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  1. Alfred Hitchcock's Tales of the Supernatural and the Fantastic
  2. Alfred Hitchock Presents: Dates with Death - Tales from A Month of Mystery by Alfred, Editor Hitchcock, 1972
  3. Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure (The Three Investigators, No. 5) by Robert Arthur, 1985-07-12
  4. Hitchcock Poster Art by Mark Wolff, Tony Nourmand, 2000-09-01
  5. Alfred Hitchcock Presents Grave Business by Alfred Hitchcock, 1977-07-07
  6. The Alfred Hitchcock Quote Book by Laurent Bouzereau, 1993-06
  7. Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in the Mystery of the Talking Skull (Windward Book) by Robert Arthur, 1984-11
  8. The Encyclopedia of Alfred Hitchcock (Library of Great Filmmakers) by Thomas M. Leitch, 2002-05
  9. The Mystery of the Flaming Footprints (Alfred Hitchcock & the Three Investigators 15) by M. V. Carey, 1984-10-12
  10. A Year of Hitchcock: 52 Weeks with the Master of Suspense by Jim McDevitt, Eric San Juan, 2009-05-16
  11. Hitchcock and Philosophy (Popular Culture and Philosophy)
  12. The Alfred Hitchcock Murder Case by George Baxt, 1987-04
  13. The Mystery of the Fiery Eye (Alfred Hitchcock & the Three Investigators 7) by Robert Arthur, Harry Kane, 1984-09-12
  14. Alfred Hitchcock's Supernatural Tales of Terror and Suspense

41. Alfred Hitchcock - Introduction
alfred hitchcock. Great site about the master of suspense with Real Video and Real Audio.
He was known to his audiences as the 'Master of Suspense' and what Hitchcock mastered was not only the art of making films but also the task of taming his own raging imagination. Director of such works as Vertigo, Psycho, The Birds and The 39 steps, Hitchcock told his stories through intelligent plots witty dialogue and a spoonful of mystery and murder. In doing so, he inspired a new generation of filmmakers and revolutionized the thriller genre, making him a legend around the world. His brilliance was sometimes too bright: He was hated as well as loved, oversimplified as well as over analyzed. Hitchcock was eccentric, demanding, inventive, impassioned and he had a great sense of British humor.
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42. Cinema De Sempre
Fitxes sobre diverses pel·l­cules i directors. Entre altres es troben Taxi driver, Mallrats, El silenci dels anyells, alfred hitchcock i Tim Burton.

43. CNN - Alfred Hitchcock At 100 - August 13, 1999
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44. Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho
A salute to the movie on its 36th anniversary by Brian W. Fairbanks, with pictures.

45. Images: A Journal Of Film And Popular Culture
Articles about movies, with an emphasis on the visual language of cinema. Includes studies of Westerns, film noir, serials, horror, stardom, and alfred hitchcock.
NEW In Search of Masculinity: Martin Ritt's Hud and John Schlesinger's Midnight Cowboy
Article by Ann Barrow. A Festival Review: 41st New York Film Festival . Article by David Gurevich. Striking Chords and Touching Nerves: Myth and Gender in Gone With the Wind . Article by Vicki L. Eaklor. PLUS Billy Wilder and Samuel Fuller talk about film noir . Interviews by Robert Porfirio and James Ursini. Excerpts from Film Noir Reader 3 (November 2001, Limelight Editions). MOVIES: Troy Van Helsing Kill Bill Vol. 2 Good Bye, Lenin! ... The Trilogy , and Blind Shaft VIDEO: Trouble in Paradise The Cars That Ate Paris In a Glass Cage Naked Lunch ... Pale Flower , and Knife in the Water Deconstructing Francis: Apocalypse Now and the End of the '70s by Darren Haber All previous features and reviews are available on-line. To find these articles, check out our features archive and our reviews archive Images publishes articles about movies, television, videos, and other popular visual arts. Images is a quarterly journal, but we'll be adding new articles and reviews every week; so check back often. If you would like to be notified when new articles appear, you can now be added to our

46. Britmovie | Dedicated To Classic British Films, Cinema, Movies, And Film Directo
Dedicated to classic British cinema, movies and films. An archive of cinema including alfred hitchcock, Michael Powell, David Lean, Ealing Studios, Danny Boyle, Carol Reed, Stanley Kubrick.
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47. 50's TV Dramas - Classic TV
Nostalgic look at 1950s programming, including Dragnet, Perry Mason, and alfred hitchcock Presents, with images and sounds.
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48. Alfred Hitchcock
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Alfred Hitchcock Réalisateur, Producteur, Scénariste britannique
Né(e) le 13 Août 1899 à Londres (Angleterre)
Mort(e) le 29 Avril 1980 à Los Angeles (Etats-Unis)
Après des études d'ingénieur, Alfred Hitchcock entre à la compagnie des télégraphes Hanley. En 1920, il intègre la compagnie Famous Players Lasky (filiale de la Paramount à Londres) où il s'occupe des sous-titres pour les films muets. Cette expérience lui permet de se familiariser avec tous les métiers du cinéma. En 1922, il fait une première tentative de réalisation avec Number thirteen qu'il ne terminera jamais. Avec Le Jardin du plaisir (The Pleasure Garden) (1925), il signe son véritable premier film. Son style et ses thèmes de prédilection pointent avec L' Eventreur (The Lodger) (1926) et Chantage (Blackmail) (1929). Son apogée en Angleterre est marquée par des films tels que L' homme qui en savait trop (The Man Who Knew Too Much) Les Trente-Neuf Marches (The Thirty Nine Steps) Agent secret - Quatre de l'espionnage (Secret agent) (1936) et Une femme disparaît (The Lady Vanishes)
A la veille de la guerre, il a déjà une solide réputation.

49. Images - Alfred Hitchcock's WWII French Films And The Limits Of Propaganda
The images journal comments on the propagandistic elements of this film.
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A tense scene from the final moments of Bon Voyage.
A t the peak of his career, Alfred Hitchcock, renown for his British and Hollywood-made suspense cinema, diverged from his usual formula to make two French language adventure movies designed as World War II propaganda films. Made in 1944, Aventure malgache (which translates as "Madagascan Adventure") and Bon Voyage remained virtually unseen until a 50th anniversary re-release and subsequent video distribution. These two short films may well be the most challenging films to assess in the entire Hitchcock filmography, for their overt goal of propaganda establishes a set of expectations alien to Hitchcock's suspense films, thus creating conflicts for the filmmaker and the critics alike. By the mid-1940s, Hitchcock was on top of the movie world. With movies such as Rebecca and Foreign Correspondent , he had conquered Hollywood and become world renowned. When the British government, specifically the British Ministry of Information, decided to produce a pair of war propaganda dramas to help raise the spirits of people in Occupied France, Alfred Hitchcock was the first choice to direct the dramas. Having already edited a pair of English war documentaries (that were directed by others) in 1941, Hitchcock considered such work to be his patriotic duty, and he immediately accepted the offer from Sidney Bernstein of the Ministry's Film Division. Of course, a French director could have just as easily, if not more easily, directed these films. But the British Information Service aimed to control the project by placing a British director in charge, just as Prime Minister Winston Churchill was, at the time, exercising every imaginable strategy to control the exiled General Charles de Gaulle.

50. Alfred Hitchcock: A Who2 Profile
alfred hitchcock • Film Director. alfred Blondes. The Definitive alfred hitchcock Links Page Plenty of hitchcock information here,
ALFRED HITCHCOCK Film Director Alfred Hitchcock's successful screen thrillers earned him the nickname "Master of Suspense," but he is also considered one of the greatest film directors in the history of cinema. He started out in British productions as a title and set designer, working his way up to the position of screenwriter and director by the mid-1920s. His notable early movies include The Lodger Blackmail (1929, the first British feature to use synchronous sound) and The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934). He had commercial and critical success while still in Britain, and thrillers such as The 39 Steps (1935) and The Lady Vanishes (1938) solidified his reputation for combining mystery and suspense with dashes of humor. In the '40s Hitchcock began making movies in the United States, hits such as Rebecca Shadow of a Doubt (1943) and Spellbound (1945, featuring a memorable dream sequence by Salvador Dali ) as well as less successful but still technically daring films like Lifeboat (1944) and Rope (1948). He was in top form in the 1950s, and his movies from the era are still popular, including Strangers on a Train Rear Window (1954, with

51. Hitchcock-Web
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52. Psycho: A Masterpiece Dismembered
Review of Gus Van Sant's botched taxidemery job on alfred hitchcock's Psycho.
A Masterpiece Dismembered Reviewed by Robert L. Jones Hitchcock and Herrmann will have their revenge
Gus Van Sant's Botched Taxidermy Job
Those of you out
there (who know me) know I'm not such a Hitchcock "purist" that I shun
everything out there in the suspense genre, lest it be directed by the
Master himself. I have touted the virtues of many a homage to Hitch or
even downright imitations, from "Charade," "Mirage," "The Spanish
Prisoner," "Obsession," "High Anxiety," "True Lies," "The Bride Wore
Black," "Cape Fear" (1962 Version, of course) and "Sea of Love" to Hitchcock-influenced films such as"Carlito's Way," "Goldfinger," "Taxi Driver" and "Gattaca." However, this so-called "remake" from Gus Van Sant is an abomination.
The acting is worse than the High School for the Deaf Thespian Troupe;
no costumes by Rita Riggs or Edith Head - I think they were picked out by a blind man walking through the Salvation Army thrift shop. The movie has been printed on color film: That makes a whole lot of sense for showcasing the film's star, the chalky and pasty Anne Heche who

53. The Paper
Detailed examination of the film directed by Michael Powell, Peeping Tom, and a comparision to a similar film made in the same year, Psycho, directed by alfred hitchcock.
Complete Text of the Paper
Peeping Tom Psycho Psycho opened at two showcase theaters in Manhattan, where it played regularly to near-capacity audiences for nine weeks before extending its opening into neighborhood theaters. The unprecedented success of the film is illustrated by the fact that first run Manhattan theaters continued to run Psycho Psycho was an unqualified commercial success and it made Hitchcock extremely wealthy. Psycho Homicidal Whatever Happened to Baby Jane (1962), as well as upon the "art" movie Roman Polanski’s Repulsion (1965). It virtually established a whole subgenre of psychotic thrillers and ".... thus became not only a classic but a minor social phenomenon." (Naremore, p. 75) Robin Wood calls the film "One of the key works of our age" (Wood, p. 113) and Donald Spoto writes, "In method and content, in the sheer economy of its style and its brave, uncompromising moralism, it’s one of the great works of the modern age." (Spoto, p. 327) Exactly one month prior to Psycho Peeping Tom was released in Britain. It was crucified by the British press, and quickly withdrawn from distribution. Powell authority Ian Christie comments: "The outraged press response to

54. L'Encyclopédie De L'Agora: Alfred Hitchcock
alfred hitchcock, Biographie en résumé Cinéaste américain d origine britannique.
Accueil Index Catégories Dossiers ... Imprimer Dossiers connexes François Truffaut
Alfred Hitchcock Biographie en résumé
Cinéaste américain d'origine britannique. On le surnomme «le maître du suspense».
Hitchcock. Photo prise en 1956
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Alfred Hitchcock posant pour une photo de mode avec Ina
Vie et oeuvre «En allant au cinéma, les spectateurs veulent quitter la vie normale de tous les jours pour vivre quelque chose d'extraordinaire. Une tranche de gâteau, pas une tranche de vie.»
Alfred Hitchcock
Né à Londres, le 13 août 1899, quelques années seulement après le cinéma, il connaît une enfance sans histoire au sein d'une famille catholique. À l'âge de quatre ou cinq ans, bien qu'il soit un enfant sage et réservé, son père l'envoie au poste de police, chargé d'une lettre. Après avoir lu la missive que lui tendait le jeune garçon, il l'enferme dans une cellule pour quelques minutes en l'admonestant: «Voilà ce qui arrive aux vilains garnements!» Cet épisode et une éducation stricte chez les Jésuites marqueront Hitchcock et nourriront peurs et angoisses tout au long de sa vie.

55. Notorious
Site devoted to alfred hitchcock's classic film from 1946.
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56. And AMC Salute Alfred Hitchcock salutes alfred hitchcock (1899 1980). Twenty-one years after his death, alfred hitchcock remains the most imitated

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Alfred Hitchcock Twenty-one years after his death, Alfred Hitchcock remains the most imitated filmmaker who ever lived. No other director so peerlessly combined craftsmanship and personality, popularity and genius. Though his work has been pillaged and parodied - in films as inspired as David Lynch's Blue Velvet and as ersatz as Brian DePalma's Obsession - a scene from Hitchcock remains unmistakably Hitchcock. No one has touched the cool perfection of his best work.
Naysayers dismiss Hitchcock for both his lurid subject matter and the technocratic assurance of his craftsmanship. They miss both the wit and the emotional complexity of his work. His films are always as funny as they are unnerving, and he rarely settled for a thrill ride or an easy shock. Hitchcock instead used his unparalleled technique as a means of entangling the audience, binding us to his (often disturbed, even sociopathic) characters and thus making us experience the terror they face at first hand.
Identification is always a vexing issue in Hitchcock. Long after the shock of the shower scene has worn off

57. Dial H For Hitchcock -
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58. The Flick Filosopher | Rebecca
MaryAnn Johanson's review Atmospheric and moody, alfred hitchcock's Rebecca is a masterpiece of style and substance, an extended meditation on how the dead haunt the living.

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60. Vertigo
Play's review of alfred hitchcock's masterpiece. Includes explanations of the hidden assets of this slowmoving, deliberate film.
Vertigo (1958) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Not Rated
Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece comes in the haunting form of this methodically detailed film. "Vertigo" is as tough to comprehend and appreciate as it is rewarding and enthralling once an understanding has been accomplished. This ingenious thriller is marked with typical underlying Hitchcockian themes, such as, the dead affecting the living, the loss of identity and the malicious deception by one's self and foes creating confusion and loss of security. The ending of "Vertigo" is perhaps the greatest moment of the film, with James Stewart's character bitterly hanging on to the memory of a dead woman who was only an illusion in his reality. Stewart and counterpart Kim Novak brilliantly convey the illusion being shattered and comprehension being reached in their confusion in only a few, brief seconds, before the tragic conclusion grips the viewer with an iron-clad fist. The odd opening sequence represents the unknown identity themes of "Vertigo". Since the lady portrayed during these credits is never shown in profile, it is an introduction to the main characters of the film that the viewer never really understands or knows.
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