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Mr. Hitchcock taught me everything about cinema. It was thanks to him that I understood that murder scenes should be shot like love scenes and love scenes like murder scenes.
I'm a frustrated actor. My ... goal is to beat Alfred Hitchcock in the number of cameos. I'm going to try to break his record.
Hitchcock loves to be misunderstood, because he has based his whole life around misunderstandings.
Right now my career is totally schizophrenic, because when an American production like Hitchcock Presents asks to see my work I would never dream of showing them my independent films.
Mr. Hitchcock did not say actors are cattle. He said they should be treated like cattle.
Alfred Hitchcock, Isaac Newton, Elvis Presley, Captain Bligh, they're heroic or pathetic depending on which book you buy.
I've never understood the cult of Hitchcock. Particularly the late American movies... Egotism and laziness. And they're all lit like television shows.
Hitchcock had a very strange mind.
Really, the novelist has the best casting since he doesn't have to cope with the actors and all the rest. -Alfred Hitchcock
Being the object of Alfred Hitchcock's obsession was horrific, but while he ruined my career, he could never ruin my life.
[On Alfred Hitchcock:] Hitch is a gentleman farmer who raises goose flesh.
Orson Welles lists Citizen Kane as his best film, Alfred Hitchcock opts for Shadow of a Doubt, and Sir Carol Reed chose The Third Man - and I'm in all of them.
Hitchcock is the most-daring avant-garde film-maker in America today.
Even Hitchcock liked to think of himself as a puppeteer who was manipulating the strings of his audience and making them jump. He liked to think he had that kind of control.
With Hitchcock I had little relationship. I was called to replace Bernard Herrmann, his favorite composer, in Torn Curtain, after the bitter fight between them.
Hitchcock makes it very clear to us. There's an objective and a subjective camera, like there's a third- and a first-person narrator in literature.
So, Hitchcock wouldn't say anything about my work in the movie but, on the other hand, he wouldn't complain, either.
I don't think of Storefront Hitchcock or Stop Making Sense as documentaries, I think of them more as performance films.
He was such a fabulous drama coach. What better person to have than Alfred Hitchcock? His work as a director was impeccable. I learned so much.
I had to be extremely strong to fight off Mr Hitchcock. He was so insistent and obsessive, but I was an extremely strong young woman, and there was no way he was going to get the better of me.
I kind of look at my modeling career and the Alfred Hitchcock years as stepping stones to what I'm doing now.
The thing I loved about Alfred Hitchcock is that he left a lot of open ends there, a lot of clues that didn't really add up the way you think they would, and sometimes, not at all.
So I think it is common knowledge that Hitchcock had fantasies or whatever you want to call them about his leading ladies.
There were years when Hitchcock was like a master to me, but now I think he's so artificial. I can watch films and say how technically beautiful they are, but I'm not impressed by any technicality.
More than anything else, I'd like to be an old man with a good face, like Hitchcock or Picasso.
I was in New York. Hitchcock was in California. He rang me to make a report on his progress and said, I'm having trouble. I've just sacked my second screenwriter
Who was the real Hitchcock? I interviewed him once and haven't a clue.
Hitchcock had a charm about him. He was very funny at times. He was incredibly brilliant in his field of suspense.
I read mysteries like Nancy Drew and Alfred Hitchcock, and I swim and I ride my motorbike.
I could never be like Hitchcock and do only one kind of movie. Anything that's good is worthwhile.
As a kid, I was a Hitchcock lover; I cared about the dark side of things.
William Castle and Alfred Hitchcock were the first director-personalities. Before then, nobody in America knew what a director was.
I guess all the directors in France are influenced by Hitchcock, because he's the perfect visual director, in my eyes.
With the poetry of plain speaking, Shannon Hitchcock recreates the daily drama of a vanished world.
One key element to Hitchcock is the drooping jowl. That was crucial because his silhouette is crucial. There is something about his silhouette that became his brand.
I didn't hang around films. I don't know if I'd ever seen Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes.
Some trials look as much like the trial of an ordinary criminal case as a Hitchcock film looks like a home movie.
Hitchcock was one of the few people in Hollywood who had a brand. Every movie he made was an Alfred Hitchcock movie, couldn't have been anyone else.
Hitchcock's murder set-pieces are so potent, they can galvanize (and frighten) even a viewer who's seen them before!
I feel very strongly that a film isn't just a story, but the WAY that a story is told. It's why I am such a great fan of Hitchcock because it really is all in the filmmaking.
For every answer, I like to bring up a question. Maybe I'm related to Alfred Hitchcock or maybe I got to know him too well, but I think life should be that way.
The thing about Hitchcock is that, however much one dissects him, he still manages to hang onto his mystery. You can never quite get to the bottom of him.
[Alfred] Hitchcock was very interested in the image on the screen.As is any good cinema director. That is the language they speak. It is not literature, it is images on screen.
I love Hitchcock movies. I took a Hitchcock class in college, so I saw all his movies. I wrote papers on his movies.
It was the most amazing opportunity to work on a period movie and transform Anthony Hopkins into Hitchcock.
They know you're not Alfred Hitchcock, but you need to be enough Alfred Hitchcock for them not to be bothered by it. That's a reassuring thing.
I use every single thing that Alfred Hitchcock taught me in my acting career I am very grateful for the education he gave me in making motion pictures.
Suspicion," he said. "Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. He's a genius." "Starring Cary Grant." When Lucas gave me a look, I added, "You have your priorities, I have mine.
Sometimes the shots serve as homages to other movies and other directors, like Hitchcock.
Hitchcock had to fight to the death to make his movies.