By Richard Allen, Sam Ishii-Gonzales
This new choice of writings on Alfred Hitchcock considers him either in his time and as a continuous impression on filmmakers, movies and picture theory.
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174. 9 Alfred Hitchcock, “Film Production,” in Gottlieb, Hitchcock on Hitchcock, pp. 216, 217. Originally published in Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 15, 1965, pp. 907–11. 10 The film critic of the Daily Express, London, 1924, cited in Alfred Hitchcock, “Close Your Eyes and Visualize,” in Gottlieb, Hitchcock on Hitchcock, p. 246. Originally published in The Stage, London, July 1936. 11 Ibid. 12 Taylor, Hitch, p. 234. ” The scene begins in typical Hitchcock fashion, with a slow tracking shot from Stewart’s point of view as he approaches the taxidermist’s shop at the end of a sinister alleyway.
216, 217. Originally published in Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 15, 1965, pp. 907–11. 10 The film critic of the Daily Express, London, 1924, cited in Alfred Hitchcock, “Close Your Eyes and Visualize,” in Gottlieb, Hitchcock on Hitchcock, p. 246. Originally published in The Stage, London, July 1936. 11 Ibid. 12 Taylor, Hitch, p. 234. ” The scene begins in typical Hitchcock fashion, with a slow tracking shot from Stewart’s point of view as he approaches the taxidermist’s shop at the end of a sinister alleyway.
8 Despite his success, Hitchcock always stayed fundamentally middle class in his tastes and aspirations, except (perhaps) in the area of food and wine (where he cherished the opportunity of becoming a bon viveur in the old Edwardian style) and art (where he added Braque and Dubuffet to the Klee and Sickert already in his collection). I think Hitchcock was happier in Los Angeles than he was in London, largely because he was able to play the waggish and eccentric Englishman without the self-consciousness that would have overcome him in England, as if the Southland gave him license to turn himself into something of a caricature without the shame he might have felt in London.
Hitchcock : past and future by Richard Allen, Sam Ishii-Gonzales