Stage Fright (23-Feb-1950)|
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writers: Whitfield Cook; Alma Reville
From novel: Man Running by Selwyn Jepson
Music Composed by: Leighton Lucas
Set in the London theatre community, a drama student takes great efforts to prove a friend innocent of murder. A lesser Hitchcock, but still far superior to most productions in this genre. Often criticized because Hitchcock breaks a long-accepted rule of cinema, which cannot be named or it would spoil things. Received an Edgar nomination for Best Motion Picture.
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