Alfred Hitchcock dies on April 29th at the age of 80. Throughout his life, Hitchcock was known for his unique approach to filmmaking, which combined suspense, mystery, and a dark sense of humor. He directed over 50 films, and many of them are considered classic masterpieces of the cinema. He was also a television personality, hosting and appearing on the popular television show “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.” He was awarded the AFI Life Achievement Award in 1979, and in 1984, he was inducted into the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress.
His legacy as one of the greatest filmmakers in history continues to this day, and his films are still widely regarded as classic works of cinema.