The only movie I've seen of his that I haven't liked is Vertigo. It's a visually stunning film, of course, but something's always bothered me about it. Maybe it's that it seems so "stylized" that it almost seems more like one of the matte paintings he used than a dynamic film. Of course, that's one reason many love it.
I just saw The Man Who Knew Too Much for the first time at a local theater (they do a "Hitchcocktober" series of a number of his films) and liked it very much. Maybe not as much as some of his others, but it was still a good suspense film.
Other than this and the films you've named, I've also seen The Birds, Dial M for Murder, Marnie, Rope, and Strangers on a Train. Any suggestions on what I might watch next? The other movies the theater will be showing (besides ones you mentioned) are Notorious, Suspicion, and To Catch a Thief.
"every time godzilla loses to mothra I die a little bit more"--Godzillaswrath
I'd watch Suspicion, then To Catch a Thief, then Notorious of the ones they're showing. North By Northwest is a must for everybody not just Hitch fans. I don't remember the ones I've mentioned already but Psycho is a must, too.
Doris Day was the American "girl next door." Very attractive in a very wholesome way, that was her image.
What an odd question. She was the top film star several years in a row in the late 50s-early 60s.