@Bytown Rick posted:
Going back through our Alfred Hitchcock collection, starting with Notorious.
If you have a large enough collection I'd recommend watching them in chronological order. The similarities, and even the differences, over the decades is very informative and helps for a deeper understanding of this man's talents. If you have them I'd recommend these English pictures first:
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog -- The really one indispensable silent picture of Hitchcock. Key to so many future Hitchcock themes and devices.
The Man Who Knew Too Much -- The first of two versions, this one with an amazing performance by Peter Lorre.
The 39 Steps -- The true Hitchcock formula of the wrong man begins with this movie.
Young and Innocent -- Often overlook seminal work with one of the greatest revealings of the bad guy in all of Hitchcock movies.
The Lady Vanishes -- The most British of Hitchcock thriller films.
I actually recommend watching all of his films in order, but you'd probably have to come over to my house and I'm isolating.