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Advertisement featuring actress Virginia Valli from a 1925 issue of ''Photoplay''.Advertisement featuring actress Virginia Valli from a 1925 issue of ''Photoplay''.Newspaper advert for ''The Mountain Eagle'', from the ''Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite'' (03/Feb/1928), an American regional newspaper from Oklahoma.Newspaper advert for ''The Pleasure Garden'', from the ''Alton Evening Telegraph'' (09/Apr/1928), an American regional newspaper from Alton, Illinois.Newspaper advert for ''The Pleasure Garden'', from the ''Bridgeport Telegram'' (25/Nov/1927), an American regional newspaper for Bridgeport, Connecticut.Newspaper advert for ''The Pleasure Garden'', from the ''Lowell Sun'' (18/Oct/1926), an American regional newspaper for Lowell, Massachusetts.Newspaper advert for ''Secret Agent'' (1936) from the ''Western Gazette'' (23/Oct/1936).Newspaper advert for ''The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)'' from the ''Kent and Sussex Courier'' (25/Jan/1935).Newspaper advert for ''Murder!'' (1930) from the ''Kent and Sussex Courier'' (15/May/1931).Newspaper advert for ''The Skin Game'' (1931) from the ''Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald'' (26/Dec/1931).A rare newspaper advert for ''Lord Camber's Ladies'' (1932) from the ''Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald'' (13/May/1933).Early publicity for ''The Hidden Power'' (later retitled ''Sabotage'') from ''Variety'' (10/Jun/1936). Robert Donat was forced to drop out after suffering a bout of acute bronchitis and was replaced by John Loder.Photograph taken during location filming for ''To Catch a Thief'' (1955).On set photograph from ''To Catch a Thief'' (1955).Publicity still for ''Vertigo'' (1958).Publicity still for ''Spellbound'' (1945).On set photograph from ''Rear Window'' (1954).Publicity still for ''Torn Curtain'' (1966).Publicity still for ''Torn Curtain'' (1966).Gaumont-British publicity still of Nova Pilbeam.UFA publicity still of Lillian Hall-Davis.Publicity still for ''Vertigo'' (1958).French Paramount grande publicity poster for ''Vertigo'' (1958).1964 Italian foglio publicity poster for ''To Catch a Thief'' (1955).French grande poster for To Catch a Thief (1955).Belgian publicity poster for ''To Catch a Thief'' (1955).1957 French grande publicity poster for ''The Wrong Man'' (1956).Publicity poster for ''The Trouble with Harry'' (1955) style Y.1949 French grande publicity poster for ''The Paradine Case'' (1947).1949 French grande publicity poster for ''The Paradine Case'' (1947).

100 Years Ago this Month

  • 24/Jul/1914 - actor Frank Silvera born in Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies
  • 24/Jul/1914 - actor Robert Emhardt born in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

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Spellbound (1945)

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Most Recent DVD and Blu-ray Additions

0506.gif Declive (1927) - Divisa Home Video (Blu-ray, Spain, 2013)
3109.gif Foreign Correspondent (1940) - Criterion Collection (Blu-ray, USA, 2014)
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9092.gif The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: The Complete First Season - Madman Entertainment (Australia, 2013)
PAL 1.33:1
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9093.gif The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: The Complete Second Season - Madman Entertainment (Australia, 2013)
PAL 1.33:1
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9094.gif The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: The Complete Third Season - Madman Entertainment (Australia, 2013)
PAL 1.33:1
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6207.gif Family Plot (1976) - Universal (Blu-ray)
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3408.gif Saboteur (1942) - Universal (Blu-ray)
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