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The Pleasure Garden (1925) was a Crime - Romance Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Michael Balcon and Erich Pommer.

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Silent Sunday – The Pleasure Garden (1925)

By Michael on Dec 15, 2019 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

Since Sunday tends to be a day of quiet and reflection for many people, it seems an appropriate day to celebrate silent movies. But in keeping with the “day of rest” theme, I’m just going to post this without any commentary and just sit back and let you enjoy.... Read full article


Silent Sunday – The Pleasure Garden (1925) (dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

By Michael on Feb 4, 2018 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

Since Sunday tends to be a day of quiet and reflection for many people, it seems an appropriate day to celebrate silent movies. But in keeping with the “day of rest” theme, I’m just going to post this without any commentary and just sit back and let you enjoy.... Read full article


Watch It: The Pleasure Garden (1926) (1)

By Brandy Dean on Mar 1, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films

Today, my friends, is the anniversary of one Mr. Alfred Hitchcock’s directorial debut. The Pleasure Garden, Hitch’s first credited as director, debuted for the London press on March 1, 1926. ?It was officially released in 1927, after the?success?of The Lodger. This is the movie that laun... Read full article


Watch It: The Pleasure Garden (1926) (2)

By Brandy Dean on Mar 1, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films

Today, my friends, is the anniversary of one Mr. Alfred Hitchcock’s directorial debut. The Pleasure Garden, Hitch’s first credited as director, debuted for the London press on March 1, 1926. ?It was officially released in 1927, after the?success?of The Lodger. This is the movie that laun... Read full article


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Although shot in 1925, and shown to the British press in March 1926, the film wasn't actually released in the UK until after The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog was a massive hit.
Michael Balcon offered the film to Hitchcock in early 1925, when Graham Cutts, Hitchcock's jealous boss, would not let him work on his new film, The Rat.
Cinematographer 'Gaetano Ventimiglia' hid the camera underneath Hitchcock's bunk, in an attempt to avoid Italian duties. The unexposed film was confiscated and the crew bought new film to shoot on location, seriously depleting the film's budget. Later, the confiscated film was returned.
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