Tag "Alma Reville"

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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 the present day Influencing generations of fans, filmmakers and scholars

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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 the shadows in one of his earliest big screen outings

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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 of masterpieces and is very likely just as impressive In

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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 version All current home video versions are of battered, badly edited

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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 still working his way up the ladder but took on

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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 but that hasn’t stopped the bootleggers NONE are in the

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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 the UK and many other countries since they first premièred Protection

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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide

First part of an in-depth series giving a totally unique insight into the Master of Suspense, focusing on his British years The iconic director’s best known for his Hollywood classics