Hitchcock Film Series

. May 1, 2014.
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Sunday, 4, 5pm
Champagne
In this newly restored silent film, with live organ accompaniment, a spoiled heiress defies her father by running off to marry her lover.

Tuesday, 6, 7pm
Vertigo
Hitchcock’s personal favorite, Vertigo weaves an intricate web of obession and deceit.

Sunday, 11, 7pm
North By Northwest
Madison Ave. adman Roger Thornhill finds himself thrust into a world of spies when he gets caught up in a case of mistaken identity.

Tuesday, 13, 7pm
Psycho
This all-time classic leaves viewers wary of mama’s boys and terrified of the shower. 

Tuesday, 20, 7pm
Family Plot
A phony psychic/con artist and her taxi driver/private investigator boyfriend encounter a pair of serial kidnappers while trailing a missing heir.

Sunday, 25, 1:30pm
Blackmail
Scotland Yard detective Frank Webber seems more interested in police work than he does in his wife.

Tuesday, 27, 7pm
The Birds
A wealthy socialite follows a potential boyfriend to a small town and suddenly comes under a vicious bird attack. 

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