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Alma Reville (Character)
from Hitchcock (2012)

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Hitchcock -- A love story between influential filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and wife Alma Reville during the filming of Psycho in 1959.
Hitchcock -- Watch a clip of Anthony Hopkins character as Alfred Hitchcock directing Janet Leigh (Scarlett Johansson) in the infamous shower scene from Psycho.
Hitchcock -- Watch a featurette from Hitchcock.
Hitchcock -- Clip: Shock Value

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Alternate Names:
Alma Hitchcock / Alma Reville Hitchcock


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  1. Hitchcock (2012) Played by Helen Mirren
  2. The Girl (2012) (TV) Played by Imelda Staunton (as Alma Reville Hitchcock)
  3. Hitch (2012) Played by Patty Hannock (as Alma Hitchcock)

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From Hitchcock (2012)
Alma Reville: You know, Hitch always says that your private life is in danger of being more entertaining than any of your plots.
Whitfield Cook: Well, I'm surprised he let me have you for the whole afternoon. Especially looking so beautiful. So, tell me, what are you working on these days?
Alma Reville: Me? I'm satisfied working in my garden.
Whitfield Cook: Well, that's one lucky garden.
Alma Reville: You know, all this relentless sycophancy is actually giving me indigestion. What are you after?
Whitfield Cook: I was hoping that you may be able to apply your considerable pruning skills to this.
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