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Alfred Hitchcock Tells Dick Cavett About the First Time His Mother Scared Him in a 1972 Interview

In June 1972, the great Alfred Hitchcock appeared on The Dick Cavett Show where he very distinctly spoke of using fright within his films, his fear of police and the time that his mother scared him just by saying boo. I think my mother scared me when I was 3 months old. You see, she...
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