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Program:  Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Broadcast History:
First Telecast: October 2, 1955
Last Telecast: June 26, 1962
Network(s): CBS (First five seasons) / NBC 1960-62
Currently Airs  On:
Occasionally seen on
Trio Popular Arts TV
Previously Shown On: TV Land
Alfred Hitchcock Hour shows on Hallmark  5/2003
Available Formats: VHS / DVD
Related Links: (none)
This theme song, and over 60 others, are on the CD: Television's Greatest Hits, Vol.1: From the 50's and 60's

Alfred Hitchcock Presents Resources

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Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Season One [DVD](1955) DVD
All 39 episodes from the series's debut season--including "Revenge" (with Vera Miles), "The Cheney Vase" (with Darren McGavin), "You Got to Have Luck" (with John Cassavetes), "And So Died Riabouchinska" (with Charles Bronson and Claude Rains), and "Safe Conduct" (with Werner Klemperer and John Banner)--are collected in a three-disc set. 16 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; featurette.

Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Season Two [DVD](1956) All 39 episodes from the series's second season--including "Kill with Kindness" (with Hume Cronyn), "Toby" (with Jessica Tandy), "Number Twenty-Two" (with Rip Torn), "A Man Greatly Beloved" (with Cedric Hardwicke), "The Indestructible Mr. Weems" (with Robert Middleton), and "A Little Sleep" (with Vic Morrow)--are collected in a five-disc set. 17 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH).

Alfred Hitchcock Presents VHS
Double bill of tales from Hitch's Emmy-winning 1955-62 suspense anthology series opens with a fired art gallery worker's plan to rob a widow of a priceless artifact in "The Cheney Vase," with Darren McGavin and Carolyn Jones. Next, runaway Brandon De Wilde falls in with a circus magician whose cheating wife schemes to have him killed in "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," the episode deemed too controversial to air on network TV. 57 min.

Alfred Hitchcock Present DVD (Out of Print Click Search)
Contains the following three classic "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" television programs: "Lamb to the Slaughter," (1958); "The Case of Mr. Pelham," (1955) and "Banquo's Chair." (1959)

Study the Art of Hitch

1. Footsteps in the Fog: Alfred Hitchcock's San Francisco -- by Jeff Kraft, et al; Paperback
2. The Art of Alfred Hitchcock: Fifty Years of His Motion Pictures -- by Donald Spoto; Paperback
3. The Secret of Terror Castle (Three Investigators, No 1) -- by Robert Arthur, Reginald Clarke (Introduction); Paperback

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Alfred Hitchcock's "Bon Voyage" And "Aventure Malgache" [DVD](1944) DVD
Alfred Hitchcock's "Bon Voyage" And "Aventure Malgache"(1944) VHS
Unseen in the U.S. and banned in Europe for decades, these two short films were directed by Hitchcock for the French Resistance in World War II. "Bon Voyage" concerns a Scottish flier recalling how Resistance fighters helped him escape from a German POW camp; and "Aventure Malgache" follows a Free French leader battling Vichy corruption in occupied Madagascar. 58 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: French mono; Subtitles: English; scene access.

Alfred Hitchcock: Master Of Suspense (1973) VHS
This documentary focuses on the life and work of the legendary director of such movies as "Rear Window," "North by Northwest," "Psycho" and "The Birds." Clips from Hitchcock's classic films and interviews with colleagues and co-workers are featured, and Hitch himself discusses the fine art of scaring audiences. Cliff Robertson narrates. 58 min.

Alfred Hitchcock: The Collection #1 (Seven-Disc Set) [DVD] DVD
Includes "Number 17," "The Ring," "Young and Innocent," "The Cheney Vase," "Secret Agent," "The Skin Game," "The Manxman," "The 39 Steps" and "Jamaica Inn."

Alfred Hitchcock: The Collection #2 (Seven-Disc Set) [DVD] DVD
Includes "Rich and Strange," "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (1934), "Blackmail," "Easy Virtue," "Sabotage," "The Lady Vanishes," "The Farmer's Wife" and "Murder."

Alfred Hitchcock: The Early Years: Boxed Set [DVD] DVD
Twenty-three hours of Hitchcock's early black-and-white thrillers have been packed into a 14-disc set. Includes "Blackmail," "Easy Virtue," "The Farmer's Wife," "Jamaica Inn," "The Lady Vanishes," "The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)," "The Manxman," "Murder," "Number 17," "Rich and Famous," "The Ring," "Sabotage," "The Secret Agent," "The Skin Game," "The 39 Steps" and "Young and Innocent," plus two episodes from Hitch's TV series, "The Cheney Vase" and "The Sorcerer's Apprentice."

The Alfred Hitchcock Collection VHS
The master of screen suspense is spotlighted with a deluxe 14-tape boxed set. Along with the films "The Birds," "Family Plot," "Frenzy," "The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)," "Marnie," "Psycho," "Rope," "Saboteur," "Shadow of a Doubt," "Topaz," "Torn Curtain," "The Trouble with Harry" and "Vertigo," you'll also get the exclusive "Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Vol. 1," featuring the TV episodes "Back for Christmas," "Banquo's Chair," "The Case of Mr. Pelham" and "Lamb to the Slaughter."

The Alfred Hitchcock Collection, Vol. 1 (Three-Disc Set) [DVD] DVD
Includes collector's editions of "Vertigo" and "Psycho"; four episodes from "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" ("Lamb to the Slaughter," "The Case of Mr. Pelham," "Banquo's Chair" and "Back for Christmas"). Standard and Widescreen; Soundtrack: English 5.1 and Dolby mono; Subtitles: French, Spanish; biographies; audio commentary; documentary; production notes; newsreel footage; film highlights; foreign ending.

The Alfred Hitchcock Collection, Vol. 2 (Three-Disc Set) [DVD] DVD
Includes "Rear Window," "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (1956) and six episodes from "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" ("Arthur," "The Crystal Trench," "The Horseplayer," "Mrs. Bixby," "The Colonel's Coat" and "Bang, You're Dead").

The Genius Of Alfred Hitchcock: The Early Thrillers Boxed Set VHS
Follow Hitchcock's evolution into Britain's top suspense filmmaker with this seven-tape collection that includes "Blackmail," "The Lady Vanishes," "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (1934), "Number Seventeen," "Sabotage," "The Secret Agent" and "The 39 Steps."

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Hitchcock Movies

Notorious(1946) VHS
Spellbound(1945) VHS
Lifeboat(1944) VHS
The Paradine Case(1948) VHS
Mr. And Mrs. Smith(1941) VHS
To Catch A Thief(1955) VHS
The Birds(1963) VHS
Frenzy(1972) VHS
Psycho(1960) VHS
Family Plot(1976) VHS
Torn Curtain(1966) VHS
Rear Window(1954) VHS
Vertigo(1958) VHS
The Man Who Knew Too Much(1956) VHS
The Trouble With Harry(1955) VHS
Rope(1948) VHS
Saboteur(1942) VHS
Marnie(1964) VHS
Shadow Of A Doubt(1943) VHS
Vertigo (Letterboxed Version) VHS
Psycho (Letterboxed Version) VHS
Topaz(1967) VHS
The Lodger(1926) VHS
The Manxman(1929) VHS
The Lady Vanishes(1938) VHS
Rich And Strange(1932) VHS
Juno And The Paycock(1930) VHS
The Man Who Knew Too Much(1934) VHS
Sabotage(1936) VHS
The 39 Steps(1935) VHS
Jamaica Inn(1939) VHS
The Skin Game(1931) VHS
North By Northwest (Letterboxed Version) VHS
North By Northwest(1959) VHS
Champagne(1928) VHS
Suspicion(1941) VHS
Dial M For Murder(1954) VHS
The Wrong Man(1956) VHS
I Confess(1953) VHS
Stage Fright(1950) VHS
Foreign Correspondent(1940) VHS
Strangers On A Train (Restored British Version)(1951) VHS
The Secret Agent(1936) VHS
The Lady Vanishes(1938) VHS
Jamaica Inn(1939) VHS
Young And Innocent(1937) VHS
Easy Virtue(1927) VHS
Number Seventeen(1932) VHS
Blackmail(1929) VHS
The Farmer's Wife(1930) VHS
Murder(1930) VHS
Alfred Hitchcock's "Bon Voyage" And "Aventure Malgache"(1944) VHS
Strangers On A Train: Dual Version Edition [DVD](1951) DVD
Alfred Hitchcock's "Bon Voyage" And "Aventure Malgache" [DVD](1944) DVD
The Lady Vanishes (Special Edition) [DVD] DVD
Vertigo (Collector's Edition) [DVD](1958) DVD
Psycho [DVD](1960) DVD
Sabotage (1936)/The Lodger [DVD](1926) DVD
Murder [DVD](1930) DVD
The Man Who Knew Too Much [DVD](1934) DVD
The Secret Agent [DVD](1936) DVD
The 39 Steps [DVD](1935) DVD
Number 17 (1932)/The Ring [DVD](1928) DVD
Jamaica Inn [DVD](1939) DVD
The 39 Steps (Criterion Collection) [DVD](1935) DVD
Jamaica Inn [DVD](1939) DVD
Notorious [DVD](1946) DVD
The Lady Vanishes [DVD](1938) DVD
The Farmer's Wife [DVD](1930) DVD
Blackmail (1929)/Easy Virtue [DVD](1927) DVD
Rich And Strange (1932)/The Sorcerer's Apprentice [DVD](1932) DVD
The Birds [DVD](1963) DVD
North By Northwest [DVD](1959) DVD
The Secret Agent/Sabotage [DVD](1936) DVD
Young And Innocent (1937)/The Man Who Knew Too Much [DVD](1934) DVD
Jamaica Inn (1939)/Rich And Strange [DVD](1932) DVD
Juno And The Paycock (1930)/Blackmail [DVD](1929) DVD
Rear Window [DVD](1954) DVD
Topaz [DVD](1967) DVD
The Lodger (1926)/Murder [DVD](1930) DVD
Notorious (Special Edition) [DVD] DVD
Sabotage [DVD](1936) DVD
Rebecca (Special Edition) [DVD] DVD
North By Northwest (Special Edition) [DVD](1959) DVD
To Catch A Thief [DVD](1955) DVD
Spellbound (Special Edition) [DVD](1945) DVD

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