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Alfred Hitchcock on happiness


“I can’t bear quarreling. I can’t bear feelings between people. I think hatred is wasted energy. And it’s all non-productive. So, I’m very sensitive. A sharp word said by, say, a person who has a temper—if they’re close to me—hurts me for days.”

—Alfred Hitchcock, director

“A Talk with Hitchcock.” Hosted by Fletcher Markle. Telescope. CBC. 1964.

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