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Author: Richard J. Anobile
ISBN13: 978-0876631898
Title: Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (The Film Classics Library)
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ePUB size: 1970 kb
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Language: English
Publisher: Universe Books; 1st edition (December 1974)
Pages: 256

Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (The Film Classics Library) by Richard J. Anobile

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Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho: The Film Classics Library. Frankenstein (Picador Books). This book presents the most accurate and complete reconstruction of the film by James Whale Frankenstein in book form. Over 1,000 frame blow-up photos shown sequentially and coupled with the complete dialogue from the original soundtrack which allows readers to recapture this film classic in its entirety. Back in 1974, this book was invaluable

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Published 1974 by Pan Books in London. Psycho (Motion picture), Psycho (Motion picture : 1960), Psycho. The Film classics library, Picador. P79 H5. The Physical Object.

Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho is a non-fiction book by Stephen Rebello. It details the creation of director Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 thriller Psycho. The 2012 American biographical drama film directed by Sacha Gervasi, based on this non-fiction book is titled Hitchcock. The film was released on November 23, 2012. The book was first published on April 15, 1990 by Dembner Books, and distributed by W. W. Norton & Company.

Then we stumbled upon Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, a movie about Norman Bates and his crazy relationship with his mother. At first the movie was kind of slow and didn’t reach the suspense fast enough to call it the first slasher film in film history. Then as the movie kept on going and going it got to the part that made it so famous. The stunning thing about it was that you never would have seen any of these parts in the movie happen. If I went to see Frankenstein or Dracula I wouldn’t see anything I saw in Psycho.

Hitchcock's "Psycho" (Picador Books) by Richard J. James Whale's Frankenstein by Richard J. John Fords Stagecoach: Starring John Wayne by Richard J. Maltese Falcon by Richard J. Translate Series Title. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Frankenstein's Monster.

Alfred Hitchcock’s film Psycho was released in 1960. The film starred two main characters – Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates and Janet Leigh as Marion Crane. The film Psycho is a thriller, and has been a great success as it had won many awards. Psycho was set in Arizona, mainly in the Bates Motel. The film proved to be a great success, as sequels were made. However, they were not as big a hit as the original Psycho. The film starts off with Marion Crane in a hotel room, and she is having an affair with a man named Sam.

The Film Classics Library present the most accurate and complete reconstruction of a film in book form: over 1,300 frame blow-up photos shown sequentially and coupled with the complete dialogue from the original soundtrack, allow you to recapture this film classic in its entirety - at your leisure.
Reviews: 3
The remarkable thing about this series of 'Universe Press' books is how they reaffirm the status of these important films, merely by showing how, from first shot to last, they were constructed. Each still in this series is taken directly from the existing film and placed in careful order so we can appreciate the ingenious skill employed. As spectators, watching impassively, we cannot always see the careful plotting behind each shot. For example, most people remember 'Psycho' for the shower scene, but in this book we can see how, step by step, Hitchcock 'constructed' each shot, before the shower scene, so we actually participate in Janet Leigh's experience. Her motivation and execution of the robbery, the many trials which occur on her journey, ending with her fatal stop at the Bates Motel. When the 'shower' scene finally occurs, the event is HEIGHTENED by all that came before. The viewer is COMPELLED, from first shot to last, to follow Marion Crane until she eventually steps into the shower. Even more importantly, the book shows how the rest of the film is an almost agonizing collection of 'teases' that lead to the conclusion.... and Tony Perkin's appearance in the cellar, his face distorted into a skeletal mask. When I turned the page to confront that image, it still sent a chill through me.... as it did over 50 years ago when I first saw it. Too bad the series stopped when it did; so many other masterworks were not included
Incredible. Like a living storyboard of the entire film!
This book was described as a hardcover. I was surprised to find out that in fact it is a softcover. I wanted to display it year round as a coffee table book but since it is a soft cover, it will be out for Halloween only.