Alfred Hitchcock

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Sir Alfred Hitchcock, KBE (1899-1980), was a British film director known as 'the Master of Suspense' for his prolific output of popular, yet critically well-received, thrillers. He made more than fifty feature-length films, including The 39 Steps, Rebecca, Dial M for Murder, Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho and The Birds.

He was also famous for making brief cameo appearances in each of his films, usually in a humourous context.[1]


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