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  1. I enjoyed the six films and what we see of Hitchcock and how the course material ties in, just in the beginning credits J.J. Cox on cinematography, Frank Mills as A. D., Elliot Stannard and of course Alma. in the "Farmer's Wife" the opening looking at the country side, farm, the regular man in an ordinary place. The dogs running up the "stairs" laying their chins on the top landing, same look as the farmer out his window, or the handyman. The reminder from the dying wife to 'air out the master's pants', then the made up bed, showing she had died. Found it funny how Minta discribed som
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