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The British Film Institue Looking For Missing Alfred Hitchcock Film

Buzz In: What's Your Favorite Alfred Hitchcock Movie?

No matter how I feel about the gore and jump-scares of modern horror films, I do consider myself a fan of well-made ones, looking to legendary director Alfred Hitchcock as the king of them. I've seen — and adore — many Hitchcock movies, so naturally I'm interested in The Mountain Eagle. Never heard of it? That's because it's missing, and The British Film Institute is trying to find it.

Hitchcock himself described it as "awful," but I don't care. I'm still curious about it, and doubt that anything that the "Master of Suspense" made would be bad. In fact, my Hitchcock favorites are many: I could watch Vertigo and The Birds over and over again and never tire of either (black crows still weird me out, by the way). What are your favorite Hitchcock films?

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Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 6 years
I've liked the ones I've already seen like Vertigo, The Birds, Rebecca and more. I still have some I mean to see that I haven't gotten around to.
bigestivediscuit bigestivediscuit 6 years
Vertigo!
lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
Wow; that's a really hard one (that's what she said - hahaha)! I am a huge Hitchcock fan and I have a lot of favorite. I think Vertigo is probably his best-made movie (and that is the general consensus) but I would have to say my favorites are Rope and Psycho (one of the best movies as an art form ever). I also really love The Trouble with Harry and The Man Who Knew Too Much - ahh; that is way too difficult of a question to answer....
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 6 years
Psycho!
wackdoodle wackdoodle 6 years
My all time favorite is "The Trouble with Harry" which was the feature film debut of Shirley MacLaine whom I adore. 2nd favorite is Vertigo cause its set in SF and darn near every building or outdoor scene in the film that wasn't on a soundstage is someplace I've been to or is right next to where I live.
fleurfairy fleurfairy 6 years
Rebecca. That movie is such a classic. I watch it whenever it's on TV.
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