Hi all.  Apologies for cross-posting. Recent
items in the "Editor's Day" feature of the Hitchcock
Scholars/'MacGuffin' webpage incude: (1) the thrillers of Bernard
Vorhaus (who?!) and their affinity to H's own; (2) 'vitalism' in H,
Edgar Allan Poe, etc.; (3) a 'suffer-in-silence' motif in melodrama and
H's films; (4) report on the Montreal H exposition; (5) thoughts
on the 'gay' element in MURDER! (1930); (6) report on the latest
'Hitchcock Annual'; (7) what H's TITANIC project can tell us.

Thanks for reading this - Ken Mogg (author, the uncut UK edition of 'The

Alfred Hitchcock Story' - I disown the cut and 'simplified' US version).


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