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Alfred Hitchcock Day

According to Stephen Rebello, author of Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho, “Hitchcock made his most career-redefining film Psycho in part out of frustration when the suave, more traditionally Hitchcockian suspense thriller he was scheduled to make starring Audrey Hepburn and Laurence Harvey fell apart after months of expensive script preparation, casting, location scouting and costume and set design.”

Ready for more little-known facts about the iconic filmmaker? Head over to Neatorama for Rebello’s “Five Things You Didn’t Know About Alfred Hitchcock,” or check out Psychology Today’s “Showering with Psychos.” And the book reviewing community hasn’t missed out on the celebration: Good Choice Reading, Nymfaux, Bookworm1858, Gotham Gal, and One Day at a Time have all marked the day with reviews and re-reviews. Everything’s coming up Hitchcock!

Stephen Rebello is a screenwriter, journalist, and the author of Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho, which has been bought by Paramount Pictures and The Montecito Picture Company for production as a dramatic feature film. Get more Hitchcock news from Rebello on Twitter at @HitchandPsycho and Facebook.  

Which Hitchcock film will you be watching tonight?

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