Alfred Hitchcock had no belly button?
Alfred Hitchcock was born with a bellybutton but after surgery in an operation when they sewed his stomach up it was removed.
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Alfred Hitchcock was a British Film director especially popular inthe 1940s through 1970s, but also still popular today. He is mostfamous for his suspense movies "Psycho" and …"The Birds." He alsohad two television programs and many other movies. He is called"The Master of Suspense."
Alfred Hitchcock was indeed born with a belly button. In one of themany surgeries he had during his lifetime, the skin was stretchedover his stomach where his belly button was….
He makes a brief appearance in all his films! The movies talk aboutdanger in safe places like movie theaters, Statue of Liberty, MountRushmore. He had charming, attractive mur…derers and sociopaths an innocent man accused of a crime. He used suspense rather thansurprise - showing the button that activates a bomb instead of justhaving it go off with no set up. Alfred Hitchcock was famous for his use of a MacGuffin: a detailwhich drives the plot such as the uranium in Notorious, statesecrets in several films, and motivates the actions of characterswithin the story. However the specific identity of the item isactually unimportant to the plot.
He appeared - in one way or another - in thirty seven of his films. In 'Lifeboat' he appears in an advertisement in a newspaper being read by a character. Hitchcock's profil…e is seen as the before and after pictures for a slimming device called the 'Reducto Obesity Slayer'.
Alfred Hitchcock was indeed born with a belly button. However, he had abdominal surgery later in his life, and skin was stretched over the area where his belly button was. Upo…n healing, it appeared that he had no belly button.
Alfred Hitchcock appears about 10 minutes into 'Vertigo' walking from left to right outside the entrance to Elster's shipyard and carrying a musical instrument case.
Alfred Hitchcock died April 29, 1980. "Ghost" was made in 1990. It was directed by Jerry Zucker.
He was rumored to not have a belly button.
He usually appeared at the beginning of his films.
Yes he was a real person and great film director.
This is one of the few films directed by Hitchcock in which he does not make a cameo.
Alfred Hitchcock was born a subject of the United Kingdom, and became a citizen of the United States in 1956. Take your pick.
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According to his IMDB bio, Hitchcock had a phobia about the police, driving a car (he never learned to do so), and eggs.
When asked, he replied (something like), "People like to be scared." When he did a silly, romantic comedy (_Mr and Mrs Smith_), the public yawned.
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Hitchcock had a wicked sense of humor, and would sometimes play jokes on co-workers that were more cruel than funny. He was also famous for staying home with his wife (who, by… all accounts, he adored) every night, and never socializing. He spoke openly (and sarcastically) about his disagreements with studio exec David Selznick; and, when asked if he really said, "Actors are like cattle" he corrected the quote to be, "Actors should be treated like cattle." However, I am unaware of any reported difficulties he had with either screen-writers or actors in the making of his films.
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it was sewn over during surgery
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It is really unknown. But some sources say that he had many abdominal surgeries over the years that he no longer had one later in his life.