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These are links to some of the best websites on the work of Alfred Hitchcock.

Alfred Hitchcock - Entry at IMDB. Alfred Hitchcock - Entry at Wikipedia.

The Films of Alfred Hitchcock - The meat of this site consists of sections devoted to nine of Hitchcock's greatest films. Plus links to essays, posters, and other information.

The Definitive Alfred Hitchcock Resource - This website is dedicated to the career of Alfred Hitchcock, one of the best-known and most influential film directors in the long history of the medium.

The Master of Suspense - His brilliance was sometimes too bright: He was hated as well as loved, oversimplified as well as over analyzed. Eccentric, demanding, inventive and impassioned.

Hitchcock Online - Tons of facts about one of film's greatests! His ingenious technical style combined with his charming wit is what made him one of the most influential directors of all time.

Hitchcock: The British Years - A guide to the early films of Sir Alfred Hitchcock.

Hitchcock Online - This site is a little confusing but good.

Advertising Hitch - Dedicated to cinema posters from all the movies of Alfred Hitchcock. This paghe began in June 1998 and has been updated on a regular monthly basis as and when new images to accompany the movies are sourced and become available.

Hitchcock Forum - A forum on Alfred Hitchcock runs through the 27th on Film Wurld.

Introducing Hitchcock - He was known to his audiences as the 'Master of Suspense' and what Hitchcock mastered was not only the art of making films but also the task of taming his own raging imagination. Director of such works as Vertigo, Psycho, The Birds and The 39 steps, Hitchcock told his stories through intelligent plots witty dialogue and a spoonful of mystery and murder. In doing so, he inspired a new generation of filmmakers and revolutionized the thriller genre, making him a legend around the world.

Multimedia Hitchcock - Welcome to Multimedia Hitchcock. An Interdisciplinary Approach. This application is largely designed with a "book concept" in mind: like a book, it has pages you can read in sequence or flip back and forth. The pages of Multimedia Hitchcock contain text, images, and links to sounds and motion video.

Alfred Hitchcock, The Master of Suspense - Välkommen till min hyllningssida till minne av Alfred Hitchcock och hans filmer...

The MacGuffin - Welcome to the Alfred Hitchcock Scholars/'MacGuffin' Web site! The site is an extension of our Alfred Hitchcock journal called 'The MacGuffin.' Like 'The MacGuffin' itself, and with the help of our readers/contributors, we'll try to publish here knowledgeable and original material about Hitchcock and his films.

The Internet Movie Database - Biography, filmography, and...

Alfred Hitchcock: A MysteryNet Web Site - Includes several excellent essays, a trivia contest, cameos list, and more.

Alfred Hitchcock - A brief biography, filmography, and more.

The Alfred Hitchcock Page - Filmography, selected reviews, and a cameos listing.

Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense - A site with biography, filmography, photos, and links.

Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense - Another site by the same name, with filmography, photos, and more.

The Life of Alfred Hitchcock - From Deep Focus.

Universal Studios Hitchock 100 - A multimedia extravaganza from Universal Studios in honor of the Centennial.

BBC Interviews: Hitchcock - Collection of audio interviews, 1966.

Hitch & Alma - The Web site for a novel by Robert Schoen, which explores Hitchcock’s partnership with his wife, his fantasy romances with leading ladies Grace Kelly and Tippi Hedren, and the lasting influence of his mother and his strange childhood.

Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense - Patrik Wikstrom's Hitchcock site is a very thorough and informative look at the Master's movie and TV work, including a monthly quiz and an interesting list of research questions.

Elizabeth's Alfred Hitchcock Page - Elizabeth's Hitchcock tribute.

Casting a Shadow: Creating the Alfred Hitchcock Film - In the Block Museum’s Main Gallery and Print, Drawing, and Photography Study Center from Sept. 28 to Dec. 9, features approximately 150 sketches, designs, storyboards, script pages, and other film production documents from such movies as Shadow of a Doubt (1943), North by Northwest (1959), and The Birds (1963), drawn from the archives of the Margaret Herrick Library at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the British Film Institute.

Video Links

The Men Who Made the Movies: Alfred Hitchcock - American Film Institute, 58 min 40 sec. Via Google Video.

Hitchcock interview from 1964 / Part 2 - Monitor interviews with Hitchcock.

Talk with Hitchcock - Hitchcock on cutting and assembling.

Alfred Hitchcock Interview in Finland - Discussing the (unproduced) Short Night.

Suspense Story: NPC Hears Alfred Hitchcock 1963 - National Press Club in Washington, DC, with Hitchcock about his film "The Birds".

Alfred Hitchcock Inside The Legend / part 2 / part 3 / part 4 - Larry King with Pat Hitchcock, Eva Marie Saint, Tippi Hedren, and Janet Leigh.

Alfred Hitchcock cameos - Compilation set to music.

Hitchcock Montage - Scenes from various movies, set to the music of Torn Curtain.

The Man Who Knew Too Much - Opening credits.

Trailers: Foreign Correspondent - Saboteur - Rear Window - Shadow of a Doubt - Psycho - Frenzy - North by Northwest- Vertigo - Marnie -

Rear Window in The Simpsons - Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window (1954) in The Simpsons.

Rear Window UCF Documentary - Documentary about Hitchcock's movie "Rear Window" made by students from the University of Central Florida.

Alfred Hitchcock: The Art of Making Movies - Main Show - Universal Studios.

Fear with Alfred Hitchcock - Lip sync animation from a radio interview.

The Pleasure Garden - The opening shots of his first movie.


Murder! (1930) - 1 hour 32 minutes.

Number Seventeen (1932) - 1 hour 5 minutes.

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) - 1 hour 15 minutes.

The 39 Steps (1935) - 1 hour 23 minutes.

Sabotage (1936) - 52 minutes.

Secret Agent (1936) - 1 hour 21 minutes.

Jamaica Inn (1939) - 1 hour 34 minutes.

Young and Innocent (1937) - 1 hour 22 minutes.

Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Celebrating the Centenary of Britain's Greatest Filmmaker - This exhibition was on display at the Bill Douglas Centre between April and November 1999, to mark the centenary of Hitchcock's birth.

Hitchcock100 at Universal Studios - Everything you ever wanted to know about Universal Hitchcock! Each and every month, different aspects of Alfred Hitchcock's legacy to Universal Studios will shine under the spotlight.

Hitchcock: A Centennial Celebration - A conference at New York University.

Celebrating 100 Years of Suspense - The New York Times. In the article 'Is That Ticking (Pause) a Bomb?', Peter Bogdanovich uses the occasion of the Museum of Modern Art's Alfred Hitchcock retrospective to reflect on Hitchcock's life and work.

Hitchcock at 100 - National Review. Terry Teachout, the music critic of Commentary, writes about film for Crisis. Queen Victoria was still on the throne when Sir Alfred Hitchcock was born in London a hundred years ago this month.

A Hundred Years of Hitch - Christian Science Monitor.

1999 The Hitchcock Centennial - 1999 marks the one-hundredth anniversary of Sir Alfred Hitchcock's birth, and several important events are currently being planned in commemoration of that milestone. These pages will provide information about those centenary events as they become available, as well as serve as a source of information on Hitchcock and his work.

Celebrating the Hitchcock Centennial - This will be the third update of this article, which first appeared in October, 1997. The occasion this time is what would have been The Master's 100th birthday, on August 13, 1999.

Hitchcock Centennial Symposium - Richard Allen at New York University coordinated this five-day symposium in New York City, October 13-17, 1999.

Alfred Hitchcock at 100 - From CNN.

Hitchcock at MOMA - About the Alfred Hitchcock exhibition and the multimedia kiosk at MoMA, with film schedule and press release. Hitchcock's career by decades.

The Cameos - A nice overview page of most all the Hitchcock cameos with very good pictures.

Alfred Hitchcock Presents - October 2, 1955 - June 1962 (268 filmed episodes). CBS and NBC Suspense Anthology Series. Host: Alfred Hitchcock. The benign countenance of pudgy film director Alfred Hitchcock welcomed viewers to stories of terror, horror, suspense, and twisted endings for an entire decade.

Hitchcock Trivia Quiz - From the Houston Chronicle.

Hollywood Walk of Fame - Alfred's star!

Hitchcock, la légende du suspense - A site in French.

Introducing Tippi Hedren - Another nice French site.

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