Alma Reville

Alma Reville

  • High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Alma Lucy, Lady Hitchcock was an assistant director, screenwriter and editor. She was the second daughter of Edward and Lucy Reville. She is best known as the wife of Alfred Hitchcock, whom she met while they were working together at Paramount's Famous Players- Lasky studio in London, during the early 1920s. She converted to Roman Catholicism before their marriage. Alma was one day younger than her husband. They married on 2 December 1926 at Brompton Oratory in London. Alma became his collaborator and sounding board, with a keen ear for dialogue and an editor's sharp eye for scrutinizing a film's final version for continuity flaws so minor they escaped Hitchcock's own notice and that of his crew. It was Reville who noticed Janet Leigh inadvertently swallowed after her character's fatal encounter with Norman Bates' mother in Psycho, necessitating an alteration to the negative
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Alma Reville
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Alma Lucy, Lady Hitchcock was an assistant director, screenwriter and editor. She was the second daughter of Edward and Lucy Reville. She is best known as the wife of Alfred Hitchcock, whom she met while they were working together at Paramount's Famous Players- Lasky studio in London, during the early 1920s. She converted to Roman Catholicism before their marriage. Alma was one day younger than her husband. They married on 2 December 1926 at Brompton Oratory in London. Alma became his collaborator and sounding board, with a keen ear for dialogue and an editor's sharp eye for scrutinizing a film's final version for continuity flaws so minor they escaped Hitchcock's own notice and that of his crew. It was Reville who noticed Janet Leigh inadvertently swallowed after her character's fatal encounter with Norman Bates' mother in Psycho, necessitating an alteration to the negative

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EAN 9786131632310
Hersteller/Herausgeber
Frederic P. Miller