Hitchcock'S Films Revisited
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Hitchcock'S Films Revisited

Robin Wood

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Hitchcock'S Films Revisited

Robin Wood

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An analysis of the films of Alfred Hitchcock, including Strangers on a Train, Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho, The Birds, Marnie, and Torn Curtain among others.

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Blackmail.
Alice 
White 
(Anny 
Ondra), 
the 
first 
of 
Hitchcock's 
"guilty 
women," 
is 
mocked 
by 
the 
jester 
as 
she 
is 
about 
to 
resume 
her 
"respectable" 
dress 
after 
the 
death 
of 
Crewe. 
The 
morning 
after 
the 
manslaughter. 
Alice 
at 
breakfast 
with 
her 
parents; 
in 
the 
background 
the 
gossiping 
neighbor 
who 
won't 
stop 
talking 
about 
the 
"murder"; 
in 
the 
foreground, 
Alice's 
father 
with 
the 
breadknife. 
T
h
e 
triangle: 
Alice 
silent 
between 
Frank 
(John 
Longden) 
and 
Tracy 
(Donald 
Calthrop) 
in 
their 
struggle 
for 
domination. 
The 
death 
of 
Mr. 
Memory 
(Wylie 
Watson). 
Hannay 
(still 
bearing 
the 
handcuffs) 
and 
Pamela 
(Madeleine 
Carroll) 
are 
about 
to 
join 
hands; 
the 
chorus 
line 
is 
dimly 
visible 
in 
the 
background. 
Young 
and 
Innocent.
The 
birthday 
party. 
The 
image, 
remarkable 
for 
its 
intri-
cate 
patterning 
of 
looks, 
balances 
the 
tentative 
future 
couple 
(Derrick 
de 
Mar-
ney, 
Nova 
Pilbeam) 
with 
the 
established 
older 
couple 
(Basil 
Radford, 
Mary 
Clare). 

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APA 6 Citation
Wood, R. (1960). Hitchcock’S Films Revisited (1st ed.). Columbia University Press. Retrieved from https://www.perlego.com/book/1359484/hitchcocks-films-revisited-pdf (Original work published 1960)
Chicago Citation
Wood, Robin. (1960) 1960. Hitchcock’S Films Revisited. 1st ed. Columbia University Press. https://www.perlego.com/book/1359484/hitchcocks-films-revisited-pdf.
Harvard Citation
Wood, R. (1960) Hitchcock’S Films Revisited. 1st edn. Columbia University Press. Available at: https://www.perlego.com/book/1359484/hitchcocks-films-revisited-pdf (Accessed: 14 October 2022).
MLA 7 Citation
Wood, Robin. Hitchcock’S Films Revisited. 1st ed. Columbia University Press, 1960. Web. 14 Oct. 2022.