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followed by Vertigo, The Birds, Notorious, Rebecca, North by Northwest, Rear Window, Rope, Shadow of a Doubt, The Trouble With Harry, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Topaz, Torn Curtain, Frenzy, Family Plot
My favorite is Psycho and not because it's a great horror movie and just paved the way for how to be successful, but because I look at it as a piece of art. Each time I watch that movie I notice something, small detail, that I hadn't before. Such a classic
Favorite Hitchcock film would have to be the only one i've seen of his, The Birds.
I saw at a really young age and i thought it was cool then just like i do now.
I know i need more Hitchcock in the collection.