Before coming to Hollywood Alfred Hitchcock made his mark in British films. The Lady Vanishes a comic mystery on a train is our pick to begin your journey as a Hitchcock fan.
Romance and suspense. Grace Kelly and Cary Grant. To Catch a Thief should definitely be part on any Alfred Hitchcock film festival.
You do my murder and I'll do yours. Would that be the perfect crime? Strangers on a Train is a taut thriller.
Maybe you saw A Perfect Murder. Erase that memory from your brain and watch the original Dial M for Murder.
James Stewart has broken his leg and is confined to his apartment. He entertains himself watching his neighbors out the window. Is that a murder he witnesses? Rear Window (P. S. Grace Kelly is his girlfriend.)
Now we reach the time in Alfred Hitchcock's career where he made one classic movie after another starting with the dizzying and mysterious Vertigo
North by Northwest - It ends on the faces of Mount Rushmore after taking us on an elegant, thrilling suspense chase with Cary Grant in the role of the 'wrong man".
This is it. Psycho is the best horror thriller of all time. Is anyone going to argue with us? Would you check into a motel called The Bates? We rest our case.
We don't like birds. Do you think it could be because of this movie? In The Birds Tippi Hedren goes to Bodega Bay a place where the birds definitely don't like us.
Of Alfred's Hitchcock's final movies we are going to pick Marnie. A sometimes overlooked story of a very troubled woman and the man who tries to save her.
Alfred Hitchcock Academy Awards®
The Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award --- 1968 Best Director Nomination for Psycho --- 1961 Best Director Nomination for Rear Window --- 1955 Best Director Nomination for Spellbound --- 1946 Best Director Nomination for Lifeboat --- 1945 Best Director Nomination for Rebecca --- 1941