Alfred Hitchcock--A Complete Filmography

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A complete list of Alfred Hitchcock’s films, in chronological order from 1925 to 1976.

This list does not include his shorts or television work. See "NOTES":http://www.listsofbests.com/comment/view/6063

Please note that you can still find some of his silent films on DVD, but they’re grouped together. (For example, The Lodger and Murder! are on one DVD, but adding it to this list would have confused their chronology.)

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  1. 1.
    The Pleasure Garden (1925)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  2. 2.
    The Lodger (1927)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  3. 3.
    The Ring (1927)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  4. 4.
    Downhill (1927)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  5. 5.
    Easy Virtue
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  6. 6.
    The Farmer's Wife
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  7. 7.
    Champagne (1928)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  8. 8.
    Blackmail
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  9. 9.
    The Manxman
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  10. 10.
    Juno and the Paycock (1929)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  11. 11.
    Murder! (1930)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  12. 12.
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    Mary (1931)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  13. 13.
    The Skin Game
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  14. 14.
    Rich & Strange

  15. 15.
    Number 17
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  16. 16.
    Waltzes From Vienna (1934)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  17. 17.
    The Man Who Knew Too Much
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  18. 18.
    The 39 Steps (The Criterion Collection)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  19. 19.
    Secret Agent
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  20. 20.
    Sabotage
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  21. 21.
    Young and Innocent

  22. 22.
    The Lady Vanishes (The Criterion Collection)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  23. 23.
    Jamaica Inn
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  24. 24.
    Rebecca (The Criterion Collection)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  25. 25.
    Foreign Correspondent
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  26. 26.
    Mr. & Mrs. Smith
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  27. 27.
    Suspicion
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  28. 28.
    Saboteur
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  29. 29.
    Shadow of a Doubt
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  30. 30.
    Lifeboat (Special Edition)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  31. 31.
    Spellbound (The Criterion Collection)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  32. 32.
    Notorious (The Criterion Collection)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  33. 33.
    Paradine Case
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  34. 34.
    Rope

  35. 35.
    Alfred Hitchcock's Under Capricorn
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  36. 36.
    Stage Fright
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  37. 37.
    Strangers on a Train
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  38. 38.
    I Confess
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  39. 39.
    Dial M for Murder
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  40. 40.
    Rear Window (Collector's Edition)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  41. 41.
    To Catch a Thief
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  42. 42.
    The Trouble with Harry
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  43. 43.
    The Man Who Knew Too Much
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  44. 44.
    The Wrong Man
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  45. 45.
    Vertigo (Collector's Edition)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  46. 46.
    North By Northwest
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  47. 47.
    Psycho (Collector's Edition)

  48. 48.
    The Birds (Collector's Edition)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  49. 49.
    Marnie - Collector's Edition
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  50. 50.
    Torn Curtain
    by Alfred Hitchcock

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Created by Emily on Mar 17, 2006.
 

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Notes — 6 years ago

This list contains 53 films. Here are some notes about a few films on the list:

12. Mary: The German version of Murder! It was shot at the same time as the English version, but with German actors.

17. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) The original. Shot in black and white. Stars Nova Pilneam and Peter Lorre.

43. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) Hitch’s remake, starring James Stewart and Doris Day. It was shot in VistaVision and Technicolor.

Hitch’s Other Work:

Hitch also shot some scenes for Number 13, his first directing job in 1922, but the film was never finished and the footage is considered lost.

All copies of The Mountain Eagle, Hitch’s 1927 film, are believed lost, but you can find stills in Truffaut’s Hitchcock as well as Dan Aulier’s Hitchcock’s Notebooks.

The 1930 film Elstree Calling is a series of musical comedy vignettes. Hitch directed a small bit for this.

Bon Voyage and Aventure Malgache were propaganda films Hitch directed in 1944. Both are in French and each last about thirty minutes.

Alfred Hitchcock Presents ran from 1955 to 1962. Hitchcock introduced each of the 268 half-hour episodes, but directed only a handful.

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour was essentially the same show, but had hour-long episodes. It ran from 1962 to 1965. Again, Hitch introduced each episode, but only directed one.


Revisions — 7 years ago

I deleted “The Mountain Eagle,” as no known copies exist, added “Bon Voyage/Aventure malgache,” and re-ordered the rest for a chronological listing.




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