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on 10 December 2000
This small but perfectly formed book is an ideal starter for anyone beginning on a three course meal of Hitchcock's classic cinema.Duncan's excellent chronoligcal guide to Hitchcock's films, outlines all of the key moments,players and technical features which have made Hitchcock one of the most enduring names in British cinema.Duncan utilises space just as Hitchock mastered technique.
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on 6 February 2013
An opinionated and very useful gallop through the Hitch filmography and a fine intro to his work for anyone wanting to find out more. What's especially pleasing is that Duncan does not simply follow the crowd of previous Hitchcock biographers who, since Donald Spoto, have lined up to pick over his undoubted personality flaws and generally speaking overlook his genius.
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VINE VOICEon 31 December 2012
A decent, basic introduction to Hitchcock's films, with plot and other key information (especially useful for the earlier less well known ones) and some limited analysis of his evolving techniques over his fifty years of filmmaking. 4/5
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on 8 August 2014
Minor book about the great Hitchcock, could have included a lot more though
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on 23 January 2013
Not really what I was expecting - was looking for stories by tghis author, not his life history & comments on his style.
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