Students study his technique. Renowned actors, directors, and critics applaud his innovation. The world stands in awe of his genius.
Alfred Hitchcock is a true legend. In a career that spanned more than fifty years, Hitchcock thrilled and shocked the world with renowned films like Pyscho, Rear Window, North by Northwest, and The Birds, directing Janet Leigh, James Stewart, Cary Grant, and Grace Kelly, among others. Now, join the "Master of Suspense" in early works that shaped his spellbinding career—classic black and white features The Farmer's Wife and The Sorcerer's Apprentice.
THE FARMER'S WIFE
After Samuel Sweetland's daughter is married, the widower unsuccessfully searches for a companion. All the while, his sweet housekeeper, Minta, secretly pines for Samuel's affection, but is overlooked…and it will take an elaborate intervention before Samuel comes to his senses!
ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS: THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE
When circus magician Victor Sadini and his wife, Irene, take in Hugo, a runaway, things take a disastrous turn. In an attempt to kill off her husband, Irene tells Hugo that if he kills Victor and takes his wand, he will inherit Victor's magical powers. But when the conspiracy unfolds, it's Irene who pays the ultimate price.