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Quote of the Day

“He mentioned another company that was making very low-budget movies, which were not terribly good, and which were doing very well at the box office. And his feeling was, ‘How would it be if somebody good did one of these low-budget movies?’”

—Screenwriter Joe Stefano on Alfred Hitchcock's pre-production thoughts for “Psycho”

 


Posted at 07:58 AM on Tue. Dec 07, 2010 in category Quote of the Day, Hitchcock  
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