Alain Kerzoncuf, Charles Barr, and Philip French
Alfred Hitchcock has become the most widely known and discussed filmmaker in the history of the medium; his films continue to be the focus both of public interest and of close analysis by students, critics, and historians. Hitchcock: Lost and Found takes a fresh angle on his career by exploring, through film archives and document archives, some unfamiliar elements of it: a number of films, ranging from the early 1920s to the late 1960s, that have been lost, overlooked, or only recently discovered. Extensive new data are presented about specific films in all three of these categories ... Read more
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