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The Alfred Hitchcock Hour - Change of Address


"Change of Address" was originally broadcast on 12/Oct/1964 as part of the third season of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.


Despite protests of his wife Elsa, Keith Hollin rents a beach house. Elsa dislikes the house and is disturbed by her husband's digging of a gravelike hole in the basement. She is further disturbed when she finds out that Keith is seeing a girl named Rachel. When Keith tells Elsa that he wants to buy the house, she decides to foil his plan by persuading the wife of the home's owner not to sell. Keith, however, grows angry and kills Elsa. He buries her body in the basement, but is surprised when the police arrive. The police carry shovels and want to dig up the basement. The police tell Keith that Elsa discovered the wife of the house's owner was missing. Her tip prompted an investigation. They called the house's owner in for questioning and he confessed to murdering his wife. He told them that he buried his wife in the basement of the beach house. The police begin to dig up the basement so they can find the body. (TV.com)

DVD Releases

The following official DVD releases contain this episode:

9094.gif The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: The Complete Third Season - Madman Entertainment (Australia, 2013)
PAL 1.33:1

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