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The Right Man | Alfred Hitchock’s Stage Fright (1950)

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As I was watching Stage Fright, it occurred to me that the old saw about sex and pizza applies to Hitchcock’s lesser works as well. Stage Fright isn’t the greatest, but it’s still pretty good. Of course, I’m comparing Hitchcock to himself here. Compared to other thrillers playing in your local theater in 1950, Stage Fright probably ranks pretty high. At any rate, I’m big big fan of Alfred Hitchcock, but this movie sailed right past me. When I saw it in the TCM lineup, I had to do a double take. How did this one completely escape me? Read the rest of this entry

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