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1 Hitchcock, Alfred 3 Danish Programs from Alfred Hitchcock Films
Denmark Denmark Programs Small Paper 
TEXT IN DANISH. A nice and unique collection of three small original Danish programs for Alfred Hitchcock movies. All the programs include text and many stills. The collection includes "Marnie" 1964. This program measures 4 3/4" x 6" and is 8pgs. Printed in black & gray with nice artwork on frnt.cover and is illustrated with 5 stills inside. "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (Manden Der Vidste For Meget) 1956.This is a nice 8pg. 4 5/8" x 6 1/8" program for Hitchcock's much better re-make of his own 1934 film that starred Doris Day. Printed in brown and illustrated with 5 stills + nice cover illustration. "The Birds" (Fuglene) 1963. This program measures. 6" x 4 6/8" and is 8pgs. Illustrated with beautiful artwork in green & black of Hedren being attacked on cover and is illustrated with 5 stills. Vg. Also included is an 8pg. brochure (photos only) for the dvd release of Jamaica Inn. Sold as a collection only 
Price: 75.00 USD
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2 Hitchcock, Alfred Alfred Hitchcock
Ohio Film Heritage Magazine 1976 Vol. II. No. 3. Spring 1976 Paper 
Most of the magazine is devoted to Hitchcock with a long piece on "Frenzy" + 12pg. interview with him. Also short piece on nurses in sexploitation films & a review of "Taxi Driver". Robert DeNiro on the cover. Fine 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 Hitchcock, Alfred, Edited By Alfred Hitchcock's Coffin Break
New York Dell Pub. 1974. 1974 1st Paperback Edition Paperback 
vg+. More stories w. an intro. by Hitchcock. Artwork of the dir. having coffee and donuts on a coffin on frnt cover. 1st pb.print. edition. Binding is paperback. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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4 Hitchcock, Alfred Cineaste Magazine.
Cineaste Magazine 1986. 1986 Vol. XIV. No. 3 Paper 
vg+/soft corn. fold on frnt. & back wraps. Articles on Hitchcock, Latin Am. cinema, interviews w. Jack Lemmon, Haskell Wexler & Shinoda. Binding is wraps. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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5 Hitchcock, Alfred Fear And Trembling. Shivery Stories
Dell Pub. NY. 1948. 1st ed. paperback 
The 1st of many short story anthologies that were actually ghost edited. Inclds. Walpole, Bierce, Bradbury & Irish. Very nice artwork on front wrap. by Gerald Gregg. Back wrap. is illus. w. one of those marvelous maps that Dell used in the 40's & ea rly 50's. Most of the wrapper's lamination has peeled off, there is 1 spot to verso of back wrap., otherwise vg. Scarce. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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6 Hitchcock, Alfred Foreign Correspondent Danish Programs
Hollywood United Artists 1940 Programs Small Paper 
TEXT IN DANISH. 2 small Danish programs for the wonderful Hitchcock thriller. One is an original 8pg. 6/34" x 4 6/8"program printed in black and white with nice artwork cover and 5 stills. Very faint hardly noticeable damp stain. The 2nd one is a 7 1/8 x 4 3/4" 8pg. re-issue printed in green and black with 5 stills. Not too noticeable tape along left edge. Both the programs are in vg condition. Sold as a collection only.  
Price: 75.00 USD
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7 Hitchcock, Alfred Rear Window 1983 Presskit
Hollywood Universal Pictures 1983 Press Kit Paper 
A nice presskit for the 1983 reissue of the Hitchcock classic from 1954, Rear Window. Based on a short story by Cornell Woolrich, the great cast included James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter and Raymond Burr. The presskit includes 34pgs. of publicity material including production notes and bios + 6 stills all of which are set in a white folder which has a tiny bit of soiling and wear. Vg. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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8 Hitchcock, Alfred, Paglia Camille The Birds
Chicago Cinefantastique Magazine Fall 1989. 1989 Paper 
fine. Inclds. 22pgs. on the making of Hitchcock's horror masterpiece. Colorful frnt. & bck. wraps. Very scarce. Vol.10 No.2st edition. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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