Raymond Chandler writes to Alfred Hitchcock


“…What I cannot understand is your permitting a script which after all had some life and vitality to be reduced to such a flabby mass of clichés, a group of faceless characters, and the kind of dialogue every screen writer is taught not to write—the kind that says everything twice and leaves…

Source: lettersofnote.com
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