The Alfred Hitchcock Presents Intro is the introduction that starts each episode of the TV series Alfred Hitchcock Presents. It’s the part where they show the show’s title and set the mood for the suspenseful and mysterious stories that are about to unfold. The music for the intro was supervised by Stanley Wilson, who made sure it matched the show’s eerie atmosphere.
The series first premiered in the USA on 2nd October 1955. It’s an anthology series, which means each episode features a different and standalone story, often with elements of mystery and horror. Sometimes it’s so suspenseful that it keeps you on the edge of your seat!
The show was so successful that it ran for an impressive 10 seasons, with a total of 361 episodes. It was even known by a different name, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, from 1962 to 1965.
The famous opening theme music is called “Funeral March of a Marionette,” composed by Charles Gounod, and it’s become synonymous with the show’s thrilling and chilling tales. Alfred Hitchcock Presents became a classic, and it’s still remembered and enjoyed by many fans who appreciate its unique and suspenseful storytelling.