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The Wrong Man, 1956 - Henry Fonda is so good in this movie! And it is a Hitchcock movie, so the suspense continues to the end!

Foreign Correspondent Movie Poster 1940

Foreign Correspondent Movie Poster 1940

The Man who Knew too Much movie poster #movietwit #MovieBuff #MovieReview #movietalk #movieposters

The Man who Knew too Much movie poster #movietwit #MovieBuff #MovieReview #movietalk #movieposters

Woman on the Run is a 1950 black-and-white film noir directed by Norman Foster and featuring Ann Sheridan, Dennis O'Keefe, Robert Keith and Ross Elliott

Woman on the Run (Norman Foster, - starring Ann Sheridan and Dennis O'Keefe - Frank Johnson flees police after becoming an eyewitness to murder. He is pursued around scenic San Francisco by his wife, a reporter, the police, and. the real murderer.

The Lady Vanishes (Hitchcock, 1938) I love this movie, a mystery about the English & spent on a train, which I love

The Lady Vanishes - Alfred Hitchcock directs Dame May Whitty, Michael Redgrave and Margaret Lockwood. I love early Hitchcock. He got darker as he progressed but the early films are as much comedy as suspense and a lot of fun.

5/19/14  12:56  ''The 39 Steps"    Robert Donat   Madeleine Carroll   Director Alfred  Hitchcock  1935

At the Movies: The 39 Steps

Alfred Hitchcock's Rope (1948)

13 killer films that take place in just one room

Lifeboat (1944) - cameo @ 0:25 in the " before" and "after" pictures in the newspaper ad for Reduso Obesity Slayer

Lifeboat Alfred Hitchcock 1944 Movie Poster Image Download Classic Movie Prints No 875

LIFEBOAT - Tallulah Bankhead - William Bendix - Walter Slezak - Marion Anderson - John Hodiak - Henry Hull - Heather Angel - Hume Cronyn - Canada Lee - Directed by Alfred Hitchcock - Century-Fox.

150 Creative Movie Posters- unstage

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Karen Black, Bruce Dern, Barbara Harris, William Devane. A phony psychic/con artist and her taxi driver/private investigator boyfriend encounter a pair of serial kidnappers while trailing a missing heir in California.

Smash-Up: The story of a woman, Susan Haywardhttp://www.mildredsfatburgers.com/the-blog/too-much-time-not-enough-booze

Felt like a bit of color and despair today, and even though Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman is in glorious black and white, Susan Hayward is always in color to me. The story is allegedly based.

Alfred Hitchcock's first version of "The Man who Knew Too Much": Trade Show early release poster for December 4, 1934 ahead of February 4, 1935 general release.

Alfred Hitchcock's first version of "The Man who Knew Too Much": Trade Show early release poster for December 1934 ahead of February 1935 general release.

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