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fryfanSpyOrama

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« on: 04-12-2004 01:51 »

What are some of your favorite films by the Master of Suspense and which do you have?

Rear Window
The Birds
Psycho
Dial M For Murder

these are just a few that I like and have on VHS.  I'm hoping to get them on DVD in the near future.
Action Jacktion

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« Reply #1 on: 04-12-2004 02:51 »

I have the fancy Criterion DVDs of The 39 Steps and Spellbound, and the DVD of North by Northwest.
LAN.gnome

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« Reply #2 on: 04-12-2004 04:08 »

My rankings (at least of the ones I've seen):

Rear Window
Rope
North by Northwest
Vertigo
Dial M for Murder
Psycho
The Trouble with Harry

We don't have any Hitchcock films on DVD or VHS, but we rent them a lot.
Jeremy

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« Reply #3 on: 04-12-2004 04:36 »

Rear Window
Rope
boingo2000

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« Reply #4 on: 04-13-2004 13:30 »

I've seen:

The Lady Vanishes (Have on budget DVD)
Rebecca (Have on Criterion DVD)
Lifeboat
Notorious (Have on Criterion DVD)
Rope
Dial M For Murder
Rear Window
The Trouble With Harry
Vertigo (Have on Letterboxed VHS taped off TV)
North By Northwest
Psycho
The Birds
Frenzy
Family Plot
and 1/2 of Strangers on a Train.

Vertigo is my favourite of his films.
Coilette

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« Reply #5 on: 04-13-2004 14:17 »

Have seen:

North by Northwest (DVD)
The Birds
The Lodger (1927 silent)
Psycho
The 39 Steps

Would like to see:

Vertigo
Dial M for Murder
Rebecca
Suspicion
Rear Window
fryfanSpyOrama

Urban Legend
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« Reply #6 on: 04-28-2004 22:16 »

I also like Shadow of a Doubt.
Jetboy

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« Reply #7 on: 05-06-2004 05:06 »

All of Hitchcock's American films are great so I'll just point out the disapointments
"Under Capricorn"
"Topaz"
"Torn Curtain" has it's moments but it kind of drags.
I haven't seen all of his British films but "The Lodger", "Manxman", "The 39 Steps", "Murder", "The Man Who New Too Much" (the original w/Peter Lorre) and The Lady Vanishes are all great.
All of which are avalible on DVD
fryfanSpyOrama

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« Reply #8 on: 06-24-2004 01:56 »

I used to watch the Alfred Hitchcock show.  My favorite was the one where the kid dressed in an cowboy outfit takes a real gun in which he thinks is a toy and goes around town adding a real bullet into the gun in each place.
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