Alfred Hitchcock remains the undisputed master of terror and suspense and a visionary who revolutionized the art of filmmaking. The director of masterpieces such as Vertigo, Psycho, Rear Window, The Birds,
and Strangers on a Train,
he wove classic stories through intelligent plots, witty dialogue, and a spoonful of mystery and murder.
The Complete Films of Alfred Hitchcock is a tribute to the more than fifty years he spent as a film director, from his 1922 silent film The Pleasure Garden to his final 1976 film Family Plot. It also covers the years of his popular television show, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, which ran from 1955-1962 and showcased Hitchcock’s legendary black humor.
Complete with more than 450 black and white stills from his many films and a text
That examines the background of each production, this is the ultimate portrait of the movie genius that was both loved and hated.