For his 52nd (and penultimate) film a 72-year-old Alfred Hitchcock returned to London to make the first feature he filmed entirely in his native country in two decades. On the trip he brought with him a lifetime of experience in art and… Read More ›
A handsome, charming, innocent man who is wrongly accused of a crime runs into a smart, beautiful blonde in a chase thriller that revolves around international espionage. This is the story depicted in what is – exactly – just another Alfred… Read More ›
Alfred Hitchcock directs Herbert Marshall in a radio SUSPENSE adaptation of THE LODGER, which aired on July 21, 1940. Posted to celebrate Turner Classic Movies’ (TCM), Sundays With Hitchcock, a 43-film festival dedicated to the films of the Master… Read More ›
Celebrating the film’s 1925 release in England today. This is the famed director’s solo directorial debut. The list of the film’s full cast and crew available here.