It's My "Hitchcock" Contest!
There'll be THREE Winners!
The THREE prizes are this AWESOME coffee table book
Part tribute, part pictorial essay, and part travelogue, Hitchcock's California: Vista Visions From the Camera Eye is a handsome hardbound book that is truly the first art book that does justice to the art of legendary movie director Alfred Hitchcock. Featuring more than 100 original photographs, and a 21-page conversation between noted Hitchcock scholar Dan Auiler and photojournalist Robert Jones, Hitchcock's California's dimensions live up to the promise of the book's title: 15 inches wide by 8.5 inched tall, it is a true "widescreen" presentation.
For a chance to win one of these three prizes all you have to do is correctly answer the mystery question using the drop down menu, completely fill in the entry form, and submit it by midnight (EDT) Friday, Sept. 11, 2020. On Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020, I'll have a random drawing from all correct and complete entries to determine the winner. Only ONE entry per person is permitted. Entry information is used only to contact the winner and send the prizes. Decision of the judge is final.
We all know how important music is to a scary movie. Hitchcock was aware of this too, which is why he hired only the best composers to score his films. Good examples are "Psycho," "North by Northwest" and "Vertigo."
The question is: Which composer scored Psycho and 8 other Hitchcock films?