Approved | | Drama, Horror, Thriller
When producer William Frye considered taking an option on the novel in 1960, he and his friend, Bette Davis tried to get Alfred Hitchcock interested in directing. He declined, as he was busy promoting Psycho (1960) and trying to develop The Birds (1963) into a screenplay.
Want to see it again little girl? It shouldn't frighten you.
Both scenes where we see Jane carrying a body in the wheelchair through the kitchen side door (once the maid, then her sister), have obviously been shot at a very short interval : we see two mops on the staircase rail exactly at the same place. In both scenes, on the first shot when she goes down the few steps, the mops are next to each other, then seconds later when seen from inside the car, the mops are separated by a few inches.
The Warner Bros. logo does not appear at the beginning of this film.