Illustrated book (w/Pamela Mason
; as "Pamela Kellino"): "The Cats in Our Lives"
6 Print Biographies |
1 Interview |
12 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
20 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 11" (1.8 m)
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[on Alfred Hitchcock
] You can see from the way he uses actors that he sees them as animated props. He casts his films very, very carefully and he knows perfectly well in advance that all the actors that he chooses are perfectly capable of playing the parts he gives them, without any special directorial effort on his part. He gets some sort of a charge out of directing the leading ladies, I think,...
In 1952 while remodeling his home, he discovered several reels of Buster Keaton
's "lost" films (Mason had purchased Keaton's Hollywood mansion) and immediately recognized their historical significance and was responsible for their preservation.
Sophisticated upper-class demeanor