Alfred Hitchcock

Born:  August 13, 1899, Leytonestone, England

Died:  April 29, 1980, Bel Air, California

 

1922:  Number 13

1925:  The Pleasure Garden

1926:  The Mountain Eagle

1927:  The Lodger, The Ring, When Boys Leave Home

1928:  The Farmer’s Wife, Easy Virtue, Champagne

1929:  The Manxman, Blackmail

1930:  Elstree Calling, The Shame of Mary Boyle, Murder!

1931:  The Skin Game, Mary, East of Shanghai

1932:  Number 17

1934:  Strauss’ Great Waltz, The Man Who Knew Too Much

1935:  The 39 Steps

1936:  Secret Agent, Sabotage

1937:  The Girl Was Young

1938:  The Lady Vanishes

1939:  Jamaica Inn

1940:  Rebecca, Foreign Correspondent

1941:  Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Suspicion

1942:  Saboteur

1943:  Shadow of a Doubt

1944:  Lifeboat

1945:  Spellbound

1946:  Notorious

1947:  The Paradine Case

1948:  Rope

1949:  Under Capricorn

1950:  Stage Fright

1951:  Strangers On A Train

1953:  I Confess

1954:  Dial M For Murder, Rear Window

1955:  To Catch A Thief, The Trouble With Harry

1956:  The Man Who Knew Too Much, The Wrong Man

1958:  Vertigo

1959:  North By Northwest

1960:  Psycho

1963:  The Birds

1964:  Marnie

1966:  Torn Curtain

1969:  Topaz

1972:  Frenzy

1976:  Family Plot

 

Academy Award:  Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award (1967)
Nominations:  Best Director, Rebecca (1940); Lifeboat (1944); Spellbound (1945); Rear Window (1954); Psycho (1960)

Cannes Film Festival Nominations:  In competition, Notorious (1946); I Confess (1952); The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

Golden Globe Award:  Television Achievement, Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1957); Cecil B. DeMille Award (1971)
Nomination:  Best Director, Frenzy (1972)

Venice Film Festival Award Nominations:  In Competition, Spellbound (1947); Rear Window (1954); To Catch A Thief (1955)

 

Photo by James Vaughan