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weirdvintage: “Dummy Alfred Hitchcock floating down the Thames for the trailer for “Frenzy”, 1972 (via Retronaut) ”

Alfred Hitchcock and Anthony Perkins

Alfred Hitchock Anthony Perkins on the set if Psycho, only is a great picture but it's on the set of one of the greatest movie of all time. With the greatest director, Hitchcock, and greatest character.

Great, uncredited portrait of the seemingly unflappable Alfred Hitchcock  - 1962.

The Margaret Herrick Library Digital Collections is an online database launched in July 2012 providing public access to digitized materials from the collections of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, California.

Alfred Hitchcock | Cannes Film Festival, 1963 © Francois Gragnon

fuckyeahvintage-retro: “ Alfred Hitchcock at the Cannes Film Festival, 1963 © Francois Gragnon ”

Alfred Hitchcock had a vacant cast chair marked “Mrs. Bates” placed eerily on the set of his 1960 “Psycho” throughout shooting, and even falsely reported to the press that he was auditioning for the role of Mrs. Bates to further add to the mystery around the film. – Image by © Sunset Boulevard/Corbis

ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND THE MAKING OF PSYCHO

Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock had a vacant cast chair marked “Mrs. Bates” placed eerily on the set of his 1960 “Psycho” throughout shooting, and even falsely reported to the press that he was.

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Ingrid Bergman on set of Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious photo by Robert Capa

Ingrid Bergman on set of Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious © Robert Capa - 1946

Producer Wendy Kram shares what screenwriters can learn from Alfred Hitchcock…

Wendy LA4HIRE: What Every Screenwriter Can Learn from Alfred Hitchcock

Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, KBE August 1899 – 29 April was an English film director and He pioneered many techniques in the suspense and psychological thriller genres. After a successful career in British cinema

Alfred Hitchcock on the set of Vertigo.

The most studied and analyzed film of Alfred Hitchcock’s career, Vertigo is on every level a masterclass in filmmaking. In 1958 Hitchcock worked with legendary actor Jimmy Stewart for the fourth and.

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