I am a big fan of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies. Here is my list of favorite Hitchcock flicks:
Dial M for Murder
North by Northwest
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
The Trouble with Harry
To Catch a Thief
If you like classic movies (and don’t mind black and white), check out these works from the master. It’s hard to pick out my favorite, but a notable entry is “The Trouble with Harry” — a rare Hitchcock comedy, albeit a tad morbid.
Also, Jimmy Stewart is in three of them on this list: “Rear Window,” “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” and “Vertigo.”
Lastly, Hitchcock did two versions of “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” one in ’56 and the other, much earlier, in ’34. The earlier version is quite good for 1934, but not good enough to make it on my list.
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