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Atlantic_Boy: Martin Landau & James Mason in North by Northwest/La Mort aux Trousses (Alfred Hitchcock, 1959)

Tuff86: Strangers on a Train (1951) Director: Alfred Hitchcock D.o.P: Robert Burks

PRDVA2022: Paging Stephen King, Alfred Hitchcock, M. Night Shyamalan, and Dean Koontz . . . We’ve got a property for you . . .

elfredderino: PSYCHO (1960) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock

PlumbioPlumbers: “Television is like the invention of indoor plumbing. It didn’t change people’s habits. It just kept them inside the house.” – Alfred Hitchcock

fiImgal: damien chazelle referencing alfred hitchcock's vertigo in la la land and babylon

Midnightsonstv8: This one was hard to get and i am so happy i have this edition. It is my favourite horror movie, PSYCHO by alfred hitchcock. I love this movie, it is iconic, i wont spoil it because youhave to see it yourself if you havent

FilmCompanion: From Alfred Hitchcock's 'Saboteur' to Kamal Haasan's 'Vishwaroopam', here are 10 spy films you can stream on OTT this weekend.

TheCinesthetic: Psycho (1960) dir. Alfred Hitchcock

LRB: ‘Highsmith is the poet laureate of “Oops, I killed him. (And her.) What do I do now?” In the 1950s and 1960s, Alfred Hitchcock was her only rival at capturing such vertiginous changes of state.’ Terry Castle on Patricia Highsmith:

ryvnlovve: Alfred Hitchcock, Grace Kelly, & Oleg Cassini at the premiere of Rear Window

slobodan_ukic: Alfred Hitchcock posing as Ringo Starr in 1964

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LORDKotodwe: “Exposition is a pill that has to be sugar-coated. In other words, you are giving them some information But at the time you give it, it must appear to be something else” —Alfred Hitchcock

SandraAnnKelley: I’ve got a bad case of vertigo today. For those who don’t know what that is, it’s when you have a lot of chores to do but you’re too engrossed in an Alfred Hitchcock movie to get up off the sofa.

NY114433: Rebecca (1940) Alfred Hitchcock | Full HD Movie | Joan Fontaine, Laurenc...

EmagineTheatres: Director Alfred Hitchcock (the “Master of Suspense”) finds a way to make ordinary birds scary. A small coastal town is terrorized by a series of increasingly aggressive (and lethal) bird attacks… and no one can explain why.

manuthebest58: Alfred Hitchcock on the cover of the February 1, 1963 issue of "Life" magazine.

Chris_K_Walton: On set with Alfred Hitchcock - 1929 / 1963

domdyer70: Alfred Hitchcock on location for the film Frenzy.

conservican2usa: Rear Window, Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

sidewalkfilm: Our 2023 Staff Picks Series continues this month with Alfred Hitchcock's seminal mystery VERTIGO (1958), as picked by Projectionist Nick Ferlisi, 2/11 & 2/12. Read what he had to say at

batknight66: Psycho (1960) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock

secretmovieclub: Wednesday, 2/15 join us for our “shadow series” of Alfred Hitchcock inspired movies, starting with Clint Eastwood’s Play Misty For Me followed by Roman Polanski’s Frantic. 7:30pm - Play Misty For Me (1971, dir. Clint Eastwood) 9:40pm - Frantic (1988, dir. Roman Polanski)

auersruz: The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection ATYTYC4

HippoDaisy: 18) The Birds Out of the 3 Alfred Hitchcock movies I have seen, this one is my favorite. Tippi Hendren’s performance is so good, creating a great character that’s entertaining to watch. But the best achievement of this film is how it makes something as trivial as birds scary.

lachlanCarillo: Alfred Hitchcock. Ayurvedic medicine (in the U.S., and 12% in Japan. French films account for the next draw is less than half the country's nuclear power plants: Diablo Canyon and San Mateo

manuthebest58: "A John Ford film was a visual gratification, his method of shooting eloquent in its clarity and apparent simplicity." Alfred Hitchcock.

JupiterSpurlock: Alfred Hitchcock on location for the 'Frenzy' (1972).

yangeffect: Charade. The Women. Anything Alfred Hitchcock or Jean Harlow!

TheCinesthetic: Notorious (1946) dir. Alfred Hitchcock

RTabletops: SABOTEUR 1942 * ALFRED HITCHCOCK * PRISCILLA LANE * STONE LITHO MOVIE POSTER!!

caryarchive: Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Alfred Hitchcock on set of Notorious

thescrewballgrl: And I have to share this footage of Carole shooting Alfred Hitchcock’s cameo.

MichaelWarbur17: In just the opening couple of minutes ALFRED HITCHCOCK packs in more character info, content, clues, location and narrative than you can shake a genius stick at. REAR WINDOW (1954)

oldhollywood21: Grace Kelly was born Nov. 12, 1929, in Philadelphia. Her elegance, beauty, and talent made her a favorite of director Alfred Hitchcock and a top box-office star before her marriage to Prince Rainier of Monaco. Watch her in To Catch a Thief, The Swan, High Noon, High Society.

WallaceReid_: 1936 An Alfred Hitchcock film stars SYLVIA SIDNEY ROBERT DONAT star in THE HIDDEN POWER

KUACFMTV: Antiques Roadshow: Santa Fe’s Museum Hill, Hour 2, Tonight at 7 on KUAC TV New Roadshow in New Mexico, with finds that include an Angel Botello oil painting, ca. 1960, Muhammad Ali and Alfred Hitchcock autographs, and a 1969 Alexander Calder sculpture. One is valued at $250,000!

secretmovieclub: This Saturday, 2/4, join us for our director of 2023 Alfred Hitchcock’s double feature, a foray into the psychoanalytical and the screwball sides of romance with his classics Spellbound and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. 7:30pm - Spellbound (1945) 9:45pm - Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941)

badexcusebot: I'm sorry your Winnie the Pooh stuffed animal from childhood was obliterated, but it was actually Alfred Hitchcock's fault

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reticentrobbie: Psycho (1960) dir. Alfred Hitchcock

manuthebest58: “We’re all sort of fellow travelers in a mighty small boat, in a mighty big ocean. And the more we quarrel, criticize and misunderstand each other, the bigger the ocean gets and the smaller the boat.” Lifeboat (1944) Alfred Hitchcock.

Baphy_Myers: Having an Alfred Hitchcock movie week, starting off with Dial M with Murder (for Monday lol). Always loved how it picked on the idea of “the perfect murder”

justinfkntime: Out of all the movies that have been remade, you should NEVER remake an Alfred Hitchcock movie!!!!!

hakanin_kosesi: Alfred Hitchcock ve Anthony Perkins PSYCHO (1960) setinde

ororosfire: 30. The 39 Steps (1935) dir. Alfred Hitchcock

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Raajjemv1: Alfred Hitchcock movies are a joke. Never seen a single movie written or directed that is an interesting watch. Meh

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JamesL1927: No prizes for guessing what movie ALFRED HITCHCOCK is promoting in this promo shot.

MashedUpMovies: Spider-Man, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor. Co-starring Christopher Mintz-Plasse, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, music by Jefferson Airplane. Budget: $10m

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CitizenScreen: Alfred Hitchcock and Diane Baker on set of MARNIE (1964)

CPANJGamble: Peter Graves is chasing the man he thinks killed his wife on The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, and it's apparently based on a novel by Elizabeth Hely, whom I've never heard of before. Another author I need to hunt down.

SHAWNSCHAFER20: Alfred Hitchcock with a Submachine Gun (1956). The content was sourced online.

dbomb_txt: thats a silhouette that alfred hitchcock would be jealous of.

badexcusebot: I'm sorry your most important emails were obliterated, but it was actually Alfred Hitchcock's fault

moviesinfocus: Top 10 Film Directors (No Particular Order): Richard Donner Steven Soderbergh Sydney Pollack Brian De Palma Tony Scott Howard Hawks Tim Burton Alfred Hitchcock Joel Schumacher John Carpenter

TodoEsBazofia_: The Wrong Man (Alfred Hitchcock, 1956)

theknowlogy: In the 1960 movie "Psycho" by Alfred Hitchcock, chocolate syrup was used to show the blood in the shower scene

mintaffinity: jan 23rd; Psycho (1960) - Alfred Hitchcock i had heard so much abt the shower scene that it was basically mythologized but ive never heard anyone talk abt the scene afterwards where bates carefully and methodically cleans up his mess which is good post-mentalbreakdown stuff

Post1000Tension: ADHD is such a funny thing for a cinephile to have because the last week has been like Kathryn Bigelow —> Alfred Hitchcock — Spectre 2015 —> I must watch the 1920s charley chase/laurel and hardy shorts of Leo McCarey expeditiously

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Tommo963: Looks like an..............AN ALFRED HITCHCOCK MOVIE!!!!

J_Marsupial: Alfred Hitchcock in the 1950s

RobinRichards99: ‘The more successful the villain, the more successful the picture.’ Alfred Hitchcock.

JeanieLaub: Vincent Desiderio, Alfred Hitchcock’s Hands, 2012,

Edgar_Allan_Joe: I often like to imagine that during the filming of Alfred Hitchcock’s film The Birds they hired Johnny Unitas to throw fake seagulls at children

SamuelDalva: Saboteur: FBI worked behind the scenes to remove lines from an Alfred Hitchcock script they didn’t like.

ChadRAllen: 5 Bone-Chilling Writing Tips from Alfred Hitchcock

CristiMilla1: Tippi Hedren with director Alfred Hitchcock at the premiere of "The Birds" - 1963

24FPSUK: I've been watching an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents every day. Now into Season 2 and largely enjoying them. Most are more like first acts of larger stories, but they're still fun, and it's great to see the faces that pop up. Hitchcock's own episodes always stand out.

svejky: 10. Strangers on a Train (1951), dir. Alfred Hitchcock

poonammeriteju1: “Revenge is sweet and not fattening.” — Alfred Hitchcock VIJAYI BHAVA SHIV THAKARE

manuthebest58: “There was one very effective sequence in the film that I purposely played entirely in long shot. It took place in that East Berlin hotel room where we had the evening sun shining in, the rest was that awful heavy brown.” Alfred Hitchcock.

manuthebest58: That’s the crux of the story: a husband, a wife, and a lover, all in the same room. Everything else is embellishment. Alfred Hitchcock.

TSFirePrincess: They asked Alfred Hitchcock, the guy who invented the modern horror movie, “What scares you?”

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tioviejo: amo Woodrow Wilson, pero oidio Alfred Hitchcock

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etselauren: Been working my way through Alfred Hitchcock’s oeuvre. Here’s a ranked list through Letterboxd of the sixteen I’ve seen so far. I got to say this guy isn’t a half-bad director!

Wattpad_ID: “The paperback is very interesting but I find it will never replace the hardcover book -- it makes a very poor doorstop.” ― Alfred Hitchcock

Fact: Alfred Hitchcock, the master of suspense, who terrified audiences with movies like Psycho and The Birds was frightened of eggs

greenholtfwl: Who Was Alfred Hitchcock? E8HJMUR

ShoesCatchup: he was looking sad huh but he came for 5 sec s ,, i didnt know wat to do so started wat a brilliant acting OMG wat style wat screen presence (its alfred Hitchcock ok) then he got busy discussing the scene i know the struggle is hard for actors

ianforsyth54: Came across this on iPlayer. Really good play with a terrific soundtrack, about the collaboration and falling out between Alfred Hitchcock and composer Bernard Herrmann. The parts about North by North West and Psycho are fantastic.

_ChrisDeWeese: Alfred Hitchcock lookin cute in his St. Patrick's Day outfit

EmagineTheatres: Director Alfred Hitchcock (the “Master of Suspense”) finds a way to make ordinary birds scary. A small coastal town is terrorized by a series of increasingly aggressive (and lethal) bird attacks… and no one can explain why.

rejectnation: To generate suspense, Alfred Hitchcock lets you in on the secret that there's a bomb under the table. Meanwhile, Mr. Bean *is* the bomb.

CristiMilla1: Alfred Hitchcock with Ingrid Bergman. She starred in three Hitchcock's movies : "Spellbound" - 1945 "Notorious" - 1946 "Under Capricorn" - 1949

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kristwood: if we were behaved we could stay up and watch alfred hitchcock

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joeljmiller: Alfred Hitchcock was wrong!

mikgerri: Anthony Perkins behind the scenes of Psycho (1960) dir. Alfred Hitchcock

AmericanCine: Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope — Something Different The Master of Suspense experiments with camera movement and "real time" in this classic mystery. This article was originally published in AC, Feb. 1985.

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