Four episodes are remakes of the original episodes from the original "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" series. In the first, "Incident in a Small Jail", a mild-mannered traveling businessman is pulled over for speeding in a small town where he is locked up in a jail with a murder suspect which takes another turn when a vigilante mob lays siege to the place. In "Man from the South" a gambler in Las Vegas accepts a bet with a mysterious old southern man, that he can light his cigarette lighter 10 times and if he misses one light, the man from the south will chop off the gambler's little finger on his right hand. In "Bang! You're Dead!" a little girl takes her visiting uncle's .38 caliber revolver and goes around pointing it at people and yelling "bang" in which she eventually loads with real bullets. In "An Unlocked Window" two nurses spend a terrifying night in a secluded large house in the country while there's a serial killer on the loose.
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Bill Mumy, who played "Jackie Chester", the boy with the gun in the original "Bang! you're Dead" episode, has a part as "Supermarket Clerk" in the "Bang! You're Dead!" segment of this reboot. See more
Hey Billy, I'm equipped!
Oh come on, Amanda, go away.
What? This is a great gun!
So what? Girls don't fight in wars.
Each of the four segments were broadcast as separate episodes of the series in other countries and in reruns. See more
Funeral March of the Marionettes
Composed by Charles Gounod See more