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  1. Alfred Hitchcock filmography - Wikipedia

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    In 1948 Hitchcock directed Ropewhich starred James Stewart. The film was his first in Technicolorand is remembered for its use of long takesto make the film appear to be a single continuous shot.[10] Three years later he directed Strangers on a Train(1951). Hitchcock collaborated with Grace Kellyon three films: Dial M for Murder(1954), Rear Window(1954) and To Catch a Thief(1955).

  2. Alfred Hitchcock Movies - IMDb

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    Alfred Hitchcock Movies. 1. Number 13 (1922) Comedy. The story was about low-income residents of a building, financed by The Peabody Trust, founded by American ... 2. Always Tell Your Wife (1923) 3. The Pleasure Garden (1925) 4. The Mountain Eagle (1926) 5. The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ...

  3. 1. Vertigo (1958) PG | 128 min | Mystery, Romance, Thriller 8. 2. North by Northwest (1959)

  4. List of Alfred Hitchcock Movies: Best to Worst - Filmography

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    • Rear Window. (1954) As: Cast, Producer, Director. Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Genres: Mystery, Thriller. Star Cast: Raymond Burr, James Stewart, Thelma Ritter, Grace Kelly.
    • Psycho. (1960) As: Cast, Producer, Director. Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Genres: Horror, Thriller, Mystery. Star Cast: Vera Miles, Martin Balsam, John McIntire, John Gavin.
    • North by Northwest. (1959) As: Cast, Producer, Director. Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Genres: Mystery, Adventure, Action, Thriller. Star Cast: Eva Marie Saint, James Mason, Jessie Royce Landis, Leo G. Carroll.
    • Vertigo. (1958) As: Cast, Producer, Director. Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Genres: Romance, Thriller, Mystery. Star Cast: James Stewart, Henry Jones, Barbara Bel Geddes, Kim Novak.
  5. Every Alfred Hitchcock Movie, Ranked Best to Worst

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    • North by Northwest. North by Northwest is a 1959 American spy thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring...
    • Rear Window. Rear Window is a 1954 American mystery thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and written by John...
    • Strangers on a Train. Released: 1951 Strangers on a Train is a 1951 American...
  6. Alfred Hitchcock List of Movies and TV Shows | TV Guide

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    Popular Movies 1. Star Trek Beyond 2. Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone 3. Sexy Beast 4. Elf 5. Hocus Pocus 6. Coco 7. The Fox

  7. Filmography - The Alfred Hitchcock Wiki

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    • Other Works
    • Unfilmed and Unrealized
    • Misc Pages

    Other films and works of interest, with Hitchcock's contribution (either based on factual information or on assumption) shown in italics...

    The following are films and projects that never saw the light of day, or that were initially announced as going to be directed by Hitchcock.

    A selection of other film related sections of the site... 1. Themes in Hitchcock Films 2. List of Hitchcock cameo appearances 3. Complete lists of Cast and Crew for Hitchcock Films 4. Hitchcockian Films 5. Copyright status of Hitchcock films

  8. Films: Alfred Hitchcock | The List

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    • Double Take. Dazzling montage-based film which uses Alfred Hitchcock's fascination with doubles as a springboard to...
    • Family Plot. Hitchcock's final film follows a fraudulent psychic and her private investigator boyfriend on the trail of...
    • Frenzy. Hitch's penultimate film is the bloody tale of a serial sex killer called the 'Necktie Murderer'.
  9. Alfred Hitchcock - Wikipedia

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    Alfred Joseph Hitchcock KBE (13 August 1899 – 29 April 1980) was an English film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is one of the most influential and extensively studied filmmakers in the history of cinema.

  10. List of Alfred Hitchcock cameo appearances - Wikipedia

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    List of Alfred Hitchcock cameo appearances. English film director Alfred Hitchcock made cameo appearances in 40 of his 54 surviving major films (his second film, The Mountain Eagle, is lost ). For the films in which he appeared, he would be seen for a brief moment in a non-speaking part as an extra, such as boarding a bus, crossing in front of a building, standing in an apartment across the courtyard, or even appearing in a newspaper photograph (as seen in the film Lifeboat, which otherwise ...

    Title
    Year
    H:M[:S]
    Description
    1963
    0:02:18
    Leaving the pet shop with two of his own Sealyham terriers, Geoffrey and Stanley, as Tippi Hedren enters.
    1929
    0:10:25
    Being bothered by a small boy as he reads a book on the London Underground. This cameo is 19 seconds long.
    1954
    0:13:13
    On the left side in the class-reunion photo.
    1928
    0:21:15
    Walking past a tennis court carrying a walking stick.
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