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Actually, the above is one of several questions currently being asked
in the "Editor's Day" feature of the Hitchcock Scholars/'MacGuffin'
website.

Other matters that are currently featured include (1) the biggest
'scandal' involving Hitchcock (never mentioned in McGilligan's perhaps
too-rosy bio - btw, a review of that book is coming soon); (2) the
'Master Bates' pun in film (e.g., PSYCHO) and literature; (3) new
scholarship from the UK re BLACKMAIL's status as the first British
talkie feature; (4) the source of the torture scene in Hitchcock's
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT.

For all of the above, go to:

http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~muffin/news-home_c.html

Also, a couple of  reviews of film-and-philosophy items (including
Irving Singer's 'Three Philosophical Filmmakers') have lately been added

to the same site's New Publications page:

http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~muffin/publications_c.html

Thanks for reading this, fellow subscribers to SCREEN-L!

- Ken Mogg (Ed., 'The MacGuffin').
Website: http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~muffin
(an outstanding full-time online resource for scholars and others)

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