We are celebrating Alfred Hitchcock, the master of Suspense.
He is considered one of the greatest film Directors of history of cinema.
Alfred Hitchcock directed many film masterpieces like “Rebecca”, “Rear Window”, “Strangers on a Train”, “Vertigo”, “North by Northwest”, “Psycho”, “The Birds”, “Dial M for Murder”, “Marnie”, “Rope”, “Notorious”, “Shadow of a Doubt”, “To Catch a Thief”, “Torn Curtain”, “The Man who knew too much”, “I Confess”, “Spellbound”, “Lifeboat”, “Saboteur”, “Suspicion”, “The Lady vanishes”, “The 39 Steps” and “The Lodger”, just to name a few.
There are many famous actors and actresses that worked with Alfred Hitchcock, first we start with the leading ladies:
Grace Kelly, Kim Novak, Ingrid Bergman, Teresa Wright, Tippi Hedren, Janet Leigh, Eva Marie Saint, Joan Fontaine, Thelma Ritter, Judith Anderson and just to name a few.
Tippi Hedren, Kim Novak and Grace Kelly.
Now, here are Hitchcock’s actors:
Robert Walker, Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant, Joseph Cotten, Claude Rains, Anthony Perkins, Sean Connery, Farley Granger and just to name a few.
A still of Robert Walker in “Strangers on a Train”.
Robert Walker gives one of the most memorable performances in Alfred Hitchcock’s
“Strangers on a Train”.
Another Still of Robert Walker as Bruno Antony in “Strangers on a Train”.
A Still of Kim Novak in “Vertigo”.
Jimmy Stewart, one of the most admired and beloved actors of all time.
A Still of Jimmy Stewart in “Rear Window”.
Tippi Hedren in “The Birds”.
Anthony Perkins, Unforgettable as Norman Bates in “Psycho”.
Anthony Perkins in Psycho
Janet Leigh, in the most famous scene from “Psycho”.
Vertigo, Alfred Hithcock’s masterpiece
Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak in Hitchcock’s masterpiece “Vertigo”.
Another still from “Vertigo”
Grace Kelly, the most famous Hithcock Leading Lady.
Grace Kelly and Jimmy Stewart in “Rear Window”.
Joseph Cotten in one of his best performances in “Shadow of a Doubt”.
Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright in “Shadow of a Doubt”.
Another still from “The Lodger”
Ingrid Bergman in “Notorious”.
Claude Rains in “Notoriuos”
Celebrating Alfred Hitchcock, the Master of Suspense!