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Four O'Clock 

A vengeful judge sets a lethal trap for his cheating wife and her mysterious lover but things don't go as planned.

Director:

Andrew Mirisch

Writers:

Steve Bello (teleplay), Cornell Woolrich (story)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself - Host (archive footage)
Kenneth McMillan ... Judge Paul Magrew
Ellen Tobie Ellen Tobie ... Karen Magrew
Richard Cox ... Ben
Raymond Singer ... District Attorney Brooker
Nicholas Pryor ... Mr. Ryan
Robert Dryer ... Thief #1
Dennis Stewart ... Thief #2 (as Dennis C. Stewart)
Ernie Lively ... Policeman #2
James Ingersoll James Ingersoll ... Policeman #1
Grant Owens Grant Owens ... Defense Attorney
Michael Yama ... Japanese Gardner
Joe Colligan Joe Colligan ... Gas Man
Buzz Borelli Buzz Borelli ... Paramedic
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Storyline

A corrupt judge thinks his wife is having an affair, though she denies it. He then decides to do away with her by using something he learned in court, which is basically setting a bomb in their house to go off at a certain time he thinks his wife will be there. But two burglars knock him out and tie and gag him. So when he sees that the time he set the thing to go off is approaching he freaks out. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Release Date:

4 May 1986 (USA) See more »

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Connections

Remake of Suspicion: Four O'Clock (1957) See more »

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