What a Creep
Season 4, Episode 10
Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) was the master of suspense, the creator of some of the best (and scariest) films of all time, a famous director and, at times, a world-class creep. (Ask Tippi Hedren!) In this episode we talk about his childhood, how he became the legend we all still talk about 40 years after his death and discuss some of his best films and his worst behavior. Enjoy!
Our sources for this episode:
Telegraph “Alfred Hitchcock Sadistic Prankster”
The Guardian: Tippi Hedren “Alfred Hitchcock Sexually Assaulted Me”
The Independent: Obsession “The Dark Side of Alfred Hitchcock”
Fascinate.com: 42 Creepy Things About Alfred Hitchcock
Yahoo.com “Alfred Hitchcock’s Creepy Infatuation with His Leading Ladies“
Alfred Hitchcock: A Life in the Darkness and Light by Patrick McGilligan
Alfred Hitchcock: Peter Ackroyd
The Dark Side of Genius: The Life of Alfred Hitchcock by Donald Spoto
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