Archive for tag: The Man Who Knew Too Much

You Only Live Once: Early American Hitchcock

12 July, 2015 (08:48) | Alfred Hitchcock, by Peter Hogue, capsules | By: Peter Hogue

[Originally published in Movietone News 38, January 1975] As a general practice, Parallax View doesn’t post Word files of departmental MTN offerings such as “You Only Live Once,” the ongoing survey of repertory offerings around town. However, Peter Hogue’s anticipatory survey of a Hitchcock lineup in the University of Washington Office of Lectures & Concerts […]

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Blu-ray/DVD: ‘Wake in Fright’ and Hitchcock’s original ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’

17 January, 2013 (07:34) | Blu-ray, by Sean Axmaker, DVD, Film Reviews | By: Sean Axmaker

“Wake in Fright” (Image), one of the seminal works of the New Australian cinema of the seventies, is a brutal, blackly funny thriller of an urban schoolteacher (Gary Bond) posted to the Australian Outback, which is a sun-blasted nightmare as far as he’s concerned. He can’t leave fast enough when his Christmas vacation arrives, but […]

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