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Psycho - BBC Radio The Late Book Presentation
2000 by BBC Radio .
Written in English
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It’s pretty much axiomatic that the movie isn’t going to be as good as the book it came from. So when I recently realized that Hitchcock’s classic Psycho was actually based on a book I turned to my wife with a pained look on my face and said “Good heavens woman, we must get to the library immediately!” and then disappeared in a puff of smoke.
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