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British film director Alfred Hitchcock walks with his wife Alma Reville and their daughter Pat Hitchcock aboard the Queen Mary at Southampton, Great Britain, before departure to America, on March 04, 1939. In United States he is to become Britain's most successful film export since Charlie Chaplin.

British film director Alfred Hitchcock walks with his wife Alma Reville and their daughter Pat Hitchcock.

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

How to Make a Film Like Alfred Hitchcock: A Breakdown of the Master's Techniques http://nofilmschool.com/2014/05/make-a-film-like-alfred-hitchcock-breakdown-of-the-masters-techniques/

How to Make a Film Like Alfred Hitchcock: A Breakdown of the Master's Techniques

How to Make a Film Like Alfred Hitchcock: A Breakdown of the Master's Techniques http://nofilmschool.com/2014/05/make-a-film-like-alfred-hitchcock-breakdown-of-the-masters-techniques/

Sir Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, 1899 – 1980 was an English film director and producer. He pioneered many techniques in the suspense and psychological thriller genres. He is widely regarded as one of cinema's most significant artists.

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Hitchcock. He had brilliant expressions.

The team at the Harlequin sought challenges for the upcoming, which includes two shows inspired by Hitchcock and brand-new musical revues.

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Alfred Hitchcock promo photo for The Birds by Philippe Halsman

Hitchcock directs in 1926 - with Alma Reveille assisting

Alfred Hitchcock directing The Mountain Eagle in a film now considered to be lost. With wife Alma Reville assisting via indypendent-thinking (by petkenro)

Photo of Alfred Hitchcock head prop in the  fridge with his wife. Photo by Philippe Halsman. °

Alfred Hitchcock's wife Alma Reville posing with a wax cast of her husband's head in a refrigerator, Gotta love that sense of humor XD

Tippi Hedren and Alfred Hitchcock attend the screening of 'The Birds' at the Cannes Film Festival, 1963.

Tippi Hedron and Alfred Hitchcock attend the screening of ‘The Birds’ at the Cannes Film Festival,

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