Talk:Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Those rounds look a heck of a lot bigger than .22s. .38/200 or .455 perhaps? --Funkychinaman 19:06, 2 April 2010 (UTC)
- Absolutely Right, those are NOT .22s. Does Hitchcock CALL them 22s? Or is this a very bad guess? MoviePropMaster2008 19:12, 2 April 2010 (UTC)
- Alfred Hitchcock references 22 calibre revolver in his audio single in situation ressembling this one, that i'm writing about. I decided to use this calibre, cause that's everything that i know about Hitchcock's revolvers. I'm total idiot in maths, physics and chemistry (instead i good in languages and other things), so i don't know much about calibres. :) There was also guns used by Hitchcock - the revolver witch he used to kill his translator and also a duel pistol, but i didn't have this episodes on any kinds of video. :( Video of the described in article moment was originaly from YouTube. --Kloga 19:20, 2 April 2010 (UTC)
- Maybe we need a separate page for Hitchcock apart from category? He's seen using at least three different firearms... --Kloga (talk) 21:27, 21 June 2016 (EDT)
The following weapons appear in the television series Alfred Hitchcock Presents:
Smith & Wesson Schofield Revolver
In his opening remarks for the Season 1 episode "A Bullet for Baldwin" (S1E14), Alfred Hitchcock is seen holding a nickel Smith & Wesson Schofield revolver, that he calls a "handy applicator" for the "cure for insomnia" that comes in "capsule form" (bullets). In the actual episode, Benjamin Stepp (John Qualen) is seen taking out the revolver when he finds out that he's been fired.