Guilt & Innocence: Blackmail - This is my rendition of musings on this movie, which is part of my online essay on Hitchcock.
Guilt & Innocence: Sabotage - This is my rendition of musings on this movie, which is part of my online essayon Hitchcock.
Rebecca Page - Part of a very nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
Foreign Correspondent (1940)
Foreign Correspondent - Walter Wanger was a World War I aviator and intelligence officer who believed in the power of film to change society.
Saboteur Tribute - A nice tribute page of the movie.
Library of Congress: Saboteur - Short introductory page at the Library of Congress, The Film Foundation.
Saboteur Review - The movie reviewed by Brian Koller.
Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
Shadow of a Doubt: Elizabeth's Page - A fabulous thriller about a murderer who comes to live with his sister's family in peaceful, quiet Santa Rosa, California, and his young niece who finds him out.
Shadow of a Doubt: 10 Shades of Noir - A grim, sad picture of American docility and Babbittry. The film moved Hitchcock out of the category of mere genre director and into the realm of the essayist on the universal fears and discontents of his species.
Shadow of a Doubt Page - Part of a very nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious - This page is a tribute to Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious, starring Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant. Released in 1946, and shot in black and white, it is one of his greatest cinematic feats.
Notorious Page - Part of a very nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
Notorious - French tribute page.
Guilt & Innocence: Rope - This is my rendition of musings on this movie, which is only a small part of myonline essay on Hitchcock.
Rope Page - Part of a very nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
Strangers on a Train (1951)
Strangers on a Train Page - Part of a nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
I Confess (1953)
Guilt & Innocence: I Confess - This is my rendition of musings on this movie, which is part of my online essay on Hitchcock.
To Catch a Thief (1955)
To Catch a Thief: The Cat's Liar - One of the most entertaining films of the 1950s, with great stars, great locations and a great director.
To Catch a Thief Page - Part of a very nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
Rear Window (1955)
Rear Window: The Society of Rear Window Ethics - "We've become a race of Peeping Toms. What people ought to do is get outside their own house and look in for a change."
Rear Window Page - Part of a very nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
Vertigo: Widescreen Cinema - The most impressive page of all!!! One of the many sites on the movie Vertigo. Vertigo opens with an ominous chase over the rooftops of San Francisco that leaves police detective John "Scottie" Ferguson (James Stewart) overcome with an intense fear of heights.
The Vertigo Web Pages - There is only one way to begin my web pages on Vertigo - by stating that it is my favorite film of all time. That is the position from which the rest of these pages were written, just in case you were looking for an objective evaluation! Not bad...
Vertigo: Love, Desire, the Image and the Grave - An analysis with images of a central sequence in the movie.
Vertigo's Use of Profiles - One of Vertigo's strongest visual themes is the use of the profile for Kim Novak's various incarnations as Madeleine.
Vertigo: American Film Institute - AFI, in conjunction with the Film Foundation and Universal Pictures, celebrates the newly restored Vertigo.
Losing It: A Vertigo Restoration Comedy - A slightly different take.
The Power of Vertigo - An essay on the movie.
Vertigo: Rare Photos - Images from the making of the movie.
Vertigo on DVD - Notes on the latest release.
North by Northwest (1959)
North by Northwest Webstudy - This is truly wonderful!!! This site presents a reel by reel pictorial introduction into the entire movie. A very impressive site!
North by Northwest Page - Part of a nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
North by Northwest Page - Short page on the movie.
North by Northwest Page - Again, a short but sweet page.
Modernism at the Movies - The Vandamm House in "North by Northwest". A great essay by Sandy McLendon.
Psycho... Check Right In - Unravel the secrets behind the making of Alfred Hitchcock's most compelling film. The unforgettable 1960 classic is one of the finest examples of genius film making. It left a chilling stain on film history.
The Psycho Home Page - Another site devoted to Psycho, with images.
Psycho: Vocals, Sound Effects, and Music - In an Excerpt from Psycho. The following discussion is reprinted from the sidebar in Chapter 4 of Film: An Introduction, by William H. Phillips.
Psycho Screenplay - For you and your mama, the entire script!
Psycho: The Parlor Scene - A fine analysis of a great scene in a great movie.
Sound in Psycho - An excerpt from Stephen Rebello's "Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho."
The Birds (1963)
The Birds: The Bodega Bay Navigator, 1992 - Mr. Hitchcock got the inspiration for his film from the Daphne du Maurier's "The Birds" screenplay which he happened upon while reading a copy of the short story collections published under the "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" banner.
Tippi Hedren & the Birds - Wonderful page on the Birds from the French Tippi Hedren site.
Will and Wilfulness - Commentary on Hitchcock's "The Birds" by Ken Mogg.
The Bodega Bay Lodge & Spa - An Evening with Tippi Hedren.
The Birds Page - Part of a very nice site on Hitchcock and his films.
The Birds Is Coming! - The AFI is proud to present an online gallery of stills from Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 masterpiece The Birds. A picture-by-picture gallery of the movie.
The Birds: Memorabilia Collection - The website of the motel which served as the schoolhouse in Hitchcock's The Birds is proud to offer The Birds memorabilia!
The Sound of One Wing Flapping - By Elisabeth Weis. An analysis of The Bird's orchestration of sound effects.
Family Plot (1976)
A Hitchcock Mystery - Essay on the 'resurrection' motif in Family Plot by Bill Krohn, author of "Hitchcock au travail'/'Hitchcock at Work."
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