Hitchcock first visited Hollywood in the late 1930s, but was turned down by virtually all major motion picture studios because they thought he could not make a Hollywood-style picture. He was finally offered a seven-year directing contract by producer David O. Selznick. His first project was supposed to be a film about the Titanic, but Selznick scrapped the project because he "couldn't find a boat to sink." Selznick assigned Hitch to direct Rebecca (1940) instead, which won the best picture Oscar.
With Notorious and Vertigo.
|When||Saturday, December 20, 2014.|
|Price||$5, $3 w/ student ID|
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