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  • proper noun A female given name.

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Examples

  • From Rope to Vertigo, Stewart was closer to a representation of Hitchcock himself than any presence until Sean Connery's in Marnie.

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  • From Rope to Vertigo, Stewart was closer to a representation of Hitchcock himself than any presence until Sean Connery's in Marnie.

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  • From Rope to Vertigo, Stewart was closer to a representation of Hitchcock himself than any presence until Sean Connery's in Marnie.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • From Rope to Vertigo, Stewart was closer to a representation of Hitchcock himself than any presence until Sean Connery's in Marnie.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • It shows the Nine Network presenter introducing a bulletin live from Taronga Zoo in Sydney when the bird, called Marnie, lunges at him.

    The First Post: Latest

  • Hitchcock's own "Frenzy" is cited for its violence and ugliness, but his 1964 "Marnie" - which, like "Psycho," is the story of a female thief-is left out.

    Articles

  • Life was always going to be a bit different for Marnie: that much was clear when her dad, also called Marnie, came to pick her and mum Geraldine up from Carlisle Maternity Hospital on Fusehill Street towing a trailer with four lions in the back.

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  • Indeed, his Hitchcock's Films Revisited has been the book I've spent the most time with during my journey with Sir Alfred because it is richly provocative and unpredictable, and helped me reassess some films, such as Marnie, that I would otherwise have felt were minor.

    Robin Wood: 1931-2009

  • Indeed, his Hitchcock's Films Revisited has been the book I've spent the most time with during my journey with Sir Alfred because it is richly provocative and unpredictable, and helped me reassess some films, such as Marnie, that I would otherwise have felt were minor.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • What color set Tippi Hedren off in the 1964 Alfred Hitchcock thriller "Marnie"?

    CNN Transcript Oct 26, 2005

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