The 39 Steps (1935)
A well-intentioned gentleman finds himself in trouble after getting involved in counter-espionage.
The Birds (1963)
Chaos comes to an isolated community when birds begin attacking people in this Hitchcock classic.
Blackmail (1929)
A young woman and her detective lover are blackmailed after she kills a man who tries to rape her. Out to own as part of Hitchcock: The Early Collection.
Champagne (1928)
The comedic adventures of a rich girl whose father decides to teachher a lesson. Out to own as part of Hitchcock: The Early Collection.
Dial M For Murder (1954)
A man tries to blackmail an old acquaintance into murdering his wife, but nothing goes quite to plan.
Hitchcock: The Early Collection (2007)
Collection of early work from the master of suspense features eight films from the 1920s and 30s, including the DVD premiere of Champagne.
Jamaica Inn (1939)
As Mary travels to Jamaica Inn to see her relatives, she is unaware of sinister goings on at the guesthouse.
The Lady Vanishes (1938)
Young Iris is horrified when the woman she has been talking to on a train disappears and no-one seems to remember her.
Murder! (1930)
A man who helped convict a woman of murder becomes convinced by her innocence. Out to own as part of Hi tchcock: The Early Collection.
North By Northwest (1959)
A case of mistaken identity and false accusation sees an innocent man go on the run from the CIA and a criminal gang.
Notorious (1946)
Reissue for the film about spies in South America who attract Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant.
Psycho (1960)
A woman on the run stops in at the wrong motel.
Rear Window (1954)
Hitchcock's thriller masterpiece, in which a voyeuristic cameraman suspects murder in the apartment block opposite.
Rebecca (1940)
A woman is whisked off her feet by a rich widower, but gets more than she bargains for when she moves into his mansion.
Rich And Strange (1931)
A couple find their marriage vows tested on a cruise to the Orient. Out to own as part of Hitchcock: The Early Collection.
The Ring (1927)
Two boxers vie for the love of a woman. Out to own as part of Hitchcock: The Early Collection.
Rope (1948)
Two young men strangle a friend and then hold a party in the room where his body is hidden.
Sabotage (1936)
A cinema owner working for foreign agents is instructed to plant a bomb in Piccadilly Circus.
The Skin Game (1931)
Morality tale of class and conscience sees aristos battle new money over land. Out to own as part of Hitchcock: The Early Collection.
Spellbound (1945)
A psychologist finds herself drawn to an enigmatic amnesiac.
To Catch A Thief (1955)
A retired jewel thief is disturbed by the fact that a new criminal appears to be copying his style.
Vertigo (1958)
A detective becomes obsessed with a beautiful woman who reminds him of someone else.
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