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Cary Grant

Shadows and Light: Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant

In this season talk, Mark Glancy will examine the personal and professional relationship of the director and the star.

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Total runtime 90min

Cary Grant and Alfred Hitchcock must have seemed unlikely collaborators when they first met in 1939, but the debonair comedian and the macabre ‘master of suspense’ enriched each other’s work immeasurably. In this season talk, author and lecturer Mark Glancy will examine the personal and professional relationship that resulted in four classic films: Suspicion (1941), Notorious (1946), To Catch a Thief (1955) and North by Northwest (1959).

Tickets £6.50


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