Vertigo // Directed by	Alfred Hitchcock  Produced by	Alfred Hitchcock  Written by	Alec Coppel  Samuel A. Taylor  Story by	Pierre Boileau  Thomas Narcejac  Starring	James Stewart  Kim Novak  Barbara Bel Geddes  Music by	Bernard Herrmann  Cinematography	Robert Burks  Editing by	George Tomasini  Distributed by	Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures (1983-present)  Release date(s)	May 9, 1958

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"Vertigo" Movie Poster designed by Saul Bass. Opening credits for "Vertigo" Movie animated by Saul Bass.

Kim Novak in Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo." 1958. A retired San Francisco detective suffering from acrophobia investigates the strange activities of an old friend's wife, all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her.

Vertigo (1958)

Vertigo - You know the Mad Men title animation came from these images in addition to the Saul Bass style

Alfred Hitchcock s Vertigo film poster. This is an original print illustrated by me, the artist. Size is approximately 16 by Print

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Mondo will release Alfred Hitchcock posters by Tomer Hanuka and Ghoulish Gary Pullin for Psycho and Vertigo to mark Hitchcock's birthday on August

vertigo #Movie #Hitchcock Probably one of the best flicks in history, ever. PERIOD.

Director Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo”, starring James Stewart and Kim Novak. I’ve always felt that the plot twist-reveal would have been better served placed a little later in the film. It’s undeniably a great film though.

Vertigo (1958) -129 Of The Most Beautiful Shots In Movie History

129 Of The Most Beautiful Shots In Movie History

129 Of The Most Beautiful Shots In Movie History - Vertigo Dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

James Stewart and Kim Novak in VERTIGO (Alfred Hitchcock, 1958). Very mysterious film. Hitchcock only used the best-looking actors and actresses, but it was always the women who were crazy??? Amazon.

Vertigo's rise up the film critics' top 10 is a fascinating case study in reputation

James Stewart and Kim Novak in VERTIGO (Alfred Hitchcock, Still my favorite movie