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Sequels and Remakes of Hitchcock Films

 

This page contains a selection of sequels to Hitchcock films (such as the "Psycho" series) and loosly related films (such as "Night Train to Munich"), as well as films which either remake a Hitchcock film or use the same original source story.

Sequels

The Birds

The Lady Vanishes

Psycho

Remakes

Other films either based on a Hitchcock film, based on the same source material, or just suspiciously similar...

The 39 Steps

The Birds

Dial M for Murder

Easy Virtue

Lifeboat

The Lady Vanishes

The Lodger

Notorious

Psycho

Rear Window

Rebecca

Sabotage

Shadow of a Doubt

Vertigo

Remakes of other works

Some of the early films Hitchcock worked on as a title designer, art director, etc. were remade:

Three Live Ghosts (1922)

  • Three Live Ghosts (1929) - directed by Thornton Freeland
  • Three Live Ghosts (1936) - directed by H. Bruce Humberstone

Woman to Woman (1923)

  • Woman to Woman (1929) - directed by Victor Saville
  • Woman to Woman (1946) - directed by Maclean Rogers

Premakes

Some of Hitchcock's films were based on works that had been previously filmed by other directors.

  • The Manxman (1917) - directed by George Loane Tucker The Manxman ("Enoch Arden," the basis for the novel The Manxman, was also filmed several times)
  • Haus Nummer 17 (1928) - directed by Géza von Bolváry (Number Seventeen)