Quote by Alfred Hitchcock


I try to offset any tendency towards the macabre with humour. As I see it, this is a typically English form of humour. It's a piece with such jokes as the one about the man who was being led to the gallows to be hanged. He looked at the trap door in the gallows, which was flimsily constructed, and he asked in some alarm, 'I say, is that thing safe?'


I try to offset any tendency towards the macabre with humour

Topics: Humor By Alfred Hitchcock
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