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    Watch: Saul Bass' Most Iconic Title Sequences, From Scorsese to Hitchcock

    Dive into the most famous movie title sequences designed by legendary artist Saul Bass, who worked with inimitable directors up until his death in 1996.

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    'Vertigo' Hits Film Forum: Why It's Still One of the All-Time Greats

    A new restoration of Hitch's 'Vertigo' hits Film Forum this weekend: as told by critics, here's why it's still one of the best films of all time.

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    The 5 Best and 5 Worst Patricia Highsmith Film Adaptations

    With "The Two Faces of January" now in theaters and available to view on VOD platforms, we break down the best and worst Patricia Highsmith film adaptations.

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    Watch: Alfred Hitchcock Gets High-Res in 'Jamaica Inn' Restoration

    Having world-premiered at Cannes's Classics 2014 program, Alfred Hitchcock's last UK film, "Jamaica Inn," is now touring the country after receiving a 4K restoration. Check out the exclusive trailer below.

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    Every Hitchcock Cameo (IN ONE VIDEO)

    Alfred Hitchcock was the most famous director who ever lived, perhaps because he had an instinct for self-promotion. He created a wry comedic persona --the director who winks at the audience as he sets out the scare the bejeezus out of them.

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    On the 75th Anniversary of Alfred Hitchock's Move To Hollywood, Box Office Insider's 30 Favorite Films From The Master Of Suspense--Part One

    75 years ago, director Alfred Hitchcock, buoyed by the success of films such as "The Lady Vanishes" and "The 39 Steps", emigrated from his London home to Hollywood where he would be responsible for some of the most frightening and intense films in cinematic history. In celebration of that move BOI ...

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