Where is Alfred Hitchcock buried

Divorce in American - Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, the 'Master of Suspense', is one of the most important and influential directors in film history with his complete works of 53 feature films, also due to his enormous audience success. ONE presents 21 episodes of his crime series, which he was responsible for American television between 1955 and 1965. This episode of the legendary TV series "Alfred Hitchcock presents" is about a marriage hell in which a glass of milk - as in Hitchcock's classic movie "Suspicion - Suspicion" - plays an important role. Leonard Compson, a quiet middle-aged businessman, does not have an easy life. Years ago, the prevented adventurer had to finally bury his wanderlust and his desire to discover after his wife Elsie's vacation accident in Haiti. For the domineering Elsie, who has since cultivated her frailty and has dealt with doctors in series with imaginary secondary diseases, blames her husband for her misfortune and makes his life hell. Elsie's morbid avarice and her eternal reproaches only rarely allow the adventurous Leonard Compson to visit his favorite rarity dealer, who carries such beautiful exotic weapons as African blowguns (including poisoned arrows) and deadly snake-blade daggers from Persia ... No wonder Mr. One day Compson visits a funeral home and selects the top model "Eternal Treasure" from among the most expensive coffins. When asked for the name of the deceased, Mr. Compson replies that he only wanted to buy the coffin "as a precaution". That changes when his wife doesn't even want to allow him the harmless substitute pleasure of at least experiencing foreign countries from the cinema seat. Leonard makes a momentous decision. The gloomy prospect of having to endure and care for his despotic wife for another 30 years leads him to embark on a long journey into the unknown: he gets himself a painless rat poison, redeems his life insurance and gives the funeral home the order to buy his expensive coffin Choice to deliver punctually at eight the next evening, because any place in the world is better than a home with Elsie - even if it's a luxurious $ 5,000 mahogany coffin with bronze fittings ...