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January 06, 2005

“Television is like the American toaster, you push the button and the same thing pops up everytime”

Psycho_1 Staircases in Hitchcock's films almost always lead to trouble. For Hitchcock, the simple act of going up a staircase seemed to be a disorienting experience, taking you away from safety towards the unknown

Transgender interpretation of the romantic dining car scene from North by Northwest - Great moments in film history # 7

A scene from “Rope” by O.K. Maercks. One of the nicer samples of thrift store art

Did you know that Hitchcock even made a cameo appearance in his own funeral?

Saul Bass title designer and one of Hitchcock’s most famous collaborators

Google logo on August 13

Bodega Bay Location for "The Birds"

Psycho, The internet screenplay. Notorious screenplay. (Sorry, a Geocities site)

Hitchcock movie posters. (A commercial site)

Mystery Authors, from Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

Johan Grimonprez's new film project Looking for Alfred

Wide Screen Vertigo. Also, Use of Profiles in Vertigo

"I Confess": Visions of Guilt and Innocence in Hitchcock's films

(Unrelated, but I must post it immediately: This clear glycerin soap contains a real razor blade. (From ""Jaf Project")

Hitchcock quote above from Brainy quote. More Unusual Hitchcock and Unusual Chaplin Moments Here

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