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Stage Fright 1950

From Amazon: In suspense films characters frequently deceive one another. But can the camera tell a lie? This is one of the questions that Hitchcock takes up in Stage Fright (1950), and his answer has puzzled, infuriated, and delighted audiences ever since its initial release. Stage Fright is one of only two films Hitchcock made in Great Britain after he moved to America in 1940 (the other is Frenzy, his late masterpiece). It is also his only picture to star Marlene Dietrich, whose character's allegiances are even more ambiguous than usual. Years after making Stage Fright, Hitchcock claimed that because the villains...

Directed By:
Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
No image existsJane Wyman
No image existsMarlene Dietrich
No image existsAlastair Sim
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Stage Fright Movie Review by Gater (6/4/2009)

In Director Alfred Hitchcock's world of movie make-believe, theaters are where danger stalks in the wings, characters are never what they seem, and the final curtain can drop at any second.

The movie Stage Fright, a wickedly wry whodunit, springs from this very tradition.

Jane Wyman plays Eve Gill, a drama student, who...

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