Statistics Saturday: The American Films Of Alfred Hitchcock Ordered By How Many Words Wikipedia Uses To Describe The Plot

American Film of Alfred Hitchcock Words Used By Wikipedia To Describe The Plot
The Paradine Case (1947) 357
The Trouble with Harry (1955) 398
The Wrong Man (1956) 402
Shadow of a Doubt (1943) 439
Under Capricorn (1949) 503
Lifeboat (1944) 527
Family Plot (1976) 531
Suspicion (1941) 543
Marnie (1964) 566
Vertigo (1958) 583
I Confess (1953) 611
Psycho (1960) 662
Rope (1948) 663
Dial M for Murder (1954) 669
Strangers on a Train (1951) 671
Spellbound (1945) 690
Rebecca (1940) 695
Mr and Mrs Smith (1941) 702
Notorious (1946) 709
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) 714
To Catch A Thief (1955) 715
Saboteur (1942) 727
Strangers on a Train (1951) (US Version) 730
Rear Window (1954) 751
Foreign Correspondent (1940) 754
The Birds (1963) 760
North by Northwest (1959) 871
Torn Curtain (1966) 910
Topaz (1969) 988

Accurate as of the morning of July 19, 2014, because goodness knows the date of when I looked this up is going to be important to future researchers.

The Leaves

Well, the leaves started falling in earnest over the past week. With the help of a little rain last night there’s now drifts of up to eight feet tall in the backyard, with a strong undertow when I go out to put recyclables in the giant monster bin. We’ve had to tie a safety rope to the Bauhaus Monstrosity bench we have in the front yard, so passers-by can tack their way down the sidewalk, and the squirrels have assembled a modest lighthouse by the pond so their kind can navigate safely. Also I’m pretty sure I saw a flock of maple leaves attacking Tippi Hedren. Going to be a heck of a November.