Tag Archives: Cedric Hardwicke


Suspicion (1941)

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“If you’re going to kill somebody, do it simply,” says Johnnie Aysgarth. Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 Best Picture Oscar winner Rebecca was the first film he directed in the U.S. after having spent over 15 years making films in the U.K.  … Continue reading


The Ten Commandments (1956)

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“A city is built of brick, Pharaoh.  The strong make many, the starving make few.  The dead make none.  So much for accusations,” says Moses to Sethi. One of the first big-name film directors was Cecil B. DeMille, who is … Continue reading


Rope (1948)

“I’ve always wished for more artistic talent,” says Brandon Shaw.  “Well, murder can be an art, too.  The power to kill can be just as satisfying as the power to create.” Alfred Hitchcock may have been known as the master … Continue reading