Alfred Hitchcock

Highest Rated:
100% North by Northwest (1959)
Lowest Rated:
17% The Skin Game (1931)
Birthday:
Aug 13
Birthplace:
Leytonstone, London, England, UK
Bio:
Alfred Hitchcock was the most well-known director to the general public, by virtue of both his many thrillers and his appearances on television in his own series from the mid-'50s through the early '60s. Probably more than any other filmmaker, his name evokes instant expectations on the part of…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Night Will Fall
  • Actor
-- 2014
Alfred Hitchcock: Master of Suspense
  • Actor
-- 2013
The White Shadow (White Shadows)
  • Screenwriter
-- 2011
Bon Voyage
  • Director
-- 2006
93% Le Fantôme d'Henri Langlois (Henri Langlois: The Phantom of the Cinematheque)
  • Actor
-- 2004
Cinema, de notre temps: Mosso Mosso
  • Actor
-- 1997
A Talk with Hitchcock
  • Actor
-- 1994
Vintage Hitchcock
  • Actor
-- 1989
A.F.I. Life Achievement Awards - Jimmy Stewart
  • Actor
-- 1980
A.F.I. Life Achievement Awards - Alfred Hitchcock
  • Actor
-- 1979
95% Family Plot
  • Director
-- 1976
Alfred Hitchcock
  • Actor
-- 1972
87% Frenzy
  • Director
  • Producer
-- 1972
72% Topaz
  • Producer
  • Director
-- 1969
65% Torn Curtain
  • Director
-- 1966
81% Marnie
  • Director
-- 1964
96% The Birds
  • Director
  • Producer
-- 1963
96% Psycho
  • Producer
  • Director
-- 1960
100% North by Northwest
  • Director
  • Producer
-- 1959
98% Vertigo
  • Producer
  • Director
-- 1958
89% The Wrong Man
  • Producer
  • Director
-- 1957
91% The Man Who Knew Too Much
  • Director
-- 1956
90% The Trouble With Harry
  • Director
-- 1955
95% To Catch a Thief
  • Director
-- 1955
88% Dial M for Murder
  • Director
  • Producer
-- 1954
100% Rear Window
  • Director
  • Producer
-- 1954
83% I Confess
  • Director
  • Producer
-- 1952
98% Strangers on a Train
  • Director
  • Producer
-- 1951
89% Stage Fright
  • Director
-- 1950
58% Under Capricorn
  • Director
-- 1949
27% Juno and the Paycock
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
-- 1949
75% The Paradine Case
  • Man Carrying a Cello
  • Director
-- 1948
97% Rope
  • Director
-- 1948
97% Notorious
  • Director
-- 1946
85% Spellbound
  • Director
-- 1945
95% Lifeboat
  • Director
-- 1944
Bon Voyage & Aventure Malgache
  • Director
-- 1944
100% Shadow of a Doubt
  • Director
-- 1943
80% Saboteur
  • Director
-- 1942
100% Suspicion
  • Director
  • Actor
  • Producer
-- 1941
63% Mr. & Mrs. Smith
  • Director
-- 1941
94% Foreign Correspondent
  • Director
-- 1940
100% Rebecca
  • Director
-- 1940
44% Jamaica Inn
  • Director
-- 1939
100% Young and Innocent
  • Director
-- 1938
98% The Lady Vanishes
  • Director
  • Actor
-- 1938
100% Sabotage
  • Director
-- 1937
100% Secret Agent
  • Director
-- 1936
89% The Man Who Knew Too Much
  • Director
-- 1935
98% The 39 Steps
  • Director
-- 1935
Waltzes from Vienna (Strauss' Great Waltz)
  • Director
-- 1933
50% Number Seventeen (Number 17)
  • Director
-- 1932
70% Rich and Strange
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
-- 1931
17% The Skin Game
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
-- 1931
93% Murder!
  • Screenwriter
  • Director
-- 1930
Alfred Hitchcock: More Than Just a Profile
  • Actor
  • Director
-- 1930
Mary
  • Director
-- 1930
90% The Manxman
  • Director
-- 1929
90% Blackmail
  • Director
  • Actor
-- 1929
67% Champagne
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
-- 1928
95% The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog
  • Director
  • Actor
-- 1928
89% The Farmer's Wife
  • Director
-- 1928
100% The Ring
  • Director
-- 1927
Downhill (When Boys Leave Home)
  • Director
-- 1927
67% Easy Virtue
  • Director
-- 1927
The Mountain Eagle (Fear o' God)
  • Director
-- 1926
The Pleasure Garden
  • Director
-- 1925

Alfred Hitchcock Trivia

Hitchcock often played practical jokes on set. Once he had a special chair designed, which was built in such a way as to collapse in pieces when it was occupied. Fortunately the actor discovered this trick at the last moment, avoiding a humiliating fall from grace.
- submitted by roger t (3 years ago)
Hitchcock's second full-length feature film, THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE (1927), is a lost film. Even after over eighty years of searching for the tape, it has not been found.
- submitted by Alexander D (3 years ago)

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