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Alma Reville, also known as "Lady Hitchcock," was Alfred Hitchcock's lifetime partner, assistant director and closest collaborator.
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Reville’s screen credits were extensive. She was the assistant director on The Lodger (1926) and helped craft screenplays for nearly a dozen films. She also wrote screen adaptations throughout the 1930s, including The Secret Agent (1936) and The Lady Vanishes (1938). But Lady Hitchcock’s best known contribution to film was perhaps made at her husband’s side, quietly advising the "Master of Suspense,
" who unquestioningly trusted her razor-sharp eye for detail.
Alma Reville Hitchcock died in Bel Air, California, on July 6, 1982, two years after her husband.
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