This title features posters, lobby cards and other promotional material for Hitchcock films from all over the world. At least one item is featured for each of the 39 movies he directed from 1933 onwards.'
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The 100th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock's birth brought about numerous retrospectives of his career, but Hitchcock Poster Art is perhaps the most fitting tribute for such a master of visual images. This stunning compilation contains posters for each of Hitchcock's films--even one from an early silent for which Hitchcock served as screenwriter and assistant director. The collection is incredibly thorough, including posters from foreign releases, lobby cards, and cover art from movie tie-in novels. The art itself is splashy and gorgeous, but this title is far more than eye candy. What a delight to track the evolution of film posters themselves over Hitchcock's 50-plus-year career, and to witness the stylistic differences between countries--the posters from Poland are disturbingly stark, especially in contrast to the colorful work from Japan. Another fascinating visual progression is how Hitchcock's image was used as his career unfolded, whether looming over the characters in Marnie or slyly inserting an L into Strang[l]ers on a Train. Hitchcock fans and movie lovers of all stripes will relish this celebration of a true film genius. --Ali DavisAbout the Author:
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 material.
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Book Description Aurum Press, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1854106430