Originally Posted by Big Guy
I remember watching Alfred Hitchcock Presents on TV (black & white of course). In one episode that I always remember, two farm brothers are working with the cattle when one is gored by a bull. When the other tries to get him to the hospital, the road is blocked by a traveling salesman (I believe played by Hitchcock) who keeps blocking every attempt to pass. The guy dies and the doctor and of course the doctor says he would have survived if they had gotten to the hospital a couple minutes earlier. The rest of the story is about the surviving brother's attempt at revenge on the salesman.
I remember that one. It was called "Road Hog." The road hog was played by that actor who made a living playing evil Sydney Greenstreet types on TV, Robert Emhardt.
At the end of that one, he's having a heart attack and runs out of his glycerin pills so he's driving down the road to the hospital when... guess who's driving in front of him?
My favorite Hitchcock episode is the guy who comes home to discover his wife has been raped. She's beaten up and incoherent. So he's asking her, "Do you know who did this?" She's nodding her head. So he takes her in the car and starts driving around. Then, there's this guy getting out of his car with a bag of groceries and the wife starts pointing wildly at him. The husband says, "Is that him? Is that the guy?" And she nods violently. So he jumps out of the car and follows the guy into his garage carrying a tire iron.
The next scene, he's sitting in the car, covered in blood, panting and sweating. He nods to his wife and says, "I took care of him. Let's get you to the hospital." So they're driving down the road and suddenly, she sees this guy mowing his lawn. She starts pointing violently and shouting, "There he is! There he is!"