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Alfred Hitchcock Fun Facts

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Gus Van Sant won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Director for his almost shot-for-shot remake of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.
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Alfred Hitchcock's 1929 film Blackmail was the first British "talkie", although a silent version was also released for theaters not equipped for sound.
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Alfred Hitchcock made The Man Who Knew Too Much in Britain in 1934, then used the title again for an American film released in 1956.
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Because Alfred Hitchcock said that actors should be treated like cattle, Carole Lombard brought three cows onto the set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith to surprise him.
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Alfred Hitchcock so often cast blonde actresses like Kim Novak and Tippi Hedren in his films that their kind of icy beauty became known as "Hitchcock Blonde."
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In the climax of Hitchcock's North by Northwest, Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint are pursued by men who want the microfilm they have concealed in a sculpture.
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Alfred Hitchcock made cameos in all of his American films, usually near the beginning so as to not distract from the plot.
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Alfred Hitchcock's film Rope used long takes to create the illusion of being one continuous shot. It was also his first film shot in Technicolor.
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Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart starred in four Hitchcock films each, while Grace Kelly and Ingrid Bergman each starred in three.
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Marnie features Sean Connery's only collaboration with Alfred Hitchcock and Tippi Hedren's second, after The Birds the previous year.