A Novelist’s Success and Alfred Hitchcock’s Disappointment — Silver Screenings

Have you ever worked on a project that didn’t Pan Out? Perhaps there were politics or other constraints that prevented you from doing what might have been Best for the project. Well, nobody has a flawless record. Look at Alfred Hitchcock. His last pre-WWII, Made-In-England film, Jamaica Inn (1939), would prove to be one of […]

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