Even casual fans of Alfred Hitchcock are familiar with the director's cameo appearances in his films, a quirk that began in 1927 with Hitch's fifth film 'The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog' and quickly became one of the director's cinematic trademarks. As the appearances became less and less esoteric, fans of the thriller filmmaker would often make a game out of trying to spot the portly extra, eventually forcing Hitchcock to make his appearance early to avoid any superfluous distractions to the film.
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