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Past Event

Alfred Hitchcock’s Britain: Dial M For Murder

May 17 2018

Seattle Art Museum

Plestcheeff Auditorium

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In the 1930s before he came to America, young London-born Alfred Hitchcock was already a world-acknowledged master of cinema, a sublime orchestrator of images and emotions. Often with story contributions from his wife Alma Reville, he thrilled viewers with engrossing mystery, gripping suspense, intimate romance, psychological insight, witty British humor, and droll cameo appearances. Even after settling in America, he continued to portray his homeland with deep affection.

Other Films in this Series

Thu March 22

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Thu Mar 29

Sabotage

Thu Apr 5

The 39 Steps

Thu Apr 12

Young and Innocent

Thu Apr 19

The Lady Vanishes

Thu Apr 26

Rebecca

Thu May 3

Suspicion

Thu May 10

Stage Fright

Thu May 17

Dial M For Murder

Series tickets may be purchased online, at the Ticketing Desk at the Seattle Art Museum or over the phone with a credit card by calling the SAM Customer Service Center at 206.654.3210.

A limited number of single-film tickets may be available on a first-come, first-served basis the day of the show, at 7:25 pm, at the auditorium entrance for $9 (cash/check only).

Image: CBS/Photofest