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Alfred Hitchcock
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Birth Name: Alfred Joseph Hitchcock

Born: 13 August 1899 Died: 29 April 1980

Country of origin: United Kingdom

Height: 5' 7"

Relationship Status: Married

Partner: Alma Reville


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Alfred Hitchcock Videos

Hitchcock's Definition of Happiness

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Alfred Hitchcock - Interview (1965) 1/2

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Hitchcock Demonstrates Montage

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Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, KBE was an English film director and producer. He pioneered many techniques in the suspense and psychological thriller genres.
Tags: Director (31), British (17), Male (10), Suspense (8), Died 1980 (7), Born 1899 (7), Psycho (7), Cameos (6), Actor (6), Legend (6), Rear Window (6), Writer (5), Producer (5), Thriller (4), North By Northwest (4), Editor (3), Pompous (3), The Lady Vanishes (3), The Best Director Ever (3), English (3)
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Movies directed by

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1. Psycho (1960)
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8.3
3049 Watched
2. The Birds (1963)
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7.5
2174 Watched
3. Vertigo (1958)
Rating:
8.3
1947 Watched
4. Rear Window (1954)
Rating:
8.5
2007 Watched
Rating:
8.3
1334 Watched




Movies

Most popular
Top rated
Most recent
1. Psycho (1960)
Rating:
8.3
3049 Watched
2. The Birds (1963)
Rating:
7.5
2174 Watched
3. Vertigo (1958)
Rating:
8.3
1947 Watched
4. Rear Window (1954)
Rating:
8.5
2007 Watched
Rating:
8.3
1334 Watched




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1. Notorious (1946)
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7.9
695 Watched
2. Saboteur (1942)
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7.1
247 Watched
3. Lifeboat (1944)
Rating:
7.5
219 Watched
4. Blackmail (1929)
Rating:
7
117 Watched
5. The Lodger (1927)
Rating:
7.3
111 Watched




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3. Today (1952)
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4. Biography (1987)
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3. Frontline (1983)
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5. Startime (1959)
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1. Lifepod (1993)
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Oscars 1959 Winners (My Version) (23 movies items)

"Best Director! Winner: Alfred Hitchcock, Vertigo! Nominees: Richard Brooks - Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Stanley Kramer - The Defiant Ones Mark Robson - The Inn of the Sixth Happiness Robert Wise - I Want to Live!"


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Gone, but not forgotten (424 person items)
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Oscars 1961 Winners (My Version) (25 movies items)

"Best Director! Winner: Alfred Hitchcock, Psycho! Nominees: Billy Wilder - The Apartment Jules Dassin - Never on Sunday Jack Cardiff - Sons and Lovers Fred Zinnemann - The Sundowners"


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" "He had a great career", says Hilton Green, "he was a genius of a director, he was not in the in crowd because he didn't go to parties, and I felt he was more of an introvert." From Huffingtonpost.com"


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Directors' Favorite Actors/Actresses (79 person items)

"Jimmy Stewart - Rope - Rear Window - The Man Who Knew Too Much - Vertigo Cary Grant - Suspicion - Notorious - To Catch a Thief - North by Northwest Ingrid Bergman - Spellbound - Notorious - Under Capricorn Grace Kelly - Dial M for Murder - Rear Window - To Catch a Thief Alfred Hitchcock CAMEO in EVERY film Hitchcock with Stewart and Kelly"


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Phobias among Celebrities (52 person items)

"Alfred had Ovaphobia, which is a fear of eggs. Alfred stated, "I'm frightened of eggs. That white round thing without any holes, have you ever seen anything more revolting than an egg yolk breaking and spilling its yellow liquid?""


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Favorite Directors (25 person items)
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So brilliant..... yet Oscraless (24 person items)

"Not giving him an Oscar, while he was still breathing and creating some of the greatest movies of all times, was, in my opinion, the greatest and most unforgivable mistake in history of Oscar. That man was so amazing, one of the best, and to me the best filmmaker of all times, and I just can't believe that no movie he ever made couldn't get him the well deserved Oscar for best director. 1941:Nominated for Best Director, "Rebecca";lost to John Ford, "The Grapes Of Wrath" 1945:Nominated for Best"


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100 Great Britons: A Personal Selection (100 person items)

"Film director"


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Directors and composers who work together (63 person items)

" Alfred Hitchcock / Bernard Herrmann The Trouble with Harry (1955) The Wrong Man (1956) The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) Vertigo (1958) North by Northwest (1959) Psycho (1960) The Birds (1963) - Herrmann was credited as sound consultant. The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962–1965) Marnie (1965) "


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Me and My Shadow (15 person items)
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10 A-List Directors And The Projects They Never Go (10 person items)

" Alfred Hitchcock’s debut in American cinema could have been oh so different. Having wowed Hollywood from afar with his British cinematic exploits, Hitchcock decided to make the trek across the Atlantic. When he arrived, his first planned picture was supposed to be a drama about the sinking of the Titanic, which would be produced by David O. Selznick. It was even reported that the movie heavyweight planned to buy the SS Leviathan and sink it for production. Despite the fact that Selznick and "


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Rest In Peace (94 person items)

" Alfred Joseph Hitchcock Died 29 April 1980 (aged 80). Cause of death: renal failure"


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My favorite film of my favorite directors (215 person items)

" Vertigo (1958) "


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The Golden Age of Hollywood (260 person items)

" Psycho (1960) Vertigo (1958) Rear Window (1954) "



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