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Weekend Poll: Which Classic Alfred Hitchcock Film Should Be Adapted for Broadway?

Weekend Poll: Which Classic Alfred Hitchcock Film Should Be Adapted for Broadway?
Which Hitchcock movie should be on Broadway?

Thirty-two years after his death, famed director Alfred Hitchcock remains a cultural icon as two new films, Hitchcock (in theaters on November 23) and The Girl (on HBO on October 20), explore the making of two of his most frightening flicks. Also, the troubles besieging the now defunct Broadway musical Rebecca (based on his 1940 film) have played out like the scheme of one of his cryptic chillers. His film The 39 Steps was adapted into a Tony-nominated farce, but we think The Master of Suspense is worthy of another stage spectacle! We want to know: Which Hitchock film should be adapted for Broadway? Vote below! 

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Which Alfred Hitchcock movie should be adapted for Broadway?


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