Alfred Hitchcock


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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Berle Adams

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Berle Adams on the impact of Alfred Hitchcock appearing on television in Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Reuben Cannon

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Reuben Cannon on working in the mailroom at Universal

David Chase

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David Chase on how Alfred Hitchcock's work inspired him; on the suspense and offbeat humor in his films

Hume Cronyn

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Hume Cronyn on going to Hollywood to appear in films
Hume Cronyn on appearing in Alfred Hitchcock's feature "Shadow of a Doubt"

John Forsythe

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John Forsythe on acting on Alfred Hitchcock Presents  and working with Alfred Hitchcock

Greg Garrison

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Greg Garrison on observing Alfred Hitchcock direct Cary Grant

Katherine Helmond

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Katherine Helmond on working with Alfred Hitchcock

Pat Hitchcock

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Pat Hitchcock O'Connell on working with her father Alfred Hitchcock in his movies
Pat Hitchcock O'Connell on appearing in her father's film, "Strangers on a Train"
Pat Hitchcock O'Connell on being on her father's movie sets at a young age

Kim Hunter

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Kim Hunter on working with Alfred Hitchcock as a stand-in for the feature "Spellbound"

Jerry Lewis

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Jerry Lewis on his awe of director Alfred Hitchcock

Richard Lewis

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Richard Lewis on Alfred Hitchcock, Joan Harrison, and Ray Milland

Jay Livingston

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Ray Evans and Jay Livingston on writing a song for "Vertigo"
Ray Evans and Jay Livingston on their hit song "Que Sera, Sera"
Ray Evans and Jay Livingston on writing a song for "Vertigo"
Ray Evans and Jay Livingston on their hit song "Que Sera, Sera"

John J. Lloyd

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John J. Lloyd on his start as an assistant and becoming Art Director on Alfred Hitchcock Presents
John J. Lloyd on his budget and sometimes going over budget on Alfred Hitchcock Presents
John J. Lloyd on Alfred Hitchcock's attitude toward art direction on Alfred Hitchcock Presents
John J. Lloyd on how Alfred Hitchcock expressed his views about art direction on Alfred Hitchcock Presents; on how Hitchcock directed episodes
John J. Lloyd on Alfred Hitchcock's personality 
John J. Lloyd on Alfred Hitchcock's visual talent 
John J. Lloyd on Alfred Hitchcock's using Alfred Hitchcock Presents  staff for "Psycho"
John J. Lloyd on Alfred Hitchcock's talent for one-liners on Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Norman Lloyd

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Norman Lloyd on appearing in the Alfred Hitchcock feature "Spellbound"
Norman Lloyd on Alfred Hitchcock
Norman Lloyd on Alfred Hitchcock's on-screen introductions on Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Norman Lloyd on the Hitchcock-directed episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Norman Lloyd on Alfred Hitchcock using the crew from Alfred Hitchcock Presents to film "Psycho"
Norman Lloyd on why Alfred Hitchcock Presents went to an hour-long format, and what Hitchcock thought of the show

Jerry Mathers

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Jerry Mathers on working with Alfred Hitchcock on The Trouble With Harry
Jerry Mathers on meeting Alfred Hitchcock and working with him on The Trouble with Harry and seeing him around the lot at the studio

Bill Mumy

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Bill Mumy on acting in the Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode "Bang, You're Dead"

Suzanne Pleshette

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Suzanne Pleshette on acting in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds"

Rita Riggs

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Rita Riggs on costuming for Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho," starring Janet Leigh
Rita Riggs on working in costuming on Alfred Hitchock's "The Birds" with Edith Head
Rita Riggs on costuming Alfred Hitchock's feature "Marnie"
Rita Riggs on working with Alfred Hitchcock

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