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Images

Film Frames

The 1000 Frames of Hitchcock project provides 1000 frames from each of Hitchcock's 52 major surviving movies.

Hitchcock Gallery

The majority of images used on the site are available in the Hitchcock Gallery.

For images relating to a specific film, you can also use the following links:

Latest Images

Publicity still for ''The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)''.Publicity still for ''North by Northwest'' (1959).Publicity still for ''Dial M for Murder'' (1954).On set photograph from ''The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)''.Publicity still for ''Dial M for Murder'' (1954), taken by photographer Sanford Roth.Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock taken by Italian photographer Chiara Samugheo.Publicity still for ''Vertigo'' (1958).Studio publicity still of actress Shirley MacLaine.On set photograph from ''To Catch a Thief'' (1955).fFrench publicity poster for ''Dial M for Murder'' (1954).Publicity still for ''Dial M for Murder'' (1954).Photograph taken during location filming for ''North by Northwest'' (1959)Film frame from ''Number Seventeen'' (1932). Some believe that the person in the centre of the frame is Hitchcock.Film frame from ''The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)'' showing Hitchcock's cameo.Film frame from ''Mr. & Mrs. Smith'' (1941) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.Film frame from ''I Confess'' (1953) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.Film frame from ''Stage Fright'' (1950) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.Film frame from ''The Paradine Case'' (1947) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.Film frame from ''Suspicion'' (1941) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.Film frame from ''Murder!'' (1930) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.Storyboard sequence by Robert F. Boyle for the re-edited ending of ''North by Northwest'' (1959).Film frame from the BFI restoration of ''Easy Virtue'' (1928). It is often claimed that this is Hitchcock's cameo, but the man does not really resemble the director.Film frame from ''Rebecca'' (1940) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.Film frame from ''Spellbound'' (1945) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.Film frame from ''Strangers on a Train'' (1951) showing Hitchcock's cameo appearance.

Scripts

The following scripts are available to view or to download for study purposes:

Documentaries

Audio & Video

Soundtrack Albums

Radio Broadcasts

Radio Broadcasts - Plays

Interviews with Hitchcock

Hitchcock References

Articles with Audio or Video

For a general list of articles with multimedia content, see Articles with multimedia.