Alfred Hitchcock: Interviews
These interviews dramatize Alfred Hitchcock's shifting attitudes on a variety of cinematic matters, including the role of stars in a movie, the importance of the story, the use of sound and color, his relationship to the medium of television, and the attractions and perils of realism. His engaging wit and intelligence are on display, as are his sophistication, serious contemplation, and playful manipulation of the interviewer--From the publisher description.
Gottlieb, Sidney, ed. Alfred Hitchcock: Interviews. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2003.