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Blackmail

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Hitchcock’s last silent film, generally hailed as the finest British film of the decade, was quickly refashioned into his first

Champagne

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

CHAMPAGNE stars the bubbly Betty Balfour as a frivolous flapper whose millionaire father looks to teach her a lesson in

Dial M for Murder

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

A fading tennis pro (Ray Milland), fearing he is losing his wife (Grace Kelly)—and most of all her money—to another

Downhill

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

“DOWNHILL mixes cynical humor with sexual horror as it tracks star rugby player Roddy’s descent from upstanding British schoolboy to

Downhill

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

“DOWNHILL mixes cynical humor with sexual horror as it tracks star rugby player Roddy’s descent from upstanding British schoolboy to

Easy Virtue

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

The tyrannies of polite British society come under scrutiny in this adaptation of Noël Coward’s stage hit of the same

Easy Virtue

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Hitch’s “wrong man” theme finds early expression in this tale of a young woman divorced by her husband after being

North by Northwest

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant), trying to prove he’s not who they think he is, encounters people who are not

Notorious

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

In this Hitchcock classic, a never-more-gorgeous Ingrid Bergman plays Alicia Huberman, the daughter of a well-known Nazi, reluctantly enlisted by

Psycho

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

“Phoenix, $40,000, car lot, traffic cop, Bates Motel, taxidermy, keyhole, shower, knife: every cinephile has committed these details to memory,

Rear Window

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

One of the most famous procedural thrillers in film history and routinely voted amongst the greatest films ever produced, Rear

Rope

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

The first Technicolor film of Hitchcock’s career (to be followed by such masterpieces as Vertigo and North by Northwest), Rope

Strangers on a Train

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Tennis pro Guy Haines is in a bad marriage when he’s approached by a perfect stranger, Bruno (Robert Walker), who

The Farmer’s Wife

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

“Alfred Hitchcock was worried that the stage roots of THE FARMER’S WIFE…might show through in his film adaptation. It was

The Lodger

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Hitchcock called his third feature “the first true Hitchcock movie.” His first foray into the thriller genre, THE LODGER introduced

The Manxman

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

In a remote fishing village on the Isle of Man, two boyhood friends—one a lawyer, the other a fisherman—are torn

The Pleasure Garden

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Hitchcock’s first film, shot in Germany and on location in Italy at Lake Como, is set in the world of

The Ring

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

“THE RING fascinates because it is not a suspense film and yet experiments with the tropes through which Hitchcock created

Vertigo

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Topping Sight & Sound’s most recent critics’ poll of the 50 greatest films of all time, this 1958 psychological thriller