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On Sept. 10, 1971, three friends opened their first Dallas bar and restaurant on Oak Lawn Avenue. You know it today as Al Biernat’s steakhouse, near Highland Park. But 50 years ago, J. Alfred’s was selling booze for 5 or 10 cents a glass and racking up stories that, today, seem too wild to be true.

“We never timed this thing to make a lot of money. We just wanted to have fun,” says Gene Street, now 80 years old.

“And meet girls,” adds Phil Cobb, age 78.

Maybe they wouldn’t have guessed it at the time, but Cobb would go on to operate about 100 restaurants in the next 50 years, including Mi Piaci, Balboa Cafe, Tejas Cafe, St. Martin’s Wine Bistro and the San Francisco Rose. Street had a hand in starting or operating 200 restaurants, most notably Black-Eyed Pea and Cool River, and later, El Chico and III Forks.

It all started at J. Alfred’s, where a toilet in the middle of the room was filled with peanuts.

“We cleaned it a lot,” Street prefaces: Customers would reach into the commode, grab a handful of nuts and eat them, leaving the shells on the floor. After “seven or eight years,” they guess, they had to remove the public potty — not because of sanitation issues but because the fire department didn’t like the potential hazard of peanut casings near people who were smoking.

As Street and Cobb tell it, the next nine years were some of the most fun of their lives.

Some of the stories seem like legends dreamt up over too many beers. Like this one: Billy Bob Barnett, the founder of Fort Worth music hall Billy Bob’s, reportedly ate a dead rat found in J. Alfred’s attic, then chased it down with Miller Lite. A Dallas Morning News story from 1982 set the record straight — if you choose to believe it:

“It was a mouse,” Barnett told The News, “and a Schlitz.”

The bar was supposed to be called The Volstead Act. Street thought it was a cheeky way to thumb their noses at prohibition until he researched what the law actually did: In 1919, the Volstead Act allowed the enforcement of prohibition.

“We got it backwards,” Cobb says.

So they named it J. Alfred’s, after a T. S. Eliot poem called “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” It was a pie-in-the-sky idea from some first-time, twentysomething bar owners — and it didn’t much match the vibe of a place where debutantes danced on tables, still wearing their white dresses. One man reportedly rode a motorcycle into the bar. A woman would show up occasionally, wearing a snake wrapped around her arms and neck.

J. Alfred’s was right on time: It opened five months after Texas bars and restaurants could start selling liquor by the drink, in 1971. The new, boozy law made J. Alfred’s an especially interesting place for young drinkers in Dallas.

“At one time, we sold more keg beer than anyone in Dallas,” Street says.

Over 50 years, Street and Cobb bought and sold dozens of properties in Dallas. (They also parted ways with the third partner in J. Alfred’s within the first year or two of business.) Street and Cobb eventually bought a house in Maui, just for fun, from their profits. They also purchased a $750,000 private plane, painted it lavender and rented it out to businesspeople who could afford to fly their friends on a silly-looking aircraft owned by some of Dallas’ most prolific restaurateurs.

In 1980, just before J. Alfred’s reached its 10th birthday, the bar closed. “We shut down a restaurant that was making money,” Cobb says.

After all that fun? Why?

By 1980, a story in The News declared J. Alfred’s an “unsavory” place, where Street was punched in the face after he turned down the volume on the juke box. Cobb tells an even more sordid story:

“We joked: If you find one syringe, that’s OK. Well, one night we found two. And that was it,” Cobb says.

From the seedy J. Alfred’s sprung a long list of Dallas bars and restaurants: Bully’s in 1974, Black-Eyed Pea in 1975, Lakewood Yacht Club and Dixie House in1978, Greenville Avenue Country Club in 1979. And more.

In 1980, J. Alfred’s closed and became The Wine Press, a casual bar that sold a lot more champagne and Bordeaux than keg beer. And oh, if those walls could talk.

“I never had a dull day, being in business with you,” Cobb says to Street, sitting at a table at Al Biernat’s a few days before the 50th anniversary.

”It all started right here.”

Business advice from Gene Street and Phil Cobb:

  • “Get into it to have fun — but you have to make money,” Gene Street says. He eventually operated as many as 200 restaurants, including Black-Eyed Pea and III Forks.
  • “Never spend more than 39 cents on a ballpoint pen,” says Phil Cobb, who has had a hand in over 100 restaurants. “Watch the pennies: If you watch the pennies, it’ll take care of itself.”
  • They both said it’s OK to make major changes at a restaurant or bar — swiftly. They opened a fondue restaurant and bar called The Old Church in the 1970s, then realized that keeping the fondue hot was a pain. So they turned it into a burger joint instead. “You could make mistakes like that back then,” Street says. “Those mistakes are more expensive now.”

For more food news, follow Sarah Blaskovich on Twitter at @sblaskovich.

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Season 2 (CBS) (1956-57)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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############## season 2 1956-57 ##############

CBS Sundays 9:30 pm Eastern

2.01 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: WET SATURDAY

30-Sep-56 (rebroadcast 26Jul59)

based on a story by John Collier

director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

John Williams ........Capt. Smollet

Archives

Kathryn Givney ........ Mrs. Princey

Harry Barclay ........ George

Synopsis 1:

Synopsis 2:
The daughter of a prominent citizen in a small English town kills her suitor when

she learns he is engaged to another girl. Trying to conceal her crime and save

the family's dignity, the father looks about for someone on whom to pin the murder. [RF]

2.02 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: FOG CLOSING IN

07-Oct-56

based on a story by Martin Brooke

director of photography Reggie Lanning
Guest Stars:
Phyllis Thaxter ...... Mary Summers
George Grizzard ...... Ted Lambert
Paul Langton ......... Arthur Summers
Carol Veazie ......... Mrs. Connolly
Norman Willis ........ Mr. Connolly
Billy Nelson ......... Asylum Doctor
Norman Willis ........ Cab Driver
Synopsis:

Synopsis 2:
A young woman becomes obsessed by unreasonable fears

and believes she is going insane. Her situation is not helped by her

husband leaving her alone in the house because he has to go on a trip. [RF]

2.03 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: DE MORTUIS (screen title)

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1540

teleplay by Francis Cockrell

directed by Robert Stevens

Guest Stars:

Cara Williams ........ Irene Rankin

Philip Coolidge ........ Bud Horton

H.M. Wynant ........ Truck Driver

Two men think their friend has killed his wife.

An older, rather dull college professor thinks he is happily married to a much younger woman. [RF]

2.04 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: KILL WITH KINDNESS

21-Oct-56

Directed by Herschel Daugherty

Guest Stars:

Hume Cronyn .......... Fitzhugh Oldham
Carmen Mathews ....... Katherine Oldham
James Gleason ........ Mr. Jorgy
Holly Bane ........... Fireman (Mike Ragan)
Margie Liszt ......... Nosy Neighbor
Synopsis 1:
A middle-aged brother and sister with financial problems devise a bizarre

plan to get money from the brother's insurance policy. [RF]
Synopsis 2:

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1551

Teleplay by James P. Cavanagh

Directed by Robert Stevens

Guest Stars:

K.T. Stevens ....... Liza

Rusty Lane ........ Detective

Dorothy Crehan ......... Maid

A murderer assumes another identity.

Synopsis 2:
A vain, pretentious young man, anxious to inherit the money left to his aunt,

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1542

Teleplay by Victor Wolfson

Directed by Robert Stevens

Guest Stars:

Robert H. Harris ....... Albert Birch

George Mathews ....... Mr. McGurk

Penny Santon ....... Italian Tenant

A man's long-lost love places an ad to find him.

2.07 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: ALIBI ME

11-Nov-56

Based on a story by Therd Jaffe & Walter Brown Newman

Director of photography William Sickner, A.S.C.

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Lee Philips ....... Georgie Minnelli

Harvey Stephens ....... Inspector Larkin

Harry Tyler ....... Timmy

Shirley Smith ....... Goldie

Charles Cantor ....... Barney

Eugenia Paul ....... Viola

Synopsis:
A young hoodlum ruthlessly murders an established racketeer for muscling

in on his territory. He realizes the police will pick him as the prime suspect and

frantically tries to find someone who will establish an alibi for his whereabouts

2.08 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: CONVERSATION OVER A CORPSE

18-Nov-56

Based on a story by Norman Daniels

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

Ray Collins ........ Herbert Brenner
Dorothy Stickney ... Cissie Enright
Carmen Mathews ..... Joanna Enright
Ted Stanhope ....... Bank Teller
Synopsis:
Two spinster sisters invite the banker who holds a mortgage on their home over to tea

- poisoned tea, that is. Afterward they ponder the problem of what to do with the body. [RF]

Synopsis 2:

Revue-Shamley prod no. 1544

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Directed by James Neilson

Guest Stars:

Robert Middleton .......... Sam Clinker

Dayton Lummis .......... Tom Ackley

Francis DeSales .......... Card Player

Jess Kirkpatrick ....... Card Player

Kay Stewart ....... Secretary

A man wagers everything on a poker hand.

Synopsis 2:
One of the partners in a small business concern agrees to play poker with

a wealthy client. The client is such a disagreeable bully that he forces the

businessman to raise the stakes beyond the point he can afford. [RF]

Quote:

'I waited there with a dead head sitting on a dead spine waiting for

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1557

Teleplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld & Stirling Silliphant

Directed by John Meredyth Lucas

Guest Stars:

Douglas Kennedy ....... Jonathan Dalliford

Nancy Kulp ....... Nurse Andrews

Hope Landin ....... Housekeeper

Synopsis:

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1556

teleplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

directed by Herschel Daugherty

Guest Stars:

Henry Silva ......... Harry Silver

Jack Lambert ....... Baldy

Synopsis 1:
A ruthless underworld leader discovers that his pretty young wife is seeing another man.

He hires a professional killer to do away with her and her boyfriend. [RF]
Synopsis 2:

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1548

Teleplay by Marian Cockrell

Directed by Marian Cockrell

Guest Stars:

Patricia Collinge ....... Julia Pickering

Ralph Peters ....... Cab Driver

2.13 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MR. BLANCHARD'S SECRET

23-Dec-56

Based on a story by Emily Neff

Director of photography John L. Russell Jr., A.S.C.

Mary Scott ....... Babs Fenton

Meg Mundy ....... Mrs. Blanchard

Eloise Hardt ....... Maid

A mystery writer is curious about the neighbors

2.14 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: JOHN BROWN'S BODY

30-Dec-56

Based on a story by Thomas Burke

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

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Russell Collins ....... John Brown

Hugh Marlowe ......... Harold Skinner

Walter Kingsford ........ Dr. Helck

Marcel Rousseau ........ Waiter

Norman Leavitt ........ Policeman
Madelon Baker ....... Waitress

An unfaithful wife has her husband committed.

Synopsis 2:
A man's wife and one of his business associates plot to have

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1552

Teleplay by Martin Berkeley & Harold Gast

Directed by John Meredyth Lucas

Director of photography Ellsworth Fredericks, A.S.C.

Biff McGuire ....... Ray Loomis

Michael Fox ........ Carpenter

Raymond Guth .......... Room Clerk

Synopsis:

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1549

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis & Stuart Jerome

Directed by Justus Addiss

Guest Stars:

Virginia Gregg ........ Norma Parker

Percy Helton ....... Janitor

Norman Bartold ......... Sgt. Gold

Synopsis:

2.17 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MY BROTHER RICHARD

20-Jan-57

Based on a story by Jay Bennett

Guest Stars:

Inger Stevens ......... Laura Ross

Ray Teal ......... Sheriff

Lisa Golm ......... Mrs. Kopek (Grant)

Richard Ross murdered the man who stood in the way of his brother's

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political success. He nearly got away with it - until fate took a hand. [RF]

A man kills to ensure his brother's election.

2.18 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE MANACLED

27-Jan-57 CBS Sun

Based on a story by Sanford Wolf

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

Gary Merrill ......... Sgt. Ben Rockwell

Rusty Lane .........Conductor

Edith Evanson ........ Pickpocket

Gary Hunley ...... Little Boy on the train
Kay Stewart ...... Boy's Mother on the train

A prisoner tries to negotiate an escape.

2.19 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A BOTTLE OF WINE

03-Feb-57 CBS Sun

Based on a story by Bordon Deal

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

Herbert Marshall ........ Judge Harley Condon

Jarma Lewis ........ Grace

A man thinks his lover's spouse has poisoned him.

2.20 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MALICE DOMESTIC

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1553

Based on a story by Philip MacDonald

Guest Stars:

Phyllis Thaxter ....... Annette Borden

Ralph Clanton ....... Perry Harrison

A woman appears to have poisoned her husband.

2.21 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: NUMBER TWENTY-TWO

17-Feb-57 CBS Sun

Based on a story by Evan Hunter

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

Rip Torn ....... Steve Morgan

Ray Teal ....... Chief of Detectives

Paul Picerni ....... Assissi

Charles Watts ....... Franklin

Peter Leeds ...... Custodian

Martin Wilkins ..... Man

A captured robber initially enjoys the attention.

2.22 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE END OF INDIAN SUMMER

24-Feb-57

Based on a story by Maurice Baudin

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

Gladys Cooper ....... Marguerite Gillispie

James Gleason ........ Howard Fieldstone

Philip Coolidge ........ Henderson

Hope Summers ........ Maid

Mickey Kuhn ........ Bellhop

Synopsis 1:

An insurance salesman watches a suspicious widow.

Synopsis 2:
An insurance investigator finds it difficult to believe that a kind, genteel widow

may have disposed of her two husbands for their insurance money. [RF]

2.23 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: ONE FOR THE ROAD

03-Mar-57

based on a story by Emily Neff

director of photography Reggie Lanning

John Baragrey ........ Charles Hendricks

Louise Platt ........ Marsha Hendricks

Synopsis 1:

Synopsis 2:
A handsome salesman finds himself in a predicament when his wife

2.24 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE CREAM OF THE JEST (30 min)

10-Mar-1957 NBC

Teleplay by Sarett Rudley

Directed by Herschel Daugherty

Guest Cast:

James Gregory ....... Wayne Campbell

Johnny Silver ....... Jerry, the bartender

Don Garrett ....... Pete

Carol Shannon ....... Mrs. Campbell /Hat check girl

Gladys Hurlbut ....... Woman

Tom Martin ....... Waiter

Charles Greasham is a down-and-out actor who spends most of his time

drinking - on credit - in the same bar. But one day he gets his long

awaited chance. He is auditioned for the role of a blackmailer, and acts

as he has never acted before - with fatal consequences. [RF]

An extortion victim sets up his blackmailer

2.25 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: I KILLED THE COUNT (PART 1) 17-Mar-57

2.26 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: I KILLED THE COUNT (PART 2) 24-Mar-57

2.27 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: I KILLED THE COUNT (PART 3) 31-Mar-57

teleplay by Francis Cockrell

directed by Robert Stevens

Guest Stars:

Alan Napier ......... Lord Sorrington

Charles Davis .......... Raines

Melville Cooper ......... Mullet

Rosemary Harris ........... Louise Rogers

Jerry Barclay ......... Johnson

Arthur Gould-Porter ........... Mr. Moen

George Pelling .......... Clifton

Pt. 1 - A count is found murdered.

Pt. 2 - Two people confess to the count's murder.

Pt. 3 - Three persons have confessed to the murder of an Italian count.

Scotland Yard must decide who is telling the truth.

2.28 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: ONE MORE MILE TO GO

07-Apr-57

Based on a story by F.J. Smith

Director of photography John L. Russell Jr., A.S.C.

David Wayne ........ Sam Jacoby

Norman Leavitt ........ Attendant

Synopsis:

A man kills his wife with a fire poker and tries to dispose of his wife's

Revue-Shamley prod. no. 1568

teleplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld

directed by Paul Henreid

Guest Stars:

George Macready ............ Mr. Vincent Williams

Russell Johnson ............ Turk

Paul Lambert .......... Gallegher

Tracey Morgan .......... Dora

Michael Kuhn ........... Butler

A murderer finds the tables turned on him.

2.30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE THREE DREAMS OF MR. FINDLATER

21-Apr-57

Based on a story by A.A. Milne

Director of photography Reggie Lanning

John Williams ......... Ernest Findlater

Isobel Elsom .......... Minnie Findlater

Arthur Gould-Porter ........ Rogers

Raymond Bailey .......... Psychiatrist

A man plots his wife's murder with a dream lover.

2.31 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE NIGHT THE WORLD ENDED

28-Apr-57

Based on a story by Fredric Brown

Director of photography Joseph La Shelle, A.S.C.

Russell Collins ........ Johnny

Edith Barrett ....... Felicia Green

Bart Burns ....... Nick the Bartender

Ned Wever ....... Joe

Robert Ellis ......... Reporter

Harry Shearer ....... Street Kid

Charles Herbert ....... Street Kid

Mike Ross ....... Timothy

Mars pulled out of its orbit and is heading towards Earth, impact time

11:45.....Halloran plays a gag on ole Johnny who thinks its going to be

*Great episode

2.32 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE HANDS OF MR. OTTERMOLE

05-May-57

Teleplay by Francis Cockrell
Based on a story by Thomas Burke
Directed by Robert Stevens
Director of photography John F. Warren

Rhys Williams ....... Summers

Arthur Gould-Porter ......... Herbert Whybrow

Torin Thatcher ......... Constable Johnson

Charles Davis .......... Reporter

Mollie Roden ......... Busybody

Nora O'Mahoney ....... the Flower Woman

Gerald Hamer .......... Jimmy the Blindman

Fog, a mysterious strangler and an inquisitive reporter confound an English police sergeant.

Working under cover of impenetrable fog, the murderer claims one of the

sergeant's policemen as another of his many victims.

He said, 'Ideas came into his hands', he must have been insane.'

*Great episode! [RF]

2.33 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A MAN GREATLY BELOVED

12-May-57

Based on a story by A.A. Milne

Director of photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.

Cedric Hardwicke ............ John Anderson

Hugh Marlowe ........... Rev. Richard Fell

Rebecca Welles ......... Mrs. Fell

Ken Christy ........ Drifter

2.34 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: MARTHA MASON, MOVIE STAR

19-May-57

Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis

Directed by Justus Addiss

Guest Stars:

Robert Emhardt ....... Henry McKay

Claire Carleton ........ Bernice

Karen Norris ....... Cora

Synopsis 1:

A drab, unattractive housewife's delusions that she is the perfect double

Synopsis 2:

2.35 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE WEST WARLOCK TIME CAPSULE

26-May-57

Based on a story by J.P. Cahn

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

Henry Jones ........... George Tiffany

Russell Thorson ........... Dr. Rhody

Sam Buffington ........... Waldren

Bobby Clark .......... Charles

A man plans to get rid of a freeloading in-law.

2.36 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: FATHER AND SON

02-Jun-57 (rerun 08Sep57)

Based on a story by Thomas Burke

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

Edmund Gwenn .......... Joe Saunders

Charles Davis ........... Sam Saunders

George Pelling ........... Mr. Schiller

Dan Sheridan ......... 2nd Sergeant

A ne'er-do-well son plots to get money.

Synopsis 2:
The middle-aged son of an arthritic pawn-shop owner has never outgrown his

adolescent dependence on his father. Then the father decides it is high time

2.37 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE INDESTRUCTIBLE MR. WEEMS

09-Jun-57

Directed by Justus Addiss

Guest Stars:

Robert Middleton ....... Cato Stone

Rebecca Welles ....... Laura Weems

Theodore Newton ....... Doctor

Harry Bellaver ....... Bronsky

Don Keefer ....... Mr. Brodheit
A ``dying' man is paid to buy a cemetery plot.

2.38 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A LITTLE SLEEP

16-Jun-57

Based on a story by Joe Grenzeback

Director of photography John L. Russell, A.S.C.

Vic Morrow ........ Bennie Mungo

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George Chandler ....... Party Goer

Douglas Kennedy ....... Harvey

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Jack Mullaney ....... Diner Customer
A footloose girl encounters a killer.

2.39 Alfred Hitchcock Presents: THE DANGEROUS PEOPLE

23-Jun-57

Based on a story by Fredric Brown

Director of photography Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.

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Harry Tyler ....... Train Ticket Agent

David Armstrong ....... Asylum Intern

Synopsis:
In the deserted railroad station of a small town, two men eye each other suspiciously.

Each suspects the other of being the escaped inmate from an insane asylum. [RF]

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