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PostSubject: Alfred Hitchcock: The Director That Changed Film   Alfred Hitchcock: The Director That Changed Film EmptySat Aug 03, 2013 1:42 pm

Hey guys Shadow here! I thought I would make a topic to discuss this great director! What's your favorite film by him? Top ten lists? Whats your least favorite? Favorite composer he's worked with? 

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PostSubject: Re: Alfred Hitchcock: The Director That Changed Film   Alfred Hitchcock: The Director That Changed Film EmptySat Aug 03, 2013 4:06 pm

Personal favorites:
The Birds
Psycho
North By Northwest
Strangers On A Train

I didn't like Vertigo a lot which is a pretty popular choice for favorites
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PostSubject: Re: Alfred Hitchcock: The Director That Changed Film   Alfred Hitchcock: The Director That Changed Film EmptySat Aug 03, 2013 11:58 pm

North By Northwest is my favorite of his films. I saw it in my film class I took the other semester in college and it was pretty neat. The humor in it is my style.
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JustinDGBZ wrote:
North By Northwest is my favorite of his films. I saw it in my film class I took the other semester in college and it was pretty neat. The humor in it is my style.

 Yah definitely a favorite of mine. The scene on Mount Rushmore is one of my favorite scenes in film.
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I really like The Birds and Vertigo...
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ShadowTurtleInc wrote:
JustinDGBZ wrote:
North By Northwest is my favorite of his films. I saw it in my film class I took the other semester in college and it was pretty neat. The humor in it is my style.

 Yah definitely a favorite of mine. The scene on Mount Rushmore is one of my favorite scenes in film.

 I think I like the cropduster plane scene most. I find it so hilariously absurd and it's such an iconic scene.
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It's a great iconic scene, that's for sure.
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