Vertigo

Vertigo

The Making of A Hitchcock Classic

Book - 1998
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THE MAKING OF ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S 'VERTIGO' The first - and definitive - book on the making of the recently revived masterpiece of psychological suspense in which James Stewart as the obsessive ex-cop pursues the troubled loner played by Kim Novak.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312169152
0312169159
Branch Call Number: 791.437 Vertigo Auiler
791.437 Vertigo Auiler
Characteristics: xviii, 220 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm

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pegasus71
Dec 27, 2013

A very thorough and detailed chronicle not only of Hitcock's creation of his masterpiece VERTIGO but also the general process of film making itself. Dan Auiler's objective approach to the subject unfolds Hitchcock's mastery of the art and craft of cinema and leaves the reader impressed by the detail and hazardous complexity of realizing a film from its initial conception to the ultimate finished product.

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