Hitchcock Cameos

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Can you name the cameos by Alfred Hitchcock in his films based upon the description?

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In silhouette behind a frosted door labeled 'Registrar of Births and Deaths.'
Not a traditional cameo; introducing the film before the opening credits while strongly backlit.
Wearing a large cowboy hat on the sidewalk outside a Phoenix real estate office.
Walking past one of the title characters in front of the building where he lives with the other title character.
Outside a courthouse posing as a photographer holding a camera, while a prisoner makes his escape.
Deboarding a train at a station in England, carrying a cello case.
Walking past a phone booth where a gentleman makes a call to the main characters' housekeeper.
Leaving a San Francisco pet shop walking his two pet dogs.
Winding a clock in the songwriter's apartment across the courtyard.
Sitting in a Copenhagen hotel with a baby in his lap, with the music briefly changing to 'Funeral March of the Marionette.'
In the Sydney town square during a parade, donned in blue coat and brown hat.
Awkwardly boarding a train while carrying a double bass.
At the close of the opening credits, strolling in silhouette at the top of a long flight of stairs in Quebec.
While the hero escapes from a music theater, walking by and tossing some litter in front of a bus.
Mailing a letter at a village mailbox as the heroine meets a friend in town.
In a crowd listening to a political speech, wearing a black bowler hat.
Sitting in the rear of the bus next to a cat burglar, staring straight ahead.
Walking in the distance by a parked limousine while an old man looks at an outdoor art exhibition.
In a black-tie class reunion photo, looking back at the camera.
Shortly before a murder, watching acrobatics at a Marrakech outdoor market.
During a tennis court sequence, leaving through a side gate carrying a walking stick.
Being pushed in a wheelchair at LaGuardia Airport, then standing up and greeting a man.
Looking down reading a newspaper and walking past the hero as he leaves his London hotel.
At the end of the opening credits, running to catch a New York City bus but arriving just as the doors close.
Passing a San Francisco shipyard office carrying a horn case.
Watching an arrest take place below as part of a crowd at an upper railing, while an angry crowd attempts to beat up the title character.
At a newsstand outside a Cut Rate Drugs store in New York City.
Walking with a woman past the boarding house where the title misdeed took place.
Playing a card game on a train to Santa Rosa with a hand full of spades.
Emerging from a hotel room and looking at the camera as the title character, wearing a black wig, leaves the hotel.
In a newspaper ad for Reduco Obesity Slayer.
In trademark sideview caricature as part of a neon sign flashing briefly outside an apartment window.
Leaving an elevator at the Empire State Hotel, carrying a violin case and smoking a cigarette.
Walking on the platform at Victoria Station in London as the lead couple returns to the city, smoking a cigarette.
Sitting on a London subway train behind the lead characters, engaging in a stare-down with a young boy who is pestering him.
As a party guest at an ex-Nazi's mansion, sipping a glass of champagne.
Walking by, then turning back to give a prolonged look at an aspiring young actress disguised as an older actress' maid.

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