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  • suspense and intrigue Emotion is the ultimate goal of each of his shots. Hitchcock believed that emotion came directly from the actor's eyes. By bringing
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  • p. 61 (May 20, 1963). The "movie" Snoopy refers to is the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie The Birds, which opened in the spring of 1963. The film was shot
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  • placing the audience in an inferior perspective.  —Lehman E. (Writer); Hitchcock, A. (Director). (1959). North by Northwest. [Motion picture]. http://www
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  • reaction to the scene becomes that much stronger. In his directing, Alfred Hitchcock wanted to create identification between characters in addition to identification
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  • placing the audience in an inferior perspective.  —Lehman E. (Writer); Hitchcock, A. (Director). (1959). North by Northwest. [Motion picture]. http://www
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  • Revolutionized film graphics and is most known for his work with Alfred Hitchcock and Otto Preminger. Beall was an ad man who did work for Caterpillar
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  • p. 61 (May 20, 1963). The "movie" Snoopy refers to is the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie The Birds, which opened in the spring of 1963. The film was shot
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  • and suspense films of the 20th Century were The Shining, Halloween, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, and Stephen King’s It. Fantasy films, many of which start
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  • Hinchcliffe Hinckley Hindle Hinds Hine Hinman Hinson Hird Hirst Hitch Hitchcock Hitchens Hite Hixon Hixson Hoadley Hoar Hoard Hobart Hobby Hobdy Hobgood
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  • transportation, assignment, translocation of masses problem of Koopmans, Hitchcock, and Kantorovich. His analysis provided an explicit link between transportation
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