Course detail: OSH034 - Alfred Hitchcock: Terror and Suspense
No one has captured contemporary fear and paranoia better than the legendary "Hitch." His films and his personality (not to mention his enormous bulk!) literally loom "larger" than ever before. John C. Tibbetts has extensively researched, published, and taught the life and work of a man whose career began in the 1930s with The Thirty-Nine Steps, and continued through the 1960s and beyond with his television shows and movie masterpieces Vertigo, Psycho, and The Birds. Films will be screened and discussions will be encouraged.