Alfred Hitchcock

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Alfred Hitchcock Filmography

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1922 No. 13
1925 The Pleasure Garden
1926 The Mountain Eagle
1927 The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog
1927 The Ring
1927 Downhill
1928 The Farmer’s Wife
1928 Easy Virtue
1928 Champagne
1929 The Manxman
1929 Blackmail
1929 Juno and the Paycock
1930 Murder!
1931 The Skin Game
1931 Rich and Strange
1932 Number Seventeen
1933 Waltzes from Vienna
1934 The Man Who Knew Too Much
1935 The 39 Steps
1936 Secret Agent
1936 Sabotage
1937 Young and Innocent
1938 The Lady Vanishes
1939 Jamaica Inn
1940 Rebecca
1940 Foreign Correspondent
1941 Mr. & Mrs. Smith
1941 Suspicion
1942 Saboteur
1943 Shadow of a Doubt
1944 Lifeboat
1945 Spellbound
1946 Notorious
1947 The Paradine Case
1948 Rope
1949 Under Capricorn
1950 Stage Fright
1951 Strangers on a Train
1953 I Confess
1954 Dial M for Murder
1954 Rear Window
1955 To Catch a Thief
1955 The Trouble with Harry
1956 The Man Who Knew Too Much
1956 The Wrong Man
1958 Vertigo
1959 North by Northwest
1960 Psycho
1963 The Birds
1964 Marnie
1966 Torn Curtain
1969 Topaz
1972 Frenzy
1976 Family Plot

Alfred Hitchcock


b. August 13, 1899, Leytonstone, Essex, England

d. April 29, 1980, Bel Air, California, United States

Hitchcock is not particularly concerned with teaching or reforming us, but with intriguing, moving, captivating us, and above all making us participate emotionally in the narrative he has chosen to conduct. He works exactly like an orchestra conductor who directs his instrumentalists and advances the symphony whose every note, chord, sigh and silence has been foreseen in the score. ~ Francois Truffaut

The Vertigo Hair Spiral


The imponderable mystery of the Vertigo hair spiral.

My Top 5 Hitchcock FilmsStill image from "Vertigo"

Alfred Hitchcock is the master and on this point I brook no dissent. But we can argue about the Top 5 Hitchcock Films. Bring it.

Who is Hitch?: Hitchcock (2012) and The Girl (2012)

Anthony Hopkins in Hitchcock (2012)

Who is Alfred Hitchcock? Ben O’Brian takes a look at 2012’s very different depictions of Hitch in Hitchcock and The Girl.

36 Hitchcock Deaths in Unison

Hitchcock Death mad (1)

A compilation of 36 deaths from Alfred Hitchcock movies – at the same time.


There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it. ~ Alfred Hitchcock



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There are 2 Comments

  1. thomas rusinak
    - November 24, 2013
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    a true genius!

  2. - November 25, 2013
      -   Reply

    Love the Hitchcock quote: “There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.” So true! I think modern filmmakers could refer to this advice a bit more.

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