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Top Hitchcock Films

Thus far, my faves:

  1. Rebecca
  2. North By Northwest
  3. The 39 Steps
  4. Strangers on a Train
  5. The Lady Vanishes
  6. Psycho
  7. Spellbound
  8. Notorious
  9. Vertigo
  10. Lifeboat
  11. To Catch a Thief
  12. The Birds
  13. Marnie
  14. Rope
  15. Rear Window
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8 thoughts on “Top Hitchcock Films

  1. I have a lot of reading here that I need to catch up on outside of class.
    – A.

  2. Holden Caulfield on said:

    My favorite Hitchcock movie was Psycho and I loved North by Northwest and Rear Window a lot. I loved Grace Kelly and Eva Marie Saint. I’m suprised you rank the 39 steps so high? I found that movie to be very hard to watch because it seemed to be in bad quality black and white British Hitchcock’s very earlier films not something as colorful as North by Northwest.

  3. “The 39 Steps” is on Broadway right now – my aunt saw it and said it’s hilarious, so I might try to see it this week. I’ve never seen Hitchcock on stage before.

  4. Wow, cool. “Hilarious”? It must be a slightly different take on the film. It has humorous elements to it, but I don’t think anyone ever described it as “hilarious.” Let me know if you see it – I’m curious to know more.

  5. moviesmusic on said:

    I LOVE all those movies! I’ve seen all of em except Pyscho and Marnie. I LOVE Strangers on a Train! Their all just great movies!!

  6. I’ll do five:

    1. Vertigo
    2. Psycho
    3. Rope
    4. Rear Window
    5. Strangers on a Train

    and a wild card:

    6. Family Plot

    Great camp fun, with Karen Black’s ludicrous blond wig and William Devane’s relished villain.

  7. This is my first time leaving a message on your blog…and to be honest with you…

    …I own almost every Hitchcock film that is known to man, but here are a few that are “near” and “dear” to my heart and they are…Hitch’s 39 Steps
    The Lady Vanishes
    Stranger on a Train
    Rear Window
    To Catch aThief
    Shadow of a Doubt
    The Birds

  8. I hope that you don’t mind me mentioning this on your blog, but tomorrow I plan to interview another eblogger (Who also happen to be a Hitchcock “fanatic” too!) on my blog…and guess who(m) I will be talking to him about?….
    Director Alfred Hitchcock and his films!…Cool!

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