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Alfred Hitchcock

A brief summary of Hitchcock's contribution to film.
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Salvador Hernandez

on 22 February 2011

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Transcript of Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock Brief Biography Born: AUGUST 13, 1899 Leytonstone, England Died: April 28, 1980 from liver failure and heart problems Education: St. Ignatius College, London; School of Engineering and Navigaics, elecricity, acoustics, navigation)
University of London (art) Filmography 1925: The Pleasure Garden
1926: The Mountain Eagle
1926: The Lodger/The Case of Jonathan Drew
1927 Downhill
1927 Easy Virtue
1927 The Ring
1928 The Farmer's Wife
1928 Champagne
1929 The Manxman
1929 Blackmail
1930 Elstree Calling
1930 Juno and the Paycock
1930 Murder!
1931 The Skin Game
1932 Rich and Strange/East of Shanghai
1932 Number Seventeen
1932 Lord Camber's Ladies
1934 Waltzes From Vienna
1935 The 39 steps
1936 Secret Agent
1936 Sabotage/A Woman Alone
1937 Young and Innocent
1938 The Lady Vanishes
1939 Jamaica Inn
1940 Rebecca (first US film)
1940 Foreign Correspondent
1941 Mr. and Mrs. Smith
1941 Suspicion
1942 Saboteur
1943 Shadow of a Doubt
1944 Lifeboat
1945 Spellbound
1946 Notorious
1948 The Paradine Case
1948 Rope
1949 Under Capricorn
1950 Stage Fright
1951 Strangers on a Train
1953 I Confess
1954 Dial M for Murder
1954 Rear Window
1955 To Catch a Thief
1955 The Trouble With Harry
1956 The Man Who Knew Too Much
1956 The Wrong Man
1958 Vertigo
1959 North by Northwest
1960 Psycho
1963 The Birds
1964 Marnie
1966 Torn Curtain
1969 Topaz
1972 Frenzy
1976 Family Plot The master of horror
Sex
Suspense
Humor He seemed to enjoy taking on challenges while filming such as in Lifeboat, where he struggles to find ways to record the entire action all in one boat without being too repititive.
Also in Rope, where he achieved to make the movie seem as if it was taken in one shot. Of course, going into detail would be too monotonous sounding.
Hitchcock made the camera move in a
manner that made the viewers experience a type of voyouerism. Cameo appearances, bizzare interviews,
his television program "Alfred Hitchcock Presents...", and particular film trailers,
he was on the right road to becoming a cultural icon. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRfmTpmIUwo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRqr9b5epg4 He frequently casted the same actors because of his poor relationships
with them.
He was accused of calling some of them cattle. Clare Greet- 7 films
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