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The most famous scene from Vertigo and probably the most

The most famous scene from Vertigo and probably the most

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The most famous scene from Vertigo and probably the most disturbing. The main character transforms his girlfriend into his dead lover.

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Elster, the elite British shipping magnate.

The most studied and analyzed film of Alfred Hitchcock's career, 'Vertigo' is on every level a masterclass in filmmaking • Cinephilia & Beyond

Stewart's career-best performance as Scottie is a thing of awful beauty, shifting his character from a neurotic, but avuncular presence in early scenes to ...

The most studied and analyzed film of Alfred Hitchcock's career, 'Vertigo' is on every level a masterclass in filmmaking

James Stewart and Kim Novak on the set of Vertigo - Hitchcock, 1958. Find this Pin and more ...

The most studied and analyzed film of Alfred Hitchcock's career, 'Vertigo' is on every level a masterclass in filmmaking • Cinephilia & Beyond

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The beautiful Kim Novak in front of the beautiful Golden Gate Bridge. Probably while filming Vertigo. Find this Pin and more ...

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You don't usually associate the words “mussed” and “drunk” with Cary Grant, but here they are during the production of North by Northwest.

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What's that old Oscar Wilde thing? "Each man kills the thing he loves . . ." That I think is a very natural phenomenon, really.

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Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, which was released in 1958, starred Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak

The most studied and analyzed film of Alfred Hitchcock's career, 'Vertigo' is on every level a masterclass in filmmaking • Cinephilia & Beyond

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As you can see, there are no shorts, no t-shirts - and no flip flops! Most of the men are in dinner dress, and the ladies accordingly dressed "to the nines" ...

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Alfred Hitchcock is considered a visionary and impressive director for good reason. Not only did he create some of the most suspenseful films ever put on ...

The most studied and analyzed film of Alfred Hitchcock's career, 'Vertigo' is on every level a masterclass in filmmaking • Cinephilia & Beyond

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Spielberg has used it to great effect in most of his films.

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Scottie begins to transform into the voyeuristic control freak that is Elster.

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The most studied and analyzed film of Alfred Hitchcock's career, 'Vertigo' is on every level a masterclass in filmmaking • Cinephilia & Beyond

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Another thing, I don't wear black pumps,” said Kim Novak to Edith Head, the costume designer for Vertigo.

For “Vertigo,” designer Edith Head dressed Kim Novak (with costar Jimmy Stewart

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Although Vertigo is his best film and North by Northwest probably the most watchable and exciting, Psycho is my favourite of Hitchcock's films.

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If you're a person, and chances are if you're reading this that you probably are, it's more than likely you have an irrational fear of something.

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Kim Novak fought with fearsome studio bosses, tussled with Alfred Hitchcock, and went toe-to-toe with James Stewart. But after scaling the dizzy heights of ...

In Vertigo, Hitchcock left himself and his creative process newly exposed: indeed, “exposed” is the word that constantly flitted through my thoughts in my ...

EDITH HEAD USED COLOR TO HIGHLIGHT THE CHARACTERS' STATE OF MIND.

It was only in retrospect that Vertigo came to be seen as Hitchcock's most personal film, considered by many to be his best.

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Scottie follows Madeleine

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...but there's some perks to the gig! Stacy & Clinton would approve!

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Note the spiraled vesica piscis atop the pillar.

Stanley Kubrick was no doubt influenced by this film, and his best work utilizes the same motifs. Most notably, the use of "twinning" - the pairing of Judy ...

Here are Novak and Stewart on the set:

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The color of the costumes and the sets had a symbolic meaning for Hitch as well. The gray represented modesty. When Jimmy Stewart as Scottie first sees Kim ...

The star of such films as The Philadelphia Story, Harvey, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and It's a Wonderful Life is famous for being a humble, ...

Lynch quotes visually from Vertigo elsewhere as well. For instance, the otherworldly curtains in Vertigo's evocative hotel scene may be one possible origin ...

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Scorcese's Sonny Liston fight scene set piece in Raging Bull has a famous dolly zoom, and the scene in Goodfellas where Henry Hill realizes he's going to ...

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The scene took an entire week to shoot (1/3rd of Janet Leigh's time spent on the production) and is simultaneously horrific and tantalising, ...

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I was just old enough to probably sneak out and see Vertigo. Then right after that I saw North by Northwest and Psycho.

More importantly the screeching noise makes another visit; the two previous times the audience listened to that horrible noise they witnessed murder scenes.

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Scottie Dashes Up the Tower in Vertigo (1958)

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Rear Window is probably the most accessible of Hitchcock's famous movies. It's a thriller with a good mystery plus it has some comedy, romance and social ...

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In a performance that requires her to be both alluring and aloof in equal degrees, Novak is ravishing and sexy and, ultimately, heartbreaking.

For most viewers, the exciting helicopter/motorbike confrontation scene is probably a shoe-in for the greatest moment within Tomorrow Never Dies, ...