Hitchcock Mosaics on the Underground

Leytonstone tube station has wonderful mosaic art displayed all along the walls of the station, celebrating Alfred Hitchcock’s origins at Leytonstone by depicting the life and work of the famous director. There are several different scenes and images from Hitchcock’s most famous films in mosaic murals scattered all around the tube station, and most of them are wonderfully detailed and quirky, which you can see below.

The first mosaic rendering of his films is, of course, the infamous Psycho movie, with a twist of Alfred Hitchcock being in the shower instead. Can you guess the movies in the rest of the mosaics?

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