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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide, Part 3

American movie collections The Master’s higher profile later movies are the works cementing his towering legend However, his artistry cannot be fully appreciated via seriously substandard transfers Despite the seemingly

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Alfred Hitchcock Presents Collectors’ Guide

One of the longest running and most critically acclaimed TV series ever made Its enduring popularity has done much to define the Master’s image in pop culture Murder most delicious:

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Joan Harrison: Hitchcock’s Most Frequent Collaborator

Hitchcock/Harrison: sharing hundreds of screen credits, now she’s stepping out from the Master’s shadow Screenwriter on a handful of Hitchcock classics became trailblazing film executive in her own right Universal’s

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Charters and Caldicott Collectors’ Guide

Iconic comedy duo who débuted in Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes Quintessentially English, eccentric and cricket-obsessed pair were a big hit Audiences demanded more and got it, even after split

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Nova Pilbeam Collectors’ Guide, Part 2

Filmography on home video Star of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much and Young and Innocent Made many other fine films with a host of the Master’s regular

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Nova Pilbeam Collectors’ Guide

Super Nova: astronomical rise saw her become a household name within just two years of going on stage She’s best known for Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Jamaica Inn (1939)

All at sea: before sailing to the states, the Master turned to piracy for his last British film He directed Daphne du Maurier’s torrid tale of intrigue, romance, treachery and

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Jamaica Inn (1939), Part 5

Remakes Refusing to sink: film, TV, radio, theatre and musical dramatisations keep on coming Four adaptations of Daphne du Maurier’s novel have sailed onto big and small screens Latter three

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Hitchcock/Truffaut: The Men Who Knew So Much, Part 2

The spin-offs Famous veteran filmmaker was first interviewed in 1962 by young French critic cum-director Truffaut worshipped the Master and believed the world was not giving his genius due credit

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Bootlegs Galore: The Great Alfred Hitchcock Rip-off, Part 2

Despite years of misinformation, none of the Master’s works are in the public domain Bootleggers have ripped them off for years on VHS and DVD, but now Blu-ray and digital