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Hitchcock Silents: The Manxman
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston presents a special film series: Hitchcock Silents.
After beginning his career in London as an art director and screenwriter, cinematic master Alfred Hitchcock (1899–1980) was given the opportunity to direct his first feature-length film ("The Pleasure Garden") in 1925. But it was his 1927 feature, "The Lodger," that he considered his “first true film.”
Observing “silent pictures are the purist form of cinema,” Hitchcock’s silent films featured early explorations of themes that would preoccupy him through his long career, including deception and romanticView more
Special ticket prices apply for these silent-film concerts. General admission is $15. MFAH members, students with ID, and senior adults receive a $3 discount.
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1001 Bissonnet Street, Houston, TX 77006