The A-Z of Hitchcock is a totally new reference book on the career of Alfred Hitchcock, one of Britain's finest directors. For the first time, this handbook covers his career in a user-friendly, easy-reference A to Z format. The entries include: all Hitchcock films, with sypsis, a detailed critique, cast and credit listings, video/laserdisk/DVD availability/soundtrack availability as well as mention of the trademark Hitchcock appearance in each film; all his television work; unrealized or unfinished work; biographical entries on all the actors Hitchcock worked with; biographical entries for the key cinematographers, composers of scores, cameramen, and special effects people who worked with Hitchcock. Illustrated throughout, this useful guide is packed with information on the work of one of the world's favourite directors. It's thorough research and A-to-Z format make this a must for all Hitchcock fans.
Howard Maxford is a film journalist, writing reviews, features and interviews for such publications as Film Review. Starburst, Shivers, What's On in London, London Life, and Video Time. He is the author of five books: Hammer, House of Horror, The A-Z of Horror Films, The A-Z of Science Fiction and Fantasy Films, The George Lucas Companion and David Lean.