Hitchcock Film Ads


This ad is from a re-release in the 1970’s from the New York Times



Magazine Ad announcing World Premiere of Notorious at New York’s Radio City Music Hall


Here’s a New York Newspaper ad for Psycho.

…and here’s another.



3 Responses to “Hitchcock Film Ads”

  1. Congratulations on your new blog! These ads remind me just how much I love ‘Notorious’. I haven’t seen very many Hitchcock movies, but must put that right…


  2. Thanks Judy, “Notorious” is a great film. If you have not seen much Hitchcock you really need too. From his English period “The 39 Steps”, (one of my favorites), “The Lady Vanishes”, “Sabotage”, “The Man Who Knew Too Much” are some of his best. From his American period “Rebecca”, Suspicion”, “Rear Window”, “North by Northwest”, “Vertigo”, “Strangers on a Train” are all top notch. Just about anything he made really, though I did not care for “Jamaica Inn.”

    Mr. and Mrs. Smith is an oddball in his work. A comedy with screwaball queen Carole Lombard and George Montgomery.

  3. As a Daphne du Maurier fan, I know and love his movie of ‘Rebecca’, even though he had to change the book’s ending because of the censors – I have also seen ‘Jamaica Inn’, though I don’t remember it very well, and was fairly recently impressed by ‘Spellbound’. But yes, I do need to see more of them.

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