Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Previously filmed as a theatrical feature in 1939, Alec Coppel's semi-serious mystery play I Killed the Count was adapted 17 years later as Alfred Hitchcock Presents' only three-part episode. In part two, Inspector Davidson (John Williams) has his hands full trying to determine who murdered the much-hated Count Martoni. No sooner has one suspect confessed to the crime than another suspect comes forward with another confession! Making matters worse for Davidson, there is not enough evidence to convict either one of the confessors.