Alfred Hitchcock is probably the most famous film director who ever lived. For five decades, first in England, then in Hollywood, he made fifty-four films, including classics such as The Thirty-Nine Steps, Rebecca, Notorious, Rear Window, North by Northwest, Vertigo, and Psycho.
Few filmmakers have been as popular, critically celebrated, and as influential. This presentation looks at his achieveme ...
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Classics are classic for a reason: They’re generally well-loved and remembered fondly. But sometimes even the classics need a little update. So if you’re looking for some more modern reading alternatives to classic favorites, look no further!
British Library Crime Classics is a wonderful series of old time mysteries that have been popular at the library. If you're looking for gentle intrigue at a British country home, or perhaps a locked room mystery, try this series.
We were fresh out of World War 2 and America was booming with new ideas. The 1950s produced the frightening _Rear Window_, jazzy dance numbers like _Singin' in the Rain_, Disney classics like _Sleeping Beauty_.