"Good e-e-evening" - The
first phrase uttered each week by Alfred Hitchcock, host of the
suspense anthology ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS/CBS/NBC/1955-65.
Each episode began with Hitchcock's classic profile displayed on the
television screen. Then the real Hitchcock merged with his image, he
inhaled deeply and addressed the audience with his now simple but
effective "Good e-e-e-vening."
One of Hitchcock's droll
Five years after Alfred Hitchcock died, he returned from the dead
(so to speak) when his old black and white introductions and
conclusions from the original series were repackaged ("colorized")
with newly written stories filmed in color that aired on ALFRED
Alfred Hitchcock Colorized
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