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Suspicion - Four O'Clock

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"Four O'Clock" is the only episode of Suspicion which Alfred Hitchcock directed. It was originally broadcast on 30/Sep/1957.


Paul Steppe, a successful watchmaker, begins to suspect that his wife Fran is seeing another man. Consumed with jealousy, Steppe decides to murder her. His plan, he feels is ingenious. Painstakingly Steppe applies all of his watchmaking skills to the construction of a time bomb. He plans to slip into his house in the afternoon without his wife's knowledge, leave the bomb and then return to his jewelry store unnoticed and unsuspected.

DVD Releases

The following official DVD releases contain the episode "Four O'Clock":

9080.gif Alfred Hitchcock Präsentiert: Teil 2 - Koch Media Home Entertainment (Germany, 2009)
PAL 1.33:1
6307.gif Alfred Hitchcock Présente: La Série TV, Les Épisodes en VOST - Universal (France, 2006)
PAL 1.33:1
6308.gif Alfred Hitchcock Présente: La Série TV, Les Épisodes en VF - Universal (France, 2006)
Amazon (France)
PAL 1.33:1

Cast and Crew

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Radio Adaptations