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The Movies of Alfred Hitchcock
 

Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980), auteur, showman and famed director, had a career spanning five decades and over 50 films. Over 70 years after his first film, his name is still synonymous with suspense. Discover and discuss the Master of Suspense with other MysteryNet community members.

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  • I never saw any of the tv shows but Rear Window is... by Lisa - Aug 24, 97 (#1 of 529)
  • Vertigo is his best movie... by Aleksander Castberg - Jan 12, 98 (#2 of 529)
  • ALoha, Gang!.. by S.L. Badoyen - May 11, 98 (#3 of 529)
  • I took a college seminar class on Hitchcock and... by s wheat - Jul 18, 98 (#4 of 529)
  • S.L.Badoyan: The one with Gregory Peck is... by Balu Balachandra - Jul 20, 98 (#5 of 529)
  • SLB: The Joseph Cotten Hitch film you described is... by Jerry Peterson - Jul 28, 98 (#6 of 529)
  • Alfred Hitchcock's movies starred the most... by P Marlowe - Aug 20, 98 (#7 of 529)
  • Please refresh my memory, I know most of... by Katarina Rundgren - Aug 21, 98 (#8 of 529)
  • Shadow of a Doubt was set in Santa Rosa, CA, it... by P Marlowe - Aug 21, 98 (#9 of 529)
  • I like the idea of him making some kind of... by columbo - Aug 21, 98 (#10 of 529)
  • You do know he hated doing that after awhile, but... by P Marlowe - Aug 21, 98 (#11 of 529)
  • thanks Marlowe,I know the movie now; I haven't... by Katarina Rundgren - Aug 22, 98 (#12 of 529)
  • Katarina, it is well worth it - great cast Joseph... by P Marlowe - Aug 22, 98 (#13 of 529)
  • Olá para vocês... by Vilson - Aug 28, 98 (#14 of 529)
  • I see mention has been made of AH's appearance in... by Calsha - Nov 7, 98 (#15 of 529)
  • One of Hitchcock's movie is being remade... by Hannah - Nov 9, 98 (#16 of 529)
  • What is the purpose of remaking Psycho... by Denisekay - Nov 11, 98 (#17 of 529)
  • Nothing will be as good as the original... by Calsha - Nov 29, 98 (#18 of 529)
  • Calsha, actually it wasn't a skeleton... by P Marlowe - Dec 5, 98 (#19 of 529)
  • Thanks for reminding me... by Calsha - Dec 6, 98 (#20 of 529)
  • Diva... by David Matthews - Mar 1, 99 (#21 of 529)
  • And Witness for the Prosecution was written by... by P Marlowe - Mar 1, 99 (#22 of 529)
  • Hi again, P Marlowe - I know Witness for the... by - Mar 9, 99 (#23 of 529)
  • Hi Diva... by David Matthews - Mar 9, 99 (#24 of 529)
  • And of honorable mention by Mr... by P Marlowe - Mar 15, 99 (#25 of 529)
  • Hitchcock fans may be interested in a 1995 French-... by David Matthews - Apr 16, 99 (#26 of 529)
  • I am such a huge Hitchcock fan that I've even gone... by Frances Standish - Jun 25, 99 (#27 of 529)
  • The only problem, Frances, is that DePalma just... by P Marlowe - Jun 25, 99 (#28 of 529)
  • Dressed to Kill was a pretty good movie... by Frances Standish - Jun 28, 99 (#29 of 529)
  • Saw Snake Eyes but didn't see much Hitchcock in... by P Marlowe - Jun 28, 99 (#30 of 529)
  • DePalmas' best movies are Blow Out and ... by P Marlowe - Jun 28, 99 (#31 of 529)
  • DePalmas' movies are often quite stylish butI find... by David Matthews - Jun 28, 99 (#32 of 529)
  • I think Snake Eyes was similiar to Hitchcock in... by Tennessee - Jun 29, 99 (#33 of 529)
  • Snake Eyes was awful--DePalma's best was... by william Pratt - Jun 30, 99 (#34 of 529)
  • william pratt - think for a minute - Vertigo... by P Marlowe - Jul 1, 99 (#35 of 529)
  • P Marlowe--thanks for the info but I'm afraid I... by william Pratt - Jul 6, 99 (#36 of 529)
  • william pratt, you must see Vertigo then you... by P Marlowe - Jul 7, 99 (#37 of 529)
  • Out of all of Hitchcock's many films, Rear Window... by Evelyn Delgado - Aug 5, 99 (#38 of 529)
  • I am so glad to see other people love Hitchcock as... by Sharon Sermons - Aug 7, 99 (#39 of 529)
  • It's curious that Hitchcock inspires such a... by Jed Wetherill - Aug 9, 99 (#40 of 529)
  • Alfred Hitchcock The Birds and Pyscho really got... by Laris Pland - Aug 9, 99 (#41 of 529)
  • The Birds rocks! by Laris Pland - Aug 9, 99 (#42 of 529)
  • Jed Wetherill, Hitch's ability (and knowledge that... by P Marlowe - Aug 9, 99 (#43 of 529)
  • I saw Lifeboat because I'm a big fan of Tallulah... by Terri Pritchard. - Aug 9, 99 (#44 of 529)
  • I remember the theatrical trailer for "Psycho"... by David Matthews - Aug 10, 99 (#45 of 529)
  • Rear Window gets my vote, too... by Carol Kostka - Aug 10, 99 (#46 of 529)
  • Terri Pritchard - exactly the way Hitchcock... by P Marlowe - Aug 10, 99 (#47 of 529)
  • I love Hitchcock... by Melissa Moore - Aug 10, 99 (#48 of 529)
  • The Birds is not only my favorite Alfred Hitcock... by Kristen Shanklin - Aug 11, 99 (#49 of 529)
  • I would have to say that Rear Window is my... by Anna Wiegenstein - Aug 11, 99 (#50 of 529)
  • North by NorthWest - the best by MJ - Aug 12, 99 (#51 of 529)
  • Just recently saw "The Trouble With Harry" for the... by Christy Servis - Aug 21, 99 (#52 of 529)
  • THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY was not his first... by william Pratt - Aug 21, 99 (#53 of 529)
  • Thank you, william pratt, I knew I liked Carole... by P Marlowe - Aug 22, 99 (#54 of 529)
  • What does everyone think about "Rope"?.. by mike morgan - Aug 22, 99 (#55 of 529)
  • I love Virtigo because James Stewart and Kim Novak... by Razel C. - Aug 23, 99 (#56 of 529)
  • mike morgan - for my money Hitchcock was the most... by P Marlowe - Aug 23, 99 (#57 of 529)
  • P Marlowe--I agree about the copying... by mike morgan - Aug 26, 99 (#58 of 529)
  • I just saw "the Birds" for the first time... by Richard Cowley - Aug 26, 99 (#59 of 529)
  • Glorious Technicolor, Richard Cowley. by P Marlowe - Aug 26, 99 (#60 of 529)
  • Thankyou PMarlowe.This should settle a very... by Richard Cowley - Aug 27, 99 (#61 of 529)
  • Since august 1999 you can see the longer version... by Karl Fleischer - Aug 30, 99 (#62 of 529)
  • Why is there a helicopter in the 39 steps?.. by Matt Harris - Aug 30, 99 (#63 of 529)
  • hitchcock is the man hes the coolest!!!!!!!!.. by dave the rave - Sep 2, 99 (#64 of 529)
  • Could someone explain the final scene in "the... by Joseph Hardy - Sep 2, 99 (#65 of 529)
  • We have to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the... by Jacynthe (Miss MacGuffin) - Sep 3, 99 (#66 of 529)
  • You have been selected out of one-thousand lucky... by Mausri Fraus - Sep 9, 99 (#67 of 529)
  • Hi everyone, I am a new follower of Mr... by Eddie Lozoya - Sep 9, 99 (#68 of 529)
  • Exactly what type of information would you like,... by P Marlowe - Sep 13, 99 (#69 of 529)
  • Eddie,may I suggest you read the book HITCHCOCK'S... by william Pratt - Sep 15, 99 (#70 of 529)
  • Donald Spoto has also done some wonderful stuff on... by P Marlowe - Sep 16, 99 (#71 of 529)
  • I just wanted to know if anyone here has any idea... by Tim Browne - Sep 19, 99 (#72 of 529)
  • I don't know about the DVD but in the original... by Sharon D. - Sep 28, 99 (#73 of 529)
  • Alfred Hitchcock was and still remains a genius... by Jennifer Quinn - Oct 4, 99 (#74 of 529)
  • Could someone give me information about the... by Marta Grimau - Oct 5, 99 (#75 of 529)
  • There is little doubt that Rebecca can be counted... by P Marlowe - Oct 6, 99 (#76 of 529)
  • also the birds would have to be ione of his best... by occo von januszkiewicz - Oct 8, 99 (#77 of 529)
  • occo - the problem is : Hitchcock in his feud... by P Marlowe - Oct 8, 99 (#78 of 529)
  • a question for all the hitchcock fans out... by kina jarra - Oct 9, 99 (#79 of 529)
  • kina jarra... by David Matthews - Oct 9, 99 (#80 of 529)
  • Does anyone know of any way I can link Alfred... by Janet Pasakarnis - Oct 10, 99 (#81 of 529)
  • Um, Chicago and Hitch - check out The Wrong Man ... by P Marlowe - Oct 12, 99 (#82 of 529)
  • I think "The Wrong Man" was set in New York... by David Matthews - Oct 13, 99 (#83 of 529)
  • IM NOT A BIG HITCHCOCK FAN, BUT LAST NIGHT I... by RYAN STRICK - Oct 14, 99 (#84 of 529)
  • Ryan... by David Matthews - Oct 14, 99 (#85 of 529)
  • Good observation, David... by P Marlowe - Oct 17, 99 (#86 of 529)
  • The Wrong Man - right forgot that Fonda character... by P Marlowe - Oct 17, 99 (#87 of 529)
  • Can anybody please tell me anything or everything... by Shockdee - Oct 17, 99 (#88 of 529)
  • My question has gone unanswered by everyone I... by Jill Karpik - Oct 17, 99 (#89 of 529)
  • P Marlowe Vertigo... by David Matthews - Oct 17, 99 (#90 of 529)
  • Jill Karpik... by David Matthews - Oct 17, 99 (#91 of 529)
  • Marlowe,re VERTIGO,it is also not a happy ending... by william Pratt - Oct 18, 99 (#92 of 529)
  • Jill, Re: the Birds I think the birds are... by Deb Pauley - Oct 19, 99 (#93 of 529)
  • Deb Pauley, you got it... by P Marlowe - Oct 20, 99 (#94 of 529)
  • I think that the ending of Vertigo enforces the... by E. Dobrinen - Oct 20, 99 (#95 of 529)
  • I am working on a paper concerning "Rope." Since... by Paul A. Martin - Oct 22, 99 (#96 of 529)
  • I am doing a university unit called American film... by Brooke Thomson - Oct 24, 99 (#97 of 529)
  • Brooke,I think you are looking for something that... by william Pratt - Oct 26, 99 (#98 of 529)
  • I think that Hitchcock was sometimes surprised at... by David Matthews - Oct 27, 99 (#99 of 529)
  • I am doing a report on why Hitchcock would be... by Mindy Tuner - Nov 7, 99 (#100 of 529)
  • I just watched "The Birds" and "Psycho" there is a... by April Bausman - Nov 9, 99 (#101 of 529)
  • April, Psycho has other color symbolisms, too... by Deb Pauley - Nov 11, 99 (#102 of 529)
  • Same color scheme holds true in "Shadow of a... by P Marlowe - Nov 12, 99 (#103 of 529)
  • I know a lot of people say there is a lot of... by Ranma Saotome - Nov 15, 99 (#104 of 529)
  • I agree with Ramma about the themes and... by shell gahan - Nov 16, 99 (#105 of 529)
  • Prominent themes: The Wrong Man Theme --(a... by P Marlowe - Nov 16, 99 (#106 of 529)
  • can you guys put short cuts of alfred hitchcocks... by hunter smith - Nov 24, 99 (#107 of 529)
  • I'm doing a project on alfred hitchcock, and i... by Eric Aspenson - Dec 3, 99 (#108 of 529)
  • Hitchcock filled his movies to the brim with... by cherry koshy - Dec 5, 99 (#109 of 529)
  • Why are we making such a big fuss about ... by cherry koshy - Dec 5, 99 (#110 of 529)
  • I need to interview someone that knows a lot about... by Kelly Keil - Dec 5, 99 (#111 of 529)
  • I think Hitchcock is a great person who we should... by Angela Reino - Dec 7, 99 (#112 of 529)
  • Those of you doing projects on Hitchcock for... by P Marlowe - Dec 9, 99 (#113 of 529)
  • I am doing an AP paper on Alfred Hitchcock and... by Ryan Jackson - Dec 16, 99 (#114 of 529)
  • I am doing Graduation paper on Rebacca and the... by Sachiko Matsuo - Dec 19, 99 (#115 of 529)
  • I Love ME.... by Jibbity Dippity - Jan 6, 00 (#116 of 529)
  • Jibbity,shouldn't your name be Narcissus?? by william Pratt - Jan 7, 00 (#117 of 529)
  • Sachiko - the woman (Joan Fontaine) in Rebecca and... by P Marlowe - Jan 7, 00 (#118 of 529)
  • Can someone tell me how many takes it took to... by Becky Marnell - Jan 16, 00 (#119 of 529)
  • Becky - I'm not sure how many takes it took, but I... by Diva - Jan 18, 00 (#120 of 529)
  • And the knife never touches the body double. by P Marlowe - Jan 20, 00 (#121 of 529)
  • Dear Hitchcock entusiasts: I've been looking for... by Ben Simmons - Jan 23, 00 (#122 of 529)
  • Sounds like the story on Hitchcock, but your plot... by P Marlowe - Jan 23, 00 (#123 of 529)
  • I would like to know where I could Find some... by Dana Ben Yosef - Jan 24, 00 (#124 of 529)
  • I would like to know why Hitchcock uses duality in... by Mark Wieland - Jan 24, 00 (#125 of 529)
  • would like to see the restored movie with... by a duffy - Jan 27, 00 (#126 of 529)
  • Dana Ben Yosef - there are actually several things... by P Marlowe - Jan 28, 00 (#127 of 529)
  • I would like to have more information about "the... by Ben Ghislain - Feb 11, 00 (#128 of 529)
  • Does anybody have any idea about Hitch's ... by Cherry Koshy - Feb 14, 00 (#129 of 529)
  • Which Alfred Hitchcock movies title is drawn from... by Cindy Green - Feb 14, 00 (#130 of 529)
  • Cherry Kosby, what primal fear of policemen... by P Marlowe - Feb 17, 00 (#131 of 529)
  • Hitchcock remade only one of his own movies, The... by Reedman Amanda - Feb 17, 00 (#132 of 529)
  • Marlowe,re the police,I think that on the Dick... by william Pratt - Feb 18, 00 (#133 of 529)
  • But the police were portrayed in other films very... by P Marlowe - Feb 19, 00 (#134 of 529)
  • true,Hitch was always kidding around--his remarks... by william Pratt - Feb 20, 00 (#135 of 529)
  • To be able to build an opinion about "Topaz" YOU... by Karl Fleischer - Feb 22, 00 (#136 of 529)
  • Exactly, william Pratt, it took me 20 years to... by P Marlowe - Feb 23, 00 (#137 of 529)
  • Dear P Marlowe Looks like you didn't understand... by cherry koshy - Feb 24, 00 (#138 of 529)
  • Pratt, Marlowe, Wake up!.. by cherry koshy - Feb 24, 00 (#139 of 529)
  • hey,Marlowe,i think cherry is undermining the... by william Pratt - Feb 24, 00 (#140 of 529)
  • easy there,cherry,calm down--sounds like an... by william Pratt - Feb 25, 00 (#141 of 529)
  • cherry, lighten up... by P Marlowe - Feb 25, 00 (#142 of 529)
  • Pratt, Marlowe, Guys I am sorry about the... by cherry koshy - Feb 27, 00 (#143 of 529)
  • THe best Hitchcock films... by Chuck Brandeau - Mar 3, 00 (#144 of 529)
  • agreed,Chuck,about the importance of the female... by william Pratt - Mar 3, 00 (#145 of 529)
  • Pratt, I agree with you about female leads, but... by cherry koshy - Mar 3, 00 (#146 of 529)
  • The icy ladies of Hitchcock films border on the ... by P Marlowe - Mar 4, 00 (#147 of 529)
  • On the topic of Hitch’s Leading Ladies - There is... by Chuc Brandeau - Mar 4, 00 (#148 of 529)
  • However, Hitchcock was a misogynist, in many... by cg11484 - Mar 5, 00 (#149 of 529)
  • I can see where you are coming from that Hitch's... by Chuck Brandeau - Mar 5, 00 (#150 of 529)
  • Here is a possible lead that may interest ... by Chuck Brandeau - Mar 5, 00 (#151 of 529)
  • I suppose Notorious was an incorrect example... by cg11484 - Mar 5, 00 (#152 of 529)
  • Hitch's ladies are as you say subject to a lot of... by Chuck Brandeau - Mar 6, 00 (#153 of 529)
  • Agreed--you're right: many of Hitch's women do go... by cg11484 - Mar 6, 00 (#154 of 529)
  • Hi folks - I sort of blundered into this... by Jim Cogan - Mar 7, 00 (#155 of 529)
  • Hi Jim, welcome to the discussion!.. by Chuck Brandeau - Mar 7, 00 (#156 of 529)
  • Those icy blondes of film noir (Lana Turner... by P Marlowe - Mar 7, 00 (#157 of 529)
  • Thanks for the welcome, Chuck!.. by Jim Cogan - Mar 8, 00 (#158 of 529)
  • Jim and Marlowe, thanks for your thoughts... by Chuck Brandeau - Mar 11, 00 (#159 of 529)
  • In a college paper I wrote on Hitchcock my... by P Marlowe - Mar 15, 00 (#160 of 529)
  • HI all... by steve blodgett - Mar 16, 00 (#161 of 529)
  • Steve, you've hit upon something very interesting... by P Marlowe - Mar 18, 00 (#162 of 529)
  • A few ideas on some themes of Hitch: The Oedipus... by cherry koshy - Mar 19, 00 (#163 of 529)
  • Thanks P (or is it Marlowe) for your insights... by steve b - Mar 19, 00 (#164 of 529)
  • Since I saw the new version of Hitchcock's "Topaz"... by Karl Fleischer - Mar 21, 00 (#165 of 529)
  • I'll contact you tomorow at 9 : 00 am ( Belgian... by Quentin Belgium - Mar 27, 00 (#166 of 529)
  • My opinion about "the birds": "The birds" is a... by Dardenne F - Mar 28, 00 (#167 of 529)
  • Does anyone know any Hitch films apart from The... by Jay Zombie - Mar 28, 00 (#168 of 529)
  • The Birds was one of Hitchcock's most ludicrous... by Roger Clark - Mar 29, 00 (#169 of 529)
  • Hitchcock's favorite was Shadow of a Doubt... by P Marlowe - Mar 30, 00 (#170 of 529)
  • Believe it or not, Dorothee Pire, if viewed in... by P Marlowe - Apr 7, 00 (#171 of 529)
  • I thought the ending for Rear Window was... by Lance Goodridge - Apr 10, 00 (#172 of 529)
  • Not so, Lance... by P Marlowe - Apr 15, 00 (#173 of 529)
  • I think that the best films of Alfred Hitchcock,... by Ben Schneider - Apr 20, 00 (#174 of 529)
  • Many people misunderstand Hitchcock's messages and... by Felicity Simmons - Apr 20, 00 (#175 of 529)
  • Felicity Simmons, you are very right about the... by P Marlowe - Apr 22, 00 (#176 of 529)
  • Hi folks... by Ceilypooh - Apr 22, 00 (#177 of 529)
  • Did anyone have the opportunity to see the homage... by P Marlowe - Apr 28, 00 (#178 of 529)
  • P Marlowe, I've heard that too, about his dislike... by Ceilypooh - Apr 29, 00 (#179 of 529)
  • Had the priviledge of seeing Rear Window... by Lance Goodridge - May 1, 00 (#180 of 529)
  • Can anyone else see the influence French cinema... by Chris Wharton - May 5, 00 (#181 of 529)
  • Chris Wharton With Hitchcock it is often... by P Marlowe - May 6, 00 (#182 of 529)
  • I don't suppose anyone could help me with a... by Daniel Grant - May 7, 00 (#183 of 529)
  • Daniel Grant - physically threatening ... by P Marlowe - May 7, 00 (#184 of 529)
  • Dear Hitch fans, Does anybody know when any more... by Ian Bircumshaw - May 30, 00 (#185 of 529)
  • Hi!.. by Dorothy&Meredith - Jun 8, 00 (#186 of 529)
  • Since I love so many of Hitchcock's films,I... by william Pratt - Jun 11, 00 (#187 of 529)
  • However, william pratt, she never says an unkind... by P Marlowe - Jun 12, 00 (#188 of 529)
  • The Ring 1927... by mikhail p - Jun 12, 00 (#189 of 529)
  • AMC has been running Hitchcock all weekend... by P Marlowe - Jun 18, 00 (#190 of 529)
  • AMC just showed a two-hour special called Dial H... by william Pratt - Jun 18, 00 (#191 of 529)
  • I did not see the end of Marne and cannot find out... by Diane Herrlett - Jun 19, 00 (#192 of 529)
  • AMC's Hitchcock extravaganza continues--saw THE... by william Pratt - Jun 20, 00 (#193 of 529)
  • I saw ten Hitchcock films on AMC this weekend... by Mario Pineda - Jun 21, 00 (#194 of 529)
  • hi all of you hitch fans!.. by Il'ic Testoni - Jun 21, 00 (#195 of 529)
  • Il'ic - may I recommend a much better book on... by P Marlowe - Jun 26, 00 (#196 of 529)
  • I loved the all-Hitch weekend on AMC, Did anybody... by gregory brown - Jun 30, 00 (#197 of 529)
  • Could anyone tell me if any of Alfred Hitchcock's... by Carol Seymour - Jul 5, 00 (#198 of 529)
  • Carol, we have some Hitchcock radio dramas... by Fran Hinkel - Jul 6, 00 (#199 of 529)
  • Spoto's Dark Side Of Genious provides a terrific... by Flavio Sousa - Jul 16, 00 (#200 of 529)
  • watched the thing on amc with the film ... by daniel morris - Jul 16, 00 (#201 of 529)
  • I'm french but I'm going to try to write this... by Sophie Girieud - Jul 18, 00 (#202 of 529)
  • Actually, Sophie, they showed that clip recently... by P Marlowe - Jul 23, 00 (#203 of 529)
  • Attention all you Hitchcock fans in the DC... by Megan Ritter - Jul 24, 00 (#204 of 529)
  • Is there a red fiat in "To catch a thief"? by Darcie - Aug 3, 00 (#205 of 529)
  • I have a question regarding, I think, one of... by L Boelter - Aug 7, 00 (#206 of 529)
  • I think Hitchcock is a genius... by William Rodriguez - Aug 8, 00 (#207 of 529)
  • Hello: A life-long Hitchcock buff here... by eric carleson - Aug 8, 00 (#208 of 529)
  • Thought this might be interesting... by freddy birdy - Aug 18, 00 (#209 of 529)
  • freddy birdy - Just about every film that Brian... by P Marlowe - Aug 18, 00 (#210 of 529)
  • I agree,Marlowe--one minor note,tho--the Statue of... by william Pratt - Aug 21, 00 (#211 of 529)
  • oops,that's spelled SABOTAGE! by william Pratt - Aug 22, 00 (#212 of 529)
  • william, did you know there is also a hitchcock... by cantconform - Aug 24, 00 (#213 of 529)
  • no,but I see in my movie guide book it was made in... by william Pratt - Aug 25, 00 (#214 of 529)
  • My esteemed and georgeous friend is looking for... by Texas Lindner - Sep 5, 00 (#215 of 529)
  • Help us figure out if this is a Hitchcock movie or... by hunter gardener - Sep 9, 00 (#216 of 529)
  • A much discussed episode of Alfred Hitchcock about... by P Marlowe - Sep 10, 00 (#217 of 529)
  • Can anyone out there tell me if Dial M for Murder... by Ryan c - Sep 24, 00 (#218 of 529)
  • Actually, Dial M for Murder was shot in 3-D and... by P Marlowe - Sep 29, 00 (#219 of 529)
  • I must ask...is there any kind of a fire/smoking... by Melissa Funke - Nov 2, 00 (#220 of 529)
  • I am trying to remember the name of a show where... by John Kirby - Nov 5, 00 (#221 of 529)
  • need to know if there is any reference in any of... by kevin mcglinn - Nov 7, 00 (#222 of 529)
  • I'm doing an essay on why Hitch made his "bad... by Linda Roberts - Nov 25, 00 (#223 of 529)
  • I am looking for the name of a Hitchcock film... by Jenifer Jen - Nov 27, 00 (#224 of 529)
  • I believe the film the last post is asking about... by John Bartlett - Dec 14, 00 (#225 of 529)
  • I want to know when did the psycho drama begin in... by Tarek Oraby - Jan 6, 01 (#226 of 529)
  • I saw a Hitchcock about a man who keeps having... by Puppy Hucker X - Jan 7, 01 (#227 of 529)
  • Puppyhucker, I believe the film you remember is... by John Bartlett - Jan 8, 01 (#228 of 529)
  • Rear Window has to be the best Hitchcock movie of... by Mel Bass - Jan 8, 01 (#229 of 529)
  • Over the course of Hitchcock's career, his films... by elaine kearley - Jan 10, 01 (#230 of 529)
  • In reply to Jenifer Jen, the hitchcock film in... by Rebecca Ryan - Jan 10, 01 (#231 of 529)
  • I was wondering if anyone knows of the name of the... by Josh Tinay - Jan 16, 01 (#232 of 529)
  • If anyone is interested and lives in Los Angeles,... by Estelle Corner - Jan 17, 01 (#233 of 529)
  • Josh Tinay - I believe you are speaking about the... by P Marlowe - Jan 20, 01 (#234 of 529)
  • Estelle, I live in the SF Bay Area and would be... by P Marlowe - Jan 20, 01 (#235 of 529)
  • was wondering if anyone can help me about... by Kostas Kinigopoulos - Feb 1, 01 (#236 of 529)
  • Kostas, in actuality the scene at the stable is... by P Marlowe - Feb 3, 01 (#237 of 529)
  • my collection of the Master's works will not be... by erdin ari - Feb 4, 01 (#238 of 529)
  • Please, please, please, why does almost everyone... by Mr. D. - Feb 9, 01 (#239 of 529)
  • I'm currently doing an assignment about 3 of AH"s... by Kirsten07 - Feb 17, 01 (#240 of 529)
  • What's your favorite Hitchcock movie ever?.. by horseluvver - Feb 19, 01 (#241 of 529)
  • I feel that Hitchcock's greatest work is Psycho,... by Charles J. Dickens - Feb 20, 01 (#242 of 529)
  • Hello... by Keith Struzzieri - Feb 22, 01 (#243 of 529)
  • I dont understand why no one says anything about... by Alex McMahon - Feb 25, 01 (#244 of 529)
  • my favorites are SHADOW OF A DOUBT and STRANGERS... by william Pratt - Feb 25, 01 (#245 of 529)
  • Listen I'll be brief...I'm writing about alfred... by Kirsten07 - Feb 25, 01 (#246 of 529)
  • kristen07 - the term auteur when applied to film... by P Marlowe - Feb 27, 01 (#247 of 529)
  • I am doing a report on him and he is a very... by Matt Gnidovec - Mar 15, 01 (#248 of 529)
  • Matt - you should definitely read Donald Spoto's... by P Marlowe - Mar 17, 01 (#249 of 529)
  • don't know if anybody saw this--the actress who... by william Pratt - Mar 18, 01 (#250 of 529)
  • My father and I are having a debate about THE... by Brandon Perkins - Mar 23, 01 (#251 of 529)
  • deriving threads from the innermost strings of... by shankar - Mar 27, 01 (#252 of 529)
  • Brandon,THE BIRDS was never released in... by william Pratt - Mar 29, 01 (#253 of 529)
  • It was always in glorious Technicolor. by P Marlowe - Mar 31, 01 (#254 of 529)
  • hey, i am doing my course work on alfred... by Peep Oh - Apr 10, 01 (#255 of 529)
  • I'd also like to learn about Hitchcock's theories,... by Irene Mickaiel - Apr 12, 01 (#256 of 529)
  • Techniques???.. by P Marlowe - Apr 13, 01 (#257 of 529)
  • Hello, first-time poster here... by Anne Hanes - Apr 14, 01 (#258 of 529)
  • Two ways in which the story "Rear Window" has been... by Jesica Ireland - Apr 17, 01 (#259 of 529)
  • Hey there everyone, I am doing a report on "The... by Laura Anders - Apr 19, 01 (#260 of 529)
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  • Jamie - 'Midnight Lace' has some qualities of a... by P Marlowe - Apr 30, 01 (#264 of 529)
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  • please help me, I think I saw Alfred Hitchcock in... by mickey thallow - May 24, 01 (#270 of 529)
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  • I'm not kidding, I saw the man talking to a women... by Micky Thallow - May 26, 01 (#272 of 529)
  • Does anyone know how many films Hitchcock's... by ringleta ringleta - May 27, 01 (#273 of 529)
  • dose anyone have info on 'the birds'???.. by gracie costmeyer - May 30, 01 (#274 of 529)
  • would anyone have any info on comparing any two... by Sean Brown - Jun 2, 01 (#275 of 529)
  • Does anyone know how long it took to make the film... by Chris Bengert - Jun 3, 01 (#276 of 529)
  • I am currently studying homosexuality in horror... by Jonny Mascall - Jun 7, 01 (#277 of 529)
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  • Pat Hitchcock - How many films did she appear in... by ringleta ringleta - Jul 4, 01 (#282 of 529)
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  • I just finished watching "Suspicion." I thought... by Marie Port - Jul 7, 01 (#284 of 529)
  • Hello everyone... by Peter Creed - Jul 9, 01 (#285 of 529)
  • Peter Creed: Suffice it to say that if you treat... by P Marlowe - Jul 10, 01 (#286 of 529)
  • Pat Hitchcock also appeared as "Chubby Bannister"... by Tony Williams - Jul 20, 01 (#287 of 529)
  • Sign this petition to get Alfred Hitchcock's DIAL... by Tony Delgado - Jul 25, 01 (#288 of 529)
  • Marie Port Regarding the ending of... by David Matthews - Jul 30, 01 (#289 of 529)
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  • David,agreed and that is why the film is not that... by william Pratt - Aug 9, 01 (#291 of 529)
  • You know with every Hitchcock film there is one... by ringleta ringleta - Aug 20, 01 (#292 of 529)
  • Alfred Hitchcock's greatest film is STRANGERS ON A... by KARIM JONES - Aug 26, 01 (#293 of 529)
  • Of course, the idea of swapping murders was... by Rik Shepherd - Aug 26, 01 (#294 of 529)
  • Karim Jones,I wholeheartedly agree--I have always... by william Pratt - Aug 27, 01 (#295 of 529)
  • Once of Hitchcock's favorite themes was the wrong... by P Marlowe - Aug 31, 01 (#296 of 529)
  • does anyone know who hitchcock originally wanted... by erin9 - Sep 8, 01 (#297 of 529)
  • erin, Vera Miles was Hitchcock's pick to play... by ringleta ringleta - Sep 9, 01 (#298 of 529)
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  • Would totally agree there, ringleta... by P Marlowe - Sep 13, 01 (#300 of 529)

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