The Hitchcock/Truffaut Tapes #25


Our presentation of the Hitchcock/Truffaut tapes concludes with Part Twenty-Five

7 comments:

R.H. said...

Always looks like he's just had a big feed.

Tom Sutpen said...

That's probably because he usually did.

Shawn said...

any idea where i can find the complete recordings?

mas said...

Great series - thanks for posting them. Any chance they can be posted to itunes as podcasts?

Tom Sutpen said...

Shawn:

I don't know where the complete 50 hours are to be found, but I would bet anything that, with regard to how the book was constructed, they're even more revelatory than these 12 1/2 hours.

mas:

It's a great idea, but unfortunately I don't have title to these recordings.

The Hi de Ho Blog said...

Thank you very much for sharing this. It as a great pleasure to listen the stoic Master and the exhuberant Disciple getting more complicity session after session.
I was purely addicted. And the translator was pure 60's "charme à la française"...
Many thanks.

Patrick Wenk-Wolff said...

I know these are 5 years old but the links to the mp3s aren't resolving. Could you host them somewhere else? Pretty pleeeeease?