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marc t asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

how many movies did alfred hitchcock make?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The Lodger (1926 - Silent)

    Starring: Ivor Novello and Marie Ault

    Taut thriller of a lodger accused of murder by a jealous detective.

    The Ring (1927 - Silent)

    Starring: Carl Brisson and Ian Hunter

    Jealous lovers and an angry prizefighter combine in this suspenseful film.

    Easy Virtue (1927 - Silent)

    Starring: Isabel Jeans and Ian Hunter

    Drama of a woman torn between her alcoholic husband and suicidal lover.

    Champagne (1928 - Silent)

    Starring: Betty Balfour and Gordon Harker

    Gorgeous cinematography and classic story of a rich father trying to teach his daughter an important lesson make this a must-see for many Hitchcock fans.

    The Farmer's Wife (1928 - Silent)

    Starring: Jameson Thomas and Lillian Hall-Davies

    A farmer, his wife, and the housekeeper in a classic romantic triangle.

    Manxman (1929)

    Starring: Carl Brisson and Anny Ondra

    Timeless story of love and betrayal on the Isle of Man.

    Blackmail (1929)

    Starring: Anny Ondra and John Longden

    First British sound picture features tale of a blackmailed Scotland Yard inspector.

    Juno and the Paycock (1930)

    Starring: Sara Allgood and Edward Chapman

    Adaptation of Sean O'Casey's seriocomic play of life in Dublin slums.

    Murder! (1930)

    Starring: Herbert Marshall and Nora Baring

    When a lone juror believes the defendant in a murder trial is innocent, he's determined to find the real killer himself.

    Skin Game (1931)

    Starring: Edmund Gwenn and Jill Esmond

    Two families-- one wealthy, one poor-- battle over land in this saga.

    Rich and Strange (1932)

    Starring: Henry Kendall and Joan Barry

    A leisurely trip around the world for a wealthy couple is interrupted by a shipwreck.

    Number 17 (1932)

    Starring: Leon M. Lion and Anne Grey

    This comic thriller follows the escapades of a luckless hobo who happens on a thief's hidden fortune.

    The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)

    Starring: Leslie Banks and Edna Best

    Political adventure-thriller of an American couple caught in an assassination plot later remade by Hitchcock himself.

    The 39 Steps (1935)

    Starring: Madeleine Carroll and Robert Donat

    Spies, murder and mistaken identity combine in this espionage thriller.

    Secret Agent (1936)

    Starring: Madeleine Carroll and John Gielgud

    Tension-filled thriller explores spies in the English countryside.

    Sabotage (1936)

    Starring: Sylvia Sidney and Oscar Homolka

    This comic thriller features a theater cashier who suspects her husband is a terrorist.

    Young and Innocent (1937)

    Starring: Derrick DeMarney and Nova Pilbeam

    A man accused of an actress' murder is aided by a young woman in clearing his name.

    The Lady Vanishes (1938)

    Starring: Margaret Lockwood and Michael Redgrave

    A woman is drawn into a web of intrigue when her companion on a train disappears.

    Jamaica Inn (1939)

    Starring: Charles Laughton and Maureen O'Hara

    Suspenseful melodrama focuses on daring orphan who uncovers smugglers' ring.

    Rebecca (1940)

    Starring: Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine

    Adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier's famous novel of a couple tormented by the presence of the husband's dead wife.

    Foreign Correspondent (1940)

    Starring: Joel McCrea and Laraine Day

    An unsuspecting crime reporter gets swept up in an international espionage conspiracy in this fast-paced adventure.

    Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)

    Starring: Carole Lombard and Robert Montgomery

    Hilarious screwball comedy about the merry mishaps that befall a couple after they discover they weren't legally married.

    Suspicion (1941)

    Starring: Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine

    Subtle suspense and fine-drawn tension in this mystery of a wealthy woman who suspects her playboy husband wants to murder her.

    Saboteur (1942)

    Starring: Priscilla Lane and Robert Cummings

    False accusations of murder and sabotage leads to some surprising consequences in this chilling film.

    Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

    Starring: Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright

    Woman suspects her loving uncle of murder. Hitchcock's own personal favorite.

    Bon Voyage & Aventure Malgache (1944)

    Starring: John Blythe

    Directed by Hitchcock for the war effort in Britain during WWII, this pair of short films details a British pilot behind enemy lines.

    Lifeboat (1944)

    Starring: Tallulah Bankhead and William Bendix

    Psychological thriller about survivors trapped on a lifeboat with limited supplies. Features nail biting suspense and fine performances.

    Spellbound (1945)

    Starring: Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck

    An amnesiac impersonating a famous psychologist. The doctor who wants to save him-- even if he is guilty of murder.

    Notorious (1946)

    Starring: Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman

    A classic tale of love and betrayal-- an FBI agent must send the woman he

    loves to seduce a Nazi conspirator.

    The Paradine Case (1947)

    Starring: Gregory Peck and Alida Valli

    Courtroom melodrama about a lawyer who falls for his client.

    Rope (1948)

    Starring: James Stewart and Farley Granger

    Compelling tale of murder between friends, famed for its basis on Leopold & Loeb case and experimental cinematography.

    Under Capricorn (1949)

    Starring: Ingrid Bergman and Joseph Cotten

    Period drama details saga of an English lady who falls in love with her cousin.

    Stage Fright (1950)

    Starring: Jane Wyman and Marlene Dietrich

    Drama student accused of murder must battle to prove her own innocence.

    Strangers on a Train (1951)

    Starring: Farley Granger and Ruth Roman

    A must-see classic, this tale of strangers who take on each other's murders builds to a nail-biting climax.

    I Confess (1953)

    Starring: Montgomery Clift and Anne Baxter

    Thoughtful character study of a priest who hears a murderer's confession-- only to fall under suspicion himself.

    Dial M for Murder (1954)

    Starring: Ray Milland and Grace Kelly

    An heiress and her husband's oh-so-perfect plot to kill her make up this taut thriller.

    Rear Window (1954)

    Starring: James Stewart and Grace Kelly

    One of the Master's finest-- a photographer laid up with a broken leg finds himself caught up in his neighbors' lives-- and one of their murders.

    To Catch a Thief (1955)

    Starring: Grace Kelly and Cary Grant

    Romance and intrigue combine in a seaside resort when a reformed jewel thief is suspected of a rash of burglaries.

    The Trouble with Harry (1955)

    Starring: Edmund Gwenn and John Forsythe

    In this black comedy, a small town has a big problem-- a body that won't stay put.

    The Wrong Man (1956)

    Starring: Henry Fonda and Vera Miles

    It's noir à la Hitchcock in this stark, gritty tale of a wrongly-accused jazz musician.

    The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

    Starring: James Stewart and Doris Day

    Hitchcock's edge-of-your-seat remake of his own 1934 movie involves Americans caught up in an assassination plot.

    Vertigo by Alfred Hitchcock (1958)

    Starring: James Stewart and Kim Novak

    Considered Hitchcock's masterpiece-- caught in a never-ending spiral of deception and obsession, a private detective must discover the truth behind the death of the woman he loved.

    North by Northwest (1959)

    Starring: Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint

    Heart-stopping suspense abound in this tale of an innocent man mistaken for a notorious spy.

    Psycho by Alfred Hitchcock (1960)

    Starring: Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh

    The seminal horror film of a young man tormented by his past-- and his mother.

    The Birds (1963)

    Starring: Rod Taylor and Tippi Hedren

    Terror strikes out of nowhere when birds begin mysteriously attacking anyone and anything in their way.

    Marnie (1964)

    Starring: Sean Connery and Tippi Hedren

    A beautiful kleptomaniac and the man who loves her clash in this psychological thriller.

    Torn Curtain (1966)

    Starring: Paul Newman and Julie Andrews

    Bewildering his wife, friends, and colleagues, an American physicist defects-- or does he?

    Topaz (1969)

    Starring: John Forsythe and Frederick Stafford

    Danger and intrigue abound in this complex espionage thriller.

    Frenzy (1972)

    Starring: Jon Finch and Barry Foster

    The Master at his most shocking in this black comedy about a series of strangulations.

    Family Plot (1976)

    Starring: Karen Black and Bruce Dern

    A phony psychic faces off with a jewel thief in this thriller/comedy.

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  • somewhere around 30 or 40

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    1 decade ago
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    im not exactly sure how many but i know that he made a lot.. ♥♥♥

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  • 1 decade ago

    He made a slew! (that's a lot). Let's see: "Marnie", "The Birds", "Psycho", "North by Northwest", "Frantic", "Vertigo", many others...

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  • 1 decade ago

    he made alots and lots, i do not no how many but, lots.

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