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Analysis from three of Hitchcock's films will be used to try to understand what elements of his films were similar to some of those who came before him. The Lodger (1926), The Thirty Nine Steps (1935) and Spellbound (1945) will serve as comparisons for what might have influenced him during the beginning and middle of his career...
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Hitchcock, as well as other directors of his time, was experimenting with a new type of cinema. Instead of simply shooting images for the sake of shooting images, Hitchcock developed in depth sociofactors to discuss within his films. Hitchcock was perhaps most often inspired by fellow filmmakers of his time...
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