Alfred Hitchcock on Dead Bodies
"If I did a story or a musical about Cinderella, they would be waiting for the body to turn up"
- Alfred Hitchcock in 1957
Interview by Colin Edwards from the http://PacificaRadioArchives.org
"The master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, sat down for a short interview on the set of a film tentatively titled, From Amongst The Dead. The film would be released in early 1958 as Vertigo, the classic starring jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak. In this interview, we go inside the mind of a master storyteller with a penchant for fear." (YouTube)
'THE 39 STEPS':
Dans le cadre d'un travail préparatoire à une sortie au théâtre pour voir l'adaptation des "39 marches", je vais travailler avec mes élèves sur :
The Hitchcock Gallery
"This short video-essay examines various themes and techniques Alfred Hitchcock developed throughout his career.
Using 40 titles, it includes every feature film Hitchcock made from STEPS1934 right through to his retirement in 1976.
Of the several themes on display here (falling, ascending and descending staircases, opening curtains, reading newspapers, poisoning drinks, women's hairstyles, shoes, train compartments, sleeping and dreaming, pulling away from and dollying in on the action,
overhead shots and characters looking directly into the camera), there are yet others for fellow essayists to examine further..." (vimeo.com)
The Alfred Hitchcock Cameos - Article + Photos + Video
"Sir Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) is, undisputedly, one of the great filmmakers of all-time. “Hitch" is universally accepted as the “Master of Suspense"..." (neatorama.com)
Alfred Hitchcock's Ghost Stories for Young People Part 1
"This includes the intro from Alfred Hitchcock and the story The Haunted and The Haunters." Part 2 :
"This includes - The Magician and Johnny Takes a Dare, with both featuring intros by Alfred Hitchcock." Part 3 :
"with intro and the short story - The Open Window." Part 4 :
"with Alfred Hitchcock intro and the short story - The Helpful Hitchhiker." Part 5 :
"with the story - Jimmy Takes Vanishing Lessons and intro by Alfred Hitchcock." (YouTube)