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Writing with Hitchcock
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By Steven DeRosa

For admirers of the films of Alfred Hitchcock, this is an illuminating glimpse into his working methods. The book traces the collaboration in the 1950s between the great director and a young writer, John Michael Hayes, who developed the scripts for “Rear Window,” “To Catch a Thief,” “The Trouble with Harry,” and “The Man Who Knew Too Much.”

The author, a screenwriter and film archivist, traces how these two men worked from initial concept to completed picture. It is an absorbing look into the creative process.

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