Silent Sundays: Alfred Hitchcock (1972)

Hitchcock floats down the River Thames, Frenzy, 1972

An Alfred Hitchcock mannequin floats on the River Thames during production of Frenzy, 1972 

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3 replies

  1. He was hysterical. His openings to his show cracked me up!

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