- Sir Alfred (Joseph),1899–1980, U.S. film and television director and producer, born in England.
- Thomas, Jr.Tommy, 1900–44, U.S. polo player.
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Examples from the Web for hitchcock
To Hitchcock, this is not a sweet wire from an old colleague but a condolence letter on the occasion of his own death.
Hitchcock's going on about English pork butchers and how best to prepare pork cracklings.
Hitchcock's drinking, a problem for some time, got seriously worse.
Hitchcock nodded and replied, “Call it Prosciutto and change the locale to Italy.”
The whole thing's in Swedish and clearly not to Hitchcock's taste.
Then, with an impulse she could not explain, she turned suddenly upon Hitchcock.The Green Satin Gown
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She was a Hitchcock, and the Hitchcocks had been settled in Salem since the year 1.Humorous Ghost Stories
A quick glance round the room and Hitchcock saw that he was trapped.
Quick as thought Crocker stepped between Hitchcock and the table.
And so Hitchcock crawled, on hands and knees out of Doonan's.
- Sir Alfred (Joseph). 1899–1980, English film director, noted for his mastery in creating suspense. His films include The Thirty-Nine Steps (1935), Rebecca (1940), Psycho (1960), and The Birds (1963)
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