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Book Title: Alfred Hitchcock's Monster Museum: Twelve Shuddery Stories for Daring Young Readers|
The author of the book: Alfred Hitchcock
Edition: Armada Lions
Date of issue: 1975
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Introduction: A Variety of Monsters • essay by Alfred Hitchcock
• The Day of the Dragon (1934) • novelette by Guy Endore
• The King of the Cats (1929) • shortstory by Stephen Vincent Benét
• Slime (1953) • novelette by Joseph Payne Brennan
• The Man Who Sold Rope to the Gnoles (1951) • shortstory by Margaret St. Clair [writing as Idris Seabright ]
• Henry Martindale, Great Dane (1954) • shortstory by Miriam Allen deFord
• The Microscopic Giants (1936) • shortstory by Paul Ernst
• The Young One (1954) • novelette by Jerome Bixby
• Doomsday Deferred (1949) • shortstory by Murray Leinster [as by Will F. Jenkins ]
• "Shadow, Shadow, on the Wall ..." (1951) • shortstory by Theodore Sturgeon
• The Desrick on Yandro (1952) • shortstory by Manly Wade Wellman
• The Wheelbarrow Boy (1950) • shortstory by Richard Parker
• Homecoming (1946) • shortstory by Ray Bradbury (variant of The Homecoming)
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Read information about the authorSir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock KBE was an iconic and highly influential film director and producer, who pioneered many techniques in the suspense and thriller genres.
Following a very substantial career in his native Britain in both silent films and talkies, Hitchcock moved to Hollywood and became an American citizen with dual nationality in 1956, thus he also remained a British subject.
Hitchcock directed more than fifty feature films in a career which spanned six decades, from the silent film era, through the invention of sound films, and far into the era of colour films. For a complete list of his films, see Alfred Hitchcock filmography.
Hitchcock was among the most consistently recognizable directors to the general public, and was one of the most successful film directors during his lifetime. He continues to be one of the best known and most popular filmmakers of all time.