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March 10, 2006

The man who knew too much

Strangers_on_a_train My trip to The Bates Motel at RetroCrush (With the usual horrible popups)

This and many other photos of Hitchcock

Hitchcock directing Doris Day and James Stewart, in Marakesh

Hitchcock's Five Basic Plot Formations

Hitchcock Eyes. The eye is the window to the soul. Eyes are also the instruments of voyeurism and the gaze. Eyes are also crucial in the reaction-shot sequence, a form of point of view shooting characteristic of Hitchcock: we see a character looking, then what the character is seeing, then the character's reaction

Atom Egoyan’s tribute to the “Master of suspense”

Real-Life Stranger On A Train Less Interesting Than Hitchcock Version

Leonard South, camera operator on "The Birds" and "North by Northwest,", dead at 92

(Mosaic above from The joy of shards.) More Unusual Hitchcock and Unusual Chaplin Moments Here

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I'm using Firefox 1.5 and I don't get any pop-ups at Retrocrush.
I do have adblock installed but I hav'nt had to block anything there yet.

Posted by: ILuvNUFC at Mar 11, 2006 4:25:03 PM