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View Poll Results: My AH`s fave movie is:
Rebecca (1940 ) 4 8.89%
Notorious (1946) 3 6.67%
Rope (1948) 1 2.22%
Rear Window (1954) 12 26.67%
The man who knew too much(1956) 4 8.89%
Vertigo (1958) 13 28.89%
Psycho (1960) 19 42.22%
The Birds (1963) 9 20.00%
Torn curtain (1966) 1 2.22%
Other 7 15.56%
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post #1 of 60 (permalink) Old Apr 20th, 2011, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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Favourite Alfred Hitchcock`s movie?

Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock.

what a legend.
I was searched around here and there is no thread about him or his movies.
He is probably my fave director, so it will be like some dedication.

I named 9 of his movies in poll/from Hollywood era/, 10th will be ,,other" as usual.
So, what his movie You like the most and why?


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As You see, I put Hollywood era in the list, maybe because it is most known.
But also, he directed such great movies for British market, such as ,,Frenzy".

EDIT: Question was- what is your fave MOVIE, but I put Multiple answers, so
it should be questioned as MOVIES, but okay.

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Psycho

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* Favourite.

Rear Window or Vertigo is my favourite movie of all-time


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Rear Window..I remember I got a D on a paper I did on it in high school

Also loved Strangers on a Train and North by Northwest
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* Favourite.

Rear Window or Vertigo is my favourite movie of all-time

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Vertigo.
Don't get the hype for Rope
Want to watch Rebecca but don't have time


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looks like I don`t know how to change thread name
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Rebecca
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good idea for a poll

it's psycho for me.


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looks like I don`t know how to change thread name
edit your 1st post.


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'Go Advanced' and you can change the title.

For me it's 'Shadow of a doubt' (1942) Teresa Wright is in there and overall theme and suspense is fantastic

From the poll I'll choose 'Rear Window'
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Rope, The man who knew too much, Torn curtain aren't the best, I think.
Strangers on a Train, Shadow of a Doubt, North by Northwest should represent better his body of works
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Rope, The man who knew too much, Torn curtain aren't the best, I think.
Strangers on a Train, Shadow of a Doubt, North by Northwest should represent better his body of works

Somehow I just adore ,,Man who knew too much".
Doris Day was brilliant there, maybe it`s because of her, don`t know.
But that one is in my top-3 of his his movies.
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