28 wins & 27 nominations.
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Man Outside Real Estate Office
Man Walking Past Elster's Office
Silhouette at Office of Vital Statistics (uncredited)
Spectator at Opening Rally (uncredited)
Man in Wheelchair at Airport (uncredited)
Man Leaving Hotel Room (uncredited)
Man Walking Dogs Out of Pet Shop (uncredited)
Man Outside Real Estate Office (uncredited)
Man Walking Past Elster's Office (uncredited)
Lux Video Theatre
Lux Video Theatre Intermission Guest / Lux Video Theatre Guest
Songwriter's Clock-winder (uncredited)
Man Crossing the Top of Long Staircase (uncredited)
Man Walking in Street After Opening Credits (uncredited)
Man Drinking Champagne at Party (uncredited)
Man in Front of NY Drugstore (uncredited)
Man Mailing Letter (uncredited)
Man Outside Phone Booth (uncredited)
Man Walking Past The Cinema as the Light is Renewed (uncredited)
Man on Street (uncredited)
Man with Stick Near Tennis Court (uncredited)
Man-Dipping Attraction Worker (uncredited)
Extra in Newspaper Office (uncredited)
Lent his name to "Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine", a popular anthology that continued to publish after his death.
27 Biographical Movies |
83 Print Biographies |
10 Portrayals |
2 Interviews |
72 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
17 Magazine Cover Photos |
Mr. Alfred Hitchcock | Sir Alfred Hitchcock
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Did You Know?
[on Claude Jade
, who starred in Topaz
(1969)] Claude Jade is a brave nice young lady. But I don't give any guarantee what she will do on a taxi's back seat.
Although Hitchcock made Frenzy
(1972), that film's title and some plot points came from an idea Hitchcock had a few years earlier for a prequel to Shadow of a Doubt
(1943). Hitchcock approached many writers including Samuel A. Taylor
and Alec Coppel
, but in the end engaged an old friend, Benn W. Levy
to flesh out his sketchy idea.
The story would have revolved around a young, handsome bodybuilder ...