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Watch a Hitchcock Tribute That Includes Every Single One of His Surviving Films

The Master.

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Hitchcock retrospectives are nothing new, but rarely do they go beyond the iconic fan favorites (Psycho, North By Northwest, The Birds) to also include his little-seen early work. Editor Shaun Higgins (Hello Wizard) has done just that with this 12-minute tribute to the director, which spans the entirety of Hitchcock’s feature-length career, including the silent films The Pleasure Garden (1925), The Farmer’s Wife (1928), and The Manxman (1929).

It’s a well-made and fun journey through Hitchcock’s oeuvre (with a brief intermission), scored to some of the most memorable music from the director’s movies.

(Via Indiewire.)

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