Hitchcock Chronology: Easy Virtue (1928)
- 30th - The Hitchcocks depart from London for Nice and the French Riviera to film location footage for Easy Virtue.
- 28th - Actor Robin Irvine, who had appeared in Downhill and Easy Virtue, dies aged 32 after contracting pleurisy in Bermuda.
- 21st - Eliot Stannard, one of England's most prolific screenwriters, dies aged 56. He wrote (or co-wrote) the scenarios for Hitchcock's The Pleasure Garden (1925), The Mountain Eagle (1926), Downhill (1927), The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927), The Ring (1927), Champagne (1928), Easy Virtue (1928), The Farmer's Wife (1928) and The Manxman (1929).
- 26th - BBC Radio broadcasts an adaptation of Noël Coward's play "Easy Virtue". Among the cast are Anna Massey and Jimmy Gardner, who both appeared in Frenzy (1972).
- Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in Darkness and Light (2003) by Patrick McGilligan, page 92
- Daily Mail (31/Mar/1927) - Film-Making Problems
- Alfred Hitchcock's London: A Reference Guide to Locations (2009) by Gary Giblin, page 257
- Daily Mail (08/Jun/1927) - New British Films: The Vortex and Easy Virtue
- The Times (02/May/1933) - Obituary: Robin Irvine
- Easy Virtue (BBC Radio, 26/Dec/1999)