PG | | Mystery, Romance, Thriller
A former police detective juggles wrestling with his personal demons and becoming obsessed with a hauntingly beautiful woman.
Uncredited Second Unit Cameraman Irmin Roberts invented the famous "zoom out and track in" shot (now sometimes called "contra-zoom" or "trombone shot") to convey the sense of vertigo to the audience. The view down the mission stairwell cost nineteen thousand ... ...
Officer on rooftop:
Give me your hand. Give me your hand.
The DeSoto that Scottie drives clearly has no rear view mirror during the close-up and interior shots, yet it has a rear view mirror as he's getting back into the car after watching Madeleine Elster purchase the flower bouquet and as he exits the car on the passenger side to follow her into the Mission Dolores cathedral.
There is no end title on this film.
The version shown by AMC on 11/29/2013 contains the original VistaVision soundtrack.
$1,486,818 (USA) (22 November 1996)
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