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Also lent his name and character to a series of adolescent books called "Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators" (circa 1950s-1960s). The premise was that main character Jupiter Jones won the use of Mr. Hitchcock's limousine. Hitch also often wrote forewards to this series of books.
26 Biographical Movies |
77 Print Biographies |
5 Portrayals |
2 Interviews |
62 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
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Mr. Alfred Hitchcock | Sir Alfred Hitchcock
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Did You Know?
I made a remark a long time ago. I said I was very pleased that television was now showing murder stories, because it's bringing murder back into its rightful setting - in the home.
Many of Hitchcock's films have one-word titles: Blackmail
(1969) and Frenzy
(1972). He favored one-word titles because he felt that it was uncluttered, clean and easily remembered by the audience.
[Cameo] Often has a quick cameo in his films. He eventually began making his appearances in the beginning of his films, because he knew viewers were watching for him and he didn't want to divert their attention away from the story's plot. He made a live cameo appearance in all of his movies beginning with The Lady Vanishes (1938) (Man in London Railway Station walking on the station train ...