Visual History 182 Norman Lloyd
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Visual History with Norman Lloyd

Interviewed by: Tim Matheson

Veteran director and actor Norman Lloyd discusses his 60-plus year directorial career, highlighting his work on both Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour. Lloyd also touches upon his 80-plus year acting career, working with such notable directors as Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Chaplin, Jean Renoir, Martin Scorsese, Peter Weir, and most recently Judd Apatow.

Director Norman Lloyd shares what he learned from working with some of cinema's greatest directors including Jean Renoir and Charlie Chaplin.

Lloyd describes how his directorial style was influenced by Alfred Hitchcock's motto "If you can't tell it, you can't shoot it."

Lloyd recounts his approach to staging a noteworthy scene from Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Man From the South," in which he directed Steve McQueen and Peter Lorre.