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List of Alfred Hitchcock Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Psycho (1960)
83
16
Psycho
83
16

Based on the 1959 novel by Robert Bloch, the movie follows the story of a secretary Marion Crane, who, frustrated with her life, steals $40,000 cash from her employer and leaves Phoenix, Arizona. She checks in at Bates Motel owned by friendly Norman Bates who appears to have a dominating mother.

Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles, Martin Balsam, John McIntire, John Gavin
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
2. Rear Window (1954)
72
10
Rear Window
72
10

Counted as one of Alfred Hitchcock's best movies, Rear Window is a mystery thriller that follows the observations of a wheelchair-bound man who suspects that a neighbor has murdered his wife and is disposing off the evidence. The movie was ranked no. 42 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies list. 

Starring:
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
3. Memory of the Camps (2014)
11
6
Memory of the Camps
11
6
Starring:
Adolf Hitler, Sidney Bernstein, Jasper Britton
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock, Sidney Bernstein
4. Vertigo (1958)
57
11
Vertigo
57
11

Based on Boileau-Narcejac's 1954 novel D'entre les morts, the movie follows a former cop - John Scottie Ferguson - who suffers from acrophobia and vertigo. Gavin Elster believes that his wife Madeleine is possessed and assigns Scottie the task of following her. Scottie saves her and the two fall in love. However, Madeleine, soon commits suicide leaving Scottie devastated.

Starring:
Barbara Bel Geddes, James Stewart, Henry Jones, Kim Novak
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
5. North by Northwest (1959)
49
7
North by Northwest
49
7

An advertising executive Roger Thornhill's life goes upside down when he is mistaken for a certain George Kaplan. He is kidnapped, almost killed, framed for a murder and chased around by men led by Phillip Vandamm. As he sets out to prove his innocence and find the real Kaplan, he is helped by Eve Kendall, who is not what she appears to be.

Starring:
Cary Grant, James Mason, Martin Landau, Eva Marie Saint, Jessie Royce Landis, Leo G. Carroll
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
6. Dial M for Murder (1954)
35
5
Dial M for Murder
PG
35
5

Tony Wendice, a professional tennis player, plans the murder of his socialite wife, Margot Wendice, for having an affair with writer Mark Halliday. Tony blackmails Charles Swann to commit the murder but Margot survives the murder attempt. Tony then schemes to incriminate Margot for the crime but has to contend with Inspector Hubbard. 

Starring:
Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings, John Williams, Anthony Dawson
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
7. Rebecca (1940)
33
6
Rebecca
33
6

A naive young woman falls in love with and marries the aristocratic widower Maxim de Winter, and upon reaching his estate, Manderley, realizes that he still loves his first wife, Rebecca, while the domineering housekeeper Mrs. Danvers is also obsessed with her. Just as she becomes consumed by inferiority complex, a sudden crisis changes the dynamics between the characters.

Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders, Nigel Bruce, Reginald Denny
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
8. Strangers on a Train (1951)
27
5
Strangers on a Train
TV-PG
27
5

During a train journey, amateur tennis star Guy Haines, who is trying to divorce his promiscuous wife Miriam so he could remarry, meets psychopath Bruno Antony, who proposes that the two strangers kill each other's targets. Despite not agreeing explicitly, Guy becomes the prime suspect when his wife is found murdered, with Bruno expecting him to kill his father.

Starring:
Ruth Roman, Leo G. Carroll, Farley Granger, Robert Walker
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
9. Rope (1948)
27
6
Rope
27
6

Two brilliant college students, Brandon Shaw and Phillip Morgan, strangle fellow classmate David Kentley as an intellectual exercise to prove their superiority. They organize a party after hiding the body in an antique chest and invite people close to David, as well as their prep-school teacher Rupert Cadell, who unwittingly inspired them and now begins to suspect them.

Starring:
James Stewart, Farley Granger, Dick Hogan, John Dall
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
10. Notorious (1946)
24
4
Notorious
24
4

Alicia Huberman, the American daughter of a convicted Nazi spy, is convinced by US Government agent, T. R. Devlin, to infiltrate the Nazis by seducing Alex Sebastian. As Alicia slips further in her role as an undercover agent endangering her own life, Devlin must find a way to help her as he loves her. 

Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Bea Benaderet, Cary Grant, Claude Rains, Louis Calhern
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
11. Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
19
5
Shadow of a Doubt
TV-PG
19
5

Teenager Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Newton is thrilled when her namesake and favorite maternal uncle Charlie Oakley comes for a visit. But soon she notices some odd things, then two detectives come home as surveyors asking questions about Uncle Charlie. As she learns from them that he is suspected serial killer, ‘Merry Widow Murderer,’ she starts investigating, which could prove unsafe for her life.

Starring:
Hume Cronyn, Teresa Wright, Joseph Cotten, Macdonald Carey
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
12. The Lady Vanishes (1938)
20
3
The Lady Vanishes
20
3

This Alfred Hitchcock directorial follows beautiful Iris Henderson on a trans-European train that gets delayed due to an avalanche. When the train resumes, Iris gets hit on head and becomes unconscious. Later, she realizes that her compartment-companion Miss Froy is missing, but other passengers refuse to ever have seen her. With co-traveler Gilbert’s help, a determined Iris tries to find Miss Froy.

Starring:
Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas, Cecil Parker, May Whitty
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
13. The Birds (1963)
35
8
The Birds
35
8

When lawyer Mitch Brenner plays a practical joke on rich socialite Melanie Daniels, who is a known prankster, she follows him to his hometown Bodega Bay to pay him back in the same coin. Her arrival is followed by strange incidences of bird attacks which become increasingly more violent and terrifying with flocks of aggressive birds swooping down on people.

Starring:
Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren, Jessica Tandy, Veronica Cartwright, Suzanne Pleshette
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
14. The 39 Steps (1935)
20
5
The 39 Steps
20
5

This mystery thriller film tells the story of Richard Hannay, who while vacationing in London, gets involved with a counter-espionage Agent and tries to help him. However, when the agent is killed, and the man is accused, he must not only save himself from the police, but also stop a spy ring from stealing top secret information. 

Starring:
Robert Donat, John Laurie, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie Mannheim
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
15. Lifeboat (1944)
18
4
Lifeboat
18
4

Lifeboat is a survival drama film which revolves around eight survivors of a torpedoed ship, who find themselves in the same boat with the man who had sunk the ship.  

Starring:
Hume Cronyn, William Bendix, John Hodiak, Walter Slezak, Tallulah Bankhead, Mary Anderson
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
16. Spellbound (1945)
19
5
Spellbound
19
5

Dr. Anthony Edwardes replaces retiring Dr. Murchison as the chief of Green Manors mental asylum. He is drawn towards psychoanalyst Dr. Constance Petersen who realizes that he is an imposter. She discovers that he is an amnesiac who fears that he has killed real Edwardes. Convinced of his innocence, Constance helps him recover his memory and find the killer of Dr. Edwardes.

Starring:
Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman, Leo G. Carroll, Michael Chekhov
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
17. Foreign Correspondent (1940)
14
3
Foreign Correspondent
14
3

Foreigner Correspondent is a spy thriller film which tells the story of a journalist John, whose editor sends him to Europe as a foreign correspondent. John soon stumbles on a spy ring. He decides to seek help from another journalist and the daughter of a politician.  

Starring:
Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall, George Sanders, Robert Benchley
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
18. To Catch a Thief (1955)
22
4
To Catch a Thief
22
4

Notorious jewel thief John Robie is now retired, tending his vineyards on the French Riviera. But when a series of thefts begins to take place, emulating his style, he becomes a suspect; leaving him no other option but to catch the new robber in order to clear his name and in the midst of that he also develops romantic relationship with the daughter of a rich widow. 

Starring:
Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, Jessie Royce Landis, John Williams
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
19. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
19
4
The Man Who Knew Too Much
TV-G
19
4

The Man Who Knew Too Much is a suspense thriller film, which revolves around an American family who were vacationing in French Morocco, only to be dragged into a huge conspiracy. 

Starring:
Doris Day, Carolyn Jones, James Stewart, Bernard Miles, Brenda de Banzie
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
20. Frenzy (1972)
16
6
Frenzy
R
16
6

London is haunted by a serial killer who murders his victims by strangling them with a necktie. Ex-Royal Air Force Officer, Richard Blaney, becomes a suspect, after his ex-wife is murdered. He is forced to go on the run, and take refuge with his best-friend. Things take a turn when he suspects that his friend may be the killer himself. 

Starring:
Anna Massey, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Alec McCowen, Jon Finch
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
21. The Wrong Man (1956)
16
3
The Wrong Man
16
3

The Wrong Man is a drama film which revolves around an innocent musician named Christopher Emmanuel, who is arrested after he is mistaken for a robber. Although his attorney works to prove his innocence, the case threatens to destroy his family before he can be declared not guilty.

Starring:
Henry Fonda, Harry Dean Stanton, Werner Klemperer, Vera Miles, Harold J. Stone, Anthony Quayle
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
22. Suspicion (1941)
17
4
Suspicion
17
4

Suspicion is a 1941 romantic psychological thriller film, which revolves around a shy young heiress who gets married to a charming young gentleman. However, as time passes, she feels suspicious of him, and begins to worry that he may be trying to murder her.

Starring:
Cary Grant, Joan Fontaine, Nigel Bruce, Cedric Hardwicke
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
23. The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927)
11
5
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog
11
5

A serial killer murdering blonde women is on the loose in London. Soon, a detective is put to the case hoping to put an end to the killings. The detective is dating the daughter of Mr and Mrs Bunting, and when a mysterious man arrives at the home of the Buntings, asking asking for a room to rent, the detective and the young girl suspect that he may be the killer.

Starring:
Reginald Gardiner, Marie Ault, Arthur Chesney, June Tripp
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
24. I Confess (1953)
14
4
I Confess
14
4

Father Michael Logan is a priest being suspected of murder. He soon sees that the only way to remove suspicion from himself is by violating the sanctity of the confessional.

Starring:
Anne Baxter, O.E. Hasse, Karl Malden, Brian Aherne
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
25. An Elastic Affair (1930)
9
5
An Elastic Affair
9
5
Starring:
Cyril Butcher, Aileen Despard
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
26. Marnie (1964)
17
4
Marnie
17
4

The psychological thriller by Hitchcock follows Marnie Edgar, a kleptomaniac who robs her employers and disappears. While working as Mark Rutland’s secretary, he stops her from stealing; and compels to marry him. After a disastrous honeymoon, Mark gets her past investigated through a detective. Realizing her problems, he helps her face her childhood trauma and relive repressed memories to resolve her issues. 

Starring:
Sean Connery, Bruce Dern, Melody Thomas Scott, Tippi Hedren, Martin Gabel, Louise Latham
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
27. Saboteur (1942)
13
3
Saboteur
13
3

Saboteur is a war thriller film which revolves around Barry Kane, who works at the Los Angeles aircraft factory. When he is falsely accused of disrupting the place on purpose, he decides to escape arrest in order to prove his innocence and find the actual culprit.

Starring:
Norman Lloyd, Otto Kruger, Robert Cummings, Alan Baxter
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
28. Always Tell Your Wife (1923)
9
5
Always Tell Your Wife
9
5
Starring:
Seymour Hicks, Stanley Logan, Gertrude McCoy, Ellaline Terriss, Ian Wilson
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock, Seymour Hicks, Hugh Croise
29. Sound Test for Blackmail (1929)
8
3
Sound Test for Blackmail
8
3

Sound Test for Blackmail is a documentary short film, made as an experiment by renowned filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. In this film, Hitchcock uses the sound device for the first time in a motion picture of his own. 

Starring:
Anny Ondra
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
30. The Trouble with Harry (1955)
14
5
The Trouble with Harry
14
5

The Trouble With Harry is a comedy mystery film, which tells the story of a dead body of a young man which appear in the residence of a small hamlet. Now locals must not only determine why and how he was killed, but what to do with the body.  

Starring:
Shirley MacLaine, Jerry Mathers, John Forsythe, Mildred Dunnock, Royal Dano, Edmund Gwenn
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
31. Sabotage (1936)
10
4
Sabotage
10
4

An undercover detective working for Scotland Yard, gets a job at a cinema, where the manager is part of a gang planning to set off a bomb. However, things get complicated after his cover gets blown.

Starring:
John Loder, Oskar Homolka, Sylvia Sidney, Desmond Tester
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
32. Stage Fright (1950)
12
3
Stage Fright
12
3

Stage Fright is a thriller film which tells the story of Jonathan, who is wanted for the murder of the husband of his mistress, who is a singer. His friend Eve, who is a struggling actress, decides to help him prove his innocence, and clear his name.

Starring:
Jane Wyman, Richard Todd, Marlene Dietrich, Sybil Thorndike
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
33. Blackmail (1929)
9
4
Blackmail
9
4

Blackmail is a crime thriller film which tells the story of Alice, a young woman, who stabs an artist to death accidentally while defending herself when the latter was trying to molest her. Her life turns upside down when an unknown witness, who knows about the murder, begins to blackmail her.

Starring:
Cyril Ritchard, John Longden, Anny Ondra, Sara Allgood
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
34. Family Plot (1976)
11
5
Family Plot
PG
11
5

A phone psychic and her boyfriend who is a taxi driver and a private detective, is hired by an old woman to search for a missing heir in California. However, their search leads them to a pair of serial kidnappers.

Starring:
William Devane, Bruce Dern, Ed Lauter, Karen Black
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
35. Young and Innocent (1937)
8
4
Young and Innocent
8
4

An actress is murdered by her estranged husband, due to her affairs with multiple young boyfriends. One of them Robert Tisdall discovers her body on the beach, and runs to call the police, but he is mistaken to be the killer. He is arrested but eventually he manages to escape. Determined to prove his innocence, he is forced to take the help of a woman.  

Starring:
Nova Pilbeam, Derrick De Marney, Percy Marmont, Edward Rigby
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
36. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)
9
5
The Man Who Knew Too Much
9
5

Bob, along with his wife Jill, is on a family vacation in Switzerland, where they meet and become friendly with a man who is staying in the same hotel. However, their life takes a dangerous turn when he is assassinated in their presence, and he passes on a secret to Jill before dying. In order to keep them silent, Bob and Jill’s daughter is kidnapped by a group of assassins.

Starring:
Peter Lorre, Nova Pilbeam, Leslie Banks, Edna Best
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
37. Torn Curtain (1966)
13
4
Torn Curtain
13
4

During the Cold War, American physicist Prof. Michael Armstrong defects to East Germany. His fiancée and assistant Sarah Sherman, who follows him to East Berlin, is shocked by his action. However, he is on a secret mission as double agent to get an important solution for a nuclear secret, before returning to the US. But Sarah’s presence makes the escape risky for both.

Starring:
Paul Newman, Julie Andrews, Ludwig Donath, Lila Kedrova
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
38. The Paradine Case (1947)
7
3
The Paradine Case
7
3

Anthony Keane is an attorney who has agreed to represent Mrs. Paradine, who is being charged of murdering her wealthy husband. Due to her beauty, the lawyer finds himself quite attracted to the woman, although he has been happily married himself for eleven years. He tries to pin the crime of murder on Latour, her servant; however the plan backfires.

Starring:
Louis Jourdan, Ethel Barrymore, Gregory Peck, Charles Laughton, Charles Coburn
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
39. Secret Agent (1936)
8
3
Secret Agent
8
3

During the First World War, three British agents are assigned to assassinate a mysterious German spy. However, things get complicated when two of them find themselves in conflict with their conscience, regarding the morality of their mission.

Starring:
John Gielgud, Lilli Palmer, Peter Lorre, Robert Young, Percy Marmont, Madeleine Carroll
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
40. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
8
3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
TV-G
8
3

Ann and David are a married couple who live in New York City. Their lives get complicated when a county official arrives and informs David, that due to a jurisdictional mishap, their three-year-old marriage was not valid.  Things get complicated as Ann starts to feel that David might not want to marry her again.

Starring:
Carole Lombard, Robert Montgomery, Jack Carson, Lucile Watson, Gene Raymond
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
41. Jamaica Inn (1939)
9
3
Jamaica Inn
9
3

Jamaica Inn is a crime adventure film which tells the story of a woman named Mary, who is sent to live with her uncle and aunt in Cornwall. Things take a turn when she discovers that her uncle’s property is being used for criminal activities, by a gang that arranges shipwrecks for profit.

Starring:
Charles Laughton, Emlyn Williams, Maureen O'Hara, Horace Hodges, Hay Petrie
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
42. Murder! (1930)
8
3
Murder!
TV-PG
8
3

Actress Edna Druce is found dead and strangely, she is holding the murder weapon herself. Fellow actor Diana is suspected and eventually convicted of the murder, and she is soon about to be sentenced for execution. However John Menier, one of the jurors, thinks that she may be innocent. An actor himself, Menier decides to revisit the crime scene hoping that he can get Diana’s name cleared.  

Starring:
Herbert Marshall, Esme Percy, Norah Baring, Phyllis Konstam
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
43. Watchtower Over Tomorrow (1945)
6
3
Watchtower Over Tomorrow
6
3

Watchtower Over Tomorrow is a documentary short film about the Dumbarton Oaks Plan, as well as the proposed formations of the United Nations.

Starring:
John Nesbitt, Grant Mitchell, Martin Kosleck, Miles Mander, Edward R. Stettinius Jr.
Directed By:
44. Topaz (1969)
8
4
Topaz
PG
8
4

Based on a novel of the same name, this spy thriller film revolves around a French intelligence agent who gets entangled in the politics of the Cold War, just before the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.

Starring:
John Forsythe, John Vernon, Philippe Noiret, Karin Dor, Frederick Stafford
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
45. The Ring (1927)
6
4
The Ring
6
4
Starring:
Ian Hunter, Carl Brisson, Lillian Hall-Davis, Forrester Harvey
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
46. The Manxman (1929)
6
3
The Manxman
6
3
Starring:
Anny Ondra, Carl Brisson, Malcolm Keen, Clare Greet, Randle Ayrton
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
47. Under Capricorn (1949)
7
3
Under Capricorn
7
3

Under Capricorn is a romantic crime drama film which tells the story of Charles, a young man, who gets reunited with Heinreita, his childhood sweetheart in Australia. However, he soon learns that she is having several problems in her life, which has made her an alcoholic. Charles helps her restore her self-confidence and they get closer and closer to one another.

Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, Denis O'Dea, Cecil Parker, Michael Wilding
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
48. Bon Voyage (1944)
6
3
Bon Voyage
TV-G
6
3
Starring:
John Blythe
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
49. Downhill (1927)
6
3
Downhill
6
3
Starring:
Robin Irvine, Ivor Novello, Ben Webster, Norman McKinnel, Jerrold Robertshaw
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
50. Waltzes from Vienna (1934)
6
3
Waltzes from Vienna
6
3

Based on real events, Waltez from Vienna is a musical film which revolves mostly around the complicated relationship between Austrian composer Johann Strauss and his son Johann Strauss II. Although the father wishes his son not to follow in his footsteps, his son wants to prove himself to his father by showing that he has what it takes to succeed in the world of music.

Starring:
Edmund Gwenn, Frank Vosper, Jessie Matthews, Fay Compton, Esmond Knight
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
51. Mary (1931)
5
3
Mary
5
3
Starring:
Alfred Abel, Olga Tschechowa, Paul Graetz, Lotte Stein, Ekkehard Arendt
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
52. The Farmer's Wife (1928)
7
3
The Farmer's Wife
7
3
Starring:
Jameson Thomas, Lillian Hall-Davis, Gordon Harker, Gibb McLaughlin, Maud Gill
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
53. The Pleasure Garden (1925)
6
3
The Pleasure Garden
6
3
Starring:
Miles Mander, John Stuart, Ferdinand Martini, Virginia Valli, Carmelita Geraghty
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
54. Number Seventeen (1932)
6
3
Number Seventeen
TV-PG
6
3
Starring:
Donald Calthrop, Leon M. Lion, Anne Grey, John Stuart, Barry Jones
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
55. Rich and Strange (1931)
6
4
Rich and Strange
6
4

Fred Hill and his wife Emily receive an unexpected inheritance from an uncle, and they feel that it will give them happiness. Fred quits his job and they decide to go on a world tour. Soon, the money only turns out to be a curse, and their new luxurious lifestyle threatens to tear their marriage apart.

Starring:
Henry Kendall, Percy Marmont, Joan Barry, Betty Amann, Elsie Randolph
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
56. The Skin Game (1931)
5
3
The Skin Game
TV-G
5
3
Starring:
Edmund Gwenn, John Longden, Phyllis Konstam, C.V. France, Helen Haye
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
57. The Fighting Generation (1944)
6
3
The Fighting Generation
6
3
Starring:
Rhonda Fleming, Jennifer Jones, Steve Dunhill, Tony Devlin
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
58. Easy Virtue (1928)
5
3
Easy Virtue
5
3
Starring:
Ian Hunter, Isabel Jeans, Franklin Dyall, Eric Bransby Williams
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
59. Champagne (1928)
5
4
Champagne
5
4
Starring:
Alexander D'Arcy, Gordon Harker, Betty Balfour, Jean Bradin, Ferdinand von Alten
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
60. Aventure malgache (1944)
5
3
Aventure malgache
5
3
Starring:
Paul Bonifas, Paul Clarus, Jean Dattas, Andre Frere, Paulette Preney
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
61. Elstree Calling (1930)
3
3
Elstree Calling
3
3
Starring:
Donald Calthrop, Tommy Handley, Gordon Begg, Teddy Brown, Helen Burnell
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock, André Charlot, Jack Hulbert, Paul Murray
62. Juno and the Paycock (1930)
4
3
Juno and the Paycock
4
3
Starring:
Barry Fitzgerald, John Laurie, Edward Chapman, Sara Allgood, Maire O'Neill
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock

Movies (Actor)

1. Sound Test for Blackmail (1929)
11
5
Sound Test for Blackmail
11
5

Sound Test for Blackmail is a documentary short film, made as an experiment by renowned filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. In this film, Hitchcock uses the sound device for the first time in a motion picture of his own. 

Role:
Himself
Starring:
Anny Ondra
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock

Narrator/Dubbing

The Wrong Man (1956)
12
4
The Wrong Man
12
4

The Wrong Man is a drama film which revolves around an innocent musician named Christopher Emmanuel, who is arrested after he is mistaken for a robber. Although his attorney works to prove his innocence, the case threatens to destroy his family before he can be declared not guilty.

Role:
Self - Prologue Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Henry Fonda, Harry Dean Stanton, Werner Klemperer, Vera Miles, Harold J. Stone, Anthony Quayle
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock

Special Appearance/Cameo

Psycho (1960)
49
9
Psycho
49
9

Based on the 1959 novel by Robert Bloch, the movie follows the story of a secretary Marion Crane, who, frustrated with her life, steals $40,000 cash from her employer and leaves Phoenix, Arizona. She checks in at Bates Motel owned by friendly Norman Bates who appears to have a dominating mother.

Role:
Man Outside Real Estate Office (uncredited)
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles, Martin Balsam, John McIntire, John Gavin
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Rear Window (1954)
40
7
Rear Window
40
7

Counted as one of Alfred Hitchcock's best movies, Rear Window is a mystery thriller that follows the observations of a wheelchair-bound man who suspects that a neighbor has murdered his wife and is disposing off the evidence. The movie was ranked no. 42 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies list. 

Role:
Songwriter's Clock-Winder (uncredited)
Starring:
James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Raymond Burr, Thelma Ritter
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Memory of the Camps (2014)
10
2
Memory of the Camps
10
2
Role:
Self (archive footage) (uncredited)
Starring:
Adolf Hitler, Sidney Bernstein, Jasper Britton
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock, Sidney Bernstein
Vertigo (1958)
34
6
Vertigo
34
6

Based on Boileau-Narcejac's 1954 novel D'entre les morts, the movie follows a former cop - John Scottie Ferguson - who suffers from acrophobia and vertigo. Gavin Elster believes that his wife Madeleine is possessed and assigns Scottie the task of following her. Scottie saves her and the two fall in love. However, Madeleine, soon commits suicide leaving Scottie devastated.

Role:
Man Walking Past Elster's Office (uncredited)
Starring:
Barbara Bel Geddes, James Stewart, Henry Jones, Kim Novak
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
North by Northwest (1959)
29
5
North by Northwest
29
5

An advertising executive Roger Thornhill's life goes upside down when he is mistaken for a certain George Kaplan. He is kidnapped, almost killed, framed for a murder and chased around by men led by Phillip Vandamm. As he sets out to prove his innocence and find the real Kaplan, he is helped by Eve Kendall, who is not what she appears to be.

Role:
Man Who Misses Bus (uncredited)
Starring:
Cary Grant, James Mason, Martin Landau, Eva Marie Saint, Jessie Royce Landis, Leo G. Carroll
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Rebecca (1940)
17
4
Rebecca
17
4

A naive young woman falls in love with and marries the aristocratic widower Maxim de Winter, and upon reaching his estate, Manderley, realizes that he still loves his first wife, Rebecca, while the domineering housekeeper Mrs. Danvers is also obsessed with her. Just as she becomes consumed by inferiority complex, a sudden crisis changes the dynamics between the characters.

Role:
Man Outside Phone Booth (uncredited)
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders, Nigel Bruce, Reginald Denny
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Strangers on a Train (1951)
16
4
Strangers on a Train
TV-PG
16
4

During a train journey, amateur tennis star Guy Haines, who is trying to divorce his promiscuous wife Miriam so he could remarry, meets psychopath Bruno Antony, who proposes that the two strangers kill each other's targets. Despite not agreeing explicitly, Guy becomes the prime suspect when his wife is found murdered, with Bruno expecting him to kill his father.

Role:
Man Boarding Train Carrying a Double Bass (uncredited)
Starring:
Ruth Roman, Leo G. Carroll, Farley Granger, Robert Walker
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Rope (1948)
16
4
Rope
16
4

Two brilliant college students, Brandon Shaw and Phillip Morgan, strangle fellow classmate David Kentley as an intellectual exercise to prove their superiority. They organize a party after hiding the body in an antique chest and invite people close to David, as well as their prep-school teacher Rupert Cadell, who unwittingly inspired them and now begins to suspect them.

Role:
Man Walking in Street After Opening Credits (uncredited)
Starring:
James Stewart, Farley Granger, Dick Hogan, John Dall
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Notorious (1946)
14
3
Notorious
14
3

Alicia Huberman, the American daughter of a convicted Nazi spy, is convinced by US Government agent, T. R. Devlin, to infiltrate the Nazis by seducing Alex Sebastian. As Alicia slips further in her role as an undercover agent endangering her own life, Devlin must find a way to help her as he loves her. 

Role:
Man Drinking Champagne at Party (uncredited)
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Bea Benaderet, Cary Grant, Claude Rains, Louis Calhern
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
12
3
Shadow of a Doubt
TV-PG
12
3

Teenager Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Newton is thrilled when her namesake and favorite maternal uncle Charlie Oakley comes for a visit. But soon she notices some odd things, then two detectives come home as surveyors asking questions about Uncle Charlie. As she learns from them that he is suspected serial killer, ‘Merry Widow Murderer,’ she starts investigating, which could prove unsafe for her life.

Role:
Man on Train Playing Cards (uncredited)
Starring:
Hume Cronyn, Teresa Wright, Joseph Cotten, Macdonald Carey
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The Lady Vanishes (1938)
11
3
The Lady Vanishes
11
3

This Alfred Hitchcock directorial follows beautiful Iris Henderson on a trans-European train that gets delayed due to an avalanche. When the train resumes, Iris gets hit on head and becomes unconscious. Later, she realizes that her compartment-companion Miss Froy is missing, but other passengers refuse to ever have seen her. With co-traveler Gilbert’s help, a determined Iris tries to find Miss Froy.

Role:
Man at Victoria Station (uncredited)
Starring:
Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas, Cecil Parker, May Whitty
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The Birds (1963)
18
5
The Birds
18
5

When lawyer Mitch Brenner plays a practical joke on rich socialite Melanie Daniels, who is a known prankster, she follows him to his hometown Bodega Bay to pay him back in the same coin. Her arrival is followed by strange incidences of bird attacks which become increasingly more violent and terrifying with flocks of aggressive birds swooping down on people.

Role:
Man Walking Dogs Out of Pet Shop (uncredited)
Starring:
Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren, Jessica Tandy, Veronica Cartwright, Suzanne Pleshette
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The 39 Steps (1935)
11
3
The 39 Steps
11
3

This mystery thriller film tells the story of Richard Hannay, who while vacationing in London, gets involved with a counter-espionage Agent and tries to help him. However, when the agent is killed, and the man is accused, he must not only save himself from the police, but also stop a spy ring from stealing top secret information. 

Role:
Passerby Near the Bus (uncredited)
Starring:
Robert Donat, John Laurie, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie Mannheim
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Spellbound (1945)
10
3
Spellbound
10
3

Dr. Anthony Edwardes replaces retiring Dr. Murchison as the chief of Green Manors mental asylum. He is drawn towards psychoanalyst Dr. Constance Petersen who realizes that he is an imposter. She discovers that he is an amnesiac who fears that he has killed real Edwardes. Convinced of his innocence, Constance helps him recover his memory and find the killer of Dr. Edwardes.

Role:
Man Leaving Elevator (uncredited)
Starring:
Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman, Leo G. Carroll, Michael Chekhov
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Foreign Correspondent (1940)
9
3
Foreign Correspondent
9
3

Foreigner Correspondent is a spy thriller film which tells the story of a journalist John, whose editor sends him to Europe as a foreign correspondent. John soon stumbles on a spy ring. He decides to seek help from another journalist and the daughter of a politician.  

Role:
Man with Newspaper on Street (uncredited)
Starring:
Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall, George Sanders, Robert Benchley
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
To Catch a Thief (1955)
11
4
To Catch a Thief
11
4

Notorious jewel thief John Robie is now retired, tending his vineyards on the French Riviera. But when a series of thefts begins to take place, emulating his style, he becomes a suspect; leaving him no other option but to catch the new robber in order to clear his name and in the midst of that he also develops romantic relationship with the daughter of a rich widow. 

Role:
Man Sitting Next to John Robie on Bus (uncredited)
Starring:
Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, Jessie Royce Landis, John Williams
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
11
4
The Man Who Knew Too Much
TV-G
11
4

The Man Who Knew Too Much is a suspense thriller film, which revolves around an American family who were vacationing in French Morocco, only to be dragged into a huge conspiracy. 

Role:
Man in Marrakesh Marketplace (uncredited)
Starring:
Doris Day, Carolyn Jones, James Stewart, Bernard Miles, Brenda de Banzie
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Frenzy (1972)
10
3
Frenzy
R
10
3

London is haunted by a serial killer who murders his victims by strangling them with a necktie. Ex-Royal Air Force Officer, Richard Blaney, becomes a suspect, after his ex-wife is murdered. He is forced to go on the run, and take refuge with his best-friend. Things take a turn when he suspects that his friend may be the killer himself. 

Role:
Spectator at Opening Rally (uncredited)
Starring:
Anna Massey, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Alec McCowen, Jon Finch
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Suspicion (1941)
10
3
Suspicion
10
3

Suspicion is a 1941 romantic psychological thriller film, which revolves around a shy young heiress who gets married to a charming young gentleman. However, as time passes, she feels suspicious of him, and begins to worry that he may be trying to murder her.

Role:
Man Mailing Letter (uncredited)
Starring:
Cary Grant, Joan Fontaine, Nigel Bruce, Cedric Hardwicke
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927)
8
3
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog
8
3

A serial killer murdering blonde women is on the loose in London. Soon, a detective is put to the case hoping to put an end to the killings. The detective is dating the daughter of Mr and Mrs Bunting, and when a mysterious man arrives at the home of the Buntings, asking asking for a room to rent, the detective and the young girl suspect that he may be the killer.

Role:
Extra in Newspaper Office (uncredited)
Starring:
Reginald Gardiner, Marie Ault, Arthur Chesney, June Tripp
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
I Confess (1953)
8
3
I Confess
8
3

Father Michael Logan is a priest being suspected of murder. He soon sees that the only way to remove suspicion from himself is by violating the sanctity of the confessional.

Role:
Man Crossing the Top of Long Staircase (uncredited)
Starring:
Anne Baxter, O.E. Hasse, Karl Malden, Brian Aherne
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Marnie (1964)
10
4
Marnie
10
4

The psychological thriller by Hitchcock follows Marnie Edgar, a kleptomaniac who robs her employers and disappears. While working as Mark Rutland’s secretary, he stops her from stealing; and compels to marry him. After a disastrous honeymoon, Mark gets her past investigated through a detective. Realizing her problems, he helps her face her childhood trauma and relive repressed memories to resolve her issues. 

Role:
Man Leaving Hotel Room (uncredited)
Starring:
Sean Connery, Bruce Dern, Melody Thomas Scott, Tippi Hedren, Martin Gabel, Louise Latham
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Saboteur (1942)
9
3
Saboteur
9
3

Saboteur is a war thriller film which revolves around Barry Kane, who works at the Los Angeles aircraft factory. When he is falsely accused of disrupting the place on purpose, he decides to escape arrest in order to prove his innocence and find the actual culprit.

Role:
Man in Front of New York Drugstore (uncredited)
Starring:
Norman Lloyd, Otto Kruger, Robert Cummings, Alan Baxter
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The Trouble with Harry (1955)
9
3
The Trouble with Harry
9
3

The Trouble With Harry is a comedy mystery film, which tells the story of a dead body of a young man which appear in the residence of a small hamlet. Now locals must not only determine why and how he was killed, but what to do with the body.  

Role:
Man Walking Past Sam's Outdoor Exhibition (uncredited)
Starring:
Shirley MacLaine, Jerry Mathers, John Forsythe, Mildred Dunnock, Royal Dano, Edmund Gwenn
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Sabotage (1936)
8
3
Sabotage
8
3

An undercover detective working for Scotland Yard, gets a job at a cinema, where the manager is part of a gang planning to set off a bomb. However, things get complicated after his cover gets blown.

Role:
Man Walking Past the Cinema as the Light Is Renewed (uncredited)
Starring:
John Loder, Oskar Homolka, Sylvia Sidney, Desmond Tester
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Stage Fright (1950)
8
3
Stage Fright
8
3

Stage Fright is a thriller film which tells the story of Jonathan, who is wanted for the murder of the husband of his mistress, who is a singer. His friend Eve, who is a struggling actress, decides to help him prove his innocence, and clear his name.

Role:
Man Staring at Eve on Street (uncredited)
Starring:
Jane Wyman, Richard Todd, Marlene Dietrich, Sybil Thorndike
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Blackmail (1929)
7
3
Blackmail
7
3

Blackmail is a crime thriller film which tells the story of Alice, a young woman, who stabs an artist to death accidentally while defending herself when the latter was trying to molest her. Her life turns upside down when an unknown witness, who knows about the murder, begins to blackmail her.

Role:
Man on Subway (uncredited)
Starring:
Cyril Ritchard, John Longden, Anny Ondra, Sara Allgood
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Family Plot (1976)
8
3
Family Plot
PG
8
3

A phone psychic and her boyfriend who is a taxi driver and a private detective, is hired by an old woman to search for a missing heir in California. However, their search leads them to a pair of serial kidnappers.

Role:
Silhouette at Office of Vital Statistics (uncredited)
Starring:
William Devane, Bruce Dern, Ed Lauter, Karen Black
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Young and Innocent (1937)
7
3
Young and Innocent
7
3

An actress is murdered by her estranged husband, due to her affairs with multiple young boyfriends. One of them Robert Tisdall discovers her body on the beach, and runs to call the police, but he is mistaken to be the killer. He is arrested but eventually he manages to escape. Determined to prove his innocence, he is forced to take the help of a woman.  

Role:
Photographer Outside Courthouse (uncredited)
Starring:
Nova Pilbeam, Derrick De Marney, Percy Marmont, Edward Rigby
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)
7
3
The Man Who Knew Too Much
7
3

Bob, along with his wife Jill, is on a family vacation in Switzerland, where they meet and become friendly with a man who is staying in the same hotel. However, their life takes a dangerous turn when he is assassinated in their presence, and he passes on a secret to Jill before dying. In order to keep them silent, Bob and Jill’s daughter is kidnapped by a group of assassins.

Role:
Man in the Raincoat Passing The Bus (uncredited)
Starring:
Peter Lorre, Nova Pilbeam, Leslie Banks, Edna Best
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Torn Curtain (1966)
8
3
Torn Curtain
8
3

During the Cold War, American physicist Prof. Michael Armstrong defects to East Germany. His fiancée and assistant Sarah Sherman, who follows him to East Berlin, is shocked by his action. However, he is on a secret mission as double agent to get an important solution for a nuclear secret, before returning to the US. But Sarah’s presence makes the escape risky for both.

Role:
Man in Hotel Lobby with Baby (uncredited)
Starring:
Paul Newman, Julie Andrews, Ludwig Donath, Lila Kedrova
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The Paradine Case (1947)
7
3
The Paradine Case
7
3

Anthony Keane is an attorney who has agreed to represent Mrs. Paradine, who is being charged of murdering her wealthy husband. Due to her beauty, the lawyer finds himself quite attracted to the woman, although he has been happily married himself for eleven years. He tries to pin the crime of murder on Latour, her servant; however the plan backfires.

Role:
Man Carrying Cello Case (uncredited)
Starring:
Louis Jourdan, Ethel Barrymore, Gregory Peck, Charles Laughton, Charles Coburn
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
6
3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
TV-G
6
3

Ann and David are a married couple who live in New York City. Their lives get complicated when a county official arrives and informs David, that due to a jurisdictional mishap, their three-year-old marriage was not valid.  Things get complicated as Ann starts to feel that David might not want to marry her again.

Role:
Man Passing David Smith on Street (uncredited)
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Robert Montgomery, Jack Carson, Lucile Watson, Gene Raymond
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Murder! (1930)
6
3
Murder!
TV-PG
6
3

Actress Edna Druce is found dead and strangely, she is holding the murder weapon herself. Fellow actor Diana is suspected and eventually convicted of the murder, and she is soon about to be sentenced for execution. However John Menier, one of the jurors, thinks that she may be innocent. An actor himself, Menier decides to revisit the crime scene hoping that he can get Diana’s name cleared.  

Role:
Man on Street (uncredited)
Starring:
Herbert Marshall, Esme Percy, Norah Baring, Phyllis Konstam
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Topaz (1969)
7
3
Topaz
PG
7
3

Based on a novel of the same name, this spy thriller film revolves around a French intelligence agent who gets entangled in the politics of the Cold War, just before the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.

Role:
Man in Wheelchair at Airport (uncredited)
Starring:
John Forsythe, John Vernon, Philippe Noiret, Karin Dor, Frederick Stafford
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
The Ring (1927)
6
3
The Ring
6
3
Role:
Man-Dipping Attraction Worker (uncredited)
Starring:
Ian Hunter, Carl Brisson, Lillian Hall-Davis, Forrester Harvey
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Under Capricorn (1949)
6
3
Under Capricorn
6
3

Under Capricorn is a romantic crime drama film which tells the story of Charles, a young man, who gets reunited with Heinreita, his childhood sweetheart in Australia. However, he soon learns that she is having several problems in her life, which has made her an alcoholic. Charles helps her restore her self-confidence and they get closer and closer to one another.

Role:
Man at Governor's Reception (uncredited)
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, Denis O'Dea, Cecil Parker, Michael Wilding
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Easy Virtue (1928)
5
3
Easy Virtue
5
3
Role:
Man with Stick Near Tennis Court (uncredited)
Starring:
Ian Hunter, Isabel Jeans, Franklin Dyall, Eric Bransby Williams
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock

TV Shows

Frontline
13
2
Frontline
13
2
Starring:
Will Lyman
Directed By:
DeWitt Sage, Alfred Hitchcock, Ofra Bikel, Antony Thomas, Dan Reed
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
38
6
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
TV-14
38
6
Role:
Alfred Hitchcock - Host / ...
Starring:
Elizabeth Montgomery, Richard Chamberlain, Keenan Wynn, Clint Eastwood, Jack Klugman, Laurence Harvey, Joanne Woodward
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Television Achievement
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
17
3
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
17
3
Role:
Alfred Hitchcock - Host
Starring:
Peggy Lipton, Robert Redford, Peter Fonda, Gena Rowlands, Christopher Lee, Bob Crane, Richard Dawson
Directed By:
Suspicion
10
2
Suspicion
10
2
Starring:
William Shatner, Rory Calhoun, Rod Steiger, Charles Bronson, Agnes Moorehead, George Peppard, Warren Beatty
Directed By:
Lux Video Theatre
8
2
Lux Video Theatre
8
2
Starring:
Jayne Mansfield, James Dean, Bing Crosby, Vincent Price, Anne Bancroft, Roger Moore, Charlton Heston
Directed By:
Richard Goode, Fielder Cook, Buzz Kulik, Earl Eby, Norman Morgan
Alcoa Premiere
8
2
Alcoa Premiere
8
2
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Marion Ross, Patrick Wayne, Cliff Robertson, Cloris Leachman, Celeste Holm, Jane Wyatt
Directed By:
Startime
6
3
Startime
6
3
Starring:
Gracie Allen, Sydney Pollack, Dean Martin, Alan Young, Bobby Darin, Mary Wickes, George Burns
Directed By:
Tactic
5
3
Tactic
5
3
Role:
Himself
Starring:
William Shatner, Charles S. Cameron, Ben Grauer, Sondra Lee
Directed By:
Lynwood King

Alfred Hitchcock Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Television Achievement 1958