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Alfred Hitchcock Collection - 14-DVD Box Set (DVD) (*)
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$111.99

Original Title: The Birds / Family Plot / Frenzy / The Man Who Knew Too Much / Marnie / Rear Window / Saboteur / Shadow of a Doubt / Topaz / Torn Curtain / The Trouble with Harry / Rope / Vertigo / Psycho
Screened, competed or awarded at:
BAFTA Awards
Cannes Film Festival
Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain
Edgar Allan Poe Awards
Golden Globes
Oscar Academy Awards
Other Film Festival Awards


Language Selections:
English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 )
English ( Dolby Digital 5.1 )
English ( Mono )
English ( Subtitles )


Product Origin/Format:
United Kingdom ( PAL/Region 2.4 )

Running Time:
1550 min + 49 min extras

Aspect Ratio:
Fullscreen

Special Features:
Anamorphic Widescreen
Box Set
Interactive Menu
Multi-DVD Set
Scene Access


Movie filmed in 1942 - 1976 and produced in:
United States ( USA, Canada )


Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock


Written By:
Daphne Du Maurier
Evan Hunter
Ernest Lehman
Victor Canning
Arthur La Bern
Anthony Shaffer
John Michael Hayes
Charles Bennett
Winston Graham
Jay Presson Allen
Cornell Woolrich
Peter Viertel
Joan Harrison
Thornton Wilder
Sally Benson
Leon Uris
Samuel A. Taylor
Brian Moore
Jack Trevor Story
Patrick Hamilton
Hume Cronyn
Alec Coppel
Joseph Stefano
Robert Bloch


Actors:
Rod Taylor ..... Mitch Brenner
Jessica Tandy ..... Lydia Brenner
Suzanne Pleshette ..... Annie Hayworth
Tippi Hedren ..... Melanie Daniels
Veronica Cartwright ..... Cathy Brenner
Ethel Griffies ..... Mrs. Bundy, elderly ornithologist
Charles McGraw ..... Sebastian Sholes, fisherman in diner
Ruth McDevitt ..... Mrs. MacGruder, pet store clerk
Lonny Chapman ..... Deke Carter, cook in diner
Joe Mantell ..... Traveling salesman at diner's bar
Doodles Weaver ..... Fisherman helping with rental boat
Malcolm Atterbury ..... Deputy Al Malone
John McGovern ..... Postal clerk
Karl Swenson ..... Doomsayer in diner
Richard Deacon ..... Mitch's city neighbor
Barbara Harris ..... Blanche Tyler
Bruce Dern ..... George Lumley
Karen Black ..... Fran
William Devane ..... Arthur Adamson aka Edward Shoebridge
Ed Lauter ..... Joseph P. Maloney
Cathleen Nesbitt ..... Julia Rainbird
Katherine Helmond ..... Mrs. Maloney
Warren J. Kemmerling ..... Grandison
Edith Atwater ..... Mrs. Clay
William Prince ..... Bishop Wood
Nicholas Colasanto ..... Constantine
Marge Redmond ..... Vera Hannagan
John Lehne ..... Andy Bush
Charles Tyner ..... Wheeler - Stone Cutter
Alexander Lockwood ..... Parson at Funeral
Jon Finch ..... Richard Blaney
Barry Foster ..... Robert Rusk
Barbara Leigh-Hunt ..... Brenda Blaney
Anna Massey ..... Babs Milligan
Alec McCowen ..... Chief Inspector Oxford
Vivien Merchant ..... Mrs. Oxford
Billie Whitelaw ..... Hetty Porter
Clive Swift ..... Johnny Porter
Bernard Cribbins ..... Felix Forsythe
Michael Bates ..... Sergeant Spearman
Jean Marsh ..... Monica Barling
John Boxer ..... Sir George
Madge Ryan ..... Mrs. Davison
George Tovey ..... Neville Salt
Elsie Randolph ..... Gladys
James Stewart ..... Dr. Benjamin 'Ben' McKenna
Doris Day ..... Josephine Conway 'Jo' McKenna
Brenda De Banzie ..... Lucy Drayton (as Brenda de Banzie)
Bernard Miles ..... Edward Drayton
Ralph Truman ..... Inspector Buchanan
Daniel Gélin ..... Louis Bernard
Mogens Wieth ..... Ambassador
Alan Mowbray ..... Val Parnell
Hillary Brooke ..... Jan Peterson
Christopher Olsen ..... Henry 'Hank' McKenna
Reggie Nalder ..... Rien
Richard Wattis ..... Assistant Manager
Noel Willman ..... Woburn
Alix Talton ..... Helen Parnell
Yves Brainville ..... Police Inspector
Tippi Hedren ..... Marnie Edgar
Sean Connery ..... Mark Rutland
Diane Baker ..... Lil Mainwaring
Martin Gabel ..... Sidney Strutt
Louise Latham ..... Bernice Edgar
Bob Sweeney ..... Cousin Bob
Milton Selzer ..... Man at Track
Mariette Hartley ..... Susan Clabon
Alan Napier ..... Mr. Rutland
Bruce Dern ..... Sailor
Henry Beckman ..... First Detective
S. John Launer ..... Sam Ward
Edith Evanson ..... Rita, Cleaning Woman
Meg Wyllie ..... Mrs. Turpin
James Stewart ..... L. B. 'Jeff' Jefferies
Grace Kelly ..... Lisa Carol Fremont
Wendell Corey ..... Det. Lt. Thomas J. Doyle
Thelma Ritter ..... Stella
Raymond Burr ..... Lars Thorwald
Judith Evelyn ..... Miss Lonelyhearts
Ross Bagdasarian ..... Songwriter
Georgine Darcy ..... Miss Torso
Sara Berner ..... Wife living above Thorwalds
Frank Cady ..... Husband living above Thorwalds
Jesslyn Fax ..... Sculpting neighbor with hearing aid
Rand Harper ..... Newlywed man
Irene Winston ..... Mrs. Anna Thorwald
Havis Davenport ..... Newlywed woman
Marla English ..... Girl at songwriter's party
Priscilla Lane ..... Patricia 'Pat' Martin
Robert Cummings ..... Barry Kane
Otto Kruger ..... Charles Tobin
Alan Baxter ..... Freeman
Clem Bevans ..... Neilson
Norman Lloyd ..... Frank Fry
Alma Kruger ..... Mrs. Sutton
Vaughan Glaser ..... Phillip Martin
Dorothy Peterson ..... Mrs. Mason
Ian Wolfe ..... Robert
Frances Carson ..... Society Woman
Murray Alper ..... Truck Driver
Kathryn Adams ..... Young Mother
Pedro de Cordoba ..... Bones - Circus Troupe
Billy Curtis ..... Midget - Circus Troupe
Teresa Wright ..... Charlotte 'Charlie' Newton
Joseph Cotten ..... Uncle Charlie Oakley
Macdonald Carey ..... Jack Graham
Henry Travers ..... Joseph Newton
Patricia Collinge ..... Emma Newton
Hume Cronyn ..... Herbie Hawkins
Wallace Ford ..... Fred Saunders
Edna May Wonacott ..... Ann Newton
Charles Bates ..... Roger Newton
Irving Bacon ..... Station Master
Clarence Muse ..... Pullman Porter
Janet Shaw ..... Waitress Louise Finch
Estelle Jewell ..... Catherine
Frederick Stafford ..... Andre Devereaux
Dany Robin ..... Nicole Devereaux
John Vernon ..... Rico Parra
Karin Dor ..... Juanita de Cordoba
Michel Piccoli ..... Jacques Granville
Philippe Noiret ..... Henri Jarre
Claude Jade ..... Michele Picard
Michel Subor ..... Francois Picard
Roscoe Lee Browne ..... Philippe Dubois
Per-Axel Arosenius ..... Boris Kusenov
John Forsythe ..... Michael Nordstrom
Edmon Ryan ..... McKittreck
Sonja Kolthoff ..... Mrs. Kusenov
Tina Hedström ..... Tamara Kusenov (as Tina Hedstrom)
John Van Dreelen ..... Claude Martin
Paul Newman ..... Professor Michael Armstrong
Julie Andrews ..... Sarah Sherman
Lila Kedrova ..... Countess Kuchinska
Hansjörg Felmy ..... Heinrich Gerhard
Tamara Toumanova ..... Ballerina
Ludwig Donath ..... Professor Gustav Lindt
Wolfgang Kieling ..... Hermann Gromek
Günter Strack ..... Professor Karl Manfred
David Opatoshu ..... Mr. Jacobi
Gisela Fischer ..... Dr. Koska
Mort Mills ..... Farmer
Carolyn Conwell ..... Farmer's Wife
Arthur Gould-Porter ..... Freddy - the Bookseller
Gloria Gorvin ..... Fräulein Mann
Edmund Gwenn ..... Capt. Albert Wiles
John Forsythe ..... Sam Marlowe
Mildred Natwick ..... Miss Ivy Gravely
Mildred Dunnock ..... Mrs. Wiggs
Jerry Mathers ..... Arnie Rogers
Royal Dano ..... Deputy Sheriff Calvin Wiggs
Parker Fennelly ..... Millionaire
Barry Macollum ..... Tramp
Dwight Marfield ..... Dr. Greenbow
Shirley MacLaine ..... Jennifer Rogers
James Stewart ..... Rupert Cadell
John Dall ..... Brandon Shaw
Farley Granger ..... Phillip Morgan
Cedric Hardwicke ..... Mr. Kentley
Constance Collier ..... Mrs. Atwater
Douglas Dick ..... Kenneth Lawrence
Edith Evanson ..... Mrs. Wilson
Dick Hogan ..... David Kentley
Joan Chandler ..... Janet Walker
James Stewart ..... John 'Scottie' Ferguson
Kim Novak ..... Madeleine Elster
Judy Barton ..... Midge Wood
Barbara Bel Geddes ..... Gavin Elster
Tom Helmore ..... Coroner
Henry Jones ..... Scottie's Doctor
Raymond Bailey ..... Manager of McKittrick Hotel
Ellen Corby ..... Pop Leibel
Konstantin Shayne ..... Car Owner Mistaken for Madeleine
Lee Patrick
Anthony Perkins ..... Norman Bates
Vera Miles ..... Lila Crane
John Gavin ..... Sam Loomis
Martin Balsam ..... Milton Arbogast
John McIntire ..... Deputy Sheriff Al Chambers
Simon Oakland ..... Dr. Fred Richmond
Vaughn Taylor ..... George Lowery
Frank Albertson ..... Tom Cassidy
Lurene Tuttle ..... Mrs. Chambers
Patricia Hitchcock ..... Caroline
John Anderson ..... California Charlie
Mort Mills ..... Highway Patrol Officer
Janet Leigh ..... Marion Crane


Synopsis:
***WARNING***ALL DVD TITLES CONTAIN ENGLISH AUDIO & ENGLISH SUBTITLES***OTHER LANGUAGE OPTIONS VARY BY TITLE***DVD TITLE - PSYCHO - REGION 2 ONLY***
From the 'Master of Suspense', this box set features many of his very best films.

Titles comprise:

1. Vertigo
2. The Birds
3. Rear Window
4. Marnie
5. Frenzy
6. Topaz
7. The Trouble With Harry
8. Torn Curtain
9. Psycho: Special Edition (includes the Bonus disc the Hitchcock legacy)
10. Family Plot
11. Saboteur
12. Shadow Of A Doubt
13. The Man Who Knew Too Much
14. Rope

***WARNING***ALL DVD TITLES CONTAIN ENGLISH AUDIO & ENGLISH SUBTITLES***OTHER LANGUAGE OPTIONS VARY BY TITLE***DVD TITLE - PSYCHO - REGION 2 ONLY***
The Birds (1963)
Wealthy reformed party girl Melanie Daniels enjoys a brief flirtation with lawyer Mitch Brenner in a San Francisco pet shop and decides to follow him to his Bodega Bay home. Bearing a gift of two lovebirds, Melanie quickly strikes up a romance with Mitch while contending with his possessive mother and boarding at his ex-girlfriend's house. One day, during a birthday party for Mitch's younger sister, a flock of birds attacks the children in what seems to be a random incident. In fact, it signals the beginning of a massive and organized avian assault on the residents of the town--a mysterious assault that no one can explain...and from which no one might come out alive.

Family Plot (1976)
Starring Bruce Dern, Barbara Harris, Wiliiam Devane, and Karen Black, Family Plot is the story of a cabbie and a psychic who team up to find a dead man who's not really dead, in exchange for a $10,000 reward. In the process, their lives become intertwined with a larcenous jewel merchant and his beautiful 'Woman in Black'. Needless to say, there are kidnappings, murder attempts, laughs, and plenty of Hitchcock's famous twists before the 'Family Plot' is finally revealed.

Frenzy (1972)
In modern-day London, a sex criminal known as the Necktie Murderer has the police on alert, and in typical Hitchcock fashion, their trail is leading to an innocent man, who must now elude the law and prove his innocence by finding the real murderer. Jon Finch, Alec McCowen, and Barry Foster head the British cast in this thriller that alternates suspense scenes with moments of Hitchcock's distinctive black humor. Frenzy marked Hitchcock's return to his native England after almost twenty years. A morbid blend of humor and horror, Hitchcock makes the film intensely suspenseful and at times forces the audience to identify with the vicious murderer.

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
James Stewart and Doris Day star in this exciting Hitchcock suspense yarn complete with murder, assassination plots, kidnapping and a hair raising climax. Dr Ben Mackenna (Stewart) and his wife Jo (Day) take their ten year old son on holiday to Morocco and get caught up in a web of intrigue when he is kidnapped. They are forced to travel to London to find him, which results in a memorable murder sequence at the Royal Albert Hall. 'Que Sera Sera', sung by Doris Day, won an Oscar (Best Song 1955).

Marnie (1964)
A psychological mystery thriller from the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. Kleptomaniac Marnie Edgar (Tippi Hedren), who moves from job to job and has a pathological fear of the color red, is caught stealing by her latest employer Mark Rutland (Sean Connery). Instead of turning her over to the police, Mark forces Marnie to marry him, convinced that he can get to the bottom of her psychosis...

Rear Window (1954)
L.B. Jeffries (Stewart), a photographer with a broken leg, takes up the fine art of spying on his Greenwich Village neighbours during a summer heat wave. But things really hot up when he suspects one neighbour of murdering his invalid wife and burying the body in a flower garden.

Saboteur (1942)
Alfred Hitchcock's exciting 1942 wartime thriller stars Robert Cummings as a Los Angeles aircraft factory-worker who witnesses his plant's firebombing by a Nazi agent. During the deadly explosion, Cummings's best friend is killed and he, himself, is wrongly accused of sabotage. To clear his name, Cummings begins a relentless cross-country chase that finally leads to a harrowing confrontation atop the Statue of Liberty. Hitchcock's first film with an all-American cast moves with breakneck speed towards its spine-tingling climax to create a riveting masterpiece of suspense.

Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
When Uncle Charlie comes to visit his relatives in the sleepy town of Santa Rosa, the foundation is laid for one of his most engaging and suspenseful excursions. Joseph Cotton stars as the charming Uncle Charlie, a beguiling killer who travels from Philadelphiaito California just one step ahead of the law. But soon his unknowing niece and namesake, 'Young Charlie' (Teresa Wright), begins to suspect her uncle of being the Merry Widow murderer, and a deadly game of cat-and-mouse begins. As his niece draws closer to the truth, the psychopathic killer has no choice but to plot the death of his favorite relative in one of Hitchcock's most riveting psychological thrillers.

Topaz (1969)
John Forsythe stars as an American CIA agent who learns of Cuban missiles and a NATO spy by the code name of 'Topaz' from a defecting Russian. He enlists the aid of a French agent named Devereaux (Frederick Stafford), who helps him uncover the espionage, but leaves in his wake a trail of shaken governments, murder, betrayal and suicide...

Torn Curtain (1966)
One of the recurring themes of Alfred Hitchcock's movies is the plight of a common, decent man caught in uncommon circumstances. 'Torn Curtain' is no exception. In this reaction to James Bondism, Paul Newman plays world famous scientist Michael Armstrong who goes to an international congress of physics in Copenhagen with his fiancee/assistant Sarah Sherman (Julie Andrews). While there, she mistakenly picks up a message meant for him, and discovers that he is defecting to East Berlin in order to get funding for his pet project. Or is he? That's the answer Sarah and the audience discover as 'Hitch' directs this action thriller behind the Iron Curtain...

The Trouble with Harry (1955)
What is The Trouble With Harry? Well, it's the fact that he's dead, and while no-one really minds, everybody thinks they are responsible. After several unearthings of the corpse, plenty of humour a la Hitchcock, and love affairs between the major characters, the real cause of death is revealed, and Harry troubles no-one again. It's a delightful romp and a decidedly different movie from the Master of Suspense.

Rope (1948)
James Stewart stars with Farley Granger and John Dall in this highly charged 1948 Alfred Hitchcock thriller that has intrigued fans because of its chilling subject, based on a true story, and its unique 'unedited' cinematic style. Granger and Dall are two friends who strangle a classmate for intellectual thrills and then proceed to invite his family and mutual friends for dinner - with the body stuffed inside the trunk they use for a buffet table. Their former teacher (Stewart) suspects wrongdoing. Before the night is over, he finds out how brutally his students have twisted his own academic theories.

Vertigo (1958)
Considered by many to be director Alfred Hitchcock's greatest achievement comes this fully restored and remastered version of the haunting film classic. This special release also contains a restoration trailer and revealing documentary footage, a must for collectors. Set in San Francisco, James Stewart portrays and acrophobic detective hired to trail a friend's suicidal wife (Novak). After he successfully rescues her from a leap into the bay, he finds himself becoming obsessed with the beautiful and troubled woman...

Psycho (1960)
Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece of the macabre stars Anthony perkins as the troubled Norman Bates, whose 'old dark house' and adjoining motel are not the place to spend a quiet evening. No-one knows that better than Janet Leigh, the film's ill-fated heroine who is victimised in the now-notorious 'shower scene'. vera Miles, Martin Balslam, John Gavin and John McIntire co-star in Hitchcock's most compelling and terrifying film. Screenplay by Joseph Stefano.

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