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The Hitchcocks on Hitch (2004)

A featurette with Alfred Hitchcock's daughter, Patricia Hitchcock, and granddaughters remembering the director, featuring rare home movie footage and family photos.

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Laurent Bouzereau
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Cast

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Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself (archive footage)
Alma Reville Alma Reville ... Herself (archive footage)
Patricia Hitchcock ... Herself - Daughter of Alfred Hitchcock (as Pat Hitchcock O'Connell)
Mary Stone Mary Stone ... Herself - Granddaughter of Alfred Hitchcock
Katie Fiala Katie Fiala ... Herself - Granddaughter of Alfred Hitchcock
Tere Carrubba Tere Carrubba ... Herself - Granddaughter of Alfred Hitchcock
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This short offers director Alfred Hitchcock's three granddaughters the chance to share their fond remembrances of their granddad, as well as Patricia Hitchcock's memories of her father. Featuring vintage home movies, family photos, and even some vacation snapshots, this featurette delivers a heartfelt look into facets of Hitchcock's personality and family life rarely seen by the public. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 September 2004 (USA) See more »

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Turner Entertainment See more »
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Black and White (archive footage)| Color
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Trivia

This documentary is featured on the Two-Disc Special Edition DVD for Strangers on a Train (1951), released in 2004. See more »

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Before end credits: "In Loving Memory of Melissa Stone - 1978-2003" See more »

Connections

Features Stage Fright (1950) See more »

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A nice little film...
20 September 2010 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

Like another one of the DVD extras from "Strangers on a Train", IMDb lists this as being a video game--which it clearly is not! Instead, it consists of interviews with Alfred Hitchcock's daughter and grand-daughters--as well as various homes movies and film clips. All this served to give a behind the scenes look at the real Alfred Hitchcock--the man outside of the movie studios. It was a bit odd seeing pictures of the man smiling and doing various everyday activities. Down deep you know the great director had a life outside film, but seeing it and accepting it aren't exactly the same things! While none of this is exactly 'must-see', it is a nice little film and one worth seeing.


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