PG-13 | | Biography, Drama
Hitchcock was offered Casino Royale (1967) to direct. It would have preceded Dr. No (1962) as the first James Bond film by two years, if it had been made at that time. Casino Royale's screen rights were sold separately from the other Ian Flemimg ... ...
It's lucky it didn't reach the house.
Ed Gein: Yeah.
Henry Gein: You know, there's gonna be a lot more jobs at that factory in Milwaukee come June. I could put in a word.
Ed Gein: You can't leave us, Henry. She needs us both.
Henry Gein: Can you stop being a mama's boy for one second? I'm ...
Portrays principal photography and Alfred Hitchcock's office as being on Paramount Studios' backlot. In reality, as Psycho was the last picture the director would make under his contract with Paramount, by the time filming began his office, as well as the sets, had moved to his new studio, Universal.
As Hitch addresses his audience at the end of the picture, he tells us that he is bereft of ideas for his next picture... then a large, black bird lands on his shoulder.
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