By Tom Ryall
First released in 1986, this ordinary account of Hitchcock's British motion pictures and film-making is now to be had back in a moment variation with a brand new creation and Bibliography. it will likely be welcomed by way of all scholars of the movie and admirers of Hitchcock
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11. Close Up, vol. Ill, no. 4 (1928), p. 10. 12. See R. Manvell, Film (Penguin, London, 1944); E. Lindgren, The Art of the Film (Allen and Unwin, London, 1948). 13. Rotha, The Film Till Now, p. 35. 14. , p. 127. 15. , p. 129. 16. , p. 88. 17. , p. 94. 30 British Film Culture in the Interwar Period 18. Ibid. 19. , p. 96. 20. , pp. 401-2. 21. Ibid. 22. See A. Bazin, The Evolution of Film Language' in P. Graham, The New Wave (Seeker and Warburg, London, 1968), p. 25. 23. R. Low, The History of the British Film 1918-1929 (Allen and Unwin, London, 1971), p.
13, no. 2 (1972), p. 72. 6. , p. 73. 7. I. Montagu, The Political Censorship of Films (Gollancz, London, 1929), p. 12. 8. P. Rotha, The Film Till Now, 4th edn (Spring Books, London, 1967), p. 416 (Griffith edited and contributed to the second, third and fourth editions of the book). 9. Close Up, vol. I, no. 2 (1927), pp. 15-16. 10. Close Up, vol. I, no. 1 (1927), p. 7. 11. Close Up, vol. Ill, no. 4 (1928), p. 10. 12. See R. Manvell, Film (Penguin, London, 1944); E. Lindgren, The Art of the Film (Allen and Unwin, London, 1948).
41 Hitchcock had an elaborate four-storied staircase set constructed for The Lodger and the staircase motif is one that crops up in a number of subsequent Hitchcock pictures including Blackmail and Number Seventeen from his British work and Vertigo, Psycho and The Birds from his American films. The Lodger, however, is something more than striking lighting effects, unusual camera angles, staircase motifs and a terror theme. Indeed, the film can be linked on the basis of style and treatment to a number of directions in the cinema during the experimental period of the 1920s.
Alfred Hitchcock and the British Cinema by Tom Ryall