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Alfred Hitchcock Collectors’ Guide: Elstree Calling (1930)

Contrary to popular opinion, Hitchcock actually directed two musicals This was his first, though he shared duties with topliner Adrian Brunel Also his first part-colour film, years before the full-colour

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Multiple-Language Version Film Collectors’ Guide, Part 3

1933–1938 Films The international solution to language-restricted talkies passes its peak years However, many classics were yet to be made before the advent of WWII ended the practise To get

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Multiple-Language Version Film Collectors’ Guide, Part 2

1931–1932 Films Get your teeth into multiple-language version films on Blu-ray and DVD! Feast your eyes on this rundown of the best MLVs of the early sound era Continuing this series

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Multiple-Language Version Film Collectors’ Guide

1930 Films Q: What do the following have in common? Laurel and Hardy, Greta Garbo, Buster Keaton, Marlene Dietrich, Alfred Hitchcock, John Wayne, Dracula and Fritz Lang. A: They all

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The Multiple-Language Version Film: A Curious Moment in Cinema History

The multiple-language version film was a short-lived product of the transition from silents to talkies, which led to a host of conundrums and consequences In the first of a series