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2. It Was Suggested By Hitchcock’s Assistant

Hitchcock was notoriously picky about his material, and he only trusted a handful of people to give him new ideas. One of those people was his assistant, Peggy Robertson, who read a review of Bloch’s book and then gave a copy to the director, who acquired the book rights for a measly $9500. It’s just a shame that nobody wanted to actually make the movie.

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