Alfred Hitchcock

Lifeboat

Lifeboat

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1944

Alfred Hitchcock directed this suspenseful World War II thriller, a remarkable story of human survival. Lifeboat received three Academy Award nominations for Director, Best Writing – Original Story and Cinematography.

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Under Capricorn (Special Edition)

Under Capricorn (Special Edition)

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1949

Joseph Cotten plays Sam Flusky, a native Briton banished to Australia for murder. Ingrid Bergman is his wife, Henrietta, the disturbed sister of the man Flusky was convicted of killing. When a new governor arrives, he brings with him his cousin, an old friend of Henrietta's, who sets out to help her conquer her demons and return her life to normal.

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Hitchcock: British International Pictures Collection

Hitchcock: British International Pictures Collection

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1927

Before he became known as the Master of Suspense in Hollywood, Alfred Hitchcock had already established himself as a precociously talented filmmaker in England. Hitchcock: British International Pictures Collection brings together five features he directed for the production company that first displayed his talents.

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Blackmail (Special Edition)

Blackmail (Special Edition)

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1929

Grocer’s daughter Alice White kills a man in self-defense when he tries to sexually assault her. Her policeman boyfriend covers up for her, but she has been spotted leaving the scene by a petty criminal who starts to blackmail her.

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Murder! (Special Edition)

Murder! (Special Edition)

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1930

Actress Diana Baring is convicted of the murder of another actress in the same touring company. But the distinguished actor Sir John Menier, who served on the jury at her trial, becomes convinced of her innocence and decides to solve the case.

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The Paradine Case

The Paradine Case

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1947

From master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock comes this nail-biting thriller that packs a punch. Hollywood legend Gregory Peck headlines this masterful story of a murder trial that will keep you guessing until the final frame.

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Number Seventeen (Special Edition) aka Number 17

Number Seventeen (Special Edition) aka Number 17

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1932

Suspicious characters turn up In an empty London house, all looking for a missing necklace, and none of them who they claim to be.

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Alfred Hitchcock's Bon Voyage & Aventure Malgache

Alfred Hitchcock's Bon Voyage & Aventure Malgache

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1944

Two short, absorbing dramas of wartime espionage and murder, rediscovered! Legendary master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock directed these forgotten classics in 1944 to aid the French resistance.

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Rich and Strange (Special Edition) aka East of Shanghai

Rich and Strange (Special Edition) aka East of Shanghai

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year: 1931

Fred Hill and his wife Emily lead a boring existence in the London suburbs. When the Hills come into an inheritance from a wealthy uncle, Fred quits his mundane job and they embark on a world cruise to get a taste of the high life.

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