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IWW Author(s): Fallaci, Oriana, 1929-2006
Editor: Gottlieb, Sidney
Edition Title: Alfred Hitchcock: Interviews
Place of Publication: Jackson
Publisher: University Press of Mississippi
Year of Publication: 2003
Series: Conversations with filmmakers
Description: liv, 218 p.: ill., 24 cm.
Language: English
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. Filmography: p. [xxv]-liv.
Genre: Interview, conversation
Table of Contents: Talkie king talks, Evening News -- Advance monologue, Oswell Blakeston -- Half the world in a talkie, Evening News -- Man who made The 39 steps: pen portrait of Alfred Hitchcock, Norah Baring -- Britain's leading film director gives some hints to the film stars of the future, Mary Benedetta -- Mr. Hitchcock discovers love, Frank S. Nugent -- Production methods compared, The Cine-Technician -- Alfred Hitchcock's working credo, Gerald Pratley -- Story of an interview, Claude Chabrol -- Hitchcock, Ian Cameron, V.F. Perkins -- Alfred Hitchcock: Mr. chastity, Oriana Fallaci -- Alfred Hitchcock on his films, Huw Wheldon -- Let's hear it for Hitchcock, Emerson Batdorf -- Dialogue on film: Alfred Hitchcock, American Film Institute -- Alfred Hitchcock, Janet Maslin -- Hitch, hitch, hitch, hurrah!, Rui Nogueira, Nicoletta Zalaffi -- Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Thomas Samuels -- Alfred Hitchcock: the German years, Bob Thomas -- Conversation with Alfred Hitchcock, Arthur Knight -- Hitchcock, Andy Warhol.
Subjects: Motion picture producers and directors -- Great Britain -- Interviews.; Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980 -- Interviews.
Abstract: Publisher description: The interviews in this collection catch Hitchcock at key moments of transition in his long career. These conversations dramatize his shifting attitudes on a variety of cinematic matters that engaged and challenged him, including the role of stars in a movie, the importance of story, the use of sound and color, his relationship to the medium of television, and the attractions and perils of realism.
ISBN: 9781578065615
OCLC Accession No.: 50511462
Edition Code: E63756-01
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