How old was Alma Hitchcock when she died?

How old was Alma Hitchcock when she died?

82 years (1899–1982)
Alma Reville/Age at death

Where did Hitchcock meet Alma Reville?

Twickenham Film Studio, where Reville first worked, closed in 1919, but she was given a job at Paramount’s Famous Players-Lasky, a subsidiary of the American company based in Islington, where she met her future husband, Alfred Hitchcock.

Is Alma Hitchcock still alive?

Deceased (1899–1982)
Alma Reville/Living or Deceased

Which Hitchcock film made the most money?

Strangers on a Train (1951)

  • Spellbound (1945)
  • Topaz (1969)
  • Dial M for Murder (1954)
  • Rebecca (1940) Box-office collection: $6,000,000.
  • Suspicion (1941) Box-office collection: $4,500,000.
  • Vertigo (1958) Box-office collection: $3,200,000.
  • The Wrong Man (1956) Box-office collection: $2,000,000.
  • What was Alma Revilles nickname?

    Lady Hitchcock
    In 1926, Alma married Alfred Hitchcock and took on the moniker “Lady Hitchcock”, in part, because of her unwavering support of her husband. This, along with her vision and talent, made Alma indispensable to Alfred.

    Who was Tippi Hedren married to?

    Luis Barrenecheam. 1985–1995
    Noel Marshallm. 1964–1982Peter Griffithm. 1952–1961
    Tippi Hedren/Spouse

    What was Alma Reville nickname?

    Death and Legacy One year later, on April 29, 1980, Hitchcock died peacefully in his sleep in Bel Air, California. He was survived by his lifetime partner, assistant director and closest collaborator, Alma Reville, also known as “Lady Hitchcock,” who died in 1982.

    How old is Alma Reville?

    How old was Alma Reville when she joined Film Company?

    Around 1915, at the age of sixteen, Reville joined the London Film Company which was based near her family home in Twickenham. Starting out as a tea girl, she was soon promoted to the cutting room and within two years was working as an assistant to director Maurice Elvey, according to a 1925 article in The Picturegoer (48) .

    What did Alma Reville do in the cutting room?

    Starting out as a tea girl, she was soon promoted to the cutting room and within two years was working as an assistant to director Maurice Elvey, according to a 1925 article in The Picturegoer (48) . In 1918, she took a role in Elvey’s The Life Story of David Lloyd George (Hitchcock O’Connell and Bouzereau 2003, 26-27).

    Where did Alfred Hitchcock and Alma Reville work?

    Alma Reville and Alfred Hitchcock. Courtesy of the British Film Institute. In 1921, Reville moved to Famous Players-Lasky’s studio in Islington where, according to The Picturegoer, she worked as an editor and second assistant director (1925, 48).

    Who was Alma Reville married to in the 39 Steps?

    Alma Reville was born on August 14, 1899 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England as Alma Lucy Reville. She is known for her work on Suspicion (1941), Shadow of a Doubt (1943) and The 39 Steps (1935). She was married to Alfred Hitchcock. She died on July 6, 1982 in Bel Air, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio » Show by…