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Hitchcock Gallery


The Hitchcock Gallery is a collection of around 9,000 images relating to Alfred Hitchcock and his films.

Where not in the Public Domain, the copyright of the images is owned by their original creators and/or the respective film studios.

Films

The 1000 Frames of Hitchcock project contains 52,000 images taken from DVDs of the 52 surviving Hitchcock films.

Specific People

Actors

Actresses

Recent Additions

Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock's Petition for Naturalization document, filed on 18 March 1955. The document was witnessed by agent Arthur L. Park Jnr and actor Joseph Cotten.Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock's Petition for Naturalization document, filed on 18 March 1955. The document was witnessed by agent Arthur L. Park Jnr and actor Joseph Cotten.Photograph of Alma Reville's Petition for Naturalization document, filed on 11 August 1950.  The document was witnessed by screenwriters Michael Hogan and Whitfield Cook.Photograph of Alma Reville's Petition for Naturalization document, filed on 11 August 1950.  The document was witnessed by screenwriters Michael Hogan and Whitfield Cook.Photograph of Alma Reville's Declaration of Intention document, dated 19 March 1948.Index card for Alien Arrivals by Airplane into Miami for Patricia Hitchcock. The Hitchcock family flew in on 22 March 1939.Index card for Alien Arrivals by Airplane into Miami for Alfred Hitchcock. The Hitchcock family flew in on 22 March 1939.Index card for Alien Arrivals by Airplane into Miami for Alma Reville. The Hitchcock family flew in on 22 March 1939.Storyboard sketch for ''Psycho'' (1960).Family photograph taken in the early 1930s and reproduced in ''Hitchcock: Piece by Piece''. L-R: Emma Jane Hitchcock, unknown man, Patricia Hitchcock, Alma Reville, Ellen Marcella Lee (next to Patricia), Alfred Hitchcock, unknown man and woman. The elderly man is not Alma's father, Matthew Edward Reville, as he died in May 1928. The unknown woman is captioned as being Hitch's sister Ellen Kathleen, but the woman does not resemble descriptions of her.Photograph taken during a script conference for ''Lifeboat'' (1944). L-R: Kenneth Macgowan, Alfred Hitchcock, Alma Reville & Jo Swerling.Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock and Tallulah Bankhead taken on the set of ''Lifeboat'' (1944).On set photograph from ''Strangers on a Train'' (1951).Photograph of Alma Reville and Alfred Hitchcock taken in Bavaria, likely during the filming of ''The Pleasure Garden'' or ''The Mountain Eagle''. Alma's coat is one seen in publicity stills for ''The Mountain Eagle''.Photograph of Hitchcock holding his first granddaughter, Mary Stone|Mary, in 1953.Portrait of Alfred Hitchcock, taken in the early 1920s.Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock.Publicity still for ''Psycho'' (1960).Publicity still of Hitchcock sketching a scene for ''Lifeboat'' (1944).Publicity still from ''Vertigo'' (1958).Photograph of Alfred and Alma celebrating their 43rd birthdays in August 1942, during the filming of ''Shadow of a Doubt'' (1943).Photograph of Alfred and Alma celebrating their 43rd birthdays in August 1942, during the filming of ''Shadow of a Doubt'' (1943).Publicity still for ''Psycho'' (1960).On set photograph from ''Shadow of a Doubt'' (1943).On set photograph from ''Spellbound'' (1945).Storyboards for ''North by Northwest'' (1959).Storyboard for ''North by Northwest'' (1959).Storyboards for ''North by Northwest'' (1959).On set photograph from ''Marnie'' (1964).

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