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  1. Classic Mystery and Suspense Box Office Hits: 10 Films That Made the Most MoneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | News Max

    ... thriller starring Harrison Ford, "Blade Runner" has a lifetime adjusted gross of $83 million at the box office. 10. "Vertigo" (1958) Having raked in $38 million at the box office, the thriller, starring Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak, is considered one ...


  2. Face to Face With Your Doppelg ngerBy Justin JonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | The Daily Beast

    ... the fascination. It's also the shocking plotline of The Prestige , Adaption and Alfred Hitchcock's iconic thriller, Vertigo . The doppelgA nger has most recently migrated to television in the drama-filed plotline of television soap opera, The Young ...


  3. The Minneapolis Hitchcock Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | City Pages

    ... villainy of Dial M for Murder (1954) suggests a joy in evading suspicion. The twisted attraction that rules Vertigo (1958), screened in lavish 70mm, remains a disquieting portrayal of debilitating obsession. Reprising the nightmare of mistaken ...


  4. Classic Mystery and Suspense Movies: 5 Movies That Shaped the GenreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | News Max

    ... Cotton, Orson Welles, and Trevor Howard and featured twists and turns that had never been seen on film before. 4. "Vertigo" (1958) The second collaboration between Hitchcock and actor Jimmy Stewart, "Vertigo" used the lead character's affliction ...


  5. FILM: Re-Make/Re-ModelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Artforum Intl.

    ... 118 minutes. Ariana and AndrA e ( Sylvie Testud and Olivia Bonamy). THE SINGULARITY OF Alfred Hitchcock 's Vertigo (1958) - the passe-partout to unlocking the mystery of cinema's powers to derange - has never been more eloquently articulated ...


  6. Revisiting Rebecca (Pt 1) Off to ManderleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 |

    ... down at crashing waves below. He steps forward. Is he contemplating suicide or thinking ahead and auditioning for Vertigo (1958)? His future bride decides it's the former and urges him to stop. Olivier and Fontaine are what one might call "wooden" ...


  7. Hitchcock classic "Vertigo" set for outdoor showing at Latter LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Uptown Messenger

    The New Orleans Film Society will hold a free screening of Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller "Vertigo" on the grounds of Latter Library on Saturday evening as the spring 2015 series of Moonlight Movies begins. "Though dismissed when first released, audiences and critics alike have since heralded Vertigo, recently replacing Citizen Kane at the top of Sight and Sound's poll of 'The Greatest Films of All Time,'" according to a synopsis of the film at the New Orleans Film Society website .


  8. 'Vertigo,' showing in WeHo on Sunday, still thrills and chillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Los Angeles Times

    Not to be missed. James Stewart as Det. John "Scottie" Ferguson and Kim Novak as Madeleine Elster/Judy Barton in "Vertigo," directed by Alfred Hitchcock.


  9. See 'The Godfather' in style at Los Angeles Theatre April 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 4 |

    ... n to the public. Check the Cinespia site for more classic movie events, including a screening of Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo" on May 30.


  10. Pacific Symphony Orchestra to Perform Score from Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo Live, 4/30Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 4 |

    Out of more than 58 films that Alfred Hitchcock directed in his lifetime, "Vertigo" stands out as one of the best for its suspense, innovative camera use and haunting memorable score, making it an ideal choice for Pacific Symphony Pops to reinvigorate by performing the soundtrack live! During a symphonic night at the movies, the colorfully enhanced 1958 film plays on the big screen as Bernard Herrmann's hypnotic score is recreated by the orchestra, led by Principal Pops Conductor Richard Kaufman. Set in the hustle and bustle of San Francisco in the late 1950s, the romantic thriller stars James Stewart and Kim Novak, who were both praised for their performances.


  11. 1950's Hollywood actress Kim Novak exhibits her paintings in PragueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Radio Prague

    One of the VIP guests at this year's international film festival Febiofest was 1950s Hollywood actress Kim Novak, best known for her lead role in Alfred Hitchcock's famous movie Vertigo. Born Marilyn Pauline Novak, to Czech parents, Kim dreamed of becoming a great artist, and she even won two scholarships to the prestigious Chicago Art Institute, but her life followed a different path after she was discovered by a Hollywood agent.


  12. New show inspired by the master of suspenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Western Telegraph

    ... the line between hilarity and horror, this cabaret includes a singing Mrs Danvers, extolling her beloved Rebecca; a Vertigo victim walking a wire in high heels; Tippi Hedren on a Chinese pole beset by Birds and Marlene Dietrich, prowling the ...


  13. The Dizziness of the Modern Art AdvisorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | The New York Observer

    To many, vertigo is, at best, Alfred Hitchcock's finest move and, at worst, something related to Jagermeister and Ferris wheels. But it apparently affects art advisors, also, especially in this dizzying paintings and sculpture market.


  14. Film series designed to honor Ontario Oscar-winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    What do the movies “Vertigo,” “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “The Sting” and “Unforgiven” have in common? Two things: Each was an Oscar nominee or winner for production design, and the man who did that job was a native son of Ontario. Here's a third thing: They're all screening in April at Ontario's Ovitt Library in my annual film series.


  15. James Stewart in Supporting Roles: 3 Times Star Shined Without Being Lead ActorRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2015 | News Max

    James Stewart is known in American film history mainly for the many starring roles he brought to life on the silver screen. A few of his classic performances include: George Bailey in "It's a Wonderful Life," Jefferson Smith in "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," and John "Scottie" Ferguson in "Vertigo."


  16. The 5 Roles That Defined James Stewart's CareerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2015 | News Max

    ... with famed director Alfred Hitchcock saw Stewart as an injured, wheelchair-bound voyeur who witnesses a murder. 4. "Vertigo" (1956) Stewart teamed up with Hitchcock once again, playing detective John "Scottie" Ferguson. The film was famously spoofed ...


  17. The Hitchcock ConnectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2015 | Chicago Sun-Times

    ... the years, when a particular Hitchcock film would come up. I remember telling her about the initial restoration of " Vertigo " in 1996, she gasped "Oh, that movie ." When talking over "Notorious" after it had played on television some time, we both ...


  18. 'Hitchcock' by Michael Wood is a beautifully turned surveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2015 |

    ... mania that attends war - and the communal shell-shock that follows. Wood scants Spellbound but dwells lovingly on Vertigo . He does a spectacular job with Strangers on a Train , a "meticulously controlled picture of an out-of-control situation." ...


  19. Rear WindowRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2015 | Houston Press

    ... as a legacy to his daughter. These "Five Lost Hitchcocks" - The Man Who Knew Too Much, Rope, The Trouble With Harry, Vertigo and Rear Window - were re-released in 1984, which is how Fathom Events will be able to screen the last film this Sunday and ...


  20. Ozu's 'An Autumn Afternoon': wistful and absorbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2015 | The Wave

    A couple of years ago, Sight & Sound magazine shocked those who care about such things when it announced the results of a survey of critics and other professionals that named the greatest film of all time to be Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo," which finally beat out the perennial winner of such polls, Orson Welles's "Citizen Kane." Less discussed was the film that came in third, a film that few moviegoers would have even heard of, let alone seen: Yasujiro Ozu's "Tokyo Story" from 1953.