Jan Kortanidze

Jan Kortanidze

Jan Kortanidze
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The Wrong Man (1956)

The Wrong Man (1956)

I Confess (1953)

"I Confess" - This priestly drama sees Hitch silhouetted against the Quebec skyline in one of his earliest and longest-shot appearances.

Stage Fright (1950)

Jane Wyman, Alfred Hitchcock - Stage Fright (Alfred Hitchcock, Eve Gill ready to be a maid.

Rope (1948)

Just after credit towards the end of the opening sequence of the film, walking alongside a woman to her right and swinging a newspaper in stride from his right hand.

Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

"Shadow Of A Doubt" - This train-bound cameo is the only occasion another character directly addresses Hitchcock ("You don't look very well," observes his fellow card player) but the humour is instantly recognisable.

The 39 Steps (1935)

"The 39 Steps" - As Richard Hannay and his mysterious fraulein escape from the theatre, Hitchcock saunters across the screen, chucking a piece of litter away as he goes, in a gratuitous example of not keeping Britain tidy.

Murder! (1930)

Murder 1930 Alfred Hitchcock cameo as man walking passed the house where the murder was committed with a female companion at the end of Sir Johns visit to the scene with Markham and his wife Lucy.

Blackmail (1929)

In "Blackmail", Alfred Hitchcock is seated on a train being bothered by a little boy.

The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927)

The Lodger - Hitch cameo (the shadow in front)

Rebecca (1940)

"Rebecca" - This Daphne Du Maurier adaptation features one of the director's briefest appearances. As George Sanders talks to a policeman, Hitchcock passes behind them, disappearing from shot in an instant.

Rear Window (1954)

After some serious searching and editing, Will Erickson put together "Every Hitchcock Cameo Ever," a collection of Alfred Hitchcock cameos in a whopping 37

Vertigo (1958)

Vertigo Alfred Hitchcock cameo as man in grey suit walking in the street with a trumpet case.