Arguably the most famous of all film directors, Hitchcock was very likely also the most interviewed; his career total is probably more than 1,000 interviews. This collection presents us with some gems from throughout the five decades of Hitchcock's career, showing us his views on various topics.
Close the doors. Shut the blinds. Turn out the lights. Make that room dark. Get ready for Alfred Hitchcock Presents Ghost Stories for Young People. Originally recorded in 1962, the album features 11 ghost stories introduced by Hitchcock himself and then read by actor John Allen. If you were a kid during the early '60s, this may bring back some very good memories.
The Buntings take in a very reclusive boarder; but is there a connection between the recent wave of Ripper-like murders and the lodger? This spectacular radio version of Hitchcock's 1927 film of the same title stars Herbert Marshall.
This spectacular radio version of Hitchcock's 1947 film of the same title stars Joseph Cotten. A murder trial begins in England bringing together a barrister with a wandering eye and a young widow accused of poisoning her invalid husband.
This spectacular version of Hitchcock's 1940 film of the same title stars Joseph Cotton. It is the story of an American war correspondent who attempts to save a kidnapped Dutch diplomat.