Introduction
in Partners in suspense
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The introduction examines the significance and history of Alfred Hitchcock’s partnership with Bernard Herrmann. It also demonstrates the enduring appeal and legacy of the partnership in cinema from the 1970s onwards, especially as Herrmann worked with other directors steeped in the Hitchcock tradition.

Partners in suspense

Critical essays on Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Hitchcock

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