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Literature for
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Printed Media Reviews
Crowther, Bosley. "The Screen in Review; 'Stage Fright,' New Hitchcock Picture Made in England, Arrives at Music Hall". In: "The New York Times", 24 February 1950, Pg. 27, (NP)
Donald. "Pánico en la escena". In: "ABC" (Madrid), 16 June 1961, Pg. 77, (NP)
Morice, Jacques. "Le grand alibi". In: "Télérama" (Paris, France), Télérama S.A., Iss. # 3303, 1 May 2013, Pg. 100, (MG), ISSN: 0040-2699

Other information
"Die rote Lola". In: "Illustrierte Film-Bühne" (Munich, Germany), Verlag: Film-Bühne GmbH., Iss. 867, September 1950, Pg. 4

Original Literary Source
Jepson, Selwyn. ""Man Running" (aka "Outrun the Constable" and "Killer by Proxy")". (Garden City, New York, USA), Doubleday, 1948, (BK)

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