An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo

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An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo

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An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
Paramount Pictures, 1958. Comprising approximately 78 silver gelatin photographs, the majority of which are 8 x 10 in.; two 8 x 10 in. photos, one signed ("Kim Novak") and one inscribed, "To Stanley, / Sincerely, / Kim Novak"; an 8 x 10 in. color transparency; 7 pp of mimeographed synopsis and production notes; and a 4 pp German Film Neues promotional program. Many of the photos in this lot have informational snipes and stamps on the reverse. This archive features photos of Hitchcock directing, behind-the-scenes filming and candids on the set, scene stills, portraits of Jimmy Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes, and others, and much more. Acrophobic Stewart plays a man obsessed with making over a young woman in the image of his dead lover. Kim Novak plays the dual roles of the deceased Madeleine and the vulnerable Judy. Throw in a gorgeous jewel, a couple of twisted and confused personalities, and a high bell tower and you have the makings of a suspense classic. Vertigo has grown in reverence since it was originally released and is now considered one of Hitchcock's greatest achievements.
8 x 10 in. and smaller
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An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
An Alfred Hitchcock photographic archive from Vertigo
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