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"Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection"
While Warner Bros. is gearing up to release "Dial M For Murder" on Blu-ray in its original 3D version, a major nerd moment for Hitchcock fans, the real treat this fall is going to be this box set from Universal with fifteen of his movies collected for the first time in this format. "Saboteur," "Shadow Of A Doubt," "Rope," "Rear Window," "The Trouble With Harry," "The Man Who Knew Too Much," "North By Northwest," "Psycho," "The Birds," "Marnie," "Torn Curtain," "Frenzy," "Family Plot" and "Vertigo" are all included along with a ton of exit material. I pray they've done these movies justice with these new transfers.