Alfred Hitchcock

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Noun1.Alfred Hitchcock - English film director noted for his skill in creating suspense (1899-1980)Alfred Hitchcock - English film director noted for his skill in creating suspense (1899-1980)
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Alfred Hitchcock's horror masterpiece Psycho terrified the world in 1960 when Janet Leigh's felon was stabbed to death in the Bates Motel.
Philippe of the immortal shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho'.
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S FILMS have always invited what Freud called "wild analysis." ("You Freud, me Jane?" Tippi Hedren's character says to Sean Connery in Mamie [1964], as he forces her to free-associate.) Indeed, it's hard to think of any other filmmaker who has been called on to prove so many points by so many critics.
QI have an autograph book with Alfred Hitchcock's signature.
GRACE OF MONACO Sky Movies Premiere 6.15PM PREMIERE Nicole Kidman (below) stars as Alfred Hitchcock's icequeen Grace Kelly, who is in a gilded cage after marrying Monaco's Prince Rainier.
Joan Fontaine, who gave strong performances in many classic films including Alfred Hitchcock's "Rebecca" and "Letter From an Unknown Woman," died Dec.
Hitchcock is a legendary film director whose techniques are succinctly explained in "Alfred Hitchcock's Moviemaking Master Class", a 240 page instruction compendium created by award winning documentary film maker Tony Lee Moral.
4&5 FEATURES Dame Helen Mirren is taking on another real-life role, as director Alfred Hitchcock's wife Alma Reville in the film Hitchcock.
Alfred Hitchcock's thriller, based on a Daphne du Maurier short story, starring Tippi Hedren, Rod Taylor, Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette, Veronica Cartwright, Ethel Griffies, Charles McGraw, Ruth McDevitt, Lonny Chapman, Malcolm Atterbury and Alfred Hitchcock.
In 1956 the first issue of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine was published, and he cannibalized it for the television show.
This innovative screening uses the set up of the Leicester Square Theatre to pit Alfred Hitchcock's 1960s Psycho against Gus Van Sant's 1998 remake.
Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, according to the BFI Sight And Sound Poll.