Harry Parker in apartment 4-D reads a lot of pulp fiction and watches a lot of late-night TV. That lends an air of inauthenticity to the story he tells his wife in the morning about what happened at two A.M. It seems the blonde in 3-D needed him to play Sir Galahad. At two A.M., she has a man in her apartment. And he's dead. "Miss Elliot, I can't get involved in a murder," says Harry. "I'm a married man." But it isn't long before he finds himself helping her take the corpse down to the basement. Was the whole thing a dream?
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When Harry and Miss Elliot lift Bill Nelson's dead body, the corpse bends its leg at the knee to help them. See more
[nearly dropping her packages
Hold it! Hold it! I got it. All right. All right.
Two different versions of Hitchcock's wraparound commentary exist; one concerning a disastrous 3D airing of the episode in America, the other about commercial interruptions (with a voiceover by Paul Frees). See more
Funeral March of a Marionette
Written by Charles Gounod See more