Here's a rather comical shot of the formidable filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock!
This photograph was taken in 1958 as part of the promotions for the TV anthology series “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” which the filmmaker himself hosted. It ran from 1955 until 1965, and its episodes were of the drama, thriller, and mystery genres. “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” was included in Time magazine’s “The 100 Best TV Shows of All-TIME” and The Writers Guild of America’s “101 Best Written TV Series” lists.
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