Rope is the first time that hitchcock worked with

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"Rope" is the first time that Hitchcock worked with actor Jimmy Stewart. TRUE FALSE "Strangers on a Train" was sadly the last time that Hitchcock worked with
Oscar-winning cinematographer Robert Burke before his untimely death. Hitchcock admitted that he made a mistake by using a "False Flashback" for the
opening of "Stage Fright."
FALSE Unlike "Notorious," David O. Selznick personally produced "Spellbound" instead of loaning out Hitchcock to another producer.
Gregory Peck worked with Hitchcock for a second time when he starred as the lawyer Keane in "The Paradine Case," a legal thriller that Hitchcock directed in 1947. TRUE FALSE "Stage Fright" starred Jane Wyman as a young actress who disguises herself to
work for stage actress Marlene Dietrich to investigate a murder that Dietrich may or may not have committed. Though credited with the dream sequence in "Spellbound," artist Salvador Dali's
original concepts were discarded - with Hitchcock himself completely created all of the visuals for the sequence by himself.
FALSE 16/20 unit 5: Quiz: 1. In "Rear Window", Jeff leaves the apartment only once - when his neighbor's dog is killed.
2. A display of fireworks is a visual metaphor for Cary Grant and Grace Kelly having sex in "To Catch A Thief." 1. TRUE FALSE
3. "I, Confess" starred Montgomery Clift as a Priest sworn to honor the unbreakable seal of confession when a murderer confesses to him.
4. Anne Baxter, star of "I, Confess" had to dye her hair red for the role of Ruth Langfort because Hitchcock insisted..
5. "Rear Window" was another box office success for Hitchcock.
6. In "Dial M for Murder", Hitchcock took the reverse of most directors who turn plays into movies, by keeping the film confined - instead of opening the film version to the outside world. TRUE 1. FALSE
7. In "Strangers on a Train", Hitchcock "cross-cuts" between Bruno and Guy to illustrate the theme of pairs, not just in the beginning but in many other places as well.
8. "Strangers on a Train" was a box office hit that established Hitchcock as the "Master of Suspense."
9. Hitchcock had a fascination with blonde, graceful women that exuded sex on the inside, yet maintained a cool unattainable demeanor that made these women seem unobtainable.

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