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METV: ‘Can you tell the difference between Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling?’

“Rod Serling and Alfred Hitchcock are both giants in the entertainment industry, especially among horror and sci-fi fans. They both were excellent at what they did, both clashed with censors who sought to constrain their work and both set examples … Continue reading

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Alfred Hitch Blog: Wemisse- Vertigo (1958) ‘I Need You To Be Madeline For a While’

“(My analysis of Vertigo will be divided into two parts.) In 1956 Paramount purchased two books as potential Alfred Hitchcock projects: Flamingo Feather, and D’entre Les Morts (From Among the Dead). He was planning to make Flamingo Feather first; it … Continue reading

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Alfred Hitchcock: Alfred Hitchcock Presents- The Sorcerer’s Apprentice 1961

Source: This piece was originally posted at The Daily Review If you’re familiar with the movie Berserk from 1967, The Sorcerer Apprentice should look at least somewhat familiar to you. Diana Dors, is in both films. In Berserk, she plays … Continue reading

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Mark Moyer: Alfred Hitchcock Hour- Diana Dors: ‘Just One of Those Things (1963)’

“Diana Dors – Just One Of Those Things (The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, 1963)” From Mark Moyer I think Run For Doom is Alfred Hitchcock at his best because you see the full-scale of what he wanted to give his audience. A … Continue reading

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