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The Alfred Hitchcock Complete 34 Movies Collection DVD Boxset

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Boxed Set:Yes

Display Format:Wide Screen


Cast & Crew

l         Director: Alfred Hitchcock


Product Information

l         Region: Worldwide

l         Genre: Mixed

l         Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1

l         Sound Mix: Dolby Digital

l         Language: English with removable subtitles

l         Format: Support both NTSC & PAL

l         Boxed Set: Movie Collections

l         Discs: 34 pcs

l         Weight: 2.00 kg

l         Condition: new

l         Movie Collections:

1. 1954 Rear Window

2. 1960 Psycho

3. 1935 the secret agent

4. 1941 Suspicion

5. 1940 Rebecca

6. 1946 Notorious

7. 1936 the secret agent

8. 1945 Spellbound

9. 1950 Stage Fright

10. 1953 I Confess

11. 1954 Dial M for Murder

12. 1956 The Man Who Knew Too Much

13. 1956 The Wrong Man

14. 1955 The Trouble with Harry

15. 1932 rich and strange

16. 1934 the man who knew too much

17. 1942 Saboteur

18 1963 The Birds

19 1959 North by Northwest

20 1947 The Paradine Case

21 1937 Young and Innocent

22 1955 To Catch a Thief

23 1936 sabotage

24 1939 Jamaica Inn

25 The skin game

26 Marnie

27 1930 murder

28 1940 Foreign Correspondent

29 1944 Lifeboat

30 1938 The Lady Vanishes

31 1943 shadow of a doubt

32 1948 Rope

33 1958 Vertigo

34 1951 Strangers on a Train

Plot summary

Alfred Hitchcock was the son of East End greengrocer William Hitchcock and his wife Emma. Raised as a strict Catholic and attending Saint Ignatius College, a school run by Jesuits, Hitch had very much of a regular upbringing. His first job outside of the family business was in 1915 as an estimator for the Henley Telegraph and Cable Company. His interest in movies began at around this time, frequently visiting the cinema and reading US trade journals.


In 1920, Hitch learned that Lasky were to open a studio in London and managed to secure a job as a title designer. He designed the titles for all the movies made at the studio for the next two years. In 1923, he got his first chance at directing when the director of Always Tell Your Wife (1923) fell ill and Hitch completed the movie. Impressed by his work, studio chiefs gave him his first directing assignment on Number 13 (1922); however, before it could be finished, the studio closed its British operation. Hitch was then hired by Michael Balcon to work as an assistant director for the company later to be known as Gainsborough Pictures. In reality, Hitch did more than this -- working as a writer, title designer and art director. After several films for the company, Hitch was given the chance to direct a British/German co-production called The Pleasure Garden (1925). Hitchcock's career as a director finally began. Hitchcock went on to become the most widely known and influential director in the history of world cinema with a significant body of work produced over 50 years.

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