|13th August 1899 - 29th April 1990|
"Hitch and I had a rapport and understanding deeper than words. He was a very agreeable human being, and we were very compatible. I always went to work whistling when I worked with him because everything on the set was just as you envisioned it would be. Nothing ever went wrong. He was so incredibly well prepared. I never knew anyone as capable. He was a tasteful, intelligent, decent, and patient man who knew the actor's business as well as he knew his own."
- Grant on Hitchcock
On set with Joan Fontaine.
His appearance in the film.
Hitchcock's appearance in a scene with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman.
To Catch A Thief (1955)
On film with Grant.
On set with Grace Kelly and Cary Grant.
North By Northwest (1959)
An early appearance in the film.
On set and behind the scenes with Cary Grant, Eve Marie Saint and James Mason.
"Cary is marvelous, you see. One doesn't direct Cary Grant, one simply puts him in front of a camera.
And, you see, he enables the audience to identify with the main character. I mean by that, Cary Grant represents a man we know. He's not a stranger."
- Hitchcock on Grant
To be continued...The Directors - Part 3 - Stanley Donen.