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Strangers on a Train (1951), Alfred Hitchcock cameo
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It starts with a shriek of a train whistle.and ends with shrieking excitement. Strangers On A Train

Strangers on a Train (1951), Alfred Hitchcock cameo

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Alfred Hitchcock on the set of "Rope" 1948 Warner Bros.
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Hitchcock clowns in front of his artificial city

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Alfred Hitchcock on the set of "Rope" 1948 Warner Bros.

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Strangers on a Train (1951, Alfred Hitchcock) / Cinematography by Robert Burks
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"A Corda", de Alfred Hitchcock.

Rope- The last shot was by far my favorite part of the entire movie.

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And suddenly it seemed to me that light came from the windows. And then a cloud came upon the moon and hovered an instant like a dark hand before a face. The illusion went with it." Rebecca, by Daphne duMaurier. One of Hitchcock's first films.

Is that Joan Fontaine across the table from Hitch?

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Alfred Hitchcock and friend
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The Paradine Case-1947
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On a trip out of the country, Alfred Hitchcock was once asked what he did for a living. He replied, "I'm a producer." The man asked what he produced." <--- Love this quote/story and I always forget it!

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