Monday, January 9, 2012

Letters Of Note: A Bitter Note From Crime Novelist Raymond Chandler To Film Director Alfred Hitchcock Regarding the Film 'Strangers On A Train'

Jason Boog at offers a look at a note Raymond Chandler wrote to Alfred Hitchcock, blasting him about the script for the film Strangers on a Train.

The excellent Letters of Note site has posted a bitter note that private detective novelist Raymond Chandler mailed to Alfred Hitchcock, an angry sermon punctuated with this zippy line: “if you wanted something written in skim milk, why on earth did you bother to come to me in the first place?”

You can read the rest of the piece an watch a trailer from Strangers on a Train via the below link:

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