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For the Love of Hitchcock :: The Most Intense Suspense, Excitement, Emotion Ever Generated by a Motion Picture (July, 1958)

Posted in 1950-1959, Movie Ads with tags , , , , , , , on May 18, 2012 by WB Kelso

 

“He did nothing. The law has little to say on things left undone.”

 

 

 

 

 

 
This post is part of the For the Love of Film Blogathon, a new age telethon to raise funds for The National Film Preservation Foundation to help bring The White Shadow (a/k/a White Shadows), an early silent film that a certain master of suspense did just about everything for except direct — assistant director, screenwriter, film editor, production designer, art director, and set decorator, to the streaming masses and help defray the costs of adding a new musical soundtrack.
 

 
There’s no donation too small, folks. So please, click on the link above, wherever you see it this week and give what you can. Thanks. For more information, check out the group’s Facebook page. Big thanks, as always, to Ferdy on Film, The Self-Styled Siren and This Island Rod for throwing such a wide net for contributors. Until tomorrow, then, I bid you all a good ev-ah-ning.
 

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Vertigo (1958) Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions :: Paramount Pictures / P: Alfred Hitchcock / AP: Herbert Coleman / D: Alfred Hitchcock / W: Alec Coppel, Samuel A. Taylor, Pierre Boileau (novel), Thomas Narcejac (novel) / C: Robert Burks / E: George Tomasini / M: Bernard Herrmann / S: James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes, Tom Helmore, Henry Jones, Lee Patrick