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A Talk with Hitchcock 

This 1964, interview of Alfred Hitchcock was part of the CBC television series Telescope with host-director Fletcher Markle. It was conducted during or immediately after the filming of ... See full summary »

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Fletcher Markle
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Fletcher Markle ... Self - host
Alfred Hitchcock ... Self
Bernard Herrmann ... Self
Norman Lloyd ... Self
Joan Harrison ... Self
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This 1964, interview of Alfred Hitchcock was part of the CBC television series Telescope with host-director Fletcher Markle. It was conducted during or immediately after the filming of Marnie and also contains interesting stories and comments from Alfred Hitchcock and his associates Norman Lloyd, Joan Harrison and Bernard Herrmann. There are clips from and during the making of several Hitchcock movies. While some of the recollections are part of Hitch's standard interview material others are unique. Written by Vic Evans <rotcev@hotmail.com.>

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A Talk with Hitchcock is another great insight of what Hitchcock is
2 October 2019 | by the_movie_addictSee all my reviews

A Talk with Hitchcock is another great insight of what Hitchcock is that is done and presented beautifully by Fletcher Markle. I happen to stumble upon the complete interview after searching for it for many years despite a part of it is on YouTube.

It is so sad to see that this interview isn't popularized or talked among fans of Alfred Hitchcock or cinephiles of great cinema.

This interview provides great insight on how Alfred Hitchcock makes his films and talks about his most renowned films like Psycho and about the famous shower scene. Also you get to know how he is in real life and how he has learned film-making and writing over the years of experience from Germany to British Cinema to Hollywood. Must watch. I hope someone finds it in Canada where chances of a better print existing are very high but still a (bad) DVD print exists on Amazon.


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1964 (Canada) See more »

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