I probably mentioned this in a previous thread, but as a kid I never appreciated Alfred Hitchcock. I found his films to be too talkative for my taste and the mere sight of him on television was enough to make me want to change channels. The only Hitchcock films I had really seen during my lifetime were Psycho and The Birds. It now has been years since I had seen either these films but I remember them to be pretty decent. A few years ago after its initial DVD release I finally watched Rear Window, and thought the film to be quite good. I am proud to have a signed copy of the DVD by Robert Harris. ...so my appreciation of Hitchcock has grown over the years. Just for kicks, I picked up The Alfred Hitchcock Masterpiece Collection. I figured I'd force myself to get educated on of the greatest directors of our lifetime. A month ago I watched The Man Who Knew Too Much with James Stewart. I actually really enjoyed this film. Last night came my biggest surprise. I watched The Trouble With Harry and found myself absolutely LOVING the film. This actually took me by surprise as it played out as more of a situation comedy rather than being a signature murder story. Since The Trouble With Harry is so radically different from Hitchcock's normal style, I was wondering how many people actually appreciate this film as much as I do? So my question for all of you is this..... I don't know if I'll ever complete the entire boxed set, so I need to know what should I watch next? To recap, I have seen Rear Window, The Birds, Psycho, The Man Who Knew Too Much, North by Northwest and The Trouble With Harry. And a few words about these DVDs.... They look fantastic! I am astounded by how well these films look on DVD. It's also wonderful to see these films properly lensed for widescreen. From what I have seen thus far, Universal did a really nice job with these transfers. With your help, I look forward to discovering more Hitchcock films.