Filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock would have
celebrated his 100th birthday on August 13, 1999. The movie industry is still celebrating his cinematic masterpieces, and nowhere more notably than on the
The New York Times dedicated a special section in its archives, called Hitchcock at 100,
where you can read all different aspects of the master's legacy, including reviews, essays, reflections and more. You can also watch selected video clips and a slideshow.
Read Alfred Hitchcock anecdotes and fun facts at MysteryNet.com. Also read about the director's many cameos - he appeared in nearly 40 of his own films!
Be sure to check out the Alfred Hitchcock channel on YouTube for clips, interviews, cameos and more.
If you're going psycho for more information on the master, don't fear -
there's more than just a birthday party on the Web:
Find Hitchcock's filmography at IMDB. You can also find
information about the television series that aired
between 1955 and 1962.
Learn which of the master's movies made the list at the American Film
100 Greatest Movies.
Find your way to
The MacGuffin Web Page, lauded as the meeting place of
Hitchcock scholars. The page is maintained by the publishers of a quarterly
journal by the same name.
PBS' American Masters special on Hitchcock offers an in-depth look of the director's life, from his birth in 1899 to a middle-class London family.