Get ready for three Hitchcock classics in new DVD editions this October. Psycho, Vertigo and Rear Window will all be released in two-disc special editions on October 7. We don't have any cover art for these yet, but these two-disc sets will be released under the Universal Legacy Series collection and each will be priced at $26.98 SRP. Full details on the sets are below.

Psycho

Marion Crane works at a Real Estate Office in Arizona. She has a sister named Lila and a boyfriend named Sam. She wants to marry Sam, but the two do not have enough money, since Sam is still paying off his ex-wife's alimony, and she has a small job at Lowery's office. One Friday, December the eleventh, Mr. Cassidy, a rich oil tycoon, comes to the office to give Lowery $40,000 to buy a house for his daughter's wedding present. Lowery asks Marion to deposit the cash and she said she would. Instead, she packs up and heads for Fairvale to see Sam, with the money in her purse. She ends up at the Bates Motel where she meets Norman Bates, a troubled young man who seems to be obsessed with his Mother. After Norman feeds Marion dinner, she goes back to her room for a shower...

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Special Features

- Feature Commentary with Stephen Rebello (author of "Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho")

- Newsreel Footage: The Release of Psycho

- The Shower Scene

- The Shower Scene: Storyboards by Saul Bass

- The Psycho Archives

- Posters and Psycho Ads

- Lobby Cards

- Behind-the-Scenes Photographs

- Production Photographs

- Production Notes

- Theatrical Trailer

- Re-Release Trailers

- The Making of Psycho

- In the Master's Shadow: Hitchcock's Legacy

- Hitchcock/Truffaut Interview Excerpts

- Alfred Hitchcock Presents "Lamb to the Slaughter"

Vertigo

Traumatized by a fatal incident while on the job, a detective finds himself spending his retirement days in peace and conversing with a female friend of his. An old friend of his hires him to follow his wife whom he feels is doing things behind her back that he doesn't know about. But things take a turn for the bizarre when he falls for her...or so he thinks.

Special Features

- Feature Commentary with Associate Producer Herbert Coleman, Restoration Team Robert A. Harris and James C. Katz and Other Vertigo Participants

- Feature Commentary with Director William Friedkin

- Foreign Censorship Ending

- The Vertigo Archives

- Production Notes

- Original Theatrical Trailer

- Restoration Theatrical Trailer

- Obsessed with Vertigo: New Life for Hitchcock's Masterpiece

- Partners in Crime: Hitchcock's Collaborators

- Hitchcock/Truffaut Interview Excerpts

- Alfred Hitchcock Presents "The Case of Mr. Pelham"

Rear Window

Laid up with a broken leg, photojournalist L.B. Jeffries (James Stewart) is confined to his tiny, sweltering courtyard apartment. To pass the time between visits from his nurse (Thelma Ritter) and his fashion model girlfriend Lisa (Grace Kelly), the binocular-wielding Jeffries stares through the rear window of his apartment at the goings-on in the other apartments around his courtyard. As he watches his neighbors, he assigns them such roles and character names as "Miss Torso" (Georgine Darcy), a professional dancer with a healthy social life or "Miss Lonelyhearts" (Judith Evelyn), a middle-aged woman who entertains nonexistent gentlemen callers. Of particular interest is seemingly mild-mannered travelling salesman Lars Thorwald (Raymond Burr), who is saddled with a nagging, invalid wife. One afternoon, Thorwald pulls down his window shade, and his wife's incessant bray comes to a sudden halt. Out of boredom, Jeffries casually concocts a scenario in which Thorwald has murdered his wife and disposed of the body in gruesome fashion. Trouble is, Jeffries' musings just might happen to be the truth. One of Alfred Hitchcock's very best efforts, Rear Window is a crackling suspense film that also ranks with Michael Powell's Peeping Tom (1960) as one of the movies' most trenchant dissections of voyeurism. As in most Hitchcock films, the protagonist is a seemingly ordinary man who gets himself in trouble for his secret desires.

Special Features

- Feature Commentary with John Fawell (author of "Hitchcock's Rear Window: The Well-Made Film")

- Production Photographs

- Production Notes

- Theatrical Trailer

- Re-Release Trailer Narrated by James Stewart

- Rear Window Ethics: An Original Documentary

- A Conversation with Screenwriter John Michael Hayes

- Pure Cinema: Through the Eyes of the Master

- Hitchcock / Truffaut Interview Excerpts

- Breaking Barriers: The Sound of Hitchcock

- Alfred Hitchcock Presents "Mr. Blanchard's Secret"