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Where's Alfie? A picturebook introduction to Hitchcock cameos Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Saturday, 09 February 2013 15:12

With Anthony Hopkins' Alfred Hitchcock running around UK cinemas making everyone think the director of Psycho was a cross between Mrs. Doubtfire and the Pillsbury Doughboy, we decided it was time to remind everyone what The Master of Suspense actually looked like.

So we grabbed some of our favourite cameos (not the obvious ones) and on-set photos and put them into this: Where's Alfie? A picturebook for Hitchcock fans of all ages.

For our Hitchcock review head here, or see our 16 things that look more like Hitchcock than Anthony Hopkins.