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The Alfred Hitchcock Walk in London

| 3 hours


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Category: Tours
Duration: 3 hours
Small group ensures personal service
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Informative, friendly and professional guide
Meet your guide at 11am in central London, then head onward into the city to begin your 3-hour walking tour. Once home to successful film director Alfred Hitchcock, London boasts many sites and landmarks made famous on the silver screen.

During your walking tour, visit the location where Doris Day sings “Que Sera Sera” in the 1956 version of The Man Who Knew Too Much, and the site of Blaney`s Covent Garden pub from Frenzy.

Along the way, listen as your guide sheds light on the reasons Hitchcock used London in his movies, and admire the buildings and architecture for which the city is famous. After three hours exploring London, your walking tour will come to an end in the centre of the city.
Guide Sandra Shevey is an international film historian, biographer, lecturer and academic who interviewed Alfred Hitchcock in 1972 in one of his last 1-2-1 interviews (3 hr interview)
Sound bites from rare 1972 3 hr interview
Set art courtesy Oscar winning Alfred Hitchcock designer Henry Bunstead
Locations 3 classic films
Walking tour
Food and drinks
Transport to/from attractions
Purchase CD of 10 interview sound bites one of which is Alfred Hitchcock...from Sandra directly..£30


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