The Complete Films of Alfred Hitchcock

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Citadel Press, 2002 - Performing Arts - 256 pages
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A tribute to the undisputed master of terror and suspense and the visionary who revolutionised the art of filmmaking, this book covers everything from his 1922 silent film The Pleasure Garden to his final 1976 film, Family Plot, including such masterpieces as Vertigo, Psycho, Rear Window and The Birds, and the years of his popular television show, Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Complete with 450 b/w stills from his many films and a text that examines the background of each production, this is the ultimate portrait of the movie genius in all his cinematic glory.
 

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Contents

Foreword by Pat Hitchcock OConnell
12
19221933
23
Number Thirteen The Pleasure Garden Fear of God
137
The Mountain Eagle The Lodger
149
Easy Virtue The Ring The Farmers
155
pagne The Manxman Blackmail Juno and the Pay
161
of Shanghai Number Seventeen Waltzes from Vienna
170
The Man Who Knew Too Much
190
The Lady Vanishes
217
19401947
227
Rebecca
247
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About the author (2002)

Harris is a film producer who also works restoring classic movies.

Judith Silverstein, MD, and Michael Lasky, JD, not only wrote this book together, but they actually found each other through online dating.