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October 2, 1955

A television anthology series hosted by Alfred Hitchcock featuring dramas, thrillers, and mysteries.

September 20, 1962

A continuation of the dramatic anthology series “Alfred Hitchcock Presents”, hosted by the master of suspense and mystery.

The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents is an American anthology series that aired on NBC from 1985 to 1986, and on the USA Network from 1987 to 1989. The series is an updated re-imagining of the classic 1955 series Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

An interview with Alfred Hitchcock around the time of Frenzy (1972) provides a useful overview of his career. The first part of the interview is conducted by Pia Lindström, the daughter of Ingrid Bergman.

May 2, 2021

Interviews and archival footage weave together to tell the story of the Master of Suspense, one of the most influential and studied filmmakers in the history of cinema.

Written and directed by Hitchcock historian Noël Simsolo, this 2004 French television documentary explores the earliest years of Alfred Hitchcock's film career, beginning with his success in the production of The Lodger (1926) and following the filmmaker through his transition to sound films and his early thrillers.

November 11, 2001

Remake of Rope

This is a wonderful and revealing film about famed horror and suspense director Alfred Hitchcock. You'll see behind-the-scenes of some of his most famous films including Psycho, Rear Window, Dial M for Murder, Vertigo and many more! Containing interviews, unique production shorts, trailers, film clips, news segments, and more, this collection offers a rare look into the life and times of this man who became a Hollywood legend and the undisputed Master of Suspense!

A compilation of original footage from a program made for British television in which producer and broadcaster Mike Scott interviewed Alfred Hitchcock. During the interview, the director discuses his 'German experience', the state of the film industry at the time when he was gaining recognition, the construction and themes of some of his early films, etc. The interview was conducted in 1966.

No one comes close to the undisputed master of the macabre and suspense as Alfred Hitchcock. The rotund figure of the smiling, unassuming Englishman is as recognizable as his work, thanks in part to his wonderful cameo appearances and to having crafted such classics like Psycho, The Birds, Rear Window, and Dial M For Murder. Hitchcock is a name that no one will soon forget. There is, however, another incredible story to be told here - that of the great director Alfred Hitchcock himself.

Legendary French film director and Nouvelle Vague co-founder Claude Chabrol takes us back to the mid-fifties, when he and then-fellow film critic François Truffaut met and interviewed Alfred Hitchcock under hilarious circumstances. Chabrol then describes how he went on to write, with Eric Rohmer, the first book on Hitchcock, and even served as a consultant when Hitch came to Paris to direct his film TOPAZ. Several key scenes from Hitchcock movies, with a special emphasis on UNDER CAPRICORN, are discussed and dissected.

'Making of' featurette about director Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece classic Lifeboat (1944). Narrated by the director's daughter and granddaughter, a Hitchcock scholar and a John Steinbeck specialist.

Documentary on Alfred Hitchcock and early spy and espionage films.

Excerpted parts of interviews conducted by Pia Lindstrom (daughter of Hitchcock actress Ingrid Bergman) and William Everson for a 2 Part episode of the TV series Camera Three called The Illustrated Hitchcock. Subjects include working with actors, acting styles, techniques of suspense, casting choices and the making of various films

A look at Alfred Hitchcock's films. The Master of Suspense himself, who is interviewed extensively here, shares stories including his deep-seated fear of policemen, elaborates on the difference between shock and suspense, defines the meaning of "MacGuffin," and discusses his use of storyboarding in designing a film. Clips from many of his greatest films (including "North by Northwest", "Shadow of a Doubt", "The Birds", and the legendary shower scene from "Psycho") illustrate his points, often to Hitchcock's own voice-over observations, with narrator Cliff Robertson offering other critical insights.

September 5, 2022

Directed by Mark Cousins, My Name is Alfred Hitchcock re-examines the vast filmography and legacy of one of the 20th century’s greatest filmmakers, Alfred Hitchcock, through a new lens: through the auteur’s own voice.

A Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock . Features interviews with Hitchcock's daughter and granddaughter, plus Sylvette Baudrot about what the director was like off the set. Family anecdotes and the type of humor Hitch had as well as his favorite pastimes are discussed. Both the daughter and granddaughter describe visiting the the locations of To Catch A Thief as children during filming.

Paul Merton looks at the British films of Alfred Hitchcock, the silent films and the early sound films.

September 4, 2022

A short Universal promo regarding the works of Alfred Hitchcock.

A short documentary featuring Donald Spoto about the making of Alfred Hitchcock's 'Jamaica Inn'.

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