Watch “Alfred Hitchcock – Masters of Cinema (Complete Interview in 1972)” on YouTube

10 responses to “Watch “Alfred Hitchcock – Masters of Cinema (Complete Interview in 1972)” on YouTube

  1. I love how he always threw in comedic relief. Every film and every story needs that. Otherwise, it gets to be exhausting and in the end, to me, dull. We’re drawn to people who make us laugh and a story-teller who never does that is usually not that interesting to me for long. It’s like, geez, does this guy ever laugh? Have any fun at all? Haha.

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  2. I’ve always thought the who-dun-it was purely intellectual too with little emotional value but it is what it is and many like it, as have I at times. It serves a different function. AH is so brilliant!

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  3. Montgomery Clift said I wouldn’t look up.

    You better look up or else.

    Haha. I love AH. I think he had trouble with Paul Newman too.

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  4. An amazing director. Few can match the suspense he created in films

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