The Man Who Knew Too Much
//Features

Hitchcock 101: Day Eight, 1956 - 1958 | 21 Jun 2010 // 5:00 PM

Now entering his creative peak, Hitchcock revisited some older material, reinvigorating it with a global politics and a big budget grandeur.

//Columns

Did the Master of Suspense Make the Best Movies of All Time? | 29 Oct 2012 // 6:20 PM

There was a time when Alfred Hitchcock was considered a mere populist entertainer. Like Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and others before him, his early work didn’t click with intellectual minds -- they found nothing to praise in his lurid stories of murder, mystery and shocks.

//Reviews

Mercifully, No One Sings 'Que sera, sera' in the 1934 Version of 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' | 17 Jan 2013 // 5:10 PM

Alfred Hitchcock's first take on The Man Who Knew Too Much is a marvel of cinematic economy, and full of characteristic Hitchcockian touches.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

A Chat with José González at Newport Folk Festival

// Notes from the Road

"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.

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