Famous Silhouette

My high school math teacher introduced me to Alfred Hitchcock. He played his films after we finished an exam. He selected the older films from the 1930s including: “39 Steps” and “The Man Who Knew Too Much.” Plenty of drama and mystery. It skimped on the blood and sex from his later works.

MY teacher also played selections from the “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” TV series.

I fell in love with Hitchcock films during my freshman year at Cal. My dorm buddy wanted to get extra credit for watching “Vertigo.”

We did dinner at an oyster bar in the Castro and then picked up tickets at the Castro Theater. It was beautiful, classic venue for this movie. The city of San Francisco looks amazing in this film.

It looks like property owners are making big changes to one of the apartments highlighted in the film.

I can’t wait to see Sir Anthony Hopkins stepping into Hitchcock’s shoes for this new movie.

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