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Every Hitchcock cameo ever

*Watching guide*

The Lodger: A Story of London Fog (two cameos)

Clip 1: The man shouting into the phone in the bottom center
Clip 2: In the middle of the crowd with the fake beard

Easy Virtue: walking with a cane on the right

Blackmail: sitting on the left being harassed by a child (one of his longest cameos)

Murder!: walking across the shot from left to right

The 39 Steps: walking to the right and tossing a piece of paper on the ground

Young and Innocent: to the left fiddling with a camera (another of Hitchcock’s longest)

The Lady Vanishes: walking to the left smoking a cigar and shrugging his shoulders

Rebecca: in the background walking to the left wearing a bowler hat

Foreign Correspondent: reading a newspaper on the left

Mr. and Mrs. Smith: walking from left to right as the camera pulls out

Suspicion (two cameos)

Clip 1: leading the horse
Clip 2: mailing a letter in the background

Saboteur: top left corner under the light bulb

Shadow of a Doubt: playing cards with the doctor

Lifeboat: in the ad for Reduco “the obesity slayer”

Spellbound: leaving the elevator smoking a cigar and carrying a violin case

Notorious: drinking champagne

The Paradine Case: on the right, smoking a cigar and carrying a cello case

Rope: walking on the sidewalk in a blue suit and holding a newspaper

Under Capricorn (two cameos)

Clip 1: in a blue suit, brown pants, and top hat in the middle of the frame
Clip 2: same outfit in the middle of a group of three people

Stage Fright: on the right turning and looking at the main character

Strangers on a Train: boarding the train with a stand up bass

I Confess: walking across the horizon

Dial M for Murder: sitting at the table in the picture

Rear Window: winding the clock in the piano player’s apartment

To Catch a Thief: Sitting on the right in the bus

The Trouble With Harry: walking on the left in a trench coat

The Man Who Knew Too Much: standing the bottom left of the crowd

The Wrong Man: This cameo is different. Because The Wrong Man is based on the experiences of a real person Hitchcock wanted to approach the whole thing differently.

Vertigo: walking from left to right carrying a trumpet case

North By Northwest: failing to catch a bus

Psycho: in the window wearing a cowboy hat

The Birds: walking his real-life dogs out of the pet shop

Marnie: exiting a room on the left and looking directly at the camera

Torn Curtain: holding a small child on his knee

Topaz: sitting in a wheelchair and then standing up to shake hands with someone

Frenzy (two cameos)

Clip 1: in the middle of the crowd wearing a bowler hat
Clip 2: same hat in the bottom center

Family Plot: silhouette seen in in the window of Registrar of Births & Deaths

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