of her body sees them call in the services of a private detective.

Janet Wallace (Mary Scott), Tomas Salgado (Peter Lorre)
and Evan Wallace (George Peppard)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S3E11

THE DEADLY

Originally broadcast: 15 December 1957
Directed by: Don Taylor
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Lawrence Treat
A man tells his wife to ask for an estimate before having a leak repaired, the plumber insists that he needs to go upstairs to equalise the pressure, and the police are called in when he threatens to destroy her reputation.

Jack Staley (Lee Phillips) and Margot Brenner (Phyllis Thaxter)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E12

MISS PAISLEY'S CAT

Originally broadcast: 22 December 1957
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, Roy Vickers
A lonely old lady adopts a stray cat when it wanders into her apartment, a foul-tempered neighbour threatens to kill it when it steals his food, and the woman waits to have her revenge when it turns up dead in the alley.

Emma Paisley (Dorothy Stickney)
HOLY GODIVA 1 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 2

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S3E13

NIGHT OF THE EXECUTION

Originally broadcast: 29 December 1957
Directed by: Jus Addiss
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Henry Slesar
A prosecuting attorney needs a guilty verdict to save his political future, his wife is thrilled when a win gets her closer to the Governor's Mansion, and an old man casts doubt on the case by claiming that he is the killer.

Warren Selvy (Pat Hingle) and Doreen Selvy (Georgann Johnson)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E14

THE PERCENTAGE

Originally broadcast: 5 January 1958
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, David Alexander
A man tracks down an army buddy who covered something up in Korea, the proud television repairman refuses to accept a financial reward, and the desperate former sergeant asks his friend's wife to change his mind.

Louise Williams (Nita Talbot) and Eddie Slovak (Alex Nicol)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S3E15

TOGETHER

Originally broadcast: 12 January 1958
Directed by: Robert Altman
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Alex Coppel
A man tells his lover that he's spoken to his wife about getting a divorce,
an attempt to call his bluff sees him stab her with a letter opener, and a broken door key leaves him locked inside her boss's office with the body.

Shelley (Christine White) and Tony Gould (Joseph Cotten)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S3E16

SYLVIA

Originally broadcast: 19 January 1958
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Ira Levin
A father worries about his troubled daughter when she purchases a gun, news that she will be alone in the house makes him worry about suicide, and her ex-husband goes back on a deal when she asks him to visit her.

John Leeds (John McIntyre) and Sylvia Leeds Kent (Ann Todd)
HOLY GODIVA 1 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 2

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S3E17

THE MOTIVE

Originally broadcast: 26 January 1958
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Rose Simon Kohn
A man suggests that motiveless murders are almost impossible to solve, his drunken friend suggests killing somebody to test out the theory, and a randomly chosen victim invites a pollster into his home to do a survey.

Richard (William Redfield) and Tommy Greer (Skip Homeier)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 9

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S3E18

MISS BRACEGIRDLE DOES HER DUTY

Originally broadcast: 2 February 1958
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Marian B. Cockrell, Stacy Aumonier
A woman travels abroad for the first time to help bring somebody home, a broken door handle locks her in the wrong hotel room with a foreigner, and the realisation that he's dead makes her situation a whole lot worse.

Millicent Bracegirdle (Mildred Natwick)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S3E19

THE EQUALIZER

Originally broadcast: 9 February 1958
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, C.B. Gilford
An accountant warns a womanising salesman against pursuing his wife,
a confrontation in a bar puts an end to both the affair and the marriage, and the angry husband insists on challenging his stronger rival to a fight.

Eldon Marsh (Martin Balsam) and Wayne Phillips (Lief Erickson)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S3E20

ON THE NOSE

Originally broadcast: 16 February 1958
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Irving Elman, Henry Slesar
A man tells his wife that the marriage is over if she continues to gamble, a bookie threatens to talk to him if she doesn't come up with his money, and things get far worse when the desperate woman resorts to stealing.
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S3E21

GUEST FOR BREAKFAST

Originally broadcast: 23 February 1958
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, C.B. Gilford
A bickering couple's breakfast is interrupted by an intruder with a gun, the fugitive explains that he only intends to keep one of them alive, and the pair each provide reasons why they would make the better hostage.

Jordan Ross (Scott McKay), Eve Ross (Joan Tetzel)
and Chester Lacey (Richard Shepard)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S3E22

THE RETURN OF THE HERO

Originally broadcast: 2 March 1958
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Andrew Solt, Stirling Silliphant
A soldier prepares to return home from war after he's injured in Algiers, his lover begs to go with him despite being engaged to another man, and his loudmouthed friend makes a bet that forces him to talk to his family.

Therese (Susan Kohner) and Sgt. Andre Doniere (Jacques Bergerac)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S3E23

THE RIGHT KIND OF HOUSE

Originally broadcast: 9 March 1958
Directed by: Don Taylor
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Henry Slesar
A man shows interest in a rundown house on the edge of a small town, the realtor reveals that the non-negotiable price is five times the value, and the elderly owner tells of when her son came home a changed man.

Sadie Grimes (Jeanette Nolan) and Mr. Waterbury (Robert Emhardt)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S3E24

THE FOGHORN

Originally broadcast: 16 March 1958
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Frank Gabrielson, Gertrude Atherton
A woman dreams about the night she fell for a married man at a party, she recalls a chance meeting after her engagement had been called off, and of how thoughts about ending the friendship led to talk of divorce.

Lucia Clay (Barbara Bel Geddes) and Allen Bliss (Michael Rennie)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S3E25

FLIGHT TO THE EAST

Originally broadcast: 23 March 1958
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Joel Murcott, Bevil Charles
A nurse starts talking to a war correspondent while on a flight to Cairo, he explains why he tried to save a man on trial for arms trafficking, and reveals how the defendant's father accused him of causing his execution.

Barbara Denim (Patricia Cutts) and Ted Franklin (Gary Merrill)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E26

BULL IN A CHINA SHOP

Originally broadcast: 30 March 1958
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Sarett Rudley, C.B. Gilford
A detective learns that one of five old ladies who live next door has died, the coroner finds that the woman was a victim of arsenic poisoning, and news that the neighbour won't be on the case leads to a second murder.

Dennis O'Finn (Dennis Morgan), Miss Hildy-Lou (Estelle Winwood),
Miss Birdie (Ida Moore), Miss Bessie (Elizabeth Patterson)
and Miss Samantha (Ellen Corby)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E27

DISAPPEARING TRICK

Originally broadcast: 6 April 1958
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Kathleen Hite, Victor Canning
A bookie's assistant is sent to find a client who has stopped placing bets, his wife reveals that he drowned some time ago in a sailing accident, and wagers placed three months after his death suggest that he staged it all.

Walter Richmond (Robert Horton) and Laura Gild (Betsy von Furstenberg)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E28

LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER

Originally broadcast: 13 April 1958
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Roald Dahl
A cop announces that he wants a divorce after meeting another woman, his pregnant wife puts an end to his plans by clubbing him to death, and the police are confused as they struggle to identify the murder weapon.

Mary Maloney (Barbara Bel Geddes)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S3E29

FATAL FIGURES

Originally broadcast: 20 April 1958
Directed by: Don Taylor
Written by: Arthur Hiller, Rick Edelstein
A man realises that his boring life makes him little more than a number, a list of crime statistics offers him many ways to join smaller groups, and his domineering sister helps him along by accusing him of philandering.

Margaret Goames (Vivian Nathan)
and Harold George Goames (John McGiver)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E30

DEATH SENTENCE

Originally broadcast: 27 April 1958
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Joel Murcott, Miriam Allen DeFord
An insecure real estate agent fails to get over being raised as an orphan,
a childhood friend shows up after serving twelve years for killing a man, and the ex-con insists that $50,000 will stop him naming his accomplice.

Norman Frayne(James Best), Paula Frayne (Katharine Bard)
and Al Revnel (Steve Brodie)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E31

THE FESTIVE SEASON

Originally broadcast: 4 May 1958
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Stanley Ellin
A man arrives at the home of his old friends with gifts on Christmas Eve, he's told that the siblings have rarely spoken since a tragic accident, and the brother insists that his sister must be punished for his wife's murder.

Charlie Boerum (Richard Waring), Attorney John (Edmon Ryan)
and Celia Boerum (Carmen Mathews)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S3E32

LISTEN, LISTEN.....!

Originally broadcast: 11 May 1958
Directed by: Don Taylor
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, R.E. Kendall
An old man is sure that the third of three murders was a copycat killing, the police insist that they have enough evidence to convict the killer, and a similar brush off from a journalist sees him turn to the church for help.

Herbert Johnson (Edger Stehli)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S3E33

POST MORTEM

Originally broadcast: 18 May 1958
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Cornell Woolrich
A woman finds that her late husband had a $133,000 Sweepstakes ticket,
her new husband rejects the idea of digging him up to check his pockets, and a reporter who offers help at the cemetery reveals who he really is.

Steve Archer (Steve Forrest) and Judy Archer (Joanna Moore)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S3E34

THE CROCODILE CASE

Originally broadcast: 25 May 1958
Directed by: Don Taylor
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Roy Vickers
A motorist is beaten to death after finding a car blocking the road ahead, the killer's lover insists that she didn't want her husband murdered, and the woman pesters the police about finding her crocodile dressing case.

Jack Lyons (Denholm Elliott) and Phyllis Chaundry (Hazel Court)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S3E35

DIP IN THE POOL

Originally broadcast: 1 June 1958
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Roald Dahl
A gambler learns of a pool where passengers bet on the ship's daily run,
bad weather since the Captain's estimate persuades him to aim low, and the man looks set to lose his money when the storm passes in the night.

William Botibol (Keenan Wynn) and Mr. Renshaw (Philip Bourneuf)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S3E36

THE SAFE PLACE

Originally broadcast: 8 June 1958
Directed by: James Neilson
Written by: Michael Hogan, Jay Wilson
A head bank teller worries about being poor and alone in his retirement, his brother suggests buying into a business that's being badly managed, and killing a gambler is seen as the best way to raise the required funds.

George Piper (Robert H. Harris) and Millie Manners (Joanne Linville)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S3E37

THE CANARY SEDAN

Originally broadcast: 15 June 1958
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Stirling Silliphant, Ann Bridge
A psychic travels to Hong Kong to be reunited with her banker husband, his insistence that she needs a chauffeur sees her buy a secondhand car, and a disembodied voice leads to questions about the previous owners.

Laura Bowlby (Jessica Tandy)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S3E38

THE IMPROMPTU MURDER

Originally broadcast: 22 June 1958
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, Roy Vickers
A solicitor discovers that a client plans to invest in her brother's factory, the woman is disposed of in the night to stop her making the withdrawal, and witnesses suggest that she left for the station the following morning.

Henry Daw (Hume Cronyn)
and Inspector Charles Tarrant (Robert Douglas)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S3E39

LITTLE WHITE FROCK

Originally broadcast: 29 June 1958
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Stirling Silliphant, Stacy Aumonier
A playwright is sure he knows why an old actor has invited him to dinner, the faded star explains how he plans to walk away from the theatre, and his guests are told of how an actress once rejected him for another man.

Carol Longsworth (Julie Adams), Colin Bragner (Herbert Marshall)
and Adam Longsworth (Tom Helmore)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10
Rate:
Owned Wanted Custom

SEASON FOUR

(1958-1959)
36 episodes
Season Score: 240
Episode Average: 6.67
Perfect 10's: 1
S4E1

POISON

Originally broadcast: 5 October 1958
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Casey Robinson, Roald Dahl
A man tells his friend that there's a deadly snake asleep on his stomach,
the pair talk about the girl they both love as they wait for help to arrive, and the doctor suggests that the serum might offer no protection at all.

Timber Woods (Wendell Corey), Dr. Ganderbay (Arnold Moss)
and Harry Pope (James Donald)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E2

DON'T INTERRUPT

Originally broadcast: 12 October 1958
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Sidney Carroll
The radio reports of an escape from a mental hospital during a blizzard, a man travelling alone asks a family if he can join them for a few drinks, and a child is paid a dollar to be quiet when the train stops unexpectedly.

Mr. Kilmer (Chill Wills), Larry Templeton (Biff McGuire)
and Mary Templeton (Cloris Leachman)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S4E3

THE JOKESTER

Originally broadcast: 19 October 1958
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Robert Arthur
A newspaperman plays a practical joke on an elderly morgue attendant, a cop realises the truth after a report of a corpse coming back to life, and the old man worries that falling for the childish trick has cost him his job.

Pop Henderson (Roscoe Ates) and Mr. Bradley (Albert Salmi)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E4

THE CROOKED ROAD

Originally broadcast: 26 October 1958
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: William Fay, Alex Gaby
A couple are forced off the road by a cop despite not breaking any laws, a tow truck arrives after a disagreement about a shot wheel bearing, and an accusation about crooked activities leads straight to the court house.

Off. Pete Chandler (Walter Matthau), Harry Adams (Richard Kiley)
and Mrs. Adams (Patricia Breslin)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E5

THE $2,000,000 DEFENSE

Originally broadcast: 2 November 1958
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: William Fay, Harold Q. Masur
A man claims that a dropped gun accidentally shot his wife's lover dead, an expert suggests that it would be impossible with the safety catch on, and the accused offers his lawyer a fee of $2,000,000 to get an acquittal.

Lloyd Ashley (Leslie Nielsen) and Mark Robeson (Barry Sullivan)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E6

DESIGN FOR LOVING

Originally broadcast: 9 November 1958
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Ray Bradbury
A man bets that he can still be at home with his wife while out drinking, the truth reveals that he has bought an exact duplicate of himself, and his friend gets a shock when he decides to buy a marionette of his own.

Charles Brailing (Norman Lloyd) and Tom Smith (Elliott Reid)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E7

MAN WITH A PROBLEM

Originally broadcast: 16 November 1958
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Joel Murcott, Donald Honig
A man threatens to jump from a ledge after his wife finds someone else, a beat cop tries to persuade him to step into the safety of his hotel room, and the actions of a police lieutenant only push him closer to his death.

Carl Adams (Gary Merrill) and Karen Adams (Elizabeth Montgomery)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S4E8

SAFETY FOR THE WITNESS

Originally broadcast: 23 November 1958
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: William Fay, John De Meyer
A gunsmith is shot when he witnesses the killing of yet another witness, the police wait for him to be able to provide the names of the shooters, and the authorities laugh when he confesses to taking out the hoodlums.

Cyril T. Jones (Art Carney)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S4E9

MURDER ME TWICE

Originally broadcast: 7 December 1958
Directed by: David Swift
Written by: Irving Elman, Lawrence Treat
A woman agrees to be put into a trance by a hypnotist at a dinner party,
a claim to be Dora Evans from 1853 sees her stab her husband to death, and a call to the historical society shows that the person really did exist.

Miles Farnham (Tom Helmore) and Lucy Pryor (Phyllis Thaxter)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E10

TEA TIME

Originally broadcast: 14 December 1958
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Kathleen Hite, Margaret Manners
A woman invites her lover's wife to join her for tea at a posh restaurant,
a lack of concern about the affair sees her divorce request rejected, and
a letter written to a former lover is used to turn the tables in her favour.

Blanche Herbert (Marsha Hunt) and Iris Teleton (Margaret Leighton)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E11

AND THE DESERT SHALL BLOSSOM

Originally broadcast: 21 December 1958
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Loren Good
A town council worry about the welfare of two ageing gold prospectors,
a rash promise to make a rosebush grow leaves them needing a miracle, and a stranger demands to be taken to Reno when his car breaks down.

Tom Akins (William Demarest) and Ben White (Roscoe Ates)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E12

MRS. HERMAN AND MRS. FENIMORE

Originally broadcast: 28 December 1958
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Donald Honig
A woman looks for the right boarder to move in with her and her uncle,
a middle-aged actress responds to the ad after her company folds, and the newcomer is asked to play a part in murdering the wealthy old man.

Bill Finley (Russell Collins), Mrs. Fenimore (Mary Astor)
and Mrs. Herman (Doro Merande)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E13

SIX PEOPLE, NO MUSIC

Originally broadcast: 4 January 1959
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Richard Berg, Garson Kanin
An undertaker is delighted when he's asked to arrange a lavish funeral, the man gets a shock when the corpse sits up and clears his throat, and the department store owner gives orders for it to be done on the cheap.

Rhoda Motherwell (Peggy Cass) and Arthur Motherwell (John McGiver)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S4E14

THE MORNING AFTER

Originally broadcast: 11 January 1959
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Rose Simon Kohn, Henry Slesar
A young woman explains that her lover is trying to work out his divorce,
her disapproving mother begs the man to stay away from her daughter, and his unsuspecting wife is horrified when she is told about the affair.

Mrs. Trotter (Jeanette Nolan) and Ben Nelson (Robert Alda)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E15

A PERSONAL MATTER

Originally broadcast: 18 January 1959
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Joel Murcott, Brett Halliday
A chief engineer working on a tunnel project threatens to leave the job, his boss forces him to think again when he abandons him at the site, and a news bulletin about a manhunt raises questions about a new assistant.

Joe Philips (Joe Maross) and Bret Johnson (Wayne Morris)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S4E16

OUT THERE - DARKNESS

Originally broadcast: 25 January 1959
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, William O'Farrell
A woman refuses to lend a dog walker $50 to pay for his girl's operation, being attacked in a dark alleyway leaves her without a valuable ring, and a failure to do a deal sees her identify the desperate man as the mugger.

Eddie McMahon (James Congdon) and Miss Fox (Bette Davis)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E17

TOTAL LOSS

Originally broadcast: 1 February 1959
Directed by: Don Taylor
Written by: Robert Lees (J.E. Selby)
A dress shop owner struggles to stay open when her finances get tied up, the bank manager explains that he won't be able to lend her any money, and a salesman points out how a fire can be the answer to her problems.

Jan Manning (Nancy Olson) and Mel Reeves (Ralph Meeker)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S4E18

THE LAST DARK STEP

Originally broadcast: 8 February 1959
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: William Fay, Margaret Manners
A man promises to marry his fiancée when a real estate deal is finalised,
a writer who has been paying his bills insists that he belongs to her, and a day out at the beach is seen as a perfect way to get rid of the problem.

Leslie Lenox (Fay Spain) and Brad Taylor (Robert Horton)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E19

THE MORNING OF THE BRIDE

Originally broadcast: 15 February 1959
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Kathleen Hite, Neil S. Boardman
A bride hopes that her mother-in-law will like her when they finally meet, her thoughts turn to how she waited for her fiancé to return from Korea, and she recalls how her big day was delayed for five years by his excuses.

Helen Brewster (Barbara Bel Geddes)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E20

THE DIAMOND NECKLACE

Originally broadcast: 22 February 1959
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Sarett Rudley
A jewellery store employee finds that he is being forced into retirement,
a woman arranges to surprise her husband with a valuable necklace, and the old man is horrified when the customer vanishes with the diamonds.

Mrs. Rudell (Betsy von Furstenberg) and Andrew Thurgood (Claude Rains)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E21

RELATIVE VALUE

Originally broadcast: 1 March 1959
Directed by: Paul Almond
Written by: Francis. M. Cockrell, Milward Kennedy
A gambler is warned by his cousin after he forges cheques in his name,
a need to access the family fortune sees him establish a series of alibis, and a butler's holiday provides opportunity to remove the only obstacle.

John Manbridge (Denholm Elliott)
and Felix Edward Manbridge (Torin Thatcher)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E22

THE RIGHT PRICE

Originally broadcast: 8 March 1959
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Henry Slesar
A married couple squabble about money and their business partnership,
a burglar suggests a way to make a bundle from an insurance claim, and the husband pays the intruder to kill his wife after they fail to do a deal.

Mort Barnhardt (Allyn Joslyn) and The Cat (Eddie Foy Jr.)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E23

I'LL TAKE CARE OF YOU

Originally broadcast: 15 March 1959
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: William Fay, George Clayton Johnson
A struggling car lot owner complains about his wife's constant spending, a row about an expensive trip sees her threaten him with bad publicity, and an employee helps to cover things up when he kills her with his car.

Dad (Russell Collins) and John Forbes (Ralph Meeker)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E24

THE AVON EMERALDS

Originally broadcast: 22 March 1959
Directed by: Bretaigne Windust
Written by: William Fay, Joe Pidcock
Scotland Yard is asked to make sure that a necklace stays in the country, the man on the case is warned that thieves have started to move in, and the tax-dodging owner shows little concern when the stones are stolen.

Lady Gwendolyn Avon (Hazel Court) and Inspector Benson (Roger Moore)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S4E25

THE KIND WAITRESS

Originally broadcast: 29 March 1959
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: William O'Farrell, Henry Slesar
A sick old lady tells a waitress that she has been taken care of in her will, the friendship begins to sour as the woman outstays her welcome, and an impatient boyfriend educates himself about ways to help her along.

Thelma Tompkins (Olive Deering) and Arthur (Rick Jason
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E26

CHEAP IS CHEAP

Originally broadcast: 5 April 1959
Directed by: Bretaigne Windust
Written by: Albert E. Luwin, Burt Styler
A woman discovers that her penny-pinching husband has saved $33,000, talk of an expensive divorce leaves him looking for a way to kill her, and a chat with a professional hit man reveals the cost of bumping her off.

Alexander Gifford (Dennis Day) and Jennifer Gifford (Alice Backes)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E27

THE WAXWORK

Originally broadcast: 12 April 1959
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Casey Robinson, A.M. Burrage
A reporter asks if he can spend a night in a wax museum murderers' den, the man explains that he needs to earn money to clear a gambling debt, and the owner makes things more difficult by insisting on locking him in.

Mr. Marriner (Everett Sloane) and Raymond Houston (Barry Nelson)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S4E28

THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM

Originally broadcast: 19 April 1959
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: John Lindsey, Meade Roberts
A fading actor talks of his humiliation at having to accept smaller roles,
his loyal personal assistant is told to put her life before her dreams, and the mother of his dead girlfriend threatens to reveal all if she isn't paid.

Miss Hall (Carmen Mathews) and Oliver Mathews (Franchot Tone)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E29

BANQUO'S CHAIR

Originally broadcast: 3 May 1959
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Francis. M. Cockrell, Rupert Croft-Cooke
A retired police inspector sets up a dinner party to finally solve a murder, an actress is hired to appear as the dead woman's ghost during the meal, and a barking sound that nobody else can hear puts the suspect on edge.

Robert Stone (Max Adrian), John Bedford (Kenneth Haigh),
Major Cook-Finch (Reginald Gardiner) and Inspector Brent (John Williams)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E30

A NIGHT WITH THE BOYS

Originally broadcast: 10 May 1959
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Jay Folb, Henry Slesar
A newly married man loses all of his salary in a poker game with his boss, his pregnant wife suggests reporting it when he says that he was robbed, and the police tell him that they have arrested the kid who attacked him.

Irving Randall (John Smith) and Frances Randall (Joyce Meadows)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E31

YOUR WITNESS

Originally broadcast: 17 May 1959
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: William Fay, Helen Nielsen
A lawyer tells his wife that he is no longer involved with another woman, efforts are made to discredit a model witness in a hit-and-run case, and proof of an ongoing affair leads to some cruel words about the marriage.

Arnold Shawn (Brian Keith) and Naomi Shawn (Leora Dana)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S4E32

HUMAN INTEREST STORY

Originally broadcast: 17 May 1959
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Fredric Brown
A reporter receives a lead about a crank who is claiming to be a Martian, the man tells of escaping from jail on Mars to find his city deserted, and of how discovering a field filled with corpses led to him arriving on Earth.

Bill Everett (Steve McQueen) and Howard Wilcox (Arthur Hill)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S4E33

THE DUSTY DRAWER

Originally broadcast: 31 May 1959
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Halsted Welles, Harry Miles Muheim
A professor pesters a bank teller about $200 that he stole from a deposit,
the discovery of a hidden drawer provides an idea for a fake holdup, and the lack of a gun leads to concerns about the man who raised the alarm.

Norman Logan (Dick York) and William Tritt (Philip Coolidge)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E34

A TRUE ACCOUNT

Originally broadcast: 7 June 1959
Directed by: Leonard Horn
Written by: Fredric Brown, Robert C. Dennis, Anthony Gilbert
A woman asks for legal advice about a murder that has been committed, the former nurse explains how she cared for a patient until she died, and the lawyer hears how marrying the widowed husband led to a discovery.

Mrs. Cannon-Hughes (Jane Greer) and Gilbert Hughes (Kent Smith)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S4E35

TOUCHÉ

Originally broadcast: 14 June 1959
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: William Fay, Bryce Walton
An ex-boxer is upset when his friend has an affair with his cupcake wife,
fear of being sent to the electric chair stops him from using his fists, and a law student points out that he could legally kill his opponent in a duel.

Bill Fleming (Paul Douglas)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S4E36

INVITATION TO AN ACCIDENT

Originally broadcast: 21 June 1959
Directed by: Don Taylor
Written by: Robert C. Dennis, Whit Masterson
A married woman is warned about having an affair with her ex-husband, the wife is almost killed when a scaffold plank falls on her in the garden, and an old admirer has reason to suspect that it was attempted murder.

Joseph Pond (Gary Merrill) and Virgilia Pond (Joanna Moore)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5
Rate:
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SEASON FIVE

(1959-1960)
38 episodes
Season Score: 255
Episode Average: 6.71
Perfect 10's: 4
S5E1

ARTHUR

Originally broadcast: 27 September 1959
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Arthur Williams
A New Zealand chicken farmer proudly announces that he is a murderer, he tells of how his fiancée ditched him to marry a wealthy financier, and reveals how her sudden return threatened to spoil his isolated lifestyle.

Arthur Williams (Laurence Harvey) and Helen Braithwaite (Hazel Court)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S5E2

THE CRYSTAL TRENCH

Originally broadcast: 4 October 1959
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Stirling Silliphant, A.E.W. Mason
An Englishman is asked to pass on news of a death on the Schwarzhorn, an attempt to recover the man's body fails when it drops into a crevasse, and concern for the wife he left behind turns into something much more.

Mark Cavendish (James Donald) and Stella Ballister (Patricia Owens)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S5E3

APPOINTMENT AT ELEVEN

Originally broadcast: 11 October 1959
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Evan Hunter, Robert Turner
A teenager goes out drinking despite his mother having his supper ready, meeting a blonde sees him open up about his hatred for his father, and several people he encounters hear that his life will change at 11 o'clock.

David Logan (Clint Kimbrough)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S5E4

COYOTE MOON

Originally broadcast: 18 October 1959
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Harold Swanton, Kenneth Perkins
A professor gives a hitchhiker a lift after rescuing an injured coyote pup, a tramp further up the road turns out to be her liberty-taking father, and a lack of gas sees the growing family find their next unfortunate victim.

Pops (Edgar Buchanan) Julie (Collin Wilcox Paxton)
and Professor (Macdonald Carey)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S5E5

NO PAIN

Originally broadcast: 25 October 1959
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: William Fay, Talmage Powell
A man who relies on an iron lung worries about his wife's new friendship, questions are asked about killing him when his nurse is given a night off, and the minutes quickly tick away when he is taken out of the respirator.

Cindy Rainey (Joanna Moore) and Dave Rainey (Brian Keith)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S5E6

ANNIVERSARY GIFT

Originally broadcast: 1 November 1959
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Harold Swanton, John Collier
A henpecked husband grows tired of being second best to his wife's pets, a neighbour claims that life has been beer and fishing since his wife died, and an advert in a magazine leads to a suggestion about getting a snake.

Myra Jenkins (Barbara Baxley) and Hermie Jenkins (Harry Morgan)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S5E7

DRY RUN

Originally broadcast: 8 November 1959
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: Bill S. Ballinger, Norman Struber
An up-and-coming gangster is told to kill a man in order to prove himself, the target proves to be more than ready as he takes delivery of $10,000, and the young man is warned about being taken in by his boss's big talk.

Moran (Walter Matthau) and Art (Robert Vaughn)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S5E8

THE BLESSINGTON METHOD

Originally broadcast: 15 November 1959
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Halsted Welles, Stanley Ellin
A man talks to a potential client about the issue of an ageing population, the idea of having his nuisance mother-in-law killed leaves him horrified, and the thought of thirty-two years of demands sees him make the call.

J.J. Bunce (Dick York) and John Treadwell (Henry Jones)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S5E9

DEAD WEIGHT

Originally broadcast: 22 November 1959
Directed by: Stuart Rosenberg
Written by: Jerry Sohl, Herb Golden
A married man and his girlfriend are disturbed by a thief on lovers' lane, a scuffle sees the situation quickly turn against the young hoodlum, and the couple realise that handing him to the police will expose their affair.

Peg Valence (Julie Adams) and Courtney Masterson (Joseph Cotten)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S5E10

SPECIAL DELIVERY

Originally broadcast: 29 November 1959
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Ray Bradbury
A boy is delighted when a package containing mushroom spores arrives, a neighbour goes missing after talking about a spate of disappearances, and concerns grow after the arrival of a warning about special deliveries.

Bill Fortnam (Stephen Dunne), Tom Fortnam (Peter Lazer)
and Cynthia Fortam (Beatrice Straight)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S5E11

ROAD HOG

Originally broadcast: 6 December 1959
Directed by: Stuart Rosenberg
Written by: Bill S. Ballinger, Harold R. Daniels
A truck carrying a badly injured farmer is run off the road by a salesman, the doctor tells his father that he lost far too much blood to survive, and the family search for the man who caused the death of their loved one.

Ed Fratus (Robert Emhardt), Sam Pine (Raymond Massey)
and Ben Tulip (Ray Teal)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S5E12

SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE

Originally broadcast: 13 December 1959
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Victor Wolfson, Stanley Ellin
A food connoisseur introduces an employee to an exclusive dining club, news that the specialty is not being served comes as a disappointment, and the newcomer is invited back so he can taste the Lamb Armistran.

Mr. Costain (Kenneth Haigh) and Mr. Laffler (Robert Morley)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S5E13

AN OCCURRENCE AT OWL CREEK BRIDGE

Originally broadcast: 20 December 1959
Directed by: Robert Stevenson
Written by: Harold Swanton, Ambrose Bierce
A plantation owner waits to be hanged after he is captured by Unionists, his thoughts turn to his attempt to destroy a seized railroad bridge, and a fall into the creek when the rope snaps allows him to make his escape.

Peyton Farquhar (Ronald Howard)
HOLY GODIVA 1 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 2

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S5E14

GRADUATING CLASS

Originally broadcast: 27 December 1959
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Stirling Silliphant, Edouard Sandoz
A European literature teacher asks her friend for a job at a girls' college,
a persistent neighbour persuades her to go out for a meal with him, and spotting a very bright student at a night club gives her cause for concern.

Gloria Barnes (Gigi Perreau) and Laura Siddons (Wendy Hiller)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S5E15

MAN FROM THE SOUTH

Originally broadcast: 3 January 1960
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: William Fay, Roald Dahl
A man approaches a couple who have just got talking in a Las Vegas bar, a comment about a lighter never failing to light leads to an idea for a bet, and a chance to win a car sees the gambler put a little finger on the line.

Carlos (Peter Lorre), Woman (Neile Adams)
and Gambler (Steve McQueen)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S5E16

THE IKON OF ELIJAH

Originally broadcast: 10 January 1960
Directed by: Paul Almond
Written by: Norah Perez, Victor Wolfson, Avram Davidson
A struggling antiques dealer dreams about one day travelling the world, a customer insists that his client will pay good money for a genuine icon, and a monk reveals that there is such an item at an isolated monastery.

Carpius (Oskar Homolka) The Abbot (Sam Jaffe
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S5E17

THE CURE

Originally broadcast: 24 January 1960
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Michael Pertwee, Robert Bloch
An oil explorer is horrified after his wife tries to murder him in his sleep, his partner restrains her when the manservant is told not to kill her, and claims that she was sick see him suggest taking her to see a psychiatrist.

Mike (Peter Mark Richman) and Jeff Jensen (Nehemiah Persoff)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S5E18

BACKWARD, BACKWARD TURN

Originally broadcast: 31 January 1960
Directed by: Stuart Rosenberg
Written by: Charles Beaumont, Dorothy Salisbury Davis
A 59-year-old man is accused of murdering his teenage fiancée's father, the testimony of a disapproving woman leaves little room for doubt, and the reluctant Sheriff tries everything to prove that his friend is innocent.

Sue Thompson (Phyllis Love), Phil Canby (Tom Tully)
and Sheriff Andy Willetts (Alan Baxter)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S5E19

NOT THE RUNNING TYPE

Originally broadcast: 7 February 1960
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Jerry Sohl, Henry Slesar
A police captain learns that a timid criminal has been released on parole, his lieutenant hears how the man stole $200,000 from his company, and of his refusal to reveal where the money was when he gave himself up.

Milton Potter (Paul Hartman) and Capt. Ernest Fisher (Robert Bray)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S5E20

THE DAY OF THE BULLET

Originally broadcast: 14 February 1960
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Bill S. Ballinger, Stanley Ellin
A man reads that a Brooklyn racket boss has been shot dead in his car, his thoughts turn back thirty-five years to when he witnessed a beating, and how nobody would listen when he and his friend went to the police.

Clete Vine (Glenn Walken) and Ignace 'Iggy' Kovacs (Barry Gordon)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S5E21

HITCH HIKE

Originally broadcast: 21 February 1960
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Ed Lacy
A councilman narrowly avoids a scandal when his niece appears in court, a hitchhiker who helps with a stuck horn asks for a favour in return, and news that the youth is an ex-con leaves the model citizen feeling uneasy.

Len (Robert Morse), Anne (Suzanne Pleshette)
and Charles Underhill (John McIntire)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S5E22

ACROSS THE THRESHOLD

Originally broadcast: 28 February 1960
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Charlotte Armstrong, L.B. Gordon
A man tires of his possessive mother controlling every aspect of his life, talk of suicide sees him ask his actress girlfriend to play a medium, and news that her husband is waiting for her sees her reach for the poison.

Irma Coulette (Barbara Baxley), Hubert Winter (George Grizzard)
and Sofie Winter (Patricia Collinge)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S5E23

CRAIG'S WILL

Originally broadcast: 6 March 1960
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Albert E. Lewin, Burt Styler, Valerie Dyke
A gold-digger expects her fiancé to inherit a fortune from his rich uncle, news that he will have to wait until a dog dies leads to a decision to kill it, and a sudden change of heart sees her pay somebody else to get it done.

Vincent Noonan (Paul Stewart), Judy (Stella Stevens)
and Thomas Craig (Dick Van Dyke)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S5E24

MADAME MYSTERY

Originally broadcast:27 March 1960
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: William Fay, Robert Bloch
A young PR man talks about a publicity campaign for a drowned actress, a writer reluctantly agrees to provide the creative touch that it requires, and the woman spoils everything by turning up alive three months later.

Jimmy Dolan (Joby Baker), Betsy Blake (Audrey Totter)
Steven (Harp McGuire)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E25

THE LITTLE MAN WHO WAS THERE

Originally broadcast: 3 April 1960
Directed by: George Stevens Jr
Written by: Gordon Russell, Larry Ward
A little man in a top hat walks into a bar in a small copper mining town, the bartender tells how two men introduced brotherly love to the locals, and the newcomer creates a scene to try and pick a fight with the pair.

The Little Man (Norman Lloyd)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S5E26

MOTHER, MAY I GO OUT TO SWIM?

Originally broadcast: 10 April 1960
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Q. Patrick
A man at a coroner's inquest recalls how he fell in love while on holiday, thoughts turn to magical moments that were interrupted by his mother, and to how things were anything but warm when the women finally met.

Claire Crane (Jessie Royce Landis), John Crane (William Shatner),
and Lottie Rank (Gia Scala)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E27

THE CUCKOO CLOCK

Originally broadcast: 17 April 1960
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: Robert Bloch, Frank Mace
A woman learns of an escaped mental patient when she visits her cabin, a terrified visitor claims that she saw a strange man whilst out painting, and the uninvited guest suggests not responding to knocks at the door.

Ida Blythe (Beatrice Slight) and Madeleine Hall (Fay Spain)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E28

FORTY DETECTIVES LATER

Originally broadcast: 24 April 1960
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Henry Slesar
A man asks a private detective to arrange a meeting with his wife's killer, a shared interest in jazz music brings an invite to the target's home, and talk of getting revenge leaves him feeling uneasy about the whole thing.

William Tyre (James Franciscus) and Otto (Jack Weston)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E29

THE HERO

Originally broadcast: 1 May 1960
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: Bill S. Ballinger, Henry De Vere Stacpoole
An entrepreneur recognises a fellow passenger on a ship to South Africa, the man tries to avoid conversation after claiming mistaken identity, and a newspaper report about a badly beaten prospector leads to the truth.

Mr. A.J. Keyser (Oskar Homolka) and Richard Musgrave (Eric Portman)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S5E30

INSOMNIA

Originally broadcast: 8 May 1960
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: Henry Slesar
A man suffering from chronic insomnia is advised to visit a psychiatrist, the patient recounts the night his wife was killed in a terrible house fire, and reveals how her brother accused him of only trying to save himself.

Charles Cavender (Dennis Weaver)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E31

I CAN TAKE CARE OF MYSELF

Originally broadcast: 15 May 1960
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Thomas Grant, Fred McMorrow
A popular singer is hassled by a mobster who won't accept her rejection,
her pianist receives a warning after the unwanted admirer is humiliated, and a detective looks for answers when she's found dead in an alleyway.

Bert Haber (Myron McCormick) and Georgia (Linda Lawson)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E32

ONE GRAVE TOO MANY

Originally broadcast: 22 May 1960
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Eli Jerome, Henry Slesar
An unemployed man is turned down for a loan when his power is cut off, a gent who collapses in the street turns out to have a stuffed wallet, and a medical note found later indicates that he might not have been dead.

Joe Helmer (Jeremy Slate) and Irene Helmer (Neile Adams)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E33

PARTY LINE

Originally broadcast: 29 May 1960
Directed by: Hilton A. Green
Written by: Eli Jerome, Henry Slesar
An eavesdropper falls out with her neighbour about use of the party line, ignoring the latest plea to end a call results in the death of his wife, and news that the man has escaped from prison leaves her fearing the worst.

Mr. Atkins (Royal Dano) and Helen Parch (Judy Canova)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E34

CELL 227

Originally broadcast: 5 June 1960
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Bill S. Ballinger, Bryce Walton
A professor on death row refuses to waste his time hoping for a reprieve,
his lawyer insists that he needs more time to get a stay of execution, and the condemned man makes it clear that he will only accept a full pardon.

Herbert Morrison (Brian Keith) Hennessy (James Best)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E35

THE SCHARTZ-METTERKLUME METHOD

Originally broadcast: 12 June 1960
Directed by: Richard Dunlap
Written by: Marian M. Cockrell, Hector Hugh Munroe (Saki)
A woman pays a man to stop abusing his horse after getting off her train, being picked up at the station sees her introduced as the new governess, and her teaching style leaves the household questioning her suitability.

Miss Hope (Hermione Gingold)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E36

LETTER OF CREDIT

Originally broadcast: 19 June 1960
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Helen Nielsen
A writer tells a bank president that he is researching an unsolved crime, talk turns to a former employee who lost his life in a prison escape, and
questions are asked about the location of $200,000 stolen from the vault.

Henry Taylor (Robert Bray) and William Spengler (Bob Sweeney)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E37

ESCAPE TO SONOITA

Originally broadcast: 26 June 1960
Directed by: Stuart Rosenberg
Written by: Bill S. Ballinger, James A. Howard
An overheated engine forces two truckers to stop on a dusty desert road,
two men who damage their car avoiding them turn out to be kidnappers, and the desperate men steal the stricken tanker to get to the next town.

Lemon (Harry Dean Stanton), Marsh (Murray Hamilton)
Andy Davis (James Bell), Stephanie Thomas (Venetia Stevenson)
and Bill Davis (Burt Reynolds)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 9

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S5E38

HOOKED

Originally broadcast: 25 September 1960
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Thomas Grant, Robert Turner
A man who married an older woman for money falls for a young blonde, the girl's resistance proves warranted when he hesitates about divorce, and news that his wife can't swim leads to thoughts about her drowning.

Gladys Marchand (Vivienne Segal), Ray Marchand (Robert Horton),
Mr. Foster (John Holland) and Nyla Foster (Anne Francis)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7
Rate:
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SEASON SIX

(1960-1961)
38 episodes
Season Score: 241
Episode Average: 6.34
Perfect 10's: 5
S6E1

MRS. BIXBY AND THE COLONEL'S COAT

Originally broadcast: 27 September 1960
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Halsted Welles, Roald Dahl
A dentist's wife lies so she can spend time with her lover of eight years,
news that the affair is over comes with a gift of an expensive mink coat,
and a need to hide it from her husband leads to a decision to pawn it in.

Mrs. Bixby (Audrey Meadows)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S6E2

THE DOUBTFUL DOCTOR

Originally broadcast: 4 October 1960
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Jerry Sohl, Louis Paul
A man talks to his doctor about a bad day where everything went wrong, he tells of an elevator trip that took him back to his old bachelor life, and reveals how a first meeting with his wife was a very different experience.

Ralph Jones (Dick York) and Lucille Jones (Gena Rowlands)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E3

A VERY MORAL THEFT

Originally broadcast: 11 October 1960
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Allan Gordon, Jack Dillon
A spinster discovers that the brother she lives with is due to be married, her casual boyfriend reveals why he needs $8000 to save his lumberyard, and talk of paying it back in 48 hours sees her borrow it from her office.

Harry Wade (Walter Matthau) and Helen (Betty Field)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E4

THE CONTEST FOR AARON GOLD

Originally broadcast: 18 October 1960
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: William Fay, Philip Roth
A man takes a job as a ceramics instructor at a childrens' summer camp, a talented kid's desire to finish a project impacts on his swimming, and the camp leader demands that the sculpture be ready for parents' day.

Aaron Gold (Barry Gordon) and Bernie Samuelson (Sydney Pollack)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E5

THE FIVE-FORTY-EIGHT

Originally broadcast: 25 October 1960
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: Charlotte Armstrong, John Cheever
A sick woman points a gun at her former employer so he will talk to her, memories of working overtime lead her to the night when they got close, and the married man is questioned about his sudden decision to fire her.

Miss Dent (Phyllis Thaxter) and Mr. Blake (Zachary Scott)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 3

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S6E6

PEN PAL

Originally broadcast: 1 November 1960
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: Hilary Murray, Jay Folb, Henry Slesar
A woman is informed that her niece has been corresponding with a lifer, the police warn her that he may be heading her way after a prison break, and the desperate con demands to know where she is after breaking in.

Rod Collins (Clu Gulager) and Miss Lowen (Katherine Squire)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E7

OUTLAW IN TOWN

Originally broadcast: 15 November 1960
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Michael Fessier
A man gets a frosty welcome when he enters a saloon during a blizzard,
a local who knows his face finds that there is a reward on his head, and the widow of a man he killed starts a bidding war for the right to claim it.

Shasta Cooney (Constance Ford) and Tony Lorca (Ricardo Montelban)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E8

O YOUTH AND BEAUTY!

Originally broadcast: 22 November 1960
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Halsted Welles, John Cheever
A former champ refuses to accept that his hurdling days are in the past, his wife protests about him being used to entertain the country club, and a shortage of money sees him break his leg while trying to prove himself.

Cash Bentley (Gary Merrill) and Louise Bentley (Patricia Breslin)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 3

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S6E9

THE MONEY

Originally broadcast: 29 November 1960
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Henry Slear
A crook needs to find big money to persuade his girlfriend to marry him, a decision to work for his father's friend sees him take a lower paid job, and talk of stealing a fortune from his boss leads to plans for the future.

Angie (Doris Dowling) and Larry Chetnik (Robert Loggia)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S6E10

SYBILLA

Originally broadcast: 6 December 1960
Directed by: Ida Lupino
Written by: Charlotte Armstrong, Margaret Manners
A man is delighted when his seemingly perfect new wife buys him a desk,
a growing feeling of distrust leads to a failed attempt to poison her, and a murder mystery plot and a key suggest that she knows what he's done.

Horace Meade (Alexander Scourby) and
Sybilla Meade
(Barbara Bel Geddes)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E11

THE MAN WITH TWO FACES

Originally broadcast: 13 December 1960
Directed by: Stuart Rosenberg
Written by: Henry Slesar
A woman has her purse stolen as she walks home from a movie theatre, looking through mugshots reveals a picture of her daughter's husband, and the worried mother asks about the work he did when they first met.

Lt. Meade (Stephen Dunne) and Alice Wagner (Spring Byington)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E12

THE BABY-BLUE EXPRESSION

Originally broadcast: 20 December 1960
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Helen Nielsen, Mary Stolz
A businessman tells his young wife that he has to take a trip to Toronto, her lover reveals that his boss will never make it to his destination, and an incriminating note is accidentally included in a letter to her husband.

Mrs. Barrett (Sarah Marshall)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S6E13

THE MAN WHO FOUND THE MONEY

Originally broadcast: 27 December 1960
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Allan Gordon, James E. Cronin
A professor finds $92,000 in a gold money clip in a Las Vegas parking lot, the man puts it in a safety deposit box after counting it at his hotel, and the police ask questions when they discover that there's $10,000 missing.

William Benson (Arthur Hill)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E14

THE CHANGING HEART

Originally broadcast: 3 January 1961
Directed by: Robert Florey
Written by: Robert Bloch
A customer visits a clock repair shop to have his pocket watch looked at, staying for dinner sees him fall for the watchmaker's granddaughter, and talk of moving to Seattle forces the old man to protect his masterpiece.

Dane Ross (Nicholas Pryor), Ulrich Klemm (Abraham Sofaer)
and Lisa Klemm (Anne Helm)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S6E15

SUMMER SHADE

Originally broadcast: 10 January 1961
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Harold Swanton, Nora H. Caplan
A couple are delighted when they find a home that ticks all of the boxes, their young daughter meets a mysterious girl while playing at the creek, and concerns about an imaginary friend lead them to the 17th century.

Ben Kendall (James Franciscus) and Phyllis Kendall (Julie Adams)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E16

A CRIME FOR MOTHERS

Originally broadcast: 24 January 1961
Directed by: Ida Lupino
Written by: Henry Slesar
A mother demands her daughter back seven years after abandoning her, her foster-parents refuse to allow the alcoholic to blackmail them, and a private detective points out that kidnapping her could be worth $25,000.

Mrs. Meade (Claire Trevor)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E17

THE LAST ESCAPE

Originally broadcast: 31 January 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Henry Slesar
An ageing escapologist looks to wow his audience with a big water trick, his agent reluctantly agrees to promote an old act for a new generation, and his unfaithful wife plots an escape of her own by switching the key.

Joe Ferlini (Keenan Wynn) and Wanda Ferlini (Jan Sterling)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E18

THE GREATEST MONSTER OF THEM ALL

Originally broadcast: 14 February 1961
Directed by: Robert Stevens
Written by: Robert Bloch, Bryce Walton
A producer of cheap horror movies decides to target the teen audience, the writer suggests using the film as a comeback for a retired star, and the old man is furious when he sees what has been done to his monster.

Fred Logan (William Redfield) and Ernst von Croft (Richard Hale)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E19

THE LANDLADY

Originally broadcast: 21 February 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Robert Bloch, Roald Dahl
A stranger in a small village finds accommodation in an old lady's house, the guest register reveals two names that seem very familiar to him, and his interest grows when she suggests that the unseen men are still there.

Billy Weaver (Dean Stockwell) and The Landlady (Patricia Collinge)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S6E20

THE THROWBACK

Originally broadcast: 28 February 1961
Directed by: John Brahm
Written by: Henry Slesar
A woman tells her boyfriend that she has been seeing a much older man, an agreement to call things off leads to the men meeting each other, and talk of sorting things out the traditional way leads to an unwanted fight.

Eliot Gray (Scott Marlowe) and Cyril Hardeen (Murray Matheson)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 5

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S6E21

THE KISS-OFF

Originally broadcast: 7 March 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Talmage Powell, John Foran
A man robs a tax office after serving time for a crime he didn't commit,
a dropped hotel key turns out not to be as incriminating as first hoped, and uncertainty from the witnesses makes things difficult for the police.

Ernie Walters (Rip Torn)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S6E22

THE HORSEPLAYER

Originally broadcast: 14 March 1961
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Henry Slesar
A priest finds that there are no funds available to repair the church roof, a generous stranger reveals that his prayers have led to successful bets, and desperate times force a disapproving voice to make a rash decision.

Father Amion (Claude Raines) and Sheridan (Ed Gardner)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E23

INCIDENT IN A SMALL JAIL

Originally broadcast: 21 March 1961
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Henry Slesar
A jaywalking salesman is arrested when he tries to bribe a police officer, the sheriff brings in a hitchhiker after a girl is found brutally murdered, and news about a gathering lynch mob puts the county jail on high alert.

The Mechanic (Richard Jaeckel) and Leon Gorwald (John Fiedler)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S6E24

A WOMAN'S HELP

Originally broadcast: 28 March 1961
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Henry Slesar
A man brings in some full-time help for his sick and very demanding wife, the woman is suspicious from the moment she sees the attractive nurse, and feelings between husband and carer lead to a plan to kill the patient.

Elizabeth Burton (Geraldine Fitzgerald) and Arnold Burton (Scott McKay)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S6E25

MUSEUM PIECE

Originally broadcast: 4 April 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Harold Swanton, William C. Morrison
A museum visitor claims that possessions can tell you a lot about a man, the curator explains that the collection actually belonged to his son, and a story is told of how an accidental shooting saw him lose interest in life.

Newton B. Clovis (Myron McCormick) and Mr. Hollister (Larry Gates)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S6E26

COMING, MAMA

Originally broadcast: 11 April 1961
Directed by: George Stevens, Jr.
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Henriette McClelland
A woman is told that her mother is staging heart attacks for her benefit, her boyfriend refuses to let their wedding day be put off any longer, and talk of changing her will to stop him getting her money leads to murder.

Arthur Clark (Don DeFore) and Lucy Baldwin (Eileen Heckart)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S6E27

DEATHMATE

Originally broadcast: 18 April 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Bill S. Ballinger, James Causey
A wealthy married woman falls for the handsome owner of a silver mine, a private investigator confronts the man about his life as a bigamist, and his latest victim explains how her husband's death could help them both.

Lisa Talbot (Gia Scala) and Ben Conan (Lee Philips)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 5

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S6E28

GRATITUDE

Originally broadcast: 25 April 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: William Fay, Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
The owner of an illegal-casino tells his butler that he's petrified of death, a well-connected young gambler kills himself after blowing $250,000, and the shooting of a private detective only makes the situation much worse.

Meyer Fine (Peter Falk) and John (Paul Hartman)
HOLY GODIVA 1 - ONION JACK 1
TOTAL: 2

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S6E29

THE PEARL NECKLACE

Originally broadcast: 2 May 1961
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Peggy O'Shea, Lou Shaw
An old man tells his young secretary that she'll inherit $11m as his wife, her fiancé persuades her to do it since he only has a year left to live, and a refusal to die sees her former lover start a family with another woman.

Howard Rutherford (Ernest Truex) and
Charlotte Jameson Rutherford
(Hazel Court)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S6E30

YOU CAN'T TRUST A MAN

Originally broadcast: 9 May 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Helen Nielsen
An ex-con visits the woman who he took the rap for seven years earlier, the now successful singer worries that he will expose her as a bigamist, and a gas station attendant is told to tell the police that she's in danger.

Tony (Joe Maross) and Crystal Coe (Polly Bergen)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E31

THE GLOATING PLACE

Originally broadcast: 16 May 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Robert Bloch
A schoolgirl says that she was attacked by a man to get some attention,
warning that she could ruin someone's life rattles her at the lineup, and being pushed down the front page by a bigger story leaves her horrified.

Susan Harper (Susan Harrison)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S6E32

SELF DEFENSE

Originally broadcast: 23 May 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: John T. Kelley
A man shoots a young robber who points a gun at him at a liquor store, news that the weapon was empty leaves the former soldier devastated, and the boy's mother demands answers after he helps with the funeral.

Gerald R. Clarke (George Nader) and Mrs. Philips (Audrey Totter)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E33

A SECRET LIFE

Originally broadcast: 31 May 1961
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Jerry Sohl, Nicholas Monsarrat
A man who is bored of his wife fails to convince her to give him a divorce, a new relationship forces him to look for a way out of the marriage, and hiring a private detective reveals that she has somebody else in her life.

James Howgill (Ronald Howard) and Estelle (Mary Murphy)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E34

SERVANT PROBLEM

Originally broadcast: 6 June 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Henry Slesar
A writer is stunned when the wife he left twenty-two years ago turns up, he soon finds himself with no choice but to let her stay for the night, and an appearance during a party sees him tell his guests that she's the cook.

Kerwin Drake (John Emery) and Molly (Jo Van Fleet)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E35

COMING HOME

Originally broadcast: 13 June 1961
Directed by: Alf Kjellin
Written by: Henry Slesar
A man leaves prison after twenty years with $1636 after saving his pay,
a desire to prove himself to his wife sees him trying to make contact, and a pretty girl in a bar makes her move when she sees what's in his wallet.

Edith Beggs (Jeanette Nolan) and Harry Beggs (Crahan Denton)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S6E36

FINAL ARRANGEMENTS

Originally broadcast: 20 June 1961
Directed by: Gordon Hessler
Written by: Robert Arthur, Lawrence A. Page
A man starts making big plans for a funeral despite there being no body, his invalid wife complains about him wasting money at a curio shop, and the thought of another thirty years of marriage forces him to take action.

Elsie Thompson (Vivian Nathan) Leonard Thompson (Martin Balsam)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10

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S6E37

MAKE MY DEATH BED

Originally broadcast: 27 June 1961
Directed by: Arthur Hiller
Written by: Henry A. Cogge, Babs H. Deal
A man watches as his wife is seduced by the voice of a married salesman, the woman makes sure that he sticks to a diet while his family are away, and the sheriff has to call for a doctor when jealousy turns into murder.

Bish Darby (James Best) and Elise Taylor (Diana Van der Vlis)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

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S6E38

AMBITION

Originally broadcast: 4 July 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Joel Murcott, Charles Boeckman
A DA tries to protect a man ahead of an appearance before a grand jury,
a racketeer insists on calling in an old favour to avoid killing the witness, and the mayor makes it clear that the future depends on getting a result.

Mac Davis (Harold J. Stone) and Rudy Cox (Leslie Nielsen)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5
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SEASON SEVEN

(1961-1962)
39 episodes
Season Score: 238
Episode Average: 6.10
Perfect 10's: 0
S7E1

THE HATBOX

Originally broadcast: 10 October 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Henry Slesar
A student faces losing his allowance when he's caught cheating in class, seeing the professor throw a hatbox out leads to a theory about murder, and news that his wife has actually gone missing forces the police to act.

Professor Jarvis (Paul Ford) and Perry Hatch (Billy Gray)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E2

BANG! YOU'RE DEAD

Originally broadcast: 17 October 1961
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Harold Swanton, Margery Vosper
A boy finds a revolver in his uncle's suitcase when he returns from Africa, the five-year-old slowly fills the barrel as he takes aim in the streets, and his desperate family search for him when they realise what's happened.

Rick Sheffield (Stephen Dunne) and Jackie Chester (Bill Mumy)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S7E3

MARIA

Originally broadcast: 24 October 1961
Directed by: Boris Sagal
Written by: John Collier, John Wyndham
A man finds that a monkey he bought in a bar is a woman in a costume,
her ability to draw anything she sees makes her a goldmine at the circus, and a picture of his jealous wife kissing the lion tamer suggests an affair.

Carol Thorby (Nita Talbot) and Leo Thorby (Norman Lloyd)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E4

COP FOR A DAY

Originally broadcast: 31 October 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Henry Slesar
A heist goes wrong when one of the robbers shoots a bank messenger, news that the victim died leaves the pair facing the death penalty, and
a need to silence the only witness means dressing up as a police officer.

Davey (Glenn Cannon) and Phil (Walter Matthau)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S7E5

KEEP ME COMPANY

Originally broadcast: 7 November 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Henry Slesar
A woman tells her husband that she's bored when he's out on business, a broken TV set only adds to the monotony of endless games of solitaire, and a prowler on the fire escape sees her turn to the police for company.

Julia Reddy (Anne Francis)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S7E6

BETA DELTA GAMMA

Originally broadcast: 14 November 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Calvin Clements, Sr.
A student passes out after successfully drinking a whole pitcher of beer, his friends set up a murder scene to give him a scare when he wakes up, and the 'victim' is talked into having an injection to make him look dead.

Alan (Burt Brinckerhoff)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S7E7

YOU CAN'T BE A LITTLE GIRL ALL YOUR LIFE

Originally broadcast: 21 November 1961
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Stanley Ellin, Helen Nielsen
A woman can offer very little about a man who attacked her in her bed, the only information she can provide is how she bit into a leather glove, and a doctor listens to why she's so reluctant to go to the police station.

Tom Barton (Dick York) Julie Barton (Carolyn Kearney)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S7E8

THE OLD PRO

Originally broadcast: 28 November 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Calvin Clements, Sr., H.A. De Rosso
A retired hitman tires of paying a blackmailing journalist for his silence,
his old boss is asked to send an engineer to deal with the blockage, and
a double-cross results in the drowning of two men in a 'boating accident'.

Frank Burns (Richard Conte) and Loretta Burns (Sara Shane)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E9

I SPY

Originally broadcast: 5 December 1961
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: John Collier, John Mortimer
A man discovers that the wife who left him is working in a seaside hotel, a private detective reports that the woman is seeing somebody else, and the undercover waiter soon realises that the target is an honest beauty.

Mr. Frute (Eric Barker) and Mrs. Morgan (Kay Walsh)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 5

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S7E10

SERVICES RENDERED

Originally broadcast: 12 December 1961
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Richard Levinson, William Link
A man is left dazed after he's hit by a falling scaffold plank in the street, going to a bar for a stiff drink reveals that he has no idea who he is, and finding a note and a $1000 bill in his pocket leads him to a doctor's office.

The Young Man (Stephen Dunne) and Hugh Marlowe (Dr. Ralph Mannick)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S7E11

THE RIGHT KIND OF MEDICINE

Originally broadcast: 19 December 1961
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Henry Slesar
A witness offers to help identify the man who shot a police officer dead, the killer asks an alcoholic doctor for help after taking a bullet to the leg, and a need for painkillers means taking a prescription to the drugstore.

Charlie Marx (Robert Redford)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E12

A JURY OF HER PEERS

Originally broadcast: 26 December 1961
Directed by: Robert Florey
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Susan Glaspell
A man finds his neighbour acting oddly with her husband dead upstairs, the county attorney suspects that she is planning to plead insanity, and her sympathetic friend tries to remove the only clues to what happened.

Jim Hale (Ray Teal), George Henderson (Philip Bourneuf),
Sheriff Henry Peters (Robert Bray), Sarah Hale (Ann Harding)
and Mrs. Mary Peters (Frances Reid)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S7E13

THE SILK PETTICOAT

Originally broadcast: 2 January 1962
Directed by: John Newland
Written by: Norman Ginsbury, Halsted Welles, Joseph Shearing
A woman is shocked to learn that her fiance's wife died at the age of 19, a visit to his study reveals an unexpectedly dark side to his personality, and her father explains why the wedding day must go ahead as planned.

Sir Humphrey J. Orford (Michael Rennie) and
Elisa Minden
(Antoinette Bower)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S7E14

BAD ACTOR

Originally broadcast: 9 January 1962
Directed by: John Newland
Written by: Robert Bloch, Max Franklin
A struggling actor turns up late for an audition after a night of drinking, his girlfriend admits that she has been spending time with his main rival, and accidentally strangling the man leaves him with a body to dispose of.

Bart Collins (Robert Duvall) and Marjorie Rogers (Carole Eastman)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E15

THE DOOR WITHOUT A KEY

Originally broadcast: 16 January 1962
Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Irving Elman, Norman Daniels
A man who walks into a police station claims to have no idea who he is,
a young boy reports that his father left him behind at a gas station, and a drunk woman and a group of bikers help to make it an interesting night.

Mickey Hollins (Bill Mumy), Maggie Vanderman (Connie Gilchrist),
Sgt. Shaw (John Larch and Leonard Eldridge (Claude Rains)
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 9

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S7E16

THE CASE OF M.J.H.

Originally broadcast: 23 January 1962
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Henry Slesar
A shy psychotherapist's secretary falls for someone she meets at a diner,
a confession about his crooked ways reveals that he is $2000 in debt, and the woman is persuaded to borrow confidential files for a blackmail plan.

Maude Sheridan (Barbara Baxley) and Jimmy French (Robert Loggia)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S7E17

THE FAITH OF AARON MENEFEE

Originally broadcast: 30 January 1962
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Ray Bradbury, Stanley Ellin
A mechanic agrees to work for a travelling healer after his ulcer is cured, his doctor tells him that he shouldn't answer every single calling he gets, and problems start when he falls for the man's extremely flirty daughter.

Otis Jones (Sidney Blackmer) and Aaron Menefee (Andrew Prine)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E18

THE WOMAN WHO WANTED TO LIVE

Originally broadcast: 6 February 1962
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Bryce Walton
A wounded criminal shoots the attendant when he robs a service station,
a carjacked woman offers to help him escape in return for her life, and a gang of young hoodlums turn up on the scene when they get a flat tyre.

Ray Bardon (Charles Bronson) and Lisa (Lola Albright)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S7E19

STRANGE MIRACLE

Originally broadcast: 13 February 1962
Directed by: Norman Lloyd
Written by: Halsted Welles, George Langelaan
A man loses the use of his legs after he's involved in a railroad accident, his wife worries when he reveals that he's faking it to win compensation, and the man from the insurance company suggests asking for a miracle.

Lolla Sequiras (Míriam Colón) and Pedro Sequiras (David Opatoshu)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S7E20

THE TEST

Originally broadcast: 20 February 1962
Directed by: Boris Sagal
Written by: Henry Slesar
A father begs a hotshot lawyer to prove that his son didn't murder a boy, the accused refuses to plead guilty in order to avoid a life sentence, and
a chemical test is found that will leave the jury in no doubt whatsoever.

Vernon Wedge (Brian Keith), Benjy Marino (Rod Lauren)
and Mr. Marino (Eduardo Ciannelli)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S7E21

BURGLAR PROOF

Originally broadcast: 27 February 1962
Directed by: John Newland
Written by: Henry Slesar
An advertising man suggests hiring a safe-breaker to crack a new model, a chance to win $50,000 persuades the ex-con to come out of retirement, and a crowd gathers to find out whether he'll manage to claim his prize.

Harrison Fell (Robert Webber) and Sammy Morrisey (Paul Hartman)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 9

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S7E22

THE BIG SCORE

Originally broadcast: 6 March 1962
Directed by: Boris Sagal
Written by: Bryce Walton, Sam Merwin, Jr.
A man returns home to find his babysitter and her friends robbing him, the girl feeds the police a story after the gang leader stabs him to death, and questions are asked when they find that they got away with $32,000.

Dora (Evans Evans) and Gino (Rafael Campos)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S7E23

PROFIT-SHARING PLAN

Originally broadcast: 13 March 1962
Directed by: Bernard Girard
Written by: William Link, Richard Levinson
A man is given a pen and pencil set when he retires after twenty years, robbing the office safe sees him leave with something more substantial, and his wife is left behind when he sets off for Hawaii with his mistress.

Miles Cheever (Henry Jones)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E24

APEX

Originally broadcast: 20 March 1962
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: John T. Kelley, James Workman
A woman tells her husband's lover that she thinks he's having an affair, talk of him getting nothing in a divorce means sees him trying to kill her, and the other woman offers to help when he can't bring himself to do it.

Margo (Patricia Breslin) and Clara (Vivienne Segal)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 8

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S7E25

THE LAST REMAINS

Originally broadcast: 27 March 1962
Directed by: Leonard Horn
Written by: Henry Slesar
A struggling mortician complains that nobody ever buys his best service, a bullet wound found on a body sees a businessman opt for a cremation, and an unpaid bill leads to a disagreement about the extortionate price.

Amos Duff (John Fiedler) and Marvin Foley (Ed Gardner)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 4
TOTAL: 7

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S7E26

TEN O'CLOCK TIGER

Originally broadcast: 3 April 1962
Directed by: Bernard Girard
Written by: William Fay
A horseplayer explains how he has rigged a race by drugging the winner, a boxing manager suggests using it on an ageing fighter who never wins, and the two men disagree about not letting his cuts heal between bouts.

Boots (Frankie Darro) and Arthur 'The Professor' Duffy (Robert Keith)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E27

ACT OF FAITH

Originally broadcast: 10 April 1962
Directed by: Bernard Girard
Written by: Eric Ambler, Nicholas Monsarrat
A successful novelist finds himself talked into helping a promising writer, the young man asks for financial backing to help him finish his book, and questions are asked when further requests turn out to be based on lies.

Mr. Temple (Dennis King) and Alan Chatterton (George Grizzard)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E28

THE KERRY BLUE

Originally broadcast: 17 April 1962
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Henry Slesar
A woman claims that her husband loves his dog more than he loves her, news that his pet died in his absence sees her accused of burying it alive, and a doctor reluctantly writes a prescription to help him sleep at night.

Ned Malley (Gene Evans) and Thelma Malley (Carmen Mathews)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S7E29

THE MATCHED PEARL

Originally broadcast: 24 April 1962
Directed by: Bernard Girard
Written by: Henry Slesar
A man buys a rare black pearl for his wife on their wedding anniversary, the ungrateful woman demands two so she can turn them into earrings, and the desperate jeweller begs the original owner to find him another.

Captain McCabe (John Ireland)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 9

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S7E30

WHAT FRIGHTENED YOU, FRED?

Originally broadcast: 1 May 1962
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Joel Murcott, Jack Ritchie
An ex-con finds himself back in prison just 48 hours after being released, the prison psychiatrist tries to work out what made him break his parole, and constant questioning sees his mind turn to a meeting at a graveyard.

Fred Riordan (R.G. Armstrong), Warden Bragan (Edward Asner)
and Doctor (Adam Williams)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S7E31

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED

Originally broadcast: 8 May 1962
Directed by: Richard Whorf
Written by: Henry Slesar
A man finds work for a college friend who shows up after twenty years, the millionaire laughs at how the down and out was tipped for success, and his wife complains about coming second to setting up dodgy deals.

Louise Towers (Joanna Moore), Stanley Towers (Jack Carter)
and Dave Sumner (Howard Morris)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 5

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S7E32

VICTIM FOUR

Originally broadcast: 15 May 1962
Directed by: Paul Henreid
Written by: Talmage Powell
A man hears a report on the radio about a slasher in the neighbourhood, the arrival of his wife's former lover sees him recall a waterfall accident, and the rivals search the streets when she's late home from a night shift.

Joe Drake (Paul Comi) and Madeline Drake (Peggy Ann Garner)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 5

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S7E33

THE OPPORTUNITY

Originally broadcast: 22 May 1962
Directed by: Robert Florey
Written by: Henry Slesar, Bryce Walton, J.W. Aaron
A shoplifter is caught trying to steal jewellery from a department store, the assistant manager forces the married woman to visit his home, and his wife makes it clear that she will never agree to an expensive divorce.

Mrs. Lois Callen (Coleen Gray) and Paul Devore (Richard Long)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6

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S7E34

THE TWELVE HOUR CAPER

Originally broadcast: 29 May 1962
Directed by: John Newland
Written by: Harold Swanton, Mike Marmer
A loyal employee at an investment company misses out on a promotion, a meeting is set up to discuss the robbery of a huge bond shipment, and the nervous cashier starts to panic as he waits for it all to fall into place.

Herbert Wiggam (Dick York)
HOLY GODIVA 4 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 7

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S7E35

THE CHILDREN OF ALDA NUOVA

Originally broadcast: 5 June 1962
Directed by: Robert Florey
Written by: Robert Wallstens
A tourist in Rome is told about an old ruin that few visitors know about, the man tries to escape when he's surrounded by children on his arrival, and an investigator asks questions when he fails to return to his hotel.

Ainsley Crowder (Christopher Dark) and Frankie Fane (Jack Carson)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S7E36

FIRST CLASS HONEYMOON

Originally broadcast: 12 June 1962
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Henry Slesar
A man is delighted when he's final freed from a very unhappy marriage, things change when he's asked to pay $2500 for a portrait of the woman, and his friend offers to become her next husband in return for $10,000.

Carl Seabrook (Jeremy Slate) and Edward Gibson (Robert Webber)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


S7E37

THE BIG KICK

Originally broadcast: 19 June 1962
Directed by: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Written by: Robert Bloch
A beatnik girl struggles to find enough money for food or paying the rent, her boyfriend suggests making a move on a young university professor, and the victim reveals that he knows exactly what their intentions are.

Judy (Ann Helm) and Kenneth (Wayne Rogers)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S7E38

WHERE BEAUTY LIES

Originally broadcast: 26 June 1962
Directed by: Robert Florey
Written by: James P. Cavanagh, Henry Farrell
An actor prevents his sister from making a mistake with a married man, the furious woman reveals her insecurities about the way she looks, and fear that her brother will relegate her to second best sees her take action.

Caroline Hardy (Cloris Leachman) and Collin Hardy (George Nader)
HOLY GODIVA 2 - ONION JACK 2
TOTAL: 4

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S7E39

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE

Originally broadcast: BANNED
Directed by: Joseph Lejtes
Written by: Robert Bloch
A magician rescues a boy who has collapsed from hunger at the carnival,
his wife's far from pleased when he decides to include him in his act, and talk of leaving with her lover sees her put ideas in the gullible kid's head.

Hugo (Brandon De Wilde), Irene (Diana Dors)
and Sadini (David J. Stewart)
HOLY GODIVA 3 - ONION JACK 3
TOTAL: 6
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SEASON SCORES

Season 1: 6.54
Season 2: 6.31
Season 3: 6.33
Season 4: 6.67
Season 5: 6.71
Season 6: 6.34
Season 7: 6.10

FAVOURITE EPISODES

HOLY GODIVA
1. The Glass Eye
(Season 3, Episode 1 - 1957)

2. The Right Kind of House
(Season 3, Episode 23 - 1958)

3. Specialty of the House
(Season 5, Episode 12 - 1959)

4. Little White Frock
(Season 3, Episode 39 - 1958)

5. The Pearl Necklace
(Season 6, Episode 29 - 1961)

6. Final Arrangements
(Season 6, Episode 36 - 1961)

7. Road Hog
(Season 5, Episode 11 - 1959)

8. Breakdown
(Season 1, Episode 7 - 1955)

9. The Perfect Murder
(Season 1, Episode 24 - 1956)

10. Father and Son
(Season 2, Episode 36 - 1957)

11. Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat
(Season 6, Episode 1 - 1960)

12. Across the Threshold
(Season 5, Episode 22 - 1960)

13. The Long Shot
(Season 1, Episode 9 - 1955)

14. Man With a Problem
(Season 4, Episode 7 - 1958)

15. Lamb to the Slaughter
(Season 3, Episode 28 - 1958)

16. Man from the South
(Season 5, Episode 15 - 1960)

17. Incident in a Small Jail
(Season 6, Episode 23 - 1961)

18. Conversation Over a Corpse
(Season 2, Episode 28 - 1956)

19. The Door Without a Key
(Season 7, Episode 15 - 1962)

20. The Changing Heart
(Season 6, Episode 14 - 1961)
ONION JACK
1. The Glass Eye
(Season 3, Episode 1 - 1957)

2. Little White Frock
(Season 3, Episode 39 - 1958)

3. The Pearl Necklace
(Season 6, Episode 29 - 1961)

4. Lamb to the Slaughter
(Season 3, Episode 28 - 1958)

5. Final Arrangements
(Season 6, Episode 36 - 1961)

6. Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat
(Season 6, Episode 1 - 1960)

7. Incident in a Small Jail
(Season 6, Episode 23 - 1961)

8. Man With a Problem
(Season 4, Episode 7 - 1958)

9. Man from the South
(Season 5, Episode 15 - 1960)

10. Specialty of the House
(Season 5, Episode 12 - 1959)

11. The Right Kind of House
(Season 3, Episode 23 - 1958)

12. Road Hog
(Season 5, Episode 11 - 1959)

13. The Changing Heart
(Season 6, Episode 14 - 1961)

14. Breakdown
(Season 1, Episode 7 - 1955)

15. The Long Shot
(Season 1, Episode 9 - 1955)

16. Reward to Finder
(Season 3, Episode 6 - 1957)

17. Burglar Proof
(Season 7, Episode 21 - 1962)

18. Back For Christmas
(Season 1, Episode 23 - 1956)

19. The Night the World Ended
(Season 2, Episode 31 - 1957)

20. Across the Threshold
(Season 5, Episode 22 - 1960)

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