Thursday, July 26, 2018

The Hitchcock Project-List of all Episodes Reviewed to Date (annual update)

by Jack Seabrook

An introduction to The Hitchcock Project may be found here. The episodes that have been reviewed so far are listed below. Click on any episode name to jump to the post.


"The Orderly World of Mr. Appleby"

2.39-The Dangerous People

"Crack of Doom"

3.35-Dip in the Pool
3.38-The Impromptu Murder

"Lamb to the Slaughter"

5.32-One Grave Too Many
5.33-Party Line
5.34-Cell 227
5.35-The Schartz-Metterklume Method

"Forty Detectives Later"

"The Changing Heart"

7.1-The Hatbox
7.9-I Spy
7.14-Bad Actor
7.20-The Test
7.37-The Big Kick

"The Big Kick"

S.1-The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (shown only in syndication)

"The Sorcerer's Apprentice"



"The Cadaver"

10.29-Off Season

"Off Season"


Don said...

Wow! I saw that list of episodes and was rocked by the enormity of this undertaking. Then I read the intro for the first time. I had no idea this was such a lifelong pursuit. It shows in the consistent quality of every post. Congratulations on making it this far, and thanks for all the fascinating posts!

Jack Seabrook said...

Thanks a lot, Don! Only about 7 years to go!

Grant said...

I want to add to the congratulations.

john kenrick said...

What you accomplished in your work is a whole lot, Jack. A huge job, and you did it fabulously. I'd like to add my congratulations for the heroic effort you put into it,--and don't be modest--this is a big deal.

Peter Enfantino said...

176 shows already! Just think... that's almost halfway done!
I'll second what the other guys said and add that you showed quite a lot of bravery tackling this project since it had been done (in print) twice before. What I'm beginning to appreciate week to week is that the other two books were fluff compared to this analysis and critique (and I contributed tone of those past projects!). I can't wait to hold the print version in my hand some time in late 2025!

Jack Seabrook said...

Thanks, Grant and John. It's wonderful to be able to get feedback as the project goes along and I really appreciate your comments and support. Peter, I could not do it without you!