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Stephen Rebello

While vacationing in Los Angeles on a break from his position as a supervising Clinical Social Worker at a Harvard University teaching hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, Stephen Rebello secured an audience with one of his most respected heroes, Alfred Hitchcock. The meeting led to the 1980 publication of an interview in "The Real Paper," believed ... See full bio »
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In 1999, at an event held at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Rebello's first book "Reel Art -- Great Posters From the Golden Age of the Silver Screen" was honored as 'one of the best books ever written about Hollywood.' See more »

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Steve Rubello

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6' 2" (1.88 m)
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Is of Portuguese and French extraction. See more »

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