Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock was a British jesuit trained, mind controlled actor-director, used in the Hollywood film industry, to make propaganda. He was married to Alma Reville. He worked with Grace Kelly, who married Knight of Malta Rainier III of Monaco and died in a car crash in 1982. The Hitchcock family was intermarried with CIA family Mellon and provided the Milbrook estate to jesuit Timothy Leary.

He was mentored by Michael Balcon of Gainsborough Pictures and Ealing Studios, father of Jill Balcon, married to MI6 agent Cecil Day-Lewis, mother of Daniel Day-Lewis.

His daughter Patricia Hitchcock was educated at catholic school Marymount High School like Mariska Hargitay (daughter of Jayne Mansfield), Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian. She died 8/9 like Sharon Tate.

From 1955 he hosted Alfred Hitchcock Presents on CBS and NBC with Vincent Price, Laurence Harvey, Bruce Dern, Steve McQueen, Vera Miles and John Cassavetes.

Anthony Hopkins played Hitchcock in Hitchcock (2012) with Helen Mirren as his wife and Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh.

Truman Capote wrote a book about the Clutter murders of Richard Hickock.

Astrological chart

born 8/13/1899, date Bert Lahr, Fidel Castro, Janet Yellen.

Dom: Leo (Lust), Scorpio, Libra - Sun, Venus, Mars.

Houses 2, 4, 1. 2: Sun in Leo, Mercury and Lilith in Virgo, 4: Jupiter and Moon in Scorpio, 1: Venus in Leo, 3: Mars in Libra, 5: Saturn and Uranus in Sagittarius, 11: Pluto and Neptune in Gemini.

died 4/29/1980, date wedding William and Catherine, wedding Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, Michelle Pfeiffer, Uma Thurman, David Icke, Jacob Rothschild, d Albert Hoffman.

 

Filmography

1922 Number 13 Gainsborough Pictures
1925 The Pleasure Garden produced by Erich Pommer (who worked with Fritz Lang)
1926 The Mountain Eagle
1927 The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog serial killer like Jack the Ripper
1927 The Ring Carl Brisson as Jack British International Pictures
1927 Downhill
1928 The Farmer's Wife
1928 Easy Virtue
1928 Champagne (red rose) Betty Balfour Alexander D'Arcy (Roger Corman movies)
1929 The Manxman Carl Brisson (related to Rosalind Russell)
1929 Blackmail
1930 An Elastic Affair
1930 Juno and the Paycock
1930 Murder!
1931 The Skin Game
1931 Mary Alfred Abel (Metropolis)
1931 Rich and Strange (phrase of Shakespeare's The Tempest, based on John Dee)


1932 Number Seventeen John Stuart
1934 Waltzes from Vienna Gaumont British
1934 The Man Who Knew Too Much Peter Lorre (Löwenstein)
1935 The 39 Steps Madeleine Carroll (wife of Sterling Hayden)
1936 Secret Agent Madeleine Carroll Peter Lorre Michael Redgrave Michael Rennie
1936 Sabotage Sylvia Sidney Oskar Homolka (married to Florence Meyer, daughter of Eugene Meyer of Federal Reserve)
1937 Young and Innocent
1938 The Lady Vanishes Margaret Lockwood Michael Redgrave
1939 Jamaica Inn Charles Laughton Maureen O'Hara
1940 Rebecca Laurence Olivier United Artists
1940 Foreign Correspondent Joel McCrea (Hollywood High School, Pasadena Playhouse) George Sanders (Zsa Zsa Gabor) written by James Hilton United Artists
1941 Mr. & Mrs. Smith Carole Lombard Robert Montgomery Gene Raymond
1941 Suspicion Cary Grant Joan Fontaine Nigel Bruce
1942 Saboteur written by Dorothy Parker Rothschild Robert Cummings Universal Pictures
1943 Shadow of a Doubt Teresa Wright Shirley Mills (nude scene from age 12)
1944 Lifeboat William Bendix Heather Angel
1944 The Fighting Generation US propaganda Jennifer Jones (Harper's Bazaar)
1945 Spellbound Ingrid Bergman Gregory Peck Rhonda Fleming (Beverly Hills High School) United Artists
1946 Notorious Ingrid Bergman as Alicia (Alice in Wonderland programming) Cary Grant Moroni Olsen (Mormon Church) RKO
1947 The Paradine Case Gregory Peck Ethel Barrymore Alida Valli
1948 Rope James Stewart
1949 Under Capricorn Ingrid Bergman Michael Wilding Margaret Leighton (married to Max Reinhardt, publisher of GB Shaw of Fabian Society and Laurence Harvey) jesuit Edmond O'Brien Warner Bros
1950 Stage Fright Marlene Dietrich Michael Wilding Jane Wyman (wife of Ronald Reagan) Patricia Hitchcock
1951 Strangers on a Train Ruth Roman
1953 I Confess Montgomery Clift Karl Malden
1954 Dial M for Murder Grace Kelly Ray Milland Robert Cummings Warner Bros
1954 Rear Window Grace Kelly James Stewart (like Frederick and Elizabeth Stuart, Diana Spencer-Stuart) Thelma Ritter (Thelema) Raymond Burr Judith Evelyn as Miss Lonelyhearts (Jayne Mansfield died after The Beatles album Lonely Hearts Club Band with Crowley on the cover). Paramount Pictures (remake in 1998 with Daryl Hannah who had an affair with JFK Jr) apartment at Greenwich Village
1955 To Catch a Thief Cary Grant Grace Kelly 8/5 date death Marilyn Monroe
1955 The Trouble with Harry Shirley MacLaine
1956 The Man Who Knew Too Much
1956 The Wrong Man Henry Fonda Vera Miles Harry Dean Stanton
1958 Vertigo James Stewart Kim Novak (filmed at Golden Gate bridge)
1959 North by Northwest Cary Grant James Mason Eva Marie Saint MGM
1960 Psycho (Multiple Personality Disorder) Anthony Perkins Janet Leigh Vera Miles (Mormon Church) Paramount Pictures
1963 The Birds (year 13 Death) Rod Taylor Suzanne Pleshette Tippi Hedren Universal

imitated in The Omen II
1964 Marnie Bruce Dern Tippi Hedren Sean Connery Melody Thomas Scott
1966 Torn Curtain Paul Newman Julie Andrews
1969 Topaz Michel Piccoli
1972 Frenzy Anthony Schaffer (Wicker Man) Billie Whitelaw Jean Marsh Anna Massey Michael Sheard
1976 Family Plot (one eye) Karen Black Bruce Dern
1993 Bon Voyage (filmed in 1944)
1993 Aventure Malgache

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