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The film I would recommend to someone who is hasn't seen a lot of Hitchcock films are Notorious, Vertigo, and North By Northwest. I hope this helps you out and I hope you have a fun time watching more Hitchcock movies.



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Check out the following, I don't think they have been mentioned yet. The Lady Vanishes is my favourite Hitchcock film.







If you like Hitchcock, I recommend the fantastic film called Charade, someone called it 'the best Hitchcock film that Hitchcock never made':


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The Wrong Man is probably my favourite of his work. According to Hitchcock, it is his most personal piece and I can definitely see why. It is a harrowing film that showcased some of Hitchcock's greatest framing and direction. The religious subtext may be a bit heavy-handed and off-putting to some, but I felt it was necessary to the story being told. It also stars the always enigmatic Henry Fonda, so you can not go wrong there.




Haven't seen a Hitchcock film for the first time in a long, long time. Probably since Frenzy about a year ago. Maybe I'll check out Lifeboat or The Wrong Man



Let's go with one that is not one of his top five... how about Rope.