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Stage Fright (1950) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Alfred Hitchcock.

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THE SECOND ANNUAL ALFRED HITCHCOCK BLOGATHON: Stage Fright (1950)

on Jul 6, 2018 From Caftan Woman

The site Maddy Loves Her Classic Films hosts The Second Annual Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon on July 6 and 7. Click HERE for the contributions. Thank you, Maddy. By necessity, my discussion of Alfred Hitchcock's Stage Fright is not a spoiler-free zone. This is due to the fact that the very thing that ... Read full article


THE SECOND ANNUAL ALFRED HITCHCOCK BLOGATHON: Stage Fright (1950)

on Jul 6, 2018 From Caftan Woman

The site Maddy Loves Her Classic Films hosts The Second Annual Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon on July 6 and 7. Click HERE for the contributions. Thank you, Maddy. By necessity, my discussion of Alfred Hitchcock's Stage Fright is not a spoiler-free zone. This is due to the fact that the very thing that ... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: STAGE FRIGHT (1950)

By Jennifer Garlen on Jul 12, 2016 From Virtual Virago

Released just before the wildly successful Strangers on a Train (1951), Stage Fright (1950) ranks among the minor entries in the Alfred Hitchcock canon. It lacks the screw tightening suspense of the best of the director's pictures, and its humor, while engaging, never reaches that pitch black, twist... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: STAGE FRIGHT (1950)

By Jennifer Garlen on Jul 12, 2016 From Virtual Virago

Released just before the wildly successful Strangers on a Train (1951), Stage Fright (1950) ranks among the minor entries in the Alfred Hitchcock canon. It lacks the screw tightening suspense of the best of the director's pictures, and its humor, while engaging, never reaches that pitch black, twist... Read full article


Stage Fright (1950)

By Beatrice on Jul 6, 2015 From Flickers in Time

Stage Fright Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Written by Whitfield Cook; adapted by Alma Reville from a novel by Selwyn Jepson 1950/USA Warner Bros. Repeat viewing/Amazon Instant This is not one of Hitchcock’s more memorable films but second-tier Hitchcock is still enjoyable. ?The inclusion of ... Read full article


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Eve Gill: I'm afraid the murderer might come here madam. Might get into the dressing room. Might even murder me madam. I'm surprised you're not a bit afraid yourself.


Commodore Gill: More than a friend, eh?
Eve Gill: When I'm with him, I get a feeling in here that... that's sort of...
Commodore Gill: Yes, well, we'll go into the symptoms later. Meanwhile, I take it you're either keen on him, or still hungry.


Charlotte Inwood: He was an abominable man. Why do women marry abominable men?


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It was Playwright James Bridie who suggested that Alfred Hitchcock cast Alastair Sim. James Bridie also contributed additional dialogue on the script of this film.
Alfred Hitchcock:  turning to look at Eve in her disguise as Charlotte's maid.
First cinema film of Lionel Jeffries.
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