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Hitchcock Poster Art (Paperback)

Tony Nourmand, Graham Marsh

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ISBN 13: 978-1-58567-092-5
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Alfred Hitchcock s style was unmistakable, and his films more than ever are revered the world over any list of the greatest films of all time is sure to include titles like "Psycho", "Dial M for Murder", "Vertigo", and "North by Northwest."

In this lavishly produced book, Wolff and Nourmand have collected all the best promotional art including posters, lobby cards, and other promotional materials of Hitchcock s entire career, including material so rare that the copy photographed for this book is the only one known to have survived. Among the treasures displayed: an American poster for "Woman to Woman", the 1923 film for which Hitchcock wrote the screenplay and served as assistant director and art director; a poster for the first film he directed, "The Pleasure Garden" of 1925; and material from classic films like "Strangers on a Train" and "To Catch a Thief". The collection consists of at least one item for each of the thirty-nine movies Hitchcock directed and art from America, Great Britain, Europe, and Japan. Hitchcock Poster Art is an indispensable reference for all enthusiasts of Hitchcock and film in general, providing a fascinating look at the international scope of the master s influence and appeal.

A Selection of the Stage and Screen Book Club.

The varied emphases in these multicultural come-ons are fascinating . . . the images speak volumes about Hitchcock s talent for arousing audiences prurient interests. Entertainment Weekly

Alfred Hitchcock might be the master of stylized suspense on film, but his style wasn t just relegated to the screen. It s dripping all over the pages of Hitchcock Poster Art, an excellent collection of 279 American and foreign movie posters of the director s films. The Plain Dealer

Mark H. Wolff, from whose collection many of the featured posters come, has been avidly collecting Hitchcockiana for over twenty-two years.

Tony Nourmand, the owner of the Reel Poster Gallery in London, is a recognized authority on film posters and travels the world in search of rare and desirable material. Together with Graham Marsh, who designed this book, he is the editor of Film Posters of the 60s and Film Posters of the 70s, both published by Overlook.

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