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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Blackmail (1929), Part 2

Detailing the restoration and quality home video releases of this groundbreaking film Shot in two separate versions, it was the Master’s final

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Waltzes from Vienna (1934)

This hidden gem is easily one of the Master’s most underrated films Features Jessie Matthews, Britain’s biggest and first international

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Number Seventeen (1932)

This woefully misunderstood mini-masterpiece is worthy of serious investigation A convoluted comedy-thriller that’s more rewarding with each successive viewing One

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Alma Reville: The Power Behind Hitchcock’s Throne

Celebrating the 120th birthday of a hugely underrated pioneer of British cinema Giving credit where it’s due: she was one half of

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The British Years in Print

Probably the most recognised and highly regarded director in history One of the most studied, discussed and written-about filmmakers ever

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Rich and Strange (1931)

At first glance, a marvellously inventive, lighthearted little comedy But in Hitch’s hands it’s complex, multi-layered and surprisingly dark The moral

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The Skin Game (1931)

Class meets crass and both cruelly trample on innocent dreams One of the Master’s best British films, it’s often unfairly

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Murder! and Mary (1930/1931)

In 1956, Hitchcock famously remade his own 1934 thriller The Man Who Knew Too Much But 25 years before that he

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Elstree Calling (1930)

The Master co-directed this musical, sharing duties with Adrian Brunel Waltzes from Vienna is wrongly thought to be Hitchcock’s only

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Juno and the Paycock (1930)

The first all-talking film from the young director is a funny but dark drama Based on perennially popular stage play

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Free the Hitchcock 9!

Let’s All Play in The Pleasure Garden Alfred Hitchcock’s nine surviving silent films have been digitally restored The Pleasure Garden

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Blackmail (1929)

The Master’s first full-length sound film and its silent counterpart get the twice-over They were simultaneously shot and released on

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The Manxman (1929)

The Master’s last fully silent film is a haunting romantic drama Carl Brisson, star of The Ring, is caught up

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Champagne (1928)

The Master’s second comedy features Betty Balfour, Britain’s biggest star of the 1920s But even her effervescent charms can’t keep it from occasionally

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The Farmer’s Wife (1928)

The Master’s uproarious first comedy, stuffed with oddballs and eccentrics It’s full of good old-fashioned English humour, both gentle and

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Nosferatu Rises: Reincarnated in Sound

Count Orlok speaks! After a century of silent scares, the brooding vampire finally finds his voice Among Nosferatu’s many homages

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The Ring (1927)

The Master turns in a technical tour de force in this prize winning tale Danish actor Carl Brisson, star of

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Raymond Rohauer: King of the Film Freebooters by William K. Everson

Infamous film collector who was one of the most contentious figures connected with the nitrate era He lied, stole and

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Easy Virtue (1927)

One of the Master’s most obscure films; much maligned, it only exists in severely compromised condition Only a few badly worn 16mm

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Downhill (1927)

Not a murder in sight, but it’s still one of the darkest films in the Master’s canon The star of

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Hitchcock/Truffaut: The Men Who Knew So Much

When Alfred met François: from 1962, the iconic directors joined forces for a series of renowned interviews Their far-ranging conversations spawned a multimedia franchise enduring to

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1926)

In silents no one can hear you scream. Investigating the Master’s take on Jack the Ripper The elusive maniac emerges from

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The Mountain Eagle (1926)

The Master’s only missing feature is one of the most wanted silent films of all It’s bookended by a pair

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The Pleasure Garden (1925)

The legend begins: spotlighting the Master’s first film, an early masterpiece But it’s still largely unknown and yet to be released in its restored original

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: The White Shadow (1923)

Long thought lost, it’s one of the latest rediscoveries from the earliest stages of the Master’s film career He was

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Miscellaneous British Films

His Master’s Apprenticeship: detailing the preservation status of Hitchcock’s earliest works Hitchcock entered the film industry in the early 1920s

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Miscellaneous Releases

Numerous unusual worldwide releases don’t fit neatly into any standard Hitch videographies However, many are essential collector’s items; some of

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Alfred Hitchcock: Dial © for Copyright, Part 4

American Films The first ever complete copyright history of the Master’s American movies All have an unbroken chain of title

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Alfred Hitchcock: Dial © for Copyright, Part 3

British Films For the first time: the complete copyright history of the Master’s British films They’ve been fully protected in

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Alfred Hitchcock: Dial © for Copyright, Part 2

American Law Exploding the public domain myth about the early films of the Master of Suspense In truth, in the