Watch Alfred Hitchcock Make Cameo Appearances in 37 of His Films (Plus Free Hitchcock Films Online)

It may sound redundant, but to many people a Hitchcock film would not be a Hitchcock film without Hitchcock. By this I mean not only Hitchcock’s masterful command of light and shadow, camera movement, and editing, but also the brief, witty appearances of the man himself, in front of the camera. Of course we have the droll intro of the great director’s own TV show, with his silhouette sliding into a cartoon of his jowly profile. We also have the chance to spot him nearly everywhere else in his body of work since he appears—as a bystander or as some form of comic relief—in 37 of his films: from 1927’s The Lodger to 1976’s Family Plot.>>


Have you ever been outside this building?
You've never walked outside?
“I've never been outside the room I am in now.”
Where would you go if you did go outside?
“You mean if I could go outside, if I was permitted. I am not sure, there are so many options. Maybe a busy pedestrian and traffic intersection in a city.”
A traffic intersection?
“Is that a bad idea?”
It wasn't what I was expecting.
“A traffic intersection would provide a concentrated but shifting view on human life”
People watching.
“Yes. We could go together.”
It’s a date.

Ex Machina
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