What was the first film Alfred Hitchcock directed in the US?
The first film he directed in the US was Rebecca.
The first film he directed was "Number 13" (1922). It was never completed due to lack of money.
"The Call of Youth" in 1921: a short romance film directed by Hugh Ford. Alfred Hitchcock is credited as a title designer.
Strangers On A Train, 1951, directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Alfred Hitchcock .
Alfred Hitchcock. It was not Alfred Hitchcock, it was Mary Harron who directed American Psycho starring Christian Bale. Hitchcock directed the original film Psycho, starring Anthony Perkins.
Hitchcock was born in 1899, and the film was released in 1963.
Family Plot (1976) was the last film directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
God, or evolution; or did you mean the film 'The Birds'? (Alfred Hitchcock directed)
Yes, the 1946 film Notorious is an Alfred Hitchock film. There is also a 2009 film called Notorious, directed by George Tillman, Jr.
The film, Frenzy, was direced by Sir Alfred Hitchcock. It was released in June 1972.
Rebecca won Best Picture in 1940. Which was directed by Alfred Hitchcock, though he lost Best Director.
Alfred Hitchcock was a British film director until March 1939 when he moved to Hollywood, CA. From that point 33 of his movies were directed in America.
Hitchcock is the surname of famous film director Alfred Hitchcock.
Alfred Hitchcock based his 1939 film 'Jamaica Inn' and his 1940 film 'Rebecca' on novels by daphne du Maurier. He based his 1963 film 'The Birds' on one of her short stories.
This 1963 thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock starred Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren and Suzanne Pleshette.
This classic 1955 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock starred Cary Grant and Grace Kelly.
Rebecca (1940) was directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starred Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders, and Judith Anderson.
Yes, it is a 1940 Alfred Hitchcock film.
He made the first of his trademark cameo appearances in his movie The Lodger (1927) -- he plays an extra in the newspaper office -- and he appeared in every single film he directed after that as well. So, any movie he made before The Lodger -- as well as all the millions of movies out there that he never had anything to do with -- is a movie that Alfred Hitchcock is not in.
He was a film director.
The Birds II
Film director Alfred Hitchcock had one daughter, Patricia Hitchcock. Information about her can be found at the IMDb, using the link below.
Alfred Hitchcock got his start in the film industry in 1920 when he got a job with a London film studio as a title designer. He worked in this capacity for three years until he got his first break as a director in 1923.
Rebecca is the only Hitchcock film to win the Oscar for Best Picture. It is also the first film that Alfred Hitchcock made in the United States. It stars Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine.
It appears this is one Hitchcock film in which he does not appear.
A generation of film makers.
The 1963 film directed by the late great Alfred Hitchcock was loosley based on a short story "the birds" written by Daphne Du Maurier.
Topaz (1969 film)
Alfred Hitchcock appears about 10 minutes into 'Vertigo' walking from left to right outside the entrance to Elster's shipyard and carrying a musical instrument case.
He makes each one of his introductions in Alfred Hitchcock Presents unique and funny with a touch of seriousness.
Alfred Hitchcock worked in the film industry for 60 years. He began his career as a title designer in 1920, and got his first break as a director in 1923. He worked in the film industry mainly as a director and producer until his death in 1980.
Approximately 45 minutes into the film Hitchcock mails a letter at the village post office.
"Rebecca," which won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 1940.
'The Man Who Knew Too Much' first in 1934 and again in 1956.
Alfred Hitchcock usually made cameo appearances in his films. Two examples are 'The Birds', and 'Psycho'.
Sir Alfred Hitchcock never won an Academy Award, but his first American film -- "Rebecca" -- was named Best Picture of 1940.
Inger Stevens appeared as Laura Ross in the episode 'My Brother, Richard' of Alfred Hitchcock Presents in 1957. She also appeared on an episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour in 1963.
Alfred Hitchcock can be seen at Victoria Station, wearing a black coat and smoking a cigarette, near the end of the film.
To Catch aThief
Hitchcock made suspense/thriller films. He was a veritable "master of suspense."