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Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense: A Pop-Up Book

Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense: A Pop-Up Book Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense: A Pop-Up Book Best Read || [Kees Moerbeek] - Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense: A Pop-Up Book, Alfred Hitchcock The Master of Suspense A Pop Up Book Known worldwide as the master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock had an incredible directing career that spanned five decades and than fifty films He earned numerous awards inspired countless pu

  • Title: Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense: A Pop-Up Book
  • Author: Kees Moerbeek
  • ISBN: 9780689875953
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Hardcover

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Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense: A Pop-Up Book


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  1. Kees Moerbeek studied graphic design at the art school in Arnhem, The Netherlands, and works as a full time paper engineer and illustrator He lives in The Netherlands with his wife, the book designer and sculptor Carla Dijs.

  2. review of Alfred Hitchcock The Master of Suspense A Pop up Book tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE September 26, 2011 This is just a pop up bk so my reviewing it as something that I ve read puts the wrong emphasis It s the paper engineering by Kees Moerbeek that s really worth reviewing here it s that that I m giving 4 stars Of course, it doesn t hurt that I like Hitchcock s movies too The bk features images plot synopses for 7 films Saboteur, Vertigo, Psycho, The Birds, Marnie, Torn Curtain, Frenzy A p [...]


  3. Probably this was the first adult pop up book that I ever laid hands on Since I have this strange fascinated interest towards the creativity of the creators of pop up books, I was quite impressed by how they put this book which featured about 6 7 of Mr Hitchcock s movies in pop up pages together The lows, however, is that this otherwise wonderful movie book only featured some of Mr Hitchcock s masterpieces, including Vertigo, The Birds and Psycho, and omit his other most important works i.e Nort [...]


  4. Someone who knows my wicked heart gave this one to me for Christmas Another one of the twisted but delightful pop up books in the manner of The Pop Up Book of Nightmares and The Pop Up Book of Phobias In all these books, the paper art is stunning This one is designed by the famous Kees Moerbeek Of course, familiarity with Hitchcock s films is needed to get all the sly referential humor There s also a wealth of information about the seven films portrayed Saboteur, Vertigo, Psycho, The Birds, Marn [...]


  5. Hitch Pops Up What do you need to know You won t find any MacGuffin s here, just a wonderful cinematic pop up book with short synopsis on seven films by the master of suspense See if you can find Hitchcock s famous cameos in each of these films My only complaint about this book is where are my favorite films, The Man Who Knew Too Much original 1934, Shadow of a Doubt 1943, Lifeboat 1944, and Strangers on a Train 1951 Nothing in depth just loads of fun, a not unfair appreciation of Hitchcock him [...]


  6. As a HUGE fan of Hitchcock, this is a must have for collectors The quality is in the stunning visual presentation through pop up images and not so much on the brief film synopsis for each For each of the films covered there is a behind the closed door feature that shows the viewer where Hitchcock made his cameo appearance in the film A cameo was present in each of his films and always close to the beginning as to not distract the viewer from the film itself.