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Alfred Hitchcock's Blackmail ( 1929 ) is often regarded as the first British sound feature.
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A sequence in the middle of the film takes place in San Francisco, and heavily references Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo.
She starred in Alfred Hitchcock's suspense film, The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1956 ) with James Stewart.
Opinion is divided on the noir status of several of Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers from the era ; at least four qualify by consensus: Shadow of a Doubt ( 1943 ), Notorious ( 1946 ), Strangers on a Train ( 1951 ), and The Wrong Man ( 1956 ).
British born director Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho ( 1960 ), was the first " slasher " movie, while in the same director's The Birds ( 1963 ) menace stems from nature gone mad.
The Bates Motel is an important part of Psycho, a 1959 novel by Robert Bloch, and Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 film, Psycho.
* Psycho, a Paramount release, was produced independently by Alfred Hitchcock's Shamley Productions.
But his first all-out noir was Phantom Lady ( 1944 ), for staff producer Joan Harrison, Universal's first female executive and Alfred Hitchcock's former secretary and script assistant.
For example, Alfred Hitchcock's 1935 thriller The 39 Steps features the gimmick of a young couple who find themselves handcuffed together and who eventually, almost in spite of themselves, fall in love with one another, and Woody Van Dyke's 1934 detective comedy The Thin Man portrays a witty, urbane couple who trade barbs as they solve mysteries together.
Critic Christopher Sharrett argues that since Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho ( 1960 ) and The Birds ( 1963 ), the American horror film has been defined by the questions it poses " about the fundamental validity of the American civilizing process ", concerns amplified during the 1970s by the " delegitimation of authority in the wake of Vietnam and Watergate ".
Tracking shots are often confused with the long take – such as the 10-minute takes in Alfred Hitchcock's Rope ( 1948 ) – or sequence shots.
After a series of less successful roles, including The Lady Vanishes, the remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1938 film of the same name, she dropped out of show business from 1978 to 1982.
Fonda worked with Alfred Hitchcock in 1956, playing a man falsely accused of robbery in The Wrong Man ; the unusual semi-documentary work of Hitchcock's was based on an actual incident and partly filmed on location.
Other films in which Novello starred included Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger ( 1926 ), where he played the sinister title character, and Downhill ( 1927 ).
This new technique was seen again just two years later in Alfred Hitchcock's film Blackmail ( 1929 ).
In 1954, he starred opposite Grace Kelly and Robert Cummings in Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder.
Iwerks did special effects work outside the studio as well, including his Academy Award nominated achievement for Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds ( 1963 ).
In Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest, Cary Grant references Charles Addams in the auction scene.
* The tune was whistled, as an insult, by Michael Redgrave in Alfred Hitchcock's 1938 film The Lady Vanishes, which may be the first time it was heard in a film.
( 1962 ) after reading the script and believing it could appeal to the same audience that had recently made Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho ( 1960 ) a success.
In 1946, he played a refugee Nazi agent opposite Cary Grant and Casablanca co-star Ingrid Bergman in Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious.
When the Nazis came to power in Germany in 1933, Lorre took refuge first in Paris and then London, where he was noticed by Ivor Montagu, Alfred Hitchcock's associate producer for The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1934 ), who reminded the director about Lorre's performance in M. They first considered him to play the assassin in the film, but wanted to use him in a larger role, despite his limited command of English, which Lorre overcame by learning much of his part phonetically.
He appeared in more than 90 films, including The Great Imposter ( 1961 ), Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds ( as the man helping the Tippi Hedren character with her rental boat ), Jerry Lewis's The Nutty Professor ( 1963 ), Pocketful Of Miracles ( 1961 ) and, in a cameo, It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World ( 1963 ).
Alfred and Blackmail
1929 was a watershed year: William Wellman with Chinatown Nights and The Man I Love, Rouben Mamoulian with Applause, Alfred Hitchcock with Blackmail ( Britain's first sound feature ), were among the directors to bring greater fluidity to talkies and experiment with the expressive use of sound ( Eyman, 1997 ).
Pathescope produced a large number of home versions of significant films, including Mickey Mouse and Betty Boop cartoons, classic features such as Alfred Hitchcock's Blackmail, and comedies by such well-known stars as Laurel and Hardy and Chaplin.
Alfred Hitchcock used the Reading Room and the dome of the British Museum as a location for the climax of his first sound film Blackmail ( 1929 ).
The studios have, over the years, been home to Alfred Hitchcock's movie Blackmail, Gerry Anderson's TV series UFO not to mention The Muppet Show was also made there by Jim Henson, and now BBC TV's most popular soap, EastEnders and their popular medical drama Holby City.
Over the following years, the Schüfftan process was used by many other film-makers, including Alfred Hitchcock, in his films Blackmail ( 1929 ) and The 39 Steps ( 1935 ), and as recently as The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King ( 2003 ), directed by Peter Jackson.
Longden had been a major star of British silent films and had also appeared in several early Alfred Hitchcock films including Blackmail ( 1929 ), Elstree Calling ( 1930 ) and The Skin Game ( 1931 ).
His film appearances include a villainous role in Alfred Hitchcock's early talkie Blackmail ( 1929 ) and much later in the Tommy Steele vehicle Half a Sixpence ( 1967 ).
Blackmail is a 1929 British thriller drama film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Anny Ondra, John Longden, and Cyril Ritchard, and featuring Donald Calthrop, Sara Allgood and Charles Paton.
He was fortunate enough to be hired as an assistant cameraman on Blackmail ( 1929 ), the first British talkie, directed by a young Alfred Hitchcock.
She acted in Czech, Austrian and German comedies in the 1920s, and in some British dramas, most notably in Alfred Hitchcock's The Manxman and Blackmail ( both 1929 ).
Alfred Hitchcock's Blackmail ( 1929 ), generally credited as the first British sound film, is based on Bennett's play of the same name.
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This resulted in the most famous work of process philosophy, Alfred North Whitehead's Process and Reality, 1929, a work which continues that begun by Hegel but describing a more complex and fluid dynamic ontology.
Disraeli ( 1929 ) is a historical film directed by Alfred E. Green, released by Warner Brothers, and adapted by Julien Josephson and De Leon Anthony from a play by Louis N. Parker.
The Love Parade is a 1929 musical comedy film about the marital difficulties of Queen Louise of Sylvania ( Jeanette MacDonald ) and her consort, Count Alfred Renard ( Maurice Chevalier ).
The 1929 Gulf Building in Houston, Texas, designed by architects Alfred C. Finn, Kenneth Franzheim, and J. E. R. Carpenter, is a full realization of that Saarinen design.
Returning to his explorations of German history, Fassbinder finally realized his dream of adapting Alfred Döblin's 1929 novel Berlin Alexanderplatz.
This series includes, for example, Ethel Lina White's novel The Wheel Spins ( 1936 ), which Alfred Hitchcock — before he went to Hollywood — turned into a much-loved movie entitled The Lady Vanishes ( 1938 ), and Ira Levin's ( born 1929 ) science fiction thriller The Boys from Brazil ( 1976 ), which was filmed in 1978.
The Centre Refreshment Room 1865 – 77 was designed in a Renaissance style by James Gamble, the walls and even the Ionic columns are covered in decorative and moulded ceramic tile, the ceiling consists of elaborate designs on enamelled metal sheets and matching stained glass windows, the marble fireplace was designed and sculpted by Alfred Stevens and was removed from Dorchester House prior to that building's demolition in 1929.
Franz Kafka ( 1883-1924 ): " The Metamorphosis " ( 1915 ), The Trial ( 1925 ), The Castle ( 1926 ); Rainer Maria Rilke ( 1875-1926 ): The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge ( 1910 ); Alfred Döblin ( 1857-1957 ): Berlin Alexanderplatz ( 1929 ); Wyndham Lewis ( 1882-1957 ); Djuna Barnes ( 1892-1982 ): Nightwood ( 1936 ); Malcolm Lowry ( 1909-57 ): Under the Volcano ( 1947 ); Ernest Hemingway ; William Faulkner ; James Hanley ( 1897-1985 ); James Joyce ( 1882-1941 ): " The Nighttown " section of Ulysses ( 1922 ); Patrick White ( 1912-90 ); D. H. Lawrence ; Sheila Watson: Double Hook ; Elias Canetti: Auto de Fe ; Thomas Pynchon.
In the United States, Alfred Barr was the first to use this term in 1929 in relation to works by Wassily Kandinsky.
Leopold and Loeb have been the inspiration for several works in film, theater, and fiction, such as the 1929 play Rope by Patrick Hamilton and Alfred Hitchcock's 1948 film of the same name.
Leopold and Loeb have been the inspiration for several works in film, theater, and fiction, such as the 1929 play Rope by Patrick Hamilton, which served as the basis for a BBC television performance of this play in 1939, and Alfred Hitchcock's film of the same name in 1948.
In 1929 the Stahlhelm supported the " Peoples ' Initiative " of DNVP leader Alfred Hugenberg and the Nazis to initiate a German referendum against the Young Plan on World War I reparations in order to overthrow the government of Chancellor Hermann Müller.
Between 1929 and 1939, Alfred Lewerenz of the Los Angeles School District published several new formulas.