I would very much like to thank, Rob of Movierob and Zoe of The Sporadic Chronicles of a Beginner Blogger, for hosting an awesome, Alfred Hitchcock Blogothon. If you’re not already a follower of either of those blogs, you need to immediately change that. Rob offers concise film reviews, which give a reader all of the pertinent information someone could possibly want in determining whether or not a particular film is for them. Zoe’s blog covers not only a diverse array of films, that span past and present, and represent a multitude of genres, but she also covers television series, as well as literature. In addition, if you’re a fan of Alfred Hitchcock, a number of wordpress.com blogger’s participated in the blogothon, covering films that spanned the entire career of the master of suspense, and are well worth taking the time to read.
For our 42nd review of the Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon, here’s a review of To Catch a Thief written by Jonathan of RobbinsRealm. If you don’t already follow his site, I strongly suggest that you go there to find some great movie reviews.
Thanks for joining in Jonathan!
“Grant and Kelly Star in Hitchcock’s Gem – To Catch a Thief”
Jewels stolen in multiple burglaries during the night, women screaming when they wake in the morning to the realization that they have been robbed, and a black cat making its way across different rooftops. Those are the scenes which serve as the catalyst for director Alfred Hitchcock’s “To Catch a Thief.” The entertaining, well paced, witty and stylish film, premiered on August 3, 1955, in Los Angeles, California. The movie was not only another entry into Hitchcock’s illustrious body of work, but marked the return of two time Oscar nominated…
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