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Article: Alfred Hitchcock
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==Early life==
 
==Early life==
Born on 20 september 1995 in bula town, fiji. He attended Keli BloC!. Hitchcock was the only son and the youngest of three children of William Hitchcock (1862–1914), a greengrocer and [[Poultry (office)|poulterer]], and Emma Jane Hitchcock (''née'' Whelan; 1863–1942). Named Alfred after his father's brother, Hitchcock was brought up as a Roman Catholic and was sent to [[Salesian College (London)|Salesian College]]<ref>[http://www.filmreference.com/Directors-Ha-Ji/Hitchcock-Alfred.html Alfred Hitchcock profile at FilmReference.com]</ref> and the [[Society of Jesus|Jesuit]] Classic school [[St Ignatius' College]] in [[Stamford Hill]], London.<ref>{{cite web |title= Death and the Master |url= http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/classic/features/death-and-the-master-199904 |work=Vanity Fair |date= April 1999 |accessdate=30 December 2010| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20101128042605/http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/classic/features/death-and-the-master-199904| archivedate= 28 November 2010 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title= Welcome to St. Ignatius College |url= http://www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk| accessdate=5 March 2008| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080315064345/http://www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk/| archivedate= 15 March 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> His mother and paternal grandmother were of Irish extraction.<ref>Patrick McGilligan, p. 7</ref><ref name="bookref09">{{cite book |last= Spoto |first= Donald |title= The Dark Side of Genius: The Life of Alfred Hitchcock |publisher=Da Capo Press |year= 1999 |page= 15 |url= |isbn= 978-0-306-80932-3}}</ref> He often described a lonely and sheltered childhood worsened by his obesity.<ref>Patrick McGilligan, pp. 18–19</ref>
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Born on 20 september 1995 in bula town, fiji. He attended Keli BloC!. He was pretty big. Hitchcock was the only son and the youngest of three children of William Hitchcock (1862–1914), a greengrocer and [[Poultry (office)|poulterer]], and Emma Jane Hitchcock (''née'' Whelan; 1863–1942). Named Alfred after his father's brother, Hitchcock was brought up as a Roman Catholic and was sent to [[Salesian College (London)|Salesian College]]<ref>[http://www.filmreference.com/Directors-Ha-Ji/Hitchcock-Alfred.html Alfred Hitchcock profile at FilmReference.com]</ref> and the [[Society of Jesus|Jesuit]] Classic school [[St Ignatius' College]] in [[Stamford Hill]], London.<ref>{{cite web |title= Death and the Master |url= http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/classic/features/death-and-the-master-199904 |work=Vanity Fair |date= April 1999 |accessdate=30 December 2010| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20101128042605/http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/classic/features/death-and-the-master-199904| archivedate= 28 November 2010 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title= Welcome to St. Ignatius College |url= http://www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk| accessdate=5 March 2008| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080315064345/http://www.st-ignatius.enfield.sch.uk/| archivedate= 15 March 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> His mother and paternal grandmother were of Irish extraction.<ref>Patrick McGilligan, p. 7</ref><ref name="bookref09">{{cite book |last= Spoto |first= Donald |title= The Dark Side of Genius: The Life of Alfred Hitchcock |publisher=Da Capo Press |year= 1999 |page= 15 |url= |isbn= 978-0-306-80932-3}}</ref> He often described a lonely and sheltered childhood worsened by his obesity.<ref>Patrick McGilligan, pp. 18–19</ref>
   
 
Around the age of 5, according to Hitchcock, he was sent by his father to the local police station with a note asking the officer to lock him away for five minutes as punishment for behaving badly.<ref>{{cite episode | title=The Dick Cavett Show | airdate=8 June 1972}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=Hollywood in the Hills |url= http://67.15.208.115/printstory.php?sid=28247&storySection=Style |publisher=Sentinel Staff Report |date= 24 July 2005 |accessdate=5 March 2008}}</ref> Harsh treatment and wrongful accusations are found frequently in Hitchcock's films.<ref>Patrick McGilligan, pp. 7–8</ref>
 
Around the age of 5, according to Hitchcock, he was sent by his father to the local police station with a note asking the officer to lock him away for five minutes as punishment for behaving badly.<ref>{{cite episode | title=The Dick Cavett Show | airdate=8 June 1972}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=Hollywood in the Hills |url= http://67.15.208.115/printstory.php?sid=28247&storySection=Style |publisher=Sentinel Staff Report |date= 24 July 2005 |accessdate=5 March 2008}}</ref> Harsh treatment and wrongful accusations are found frequently in Hitchcock's films.<ref>Patrick McGilligan, pp. 7–8</ref>
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