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  • {{Image|Hitchcock.jpg|left|150px|Alfred Hitchcock}} '''Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock''' (13th August 1899 - 29th April 1980) was an [[English people|English]]-b
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  • ===Hitchcock in England=== ===Hitchcock in Hollywood===
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  • Allen, R., and I. Gonzales (eds). ''Alfred Hitchcock: Cententary Essays'' (London: BFI Publishing, 1999). Allen, R., and I. Gonzales (eds). ''Past and Future Hitchcock'' (London: BFI Publishing, 2004).
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  • *[http://faculty.cua.edu/johnsong/hitchcock/pages/biblio.html Hitchcock bibliography from [[Catholic University of America]]] *[http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC/hitchcockbib.html Hitchcock bibliography from [[University of California at Berkeley]]]
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  • Allen, R., and I. Gonzales (eds). ''Alfred Hitchcock: Cententary Essays'' (London: BFI Publishing, 1999). Allen, R., and I. Gonzales (eds). ''Past and Future Hitchcock'' (London: BFI Publishing, 2004).
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  • *[http://faculty.cua.edu/johnsong/hitchcock/pages/biblio.html Hitchcock bibliography from [[Catholic University of America]]] *[http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC/hitchcockbib.html Hitchcock bibliography from [[University of California at Berkeley]]]
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  • #redirect [[Alfred Hitchcock]]
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  • {{Image|Hitchcock.jpg|left|150px|Alfred Hitchcock}} '''Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock''' (13th August 1899 - 29th April 1980) was an [[English people|English]]-b
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  • | last = Hitchcock | first = Alfred
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  • * ''[[Alfred Hitchcock Presents]]'' * ''[[The Alfred Hitchcock Hour]]''
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  • * [[Vertigo (film)]], a 1958 thriller directed by [[Alfred Hitchcock]]
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  • *"Piece Work", short story, ''Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine'', November 2004 issue *"Willie Bats", short story, ''Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine'', March 2005 issue
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  • ...ense film shot on location in San Francisco by the noted director [[Alfred Hitchcock]] that has, over the years, come to be viewed as one of the best movies eve
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  • {{r|Alfred Hitchcock}}
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  • {{r|Alfred Hitchcock}}
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  • ...[[Academy Awards|Academy Award]] nomination for Best Writing for [[Alfred Hitchcock]]'s ''[[Lifeboat (film)|Lifeboat]],'' in 1945. He continued to work in film, writing [[Alfred Hitchcock]]'s [[Lifeboat (film)|''Lifeboat'']] (1944), and the film ''[[A Medal for B
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  • ...suspense story.The thriller's audience is able to experience what [[Alfred Hitchcock]], the master of the cinematic thriller, once termed "Beneficial shocks".
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  • ...now generally considered to be one of the best films of all time. Although Hitchcock was probably the world's most famous director at the time of its introducti
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  • {{r|Alfred Hitchcock}}
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  • ...ading magazines: science-fiction for ''Analog'' and mysteries for ''Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine''. Alexander shared story credit with Dan Wright and Sam
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  • {{r|Alfred Hitchcock}}
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  • ...cters, a thinly disguised caricature of the British film director [[Alfred Hitchcock]], order "what was known in the hotel trade as an English breakfast, a euph
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  • *1944 – ''[[Lifeboat (film)|Lifeboat]]'' – directed by [[Alfred Hitchcock]], featuring [[Tallulah Bankhead]], [[Hume Cronyn]], and [[John Hodiak]]
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  • Films directed by [[Alfred Hitchcock]] and the genre [[film noir]] often feature crime as a significant element
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