• Created Date
  • 1939
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  • Alfred Hitchcock, film director. From the back: "5) The man Hitchcock. The cameraman caught him in a typical moment of whimsy, doing a crayon sketch of boy-meeting-girl. Once this essential detail has been attended to in all Hitchcock films, the chase commences. Hitchcock is perhaps the talking films' greatest exponent of the chase made famous in the silent flickers. He holds, and with some logic, that the movies are a medium that movies--and ... more
    Alfred Hitchcock, film director. From the back: "5) The man Hitchcock. The cameraman caught him in a typical moment of whimsy, doing a crayon sketch of boy-meeting-girl. Once this essential detail has been attended to in all Hitchcock films, the chase commences. Hitchcock is perhaps the talking films' greatest exponent of the chase made famous in the silent flickers. He holds, and with some logic, that the movies are a medium that movies--and his do, constantly. That his pictures, more often than not, establish a new glamour star, is wholly incidental. His interest is solely in making pictures that are excitingly entertaining--one such, for instance, as his latest, 'Jaimaca Inn.'". less
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