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1. The Hunter (1980)
2. Tom Horn (1980)
3. An Enemy of the People (1978)
4. Dixie Dynamite (1976)
5. The Towering Inferno (1974)
6. Papillon (1973)
7. The Getaway (1972)
8. Junior Bonner (1972)
9. On Any Sunday (1971)
10. Le Mans (1971)
11. The Reivers (1969)
12. Bullitt (1968)
13. The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
14. The Sand Pebbles (1966)
15. Nevada Smith (1966)
16. The Cincinnati Kid (1965)
17. Baby The Rain Must Fall(1965)
18. Love With The Proper Stranger (1963)
19. Soldier In The Rain (1963)
20. The Great Escape (1963)
21. The War Lover (1962)
22. Hell Is For Heroes (1962)
23. The Honeymoon Machine (1961)
24. The Magnificent Seven (1960)
25. Never So Few (1959)
26. The Great St.Louis Bank Robbery (1959)
27. The Blob (1958)
28. Never Love A Stranger (1958)
29. Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)
30. Girl On The Run (1953)

1. Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1959&60)
2. Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958-61)
3. Trackdown (1958)
4. Tales of Wells Fargo (1958)
5. Climax! (1958)
6. The 20th Century-Fox Hour (1957)
7. West Point (1957)
8. Studio One (1957) TV
9. The United States Steel Hour (1956)
10. Goodyear Television Playhouse (1955)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents:

"Human Interest Story" (1959) and "Man from the South" (1960)

Human Interest Story
The best format of Human Interest Story that is available is DVD.
It is presented in the correct aspect ratio of 1.33:1, as per the original TV broadcast.
A journalist (played by McQueen) interviews a man who claims to be an alien from Mars.
The Journalist
Steve McQueen as the journalist
Interviewing the alien
The journalist and the alien...?

Man From The South
The best format of Man from the South that is available is VHS tape.
It is presented in the correct aspect ratio of 1.33:1, as per the original TV broadcast.
Steve McQueen and Peter Lorre
The gambler and the stranger A down on his luck gambler (Steve McQueen) is offered an unusual bet by a stranger (Peter Lorre).

If the gambler can ignite his lighter ten times in a row, the stranger will lose his expensive convertible. If the lighter fails, the gambler must give up the little finger of his left hand.

Also features Steve's first wife Neile in a small but significant role as the stranger's wife.

This episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents won Edward W. Williams an emmy nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television.

Based on a story by Roald Dahl.
Steve and Neile
Steve and Neile
All screencaps and pictures from the personal collection of Donna Redden.