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Dr. Giallo Feb 9
VERTIGO (1958) by Alfred by Laurent Durieux
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Manu Feb 9
No one gives the side eye like Judith Anderson as Mrs Danvers. Rebecca (1940)
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MovieArt.com Feb 11
Something new in stock and genuinely fabulous at : An original 1963 British "quad" for Alfred 's The Birds, linen-backed. Classic film, classic poster, with 'Tippi Hedren' and Rod Taylor, filmed in Bodega Bay, CA. $2,200.,
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Manu Feb 10
Matte paintings. Foreign Correspondent (1940) Notorious (1946) The Birds (1963) Marnie (1964)
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Previs Pro - Storyboard Fast Feb 13
Use Previs Pro to make 4 storyboard panels from The Birds, in minutes.
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Jane Nightshade, Writer Feb 13
Hanging in the lobby of The Tides restaurant in Bodega Bay, CA. I love The Bird Lady in this film so much!
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πŸΉβš½πŸ’› Sassy_Blonde45 πŸ’›βš½πŸΉ Feb 12
Love this photo πŸ’– Alfred Hitchcock serving tea to Leo the Lion, the mascot for MGM Studios. πŸ€©πŸ‘
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Profesor Higgins Feb 12
- You thought you could be Mrs. de Winter, live in her house, walk in her steps, take the things that were hers! But she’s too strong for you. Rebecca | 1940 | Alfred 🎬
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Lee Feb 11
Continuing my season tonight with a first watch of this 50’s thriller.
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Mike's General Store & fine goods Feb 11
VHS Movie Alfred Hitchcock Torn Curtain with Paul Newman Julie Andrews 1995 (Tweeted via )
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πŸ“½πŸΈ"ℂ𝐑𝐫𝐒𝐬"-π–Šπ–“π–Šπ•• '𝕆𝔩𝕕 β„π˜°π–‘π–‘π•ͺπš π–”π–”π••'πŸ•ΈπŸŽ© Feb 11
When she insists, let her...πŸ’‹ & in , 1955.πŸ“½
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Kevin Jones Feb 10
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Miss Leia Feb 10
Grandma says I have a Hitchcock profile . I'm not sure what that is but I know I look spectacular πŸ‘ πŸ˜‰
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Stella Coulson Feb 10
I see trending and I can only think of the film (or the book).
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I'm travelling to another dimension Feb 10
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Elizabeth Feb 9
Interesting, I was surprised about *1917* bc all the buzz seemed to be about the cinematography ~ not the story, characters etc. So I couldn't figure out why it landed in top 10 for best pic. To me, 1917 was a nice experiment similar to 's Rope.
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Allison Feb 8
Getting ready to scratch a square off our poster.
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