"Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!"
- Rosalind Russell, "Auntie Mame" (1958)
Classic Films Reloaded - taking a fresh look at some of the classic films of the cinema.
Going down? Acrophobic James Stewart nervously descends the tower in Vertigo (1958) Director: Alfred Hitchcock:
In an interview with François Truffaut, Alfred Hitchcock said that Vertigo was one of his favourite films. Hitchcock blamed the film's initial failure on James Stewart, looking too old at 50 to play a convincing love interest for Kim Novak, who at 25 was half his age. Later, Hitchcock and Stewart received the San Sebastián International Film Festival awards for Best Director and Best Actor respectively. - Wikipedia
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