Did you know that a lot of Hitchcock movies turned into the public domain? You can find download-links to more than 20 movies from the master of suspense without being arrested, prosecuted or murdered at the openculture.com website. I especially liked "The 39 Steps", "Young & Innocent" and "The Lady Vanishes"
You can find a list at the openculture.com website, beside other lists of free movies:
For the ultimate Hitchcock-fan, there's the 13,5 hour audio archive of the interview of Hitchcock by Fran�ois Truffaut: "Alfred Hitchcock long interview - with Fran�ois Truffaut", which was the basis of the eponymous book from Truffaut. As usual at the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/AlfredHitchcockLongInterview-FranoisTruffraut