Alfred Hitchcock Presents/Most Likely to Succeed

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Most Likely to Succeed
Season 7, Episode 31
Airdate May 8, 1962
Teleplay by Henry Slesar
from his story as published in "Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine"
Directed by Richard Whorf
Produced by Joan Harrison
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Most Likely to Succeed is the thirty-first episode of the seventh season of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and the two hundred sixtieth episode overall.

Starring: Jack Carter (Stanley Towers), Joanna Moore (Louise Towers), Howard Morris (Dave Sumner)

Additional Cast: King Calder (Stanley's Attorney), Bruce Andersen (Stanley's Business Associate), Walter Kinsella (Anderson), John Zaremba (Tax Investigator), Molly Glessing (Maid)

Uncredited: Alfred Hitchcock (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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