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Pamela Anderson Gets “Psycho” For PETA

Posted 3 days ago
Continuing her crusade against animal cruelty, Pamela Anderson stars in a new throwback ad campaign for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals organization.
This time around, the 47-year-old “Baywatch” babe goes retro in an Alfred Hitchc*ck-style pose from the iconic flick “Psycho,” along with the tagline, “Meat and dairy farms drain half the country’s ...
Related Links: Alfred Hitchcock, Ellen DeGeneres, Pamela Anderson, Psycho (1960), Baywatch (1989), Ellen (1994), Psycho
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Alfred Hitchcock Helped Make A Holocaust Documentary, And It's Whole Again

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By the time British forces liberated the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945, Alfred Hitchc*ck had already lived in Hollywood for years.

But fiction's master of suspense never forgot the very real horrors back in Europe.

Once denied entry into the British army because of his weight, the filmmaker embraced the chance to help the cause by advising on a Holocaust documentary ...
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Hitchock’s most horrifying movie surfaces seven decades after the Holocaust

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Even Alfred Hitchc*ck was horrified by what he saw. Graphic and ghastly filmed images of dead and emaciated inmates and other horrors at Nazi concentration camps have been turned into...
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Get to know ‘Time Lapse’ director Bradley King with 5 films that influenced him

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Bradley King, director and co-writer of new sci-fi thriller "Time Lapse," talks about five films that influenced him, including movies from Alfred Hitchc*ck, the Wachowski siblings and Edgar Wright.
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'Nine to Five' Actress Elizabeth Wilson Dies at 94

Posted 2 weeks ago
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Elizabeth Wilson, a Tony-winning character actor on stage, in films, and on TV from the 1950s through the early 2000s, has died at 94. Wilson, a favorite of director Mike Nichols in the '60s and '70s, is most famous as the nosy executive assistant from the 1980 hit film "Nine to Five," in which she appeared with Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton.Wilson also appeared in the Alfred ...
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Watch: Ingrid Bergman Leaves Hollywood in Exclusive Clip From Cannes Documentary 'In Her Own Words'

Posted 2 weeks ago
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READ MORE: 2015 Cannes Classics Program Revealed; Costa-Gavras To Be Guest of HonorIngrid Bergman is one of the greatest actresses in American and world cinema, having earned three Academy Awards, two Emmys and a Tony. Best remembered for her role in "Casablanca," she also starred in Alfred Hitchc*ck's "Nortorious" and "Gaslight," which she won an Academy Award for. Her ...
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Writer-Director Philip S. Goodman Dies at 89

Posted 3 weeks ago
His credits include 'Alfred Hitchc*ck Presents', 'Johnny Staccato' and the 1963 Cesar Romero film 'We Shall Return.'read more
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Cannes Classics Unveils Lineup, Orson Welles Tribute, Names Costa Gavras Guest of Honor

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The sidebar will again show documentaries about cinema and restored versions of classics.read more
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9 Great Films Influenced By Alfred Hitchcock's 'Vertigo'

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The Brooklyn Academy of Music has collated an impressive, erudite collection of films of varying brow heights that, in some way, draw inspiration from "Vertigo." Put together by C. Mason Wells in collaboration with BAMcinematek's Nellie Killian and David Reilly, the series refracts Alfred Hitchc*ck's kaleidoscopic masterpiece through seven decades of world cinema, examining its vast ...
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Paul Almond, Director of ‘Seven Up!,’ Dead at 83

Posted 1 month ago
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Canadian director Paul Almond died on Thursday in Beverly Hills following complications from a recent heart attack, his son said, according to The New York Times. He was 83.
Almond was best known for directing “Seven Up!” in 1964. The television film that examined the lives of a group of British children became the basis of the documentary series that has since followed them into middle ...
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