What was Hitchcock's first movie?
Hitchcock made his debut as a director with the silent film The Pleasure Garden. The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog was his first successful film and helped to create a genre of thrillers, and Blackmail was the first British film with words.
Which of the following is not an Alfred Hitchcock film?
The movie Laura was a 1944 thriller directed by Otto Preminger.
True or False: Alfred Hitchcock makes a camera appearance in all of his films.
True! His trademark is that he appears for just a moment in each of his films. Have you spotted Hitchcock?
Hitchcock was known to be deeply afraid of what? Check all that apply.
Please select 4 correct answers
Alfred Hitchcock was a very fearful child. So why his obsession with creating scary films? “The only way to get rid of my fears is to make films about them.”
True or False: Hitchcock never won an Academy Award for Best Director.
True! Despite five nominations, he never brought home an Academy Award for Best Director. He did, however, win six other Academy Awards, two Golden Globes, eight Laurel Awards and five Lifetime Achievement Awards.
How many children did Alfred Hitchcock have?
Alfred and Alma Hitchcock had one daughter together—Patricia. She appeared in three of his movies (Stage Fright, Strangers on a Train, and Psycho.)
What topic did Hitchcock want to make a film about but never did?
Hitchcock reportedly hoped to make a film about the RMS Titanic. However, he went on to produce the film Rebecca instead.
What food did Hitchock absolutely detest?
While Alfred Hitchcock was particular about cheese and cold deli meats, he was considered positively phobic about eggs, especially the kinds with runny yolks.
What actor did Hitcock cast in Suspicion, Notorious, To Catch a Thief, and North by Northwest?
Cary Grant was a leading British-American actor from the 1930s to the 1960s. He was best known for his debonair yet light-hearted demeanor. Hitchcock reportedly loved working with Grant.
Which of his 46 films was Alfred Hitchcock's favorite?
Of all his films, Hitcock preferred Shadow of a Doubt.