Alfred Hitchcock All the Films

The Story Behind Every Movie, Episode, and Short

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By Bernard Benoliel

By Gilles Esposito

By Murielle Joudet

By Jean-François Rauger

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Organized chronologically and covering every short film, television episode, and classic film that the "Master of Suspense" directed over the course of his illustrious, 60-year career, Alfred Hitchcock All the Films draws upon years of research to tell the behind the scenes stories of how each project was conceived, cast, and produced, down to the creation of the costumes, the search for perfect locations, and of course, the direction of some of cinema's most memorable scenes.

Spanning more than six decades, and including stories of work with longtime collaborators like costume designer Edith Head, title designer Saul Bass, and composer Bernard Herrmann, this book details the creative processes that resulted in numerous classic films like Vertigo,The Birds,Psycho, Rear Window, North By Northwest,andTo Catch a Thief (to name a few).  

The director's classic TV series are also covered extensively along with original release dates, lesser-known short films, box office totals, surreptitious casting details, and other insider scoops that will keep fans and students alike turning pages. Featuring hundreds of vivid photographs that celebrate one of cinema's most iconic artists, Alfred Hitchcock All the Films is a visual feast that's perfect for the movie fan in your life.


  • "The most visually complete appreciation of Hitchcock’s career yet...a wonderful treat for all fans of Hitchcock and filmmaking."
    Library Journal

On Sale
Oct 29, 2024
Page Count
648 pages

Bernard Benoliel

About the Author

Bernard Benoliel is the director of art and culture at the Cinématheque Française. He is the co-author of books devoted to the work of Anthony Mann, Clint Eastwood, and Bruce Lee. 

Gilles Esposito is a journalist who writes for magazines including Mad Movies and So Film. He has also contributed to collections devoted to the work of Samuel Fuller, Leo McCarey, John Ford, and Universal Pictures. 

Murielle Joudet is a film critic for Le Monde, as well as for TV and radio. She has written essays on Isabelle Huppert and Gena Rowlands. 

Jean-François Rauger is the director of programming at the Cinématheque Française. He is a journalist at Le Monde, and the author of The Domestic Eye: Hitchcock and Television.

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