Sitting in a wheelchair, his leg in a cast, a photographer (James Stewart) spies on courtyard neighbors and sees a murder.
It's August 13th, which means it's not only the anniversary of the day that Pope Paschal II succeeded Pope Urban, it's also the anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock's birth. The director is known for making a cameo in nearly every movie he directed, and in honor of his birthday, we thought we'd take a look at the supercut that features all of them. While many of them are fairly straightforward, such as when he misses the bus in North by Northwest, the cameos were trickier in movies like Rope, Dial M for Murder, and Lifeboat where the action all takes place in confined quarters. And for anyone who is unfamiliar with the work of the "master of suspense," take a look at our guide to being conversant in Hitchcock to find out which of the director's movies should be on your Must List.
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