When you think about music and film directors, Alfred Hitchcock might not be the first name to come to mind. Stanley Kubrick was a greater recycler of classical music, Quentin Tarantino has done the same for Motown, Bergman and Zeffirelli have filmed more operas - and the list could continue. But Hitchcock has his share of big music moments. As the film world commemorates his 100th birthday on Friday, August 13, heres a chance to see how many you can identify.
James Stewart and Kim Novak carry on an enigmatic love affair, to the accompaniment of one of Bernard Herrmanns lushest scores.
Doris Day shows us her philosophical side and sings "Que sera, sera."
A macabre little march introduces this macabre drama.
A concerto featuring piano and theremin leads the way deep into Gregory Pecks psyche.
Janet Leigh meets her end, to a soundtrack of shrieking violins.