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  1. Coffin Break by Alfred Hitchcock, 1985-11
  2. Alfred Hitchcock: The Icon Years by John William Law, 2010-01-04
  3. Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators # 9 Mystery of the Screaming Clock by Robert Arthur, 1971
  4. Alfred Hitchcock's Ghostly Gallery, eleven spooky stories for young people by Alfred Hitchcock, 1998
  5. Secret of Skeleton Island by Alfred Hitchcock, 1986-04-10
  6. In the Name of National Security: Hitchcock, Homophobia, and the Political Construction of Gender in Postwar America (New Americanists) by Robert J. Corber, 1993-01-01
  7. Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigator in The Secret of the Crooked Cat (Alfred Hitchcock mystery series) by William Arden, 1970
  8. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories Not for the Nervous by Alfred Ed. Hitchcock, 1966
  9. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories Not for the Nervous by Alfred Ed. Hitchcock, 1966
  10. Alfred Hitchcock Presents Stories That Scared Even Me by Alfred Hitchcock, 1967-06
  11. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine Presents Fifty Years of Crime and Suspense
  12. Alfred Hitchcock Presents My Favorites in Suspense by Alfred (Various Authors) Hitchcock, 1959-01-01
  13. Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in the Mystery of the Moaning Cave, #10 by William Arden, Harry Kane (illustrator), 1978-05-12
  14. Hitchcock on Hitchcock: Selected Writings and Interviews by Alfred Hitchcock, 1997-11-04

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Hitchcock and "Eggs". In one of his films, I'm not sure which, the lead actress walks into a man's apartment, and on the stove in a frying pan is a sunny-side-up egg. The actress who is smoking, extinguishes her cigarette right in the yoke of the egg. Sure, it seems trivial, but what you might not know and what they don't teach in film school or documentaries is that Hitchcock's father was a life-long poulterer, and by the end of Hitch's adolescence, he grew to hate the look, smell, shape, and anything to do with eggs, even though in his late years he took on the physique of an egg! Granted, you can call it trivia or a short biography, but it pertains to eggs doesn't it? All this, and I'm only a 24 year old filmmaker/passionist for the medium as a whole. Bye Bye!

64. 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

65. Notorious
Site devoted to alfred hitchcock's classic film from 1946.

66. Alfred Hitchcock - Biography
alfred hitchcock. Great Name alfred Joseph hitchcock; Occupation Director,screenwriter and producer; Date of birth 13 8 - 1899; Died
  • Name: Alfred Joseph Hitchcock
  • Occupation: Director, screenwriter and producer
  • Date of birth: 13 - 8 - 1899
  • Died: 28 - 4 1980
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  • 67. 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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    New on video/DVD (previously reviewed) Ghost Ship Maid in Manhattan Abandon 8 Mile ... I Spy Be notified of site updates it's private by ChangeDetection Search the Site powered by FreeFind come chat with MaryAnn, her fellow critics, and other film fans at the Cinemarati Roundtable MaryAnn Johanson. No content appearing on this site may be reproduced, reposted, or reused in any manner without express written permission. contact Atmospheric and moody, Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca is a masterpiece of style and substance, an extended meditation on how the dead haunt the living. Photographed in somber shadows, few movies before or since have taken such glorious advantage of black-and-white film. She (Joan Fontaine) meets the enigmatic and temperamental Maxim DeWinter (Laurence Olivier) in Monte Carlo, and on a whim marries him. We never learn her name: Maxim calls her "dear" or "darling," and to others she is simply Mrs. DeWinter or, to distinguish her from Rebecca, her husband's first wife, the second Mrs. DeWinter. He takes her home to foggy, rainy Cornwall, where he owns Manderley, a rambling country manor house that's as much as a character in the film as any of its human inhabitants. A meek little mouse, "dull and gauche and inexperienced," as she terms herself, she is awkward and uncomfortable in the big house with its army of servants. Worse, the ghost of Rebecca is everywhere not an actual spirit, but reminders of the first Mrs. DeWinter. Her initials are emblazoned on napkins, handkerchiefs, stationery. Her grieving dog Jasper sits outside Rebecca's bedroom in the mysterious and off-limits west wing. "She knew everyone that mattered, and everyone loved her," says Mrs. Danvers, the creepy housemaid who came to Manderley when Rebecca was a new bride, who is trying desperately to make the second Mrs. DeWinter feel unwanted. Her husband, whom she barely knows, seems to be withdrawing from her, avoiding her. The new Mrs. DeWinter grows nervous and suspicious: Did he have something to do with his first wife's untimely death?

    68. Vertigo
    Play's review of alfred hitchcock's masterpiece. Includes explanations of the hidden assets of this slowmoving, deliberate film.

    69. Hitchcock, Alfred
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    70. A David Dodge Companion
    An annotated and illustrated biographybibliography of mystery and travel writer David Dodge. Dodge's best-known work, To Catch a Thief, was made into a film by alfred hitchcock in 1955.
    "One of the exceptional suspense novelists of the 40s and 50s" H.R.F. Keating A David Dodge Companion
    Travel Books Short Stories Travel Articles ... Site Map David Francis Dodge was born in Berkeley, California on August 18, 1910. His career as a writer began when he made a bet with his wife Elva that he could write a better mystery novel than the one she was reading. He drew on his professional experience as a Certified Public Accountant to create his first series character, San Francisco tax expert and reluctant detective James “Whit” Whitney. Death and Taxes was published by Macmillan in 1941. He won five dollars from Elva. Three more Whitney novels were published between 1943 and 1946. After Pearl Harbor he was commissioned in the U.S. Navy and emerged three years later as a Lieutenant Commander. On his release from active duty, he set out for Guatemala by car with his wife and 5-year old daughter Kendal. Thereafter he drew on his travels he went on assignments around the world for Holiday and other magazines as material for a series of humorous personal travel journals and as backgrounds for mystery thrillers in exotic locations. His most famous novel is

    71. Welcome
    Dell Magazines' official site for its alfred hitchcock and Ellery Queen publications. Includes abbreviated online versions of both print magazines, with stories, articles, columns, and online resources.
    Move your mouse over the illustration to locate the features of this website.
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine are the world's longest-running short-story mystery magazines. Stories in EQMM and AHMM have won numerous awards, including the Agatha, Anthony, Arthur Ellis, Derringer, Edgar, Macavity, Shamus, Derrick Murdoch, and Robert L. Fish awards. Both magazines represent the cutting edge in crime and mystery fiction, running the gamut of mystery's subgenres, from the classical whodunit to hardboiled private-eye tales to pure suspense. To sample our print magazines' features, visit the Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine web pages today. Each magazine's home page describes the offerings in the current issue, available at top-quality newsstands nationwide.
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    72. Britmovie | Dedicated To Classic British Films, Cinema, Movies, And Film Directo
    Dedicated to classic British cinema. An archive of cinema including alfred hitchcock, David Lean, Ealing Studios, and others.
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    73. Alfred Hitchcock
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    LOS ANGELES - Hannibal Lecter stood out in a crowd of new movies. `Red Dragon,'' the third thriller starring Anthony Hopkins as serial killer Lecter, was the No. 1 movie for a second weekend, taking in $17.6 million and fending off an onslaught of debut films, according to studio estimates Sunday.
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    LOS ANGELES - Reigning box office champ "Hannibal" enjoyed a hearty appetite at the North American holiday box office and in several foreign outposts, while the Oscar nominations boosted several films, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday, Reuters reported.
  • 75. The Alfred Hitchcock London Locations Walk
    Details about a 3hour weekly tour around London sites associated with alfred hitchcock`s life and films. The Alfred Hitchcock London Locations Walk (Bayswater to Brixton) e-mail: About our Courier: The Tour is led by Film Writer and Biographer Sandra Shevey, BA for whom this walk is one of several pioneered by her company, London Street Market Tours. Ms. Shevey has written about English travel for the English Tourist Board and the British Tourism Authority (1984 - 1987). She interviewed Alfred Hitchcock in 1972 in Hollywood, and during the course of the walk, talks about that meeting. The walk includes sites associated with Hitchcock's life as well as his films, and extends from Central London to Leytonstone (where he was born), among them: Covent Garden, Kensington, Shoreditch, etc. There is a good amount of walking, as the tour involves public transport and some destinations are a good distance apart. Ask for our flyer on Hitchcock weekend seminars and short - term courses. Concept and execution of the above text is confidential with rights reserved.™

    76. Introducing Tippi Hedren
    Pr©sentation de l'actrice et de sa relation avec alfred hitchcock   travers des informations d©taill©es et des photos des films Marnie et Les oiseaux .

    77. Hitchcock's E-Centennial
    A multimedia package is one of the many tributes designed to mark the centennial celebration of the Master of Suspense, alfred hitchcock. By Louise Knapp. Wired News

    78. Alfred Hitchcock
    A detailed biography and filmography.

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    Alfred Joseph Hitchcock was born in Leytonstone in East London, the youngest son of William andEmma Whelan Hitchcock. He was raised in a strict, Irish Catholic family and was educated at theJesuits’ St. Ignatius College. At only 16 years of age, he left to study engineering and navigation atthe University of London. Three years later, he was hired as an estimator at Henley TelegraphCompany. Hitchcock soon developed an interest in art and studied it in the evenings. He would eventually transfer to the advertising department of the company. He always had a keeninterest in cinema and followed industry news closely. After Paramount opened a studio in London,he applied for a job and was hired as a title designer for silent films. He would eventually work hisway up to assistant director, where he got some much needed experience in the art of film making. He got his break in 1922 with the film Number 13 . The film was never completed, but it wasn't all badnews for Hitchcock; he met his future wife Alam Reville during the making. She would work with him on all of his future projects, in the pre and post-production phases of his films. Hitch made his full directorial debut with
  • 79. Alfred Hitchcock
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    80. My Alfred Hitchcock Homepages
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