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A featurette with director Alfred Hitchcock's daughter, Patricia Hitchcock and granddaughters remembering the director, supported by rare family home movies footage and souvenir photos.




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Himself (archive footage)
Alma Reville ...
Herself (archive footage)
Herself - Daughter of Alfred Hitchcock (as Pat Hitchcock O'Connell)
Mary Stone ...
Herself - Granddaughter of Alfred Hitchcock
Katie Fiala ...
Herself - Granddaughter of Alfred Hitchcock
Tere Carrubba ...
Herself - Granddaughter of Alfred Hitchcock


This short offers director Alfred Hitchcock's three granddaughters the chance to share their fond remembrances of their granddad, as well as Patricia Hitchcock's memories of her father. Featuring vintage home movies, family photos, and even some vacation snapshots, this featurette delivers a heartfelt look into facets of Hitchcock's personality and family life rarely seen by the public. Written by Anonymous

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7 September 2004 (USA)  »

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Off the Set with Hitchcock
28 March 2012 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

The Hitchcock's on Hitch (2004)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Alfred Hitchcock's daughter Pat and his granddaughter Mary Stone are interviewed and discuss the personal life of the great director. This is a pretty unique documentary because it really gives you some great detail into what Hitchcock was like when he wasn't working. The daughter and granddaughter discuss vacations, Hitchcock's love of regular food and all of this is backed up by some terrific home video footage. There's another great story about the Hitchcock's coming to America and at first just rented but the story takes a turn when we learn how the director surprised his wife by informing her how he had bought a house. This is a really good documentary because it gives you an insight to what type of person Hitchcock was when the cameras were off. The home video footage is certainly a major plus as we get to see the director having fun off the set at parties and vacations. Fans of the director should really get a kick out of seeing this footage and all of the stories are quite touching as well.

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