Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Joseph Hitchcock (London, 1899-Los Angeles, 1980) was a British and later-nationalized American director and producer, commonly known as the master of suspense. After making a multitude of films of various lengths including shorts, feature lengths and television series, including some of the most recognizable titles in film history (such as Psychosis or The Birds), the director remains a master of suspense that shaped this genre and a main figure in the history of cinema as a whole.
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